Spectacular Fall Firearms Auction
An Outstanding Success at $3.6 Million!

Auction: October 7th-9th, 2002

Preview: October 7, 2002

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

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SPENCER MODEL 1865 CARBINE. SN 10733. Cal. .50, 20″ round bbl. Made by Burnside Rifle Co. CONDITION: Smooth brown patina, sharp markings. The wood has been sanded. The traces of the cartouche remain behind the saddle ring bar. Action is fine. 4-46569 FS236 (1,000-2,000)

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PEABODY SIDE HAMMER CARBINE. NSN. Cal. .54, 20″ round bbl. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall. The stock has been hacked and battered. Action is functional. 4-46549 FS261 (200-400)

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WHITNEY ROLLING BLOCK SPORTING RIFLE. SN 80743. Cal. .32 C.F.W., 28″ oct. bbl. Missing the sights. CONDITION: Gray-blue patina overall with faint traces of blue in protected places. The butt has been broken and crudely repaired using screws and wood filler. Both pieces were then lightly sanded and re-varnished. Action is tight. 4-46552 FS260 (300-500)

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HARPER’S FERRY MODEL 1842 “MISSISSIPPI” RIFLE. NSN. Cal. .54, 33″ round bbl. The lockplate is dated 1845, the date on the bbl tang is not readable. The patchbox contains the spare nipple and four lead balls. The canvas sling is for a later gun. Ramrod is missing. CONDITION: Gray patina with light pitting. The brass has numerous small dents but has been cleaned. Wood has been lightly sanded and refinished but light dents and scratches still remain. Action is good. 4-46570 FS248 (800-1,500)

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PROVIDENCE TOOL CO. MODEL 1863 MUSKET. NSN. Cal. .58, 40″ part oct. bbl. The front side is missing, the rear side and ramrod are replacements. Dated 1864 at the rear of the lockplate. The “ESA” cartouche on the left side of the stock is good. CONDITION: Light surface rust and scattered pitting on all metal parts. The stock has been repaired, sanded and refinished but many dents and scratches remain. Lock is good. 4-46547 FS247 (800-1,200)

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ALTERED SPRINGFIELD 2ND ALLIN TRAPDOOR RIFLE. NSN. Cal. .50, 35-5/8″ bbl has “ESA”, “WPJ” and “HJH” inspector cartouches on the left side of the stock. CONDITION: This would be an excellent gun if it were not for the shortened bbl and ramrod as there is very little rust on the bright bbl, blackened breech block or case hardened hammer. The stock is sharp with minor dents. 4-46545 FS245 (750-1,200)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1873 RIFLE. SN 248004. Cal. .45-70, 32-5/8″ round bbl. The “SWP” inspector cartouche is dated 1888 but this still has the ski-jump rear sight. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall with hints of blue showing through. The stock has some severe dents around the trigger guard and heavy scratching on the left side. Action is good. 4-46663 FS244 (500-800)

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SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1879 TRAPDOOR RIFLE. SN 231418. Cal. .45-70, 32-5/8″ bbl. The “SWP” cartouche is dated 1883. CONDITION: Fine, plus condition with bright case hardening colors on the breech block and tang. 90% blue on balance of metal parts. The stock inspection mark is crisp, there are some heavy scratches near the butt on the left side. Action is crisp. 4-46709 FS246 (1,000-1,500)

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UNMARKED PERCUSSION SCHUETZEN RIFLE. NSN. Cal. .45, 31″ oct. bbl. The false muzzle is of the slip-over type and is cut for a cross patch. The sights and hammer have been replaced. Bullet starter and palm rest are missing. CONDITION: Completely refinished, the metal over light to moderate pitting. Stock has been broken through the wrist, repaired and heavily re-varnished. 4-46585 FS249 (500-800)

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SWISS FEDERAL RIFLE MARKED “C.S.A”. NSN. Cal. .44, 33″ part oct. bbl. Except for the heavily stamped “C.S.A” marking on the lock and a clipping from an old Bannerman catalog concerning an unidentified Confederate rifle there is nothing to tie this to the Confederacy. The tang sight and the bayonet are missing. CONDITION: Smooth brown patina except for lockplate, which shows signs of cleaning. The stock shows normal usage with varnish over dents and scratches to cover the clipping on the butt. The lock works fine, the set trigger is not working. 4-46560 FS250 (1,000-2,000)

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BSA MARTINI SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. SN 255. Cal. .577/450, 33″ round bbl. Standard military proofs overall. CONDITION: Retains most of an old reblue over pitting. Stock has repaired breaks on the forearm and at the buttplate. The ramrod is a replacement, the action is good. 4-46927 FS251 (200-400)

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RUCHNER MILITARY SCHUETZEN RIFLE WITH BAYONET. NSN. Cal. .44, 33″ part oct. bbl. Marked “H. Ruchner a Aarau.” on the lock, “STAHL” on top of the bbl in front of the rear sight. Heavy 2-prong butt plate, dbl. set triggers, palm rest, sling swivels, target sights and bayonet identify this as a military target rifle. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina on bbl with moderate pitting at the breach. The lock and hammer have been cleaned to white, the butt plate, trigger guard and palm rest are smooth brown patina. The rear swivel is missing. The 20-1/2″ triangular bayonet has the number “2” on the side, an unidentified proof mark on the flat and traces of blue under a gray, lightly pitted surface. Part of the adjustment mechanism for the tang peep sight is broken off and missing. Stock has been re-varnished and retains most of that finish. Action is good. 4-46559 FS262 (2,500-3,500)

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VERY HEAVY J.F. BROWN BENCH REST TARGET RIFLE. NSN. Cal. .64, 32″ oct. bbl, 2-5/16″ across the flats at the muzzle. The Remington bbl is marked “CAST STEEL” at the rear twice and “J.F. BROWN.” on the upper left flat. Brown’s name is also on the lockplate. The deluxe walnut stock is very finely checkered at the wrist. Complete with micrometer adjust telescope, false muzzle and bullet starter. Weighs 46-1/4 pounds. CONDITION: Retains about 90% of a thinning, original brown finish on the bbl and very faded case hardening colors at the breech. Stock is fine with minor marks. The telescope has about 1/3 of its brown finish remaining but the optics are obscured. Bore is bright. The seating rod mounting rim has partially worn through. Mechanically fine. 4-46813 FS243 (5,000-10,000)

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EUROPEAN MINIATURE CHILD’S MILITARY PERCUSSION MUSKET. Cal. about 11mm. Tiny scale model percussion musket with 21″ round bbl, brass furniture, front action lock, 3-bbl bands with tapered head iron ramrod, 1-pc walnut stock with brass buttplate and cheek cut-out in the comb. All together unmarked but complete with sling swivels and an exceedingly scarce and original socket bayonet. CONDITION: Bbl and bayonet have moderate pitting overall. Lock and hammer are smooth iron. Brass is cleaned bright, wood is sound with a fine old patina. Mechanics are excellent. 4-46836 JR106 (800-1,200)

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OUTSTANDING MIQUELET RIFLE. NSN. Cal. .60. 30″ damascus bbl. Heavily decorated with gold overlay on bbl and lock. Stock has gold, silver, ivory, mother of pearl and green inlay. There is a Farsi cartouche at the front of the gold overlay on the bbl. CONDITION: The metal is fine with sharp damascus pattern and gold overlay. Stock is broken in two at the wrist and is held by an internal dowel. There is very little loss of inlay and this would be an easy repair to make. 4-46553 FS276 (2,000-4,000)

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BELGIAN DOUBLE BARREL PERCUSSION PISTOL. NSN. 28ga. 9-3/8″ damascus bbls. CONDITION: Excellent with slight rubbing on the damascus pattern and some scratching on the trigger guard. Ramrod has been replaced. 4-46410 FS7 (200-400)

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EUROPEAN FLINTLOCK “PIRATES PISTOL”. NSN. Cal. .72. 9″ round bbl, crown over “ON” on lock in front of hammer. The forearm has been repaired and the attachment to the bbl has not been completed. CONDITION: Moderate pitting overall on iron surfaces. Stock has cracked at the rear lockplate screw, the bbl key and in front of the lock. 4-46411 FS5 (200-300)

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EUROPEAN FLINTLOCK “PIRATES PISTOL”. NSN. Cal. .72. 9″ round bbl, crown over “DN” on lock in front of hammer. CONDITION: Moderate pitting overall on iron surfaces. Stock has cracked at the front of the stock and has replaced escutcheons and lock screw. 4-46412 FS6 (200-300)

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PERCUSSION BLUNDERBUSS. 8-1/2″ part oct. bbl. No markings. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina with moderate to heavy pitting. The buttplate is broken and bent, ramrod is missing. Mechanically ok. 4-46830 FS169 (200-300)

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ALLEN & THURBER SIX SHOT PEPPER BOX. SN 566. Cal. .31, 4″ fluted bbls. Marked “ALLEN & THURBER WORCESTER” in one flute of the bbl and patent marking on the left side of the hammer. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall with light surface rust and light to moderate pitting. Grips have dents and scratches but some varnish remains. 4-46403 FS199 (250-500)

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UNION ARMS COMPANY PEPPERBOX. SN 70. Cal. .31. 4″ fluted bbls. Marked on top of the hammer. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall with moderate to heavy pitting. Action is missing parts. 4-46408 FS8 (200-300)

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REPLICA “KENTUCKIAN” PERCUSSION PISTOL. SN 6412. Cal. .44, 9-3/4″ oct. bbl. CONDITION: Unused with light hammer marks. 4-46848 FS212 (100-200)

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*LOT OF 5 MISCELLANEOUS FIREARMS AND AIR RIFLES. 1) H&R Model 348 Gamester, 12ga. SN 2377. 28″ bolt action shotgun – Good. 2) Stevens Model 94C, 12ga. NSN. 30″ single bbl shotgun – Very good. 3) H&R Topper Model 48. 12ga. SN 11431. 30″ single bbl shotgun. Repaired forearm – Good. 4) Benjamin Model 300 front pump air rifle. NSN. No finish – Good. 5) Fairbanks brass frame percussion single bbl shotgun. Cal. about 54. Integral brass skeleton frame stock. Top of bbl marked with makers’ name and Baltimore. Missing the rammer, patina overall – Good. 4-46816; 46807; 46785 JR105 (300-500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 94 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 25-35. Standard grade carbine with 20″ round bbl, full magazine, German silver front sight with 3-leaf Express rear sight, stud and ring on the left side of receiver. Wood has after market checkering with straight stock and smooth steel carbine buttplate. SN 419627. CONDITION: Excellent, as noted. Wood is sound retaining most of its custom finish. Metal retains 95-97% strong bright original finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46918 JR88 (1,000-2,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 SPECIAL ORDER SHORT RIFLE. Cal. 32WS. Unusual short rifle with 20″ oct. to round bbl, full magazine, takedown, 8-3/8″ forearm, uncheckered wood, straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. Bbl has a modified half-nickel front sight, smokeless 32WS rear sight and Lyman tang sight. SN 203017. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Metal retains about 95% original bright blue overall, thin on bottom. Lever and hammer retain 60-70% bright case colors, stronger on the hammer and sides of the lever. Buttplate with traces of case colors. Wood is sound with a lightly sanded amateur refinish. Minor dings on the takedown ring. Strong bright frosty bore. 4-46741 JR89 (1,500-2,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 64 DELUXE RIFLE. Cal. 32WS. Early rifle with 24″ tapered round bbl, ramp front sight with hood, semi-buckhorn rear sight, 2/3 magazine, checkered wood with narrow forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate. SN 1116316. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl and magazine tube retain 93-95% original blue, receiver 80-85% flaking blue with two extra holes in the left side. Wood is excellent, retaining most of its original finish with light diamond point wear. Bright shiny bore. 4-46542 JR92 (800-1,500)

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*WINCHESTER SPECIAL ORDER MODEL 94 TAKEDOWN RIFLE. Cal. 30WCF. Standard grade rifle with 26″ rapid taper oct. bbl, half magazine, tall half-nickel front sight with 3-leaf platinum line express sight, uncheckered wood with straight stock and hard rubber shotgun buttplate. SN 306621. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl and magazine tube retain 92-93% strong original blue with some light surface rust near the muzzle, receiver retains 75-80% original blue with some heavy pitting on the takedown ring. Wood is sound and retains about 95% original varnish with some minor bruising on the forearm. Bright shiny bore. 4-46609 JR83 (1,250-1,650)

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EARLY WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 30WCF. Fine early receiver with replacement 26″ round bbl, full magazine. Bbl has high ivory bead hunting front sight with 3-leaf platinum line express sight and Lyman tang sight. Bbl is double proofed over the chamber area. SN 2542. CONDITION: As noted, excellent. Bbl retains 97-99% strong original blue, magazine tube 92-93% thinning original blue. Receiver retains 92-93% thin original blue. Lever and hammer retain 75-80% thinning case colors and the buttplate, traces of original case colors. Bright shiny bore. A fine restorable early 94. 4-46681 JR86 (1,500-2,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 TAKEDOWN 2-BARREL SET. Cal. 30WCF and 25-35. Scarce 2-bbl set with 26″ oct. bbl, full magazine (30-30) and 26″ round bbl, full magazine (25-35), uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. Oct. bbl has half-nickel front sight with 3-leaf platinum line express sight. The round bbl has standard open sights, the rear has been slightly modified and the bbl is mounted with target scope blocks. SN 238560. CONDITION: The oct. bbl retains 85-90% thinning original blue, round bbl retains 50-60% thinning blue with the balance turned silver. Receiver retains about 50% thin original blue. Wood is sound with an old refinish. Oct. bbl has strong dark bore. Round bbl is bright and shiny. 4-46529 JR82 (1,500-2,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 32-40. Standard grade rifle with 26″ round bbl, full magazine, standard open sights with Marbles tang sight, uncheckered wood, straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. SN 572185. CONDITION: About very good. Bbl and magazine tube retain 93-95% original blue with some light surface rust. Receiver has been cleaned and artificially aged. Wood is sound with traces of original finish and a repaired toe. Strong bright frosty bore. 4-46530 JR90 (400-700)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 DELUXE TAKEDOWN SPECIAL ORDER RIFLE. Cal. 25-35. Scarce special order rifle with 26″ oct. to round bbl with Maxim silencer thread at the muzzle with knurled thread protector, standard open sights and Lyman tang sight. Wood is about 3X with “H” style checkering, straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. SN 137528. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains about 80% thin original blue overall. Wood is sound with dark oil stained forearm and worn checkering. The stock has been cleaned with no finish added. Bright shiny bore. 4-46528 JR85 (2,500-3,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 64 DELUXE LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 30WCF. Deluxe rifle with 24″ tapered round bbl, ramp front sight with hood and semi-buckhorn rear sight, 2/3 magazine with usual checkered wood, pistol grip stock and checkered steel buttplate with deluxe swivels. SN 1411084. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains 96-98% original finish overall with minor handling and use marks and a couple bruises on the stock and a small scrape on the right side of the receiver. Bright shiny bore. 4-46594 JR103 (1,250-1,750)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 64 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 30WCF. Standard grade rifle with 24″ tapered round bbl, ramp front sight with hood and semi-buckhorn rear sight, 2/3 magazine, uncheckered wood with beavertail forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate. SN 1695096. CONDITION: Excellent, plus, as new. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with one minor scratch on the buttstock. 4-46622 JR91 (800-1,200)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 64 CARBINE. Cal. 30WCF. Standard grade carbine with 20″ tapered round bbl, 3/4 magazine, ramp front sight with hood and semi-buckhorn rear sight, uncheckered wood with pistol grip stock and checkered steel buttplate with sling eyes. SN 1099351. CONDITION: Very good. Retains about 90% thinning blue overall, repaired slivers of wood at the top tang and refinished buttstock. Forearm retains about 80% original varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46621 JR87 (600-1,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 55 TAKEDOWN RIFLE. Cal. 30WCF. Standard grade rifle with 24″ tapered round bbl, pedestal front sight, open rear sight, half-magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock and serrated steel buttplate. There is a carbine band around the forearm and two large screws in the left side of receiver. SN 10375. CONDITION: As noted, about very good. Bbl and magazine tube retains about 95% strong original blue. Receiver has been cleaned bright, forearm is sound and retains 75-80% original varnish. There is a crack 3″ up the toe and another smaller one at the heel, appears to have been cut. There is a non-factory swivel in the toe. Bright shiny bore. 4-46533 JR84 (300-500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 TRAPPER CARBINE. Cal. 44WCF. Standard carbine with 15″ round bbl, full magazine, carbine front sight with carbine ladder rear sight. It has a short trapper forearm with straight stock and smooth carbine steel buttplate and a staple and saddle ring on left side of receiver. Accompanied by an ATF letter dated November 13th, 1981 specifically listing this carbine and exempting it from the purview of the National Firearms Act. SN 998461. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbl and magazine tube retain 96-97% strong bright original blue. Receiver retains 35-40% flaked blue with the balance a brownish patina. Wood is sound and retains most of its original factory finish. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-46852 JR96 (2,000-3,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 TRAPPER CARBINE. Cal. 44WCF. Standard grade trapper carbine with 15″ round bbl, full magazine, short trapper forearm with straight stock and smooth carbine buttplate with trap door, (appears to be from an El Tigre carbine). Bbl has standard carbine front sight with carbine ladder rear sight. Saddle ring is missing. SN 817881. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains being a medium gray patina. Forearm has been cleaned and no finish remains. Buttstock, possibly from an El Tigre, has a filled swivel hole. Strong bright bore. 4-46525 JR95 (1,500-2,500)

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*WINCHESTER SPECIAL ORDER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 32WCF. Standard grade special order rifle with 24″ oct. to round bbl, standard open sights, full magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. SN 839863. CONDITION: Near excellent. Bbl and magazine tube retain 93-95% original finish with the magazine tube and foreend cap turning plum with a spot or two of rust on the mag. tube. Receiver is mostly a plum patina. Wood is sound and retains most of a fine old restored finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46780 JR93 (800-1,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 32WCF. Standard grade rifle with 24″ oct. bbl, full magazine, half-nickel front sight and replacement rear sight, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. SN 176820. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains most of an old refinish with some scattered light pitting. Forearm has a repaired crack, otherwise the wood is sound and retains most of a revarnish. Strong bore with scattered pitting. 4-46527 JR94 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 53 TAKEDOWN RIFLE. Cal. 32WCF. Composite rifle with deluxe front end and standard rear end with 22″ tapered round bbl, pedestal front sight and open rear sight, half magazine with checkered forearm, uncheckered stock with straight grip and serrated steel buttplate. SN 10538. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to the bbl, magazine tube and wood. Receiver retains 95-96% original dark blue with minor flaking. Takedown ring is flaked to gray. Bright shiny bore. 4-46619 JR101 (800-1,200)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 53 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 25-20. Standard grade rifle with 22″ tapered round bbl, pedestal front sight, open rear sight that has had the top filed flat, button magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock and serrated steel buttplate. SN 5638. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl retains 92-93% original blue. Receiver is a mottled brown attempt at artificial aging. Wood is sound, missing a chip at receiver and retains most of an old refinish. Strong bright bore. 4-46526 JR100 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 53 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 25-20. Standard grade rifle, solid frame with 22″ tapered round bbl, open sights, button magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock and serrated steel buttplate. SN 980567. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl retains about 95% original blue. Receiver about 75% flaked blue with the flaked areas a brown patina. Wood is sound and retains 92-94% original varnish with light handling and use marks with a couple small bruises on the forearm. Bright shiny bore. 4-46620 JR102 (1,000-1,500)

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*WINCHESTER COMPOSITE LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 218 BEE. Built on a model 1892 frame with a model 43 bbl and model 65 stock and forearm with button magazine. Wood is coarsely amateur checkered. Bbl has ramp front sight with hood, slot blank in rear dovetail and a non-Winchester tang sight with an extra hole in the tang. SN 834114. CONDITION: As noted, very good. Bbl retains 95-97% original blue. Receiver about 90% re-blue. Wood is sound and retains about 85% original varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46532 JR98 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER COMPOSITE LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 218 BEE. Built on an 1892 receiver with model 65 bbl, forearm and magazine tube. Bbl has ramp front sight with hood and folding middle sight. Uncheckered wood with beavertail forearm, straight stock and crescent buttplate. Left side of receiver has four extra, large holes. SN 526914. CONDITION: About good. Bbl retains 95% strong original bright blue, receiver, as noted, retains most of a poor re-blue and the wood most of a refinish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46531 JR99 (400-700)

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*EL TIGRE SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 44WCF. Copy of a Winchester 1892 saddle ring carbine with 22″ round bbl, full magazine, dovetail front sight and long ladder rear sight. It is fitted with a heavy forearm band with sling swivels and a staple and ring on the left side of the receiver. Left side of receiver is also marked with the Tigre logo of the company. It has uncheckered wood, straight stock and a carbine buttplate with trap. SN 25750. CONDITION: About excellent. Retains 96-97% original finish overall with some slight spotting on the metal and use and handling marks on the wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-46608 JR97 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 ALTERED SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 44WCF. Standard carbine with nickeled bbl, receiver and buttplate with blued magazine tube, bbl bands, hammer and lever. Both sides of the receiver are engraved in script “THE RIFLEMAN”. The lever has been modified to an oversized loop reminiscent of the carbine used by Chuck Connors in the TV series “The Rifleman”. The loop has a further modification that each time it is closed it caused the hammer to drop and therefore there is no safety. SN 474578. CONDITION: Excellent, as refinished. Strong, bright, frosty bore. 4-46606 JR114 (500-1,000)

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MARLIN MODEL 1889 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 32WCF. Standard grade rifle with 24″ oct. bbl, full magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. SN 45302. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl retains 88-90% thinning original blue. Magazine tube is mostly a silver patina. Receiver retains 25-30% thin original blue. Wood is sound and retains 90-92% original varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46678 JR104 (500-1,000)

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*WINCHESTER CENTENNIAL 66 COMMEMORATIVE RIFLE. Cal 30-30. 100th Anniversary Commemorative rifle with 26″ oct. bbl, open sights, gold plated receiver, foreend cap and buttplate with a stud and ring in the left side of receiver. Highly figured stock and forearm. Consecutively numbered to the 66 Centennial Carbine in the next lot. SN 82428. CONDITION: Appears to be new, unfired. Retains virtually all its original factory finish. No box or papers. 4-46543 JR118 (300-500)

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*WINCHESTER CENTENNIAL 66 COMMEMORATIVE CARBINE. Cal. 30-30. Carbine model with 20″ oct. bbl, open sights, full magazine, gold plated receiver, foreend cap and buttplate. Wood is nicely figured American walnut. Consecutively numbered to the 66 Centennial rifle elsewhere in this auction. SN 82429. CONDITION: Excellent. Appears to be unfired. No original box or papers. 4-46544 JR119 (300-500)

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*WINCHESTER CENTENNIAL 66 COMMEMORATIVE RIFLE. Cal 30-30. 100th Anniversary Commemorative rifle with 26″ oct. bbl, open sights, gold plated receiver, foreend cap and buttplate with a stud and ring in the left side of receiver. Highly figured stock and forearm. Matching numbered to a 66 Centennial Carbine elsewhere in this auction. SN 24135. CONDITION: Appears to be new, unfired. Retains virtually all its original factory finish. No box or papers. Some minor crackling to the finish on the buttstock. 4-46792 JR117 (300-500)

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*WINCHESTER CENTENNIAL 66 COMMEMORATIVE CARBINE. Cal. 30-30. Carbine model with 20″ oct. bbl, open sights, full magazine, gold plated receiver, foreend cap and buttplate. Wood is nicely figured American walnut. SN 24135. CONDITION: Excellent. Appears to be unfired. No original box or papers. A small chip along the lower tang. Missing the saddle ring and stud. 4-46793 JR115 (300-500)

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*WINCHESTER CUSTOM ENGRAVED PRE-64 EASTERN CARBINE. Cal. 30-30. Beautiful late carbine with 20″ round bbl, ramp front sight with hood, semi-buckhorn rear sight, full magazine and highly figured stock and forearm. Receiver is engraved in typical Winchester patterns of a hunter shooting two elk on the left side and a standing grizzly on the right side surrounded with arabesque patterns. Receiver, bbl bands and trigger are gold plated. Wood is a modified style “B” carved with ribbons and fleur di lis. SN 1868103. CONDITION: Excellent. Appears to be unfired since custom finishing. 4-46812 JR120 (1,000-2,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 125TH ANNIVERSARY SHORT RIFLE. Cal. 30-30. Beautiful, highly decorative commemorative rifle with 20″ oct. bbl, carbine sights with two gold bands at the muzzle and lettering inlaid with gold on the bbl. Receiver, foreend cap, lever and buttplate are finished bright and beautifully engraved with leaf and vine patterns marked in gold on a riband on the left side “125th ANNIVERSARY 1866-1991” with a vignette of the Winchester rider in great detail in raised gold. Right side of receiver has “WINCHESTER” in gold on a riband. Stock and forearm are of dark burled highly figured walnut with extremely fine checkering and fine oil finish. Accompanied by a large German made Bowie knife with 9-3/4″ blade, 15-1/4 overall, etched with various Winchester markings commemorating the 125th Anniversary and marked on right side with the Winchester rider and “1 of 125” and the serial number “117”. Accompanied by its original brown leather sheath in a black wooden presentation box. Also accompanied by a 4-page German language pamphlet advertising this commemorative. Rifle SN 4815000. CONDITION: Excellent. Appears to be unfired retaining virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood and on the knife also. No box. 4-46794 JR116 (800-1,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 DELUXE ENGRAVED SKEET GUN. Cal. 28ga. Spectacular skeet gun with 26″ solid rib bbl. The receiver is engraved in 12-5 pattern with seven gold inlays with the initials “NK” on the left side for the engraver Nick Kusmit. The engraving extends over the takedown ring up onto the bbl. The wood is modestly grained, deluxe diamond checkered with large forearm and pistol grip stock, with hard rubber buttplate. SN 1357657 CONDITION: As new, appears to be unfired. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. A truly spectacular Model 12. 4-46877 JR156 (5,000-10,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 28ga. Deluxe field skeet model with 26″ solid rib bbl choked SKEET, diamond checkered large forearm, checkered pistol grip stock with hard rubber buttplate. The receiver has extra polish finish on the sides. SN 1613711. CONDITION: As new, appears to be unfired retaining virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with only minor mars to the varnish and a couple of small scratches on the receiver. 4-46879 JR222 (1,500-2,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 SKEET GUN. Cal. 28ga. Deluxe skeet gun with 26″ factory vent ribbed bbl, choked SKEET with Deluxe highly figured diamond checkered forearm and pistol grip stock with hard rubber buttplate. SN 1676681. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbl and mag tube retain 96-97% bright original blue, the receiver 94-96% original blue, thinning on the top and bottom. Wood is excellent and retains most of its original factory finish. The safety has been converted to a large head type. Bright shiny bore. 4-46923 JR155 (2,500-3,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 DELUXE SKEET SHOTGUN. Cal. 20ga. Beautiful skeet gun with 26″ factory duckbill vent rib bbl, choked WS-1 with diamond checkered large forearm, checkered pistol grip stock with hard rubber buttplate. SN 1923448. CONDITION: Excellent to as new retaining virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with one or two minor nicks at the takedown edge of the receiver. 4-46668 JR157 (1,250-1,750)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 20ga. Deluxe skeet with 26″ bbl choked WS-1, factory duckbill ventilated rib. Very highly figured diamond checkered forearm and checkered buttstock with hard rubber buttplate. SN 1968187. CONDITION: As new, appears to be unfired. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with only very minor handling and storage marks. 4-46887 JR223 (1,500-2,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 SKEET PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 20ga. Deluxe skeet gun with 26″ vent rib bbl, choked WS-1. It has large diamond checkered forearm and nicely figured checkered pistol grip stock. 14-1/8″ over a hard rubber buttplate. The rib is not marked but appears to be by Simmons. SN 1770073. CONDITION: Excellent. The front end retains most of the finish applied when the rib was installed. Receiver retains about all of its factory finish. Wood is excellent and retains most of its original varnish with handling and storage marks. Bright shiny bore. 4-46884 JR150 (1,000-1,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 DELUXE FIELD PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Fine deluxe shotgun with 30″ full choke bbl, factory duckbill ventilated rib, highly figured diamond checkered large forearm and pistol grip stock with Winchester red waffle pad. SN 1968821. CONDITION: Excellent, as new, appears unfired. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with only very minor storage and handling marks. The forearm has five or six small mars in the finish. 4-46859 JR212 (1,000-1,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 DELUXE TRAP GUN. Cal. 12ga. Fine deluxe shotgun with 30″ factory duckbill vent rib, full choke, diamond checkered large forearm, highly figured checkered Monte Carlo buttstock, 14-1/2″ over a red Winchester waffle pad. SN 1967325. CONDITION: As new. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. Appears unfired. 4-46874 JR161 (1,000-1,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 DELUXE FIELD. Cal. 12ga. Fine deluxe shotgun with 30″ full choke bbl, factory duckbill rib, triple diamond checkered large forearm, highly figured checkered buttstock with Winchester red waffle pad. SN 1963260. CONDITION: Excellent, as new. Probably unfired retaining virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with only very, very minor handling and storage marks. 4-46727 JR214 (1,000-1,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 SKEET PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Deluxe skeet gun with 26″ duckbill ventilated rib bbl, choked WS-1. It has large diamond checkered forearm and highly figured checkered pistol grip stock, 14″ over a hard rubber buttplate. SN 1928665. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-46669 JR149 (1,000-1,500)

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*DELUXE WINCHESTER MODEL 1901 LEVER ACTION SHOTGUN. Cal. 10ga. Spectacular deluxe shotgun, possibly the finest extant, 32″ plain bbl, full choke. Wood is highly figured walnut with checkered forearm panels and checkered semi-pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate. SN 75805. CONDITION: Excellent, possibly unfired. Retains 96-98% strong bright original blue overall with only light muzzle and sharp wear. Wood is sound and retains most of its original oil finish with light handling and storage marks. 4-46919 JR6 (7,500-12,500)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1887 LEVER ACTION SHOTGUN. Cal. 10 ga. Standard grade shotgun with 32″ plain bbl. Case colored receiver, uncheckered wood with semi-pistol grip stock and checkered steel buttplate. SN 32076. CONDITION: Near excellent. Bbl and magazine tube retain 85-90% thinning blue-plum-brown. Receiver retains 92-94% strong bright case colors with some original shellac on the left side. Wood is sound and retains about 95% bright original varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46766 JR3 (2,500-4,000)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1887 LEVER ACTION SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Standard grade shotgun with 30″ plain bbl. Uncheckered wood, semi-pistol grip stock and checkered steel buttplate. Receiver is case colored and wood is moderately figured. SN 4467. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbl and magazine tube retain 92-93% strong original blue. Receiver about 90% case colors, brilliant on the left side, slightly darker on the right. Top tang and lever are mostly gray with traces of brilliant case colors in sheltered areas. Wood is sound and retains about 95% strong bright original varnish with a gouge on the left side of the forearm. Good bore with moderate pitting. 4-46796 JR1 (2,500-4,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1901 LEVER ACTION SHOTGUN. Cal. 10ga. Standard grade shotgun with 32″ plain bbl, uncheckered wood, semi-pistol grip stock with 13-3/4″ over a Hawkins pad. SN 75567. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains 94-96% strong bright original blue overall, shows little or no use. Wood is sound and retains most of its original varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46653 JR5 (1,500-2,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1901 LEVER ACTION SHOTGUN. Cal. 10ga. Standard grade shotgun with 32″ plain bbl, uncheckered wood, semi-pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate. SN 68922. CONDITION: Very good, plus. Retaining about 85% dull blue on the bbl and magazine tube, thinning and brown over the chamber area. The receiver and lever retain 90% plus strong original blue. Wood is sound with the forearm a smooth hand-rubbed patina with several dings and bruises on the right side. The stock retains about 50% original varnish. Good bore with some shine and moderate pitting. 4-46921 JR4 (500-1,000)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1887 LEVER ACTION SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Standard grade shotgun, 30″ plain bbl and case hardened receiver with uncheckered wood and smooth steel buttplate. SN 1755. CONDITION: About very good. The bbl and magazine tube have been cleaned with coarse steel wool or sandpaper leaving 15-20% thin original blue. Receiver has mottled silvered case colors and patina with some spots of light pitting. Wood is sound and also has been lightly cleaned with traces of original finish. Dark pitted bore and the buttplate has been stippled. 4-46922 JR2 (700-1,200)

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COLT MODEL 1862 POLICE REVOLVER. SN 813, matching except wedge, which has no number. Cal. .36, 6-1/2″ round bbl. The ivory grips on the gun are placements. The original matching wood grips accompany gun. CONDITION: Traces of blue and case hardening color mostly gray-brown patina. Backstrap has considerable silver plating, trigger guard has strong traces. Original grips are worn on the high spots and retain about 30% of the original varnish. Ivory grips fit very well and have light natural cracks at the base but are still solid. 4-46359 FS92 (1,250-2,250)

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COLT MODEL 1862 POLICE REVOLVER WITH IVORY GRIPS. SN 19232, except cylinder SN 3773. The ivory grips on the gun are modern, the original walnut grips accompany the lot. CONDITION: 75% case hardening colors on frame and hammer, bright in protected places. Traces of blue on balance, mostly in the flutes of the cylinder. Backstrap and trigger guard have about 30% silver. Loading lever is mostly turned dark with some colors on the flat side. Original grips are fine with 95% original varnish and light dents. Ivory grips and action are fine. 4-46358 FS16 (1,500-2,500)

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COLT MODEL 1862 POLICE REVOLVER. SN 17740, matching except for wedge which has been renumbered. Cal. .36, 5-1/2″ round bbl. CONDITION: 50% slightly fading case hardening colors on frame, hammer and loading lever. Traces of blue on bbl and cylinder, mostly in the flutes, scant traces of silver on backstrap and trigger guard. All iron surfaces with surface rust and dried oil. Grips retain most of the varnish with wear along the bottom and small dents elsewhere. Mechanically fine with good pins on the rear of the cylinder. 4-46455 FS82 (1,000-2,000)

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COLT MODEL 1862 POLICE REVOLVER. SN 8175, matching including wedge. Cal. .36, 4-1/2″ round bbl. CONDITION: Traces of blue and case hardening, mostly smooth gray patina. Traces of silver on backstrap and trigger guard. 1-line New York address on top of bbl. Grips have small cracks at the top and are worn flat on the high spots but retain about 85% of the varnish. Wedge screw is a replacement. Action is tight. 4-46393 FS97 (800-1,200)

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COLT MODEL 1848 POCKET REVOLVER. SN 13921, matching except for wedge and grips which have no numbers. Cal. .31, 6″ oct. bbl. 2-line New York City address. Some screws are also replaced. The serial number is rather high for a square-back trigger guard and this one has possibly been reworked. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina with light pitting overall. The carved ivory and original walnut grips both fit well but have no numbers. The name “J Fitzwater.” is engraved on the bottom of the grip strap, which retains about 90% of its silver. Trigger guard has about 75% silver. 4-46324 FS94 (1,500-2,000)

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MANHATTAN NAVY REVOLVER. SN 8062, all matching. Cal. .36, 6-7/16″ oct. bbl. One of the frame pins is missing. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina overall with dents, light surface rust and pitting. Grips retain about 90% of the varnish but are worn on the bottom and have numerous dents. Mechanically needs work. 4-46405 FS201 (400-600)

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COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. SN 332285, all matching except cylinder, lever and wedge, which have no numbers. Cal. .31, 4″ oct. bbl. Some screws are replaced. CONDITION: Hints of case hardening on loading lever, otherwise gray-brown patina with signs of filing and cleaning. Grips retain about 60% of the varnish. 4-46392 FS114 (400-700)

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COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. SN 149860, matching except wedge, which has no serial number. Cal. .31, 4″ oct. bbl. The wedge, screw and other screws have been replaced. CONDITION: Gray patina with signs of cleaning overall. Grips are worn at the bottom and have been lightly sanded with some repair to the base. Mechanically good. 4-46394 FS115 (300-500)

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COLT POCKET NAVY REVOLVER. SN 12144, matching except loading lever which has no number. Cal. 36. 4-1/2″ oct. bbl. Completely refinished. CONDITION: Retains almost all of the refinished blue. Grips are good on the left side, mostly worn with dents and scratches on the right side. 4-46480 FS135 (250-500)

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REMINGTON BEALS ARMY REVOLVER. SN 1370. Cal. .44, 8″ oct. bbl. “JJ” inspector marks on left side of bbl and frame. “CGC” inspector cartouche on both grips. Sharp 2-line marking on top of bbl. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina with slight signs of cleaning on the bbl. Scattered light surface rust and pitting. Grips are missing minor chips on top and bottom but are generally fine. Mechanically tight. 4-46404 FS172 (2,500-3,500)

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REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY REVOLVER. SN 55421. Cal. .44, 8″ oct. bbl. CONDITION: Metal surfaces have been cleaned and chemically treated. Grips have no finish and they are worn and chipped around the bottom. Action needs slight adjustment. 4-46396 FS187 (400-500)

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STARR SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. SN 23464, all matching. Cal. .44, 8″ round bbl. Standard markings on both sides of the frame. CONDITION: 50% original blue mixed with cold blue and widely scattered spots of surface rust. Grips are fine with visible but not readable inspectors marks on both sides. Action is fine. 4-46407 FS202 (1,000-2,000)

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WHITNEY POCKET REVOLVER. SN 21825. Cal. .31, 6″ oct. bbl. Metal completely refinished. CONDITION: The metal surfaces have been cleaned and chemically toned except the hammer, which has been heat colored. Grips have 85% original varnish with light wear around the bottom. Action is good. 4-46406 FS188 (300-400)

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FINE LEFAUCHEUX MILITARY PINFIRE REVOLVER. SN 28693. Cal. .12 mm, 6-1/4″ part oct. bbl. Has both the oval patent mark and the “LF” logo stamped on the frame under the cylinder. CONDITION: 50% blue on bbl and cylinder, bright at the rear of the bbl. Faded case hardening colors on the hammer. Crackled varnish on the grips. Mechanically tight. 4-46409 FS174 (500-800)

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COLT LARGE FRAME LIGHTNING RIFLE. Cal. 40-60-260. Standard rifle with 28″ oct. bbl, full magazine, silver blade Rocky Mountain front sight and semi-buckhorn rear sight. Checkered forearm with uncheckered straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. SN 1926. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Bbl retains 94-96% strong original blue with one or two minor dings on an edge. Magazine tube retains 93-95% dull original blue with a dent near the muzzle end. Receiver retains about 90% bright original blue thin on the top and bottom. Wood is sound and retains about 90% original finish on the forearm and what appears to be most of an old refinish on the buttstock. Bright shiny bore. 4-46694 JR128 (4,000-7,000)

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COLT LARGE FRAME LIGHTNING RIFLE. Cal. 38-56-255. Deluxe rifle with 28″ oct. bbl, full magazine, silver blade Rocky Mountain front sight and semi-buckhorn rear sight. Very nicely figured, checkered forearm and pistol grip buttstock with crescent steel buttplate. SN 6109. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl retains 85-90% original blue turning plum in areas. Magazine tube retains 80-85% thinning blue-brown. Receiver retains about 80% thin original blue. Wood is sound and retains 93-95% original varnish with only light diamond point wear on the checkering. Strong bore with lots of shine and scattered pitting. 4-46511 JR127 (4,000-7,000)

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COLT MEDIUM FRAME LIGHTNING BABY CARBINE. Cal. 38WCF. Standard baby carbine with 20″ round bbl, full magazine, checkered forearm, straight stock with carbine smooth steel buttplate. Bbl has square base front sight and reverse mounted carbine ladder rear sight. It has a staple and saddle ring on left side of receiver. SN 42286. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Bbl and magazine tube retain about 90% original blue, dull on the bbl. Receiver retains 92-94% thinning bright blue. Wood is sound and retains most of its original oil finish with usual nicks and scratches. Missing a small chip at the receiver. Bright shiny bore. 4-46509 JR125 (3,000-5,000)

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COLT MEDIUM FRAME LIGHTNING RIFLE. Cal. 38WCF. Standard rifle with 26″ round bbl, full magazine, silver blade Rocky Mountain front sight and semi-buckhorn rear sight. Checkered forearm, uncheckered stock with straight grip and crescent steel buttplate. SN 30259. CONDITION: About very good. Bbl and mag tube retains 80-85% thinning blue-brown with minor nicks and dings. Receiver retains 85-90% thin original blue with scattered light surface spotting. Forearm has a crack, otherwise the wood is sound and retains most of its original oil finish. Strong bright bore with scattered pitting. 4-46512 JR129 (2,000-3,000)

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COLT SMALL FRAME LIGHTNING RIFLE. Cal. 22. Standard rifle with 24″ round bbl, 2/3 magazine, checkered forearm, straight stock and black hard rubber shotgun buttplate. Bbl has fixed sights. SN 12122. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbl and magazine tube retains about 90% dull original blue with a ding and cold blued spot on the top. Receiver retains 93-95% bright shiny blue, thinning on the bottom and top. Wood is sound and retains about 95% bright original varnish with the stock missing a small chip at the receiver. Fine buttplate. Good bore, scattered pitting. 4-46676 JR126 (1,250-1,750)

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COLT SMALL FRAME LIGHTNING RIFLE. Cal. 22. Standard grade rifle with 24″ tapered oct. bbl, fixed sights, smooth forearm with incised carved borders, straight stock with hard rubber buttplate. SN 42405. CONDITION: About very good. Bbl and magazine tube retain 93-95% strong original blue with the mag tube turning plum. Receiver retains 93-95% thinning blue. Forearm has a repaired crack and shows moderate wear. Buttstock has a replaced section on the toe and is missing the toe of the buttplate. Stock has been refinished. Strong bore, dark in the grooves. 4-46510 JR124 (800-1,200)

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COLT BURGESS LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 44-40. Standard grade rifle with 25-1/2″ oct. bbl, Rocky Mountain silver blade front sight and semi-buckhorn rear sight. Uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate with trap. SN 4492. CONDITION: Very good, plus. Bbl and magazine tube retains 94-96% strong original blue with good crisp markings. Receiver retains 50-60% flaked blue with the balance a brown patina. Wood is sound, missing a couple of small chips at the tang and retains about 90% original finish. Strong bright bore with scattered pitting. 4-46664 JR122 (3,500-5,000)

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COLT BURGESS LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 44-40. Standard grade rifle with 25-1/2″ round bbl, usual open sights, full magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate with trap. SN 2265. CONDITION: Good, plus. Metal retains a blue-brown patina with light surface rust and some pitting on the receiver. Forearm is sound and retains 70-75% original varnish. The buttstock has a hairline at the wrist and is missing a small chip and retains 85-90% original varnish. Strong bright bore with moderate pitting. 4-46660 JR121 (2,000-3,000)

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COLT BURGESS SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 44-40. Standard carbine with 20″ round bbl, full magazine, homemade front sight, reverse ladder carbine sight with staple and ring in left side of receiver, uncheckered wood with straight stock and carbine butt with trap. SN 4840. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains being a medium gray patina overall. Forearm with usual cracks over the loading gate area is dark and oil stained. Buttstock, possibly an old replacement, has a repaired wrist and is dark and oil stained. Strong dark bore. 4-46665 JR123 (2,000-3,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 71 DELUXE RIFLE. Cal. 348. Long tang version with 24″ tapered round bbl, ramp front sight with hood, slot blank in the rear dovetail and bolt peep sight, missing the aperture. The wood is modestly figured with checkered beavertail forearm and pistol grip stock, checkered steel buttplate and Deluxe sling swivels and original style sling. SN 10377. CONDITION: Very good, plus. Bbl and magazine tube retain 95-97% strong original blue, the receiver retains about 90% flaked original blue. Wood retains about 95% original varnish and the stock has a crack at the toe through the bottom buttplate screw hole. Bright shiny bore. 4-46541 JR145 (1,000-1,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 71 DELUXE CARBINE. Cal. 348. Long tang version with 20″ tapered round bbl, ramp front sight, slot blank in the rear dovetail, with bolt peep sight. The wood is nicely figured, with checkered beavertail forearm and the stock with checkered pistol grip and checkered steel buttplate with Deluxe sling swivels and sling. SN 13342. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Metal retains 96-97% strong original blue, the wood is sound and retains 95-97% original varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46720 JR144 (2,000-3,000)

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*SPECTACULAR ENGRAVED GOLD INLAID WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 TWO-BARREL SET. Cal. 12ga. Deluxe model 97 with 28″ full choke bbl and 30″ full choke bbl. Both with small checkered round forearms. Buttstock has a capped pistol grip of very highly figured center crotch cut walnut 14-1/8″ over a Winchester solid red pad. Receiver has been engraved with spectacular panels of bird dogs on both sides and vignettes of woodcock and partridge surrounded by very fine arabesque patterns, attributed to John Ulrich. The edges of the receiver, takedown ring and chamber end of the bbl have gold wire inlay. The slide rod also has gold wire inlay with light patterns of engraving. The trigger bow is also engraved with an oval pattern of gold wire inlay. The bottom of the receiver, below the serial number, has the initials “FWS” or “WFS” intertwined. The magazine band is engraved and has a gold wire oval and the magazine cap is engraved with a gold wire oval. The muzzles have fine bands of engraving. The receiver is full matted top and the bbls are matted down the top their full-lengths, the trigger is nicely checkered with an over-travel stop. To accommodate the matting, the lettering ,caliber and proof marks were marked off to the left and the choke marking is marked to the right side of the matting. This wonderful shotgun is pictured in color on a full-page with a nice write-up in “WINCHESTER ENGRAVING BY R.L. WILSON”. SN 189008. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains most of an expertly accomplished restored finish as mentioned in the book. Probably by the factory, as it is not apparent. The chamber area of the 30″ bbl has several small spots of cleaned light pitting. Both bores are bright and shiny. 4-46651 JR200 (7,500-15,000)

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RARE AND SPECIAL DELUXE ENGRAVED BURGESS SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN 2 BARREL SET. Cal. 12ga. Very rare and beautiful shotgun, possibly the finest extant, with two 30″ damascus bbls numbered to the receiver, one choked IMP/MOD and the other choked CYL. Receiver has fine Nimschke-style arabesque patterns with floral centers. The forearms are checkered in “H” diamond patterns and the sliding wood grip is also checkered. Buttstock is beautifully figured 13-1/2″ over an original “BURGESS/GUN CO.” hard rubber buttplate that features a bird dog holding a dead woodcock. Top of the bolt is matted and nicely engraved with the company name and address. The tops of the bbls are roll marked with a variety of patent dates. SN 2259. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Bbls retain about 90% damascus pattern, thin over the chamber areas. Magazine tubes retain about 90% thinning original blue. Receiver has 75-80% thin bright original blue, mostly silver on the top and bottom. Wood is sound with the forearms having several nicks and dings but retains about 90% strong original finish. Bright shiny bores. 4-46670 JR 199 (5,000-10,000)

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*ONE OF A KIND PIGEON GRADE ENGRAVED CASED WINCHESTER MODEL 50 SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Wonderful one of a kind shotgun, factory made up sample with 30″ vent rib full choke bbl. The receiver is beautifully engraved in No. 5 style by Nick Kusmit with bird dogs and flushing partridge of the left side and four flying ducks on the right side surrounded by arabesque patterns which extend 1-1/2″ up the bbl. The engraving on the right side of the receiver is signed “NK”. The wood is highly figured, special select American Claro with No. 5 checkering and carving, Monte Carlo stock 14-3/8″ over a red leather faced pad with gold oval initial plate. Bottom of the receiver is also engraved and marked “PIGEON”. It is accompanied by a large manila tag that lists this shotgun as a Super Pigeon and indicates that it has a special 82% bbl and that it is not to retail for less than $797.95 or more than $802.95. It is also accompanied by a letter from B.W. Pardee, the Manager of the Custom Shop and Product Information Coordinator for Winchester Western, dated January 15th, 1974, identifying this shotgun and reporting that he had taken the information to Nick Kusmit, who had traced the work in his records and determined that it he completed it on June 29th, 1956 under Winchester order #6544. It is also accompanied by a custom Winchester brown leather covered green felt-lined, trunk case that reportedly came with this gun. The case also bears a small manila tag that bears pretty much the same information as reported above. SN 77588. CONDITION: As new, appears to be unfired retaining about all its original finish to both metal and wood. Case also appears to be new. 4-46821 JR291 (3,500-7,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 21 CUSTOM GRADE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Built for Marion D. Reavis, whose name appears on the rib, with 26″ vent rib bbls choked WS1/WS2 with full checkered beavertail forearm and checkered pistol grip Monte Carlo stock, 13-3/4″ over a Winchester red waffle pad. Receiver is flat sided with light engraving and gold inlays of a flying pheasant on the left side and bird dog on the right side. Stock is beautifully figured center crotch walnut with toe plate bearing initials “MDR”. It is fitted with ejectors and gold plated single selective trigger. Accompanied by a Cody Firearms Museum letter identifying this shotgun exactly, that it was inspected on 1-9-69. The only difference is the original length of pull was 14-1/4″. A shotgun very similar to the one described herein is pictured on page 95 of WINCHESTER SHOTGUNS AND SHOTSHELLS by Ronald W. Stadt with the exception that the gold animals are reversed. The accompanying article states that the custom grade was offered in 1982 for $9,500. SN 32925. CONDITION: Excellent to as new. Appears to retain virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood with minor storage and handling marks and one small spot on the forearm. 4-46743 JR186 (5,000-10,000)

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PARKER CUSTOM MODEL PH DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 8ga. Spectacular custom work with 38″ bbls built on a No. 6 frame, wonderfully engraved with coin finished receiver having deep relief arabesque patterns over the recoil shields, lever, receiver, top tang and trigger guard with patterns extending 3″ up the bbls. The bbls have a single wide gold band at the breech end and gold wire inlay around the side panels. The side panels have two deep relief gold ducks with the floorplate having a deep relief gold scene of an old duck hunter with decoys and dog. The trigger bow is gold inlaid with floral and arabesque patterns and the serial number on the bottom tang is gold. Wood is highly figured French walnut with checkered splinter forearm, straight stock, teardrop side panels with light carving, 14-1/2″ over a checkered butt. SN 156765. CONDITION: As new, appears unfired, retaining virtually all its custom finish to both metal and wood. Bright shiny cleaned bores. A rare shotgun with spectacular custom work. 4-46707 JR74 (5,000-10,000)

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*PARKER CUSTOM VHE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 410. Spectacular custom work with 26″ bbls built on a No. 000 frame, wonderfully engraved with coin finished receiver having deep relief arabesque patterns over the recoil shields, lever, receiver, top tang and trigger guard with patterns extending 3″ up the bbls. The bbls have a single wide gold band at the breech end and gold wire inlay around the side panels. The left side panel has a scene of three valley quail in deep relief gold with two woodcock on the right side. The floorplate has a deep relief scene in gold of two flying pigeons. The trigger bow is gold inlaid with floral and arabesque patterns and the serial number on the bottom tang is gold. Wood is highly figured French walnut with checkered splinter forearm, straight stock, teardrop side panels with light carving 14-3/8″ over a checkered butt. SN 217751. CONDITION: As new, appears unfired retaining virtually all its custom finish to both metal and wood. Bright shiny cleaned bores. A rare shotgun with spectacular custom work. 4-46700 JR81 (7,500-15,000)

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*PARKER CUSTOM VHE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 28ga. Spectacular custom work with 26″ bbls built on a No. 00 frame, wonderfully engraved with coin finished receiver having deep relief arabesque patterns over the recoil shields, lever, receiver, top tang and trigger guard with patterns extending 3″ up the bbls. The bbls have a single wide gold band at the breech end and gold wire inlay around the side panels. The left side panel has a scene of two flying ducks with two flying partridge on the right side. The floorplate has a deep relief scene of two flying ducks. The trigger bow is gold inlaid with floral and arabesque patterns and the serial number on the bottom tang is gold. Wood is highly figured French walnut with checkered splinter forearm, straight stock, teardrop side panels with light carving 14-1/2″ over a checkered butt. SN 184820. CONDITION: As new, appears unfired retaining virtually all its custom finish to both metal and wood. Bright shiny cleaned bores. A rare shotgun with spectacular custom work. 4-46701 JR80 (5,000-10,000)

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*PARKER CUSTOM VHE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 20ga. Spectacular custom work with 26″ bbls built on a No. 0 frame, wonderfully engraved with coin finished receiver having deep relief arabesque patterns over the recoil shields, lever, receiver, top tang and trigger guard with patterns extending 3″ up the bbls. The bbls have a single wide gold band at the breech end and gold wire inlay around the side panels. The left side panel has a scene of three flying quail with two partridge on the right side. The floorplate has a deep relief scene of two flying ducks. The trigger bow is gold inlaid with floral and arabesque patterns and the serial number on the bottom tang is gold. Wood is highly figured French walnut with checkered splinter forearm, straight stock, teardrop side panels with light carving 14-1/2″ over a checkered butt. SN 229472. CONDITION: As new, appears unfired retaining virtually all its custom finish to both metal and wood. Bright shiny cleaned bores. A rare shotgun with spectacular custom work. 4-46702 JR79 (5,000-10,000)

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*PARKER CUSTOM DHE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 10ga. Spectacular custom work with 34″ bbls built on a No. 3 frame, wonderfully engraved with coin finished receiver having deep relief arabesque patterns over the recoil shields, lever, receiver, top tang and trigger guard with patterns extending 3″ up the bbls. The bbls have a single wide gold band at the breech end and gold wire inlay around the side panels. The side panels have two deep relief gold ducks on each side with the floorplate having a deep relief gold scene of a retriever holding a dead duck. The trigger bow is gold inlaid with floral and arabesque patterns and the serial number on the bottom tang is gold. Wood is highly figured French walnut with checkered splinter forearm, straight stock, teardrop side panels with light carving 14-1/2″ over a checkered butt. SN 209739. CONDITION: As new, appears unfired retaining virtually all its custom finish to both metal and wood. Bright shiny cleaned bores. A rare shotgun with spectacular custom work. 4-46706 JR75 (5,000-10,000)

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*PARKER CUSTOM VHE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 16ga. Spectacular custom work with 28″ bbls built on a No. 1-1/2 frame, wonderfully engraved with coin finished receiver having deep relief arabesque patterns over the recoil shields, lever, receiver, top tang and trigger guard with patterns extending 3″ up the bbls. The bbls have a single wide gold band at the breech end and gold wire inlay around the side panels. The left side panel has a scene of a beagle chasing a rabbit with two ducks on the right side. The floorplate has a deep relief scene of two flying pheasants. The trigger bow is gold inlaid with floral and arabesque patterns and the serial number on the bottom tang is gold. Wood is highly figured French walnut with checkered splinter forearm, straight stock, teardrop side panels with light carving 14-1/2″ over a checkered butt. SN 236096. CONDITION: As new, appears unfired retaining virtually all its custom finish to both metal and wood. Bright shiny cleaned bores. A rare shotgun with spectacular custom work. 4-46703 JR78 (5,000-10,000)

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*PARKER CUSTOM VHE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. . Spectacular custom work with 28″ bbls built on a No. 1-1/2 frame, wonderfully engraved with coin finished receiver having deep relief arabesque patterns over the recoil shields, lever, receiver, top tang and trigger guard with patterns extending 3″ up the bbls. The bbls have a single wide gold band at the breech end and gold wire inlay around the side panels. The left side panel has a scene of a setter and two flushing quail with a pointer and flushing partridge on the right side. The floorplate has a deep relief spaniel holding a dead pheasant. The trigger bow is gold inlaid with floral and arabesque patterns and the serial number on the bottom tang is gold. Wood is highly figured French walnut with checkered splinter forearm, straight stock, teardrop side panels with light carving 14-1/2″ over a checkered butt. SN 179685. CONDITION: As new, appears unfired retaining virtually all its custom finish to both metal and wood. Bright shiny cleaned bores. A rare shotgun with spectacular custom work. 4-46705 JR77 (5,000-10,000)

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*PARKER CUSTOM VHE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. . Spectacular custom work with 30″ bbls built on a No. 2 frame, wonderfully engraved with coin finished receiver having deep relief arabesque patterns over the recoil shields, lever, receiver, top tang and trigger guard with patterns extending 3″ up the bbls. The bbls have a single wide gold band at the breech end and gold wire inlay around the side panels. The side panels have two deep relief gold ducks on each side with the floorplate having a deep relief gold scene of a wild turkey. The trigger bow is gold inlaid with floral and arabesque patterns and the serial number on the bottom tang is gold. Wood is highly figured French walnut with checkered splinter forearm, straight stock, teardrop side panels with light carving 14-1/2″ over a checkered butt. SN 147823. CONDITION: As new, appears unfired retaining virtually all its custom finish to both metal and wood. Bright shiny cleaned bores. A rare shotgun with spectacular custom work. 4-46704 JR76 (5,000-10,000)

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*SPECTACULAR CUSTOM ENGRAVED WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 38WCF. Engraved by W. Kolouch and signed on the upper tang. This rifle has a 28″ oct. bbl, full magazine tube, very nicely figured straight stock with crescent buttplate. The receiver is full coverage engraved with a vignette of four relief gold elk in a mountain scene on the left side, relief engraved moose and wolf on the right side and floral and wire patterns in the engraving on the bottom. Both side panels have gold wire borders and gold wire at the front edge of the receiver, back edge of receiver and around both tangs. The lever also has gold wire on the front edge. The bbl has wide and narrow gold bands at the receiver and muzzle with fine engraving patterns extending 2-3/4″ up the bbl from the receiver, on the rear sight, on the top flat surrounding the lettering, near the foreend cap, bbl bands and at the muzzle. The top flat, at the muzzle, has gold wire in the engraving pattern and the engraving extends around seven of the flats. The caliber is inlaid in gold. The magazine band is engraved, as is the foreend cap, which also has extensive gold wire inlay. The buttplate has full coverage engraving with the heel tang having a relief gold ram and extensive gold wire inlay. The gold toeplate bears the initials “RE” The lever, hammer, both tangs and bolt are also full coverage engraved. The wood is beautifully checkered with 24-line patterns and has light arabesque pattern carving at the receiver on both sides and below the lower tang and again, on each side of the heel. The forearm is carved with identical patterns completely around the receiver end with a diamond pattern of carving in the center on the bottom. The bbl and magazine tube are wonderfully blued. The balance of the metal, including the receiver, lever, hammer and buttplate, have great European-style case colors and the wood, a fine hand-rubbed finish. SN 457583. CONDITION: Spectacular, new, unfired since finishing after engraving. Bright shiny bore. One of the finest custom rifles this cataloger has ever had the privilege to examine. 4-46824 JR321 (4,000-8,000)

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*CUSTOM ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. Cal. 38WCF (38-40). Wonderful single action, spectacularly engraved by W. Kolouch and signed on bottom of butt, with about 90% coverage, fine floral and arabesque pattern engraving with punch-dot background. The bbl has a wide gold band inlaid at each end and four patterns of gold wire within the engraving. The cylinder has a wide gold band at the rear edge and gold wire outlining the flutes. The frame has gold wire borders on both sides and around the recoil shields. The backstrap and trigger guard have five separate patterns of gold wire inlay within the engraving and the initials “RE” in gold at the top of the backstrap. The left recoil shield has a fine relief gold engraved howling wolf and the loading gate has a fine gold grizzly bear. The frame in front of the cylinder also has gold wire inlay in the engraving patterns, plus a large gold leaf on each side. The bbl, cylinder and grip frame are Colt style blue and the frame and hammer of Colt style case colors. It has its original Colt hard rubber grips. SN 338999. CONDITION: As new. Retains virtually all its fine finish as accomplished after engraving. Appears unfired and unturned. 4-46843 JR320 (3,000-5,000)

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*BROWNING DIANA GRADE OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 410. Spectacular Janssens engraved shotgun with 26-3/8″ vent rib bbls choked FULL/IMP-MOD, coin finish receiver, trigger guard and foreend iron, beautifully engraved with pheasants on the left side, ducks on the right, partridge on the floorplate and rabbits on the trigger guard. Surrounded by full coverage engraving with arabesque patterns and scenery. Wood is highly figured with field-type forearm, square knob stock 14-1/4″ over a Browning buttplate. Single trigger and ejectors. SN 2975J9. CONDITION: Appears to be unfired retaining virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. Unfortunately the wood appears to be salt cured and traces of rust are showing around the receiver. Only minor handling and storage marks. 4-46693 JR194 (4,000-6,000)

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* BROWNING DIANA GRADE OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 28ga. Fine Campo engraved shotgun with 28″ vent rib bbls choked SKEET/SKEET, coin finish receiver, trigger guard and foreend iron, beautifully engraved with pheasants on the left side, ducks on the right, pigeons on the floorplate and rabbits on the trigger guard. Surrounded by full coverage engraving with arabesque patterns and scenery. Wood is highly figured with field-type forearm, short tang, round knob stock 14-1/4″ over a Browning buttplate. Single trigger and ejectors. SN 1531F7. CONDITION: Excellent. Possibly unfired, retaining virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. Unfortunately it appears that the wood is salt cured and there is minor traces of rust around the back edge of the receiver. 4-46692 JR193 (3,000-6,000)

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*BROWNING DIANA GRADE OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 20ga. Beautiful Funken engraved shotgun with 26-1/2″ vent rib bbls choked IMP-MOD/IMP-CYL, coin finish receiver, trigger guard and foreend iron, beautifully engraved with pheasants on the left side, ducks on the right, pigeons on the floorplate and rabbits on the trigger guard. Surrounded by full coverage engraving with arabesque patterns and scenery. Wood is highly figured with field-type forearm, long tang, round knob stock 13-1/2″ over a Pachmayr pad. Single trigger and ejectors. SN 8283. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbls retain 97-98% strong original blue. Receiver, most all of its original coin finish with some slight spotting on the trigger guard tang. Wood is sound and retains 96-98% original varnish. Bright shiny bores. 4-46568 JR195 (4,000-7,000)

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*BROWNING DIANA GRADE OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Fine engraved shotgun with 28″ vent rib bbls choked FULL/MOD, coin finish receiver, trigger guard and foreend iron, beautifully engraved with pheasants on the left side, ducks on the right, pigeons on the floorplate and rabbits on the trigger guard. Surrounded by full coverage engraving with arabesque patterns and scenery. Wood is highly figured with field-type forearm, long tang, round knob stock 14-3/8″ over an original Browning pad. Single trigger and ejectors. SN 52894S6. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Bbls retain about 98% original blue turning slightly dull over the chamber area. Receiver retains about all of its original coin finish. Wood is sound and retains 97-98% original varnish with some minor chips in the surface and slight raised finish around the back edge of the forearm and around the butt pad. All in all, a fine shotgun. 4-46691 JR196 (3,000-5,000)

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*BROWNING PIGEON GRADE SUPERPOSED SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Beautiful Funken engraved shotgun with 28″ vent rib bbls choked IMP-MOD/MOD. Rib has raybar front sight and ivory middle bead. Receiver, foreend iron and trigger guard are coin finished with receiver having fine arabesque and floral engraving with pigeons on both sides. Trigger is gold plated. Wood is highly figured with grasping groove forearm, long tang square knob stock 14-1/4″ over a Browning trap pad. SN 57412. CONDITION: Excellent, plus. Possibly unfired retaining virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with only very minor handling and storage marks. The coin finished parts retain most of their original shellac. 4-46753 JR198 (3,000-5,000)

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*BROWNING GRADE 1 SUPERPOSED SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Trap gun with 28″ vent rib bbls choked FULL/IMP-MOD with modified side ribs and long tapered custom forearm with fleur di lis checkering and a silver inlaid fleur di lis with initials. Stock has long tang with round knob 14″ over a white line pad. The comb has been modified with a leather pad and cheek piece inlaid. Single trigger and ejectors. SN 61877. CONDITION: Very good, except as noted. The metal retains about all of a professional restored finish. Forearm retains all of its custom finish and the stock most of an amateur refinish. Bright shiny bores. 4-46754 JR197 (500-1,000)

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*BERETTA DOUBLE BARREL HAMMER SHOTGUN. Cal. 16ga. Modern monoblock dbl. bbl with 27-3/4″ bbls choked FULL/FULL, tapered matted rib with single bead, dbl. lump with Greener crossbolt and third fastener. Bbls are made of Krupp steel and so marked, dbl. triggers and extractors. Receiver and lock plates are case colored with about 50% coverage arabesque pattern engraving. Recoil shields have side clips and scalloped fences. Wood is modestly figured walnut with checkered splinter forearm and straight stock 14″ over a black composition buttplate. SN 106231. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Bbls retain 97-98% bright original blue. Receiver and lock plates, 50-60% subtle case colors with the balance turned gray. Wood is sound and retains most of its original varnish with light use and handling nicks and bruises. Buttplate is missing a 1/2″ x 1/2″ chip at the heel. 4-46806 JR171 (800-1,200)

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*ITHACA 4E DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. NID model with 30″ bbls choked FULL/FULL, both ivory beads broken. Nicely engraved receiver with game scenes of duck, pheasant and woodcock with surrounding arabesque patterns, cocked indicators, dbl. triggers and ejectors. Wood is nicely figured American walnut with fine fleur di lis checkering, splinter forearm and pistol grip stock, 14-1/4″ over a crystallized red waffle pad. SN 428918. CONDITION: Very good. Bbls retain about 85% dull original blue. Receiver traces of case colors in sheltered areas with the balance turned silver. Wood is sound, shows moderate to heavy wear with a fine old hand-rubbed patina. 4-46579 JR179 (1,250-1,750)

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*ITHACA FLUES MODEL GRADE 4 DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Fine old shotgun with 30″ bbls choked IMP-MOD/IMP-CYL. Box lock receiver is lightly engraved with game scenes of bird dogs and a flying duck on the floorplate with woodcock on the trigger bow surrounded by arabesque patterns, dbl. triggers and extractors. Wood is nicely figured American walnut with beautifully carved splinter forearm and fleur di lis checkered pistol grip, 14-1/4″ over an old J.C. Higgins red waffle pad. SN 205000. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbls retain 97-98% fine re-black finish. Receiver has been cleaned bright. Forearm retains most of its original varnish. Stock is sound and retains 75-80% original varnish with some bore cleaner streaks. Triggers retain 50-75% original gold wash. Strong bright bores. 4-46580 JR182 (800-1,500)

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*P. WEBLEY & SON DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 10ga. Heavy, large frame gun with 32″ bbls, choked FULL/FULL, dbl. lump with dolls head and third fastener, dbl. triggers and extractors. Box lock receiver, case colored with fine arabesque pattern engraving over about 50% with the makers name on both sides. Wood is nicely figured European walnut with full checkered splinter forearm, Anson & Deely latch, checkered semi-pistol grip stock, 14-1/8″ over a solid red old English pad. SN 40470. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbls retain 97-98% fine re-black. There appears to be a swell in each bbl about 1″ from the muzzle. Receiver retains about 80% subtle case colors. Wood is sound and retains most of a fine professional restored finish. 4-46582 JR181 (1,500-2,500)

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*J.P. SAUER & SOHN DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Fine wartime production dbl. with 28-1/8″ bbls choked FULL/MOD, 70mm chambers; built in September 1944 with eagle N proofs. It has dbl. lump with Greener cross bolt, box lock receiver marked with the makers name and an eagle on both sides with “SAUER EJECTOR” on the floorplate. Wood is straight grain walnut with splinter forearm and straight stock, 14-1/4″ over a brown waffle pad marked “HOFFMAN SPORTING GOODS/SILVER CITY, N.M.” SN 342971. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbls retain 96-98% original blue, thin over the chamber areas. Receiver retains 75-80% case colors, brilliant in the sheltered areas. Wood is sound and retains most of its original oil finish. Bright shiny bores. 4-46581 JR183 (800-1,200)

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*LC SMITH CROWN GRADE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Fine old LC Smith with 30″ bbls, choked FULL/IMP-MOD with tapered matted rib. Bbls are marked with the grade on the right side and “MADE TO ORDER BY THE HUNTER ARMS CO. INC. FULTON, N.Y.”. Receiver and lock plates are case colored with fine floral and arabesque pattern engraving with vignettes of bird dogs on both sides. Opening lever has a gold inlaid crown. It is fitted with Hunter one-trigger and ejectors. Wood is highly figured walnut with black tipped fully checkered splinter forearm and extra coverage checkered semi-pistol grips stock 14″ over the original hard rubber buttplate. There is a silver toe plate bearing the initial “RLC”. SN RE43573. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Bbls retain most of an old re-blacking with bright shiny bores. Receiver and lock plates retain about 75% subtle case colors with the balance turned silver. Wood is sound with tiny hairlines back of each side lock and retains most of its fine oil finish. 4-46577 JR173 (3,000-5,000)

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*EARLY LC SMITH GRADE 2 DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Fine old double with 29-3/4″ bbls that appear to be original choked FULL/MOD, side lock receiver with light decoration having quail and duck game scenes. Fitted with Hunter one-trigger and extractors. Wood appears to be old replacement with an oversized beavertail forearm and semi-pistol grip stock, 14-1/2″ over a poorly installed Pachmayer pad. SN 300013. CONDITION: Very good. Bbls retain 93-95% dull original blue with a thin spot over the forearm area and a series of small dings. Receiver and lock plates retain 10-15% case colors with the balance turned silver. Wood is sound and retains most of its custom oil finish. Bright shiny bores. 4-46578 JR184 (600-1,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 24 DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 16ga. Poor man’s 21 with 28″ bbls choked FULL/MOD, round receivers with uncheckered wood, dbl. triggers and extractors 15″ over a Winchester solid red pad. SN 70794. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. Pad, obviously added, the stock does not appear to have been cut. The forearm lug has been crudely re-attached with arc welding. 4-46713 JR180 (400-700)

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COLT THIRD MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVER WITH SHOULDER STOCK. SN 16884, all matching. Cal. .44. 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. The rear sight is cut through the bbl address. The serial number on the stock is 16847/16848. CONDITION: Gray patina overall with scattered light pitting, heavier at the front of the bbl. Cylinder scene is only partially visible but the inspector initials are sharp. Grips have been re-varnished and both cartouches are visible but not readable. The shoulder stock is in the same condition with a re-varnished stock. 4-46320 FS27 (15,000-20,000)

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COLT THIRD MODEL DRAGOON. SN 18252, matching including wedge. Cal. .44, 7-1/2″ part oct. bbl. Left side of frame marked “U.S.”, sub-inspectors initials on all makers parts. Strong “W.A.T” cartouche in middle of right side of stock and “ADK” on left side of grips. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina overall, mellow patina on the brass. Grips are fine, the cylinder scene is about 50% visible which is very good for a martial gun. Mechanically needs work. 4-46319 FS86 (9,000-15,000)

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COLT THIRD MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVER. SN 17173. Cal. .44. 7-1/2″ part oct. bbl. Two blade rear sight has been cut through the bbl address. “U.S.” acceptance mark on left of frame, inspector initials on cylinder and trigger guard. Faint “WAT” cartouche on right side of grip, visible but not readable cartouche on left side of grip. Several screws have been replaced. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina overall with light to moderate pitting on most surfaces. The brass trigger guard is battered on the sides and front. Cylinder scene is about half visible, mechanically good. 4-46315 FS22 (8,000-12,000)

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COLT FIRST MODEL DRAGOON. SN 9656. Cal. .44. 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. The backstrap number has been re-struck. The wedge is an incorrect replacement. CONDITION: Smooth gray patina with light pitting overall, slightly heavier on the hammer and rear of the bbl. The nipples have been replaced. Cylinder scene is sharp. Grips retain about 80% of an old varnish. 4-46313 FS26 (8,000-12,000)

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COLT THIRD MODEL DRAGOON MADE FOR THE ENGLISH MARKET. SN 264, all matching, including wedge. Cal. .44, 7-1/2 oct. bbl. British proof marks at rear of bbl and on each chamber. CONDITION: Traces of finish in protected areas, mostly smooth gray metal, with cleaning scratches. Cylinder scene is sharp but somewhat thin. Grips retain about 90% of the varnish and have numerous small dents and scratches. 4-46317 FS96 (8,000-12,000)

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IMPORTANT AND OUTSTANDING PRESENTATION ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1863 POCKET NAVY REVOLVER TO “L.T. PEARSON ESQ.”. SN 16619 / E. Cal. .36, 4-1/2″ oct. bbl. Beautifully engraved and with extremely rare carved and checkered walnut grips. Cased in a standard American case containing an eagle and shield flask, bullet mold, screwdriver/nipple wrench and a paper box of caps. Engraved on the backstrap “PRESENTED TO L.T. PEARSON ESQ./BY COLT’S PAT. F.A. MFG. CO. 17TH JULY 1868.” The running vine scroll engraving covers the entire frame, bbl lug, loading lever lug, hammer, backstrap and underside of the trigger guard. The burl walnut grips are border carved with checkered insert. Mr. L.T. Pearson was a Colt company official in the 1860’s, apparently retiring on July 13th, 1868 when he was presented this pistol, as listed in the entry dated July 17, 1868 of the firm’s Journal B. It is not exactly clear what Mr. Pearson’s exact position was, but all of the references in the Colt Company Journals refer to him in conjunction with production reports. He was probably the company Treasurer, as his annual salary was exceeded only by seven other officers of the company. Both the internal company presentation by Colt and any carved and checkered grips make this a unique and exceedingly rare Colt. Formerly in the William M. Locke Collection, it is pictured as Plate 103 in the book “SAMUEL COLT PRESENTS” by R.L. Wilson. It is also to appear in the upcoming book “COLT PRESENTATIONS 1856-1869” by Herbert G. Houze. Also accompanying this Colt are several letters and copied of Colt records identifying this gun and Mr. Pearson. CONDITION: The gun appears unfired and retains 85% of its original bright blue, slightly thin on the cylinder. Screws retain most of their bright fire blue. 100% of the cylinder scene remains as do all of the cylinder pins. Light case hardening colors on the left side of the frame, hammer and loading lever, brighter on the right. 85% silver plating remaining on the backstrap and trigger guard. The burled walnut grips retain almost all of their original varnish with only a few light marks from rubbing in the case. The flask, mold, nipple wrench and cap box are all in excellent, probably unused condition. The case has a partial crack in the lid and two in the bottom, none serious. The interior dark green lining is excellent. Truly a magnificent gun. 4-46447 FS271 (50,000-100,000)

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OUTSTANDING CASED ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1851 LONDON NAVY REVOLVER. SN 194, all matching. Cal. .36, 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. British proof marks appear on the rear of the bbl and on each chamber. The engraving is typical light scroll engraving usually found on British Colt Revolvers. The bbl is marked “ADDRESS, SAMl COLT NEW-YORK CITY” with a teardrop at each end. The initials “W.B” are stamped on the trigger guard below the serial number, possibly the engraver. The cylinder scene has the “Engraved” line under the serial number. The American case is lined with red velvet and contains a slant charger, “COLT PATENT” flask, bullet mold, screw driver/nipple wrench, packet of cartridges, Eley cap tin, and key. CONDITION: Excellent with 90% bright blue on the bbl, 75% on the cylinder with sharp cylinder scene. Brilliant case hardening on the frame and loading lever, slightly fading on the sides of the hammer, 99% silver on the backstrap and trigger guard. Light scratches and dents on the grips but little wear. The case is fine with slight wear from the front sight and top of hammer and light marks from the cylinder. The flask retains most of the light brown finish, with a small dent towards the top on one side and light wear to the high spots. The cartridge packet has been opened but the wire remains with the packet. The mold is fine but the sprue cutter has lost most of its finish. The cap tin label is slightly dirty with oil or mildew spots. The key works. Truly a magnificent gun. 4-46446 FS272 (25,000-35,000)

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CASED COLT MODEL 1851 SQUAREBACK NAVY REVOLVER. SN 2865, all matching including wedge. Cal. .36, 7-1/2″ oct. bbl, in an American case with green velvet lining containing a slant charger flask, bullet mold, screw driver/nipple wrench and Eley cap tin. The case does not have the normal inner wood liner. CONDITION: 80% thinning blue on the bbl. Light case hardening colors on the sides of the frame, slightly darker in the capping notch. Hammer and loading lever are mostly gray; the backstrap and trigger guard have about 95% of original silver. Grips have light wear and chipping to the finish around the bottom with a small chip missing on the left toe. Mechanically tight. The case top has some wide scratches and a few dents. The interior is badly worn from the sights and hammer, the latter gouging a large hole in the side of the case. The charger on the flask is a replacement. Flask has faint traces of finish and some minor dents around the bottom but is generally fine. 4-46499 FS270 (15,000-20,000)

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CASED COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. SN 181312, all matching. Cal. .31. 6″ oct. bbl, 5-shot. 2-line Hartford address with dashes at each end. In a French recessed case with double-sided “E. PLURIBUS UNUM” flask, brass bullet mold and Winchester cap tin. The case does not appear to be as old as the gun, possibly contemporary. CONDITION: Brilliant case hardening colors on the sides of the frame, hammer and loading lever, fading on the recoil shield in front of the loading lever. Traces of blue on the bbl, 20% on the cylinder with sharp cylinder scene, 80% silver on backstrap and trigger guard. The flask is worn and dented, the bullet mold is missing the sprue cutter screw and is battered. The outside of the case has been refinished. The interior lining appears old and dirty. 4-46833 FS3 (3,000-5,000)

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CASED COLT BABY DRAGOON REVOLVER. SN 10872, all matching, including wedge, Cal. .31, 6″ oct. bbl. In period case with flask, bullet mold, cartridge packet, oil bottle, screwdriver/nipple wrench and key which does not fit the lock. CONDITION: Smooth blue-gray patina with some signs of cleaning on top of the bbl. Cylinder is lightly pitted around the front with good scene in the middle. Traces of case hardening color on the frame, mostly dark. 60% silver on backstrap and trigger guard. The lid of the case has a partial crack on the left side, the bottom has two running lengthwise. A name has been written in pencil on the bottom but is not legible. The green interior of the case has some glue repairs for moved partitions and much scratching around the front sight. The accessories are all good. The packet of cartridges has been opened and taped. 4-46305 FS529 (6,000-9,000)

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CASED COLT ROOT 1ST MODEL REVOLVER. SN 403, all matching. Cal. 28. 3-1/2″ oct. bbl and oct. loading lever. In a period mahogany case with proper bullet mold, “E. PLURIBUS UNUM”, and Eley cap tin. CONDITION: Strong traces of blue on the frame, mostly gray patina with light to moderate pitting at the muzzle. Cylinder scene is sharp. Grip has numerous small dents and scratches but retains 90% of the varnish. The case lid has been cracked and repaired at least twice, the bottom has three cracks, the green interior is dirty and scuffed, the flask retains about 80% of the brown finish with two small dents towards the top. 4-46837 FS164 (3,000-3,500)

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CASED COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 11559, all matching. Cal. .31, 3-1/2″ round bbl. Screw-in-cylinder variety. In American mahogany case with proper eagle flask, a brass bullet mold and a Joyce cap tin. CONDITION: 70% blue overall. Traces of case hardening colors, mostly silvered out. Grips have large chips at the bottom on both sides, otherwise very good with most of the varnish. Cylinder scene is light. Case has normal dents and scratches on top, a partial crack across the bottom and the relined interior. Flask retains most of its brown and gold finish but has a couple of light dents on one side and a partially opened seam. 4-46832 FS203 (2,000-3,000)

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FINE CASED COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 21419, all matching. Cal. .28, 3-7/16″ oct. bbl. In American case with red velvet lining containing flask, bullet mold and Goldmark cap tin. CONDITION: Excellent with 98% bright finish overall with light scratches on frame and cylinder. Grips retain almost all of the varnish. Case is fine but somewhat more worn then the gun. Powder flask retains about 96% of the bright brown finish. The sprue cutter on the bullet mold is bright with no signs of blue and has some light surface rust and pitting. Case lid is slightly warped. 4-46838 FS275 (3,500-4,500)

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CASED COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 6458, all matching. Cal. .31 4-1/2″ round bbl, fluted cylinder. In American mahogany case with “E. PLURIBUS UNUM” flask, iron 2-cavity mold and Winchester cap tin. CONDITION: 85% blue on cylinder with sharp markings, 30% elsewhere. Strong case hardening colors on top of hammer, turning dark on the lever. Mechanically tight. Flask retains about 90% of the original brown finish. Bullet mold has light pitting on the down side. Case has been repaired on one end and has minor scratches and dents on the top. The green interior is very good. 4-46840 FS2 (3,500-4,500)

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CASED COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN10534, matching on frame and cylinder. The number on the bottom of the bbl only has the first three digits visible. Cal. .31. 3-1/2″ round bbl, 2-line New York address on top of bbl with stagecoach scene on cylinder. In the mahogany case with double-sided “E. PLURIBUS UNUM” flask, iron bullet mold in wrong cal. and army size screw driver/nipple wrench. CONDITION: 75% bright blue on frame, faint traces of case hardening colors on hammer and loading lever. Cylinder is brown with two worn streaks around the middle. Grips are worn flat at the high spots at the bottom with chips at the rear. 4-46839 FS4 (2,500-3,500)

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ENGRAVED COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 7032 Cal. .31. 3-1/2″ round bbl. Fluted cylinder. The ivory grips on the gun are old and fit well, but not numbered. The original walnut grips accompany the lot. CONDITION: 75% blue on frame, 50% on bbl and cylinder with light to moderate pitting on the rear of the cylinder. Faded case hardening colors on the side of the hammer, bright on top. Mechanically good. 4-46347 FS17 (5,000-6,000)

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COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 11104, all matching. Cal. .28, 3-1/2″ oct. bbl. “A.G” stamped inside the grips, which have a matching serial number. CONDITION: 95% blue on bbl and frame, 70% on cylinder mixed with light surface rust and pitting. Bright case hardening colors on loading lever, slightly fading on the hammer. Grips show little wear. 4-46896 FS24 (1,500-2,500)

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COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 11860, all matching. Cal. .31. 3-1/2″ round bbl. Screw-in cylinder type with British proof marks and 2-line New York address. CONDITION: 90% thinning blue on the frame. Bright case hardening colors on loading lever and hammer. Bbl and cylinder only have traces of blue in protected places but the cylinder scene is sharp. Grips are slightly battered but retain most of their finish. Mechanically fine. 4-46344 FS30 (2,000-3,000)

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CASED COLT MODEL 1863 POCKET NAVY REVOLVER. SN 3295, matching except lever and wedge which have no numbers. The lever latch is loose on the bottom of the bbl. In a home made box with faux finish and gold eagle and stars. The relined case contains a reproduction eagle flask, a bullet mold, a partial box of skin cartridges for the ’51 Navy, a reproduction Eley cap tin and a small brass Hick cap tin. CONDITION: Smooth gray patina overall. The brass has mellow patina. The reproduction wedge is bright. Action is good. The decoration on the box is fine with some light scratches. The interior is repaired and dirty. 4-46306 FS156 (1,000-2,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 42 DELUXE SKEET. Cal. 410. Fine little skeet gun with 28″ bbl choked SKEET with Simmons rib, long round checkered forearm with very nicely figured checkered pistol grip stock with hard rubber buttplate. SN 133565. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all the refinished blue, probably accomplished at the time the rib was installed. Wood is fine and retains about all of its original varnish. 4-46870 JR219 (1,250-1,750)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 42 SKEET GUN. Cal. 410. Scarce solid rib with 26″ bbl, 2-1/2″ chamber, choked SKEET. It has early long diamond checkered forearm with nicely figured checkered pistol grip stock with hard rubber buttplate. SN 102687. CONDITION: Excellent, plus. Retains 97-98% original finish to both metal and wood with only minor sharp edge wear and a few light handling and use marks on the wood with one scrape in the finish on the right side of the buttstock. Bright shiny bore. 4-46871 JR152 (1,500-2,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 42 PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 410. Field gun with 26″ plain cylinder bbl, short, flat-bottomed, ribbed forearm, pistol grip stock with hard rubber buttplate. SN 90057. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains 96-98% original blue overall with only very minor sharp edge wear. Wood is sound and retains 95-97% original varnish with only minor handling and storage marks. Bright shiny bore. Slide release button is a little stiff. 4-46591 JR154 (750-1,250)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 42 SKEET GUN. Cal. 410. Early standard skeet gun with 28″ plain bbl, 2-1/2″ chamber choked SKEET with small round ribbed forearm and pistol grip stock with hard rubber buttplate. SN 24676. CONDITION: Excellent, plus. Retains most of its original factory finish to the metal. Wood is sound and retains 93-95% finish on the forearm and 92-93% stock finish. Stock finish loss does not appear to be from wear, but from poor storage. Bright shiny bore. 4-46869 JR153 (1,000-1,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 DELUXE SKEET GUN. Cal. 28ga. Scarce deluxe skeet gun with 26″ solid rib bbl choked skeet with triple diamond checkered forearm, highly figured checkered pistol grip stock with Winchester red waffle pad. SN 1357662. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Retains 93-95% original factory blue overall, thin over the chamber area and carry point, top and bottom of the receiver. Wood is sound and retains most of its original factory finish with minor handling and use marks. There appears to be a slight loss of finish on the left side of the buttstock at the pad, probably from bore cleaner. 4-46875 JR163 (1,500-2,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 DELUXE SKEET SHOTGUN. Cal. 28ga. Scarce deluxe skeet gun with 28″ skeet choked bbl, Simmons rib, chamber marked 2-7/8″. It has deluxe diamond checkered large forearm with highly figured buttstock, checkered pistol grip and hard rubber buttplate. SN 749288. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains about all of the blue as refinished when rib was installed. Wood is outstanding and retains about all of its original factory finish. 4-46876 JR158 (1,500-3,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 HEAVY DUCK GUN. Cal. 12ga. Good shotgun with 32″ solid rib 3″ magnum bbl, large round ribbed forearm, uncheckered weighted stock with solid red Winchester pad. SN 1319743. CONDITION: Very good. Retains 94-95% original blue overall with edge wear and thinning on the top and bottom of the receiver. Wood is fine and retains 95-97% original varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46725 JR216 (400-700)

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*JOHN M. OLIN’S PERSONAL WINCHESTER MODEL 12 HEAVY DUCK GUN. Cal. 12ga. Standard grade gun with 32″ solid rib 3″ Magnum bbl, small round ribbed forearm, uncheckered weighted buttstock with solid red Winchester pad. Right side of buttstock at the buttplate, is pantographed “JOHN M OLIN”. Accompanied by a Buffalo Bill Historical letter dated February 2 1990 indicating that this shotgun had been the personal property of Mr. Olin and was sold from the museum to raise funds to build the new wing. It is also accompanied by an Olin Corp. Factory Order transferring a list of shotguns to the museum including this Model 12. SN 807914. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains 96-97% original finish overall with sound refinished wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-46772 JR217 (1,000-2,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 16ga. Field grade shotgun with 28″ solid rib bbl choked MOD, short flat bottom ribbed forearm, uncheckered stock with hard rubber buttplate. SN 1303664. CONDITION: Very good, plus. Bbl and mag tube retain about 95% strong original finish. Receiver 92-93% thinning original finish. Wood is sound and retains 95-97% old original varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46885 JR221 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 16ga. Standard field gun with 28″ full choke bbl, Simmons ventilated rib, chamber and receiver marked 2-3/4, small round ribbed forearm, early semi-pistol grip stock with red waffle pad, may have been cut. SN 667114. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Retains about all of a fine refinish to both metal and wood, probably accomplished at the time of rib installation. Bright shiny bore. 4-46886 JR213 (300-500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 SUPER-X HEAVY DUCK GUN. Cal. 12ga. Standard grade gun with 32″ solid ribbed bbl, 3″ magnum, large round ribbed forearm, uncheckered weighted stock with solid red Winchester pad. SN 1585260. CONDITION: Excellent. Near new, retaining virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with only minor handling and storage marks. 4-46795 JR210 (500-800)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Field gun with 30″ solid rib bbl choked FULL, flat bottom ribbed forearm, uncheckered stock with hard rubber buttplate. SN 1531464. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl and mag tube retain 92-94% thinning blue. Receiver 90-92% blue with a touch-up spot on the top. Wood is sound and retains most of its original factory finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46592 JR220 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 25 PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Late Model 25 with 28″ bbl choked MOD with Simmons ventilated rib, short flat bottom ribbed forearm, uncheckered stock with white-line pad. SN 47048. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all of a fine refinish done at the time of the rib installation. 4-46856 JR211 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 FEATHERWEIGHT PUMP SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Standard grade shotgun with 30″ full choke bbl, 2-screw ribbed forearm, uncheckered stock with hard rubber buttplate. SN 1831974F. CONDITION: Near excellent. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with a series of rust spots on the left side of the receiver. Bright shiny bore. 4-46883 JR209 (400-700)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 12 EXPERIMENTAL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Field grade gun with 20″ plain bbl that has been reduced in length and now has a threaded boss at the muzzle with a removable 7″ long choke. This appears to be something that Winchester was experimenting with and never produced. The forearm is large, round ribbed, uncheckered stock with hard rubber buttplate. SN 1635890. CONDITION: Excellent. Modified as noted retaining 97-98% strong original blue overall. Sound wood retaining 95-96% original varnish. Magazine tube, above the forearm, has a series of light dents. Bright shiny bore. 4-46880 JR218 (400-700)

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FINE COLT 1860 ARMY REVOLVER WITH BRITISH PROOFS. SN 153649. Cal. .44. 8″ round bbl. Iron backstrap and trigger guard, cut for shoulder stock. Two British proof marks at the rear of bbl. and at each chamber of the cylinder. CONDITION: 80% bright blue on the bbl. with speckles of light surface rust. 50% colors on the rear of the cylinder, backstrap and trigger guard, traces on the front of the cylinder, which has a good cylinder scene. Good case hardening colors on the sides of the frame, hammer and loading lever, the front of the loading lever and recoil shield have mostly silvered out. Grips are excellent with minor dents. Mechanically fine. 4-46453 FS21 (6,000-8,000)

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COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER. SN 143349, except cylinder SN 4831. Cal. .44. 8″ round bbl. Sharp “HBT” cartouche on the left side of the grip and “JT” on right side. CONDITION: Brilliant case hardening colors on frame, hammer and rear of loading lever. Bbl marking is a little thin on the left side, but sharp otherwise. Bbl retains about half of the blue with signs of cleaning on the top. Traces of blue on the backstrap. Cylinder scene is sharp. 4-46383 FS45 (5,000-8,000)

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COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER WITH IVORY GRIPS. SN 128949, all matching. Cal. .44. 8″ bbl. The front sight has been replaced. The frame is not marked “US” on this revolver, although inspector’s initials appear on the cylinder, backstrap and trigger guard. 3-screw variety, cut for shoulder stock. The 3-pc ivory grips are unmarked. CONDITION: 50% case hardening on frame and hammer, traces on loading lever, traces of blue on remaining parts. 4-46352 FS75 (4,000-5,000)

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CUSTOM ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 1185, Cal. .36. 7-1/2″ round bbl. The engraving is signed “HUGH MILLER” around the trigger guard screw. The left side of the grips is carved with a woman holding a sword. CONDITION: Metal surfaces were cleaned to bright before engraving. Cylinder scene remains good. Grips are fine. 4-46355 FS80 (2,000-3,000)

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COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER. SN 53729, except cylinder and wedge which have no numbers. Cal. .44. 8″ round bbl. Has an old re-nickel. “CSL” cartouche on left side of grip, unreadable cartouche visible on the right. No “US” marking on frame. CONDITION: Retains about 90% of the re-nickel finish. 4-46350 FS47 (1,000-1,500)

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ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 96512, all matching including wedge. Cal. .36. 7-1/2 oct. bbl. Engraved in the style of Gustave Young, with wolves heads on the sides of the hammer, flowers and a human face worked into the scroll engraving. “COLT’S / PATENT” engraved on the left side of the frame. CONDITION: Strong traces of blue at the rear of the bbl. 85% silver on backstrap and trigger guard with dents top and bottom. Ivory grips match, have numerous natural cracks at the bottom, but are fine otherwise. Cylinder scene is sharp except for one section which was against the frame for a period of time. 4-46332 FS80 (5,000-8,000)

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ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY. SN 13162E, all matching, including wedge. Cal. .36. 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. Light scroll engraving on sides of bbl and frame, shell engraving with light scroll at the backstrap. Wolves heads on the sides of the hammer. CONDITION: Even gray patina on iron parts with light pitting on the cylinder and front of bbl. Loading lever has a blue tinge due to a repair at the front end. Trigger guard has about 70% silver. Backstrap is bare. 90% varnish on wood with dents on the base, with oil stain at the frame. 4-46387 FS18 (4,000-5,000)

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ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 3691, all matching except wedge which has no number. Cal. .36, 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. 1-line New York City address with teardrop at each end. The “COLTS / PATENT” marking on the frame is engraved. Scroll engraving is deeper than that normally found on guns of this period with flowers and scrolls on the sides of the hammer. Background has been cross hatched or lined for fill. Cylinder scene is sharp with the “engraved” mark under the patent mark. The screw heads and wedge are engraved to match. CONDITION: Traces of finish mostly blue-gray patina except cylinder, which is a brownish patina. The burl walnut grips retain most of the varnish with some flaking and slight wear at the base. Backstrap and trigger guard retain about 90% of the silver. Action is good. 4-46337 FS112 (5,000-8,000)

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RARE SQUAREBACK COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 1100. Cal. .36. 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. Early 1-line New York City address with dashes at the end. Screw under wedge. CONDITION: Brown patina with light pitting overall. The cylinder scene is sharp with the “engraved by” line parallel to the patent marking on the cylinder. Grips retain about 85% varnish with a small crack and oil damage on the right side at the frame. 4-46333 FS88 (10,000-15,000)

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FINE COLT MODEL 1851 LONDON LONDON NAVY REVOLVER. SN 36184, all matching. Cal. .36. 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. Iron backstrap and trigger guard. British proofs are rear of bbl and cylinder. Marked “arrow ADDRESS. COL: COLT. LONDON. arrow” on top of bbl. CONDITION: 87% bright blue on bbl with some scratches, scrapes and light pitting at the cylinder. 40% thinning cased hardening colors on the frame, 70% on hammer. 30% bright blue on backstrap with areas of light to moderate pitting. Trigger guard has only traces of blue with moderate pitting. Loading lever has good case hardening colors on the left side, moderate pitting on the right. Grips are worn on the edges and have some oil damage at the frame but retain most of the original varnish. Action is fine. 4-46445 FS74 (4,000-6,000)

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LONDON COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 195793/L. Cal. .36, 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. Although this is marked with a London address it has no British proof marks on bbl or cylinder. CONDITION: 50% blue on bbl mixed with surface rust and light to moderate pitting. Cylinder is bare, the backstrap and trigger guard has about 70% blue with streaking and pitting on backstrap. Case hardening colors are bright on the left side and slightly faded on the right of the hammer. Loading lever has traces of case hardening colors, mostly gray patina with pitting. Grips are excellent. 4-46335 FS106 (3,000-5,000)

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COLT 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 1384, matching including wedge. Cal. .36, 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. London proof marks on bbl and cylinder. 1-line “U.S. AMERICA” marking on bbl. The squareback trigger guard is not correct. CONDITION: Traces of blue in protected places. Mostly gray-brown patina. Backstrap and trigger guard have been re-silvered and retain most of that finish. Grips have been lightly sanded and refinished. 4-46443 FS126 (500-1,000)

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COLT LONDON NAVY REVOLVER. SN 42224, all matching including wedge. The wedge screw is replaced. Cal. .36, 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. CONDITION: 40% brown on bbl with dents and light pitting on left side, balance of gun is brown patina with moderate to heavy pitting on the backstrap and trigger guard. Grips have light wear at the base but retain about 90% of the varnish. 4-46338 FS108 (2,000-4,000)

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COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER WITH SHOULDER STOCK. SN 54148, all matching. Cal. .44. 8″ bbl. The cylinder has been numbered with the wrong set of dies. The patent marking is correct. Some screws are also replaced. The inspector’s cartouche on the left is visible, but unreadable. Shoulder stock is a replica with the number 152. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina with signs of cleaning and filing. Grips have been repaired at the top, lightly sanded and refinished. 4-46381 FS64 (1,000-1,500)

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COLT MODEL 1860 FLUTED ARMY REVOLVER. SN 2173, matching except wedge which has no number. Cal. .44, 8″ round bbl. Four screw variety, cut for shoulder stock. CONDITION: Gray patina overall mixed with light to moderate pitting. The lever latch is broken. Grips are missing chips at the bottom and have been lightly sanded and re-oiled. Mechanically good. 4-46351 FS85 (1,500-2,500)

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COLT MODEL 1860 FLUTED ARMY REVOLVER. SN 4070, all matching. Cal. .44. 8″ bbl. Four screw variety, cut for shoulder stock. The lever catch is an incorrect replacement. CONDITION: Gray patina with light to moderate pitting overall. Grips have been sanded and re-oiled with dents, scratches and gouges remaining. 4-46435 FS76 (1,250-2,250)

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COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 16294, all matching, including wedge. Cal. .36. 7-1/2″ round bbl. Ivory grips have a raised carved steer head on the right side. CONDITION: 25% blue on bbl, cylinder has minor traces, 25% case hardening on the frame, 50% on the loading lever. Grips are fine. Cylinder scene is sharp. Mechanically tight. 4-46356 FS129 (2,500-3,500)

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FINE COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 32335, matching except wedge which has no number. Cal. .36, 7-1/2″ round bbl. CONDITION: 90% case hardening color on frame and hammer, slightly fading on the recoil shield. Traces of blue on the bbl, strong on the bottom and left side at rear. Cylinder has a smooth gray patina with sharp cylinder scene. The matching number grips are well worn at the bottom with a tiny chip missing on the right side and retain about 30% of the varnish. Action is tight. The pins on the back of the cylinder are sharp. 4-46354 FS93 (3,000-5,000)

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COLT 3RD MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVER. SN 10775, all matching. Cal 44. 7-1/2″ part oct. bbl. U.S. inspector mark on left side of frame. Visible, but not readable, inspector cartouche on the right side of the grip, “JCB” on the left side. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall with light to moderate pitting. Backstrap and trigger guard have mellow patina. Grips are slightly undersized with chips missing at the points. Mechanically good. 4-46314 FS130 (4,000-6,000)

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COLT NO. 2 DRAGOON REVOLVER. SN 10094, matching except cylinder which has been re-rolled and renumbered and the wedge has been renumbered. Cal. .44. 7-1/2″ part oct. bbl. The “WAT” inspector cartouche on the left side of the grip has been enhanced. The rear of the cylinder has been turned and new pins added. CONDITION: Heavily cleaned with some pitting remaining. Grips have been refinished. Mechanically good. 4-46301 FS62 (2,500-3,500)

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COLT FIRST MODEL DRAGOON TYPE REVOLVER. SN 7318, matching except cylinder which has no visible serial number and wedge which has no number. Cal. .44, 7-1/2″ part oct. bbl. The frame has “U.S.” marking but no sub-inspector marks have been found. CONDITION: Deeply pitted on all iron parts. Backstrap shows sign of work but is now mellowed to the same color as the trigger guard. Parts of the cylinder scene are still visible where the metal did not contact the damp surface. Bbl marking has been stamped in a very small die. Ivory grips show natural cracks and both are slightly warped. The rifling is straight, not gain twist, and the conclusion reached is that this is a copy, artificially aged to deceive the unwary buyer. An attractive display piece. 4-46312 FS87 (1,000-1,500)

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REPLICA COLT DRAGOON REVOLVER. SN 12501. Cal. .44. 7-1/2″ part oct. bbl. CONDITION: All finish has been stripped and an attempt has been made to artificially age the pieces. Grips are broken. 4-46303 FS127 (500-700)

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WINCHESTER DELUXE ENGRAVED PRESENTATION MODEL 1866 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 44CF. Spectacular 66 rifle with 24″ oct. bbl, full magazine, about 4-X wood with uncheckered straight stock and crescent brass buttplate. Receiver is engraved with 80% coverage, fine arabesque and floral pattern engraving with vignettes of a squirrel on the left front flat and a duck and rabbit on the right side, attributed to Conrad Ulrich. Left side has a panel with the presentation “J.H. ALVORD”. The balance of the receiver, tangs, foreend cap and buttplate heel tang are engraved with matching patterns. The bbl has a Rocky Mountain German silver front sight and Henry-style ladder sight. It is accompanied by a packet of information relating to James H. Alvord, who was appointed U.S. Marshall for Idaho Territory on March 3, 1870. Mr. Alvord is listed as having been born in 1824 and died in 1876. The buttstock numbers are all matching and the initials “JHA” are stamped on the left side of the lower tang under the wood (which usually indicates that the presentation was ordered directly from the factory). SN 35923. CONDITION: The bbl and magazine tube retain most of a fine restored finish. The receiver and brass parts are a medium mustard patina with traces of the original gold wash in the engraving and in the very sheltered areas. Wood is sound and retains about all of a high luster restored finish with some chemical spots on the forearm and buttstock. Strong bore, dark in the grooves with a ring about mid-point. A fine scarce presentation 66. 4-46595 JR201 (10,000-20,000)

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HENRY MODEL 1860 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 44RF. Fine old Henry with 24″ oct. bbl, integral magazine tube, straight grain walnut stock with sling swivels, bbl mounted ladder sight, 2nd-type brass buttplate with trap containing a 4-pc all iron wiping rod, good bump below the stock swivel. SN 8648. CONDITION: Fine, all matching. Bbl is mostly a dark patina with scattered light surface rust. Stock is fine with traces of original varnish and a good hand-rubbed patina. Receiver has good edges with a medium dark mustard patina and light surface spotting. The lever screw is rusty and the iron a brown patina. Good strong bore with some shine and moderate pitting. 4-46851 JR206 (15,000-20,000)

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WINCHESTER HENRY MARKED MODEL 1866 RIFLE. Cal. 44RF. Outstanding early rifle with 24″ oct. bbl, full magazine, Henry-style ladder sight, early style foreend cap with sling swivel and brass buttplate with trap containing a 4-pc brass and iron wiping rod. The top flat of the bbl has Henry’s patent marking and King’s patent markings, which are very thin but legible except for the year on the King’s patent. The buttstock numbers are all matching. SN 20616. CONDITION: Excellent, plus. Bbl and magazine tube retain about 90% strong bright original blue with scattered fine surface rust and one or two spots of pitting. Receiver has a fine medium-mustard patina with sharp edges, never having been polished, with minor pry marks on the front edges of the sideplates. Battered sideplate screw. Wood is exceptional, retaining 95-97% strong bright varnish. Strong bright bore with scattered pitting. A truly outstanding early 66 rifle. 4-46723 JR 202 (10,000-20,000)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1866 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 44RF. Standard carbine with 20″ round bbl, full magazine, early 2-position rear sight, uncheckered wood, straight stock with blued steel buttplate with trap containing a 3-pc brass and iron wiping rod. Lower tang has been stamped “L. WILCOX”. SN 96658. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl and magazine tube retain most of an old refinish, as does the forearm. The buttstock, probably a replacement, retains generous amounts of original finish with light handling and use marks. Receiver, polished a long time ago is now a medium mustard patina. Bright shiny bore with a ring near the muzzle. 4-46597 JR204 (2,000-3,000)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 66 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 44RF. Standard carbine with 20″ round bbl, full magazine, reverse mounted 1873 marked ladder carbine sight with brass carbine buttplate with trap containing a 3-pc iron and brass wiping rod. SN 159240. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains. The iron is a mottled silver-brown with moderate rust pitting. Receiver has been polished and is now a dull mustard color. Forearm is sound and the stock has a crack in back of the top tang and retains an old refinish. Fair, dark bore with a small ring near the muzzle. 4-46514 JR203 (3,000-4,000)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1866 MUSKET. Cal. 44RF. Standard musket with 27″ round bbl, full magazine, full-length forearm, 3-bands, sling swivels, Henry-style ladder sight, brass buttplate with trap. Accompanied by an original socket bayonet. SN 77718. CONDITION: About good. Retains most of a fine refinish to both metal and wood. Receiver has been draw filed and polished leaving the brass a light mustard color. Bright shiny bore. The bayonet, also polished, with scattered fine pitting. 4-46596 JR205 (2,000-3,000)

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WINCHESTER SPECIAL ORDER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 32WCF. Standard grade rifle with very rare 32″ oct. bbl, full-length magazine, two magazine bands, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate without trap. Bbl is fitted with a gold washed Beaches front sight and semi-buckhorn rear sight. Receiver is blued with case colored lever, hammer and buttplate and has a single set trigger. Accompanied by a Cody Firearms Museum yellow sheet identifying this rifle with 32″ bbl and set trigger and indicating it was shipped 8/9/1887. SN 233199. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. Bbl has a couple of small, cleaned spots about 1″ from muzzle, otherwise the blue is bright and shiny with some striation marks on the right sideplate and side of the receiver. There is also some minor flaking on the right side of the receiver. Lever retains about 90% fading case colors turned silver on the loop. Hammer retains 97-98% brilliant case colors. Buttplate retains about 65% case colors, bright in sheltered areas, silver and gray elsewhere. A rare rifle in extremely fine condition. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-46599 JR30 (8,000-15,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 DELUXE RIFLE. Cal. 38WCF. Deluxe rifle with 24″ oct. bbl, full magazine, checkered wood, capped pistol grip stock, crescent steel buttplate with trap. Buttstock and buttplate are numbered to this rifle. Butt stock and foreend cap are fitted with sling eyes. SN 709918. CONDITION: About very good. Retains most of a fine refinish with some reworked screw heads. Wood is sound and retains most of its custom varnish. Strong bright bore with scattered pitting. 4-46601 JR27 (2,000-3,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 MUSKET. Cal. 44WCF. Standard musket with 30″ round bbl, square base barleycorn front sight, 800yd musket rear sight, full length forearm with straight stock and case colored buttplate with sliding trap containing a 4-pc all steel wiping rod. Accompanied by an original socket bayonet. SN 569747. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains about 99% strong bright original blue overall. Lever, hammer, trigger and buttplate retain about 99% strong bright case colors. Wood is sound and retains most all of its original finish with several small nicks and dings and a large bruise or two on the forearm and a series of gouges on the toe of the buttstock. Bright shiny bore. The bayonet is original and retains virtually all its bright factory finish with some surface spotting on the socket, shank and one edge of the blade. 4-46600 JR29 (4,000-5,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 MUSKET. Cal. 44WCF. Standard musket with 30″ round bbl, square base barleycorn front sight, 800yd musket rear sight, full length forearm with straight stock and case colored buttplate with sliding trap containing a 4-pc all steel wiping rod. SN 570583. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains 98-99% strong bright original blue overall. Receiver has a couple of spots of rust pitting. Wood is sound and retains virtually all its original finish. Buttplate retains about 70% case colors. Bright shiny bore. 4-46517 JR28 (3,500-4,500)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 38WCF (38-40) Standard grade rifle with 24″ oct. bbl, uncheckered wood, straight stock with crescent steel buttplate with trap. Bbl is mounted with half-nickel front sight and semi buckhorn rear sight. SN 385843. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains 95-97% strong bright original blue, slightly dull on the magazine tube. Lever retains 20-30% faded case colors with the balance turned silver. Hammer retains 98% bright case colors. Wood is sound and retains 96-98% bright original varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46724 JR25 (3,000-5,000)

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WINCHESTER 1ST MODEL 1873 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 44WCF. Standard carbine with 20″ bbl, full magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock, smooth carbine buttplate with trap and a staple with ring in left side of receiver. Receiver has the early mortised top. SN 16802. CONDITION: Good. Retains most of an old refinish. Bbl markings are very thin but legible. The dust cover has been modified with the impressed thumbprint filed through with serrations. Rear sight has been replaced with a small fixed sight. Strong dark bore. Left lip of the dust cover mortise on the receiver is broken away and will not retain the dust cover. 4-46598 JR26 (1,000-2,000)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22 short. Standard grade rifle with 24-3/8″ round bbl, full magazine tube, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate without trap. Bbl is fitted with half-nickel front sight and semi-buckhorn rear sight missing the elevator. SN 543866. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl and magazine tube retain 80-90% blue turning brown, receiver retains about 80% plum-blue with the left sideplate being a silver-gray patina. Floor plate screws are replacements. Wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish with a repaired crack in the forearm. Worn bore with some shine, scattered pitting and a ring near the muzzle. Extractor is missing. 4-46513 JR31 (800-1,500)

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WINCHESTER 2ND MODEL 1876 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 45-60. Standard carbine with full-length forearm, saddle ring attached to the left side of the receiver, screwed on dust cover rail and reverse mounted ladder bbl sight. It has a 22″ round bbl with carbine butt and smooth steel buttplate. Accompanied by a Winchester Museum letter identifying this carbine and indicating shipment in Sept. 1881. SN 15719. CONDITION: Good to very good, metal retains a mostly silver patina with mottled brown and traces of original finish in the sheltered areas. Stock is sound and forearm has a repaired crack at the tip, with an amateur refinish having been sanded below the metal. Mechanics are fine. Strong bright bore with scattered pitting. 4-46666 JR7 (3,000-5,000)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1876 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal 40-60. Standard grade rifle with 28″ oct. bbl, full magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate with trap. SN 60333. CONDITION: About very good retaining mostly a plum-blue-brown finish overall with light use and storage marks and some spots of light corrosion on the receiver. One or two battered screws. Wood is sound with a fine old dark patina. Strong dark bore with what may be a ring near the muzzle. 4-46516 JR8 (1,500-2,500)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1876 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 45-60. Standard grade rifle with 22″ oct. bbl, full magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate with trap. The bbl, apparently a cut-down, is fitted with a homemade front sight and fixed Kentucky style rear sight. Buttplate has been brass plated. SN 61210. CONDITION: As noted, about good, being mostly a blue-brown patina, missing the dust cover. Wood is sound and retains most of an old sanded refinish. Fair, dark bore. 4-46515 JR10 (800-1,500)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 38-56. Standard grade rifle with 26″ round bbl, full magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. Receiver, lever and hammer are case colored. Bbl is fitted with half-nickel front sight and semi buckhorn rear sight. Accompanied by a Cody Firearms Museum yellow sheet identifying this rifle and indicating it was shipped 10/18/1892. SN 69946. CONDITION: Excellent to as new retaining virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with brilliant case colors on the receiver, lever, hammer and foreend cap. Wood is sound and retains virtually all its original varnish with a gouge and small bruises on the forearm, other handling and storage marks elsewhere. Metal has very fine scattered surface spotting. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-46518 JR22 (8,000-12,000)

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WINCHESTER DELUXE SPECIAL ORDER MODEL 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 40-82. Special order rifle with 28″ oct. bbl, full magazine, case colored receiver, single set trigger and about 3X checkered wood with pistol grip stock and crescent steel buttplate. The bbl is fitted with a Sheard brass bead front sight and a musket rear sight. Removing the musket rear sight reveals no indication of a dovetail. SN 62754. CONDITION: About very good. The bbl retains 88-90% strong original blue with scattered light surface spotting and a couple of light scratches. The magazine tube is a silver-blue patina. The receiver is mottled silver and faded case colors with some light surface discoloration. Wood is sound and retains about 80% original varnish with the forearm and wrist being dark and oil stained. Bore is strong and bright with some light orange peel look. 4-46602 JR9 (5,000-10,000)

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WINCHESTER SPECIAL ORDER MODEL 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 40-82. Standard grade rifle with 28″ oct. bbl, full magazine, uncheckered wood, straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. Accompanied by a Cody Firearms Museum yellow sheet identifying this rifle with the 28″ bbl and indicating it was shipped with a Rocky Mountain front sight, which is now missing, on 4/6/1889. SN 27997. CONDITION: Very good, plus. Bbl retains about 90% dull original blue. Magazine tube is a plum-brown patina. Receiver retains 75-80% strong case colors, brighter on the left side. Lever and hammer 25-30% dark case colors. Stock is missing a chip at the receiver, otherwise the wood is sound and retains 75-80% dull finish. Top tang screws are battered. Bright shiny bore. 4-46520 JR15 (5,000-7,000)

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WINCHESTER SPECIAL ORDER MODEL 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 45-70. Standard grade rifle with 26″ tapered oct. bbl, full magazine, case colored receiver, uncheckered wood with straight stock and special crescent brass buttplate. The bbl has a replacement Marbles front sight and a scarce full buckhorn rear sight. SN 113988. CONDITION: Near excellent. Bbl and magazine tube retain 95-97% original blue. Receiver, with two drilled and tapped holes, retains 85-90% fading case colors, stronger on the left side. Wood is sound, the buttstock and buttplate are replacements. Forearm retains 80-85% original varnish and the buttstock retains most of its custom finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46603 JR14 (2,500-4,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 SPECIAL ORDER LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 50 Express. Scarce rifle in a scarce caliber with 26″ oct. to round bbl, button magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock that has been extended. The foreend cap and buttstock are mounted with sling eyes. Bbl is mounted with a scarce three-position front sight and a 3-leaf platinum line express sight and the top tang has a Lyman peep sight. Accompanied by a Cody Firearms Museum yellow sheet identifying this rifle as described above and having been shipped with a shotgun butt on 6/18/1902. SN 125574. CONDITION: As noted, very good, plus. The bbl retains 95-96% strong original blue, foreend cap 97-98% original blue and the receiver about 85% original blue, thinner on the left side. Wood is sound and retains 95% plus, original varnish except on the 3/4″ butt extension, which is a different color. Lever and hammer retain about 90% case colors turned silver on the edge of the lever. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-46604 JR17 (8,000-12,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 SEMI-DELUXE LIGHTWEIGHT TAKEDOWN RIFLE. Cal. 33WCF. Scarce semi-deluxe rifle with 24″ tapered round bbl, pedestal mounted ivory bead front sight, 2-leaf folding rear sight, uncheckered wood with capped pistol grip stock and crescent steel buttplate. SN 126561. CONDITION: Good to very good. Retains 70-75% thin original blue overall, strong on the sides of the receiver. Magazine tube is slightly bulged at the end and the takedown lever is slightly bent. Wood is sound and retains 40-50% original varnish on the stock and a fine hand-patina on the forearm with numerous small nicks and scratches. Strong bright bore, frosty in the grooves. 4-46605 JR16 (1,000-1,500)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 40-65. Standard grade carbine with 22″ bbl, full magazine, uncheckered wood, straight stock with smooth steel, carbine buttplate and a saddle ring on left side of receiver with short ladder sight on bbl. Accompanied by a Winchester Museum letter identifying this carbine as having been shipped June 15, 1898. SN 115280. CONDITION: Good. No original finish remains on the bbl and magazine tube. Receiver has traces of case colors in the sheltered areas with scattered silvered case colors. Forearm has a crack at the end and the wood has been sanded with a light finish. Worn shiny bore. 4-46667 JR20 (2,500-3,500)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 45-70. Standard grade rifle with 26″ oct. bbl, full magazine, case colored receiver and uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. Bbl is fitted with half-nickel front sight and ladder rear sight. SN 95960. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl and magazine tube retain 88-90% original finish overall with some light spotting on the bbl and a couple of dings by the front sight. Receiver retains 25-30% fading case colors, strong in sheltered areas. Wood is sound having been lightly sanded and retaining traces of original varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46521 JR12 (3,500-5,000)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 38-56. Standard grade rifle with 26″ oct. bbl, full magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. Bbl has standard rear sight and a homemade front sight. SN 61263. CONDITION: About good. No original finish remains, being a mottled silver-gray patina overall with traces of silvered case colors in the sheltered areas. Wood is sound, having been sanded with an amateur varnish. Strong dark bore. 4-46519 JR13 (750-1,250)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 SOLID FRAME LIGHTWEIGHT LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 33WCF. Extra lightweight rifle, standard grade, 24″ tapered round bbl, pedestal mounted ivory bead hunting front sight with replacement Marbles rear sight. Uncheckered wood with straight stock and hard rubber shotgun buttplate. SN 138743. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl and magazine tube retain 93-95% strong original blue. Receiver, with two plugged holes in the left side, retains about 50% original blue and the lever about 25% case colors. The wood is sound and retains about 75% original varnish. Good buttplate, bright shiny bore. 47-46523 JR11 (800-1,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 LIGHTWEIGHT TAKEDOWN RIFLE. Cal. 33WCF. Standard grade rifle with 24″ tapered round bbl, pedestal mounted ivory bead hunting front sight and replacement full buckhorn Marbles rear sight, uncheckered wood with straight stock and hard rubber shotgun buttplate. Stock and forearm are fitted with sling eyes. SN 158869. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl retains 92-94% dull original blue. Receiver 10-15% original blue with the balance a silver patina. Wood is sound and retains about 95% original varnish with numerous small handling and use marks. The foreend cap sling eye is missing. Bright shiny bore. 4-46524 JR19 (1,250-1,750)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 45-90. Very early standard grade rifle with 26″ oct. bbl, full magazine, uncheckered wood with straight stock and crescent steel buttplate. SN 2092. CONDITION: Good to very good. The metal cleaned bright and the wood is sound and lightly sanded with an old refinish. Bbl has a wrench mark over the chamber area. Strong, frosty bore. 4-46522 JR18 (1,500-2,500)

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POPE BARRELED WINCHESTER HI-WALL DELUXE SCHUTZEN RIFLE. Cal. 32-40. Beautiful Pope rifle with 31-1/2″ #3 weight oct. bbl marked on top flat with Pope’s standard marking and a left hand twist bore. Wood is nicely grained walnut with a walnut base palm rest in the forearm. Buttstock is heavy Schutzen pattern, probably a replacement, with S style grip cap and aluminum Schutzen buttplate and an attached small cheek piece. Receiver is case colored with Schutzen lever and dbl. set triggers. Bbl is fitted with globe front sight and target scope bases. Tang has a thin base, short range tang sight. The muzzle is fitted with a standard Pope 4-prong false muzzle and Pope style brass and steel bullet starter. SN 81821. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl retains 75-80% thin blue-gray. There are two small holes vertically through the side flats at the front sight dovetail. There are two corresponding holes in the receiver ring on the top, possibly an old scope mount. Wood is sound and retains most of its fine finish. Receiver and lever retain 60-70% fading case colors, strong in sheltered areas. Brilliant shiny bore. 4-46631 JR21 (8,000-15,000)

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*WINCHESTER HI-WALL TAKE-DOWN SHOTGUN. Cal. 20ga. Standard grade with 26″ full choke bbl with black tipped schnable forearm and highly figured straight stock and checkered steel buttplate. SN 109183. CONDITION: Excellent. The metal retains most of an old refinish with some fine pitting on the receiver. The forearm has been checkered in Winchester “H”-style with the buttstock uncheckered. The buttstock is probably an old replacement. Bright shiny bore with scattered light pitting. 4-46740 JR143 (1,250-2,250)

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WINCHESTER LO-WALL SPORTING RIFLE. Cal. 25WCF (25-20). Standard grade rifle with 28″ #1 weight round bbl, standard front sight with three leaf carbine style express sight, one leaf of which is broken. The top tang has a late Marbles spring loaded sight. Modestly figured wood with black tipped schnable forearm and straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. SN 58883. CONDITION: Good to very good. The bbl retains most of an old reblue over some light pitting. The receiver has traces of case color, mostly turned silver. The wood is sound with most of an old refinish. Strong dark bore with light pitting. 4-46629 JR141 (800-1,500)

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COLT DRAGOON TYPE REVOLVER. Various serial numbers including 11 on the cylinder, 14 on the bottom of the cylinder arbor, 32 on the lever and 1x on the frame. The cylinder contour is very steep on the rear. The nipples have a square base, the bolt has a round stop while the cylinder has rectangular notches. The initial K is stamped on various places on the cylinder. Several screws are replaced. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina with light surface rust overall. The thin grips retain about half of the varnish mixed with heavy denting on the right side. Mechanically needs adjustment. 4-46302 FS78 (2,000-3,000)

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*FOX STERLINGWORTH DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Fine early old American dbl. with 30″ bbls choked FULL/FULL. Box lock receiver, Parker hinge pin, marked Sterlingworth on both sides. Straight grain American walnut with splinter forearm and semi-pistol grip stock, 14″ over the original buttplate. Fitted with dbl. triggers and extractors. SN 54151. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbls retains 85-90% dull original blue, receiver 20-30% faded case colors with the balance turned silver. Wood is sound and retains most of an amateur refinish. Bright shiny bores. 4-46583 JR178 (500-800)

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COLT THIRD MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVER WITH INSCRIPTION. SN 19179, all matching, including wedge, Cal. .44. 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. “C.W. NOWELL” scratched in fancy letters on the backstrap with matching light “engraving” above and below it. Replacement hammer screw is too small. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina overall with dents and scratches on the bbl. Traces of the cylinder scene remaining. Minor chips missing from both toes of the grip. Mechanically good. 4-46318 FS77 (4,000-8,000)

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REPLICA TRANSITION COLT DRAGOON. SN 1047. Cal. .44. 7-1/2″ part oct. bbl. The markings, breech contour and other features have been changed to make this replica look like a transition dragoon. CONDITION: Good. 4-46304 FS63 (400-800)

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REPLICA COLT THIRD MODEL DRAGOON REVOLVER WITH IVORY GRIPS. SN 20856. Cal. .44, 8″ part oct. bbl. Correct type markings are placed incorrectly on the gun. The liberty carved grips are poorly carved. CONDITION: Artificially aged. 4-46316 FS103 (500-1,000)

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ASSEMBLED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER. SN 28594. Cal. 44. 8″ round bbl. The front half, grips, backstrap and possibly other parts are from a replica. The other parts have been reworked to match. CONDITION: No original finish, but good action would make a good re-enactment gun. 4-46382 FS131 (300-600)

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COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER. SN 108602, all matching. Cal. .44. 8″ round bbl. CONDITION: The bbl and the cylinder have been cleaned. The frame has been heated for color. The cartouches are visible, but not readable. There are small chips missing at the toe of both sides of the grip. Action is tight. 4-46384 FS44 (1,000-1,500)

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COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER. SN 138819, except bbl SN 135525 and wedge which is not numbered. Cal. .44. 8″ round bbl. The hammer nose has been re-welded. CONDITION: Gray patina overall with dents and moderate pitting. A large chip is missing from the right side of the grip. Both sides have been lightly sanded and varnished and the cartouches are still visible but not readable. Mechanically needs work. 4-46389 FS46 (400-800)

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COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER. SN 18469 on frame, trigger guard and backstrap, SN 18000 on bbl, no number on cylinder or wedge. Cal. 44. 7-1/4″ round bbl. Some screws and internal parts are replaced. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina with heavy dents and battering. Grips are battered around the base with chips and gouges missing. 4-46494 FS132 (400-700)

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COLT 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 79436, all matching. Cal. .36, 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. Four screw variety, cut for shoulder stock with iron backstrap and trigger guard. Sling ring mounted on the front of the trigger guard. No US markings. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina with signs of cleaning on top of bbl and backstrap. Loading lever screw is replaced. Grips have been lightly cleaned with a moderate chip missing at the bottom of the right side and another at the top. Nipples are battered. 4-46331 FS110 (1,000-1,500)

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LATE COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 171751. The lever, wedge and cylinder have no numbers, the second digit of the number on the bbl has been over-struck. The front sight has been filed down while in place affecting the finish on the bbl. CONDITION: 40% blue on bbl, 20% case hardening on the loading lever, the balance of the metal is a brown patina. Grips have about 50% varnish with light dents and nicks. Some screws are replaced. Action is good. 4-46386 FS104 (1,500-2,500)

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COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY/NAVY REVOLVER. SN 89294, all matching including wedge. Cal. .36, 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. Iron backstrap and trigger guard, “U.S.” marking on left side of frame with “U S N” on bottom of backstrap and “I / G W R” on the grip beneath it. CONDITION: Metal surfaces show an old reblue. Left grip has a large chip at the rear and a small one at the front. Both sides are well worn and probably sanded. Action is fine. 4-46330 FS109 (2,500-3,500)

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LONDON COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 94466, matching including wedge. Cal. .36, 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. Four screw variety, cut for shoulder stock, marked “-ADDRESS COL.COLT LONDON-” on top of bbl. The “COLT / PATENT” marking on the left side of the frame is faint. CONDITION: Hammer and lever have had heat applied. Balance of the metal is a brown patina with signs of cleaning and light to moderate pitting remain. No British proof marks are visible on bbl or cylinder. Some screws have been replaced. Wedge spring is missing. Backstrap and trigger guard retain about 80% of the silver. Grips are worn and have been lightly sanded and re-varnished. 4-46334 FS102 (1,000-2,000)

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COLT MODEL 1851 LONDON LONDON NAVY REVOLVER. SN 27134, matching including wedge, Cal. .36, 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. Several screws are replacement. Marked “arrow ADDRESS.COL: COLT. LONDON. arrow” on top of bbl. CONDITION: All metal surfaces have been cleaned with some chemical or heat toning. Grips are missing large chips on the left side and are heavily worn on the bottom right. They have been re-varnished and are worn again. 4-46444 FS79 (1,500-2,500)

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COLT 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 60172, all matching. Cal. .36, 7-1/2″ oct. bbl, visible, but not readable cartouches on both sides of the grip. CONDITION: Smooth brown patina overall with sharp markings and 50% cylinder scene. Backstrap and trigger guard retains about 90% of the varnish. Left side of the grip has a repair at the top and small chips at the bottom. Mechanically needs work. 4-46336 FS105 (1,500-3,000)

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225

COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 27329, all matching. Cal. .36. 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. Inspector initials appear on various parts but no cartouche is visible under the varnish on the grips. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina with moderate pitting on the recoil shield and hammer, dents on the bbl, backstrap and grips. Grips have been broken in two and repaired using wood screws. Mechanically good. 4-46329 FS107 (1,000-2,000)

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COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 173713. Cal. .36, 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. Extensive work has been done on this gun, including replaced wedge, screws and internal parts. Some numbers have been re-stamped. The front sight has been filed flat. CONDITION: Light to moderate pitting where the surfaces have not been filed, the grips have been sanded and refinished. Mechanically needs work. 4-46388 FS101 (500-700)

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MODIFIED COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 129601/S, matching except loading lever and cylinder. Cal. .36. 7-1/2″ bbl. The cylinder has been replaced with hand stamped marking added to a turned surface. Completely reblued. CONDITION: Retains most of the re-blue on bbl, frame, hammer and loading assembly. Cylinder is unfinished with light to moderate pitting. Dull varnish over dents and scratches on the grips is intact. Mechanically good. 4-46385 FS134 (400-600)

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COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 203477, matching except loading lever, which has no number. Cal. .36, 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. The front sight, lever catch, wedge spring and some screws have been replaced. The entire gun has been reblued. CONDITION: Retains most of the dull tank reblue. Grips are good with minor chips at the toe. Hammer is bright. 4-46479 FS111 (400-600)

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229

COLT DRAGOON SHOULDER STOCK. The number 12501 has been added to the yoke and butt plate to match a replica gun elsewhere in the auction. The tips which fit into the recoil shield have also been altered to fit this gun. Should be compared to known original. CONDITION: Cleaned metal with file marks and scratches, but some moderate to heavy pitting remains. Wood has large gouges on the left side and dents and scratches elsewhere. Nut has been reblued and the screws for the butt plate have been replaced. 4-46902 FS214 (1,000-2,000)

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COLT MODEL 1860 SHOULDER STOCK. SN 22570. Wood is 12-1/2″ long. CONDITION: Fine, mellow patina on brass. Traces of blue mixed with light to moderate pitting on iron parts, light marks on stock. 4-46898 FS274 (1,000-2,000)

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231

COLT ARMY SHOULDER STOCK. NSN, CONDITION: Gray patina with light to moderate pitting on attaching screw. The brass has been polished but is toning down. The wood has a few dents and scratches with a rotted place at the top of the butt plate. 4-46899 FS204 (800-1,500)

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232

*WINCHESTER LO-WALL TAKE-DOWN SPORTING RIFLE. Cal. 22LR. Standard grade rifle with 24″ #1 weight oct. bbl, ivory bead front sight with cut off sight in the rear dovetail, mounted with target scope blocks and a Lyman locking tang sight. The original forearm with black schnable tip has been amateurishly checkered and the buttstock is a replacement with high comb and cheek piece, checkered to match. SN 107545. CONDITION: As noted. The metal retains about 95% original blue, thin on the right side by the receiver. The lever retains about 30-40% strong case colors, the balance is silver. The wood retains most of its custom finish. Bright shiny bore. Mechanics need attention, the hammer does not cock on closing. 4-46630 JR142 (800-1,500)

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233

*WINCHESTER LO-WALL WINDER MUSKET. Cal. 22Short. Standard Winder musket with 28″ round bbl, pedestal mounted front sight and Lyman receiver sight mounted to the right side. The top tang is marked with “US” and flaming bomb. It has the usual long forearm and straight stock with carbine style smooth steel buttplate with sling swivel bases. The forearm and wrist are checkered with non-factory coarse Winchester style checkering. SN 123499. CONDITION: Very good. The bbl retains 92-94% thinning blue, the receiver about 95-96% strong dark blue, the wood is sound and retains most of its custom finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46633 JR140 (800-1,200)

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*WINCHESTER LO-WALL WINDER MUSKET. Cal. 22LR. Standard Winder musket with 28″ round bbl, pedestal mounted front sight, no rear sight with scope block holes on the top of the bbl with four receiver sight holes on the right side of the receiver. Usual long forearm with one bbl band and sling swivels, straight stock with carbine style buttplate. The top tang has an extra hole about the center. SN 12315. CONDITION: As noted. Otherwise excellent. Retaining most of its original finish to both metal and wood. The left side of the receiver has a series of very fine scratches. Bright shiny bore. 4-46632 JR139 (800-1,200)

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WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 FLATSIDE DELUXE LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 30US (30-40). Fine deluxe rifle with 28″ tapered round bbl, pedestal front sight, slot blank in the rear dovetail with a Lyman 21 side sight. Wood is highly figured walnut with checkered schnable tipped forearm and pistol grip stock with crescent steel buttplate. SN 485. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbl retains 85-88% original blue, thin and dull over chamber area. Receiver and magazine box retain 70-75% thin original blue. Wood is sound with a large repair at the toe and retains most of a fine old professional refinish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46610 JR298 (2,500-4,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 38-72. Standard grade rifle with 26″ tapered oct. bbl, half-nickel front sight and semi-buckhorn rear sight. Nicely figured wood with schnable tipped forearm and straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. SN 26370. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbl retains 97-99% strong bright original blue. Receiver 95-97% flaked original blue with the flaked areas a brown patina. Wood is sound and retains most of its fine original varnish with some thinning on the bottom of the forearm. Bright shiny bore. 4-46721 JR301 (3,000-5,000)

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237

*WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 30-06. Standard carbine with 22″ round bbl, pedestal front sight containing a homemade blade made from a buffalo nickel, ladder rear sight, Lyman 21 side sight, uncheckered wood with grasping groove forearm and handguard and straight stock with crescent steel buttplate with trap. Stock and bbl band have sling eyes. SN 400503. CONDITION: Sight altered, as noted, otherwise excellent retaining 96-98% strong original finish overall to both metal and wood. There are two small spots of flaking on the receiver, one on the magazine box and on the receiver sight. Wood is fine. Bright shiny bore. 4-46722 JR303 (2,000-3,000)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 30-06. Fine deluxe carbine with 22″ tapered round bbl, pedestal front sight, missing the rear sight and handguard with Lyman #21 side sight, missing the saddle ring. Wood is nicely figured and have been checkered with “H”-style checkering, checkered straight grip stock with carbine butt and sliding trap. SN 404655. CONDITION: Missing parts as noted. Bbl retains 93-95% bright blue. Receiver, traces of finish in the sheltered areas. Wood is sound and retains about all of its custom restored finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46612 JR304 (800-1,200)

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239

WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 LEVER ACTION MUSKET. Cal. 30 US (30-40). “US” marked musket with 28″ round bbl, full-length wood forearm with upper hand guard, musket rear sight and split front band with bayonet lug. Wood is uncheckered with straight stock and smooth steel buttplate with trap. Stock has a musket style swivel with the front swivel integral with the middle band. Accompanied by an original Winchester marked 1895 style short knife-bayonet with leather and steel sheath. SN 8877. CONDITION: Excellent, plus. Retains virtually all its finish to both metal and wood except on the magazine box, which is a thin silver-blue with about 80% thin blue on the sides. Wood is sound. Strong bright bore, dark in the grooves. May clean. 4-46815 JR24 (2,500-4,000)

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240

*WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 LEVER ACTION TAKEDOWN RIFLE. Cal. 35WCF. Standard grade rifle with 24″ tapered round bbl, pedestal front sight and semi-buckhorn rear sight. Wood is uncheckered, schnable tipped forearm and straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. SN 407143. CONDITION: Very good, plus. Bbl retains 95-96% strong bright original blue. Receiver retains 85-90% flaked, strong bright original blue. Lever and magazine box retain 92-95% strong bright blue. Wood is sound and retains 92-93% original varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46613 JR309 (1,250-1,750)

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241

WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 FLATSIDE LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 40-72. Standard grade rifle with 26″ tapered round bbl, Beaches front sight, modified semi-buckhorn rear sight, uncheckered wood with schnable tipped forearm and straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. SN 2169. CONDITION: Good, plus. Bbl retains a medium silver-blue-brown patina. Receiver retains 40-50% thin original blue. Magazine box and lever about 50% original blue. Wood is sound, has been lightly sanded with no original finish remaining. Worn pitted bore. 4-46540 JR310 (800-1,200)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 303 Brit. Standard grade rifle with 28″ tapered round bbl, British proofs, pedestal front sight with replacement Marbles rear sight. Uncheckered wood with schnable tipped forearm, straight stock with checkered steel buttplate. SN 84162. CONDITION: Bbl retains 70-75& thin original blue with cleaning marks. Receiver is a silver-gray patina with light surface pitting. Wood is sound and retains 70-75% original varnish with normal use and handling marks. Bright shiny bore. 4-46539 JR306 (900-1,400)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 LEVER ACTION TAKEDOWN RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. Standard grade rifle with 24″ tapered round bbl, pedestal front sight, semi-buckhorn rear sight, uncheckered wood with schnable tipped forearm and straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. SN 409286. CONDITION: About good. No original finish remains. metal is mostly cleaned bright with traces of finish around the rear sight and receiver. Wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Strong dark bore. 4-46536 JR302 (500-800)

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244

*WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 38-72. Standard grade rifle with 24-3/8″ tapered round bbl, replacement rear sight, uncheckered wood, schnable tipped forearm and straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. There are small initials “KSM” stamped on the left side of the lever. SN 22656. CONDITION: About good. No original finish remains. Metal being a silver-brown patina. Wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Strong bore, dark in the grooves. Magazine follower is broken and is attached in a bag. 4-46538 JR308 (300-500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 30-03. Standard grade rifle with 24″ tapered round bbl, pedestal front sight, semi-buckhorn rear sight, uncheckered wood, schnable tipped forearm, straight stock with crescent steel buttplate. SN 75773. CONDITION: Good. Bbl retains 20-25% thin blue with the balance silver. Receiver has been cleaned bright while the magazine box and lever retain about 60% blue. Wood is sound and retains no original finish with numerous small nicks and scratches. There is an extra hole in the upper tang. Strong bright bore, frosty in the grooves. 4-46537 JR300 (600-900)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 LEVER ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 35WCF. Standard grade rifle with 24″ tapered round bbl, pedestal front sight and semi-buckhorn rear sight. Nicely figured wood with schnable tipped forearm and straight stock with checkered steel shotgun buttplate. SN 50877. CONDITION: Good. Retains about all of an old refinish over fine pitting on the receiver. Bright shiny bore. 4-46535 JR307 (500-800)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 LEVER ACTION MUSKET. Cal. 7.62 Russian. Standard musket with 28″ bbl, pedestal front sight, musket rear sight with handguard. Uncheckered wood with full-length forearm, one bbl band and split front band with bayonet lug. It has straight stock with carbine style buttplate with trap and sling swivels. Right side of the receiver and right side of the buttstock have Russian inspector stamps. SN 234858. CONDITION: Fair to good. Metal retains little original finish with the bbl and receiver a silver-blue-gray color covered with fine surface rust. Handguard has a couple cracks, otherwise the wood is sound with an old hand-rubbed patina. Strong bore with good shine, dark in the grooves. 4-46611 JR305 (800-1,200)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 SADDLE RING CARBINE. Cal. 30-06. Standard carbine with 20-3/4″ bbl, ramp front sight, ladder rear sight. Nicely figured wood with grasping groove forearm and handguard, straight stock with carbine butt with trap. SN 414664. CONDITION: Good. Bbl cut to present length and retains about 95% bright original blue. Receiver is a mottled gray, artificially aged. Handguard has a crack at the rear, otherwise the wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Buttstock, probably from a musket, has a filled swivel hole. Bright shiny bore. 4-46534 JR299 (500-800)

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WINCHESTER LEE NAVY SPORTING RIFLE. Cal. 236 Lee Navy. Standard grade sporting rifle with 24″ tapered round bbl, German silver front sight and semi-buckhorn rear sight. Mounted in a 1-pc walnut stock with schnable tip forearm and grasping grooves with smooth steel buttplate. SN 13502. CONDITION: Excellent, plus. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with only minor sharp edge wear and light handling and storage marks. A truly fine example of the Lee Navy. 4-46782 JR135 (2,500-4,000)

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WINCHESTER LEE NAVY CIVILIAN MUSKET. Cal. 236 Lee Navy. Standard commercial musket with 28″ round bbl, square base front sight with military rear sight. 1-pc walnut stock with short hand guard and musket style buttplate with trap. It has 2-bbl bands with bayonet lug, stacking and sling swivels. SN 10539. CONDITION: Excellent, plus. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with only very minor sharp edge wear. Wood is sound with minor storage and handling nicks and scratches and a couple of minor bruises. Strong bore, dark in the grooves. 4-46808 JR137 (2,500-4,000)

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251

WINCHESTER LEE NAVY MUSKET. Cal. 236 Lee Navy. Standard Lee Navy musket with 28″ round bbl, usual military sights with sight hood, full length stock with bayonet lug and short upper hand guard. 2-bbl bands with stacking swivel and sling swivel, missing the lower sling loop. Accompanied by an original Lee Navy knife bayonet and sheath. Also accompanied by one bright metal original stripper clip. SN 19932. CONDITION: Very good. Metal retains 93-95% original blue turning plum on top of receiver, bright bolt knob with some spotted rust on the magazine well. Wood is sound and retains most of an old refinish. Bright shiny bore. Bayonet is fine with cleaned blade and handle. Crack and dings on the wood handle panels. Scabbard is fine and retains about 50% blue on the iron and generous amounts of finish on the leather. 4-46657 JR136 (2,500-4,000)

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RARE WINCHESTER LEE RIFLE CATALOG. Late 1890’s red cover catalog, 9″ x 6″ horizontal, 15 pgs. listing the military rifle, sporting rifle and specifications including the bayonet. The back inside page also depicts a Navy cartridge belt. It has cardweight red covers with the military rifle and a cartridge pictured on the front. A penciled notation on the bottom of the front states “REC’D FROM MR. WATROUS 12-4-41”. G R Watrous was a Winchester employee from 1900 until well into the 1940’s. CONDITION: About good. The corners are wrinkled and the spine worn with some rubs on the covers but the interior is crisp and clean. 4-46945-73 JR329 (300-500)

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WINCHESTER HOTCHKISS 2ND MODEL SPORTING RIFLE. Cal. 45-70. Standard rifle with 26″ oct. bbl, half-nickel front sight and Model 1873-style semi-buckhorn rear sight. 1-pc walnut stock with black tipped schnable forearm and smooth steel buttplate. SN 15402. CONDITION: Very good, plus. Bbl and receiver retains 93-95% strong original blue with one cleaned area and minor surface rust spots. Trigger guard is mostly a gray patina. Stock is fine and sound retaining 85-90% original varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46656 JR133 (2,000-3,500)

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WINCHESTER 1ST MODEL HOTCHKISS SPORTING RIFLE. Cal. 45-70. Standard sporting rifle with 26″ oct. bbl, 800yd 1873 marked ladder sight, 1-pc walnut stock with black tipped schnable forearm with smooth steel shotgun buttplate. SN 3688. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl and receiver retain 92-94% strong original blue with some thin spots on the bbl. Trigger guard retains about 50% thin blue and the buttplate about 70% blue. Stock is sound having been cleaned but not sanded with only traces of original finish remaining. Bright shiny bore. 4-46783 JR131 (2,500-4,000)

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WINCHESTER 1ST MODEL HOTCHKISS CARBINE. Cal. 45-55. Standard carbine with 24″ round bbl, square base front sight and 1000yd rear sight. 1-pc walnut stock with single band and saddle ring attached to the left side with carbine-type smooth steel buttplate. SN 12277. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbl and receiver retains 92-93% original blue turning dull over the chamber area, trigger guard about 75% dull blue and buttplate about 90% bright blue. Wood is sound and retains most of its original oil finish with some loss around the saddle ring. Bright shiny bore. 4-46655 JR130 (2,000-3,000)

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MARTIALLY MARKED WINCHESTER COMPOSITE HOTCHKISS CARBINE. Cal. 45-70. Standard carbine with 24″ round bbl, square base front sight with windage carbine rear sight mounted in a 2nd Model carbine stock with brass hinged foreend tip containing a 2-pc wiping rod. Chamber area is marked with standard US, Navy and Springfield markings and may be an altered Navy musket bbl. 1-pc stock has a sling ring on left side with carbine-style smooth steel buttplate. SN 1200. CONDITION: Bbl and receiver are mostly a plum-brown patina with blue in sheltered areas with pitting and artificial aging around the front sight. The two cut-off plate screws are missing. Stock is fine and retains most of its original finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46674 JR134 (500-1,500)

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WINCHESTER HOTCHKISS 2ND MODEL NAVY MUSKET. Cal. 45-70. Standard musket with 28″ round bbl, square base front sight for socket bayonet and windage musket rear sight with usual US, Naval and Springfield inspector marks and Henry Nettelton inspector marks. It has 1-pc walnut stock with two bbl bands and cleaning rod with carbine style buttplate. SN 5221. CONDITION: Excellent. Metal retains most of a fine restored blue, the wrist has a couple of repairs and the stock overall, retains a fine refinish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46654 JR132 (1,500-2,500)

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WINCHESTER HOTCHKISS 3RD MODEL MUSKET. Cal. 45-70. Usual configuration with 28″ round bbl, square based front sight, musket rear sight, case colored receiver, long forearm with bayonet lug at the front end and 2 bbl bands. Buttstock has straight grip and smooth carbine style buttplate. Top tang is marked “MODEL OF 1883”. SN 81838. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbl retains 93-95% strong original blue. Receiver 50-60% case colors, brilliant in sheltered areas with the balance turned gray. Wood is sound and retains most of its original finish with minor nicks and scratches. Missing the wiping rod. 4-46784 JR138 (2,500-4,000)

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258

RARE ENGRAVED COLT BABY DRAGOON REVOLVER. SN 8062, matching except for replaced wedge. Cal. .31, 6″ oct. bbl. Full length engraved with light scroll without background. The marking on the bbl “ADDRESS SAM L / NEW. YORK CITY” with teardrops at each end, is on the bbl reading from breech to muzzle. The “COLTS / PATENT” markings on the left side of the frame and on the cylinder are done with the same two stamps. CONDITION: Gray patina with light pitting overall. Cylinder scene is mostly gone. 80% silver on backstrap and trigger guard. Grips are worn flat at the high spots. Mechanically fine. 4-46322 FS173 (7,000-11,000)

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ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. SN 65460/2/. Cal. .31. 6″ oct. bbl. Engraved “SAMl Colt” on top of bbl. and “COLTS / PATENT” on the left side of frame. The period below the serial number usually indicated an engraved gun. The 2 above the serial number possibly indicates a pair. Light scroll engraving with punch dot background overall with wolves heads on the side of the hammer. CONDITION: Gray patina overall with faint traces of blue on the bottom of the bbl. Cylinder is lightly pitted but still retains a decent scene. Backstrap and trigger guards have about 90% of the silver remaining. The deluxe walnut grips retain about 90% of the slightly dull varnish. Front sight blade is possibly a replacement. 4-46327 FS20 (4,000-6,000)

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ENGRAVED COLT LONDON POCKET REVOLVER. SN 7718, all matching, including wedge. Cal. .31, 6″ oct. bbl. Typical light scroll British engraving “Colts/Patent” engraved in fancy letters on left side of frame. “ADDRESS.COL:COLT / LONDON” in brackets on top of bbl.. Deluxe walnut grips. CONDITION: All surfaces have been cleaned and only traces of finish remain but the metal and wood are both smooth. Cylinder scene is fine and the pins on the back of the cylinder are sharp. 4-46325 FS91 (2,000-3,500)

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ENGRAVED COLT POCKET REVOLVER. SN 48529, all matching including wedge. Cal. .31, 5″ oct. bbl. The original wooden grips accompany the lot. Ivory grips with raised carved Mexican eagle are later. The engraving features very wide leafy scrolls with coarse background cross-hatching. Bbl and patent marking are both hand engraved. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina overall with light pitting, moderate on the cylinder. Cylinder scene is fair. Original grips have lost finish due to mildew and the ivory grips are fine. 4-46326 FS100 (2,000-3,000)

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ENGRAVED POCKET NAVY CONVERSION REVOLVER. SN 20000 / IE, all matching numbers except grips, which are not numbered. Cal. .38 RF, 4-1/2″ oct. bbl. Frame and bbl engraved and light scrolls with no background. Hammer had wolves heads on the side but both had been defaced with the addition of the firing pin. Grips are probably replacements but in very fine condition. Although the serial number “IE” calls for ivory grips an original pair of walnut grips carrying original serial number of the gun accompanies the lot. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina overall with light dents and scratches. 4-46342 FS90 (2,000-3,000)

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CUSTOM ENGRAVED COLT POCKET NAVY REVOLVER. SN 12835, except loading lever which has no number. Cal. .36, 4-1/2″ oct. bbl. The frame and hammer are done in the style of Gustave Young and possibly in his shop. The cylinder bbl and loading lever, while done in the same style, are by two different hands. The ivory grips fit well. CONDITION: All metal surfaces cleaned of finish. Grips are fine. Mechanically needs work. 4-46340 FS83 (1,000-1,500)

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FINE COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 13503, all matching. Cal. .31, 4-1/2″ round bbl. Screw in cylinder variety. CONDITION: 70% bright blue on frame, missing on the backstrap. Traces of thinning blue remain on the bbl. The case hardening on the top of the hammer is bright but mostly faded on the lower half and on the loading lever. Grips have light wear at the bottom but retain most of the varnish and a tiny chip is missing at the inside top. Action is good. Cylinder scene is light but mostly visible. 4-46929 FS119 (2,500-5,000)

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COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 11516, matching except the ivory grips are 4947. Cal. .31. 3-1/2″ round bbl. CONDITION: 75% blue overall with scratches and spots of light pitting. The cylinder scene is sharp but is mixed with light pitting. The case hardening colors are good on the loading levers, very dark on the hammer. Grips have many natural age cracks, but are still solid. 4-46891 FS33 (1,500-2,000)

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COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 1156, all matching. Cal. 31. 3-1/2″ oct. bbl. Fluted cylinder with patent marking in one of the flutes. The frame is cracked above the cylinder pin lock on the left side. CONDITION: 50% blue overall, mostly missing on the cylinder. The grip is battered around the bottom and is missing several chips around the front. Mechanically needs adjustment. 4-46345 FS142 (1,000-2,000)

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COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 17460, all matching. Cal. .28. 3-1/2″ oct. bbl. CONDITION: 80% blue on frame with some dents around the hammer. Traces of blue on bbl and cylinder, both mixed with light surface rust and pitting. The cylinder scene is good. Grips are fine with 90% varnish, flaked on the bottom. Mechanically good. 4-46343 FS34 (1,000-1,500)

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COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 2313, all matching. Cal. 31. 3-1/2″ oct. bbl. CONDITION: 75% finish overall. Slightly fading case hardening colors on hammer and loading lever. The grips have two tiny chip repairs and are possibly refinished. Mechanically fine. 4-46450 FS145 (1,250-2,500)

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COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 13506, all matching. Cal. .28. 3-7/16″ oct. bbl. Standard markings on bbl with pointing hand at front and three plus signs. From Sam Pachanian Collection. CONDITION: 50% blue overall with light pitting, dents and scratches. Faint traces of case hardening on the loading lever. Cylinder scene is good. Mechanically fine. 4-46895 FS28 (1,100-2,200)

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COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 9141, all matching. Cal. 31. 4 7/16″ round bbl. CONDITION: 60% blue on frame with areas of light pitting around the cylinder. The bbl and the cylinder are bare. The grips are fine with small chips at the toe. Mechanically good. 4-46452 FS143 (1,000-2,000)

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COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 11963, all matching. Cal. 31. 3-1/2″ round bbl. Screw-in cylinder variety. CONDITION: 75% thinning blue on the frame. Traces of case hardening on the hammer and loading lever. The cylinder and bbl have a gray patina with light pitting. About 50% of the cylinder scene remains. The grips are fine with wear at the high spots. 4-46349 FS144 (1,500-2,500)

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LOT OF COLT FLAP HOLSTERS. 1) For Colt Navy. CONDITION: Seam mostly unsewn, belt loop good, much flaking and grazing to the black finish. 2) For Colt Pocket, with copper tie-down button. CONDITION: Fair, the eyelet or tie-down is torn, the finish has about 2/3 flaked off, there are two cuts in body. 4-47461 FS234 (100-300)

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FLAP HOLSTER FOR 1860 ARMY REVOLVER. CONDITION: Much cracking overall but most of the finish remains, the seam is weak but still sewn. 4-47462 FS235 (100-300)

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LARGE FRAME SMITH & WESSON VOLCANIC PISTOL SERIAL NUMBER 1. Serial number matching on frame under grips, on both grips, on rear sight, links and bottom of bolt. These numbers are slightly larger then those found on other Smith & Wesson Volcanics and might be redone. Cal. .41 Volcanic, 8″ part oct. bbl. Marked “SMITH&WESSON / NORWICH.CT. / PATENT / CAST-STEEL” on top of the bbl. CONDITION: The screws and marking show slight signs that the gun was possibly refinished although the engraving is sharp. Grips are sharp but have no finish. Action is slightly sticky due to the hammer notches. A comparison with a known completely original specimen is recommended. 4-46938 FS121 (8,000-12,000)

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275

SMALL FRAME VOLCANIC PISTOL SERIAL NUMBER ONE. The serial number is on the frame, under the grips and on the grips. Marked on bbl “NEW HAVEN CONN. PATENT FEB 14. 1854” The face of the hammer has a dovetail insert to compensate for wear. The number 637 appears on both pieces of the bolt. CONDITION: Mellow patina on brass with two notches at the left side of the grip opening. The bbl is lightly pitted overall. Mechanically fine. 4-46936 FS1 (5,000-8,000)

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276

COLT PATERSON BELT REVOLVER. SN 698, all matching except wedge which is a replacement. Cal. .34, 5-1/2″ oct. bbl. Patent Arms M’g Co Paterson, N-J Colt’s Pt. with a bow tie at each end marked on top of the bbl. Round back cylinder. CONDITION: Gray patina with light surface rust and scattered spots of light pitting. The grip has a natural flaw on the right side where a branch was imbedded. It is open on one end and slightly cracked. A small chip is missing at the top of the right grip. The initials “NT” are scratched on the left side. The cylinder scene is barely visible. 4-46311 FS265 (15,000-25,000)

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277

COLT PATERSON BELT REVOLVER. SN 164, all matching. Cal. .34, 4-1/2″ oct. bbl. Patent Arms M’g Co. Paterson, N-J Colt’s Pt. with bow tie at each end marked on top of the bbl. Squareback cylinder. CONDITION: Gray patina with light pitting overall. The grips are very good with minor chips on both sides. The cylinder scene is barely visible. Action is good. 4-46310 FS266 (15,000-25,000)

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278

COLT PATERSON BELT MODEL BULLET MOLD. Single cavity. CONDITION: Gray patina with scattered spots of rust stains and pitting. The wooden handles retain traces of the black painted finish. There is a burn mark at the top of one handle. 4-46940 FS267 (3,000-5,000)

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279

COPY OF COLT PATERSON HOLSTER OR TEXAS MODEL REVOLVER. SN 33. Cal. .36, 9″ oct. bbl. A letter from Colt in 1957 authenticates this as a real gun but it is not. Incorrect features include the marking on the bbl, the rifling, the general shape and configuration of the gun. This could be used as an example if one could not afford a better one. CONDITION: Artificially aged. 4-46300 FS269 (1,000-2,000)

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280

COLT PATERSON BELT MODEL HOLSTER. This 7″ oilcloth holster came with lot #278 and seems to fit well but it has no markings. CONDITION: Much of the black oil or tar finish has flaked off especially along the edges. 4-46941 FS268 (1,000-1,500)

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281

VERY RARE 2ND MODEL COLT PATERSON RING TRIGGER REVOLVING RIFLE. SN 333, matching numbers on frame, bbl, cylinder, wedge, arbor, rotating ring, lever and loading lever. Cal. .44 rifled with eleven grooves with a 26″ oct. bbl. Proper “Patent Arms M’g. Co. Paterson, N.J.-Colt’s Pt.” marking engraved on top of bbl with star and sine wave line at each end. A rear sight was cut in the bbl about midway but it has been removed and the slot filled with a blank. An extra wedge has been added at the rear of the bbl lug, it is not numbered. The Republic of Texas ordered 50 of these rifles twice in 1839. None of the delivered guns has been identified. CONDITION: Gray patina with scattered rust stains and light pitting on the bbl. The cylinder has traces of blue, the cylinder scene is faintly visible and there are a number of dents and scratches on it. The breech ring has about 80% blue, the tang about 40%. The bottom part of the frame has strong areas of blue in protected areas, gray-blue patina elsewhere. The spring that holds the lever against the barrel has been replaced and is broken again. This was one of the weak points of the Paterson rifles. The stock has been lightly sanded and refinished. There is also blue on the numbered wedge. An important early Colt rifle. 4-46504 FS252 (15,000-30,000)

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282

VERY RARE COLT PATERSON MODEL 1839 U.S. CARBINE. SN 377 on bbl, arbor, and buttplate 630 on cylinder and 332 on rotating ring, there is no SN on the wedge or loading lever. Cal. .54 smooth bore, 24″ 16-sided to round bbl. Only 360 of these were purchased by the US Government in four separate orders. Marked “Patent Arms M’g. Co. Paterson, N.J.-Colt’s Pt.” with star and sine wave at each end on the right side of the bbl. “PATENT ARMS MAN’Y. PATERSON JERSEY” on circumference of cylinder with three cartouches, one containing two ships, the other is not visible. “W L ORMSBY” is stamped at right angles across the “P” in Patent. There is a faint “WAT” inspector mark on the left side of the stock above the rear of the trigger guard. Note the unusual shape of the trigger guard. The flash guard at the nose of the hammer is broken off and is missing. The wedge does not have a number and the tip of the catch spring is broken off. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina overall with light pitting at the breech. The wood has many dents and scratches including three where a large headed screw has struck the right side near the butt. Mechanically very good. 4-46507 FS253 (20,000-30,000)

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283

COLT PATERSON MODEL 1839 CARBINE. SN 656, all visible numbers matching. Cal. .54 smooth bore, 23-7/8″ 16-sided to round bbl. A sight has been added to the rear of the bbl and is broken, the nose of the hammer is also broken. Marked “Patent Arms M’g. Co. Paterson, N.J.-Colt’s Pt.” with star and sine wave at each end on the left side of the bbl. “PATENT ARMS MAN’Y. PATERSON JERSEY” on circumference of cylinder with three cartouches, one containing two ships, the other is not visible. “W L ORMSBY” is stamped at right angles across the “P” in Patent. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina overall with light to moderate pitting. The bbl is battered around the attachment point for the loading lever. The top of the bbl has been filed, possibly to remove an incorrect marking. Wood has many light dents and chips and has been sanded and refinished. Action is good, the retaining spring on the loading lever is broken. 4-46505 FS254 (15,000-20,000)

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284

COLT PATERSON MODEL 1839 SHOTGUN. SN 162 except wedge SN 174. Cal. .16ga, 26-1/4″ round bbl. Marked “Patent Arms M’g. Co. Paterson, N.J.-Colt’s Pt.” with star and sine wave at each end on the left side of the bbl. A large rear sight is installed at the rear of the bbl. There is a German silver plaque inlaid in the upper tang. The cylinder scene on the 3-1/2″ cylinder is different with a large running buck in one cartouche, the balance is illegible. CONDITION: The bbl retains about half of the damascus pattern finish. The rest of the metal has a brownish to blue-brown patina. There are a number of dents at the top of the bbl and front of the cylinder. The wedge has been reblued. Wood has numerous handling marks including small cracks at the lower tang and a gouge at the buttplate. 4-46503 FS256 (10,000-15,000)

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285

COLT PATERSON MODEL 1839 CARBINE. SN 500 on all parts except wedge, SN 494. Cal. .54 smooth bore, 24-3/8″ 16-sided to round bbl. Marked “Patent Arms M’g. Co. Paterson, N.J.-Colt’s Pt.” with star and sine wave at each end on the left side of the bbl. The cylinder does not have the rolled marking and is possibly an expert replacement. This also has the later rotating mechanism with the ratchet on the rear of the cylinder rather than on the rotating ring attached to the arbor. CONDITION: The bbl has a thin brown finish. The frame, trigger guard and upper tang are blue. The lower frame has about half of the faded case hardening colors on it. The cylinder is also blued. The stock is missing tiny chips at the action but retains about 90% of the varnish. Sling swivels have been installed, the bottom of the stock and the front of the bbl lug. Mechanically excellent. 4-46506 FS255 (10,000-15,000)

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286

EXTREMELY RARE & POSSIBLY UNIQUE COLT MODEL 1855 SPORTING CARBINE. SN 559. Cal. .40, 18″ part oct. bbl. This transition carbine has features of both the 1st Model and 2nd Model, Model 1855 carbine. Only forty of the Model 1855 carbines were made with an 18″ bbl and only ten were built in .40 cal. making this one of the rarest Colts ever made. 1st Model features include a smooth round cylinder and the oiler on the left side of the frame. The wood full-length forearm has heretofore only been found on 2nd Models. The bbl is marked with “COLT’S PT. / 1856” in one set of brackets and “ADDRESS COL. COLT / HARTFORD CT. U.S.A.” inside a second set of brackets. A folding rear sight is milled into the top of the frame. The 2-pc cleaning rod is half under the bbl and half under a trap in the buttplate. There are sling swivels mounted at the rear of the trigger guard strap and on the bbl band at the front of the stock. The cylinder scene consists of the SN between two etched lines with “COLT’S PATENT” above and “SPORTING RIFLE” below as well as a forest scene of two deer running from a man pointing a gun. A letter from R. L. Wilson points out all of the features of this gun and assesses their rarity. CONDITION: Blue-brown patina on the bbl, 20% blue on the frame, mostly smooth gray patina. The cylinder scene is worn in one area and the rear of the cylinder is badly battered from dry firing. The deluxe walnut stock is fine with light scratches and some loss due to oil. The right side of the frame in front of the cylinder is battered, the oiler is functional. Action is fine. 4-46920 FS259 (25,000-50,000)

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287

COLT MODEL 1855 BRITISH SADDLE RING CARBINE. SN 10080. Cal. .577, 21″ part oct. bbl. Three leaf side graduated 100, 300, 600. Marked “COL.COLT HARTFORD CT.U.S.A.” in a groove on top of the frame and “PATENTED SEPT. 10TH 1860” in one of the flutes of the cylinder. The Colt’s patent markings in the left side of the frame were mostly removed in the finishing. British proof marks on the bbl and each chamber of the cylinder, brass trigger guard and buttplate. CONDITION: 75% blue on the sides of the frame and on the cylinder, otherwise mostly cleaned to a gray patina with scattered light surface rust and pitting. The deluxe wood has minor handling marks and two scratches on the left side at the frame. Action is fine. 4-46673 FS257 (5,000-10,000)

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288

COLT MODEL 1855 REVOLVING SHOTGUN. SN 146. Cal. 10ga., 26-3/4″ part oct. bbl. Standard markings on frame and cylinder, the ramrod is a replacement. CONDITION: Blue-brown patina with light pitting, moderate on top of frame. Strong traces of blue on the cylinder. The deluxe walnut stock has been broken through the wrist and professionally repaired and refinished. Mechanically excellent. 4-46508 FS258 (5,000-8,000)

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289

IMPORTANT AND EXTREMELY RARE WHITWORTH CONFEDERATE SNIPER RIFLE. SN C529. Cal. .450 Whitworth Hexagonal, 32-13/16″ bbl. Marked “WHITWORTH RIFLE Co MANCHESTER” on the lockplate with Birmingham proof marks and the serial number C529 on the upper left quadrant of the bbl. The trigger guard is marked “2nd QUALITY” behind the trigger. The initials “JSW” are neatly carved into the bottom of the stock in front of the trigger guard. The brass tube Davidson telescope was adjusted for elevation by turning the knurled knob on the right side of the forearm. This loosened the clamp on the left side so the 1-1/2″ bar graduated in 1/16 inch increments, with numbers from 0 to 4, could be raised and lowered, pivoting on the rear mount secured by the rear lockplate screw. The normal bbl sights could be used for normal short range shooting. There is extensive documentation on the acquisition of this rifle in Georgia along with correspondence regarding the use of these guns during the Civil War. This gun was originally found with the telescopic sight missing, which was later located and put back on the rifle. From the known Confederate ordnance documents only 250 of these rifles were purchased by the Confederate Government and only twenty or thirty were run through the blockade to the Confederacy in 1862. A recent letter from noted Whitworth Authorities Dr. D. W. Bailey & W. S. Curtis who will soon be publishing an authoritative book on the Whitworth rifles include the following comments regarding this specific gun. “The telescope mounted Whitworth ‘2nd Quality’ no. C529 Rifle described here conforms to the specification of all the other known surviving examples of the Confederate Purchase Special Arms. Specifically, it is in the correct serial number range, the simple form of the iron sights, two bbl bands, lack of a safety bolt, common breech rather than patent breech, very short muzzle projection beyond the forend cap (note that the bbl appears to have lost 3/16″ at the muzzle, it should be 33″ exactly), the method of mounting the telescope the form of the chequering and everything else about it confirm this. The total number shipped in this telescopic configuration is not known but only 8 have been traced up to this moment.” One identical to this gun, is pictured in Firearms of the Confederacy, plate XXIII and discussed on pages 27 and 28. An extremely rare and authentic Confederate snipers rifle in “out -of-the-attic” condition. This rifle will be featured in two books currently in progress, as noted in the attached document. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall with moderate to heavy pitting at the breach. The wood is worn and has minor dents and gouges along with flaws mentioned above. The very rare Davidson scope has traces of the black finish on the brass tube and more of it on the eyepiece. There is a small chip in the rear lens of the telescope causing an occlusion in the viewing field. This does not affect the overall view of the scope or crosshairs and is easily fixed. This is an extraordinarily rare Confederate used sniper rifle that probably represents a once in a lifetime to acquire such an example. 4-46770 (10,000-20,000)

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290

FINE & RARE WHITWORTH SHARPSHOOTER’S RIFLE. SN C777. Cal. .450 Whitworth hexagonal. 36″ round bbl with Rigby flats at the rear, marked “WHITWORTH PATENT” on top of the bbl. “WHITWORTH / RIFLE CO /PATENT” on the side of the rear sight base. “WHITWORTH RIFLE CO. MANCHESTER” on the lock. The lock, trigger guard and bbl tang, are engraved with light scrolls. The straight English walnut stock is checkered up the wrist on the forearm. This rifle has both military and civilian features and may have been Confederate used. It retains a rare and original bayonet. There is a sling button behind the trigger plate on bottom of stock and a swivel on the front bbl back. The adjusting pinion for the rear sight is missing. A recent letter from noted Whitworth rifle authorities Dr. D. W. Bailey & W. S. Curtis who are currently doing a research project of Whitworth rifles which will eventually result in a definitive reference book. States as follows “The Whitworth rifle SN C777 described here is a rare variation lying between the more common commercial military and semi-military models and the true half stocked target rifles. It incorporates many of the elements of the Whitworth fine quality early 30″ sporting rifles, but combines them with the full stocked 36″ bbl banded military style. Specifically, these are the sporting lock for the single side nail, the bbl bar and sporting type of percussioning, the spur trigger guard and the sporting style engraving which is considerably more ornate than any other model. To date we have only identified 8 of these highbreds from the 556 Whitworth’s recorded out of the total factory production of some 5,500 which were made.” CONDITION: Considerable original brown on the bbl mixed with light surface rust. The trigger guard and butt plate, show some original blue. The wood is fine with minor dents and scratches. Action is excellent. 4-46771 (7,500-15,000)

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290A.

SCARCE BOOK ON CONFEDERATE WHITWORTH RIFLES. Titled THE CONFEDERATE WHITWORTH SHARPSHOOTERS by John Anderson Morrow. Published 1989 and author signed. This paperback book of 88 pages explores in great detail the use of the Whitworth Sniper rifle by Confederate sharpshooters during the U.S. Civil War. Rifles and accoutrements being sold elsewhere in this auction are displayed and described in great detail. CONDITION: Good to very good, minor damage to the spine, coffee stain at the top with notes on the fly-leaf otherwise fine, clean pages. 4-46946-75 JR352 (100-200)

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291

LOT OF SHOOTING EQUIPMENT FOR WHITWORTH RIFLE. Including empty box for “10 PATENT HEXAGONAL PROJECTILES” by Manchester Ordnance & Rifle Co. CONDITION: Stained on one end, slightly dirty. Soldered tin box identified as grease or wax for snipers rifle. One side has “COPPER CAxxxD” stamped into it. A red Japan tin box for 40 approximately .45 cal. bullets with a removable tray containing one Whitworth projectile and four fired .45 cal. Bullets and a flat tin bullet box for the twenty .45 Cal. bullets. These tins are shown on page 13 of The Confederate Whitworth Sharpshooters by John Morrow (Lot 290A). CONDITION: Bubbling of Japan finish on lid, otherwise fine. Flat black Japan tin box for 20 .45 cal bullets. CONDITION: Most of the Japaning is gone, otherwise fine. 4-47443 FS213 (500-1,000)

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292

RICHMOND CARBINE. NSN. Cal. .58, 25″ part oct. bbl. Dated 1862 at the rear of the lock marked “C.S. / RICHMOND,VA.” at the front. “U” inspector mark on the right side of the two bbl bands. The rear sight in incorrectly installed and is probably a replacement. There is a piece of paper probably cut from a Bannerman catalogue varnished to the stock. The original leather sling is broken and the buckle is detached, but present. Brass buttplate and forearm tip. Faint traces proof marks at the rear of the bbl appear to be Harper’s Ferry. The interior of the lock is very dirty. CONDITION: The bbl and bands are mostly a light gray patina. The lock has splotches of light rust and pitting. The stock has numerous dents, scratches and a sizeable gouge on the comb but is still solid. The sling is dry and cracking. 4-46548 FS240 (10,000-20,000)

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293

RARE MURRAY MISSISSIPPI RIFLE. NSN. Cal. .58, 33″ round bbl. Marked “W.C.X” on the right side in front of the bolster and “AW /P” on the right side. A faint “V / P / eagle” is at the very rear. A cutting, possibly from a Bannerman catalogue is varnished to the stock. The stock has “W.C.K” and “L.H” inspector marks on the left side. The inside of the patchbox is stamped “J.L.R”. There is a hole for a spare nipple. CONDITION: Rust brown patina with heavy pitting at the breech of the bbl. The lock has a splotchy appearance. The “J.P. MURRAY / COLUMBUS GA” marking in front of the hammer is very sharp. The hammer screw is a replacement. The brass has a mellow patina. The wood is fine with light dents and scratches with a couple of chips missing around the lock. 4-46571 FS241 (10,000-15,000)

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294

RICHMOND MUSKET. NSN. Cal. .61, 40″ round bbl. Dated 1862 at the rear of the lock, which is marked “C.S. / RICHMOND,VA.” at the front. Dated 1859 at the rear of the bbl with “US” proofs. The inspector cartouches have been gouged out of the left side of the stock. All furniture is U.S. The rear sight is probably a replacement. It has a canvas and leather sling. A description cut from Bannerman catalogue is varnished to the stock. CONDITION: All metal has been cleaned and is now starting to tone, but scratching from the abrasive still remains. The wood shows normal handling with a small gouge in the cone and several gouges at the bottom of the stock. The sling is dry and cracked, the action is good. 4-46546 FS242 (4,000-8,000)

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295

RARE CONFEDERATE ROBINSON COPY OF A SHARP’S CARBINE. SN 376. Cal. 54. 21 5/8″ round bbl. The lock and bbl are both dated 1862 and have the full three line marking “S.C.ROBINSON. / ARMS MANUFACTORY. / RICHMOND.VA”. A paper tag, probably from a Bannerman Catalogue, is varnished to the stock. CONDITION: Rust brown patina overall. The wood has normal breaks on forearm with long crack on the bottom and large chip missing from the right side. The butt has been broken through wrist area and crudely repaired. The brass butt plate has a large casting flaw in the top. The breech block is probably a replacement from an original Sharps, although it matches the condition of the gun and has been with it for a long time. 4-46561 FS146 (10,000-15,000)

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295A.

DICKSON NELSON & CO CONFEDERATE RIFLE LOCKPLATE. Marked “DICKSON / NELSON & CO. / C.S.” in front of the hammer and “ALA. / 1864” at the tail. The interior parts all appear to be original. The hammer is a replacement. CONDITION: Gray patina with light to moderate pitting outside, grease, dirt and rust inside with some blue showing. 4-47442 FS211 (500-1,000)

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295B.

CONFEDERATE MUSKET LOCKPLATE. Marked “FAYETTEVILLE” at the front of the lockplate, 1863 at the rear with an eagle over “CSA” in between. All parts appear to be original including the interior parts. CONDITION: Gray patina with spots of light surface rust and areas of light pitting. The interior is covered with dry grease and rust. 4-47110 FS210 (500-1,000)

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295C.

FINE AUSTRIAN SWORD/BAYONET. 22-1/2″ single forward straight blade marked “C. S.” on the right side along with a crown over the number eight. The makers mark “M & RH” is on top of the blade. The socket, which also acts as the grip accepts a 7/8″ bbl with a heavy spring retainer. CONDITION: Appears to have a nickel plate, which is not as old as the blade but was applied without polishing the markings. 4-46928 FS279 (500-800)

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295D.

TIFFANY IMPORT CIVIL WAR SWORD. 35-3/4″ double forward blade, is marked “TIFFANY & CO / NEW-YORK” on the right ricasso, “T.D.L” on the left. It has a heavy iron guard and pummel. The wrap is missing from the grip. The iron scabbard has been bent with resulting cracks and dents. CONDITION: The blade has been ground but some pitting and rust remains. The guard, pummel, and scabbard have deep pits, the scabbard has been painted black. 4-47103 FS278 (200-400)

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295E.

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS ROTC SWORD. 30″ single fuller blade with etched military designs, marked “JACOB / REED’S SONS / PHILADELPHIA / PA” on the left ricasso. The scabbard is plated metal and it has the chamois cover. CONDITION: The blade is bright. There is moderate rust on the drag of the scabbard. There are two chips and some insect damage to the bone grip. The cover is water stained and split. 4-47104 FS277 (150-250)

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295F.

GEORGIA PIKE. 12″x1-5/8″ double edge blade is marked “C S A”. It appears to have been made from a file. The collar has been lap brazed and has separate 17-1/4″ hand riveted ears. The 84″ shaft also has a metal butt, and this appears to be welded. CONDITION: All metal is lightly pitted except the ears which have a black paint finish over the rough surface. A number 6260 has been scratched in this black surface. 4-47105 FS280 (1,000-1,500)

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296

COLT GATLING MODEL 1890. SN 499. Cal. .45-70. 32″ round to hexagonal bbls. The gun has been restored. Tripod was made recently for display. Position 1 has bbl #1 with RAC proofs from another gun and bolt #9 with assembly #103 and no inspector mark. Position 2 has an original RAC bbl #2 with bolt #8 and assembly K59 with RAC proofs. Position 3 has an original bbl with RAC proofs and bolt #3 with assembly #143 and RAC proofs. Position 4 has the original bbl with RAC proofs and bolt #8 with assembly K51 with RAC proofs. Position 5 has a #6 bbl with DFC proofs and #20 bolt with assembly 116 and DFC proofs. Position 6 has a newer RAC bbl with #6 on it, bolt #8 with assembly K60 and RAC proofs. Position 7 has a replaced #7 bbl with RAC proofs and #7 bolt with assembly 189 and RAC proofs. Position 8 has the original bbl with RAC proofs and #2 bolt with assembly 151 and no inspector marks. Position 9 has the original bbl with RAC proofs and bolt #8 and assembly K41 with RAC proofs. Position 10 has #9 bbl with DFC proofs and a new bolt by Anderson. The bolt retracting plug and chain are new, the spring and screw for the magazine plate catch are missing. Both parts of the magazine plate, for the Bruce Feed, are numbered “8”. The number N47102 has been stamped in 7/16″ high letters on the lower left quadrant of the breech housing. RAC inspector marks are found on the magazine plate, the frame, the breech housing, the Cacsabel and traversing rod slide. Two stick magazines accompany the gun, but are not correct. CONDITION: The engraved markings on the breech housing are fine. There are a number of dents on the brass parts, the iron parts are generally smooth gray patina with scattered light to moderate pitting. The reproduction tripod and yoke are like new. The mechanism is fine. 4-46817 FS372 (45,000-75,000)

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297

COLT BABY DRAGOON REVOLVER. SN 2879. Cal. .31. 4″ oct. bbl. The serial numbers are all matching but the one on the cylinder has been added recently. The “COLT/PATENT” marking on the cylinder has also been re-stamped and is upside down. CONDITION: Gray-brown patina overall with scattered light pitting. The cylinder scene is about 2/3 visible. 25% silver on backstrap and trigger guard. Grips have been repaired, sanded and refinished but have new scratches and dent. Only two stop notches on hammer. 4-46321 FS23 (1,100-2,200)

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298

COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. SN 152106, all matching, including wedge. Cal. .31, 5″ oct. bbl. The iron backstrap has a brazed repair at the top. It has been reblued. CONDITION: 85% blue on the bbl with splotches of white and some scratching. The case hardening colors on the frame and loading lever also have these spots, which are probably chemical in nature. Left side of the grip has been split from top to bottom and poorly repaired. Action is fine. 4-46328 FS89 (1,500-2,500)

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299

COLT POCKET NAVY REVOLVER. SN 2944, matching except lever and wedge which have no numbers. Cal. .36. 6-1/2″ oct. bbl. The rear of the bbl has been filed to tighten the head space, but the SN remains intact. CONDITION: Blue-gray patina overall with light surface rust. The bbl marking is only partly readable. Grips are heavily worn at the base but retain some original varnish. 4-46391 FS37 (700-1,100)

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300

COOPER DOUBLE ACTION NAVY REVOLVER. SN 1379, all matching. Cal. .36, 6″ oct. bbl. Standard 3-line markings on top of bbl. CONDITION: Rust-brown patina overall with light to moderate pitting on the bbl and cylinder. Grips are worn at the base and battered on the bottom. Action is functional but the back of the bbl is heavily worn. 4-46841 FS116 (500-800)

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301

COLT MODEL 1863 POCKET NAVY REVOLVER. SN 15343, all matching except loading lever, which has no numbers. Cal. .36, 4-1/2″ oct. bbl. CONDITION: Gray patina with dents and light to moderate pitting. Grips retain about 60% of the varnish with ware at the base and along the backstrap. About half the cylinder scene remains. Mechanically needs work. 4-46339 FS117 (500-900)

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302

COLT WELLS FARGO REVOLVER. SN 99321, all matching. Cal. .31. 3″ oct. bbl. CONDITION: Traces of silver on backstrap and trigger guard, otherwise gray patina with light pitting. Cylinder scene is good, grips are heavily worn on the right side with some oil stains and dents. Mechanically good. 4-46323 FS49 (1,750-2,750)

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302

COLT MODEL 1863 POCKET NAVY REVOLVER. SN 1011, matching except lever and wedge which have no numbers. Cal. .36, 6-1/2″ oct. bbl. CONDITION: Gray patina with scratches, dents and light pitting overall. Grips have traces of original varnish with dents and scratches. Cylinder scene is partially visible. Mechanically needs adjustment. 4-46390 FS118 (600-1,000)

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304

COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. SN 293509, except cylinder 3109, lever which has no number. Cal. .31, 5″ oct. bbl. Has dealer marking “B.KITTREDGE & CO / CIN.O.” in a half moon on the left side of the bbl. CONDITION: Gray patina with dents and light surface rust. Traces of color in protected places. 50% of the cylinder scene remains. Some screws are placed. “JOHN” has been scratched on the bottom of each grip. Mechanically good. 4-46493 FS81 (600-900)

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305

COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER. SN 188451, matching including wedge. Cal. .31, 4″ oct. bbl, 5-shot large trigger guard. CONDITION: 50% blue on bbl, traces on cylinder which has a sharp scene. 90% case hardening on frame and loading lever, brilliant on the latter. 90% silver on backstrap and trigger guard. Grips have slight wear at the base and some oil damage at the top but retain about 90% of the varnish. 4-46380 FS98 (1,000-1,500)

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COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 296, all matching but modifications have been made. Cal. 28. 3 7/16″ oct. bbl. The hammer and loading lever are replacements. A screw has been inserted into the left side of the recoil shield. CONDITION: Traces of blue on the frame, otherwise gray patina with dents, surface rust and pitting. The cylinder scene is partially visible. The grips are battered about the base but good on the sides. Mechanically needs work. 4-46348 FS141 (500-800)

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COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 29730, all matching. Cal. .28. 3-1/2″ oct. bbl. Fluted cylinder. From Sam Pachanian Collection. CONDITION: 25% blue overall mixed with surface rust, light pitting and small dents. The bbl marking with three plus signs is barely visible. The patent marking on the cylinder is partially readable. Grips are badly chipped at the bottom but retain about 80% of the varnish. 4-46894 FS29 (1,000-1,500)

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COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 10712, all matching. Cal. 31. 3-1/2″ round bbl. CONDITION: 80% blue on frame with some light surface rust and cleaning scratches. Bright case hardening colors on the top of the hammer and the sides of the loading lever, are faded elsewhere. Traces of blue on the cylinder, which has a very good scene. The bbl has been poorly cleaned with light pitting remaining at the muzzle. The grips have minor chips at the base but are otherwise fine. Mechanically good. 4-46451 FS138 (1,000-2,000)

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COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 2762, matching on frame and bbl. Cal. 31. 4-1/2″ round bbl. Fluted cylinder with patent markings in one flute. CONDITION: Traces of color on loading lever and hammer, otherwise gray patina mixed with dents, scratches and light to moderate pitting on the cylinder. The grips are worn around the bottom and have about 75% varnish remaining. Mechanically needs work. 4-46346 FS139 (700-1,100)

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RARE FIRST MODEL COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 68, all matching. Cal. .28. 3-7/16″ oct. bbl, oct. loading lever. CONDITION: Traces of blue in protected areas, mostly flaked off otherwise. Cylinder scene is sharp. Grips are worn on the high spots. 4-46897 FS31 (2,000-3,000)

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COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 7, all matching. Cal. .31. 3-1/2″ oct. bbl. Fluted cylinder. Formerly in the Pachanian Collection. CONDITION: Smooth gray patina with light pitting, heavier on the right side of the frame. Grips have about 75% varnish, worn at the base. 4-46892 FS32 (1,000-1,500)

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COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 27824, all matching. Cal. 28. 3-1/2″ oct. bbl. Fluted cylinder with patent marking in one flute. CONDITION: Strong traces of blue on the frame, otherwise gray patina with light to moderate pitting. The cylinder pin is battered and scratched. The grip shows repairs at the base and has numerous dents and scratches. Mechanically needs work. 4-46449 FS140 (600-900)

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COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 1691, all matching. Cal. .31. 3-1/2″ oct. bbl. 2-line bbl marking with three plus signs. CONDITION: 40% blue, mostly on the left side of the frame, traces on the bbl. The cylinder has a brown patina but the patent marking is good. Traces of case hardening color visible on hammer and loading lever. Grips have about 70% of the varnish remaining but are well worn around the bottom, mechanically good. 4-46893 FS25 (1,200-2,200)

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RARE FIRST MODEL COLT ROOT REVOLVER. SN 23. Cal. .28. 2-7/16″ oct. bbl. Oct. loading lever. The address on the bbl “Colts. Patent” is engraved instead of stamped. CONDITION: Blue-gray patina with medium surface rust and pitting. Grips are badly battered. 4-46448 FS35 (1,000-1,500)

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REPLICA COLT WALKER REVOLVER. SN 460. Cal. .44. 9-1/8″ part oct. bbl. Armi San Marco. CONDITION: Slight handling marks, otherwise new. 4-46482 FS128 (250-500)

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CASED NAVY ARMS REPLICA COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER. SN 2211. Cal. .36, 7-1/2″ oct. bbl. In replica case with extra cylinder, bullet mold, bullets, screwdriver and key. CONDITION: 98% overall with slight scratches and dings. Top of case is cracked. 4-46933 FS113 (200-300)

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REPLICA COLT MODEL 1860 SHOULDER STOCK. No. SN, Wood is 13″ long. CONDITION: Excellent with little signs of use. 4-46900 FS273 (150-250)

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ENGRAVED COLT POCKET NAVY CONVERSION REVOLVER. SN 37975/E, matching except wedge which has no number. Cal. .38LC. 4-1/2″ round bbl. Lightly engraved with no background to the scroll engraving. The “COLT/PATENT” marking on the front is engraved. The wolves head engraving on the hammer was defaced by the two pins which hold the hammer nose. CONDITION: 50% blue on the bbl, mostly missing in the engraved area. Only traces of case hardening remain on the frame and silver on the trigger guard. Backstrap is bare. Grips retain most of their varnish, with a few scratches and dents. Mechanically excellent. 4-46454 FS48 (4,000-7,000)

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COLT 1871-72 OPEN TOP REVOLVER. SN 2103, all matching except wedge which has no number. Cal. . 44RF. 8″ round bbl. Iron backstrap and trigger guard with army length grips. CONDITION: 2-line 1871 and 1872 patent mark on left side of frame. 50% nickel on bbl mixed with light to moderate pitting. Traces of nickel on the balance of gun mixed with moderate to heavy pitting. Grips appear to have been water soaked and are slightly warped. Only 20% of the varnish remains. The main spring is soft, but the action still functions. 4-46360 FS43 (2,500-4,500)

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EARLY COLT MODEL 1871-1872 REVOLVER. SN 11, .44 Rimfire cal., 8″ round bbl. Still has “COLT / PATENT” marking on left side of frame. The loading gate is unlike later loading gates on this model, but appears to be original Navy size grip. CONDITION: About half the case hardening colors remain on the frame, brilliant in the loading gate area and on the sides of the hammer. The bbl has a blue/brown patina with hints of bright blue in protected places. The cylinder also has hints of blue and has a sharp cylinder scene. Grips retain most of the varnish. Mechanically excellent. 4-46491 FS84 (6,000-12,000)

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COLT MODEL 1861 NAVY CONVERSION REVOLVER. SN 3560. Cal. 38CF. 7-1/2″ round bbl. The number on the bbl has been struck in a much smaller die then those on the frame, backstrap and trigger guard. The ejector rod assembly was originally finished in blue and is probably a replacement. There is a ring around the outside of the bbl at the end of the ejector rod housing but does not appear to extend inside. “N.45. P.N.5 F.1882.” has been stamped in individual letters on the right side of the frame. CONDITION: The brass backstrap appears to have about 95% original silver, the iron trigger guard has traces of original nickel, the rear of the bbl has about 60% nickel, the front only traces. The cylinder scene is sharp. The grips have numerous tiny dents at the bottom but are still solid. 4-46357 FS136 (1,500-2,200)

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COLT RICHARD’S CONVERSION OF A COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY REVOLVER. SN 184526, matching except wedge. Cal. 44CF. 8″ round bbl. Ivory grips with raised carved American eagle on the left side. CONDITION: Entirely refinished with light to moderate pitting remaining. The cylinder scene is very good. The grips are well worn with cracks at the top on both sides. Mechanically fine. 4-46353 FS137 (1,000-1,500)

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COLT POCKET NAVY CONVERSION REVOLVER. SN 1226, all matching except for wedge, which has no number. Cal. .38 RF, 4-1/2″ oct. bbl. Loading gate in right side of recoil shield. CONDITION: Blue on the recessed portion of the cylinder. Slightly fading case hardening on the hammer and very light case hardening colors on the left side of the frame. Grips have wear along the bottom edge but retain about 90% of the varnish. Wedge screw is a replacement. Mechanically fine. 4-46341 FS120 (1,000-2,000)

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COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. SN 131982, all matching including bbl. Cal. 45. 7-1/2″ round bbl. “R.A.C” inspector marks on bottom of bbl, cylinder, frame and grips. Sub-inspector marks “K” are on trigger guard and back strap. “SEB” cartouche with date 1880 on left side of grip, “RAC” on right grip. CONDITION: Excellent with 90% blue overall. Worn on the left side of the bbl and sharp edges of the cylinder. Brilliant case hardening colors at the front of the frame, bright on the sides and fading slightly at the top and at the hammer. The grips are sharp with only slight wear to the left cartouche. There are some scratches around the hammer screw, on the frame and backstrap. 4-46363 FS154 (10,000-20,000)

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COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. SN 19647, all matching. Cal. .45, 7-1/2″ round bbl. Early bbl marking with slanted writing. The ivory grips have matching numbers. Two line patent marking on the left side of the frame. CONDITION: 97% original nickel finish. The hammer, cylinder pin and trigger are blue but the knurling on the hammer is sharp, indicating that it has not been refinished. The grips have light natural cracks at the base, all still solid. The left side is darker then the right due to storage. Action is fine. 4-46362 FS237 (7,500-12,000)

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ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. SN 30677, all matching. Cal. .45LC, 5-1/2″ bbl, cut down from 7-1/2″. A non-factory sight is set into the top of the bbl through the engraving. The engraving appears to be of the New York style, possibly of the Nimschke Shop with heavy scrolls on the sides and borders of wiggle work and some geometric designs. The ivory grips are crudely carved with an American eagle on the left side. CONDITION: The cylinder is bare and appears to be from a different gun. The balance of the gun has about 95% of the nickel applied at the time of the engraving. The grips have numerous light natural cracks on the bottom but are still solid. Action is fine. 4-46365 FS239 (6,000-12,000)

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COLT SINGLE ACTION SHERIFF’S MODEL REVOLVER. SN 105770. Cal. .38-40. 3-15/16″ round bbl. The checkered 2-piece walnut grips are unnumbered. CONDITION: Gray patina overall with light pitting and some file marks. Grips are sharp, the action is fine. 4-46364 FS42 (4,000-8,000)

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VERY RARE COLT SINGLE ACTION FLAT-TOP TARGET REVOLVER. SN 133204. Cal. .32 Colt, 7-1/2″ round bbl. Made in 1890. Only 24 of these guns were made in this caliber. This one has British proof marks on the bbl and cylinder. CONDITION: 70% thinning blue on the bbl, 50% on the frame and ejector rod housing. The cylinder, backstrap and trigger guard on have traces remaining, strongest at the front of the trigger guard. The case hardening colors on the hammer have mostly faded to gray. The eagle grips are generally good with sharp markings on the eagle and shield but with a few light scratches and chips at the bottom. Mechanically tight. 4-46366 FS238 (10,000-15,000)

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*COLT BISLEY FLAT-TOP TARGET REVOLVER. SN 305476. The SN on the trigger guard appears to have been re-stamped on a possibly refinished trigger guard. Cal. .32-20. 7-1/2″ round bbl. Made in 1907. The ivory grips and front sight are probably replacements, although the grips have the last four digits of the serial number in pencil inside. An original pair of Bisley grips are included in this lot. Single line “(BISLEY MODEL) 32W.C.F.” marking on left side of bbl. CONDITION: 60% blue overall, worn on the sides of bbl, ejector rod, cylinder and grip strap. Bright case hardening on the rear of the hammer, faded and worn on the sides. Both sets of grips are fine. Mechanically crisp. 4-46368 FS155 (4,000-6,000)

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FINE U.S. COLT SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. SN 62767, all matching. Cal. .45LC. 7-1/2″ round bbl. “D. F. C” inspector marks on frame, bottom of grip, cylinder and bottom of the bbl. “CxM” cartouche dated 1880 on left side of grip “DFC” cartouche on right side of grip. The “US” marking on the left side of the frame is sharp. CONDITION: Traces of blue in protected places on backstrap and trigger guard, 25-30% on bbl, 35% on ejector rod housing. 50% case hardening on hammer. Grips are generally good but have a number of dents and gouges on the left side. Action is fine. 4-46361 FS40 (6,000-9,000)

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*COLT BISLEY REVOLVER. SN 295524. Cal. 45LC. 4-3/4″ round bbl. Single line “(BISLEY MODEL) 45 COLT” marking on left side of bbl. Standard 2-line markings on top of bbl and on left side of frame with rampant Colt logo without circle behind the patent markings on the frame. CONDITION: Excellent with light drag line on cylinder and slight wear at the muzzle and front of ejector rod housing. The top of the front sight has been filed slightly. Grips are sharp, the action is tight. 4-46432 FS133 (3,000-4,000)

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HISTORIC COLT SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. SN 86134 on frame. Cal. .45LC. 7-1/2″ round bbl. 6134 on backstrap and trigger guard. NSN on bbl or cylinder. The backstrap is inscribed “S.S. City of Para”. Accompanying documents identify the City of Para as a troop transport chartered from the Pacific Mail Steamship Company to carry the 13th Minnesota Infantry, part of General Arthur MacArthur’s force, to the Philippines in June of 1898. This was the only U.S. usage of this ship. There is a picture of the ship with U.S. troops hanging all over it. CONDITION: Traces of nickel on bbl and frame. Mostly gray patina with light pitting. The grips have been re-varnished over chips and scratches. Some screws have been replaced. 4-46495 FS170 (2,500-3,500)

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*COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. SN 305908. Cal. .45, 7-1/2″ round bbl. The front sight has been modified with the addition of brass bead. CONDITION: Bbl and ejector rod housing retain about 60% of the original nickel, the rear of the gun about 40%. Cylinder pin is a replacement. Grips are almost smooth in spots with a light crack on the right side. Mechanically needs work. 4-46436 FS95 (1,000-2,000)

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*COLT BISLEY REVOLVER. SN 308149. Cal. . 32-20. 5-1/2″ round bbl. Refinished, except for cylinder which is a replacement. Three large notches have been filed into the grip. CONDITION: Retains about half of the refinished blue, the grips are badly sun faded. Action is fine. 4-46433 FS41 (500-800)

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*COLT SECOND GENERATION SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER. SN 18123SA. Cal. .45, 7-1/2″ round bbl. CONDITION: Nearly new with slight marks on cylinder. 4-46367 FS123 (1,000-2,000)

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*COLT SECOND GENERATION SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. SN 27731SA. Cal. .38 Spcl. 5-1/2″ round bbl. CONDITION: Appears to be unused but has handling marks and slight drag line on the cylinder. Left grip is faded. 4-46423 FS99 (1,000-1,500)

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REMINGTON MODEL 1875 REVOLVER. SN 178. Cal. .44REM. 7-3/8″ round bbl. Standard 1-line marking on top of bbl. Cylinder has been re-nickeled. Trigger screw has been replaced. CONDITION: Over half of the nickel remains on the frame and extractor web with the balance of metal polished to match. 30% remains on the bbl. Cylinder retains most of the re-nickeled over pitting. Grips have been heavily sanded and re-varnished leaving some dents and scratches. Mechanically good. 4-46397 FS65 (1,000-1,500)

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REMINGTON MODEL 1875 REVOLVER. SN has been de-faced. Cal. .44REM. 5-5/8″ round bbl. The left grip is elephant ivory, the right grip is walrus ivory. Hammer has been altered and does not function well on this gun. CONDITION: Retains about 2/3 of an old re-nickel with flaked and filed areas. Grips are undersized and the action needs work. 4-46498 FS66 (500-1,000)

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MERWIN HULBERT & CO SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. SN 18649 on the butt, 9074 on the cylinder and 9194 on the bbl. The bone grips have been carved to simulate stag. CONDITION: traces of original nickel, mostly gray patina with white pitting and scratches. The firing pin tip has been re-welded. Mechanically needs work. 4-46402 FS178 (500-900)

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MERWIN HULBERT & CO POCKET ARMY REVOLVER. SN 22768, all matching. Cal. .44 Russian, 3-3/8″ round bbl. CONDITION: 75% nickel, missing mostly on the grip straps and cylinder. Case hardening colors in protected areas on the trigger guard and hammer. The grips have faded to olive. Mechanically needs work, will not stand at cock. 4-46478 FS181 (500-800)

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MERWIN HULBERT & CO POCKET ARMY REVOLVER. SN 7341 on butt, 5181 on bbl and cylinder, completely refinished, replaced grips. Cal. .44-.40, 3-3/8″ round bbl. CONDITION: Retains most of the heavy nickel. Reproduction grips are good but the screw is wrong. Mechanically good. 4-46401 FS179 (500-800)

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ALLEN & WHEELOCK ARMY REVOLVER. SN 56. Cal. .44 CF, altered from RF, 6″ part oct. bbl. These are normally 7-1/2″ bbls so this one is probably cut off. CONDITION: All metal has been cleaned to gray, the cylinder scene is mostly gone, the hammer has been broken and repaired, the grips are battered. 4-46398 FS171 (400-600)

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COLT MODEL 1898 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. SN 9640. Cal. 44-40. 4″ round bbl. The left side of the bbl is marked “COLT FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER” in an etched panel. The front of the trigger guard is marked “44CF”. Sheriff’s Models are very rare in the large frame dbl. action. CONDITION: Generally fine, about 70% of the bright nickel plate remaining, worn on the grip strap and on the muzzle. There is bright blue on the trigger and back of the hammer. Both grips are sun faded and the left one has some chips and wear at the high spot. Mechanically fine. 4-46379 FS167 (2,000-3,000)

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ENGRAVED COLT LIGHTNING SHERIFF’S MODEL REVOLVER. SN 52233. Cal. 38LC. 4-1/2″ round bbl. Made in 1885. The pearl grips carry the number 5 inside. “COLT D A 38” is in an etched panel on the left side of the bbl. 3/4 coverage engraving is in the New York style with wiggle work edges and geometric design. CONDITION: Excellent with about all the bright nickel remaining. The trigger, hammer and screws show off all their brilliant deep blue. The grips are excellent. Action is also excellent. 4-46377 FS153 (4,000-6,000)

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*COLT LIGHTNING SHERIFF’S MODEL REVOLVER. SN 160351. Cal. 38LC. 2-1/2″ round bbl. Made in 1906. CONDITION: 50% blue overall, turning brown on the grip straps and worn at the muzzle. Bright case hardening colors on the frame, except the left side of the recoil shield. There is scattered light pitting overall. The grips are worn on the high spots and the right one is slightly sun faded. Mechanically fine. 4-46378 FS166 (1,000-1,500)

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COLT LIGHTNING REVOLVER. SN 98173. Cal. 38LC. 4-1/2″ round bbl. Made in 1895. CONDITION: 90% blue overall, thinning on the grip straps and cylinder. Bright case hardening colors on the frame, fading towards the top. The grips have slight wear at the high spots. Mechanically fine. 4-46376 FS152 (1,000-1,500)

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*COLT LIGHTNING REVOLVER. SN 132900. Cal. .38LC. 4-1/2″ bbl. CONDITION: Fine with 75% blue overall, thinning on the bbl and cylinder and worn on the backstrap. Bright colors at the front of the frame, fading to gray on the recoil shield. Grips are worn on the high spots. Both are sun faded. Action is good. 4-46434 FS39 (750-1,250)

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COLT THUNDERER REVOLVER. SN 39193, all matching. Cal. .41LC. 6″ round bbl. The hammer, several screws and some internal parts are replaced. CONDITION: The bbl retains most of an old refinish. Grip straps are mostly bare. Frame and cylinder have 80% possibly original finish. 4-46395 FS38 (400-600)

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*RARE PROTOTYPE WINCHESTER MODEL 21 DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 16ga. Fine , pre-production shotgun with most of the outward appearances of a Model 21 with 28″ bbls choked IMP-MOD/IMP-CYL with concave matted rib, single bead, smooth splinter forearm with unusual latch, marked on the inside of the iron with a “16”, checkered semi-pistol grip stock 14″ over a Winchester hard rubber buttplate. The receiver similar to the standard production Model 21 with a stepped reinforced side, a slight scallop over the front 1/3 of the bottom with a stepped floorplate that is engraved with the Winchester name. It has a plain trigger guard and serrated thumb safety. It is fitted with dbl. triggers and extractors. Accompanied by several letters, one from Herbert G. Houze dated February 5th 1986, the then curator of the Winchester Arms Museum discussed the development of the Model 21 and stating that the initial inception was begun in 1919 with final acceptance of the Model C design as the production model. He states that there were six unnumbered shotguns made, two each in 12ga, 16ga and 20ga. This shotgun is one of the two 16ga. guns. Mr. Houze further states that the hand-engraved Winchester on the bottom of the frame is the only markings for these trial sample shotguns. Another letter, dated January 18th, 1918, to Mr. J. E. Otterson from Edwin Pugsley suggests that Winchester contemplate producing both single barrel and double barrel shotguns. Another letter, dated December 7th, 1929, from Mr. Pugsley to Capt. E.C. Crossman, advising him that the release of the new Winchester dbl. bbl shotgun was imminent and one would be sent to him as soon as they were produced. Also accompanying this lot is a letter from Mr. Hutchinson. NSN. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains most of its original factory finish with one small chemical stain on the left bbl, light edge wear and a small grain check in the heel. Action is a little stiff and sometimes difficult to open. Bright shiny bores. This is a rare opportunity for the fortunate collector to own a one-of-a-kind prototype for the most famous shotgun ever made by Winchester. It seems to be the only remaining example of the three types experimented with and the one Winchester chose to build. Do not allow this opportunity to pass you by. It will not come again in our lifetime!!!4-46907 (25,000-75,000)

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*RARE WINCHESTER PROTOTYPE OR EXPERIMENTAL MODEL 70 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. .27. Standard grade Model 70 featherweight rifle with 22″ tapered round bbl, ramp front sight, folding bbl sight, marked on the left side of the chamber area “27 CAL SPECIAL”, checkered one piece Monte Carlo stock with aluminum buttplate and sling swivels. This rifle is accompanied by a letter, dated 5/11/93, from Mr. Herman N. Bockstruck, the former Alton, IL plant research engineer in charge of ammunition testing and development and was also in charge of Mr. Olin’s personal guns and other special firearms in the factory. This letter states that Winchester manufactured six rifles of this configuration for R & D testing under a military contract in the late 1950’s, titled “HOMOLOGOUS SERIES STUDY” and was known as “1044 Contract”. They built rifles in 22, 25, 27 & 30 calibers, all built on the 7.62mm Nato cartridge. Upon completion of the test, eventually all the test rifles were either destroyed or shipped to the military except this rifle which Olin Corp. was allowed to retain. The suggested name for the cartridge was going to be “277 Winchester” but was never put into production. This rifle was subsequently put into Mr. Olin’s collection and eventually given to Mr. Bockstruck by Mr. Olin and subsequently sold to Mr. Hutchinson. This almost certainly is a one of a kind Model 70. SN 252659 CONDITION: Excellent. Retains about all of the original factory finish to both metal and wood with only very minor edge wear on the metal and one or two small dings on the wood. The bolt is matching numbered to the receiver. 4-46779 JR354 (5,000-10,000)

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*WINCHESTER EXPERIMENTAL OR PROTOTYPE BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. .243. Built on an action that resembles a cross between a post-64 Model 70 and commercial FM Mauser without claw extractor. It has a 22″ tapered round bbl, ramp front sight and folding bbl sight. There is a thumb safety slotted at the right rear of the receiver. It is mounted in a straight grain uncheckered Monte Carlo stock without cheekpiece and with a hard rubber buttplate. The trigger guard is cast alloy with a machined steel floorplate which has a front release and contains what appears to be a three or four round single column detachable magazine. This appears to be an attempt by Winchester to make a low cost competitive bolt action detachable magazine rifle. It was never put into production. The only markings on the rifle are the SN, cal. and Winchester factory proofs. SN EXP.3 CONDITION: Excellent +. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. Bright shiny bore. 4-46778 JR353 (1,000-5,000)

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*WINCHESTER EXPERIMENTAL MODEL 70 SOLID ACTION SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Cal. 308. This rifle is 1 of a consecutive numbered pair in this auction. The receiver was made at the request of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Training Center at Ft. Benning, GA. It was made without top and bottom cutouts, for added strength and accuracy. The Army ordered two of these rifles from Winchester. The factory initially made four receivers in case one or more was damaged. None were damaged in the initial assembly, so two receivers remained. Mr. Max Thompson, the Manager of Rifle and Pistol Promotion at Winchester had the custom shop build these two rifles, one in Cal. 308 and the other in Cal. 225 Winchester. This rifle has a 28″ tapered heavy round bbl, 7/8″ at the muzzle. It is mounted in a heavy target stock with hand stop rail groove in the bottom (rail never installed). It has a deep pistol grip with Winchester black recoil pad. It also has an alloy Model 70 trigger guard and floorplate that covers the plug in the magazine well. The bbl and front receiver ring are mounted with Unertl-style target blocks. The normal Model 70 action cutoff is missing and a screw is inserted through the side of the receiver as a bolt stop. Accompanied by a letter from the former Director of Marketing at Winchester identifying this rifle and verifying its production. SN 905151. CONDITION: Excellent to as new. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. 4-47435 (2,500-5,000)

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*WINCHESTER EXPERIMENTAL MODEL 70 SOLID ACTION SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Cal. 225 Win. This rifle is 1 of a consecutive numbered pair in this auction. The receiver was made at the request of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Training Center at Ft. Benning, GA. It was made without top and bottom cutouts, for added strength and accuracy. The Army ordered two of these rifles from Winchester. The factory initially made four receivers in case one or more was damaged. None were damaged in the initial assembly, so two receivers remained. Mr. Max Thompson, the Manager of Rifle and Pistol Promotion at Winchester had the custom shop build these two rifles, one in Cal. 225 Win and the other in Cal. 308. This rifle has a 25″ bull bbl, 1-1/8″ at the muzzle. It is mounted in a heavy target stock with hand stop rail groove in the bottom (rail never installed). It has a deep pistol grip and checkered steel buttplate. It also has as alloy Model 70 trigger guard, without floorplate and a plug for the magazine well. The bbl is mounted with Unertl-style target block, the receiver mount is missing. The normal Model 70 action cutoff is missing and a screw is simply inserted through the side of the receiver as a bolt stop. Accompanied by a letter from the former director of marketing at Winchester identifying this rifle and verifying its production. SN 905152. CONDITION: Excellent to as new. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood with light handling and storage marks in the finish. 4-47436 (2,500-5,000)

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*WINCHESTER EXPERIMENTAL MODEL 70 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE. Cal. 225 Win. This rifle is built on a post-64 special Model 70 action used internally in the Winchester factory for ammunition testing. It is a heavy round receiver with only an ejection port without the usual top and bottom cutouts making it a single shot only receiver. It is fitted with a 23″ stainless steel Bull bbl, 1-1/8″ at the muzzle. It is mounted in a heavy Model 70 target stock with hand stop rail, deep pistol grip and checkered steel buttplate. It has an alloy and steel floorplate and trigger guard. The floorplate serves only to cover the magazine well hole. The bbl and receiver top are mounted with Unertl-style scope blocks. Bbl is marked with Winchester Research Proof Mark and the receiver with factory production proof mark. Winchester logo is on the left side of the receiver with the serial number on the right side. Accompanied by a letter from the former director of marketing at Winchester identifying this rifle and verifying its production. SN 499819. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Bbl and receiver retain most of their original finish with minor nicks and scratches. The stock is sound and retains virtually all its original varnish. 4-47437 (2,000-5,000)

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355

*PROTOTYPE WINCHESTER WINGO GALLERY RIFLE. Cal. 22 Shot. Special prototype made at Webley for Winchester with 22-1/2″ vent rib bbl, having dbl. beads with long grasping groove beavertail forearm and pistol grip Monte Carlo stock with Webley black composition buttplate. The martini action is completely flat sided with loop finger lever and fixed trigger guard with loading cutout on the right side. Fixed through the forearm, similar to a magazine tube, is an electronic tether cable with activation button at the tip of the forearm. We believe this to be the only known existing prototype. It is in caliber 22 rather then the 5mm 20 Cal. which was used in the production models. Further indication of prototype status is the absence of “WINGO” on the sides of the receiver. Accompanied by a letter of provenance, production reports, test reports and other information articles and pamphlets. SN 22W3. CONDITION: Excellent. The bbls and cable tube retain 97-98% bright original blue. Receiver, most of its refinished blue and the wood is sound retaining most of its original varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46889 JR330 (1,000-5,000)

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356

*PRODUCTION MODEL WINGO SMOOTH BORE RIFLE. Cal. 5mm/20 Cal. Shot. Production Model, 1 of the approximately 40 produced for use in shooting galleries. Built with 22-1/8″ vent rib bbl with dbl. beads having a magazine tube-like attachment under the bbl for the electronic cable tether. It has a long grasping groove forearm with electric control button in the tip and an uncheckered Monte Carlo stock with Webley black composition buttplate. The flat side receiver is marked on both sides “WINGO”. It has loop finger lever with solid trigger guard and loading cutout on the right side. The left side of the receiver has three drilled and tapped holes for a special Wingo scope mount. The chamber area of the bbl is marked on the left side with both Winchester and British proofs, the Winchester logo and “5MM”. This was likely one of the rifles used in the San Diego facility, the only Wingo range ever opened. Accompanied by a letter of provenance, production reports, test reports and other information articles and pamphlets. Also accompanied by two boxes of original Winchester 5mm Wingo shot shells. One carton contains five 30-round boxes and the other, five 36-round boxes. SN 22W6. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbl and tube retain about 98% bright original blue. Receiver, most of its reworked factory blue. The wood is sound and retains virtually all its original varnish with minor handling and use marks. Bright shiny bore. The ammunition is excellent. 4-46903 JR331 (1,000-5,000)

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357

*RARE EXPERIMENTAL OR PROTOTYPE WINCHESTER DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Unusual box lock shotgun with 27-1/2″ bbls, swamped tapered matted rib with single bead, simple box lock action, flat sided with Model 21-style floorplate marked “WINCHESTER” in an arc. It has very nicely figured walnut wood with coarse checkered square beavertail forearm, Anson & Deeley latch, checkered straight stock 14-1/2″ over a serrated composition buttplate. It has dbl. triggers and extractors and is fitted with European style sling swivels. The left side of the bbls is marked “MODEL EX WINCHESTER 12GA 2 3/4 FULL”. The right side is marked “12GA 2 3/4 MOD”. It has a sliding thumb safety on the top tang. Serial number is on the top tang under the thumb lever. The bbl watertable is marked with a variety of proofs and “MADE IN FRANCE”. SN 600413. Exceedingly rare, one of a kind. CONDITION: As new. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. This is apparently an experiment by Winchester to produce a modestly priced double. 4-46777 (1,000-2,000)

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358

*WINCHESTER PROTOTYPE OR EXPERIMENTAL MODEL 59 FEATHERWEIGHT SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. Cal. 14ga. Very unusual gun in that it is chambered for the 14ga. with 26″ plain fiberglass bbl, without bead and with special lightweight choke. Receiver is unusual in that it is made without engraving. It is further unusual in that it has both the Winchester factory proof and the Winchester Research Proof. indicating a joint effort between the factory and the research department. The factory made the receiver and the research department made the bbl. It is fitted with dbl. diamond deluxe wood having a checkered semi-pistol grip stock with composition buttplate and natural alloy trigger guard. Accompanied by several letters of provenance. Exceedingly rare, one of a kind. SN EXP21B. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood with only minor scratches on the receiver and on the buttstock. Forearm has a couple of small cracks. 4-46926 (1,000-3,000)

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359

*WINCHESTER MODEL 50 EXPERIMENTAL OR PROTOTYPE FEATHERWEIGHT SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. Cal. 14ga. Made in 1958, this shotgun is the prototype for experimenting with the Winlight bbl and 14ga. ammunition. As a result of the test for this shotgun, the Model 59 was developed. This shotgun has a 26″ plain IMP-CYL fiberglass bbl with bead front sight and is hand engraved over the chamber area “14GA. IMP.CYL.”. Receiver is marked on the bottom in front of the loading port with the serial number and “WRP” (Winchester Research Proof) indicating that it was made at the Alton plant. It was fitted with standard checkered Model 50 forearm and pistol grip stock. Accompanied by a letter of provenance from the former Director of Marketing for Winchester. SN EXP26B. CONDITION: About excellent. Bbl and receiver retain most of their original finish with light handling and use marks, a scratch or two and a small cleaned spot on the right side of the receiver. Wood retains most of its original factory finish. 4-46773 JR338 (1,000-3,000)

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360

*EXPERIMENTAL OR PROTOTYPE FEATHERWEIGHT WINCHESTER MODEL 59 SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. Cal. 20ga. The former Director of Marketing for Winchester believes this is one of only a few 20ga. Model 59’s ever manufactured at the Winchester factory. This shotgun has a 24″ fiberglass bbl that is unmarked except for the Winchester factory proof. It has the standard alloy receiver with etched engraving of dog and pheasant on one side and flying ducks on the other with light arabesque patterns. The wood is beautifully figured with double diamond checkered forearm, capped pistol grip stock with black composition buttplate. The bolt and carrier are jeweled and the trigger guard is natural alloy color. One of a kind, exceedingly rare. Accompanied by letter of provenance. SN EXP20A. CONDITION: As new. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. 4-46798 JR340 (1,500-3,000)

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361

*EXPERIMENTAL OR PROTOTYPE FEATHERWEIGHT WINCHESTER MODEL 59 SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. Cal. 14ga. The former Director of Marketing for Winchester reports that this is one of only a few Model 59’s manufactured at the Winchester factory in 14ga. This shotgun has a 26″ plain fiberglass bbl including a replaceable special lightweight choke. Bbl is completely unmarked. The receiver, made from aluminum bar rather than extruded aluminum, with etched engraving of dog and pheasant on one side and flying ducks on the other with light arabesque patterns. The bottom of the receiver has Winchester factory proof. The wood is straight grain walnut with double diamond checkered forearm, semi-pistol grip stock with composition buttplate. Receiver is fitted with a blued steel trigger guard. One of a kind, exceedingly rare. Accompanied by several letters of provenance. SN EXP20B. CONDITION: Excellent, plus. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with only minor scratches near the muzzle and the left side of the buttstock. 4-46913 (100-300)

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362

*WINCHESTER EXPERIMENTAL MODEL 50 PRE-PRODUCTION SAMPLE TEST GUN. Cal. 20ga. Made in 1957, this shotgun is a deluxe model with 28″ plain full choke bbl, checkered forearm and pistol grip stock with composition buttplate. It has a standard alloy receiver with steel bbl and regular Winchester factory proofs. This shotgun comes complete with the Function and Test Report, which identifies this shotgun as having had standard proof loads and 100 rounds of standard ammunition. Then was subjected to a 10,000 round endurance test. The report stated that function improved after 5,000 rounds and further improved after 10,000 rounds. SN EXP10A. CONDITION: Excellent, plus. Metal retains 98-99% strong original finish with only a couple of minor marks on the receiver. Wood retains virtually all its original finish with only minor handling and storage marks. 4-46797 JR337 (1,000-3,000)

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362A.

WINCHESTER PROTOTYPE OR EXPERIMENTAL MODEL 50 BARREL. Cal. 14ga. This bbl may possibly be the only steel bbl ever produced at Winchester for the Model 50 shotgun in 14ga. It is 27-3/4″ long, choke not indicated, and comes complete with a triple diamond deluxe highly figured forearm and iron. The top of the chamber area has the Winchester factory proof. The left side of the bbl is marked “EXP 14GAUGE”. CONDITION: Bbl retains 96-98% original blue. Forearm retains 94-96% original varnish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46925 (300-500)

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363

*EXPERIMENTAL OR PROTOTYPE WINCHESTER MODEL 37-B SINGLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 14ga. Made for the Alton, IL plant to test the experimental aluminum case 14ga. ammunition. This shotgun is consecutive numbered to another in this auction. It has a 30″ plain bbl with brass bead, beavertail style grasping groove forearm with Model 37 style spring loaded attaching point, highly figured pistol grip stock with Winchester hard rubber buttplate. The receiver resembles a standard Model 37 except it has raised side panels. It has a sliding hammer block and the opening lever will operate either direction which, when operated, retracts the hammer and allows the block to slide into place. Accompanied by letters of provenance from Mr. Hutchinson and also from the former Director of Marketing for Winchester. SN EXP2000. CONDITION: As new. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood with very minor handling and storage marks on the wood with some light surface speckling on the receiver. 4-46799 JR335 (500-1,500)

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364

*EXPERIMENTAL OR PROTOTYPE WINCHESTER MODEL 37-B SINGLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 14ga. Made for the Alton, IL plant to test the experimental aluminum case 14ga. ammunition. This shotgun is consecutive numbered to another in this auction. It has a 30″ plain bbl with brass bead, beavertail style grasping groove forearm with screw attachment, highly figured pistol grip stock with Winchester hard rubber buttplate. The receiver resembles a standard Model 37 with flat side panels. It has a sliding hammer block and the opening lever will operate either direction which, when operated, retracts the hammer and allows the block to slide into place. Accompanied by letters of provenance from Mr. Hutchinson and also from the former Director of Marketing for Winchester. SN EXP2001. CONDITION: As new. Retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood with very minor handling and storage marks. 4-46800 JR336 (500-1,500)

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365

*WINCHESTER MODEL 94 EXPERIMENTAL CENTENNIAL 66 RIFLE. Cal. 30-30. Standard appearing 66 Centennial rifle, gold plated with 26″ extra heavy oct. bbl, 7/8″ across the flats at the muzzle, with standard sights, full magazine, straight grain uncheckered wood and straight stock with crescent gold wash buttplate. The receiver and foreend cap are also gold plated. The rifle is unmarked except for the factory proof and serial number. Left side of the receiver is fitted with a stud and ring. This is believed to be the only heavy bbl Centennial 66 ever made. SN EXP10. CONDITION: As new. Retains virtually all its factory finish to both metal and wood except the buttplate, which appears to be tarnished brass. 4-46769 JR362 (1,000-5,000)

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366

*PROTOTYPE BLUE FRAME WINCHESTER MODEL 66 CENTENNIAL. Cal. 30-30. Usual configuration with 26″ oct. bbl, full magazine, standard sights, very nicely figured uncheckered wood with straight stock and checkered flat steel buttplate. Bbl is marked on the upper left flat with Winchester logo and the Cal. The upper right flat is marked “A CENTURY OF LEADERSHIP 1866-1966” with the Winchester factory proof on the top flat. On the left side flat, just above the forearm, is hand-stamped “EXP 2 WW”. The receiver has a deep blue finish with light boarder patterns, reminiscent of the Classic Model. SN 3000024. CONDITION: As new. Appears to be unfired retaining virtually all its factory finish to both metal and wood. This is believed to be the only blued frame 66 Centennial ever produced. 4-46768 JR361 (1,000-3,000)

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367

*WINCHESTER MODEL 94 EXPERIMENTAL OR PROTOTYPE NRA MUSKET. Cal. 30-30. Normal appearing NRA musket with 26″ round bbl, tall front sight with carbine ladder rear sight, full-length forearm with one bbl band, uncheckered wood with straight stock and carbine buttplate, sling swivels. Receiver is blued and marked on the left side “NRA- 1871-1971” with squiggles of engraving on both sides. Right side of the buttstock has an NRA medallion inlaid. SN NRA EX8. CONDITION: As new. Retains most of its original finish to both metal and wood with only minor handling and storage marks on the wood and a series of small nicks on the left side of the receiver. 4-46682 JR363 (1,000-5,000)

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368

*RARE WINCHESTER MODEL 12 REVERSE FACTORY CUTAWAY. 12ga. Standard grade Model 12 with 30″ plain full choke bbl, small round ribbed forearm, uncheckered stock and hard rubber buttplate. This fine piece of workmanship features full left hand cutaway except for the chamber area which makes it a live gun. The entire action has cuts to expose all its internal workings with four additional cuts on the right hand side. The left side of the forearm is also cutaway to expose the magazine tube. This shotgun does not have factory proofs. This shotgun was received by Mr. Hutchinson in lieu of payment from Winchester for an appraisal of 140 firearms they were donating to the Cody Firearms Museum and is accompanied a letter dated September 6, 1984 stating the same. SN 705673. CONDITION: Excellent, retains most of its original factory finish to both metal and wood with minor handling and storage nicks and scratches and a couple of small bruises to the stock. 4-46911 JR347 (1,000-5,000)

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369

RARE WINCHESTER MODEL 12 FACTORY CUTAWAY PUMP SHOTGUN. 12ga. This is the actual cutaway featured in the Winchester Sporting Arms Product Information Manual of 1977, also featured in this catalog, and was acquired by Mr. Hutchinson directly from the factory. It is a deluxe field gun with 30″ duckbill vent rib full choke bbl with diamond checker large forearm, select burl checkered buttstock with capped pistol grip and red Winchester recoil pad. The entire right side of the receiver, bbl, chamber, magazine tube, wrist of the stock and side of the forearm are completely cutaway to expose the interior. It has two dummy Super-X cartridges. Partial SN _24746. CONDITION: Excellent, retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. A fine rare cutaway. 4-46910 (1,000-5,000)

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370

RARE WINCHESTER MODEL 1400 MKII CUTAWAY SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. 12ga. This rare cutaway was acquired by Mr. Hutchinson directly from the factory. It is a Deluxe shotgun with 28″ vent rib screw-choke bbl. The entire right side of the receiver, chamber, magazine tube, bbl, muzzle, forearm and wrist are cutaway to expose their inner workings. It has two dummy Super-X cartridges. SN N762653. CONDITION: As issued, retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. 4-46909 JR350 (1,000-5,000)

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371

RARE WINCHESTER SUPER-X MODEL 1 CUTAWAY SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. 12ga. This is the actual cutaway featured in the Winchester Sporting Arms Product Information Manual of 1977, featured elsewhere in this catalog, and was acquired by Mr. Hutchinson directly from the factory. It is a Deluxe shotgun with 28″ vent rib modified bbl with checkered forearm and pistol grip stock. The entire right side of the receiver, chamber, magazine tube, bbl, forearm, forearm cap, wrist and buttstock are cutaway to expose their inner workings. It has two dummy Super-X cartridges. SN M52095. CONDITION: As issued, retains virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. 4-46912 (1,000-5,000)

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372

*WINCHESTER EXPERIMENTAL TF5 SINGLE SHOT IMPACT IGNITION SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. This shotgun features a slide forward bbl for loading and to the rear for lock and firing. Firing is by impact of the firing pin on the caseless round’s priming area. The slide is actuated by depressing the latch in front of the trigger guard. There is a lever-type safety on the right side of frame. Buttstock and forearm are of varnished select walnut with checkering. The pistol grip has the steel grip cap which is now missing the plastic “W” insert with Winchester factory recoil pad. The bbl is 28-3/4″ including Winchoke. Metal is unmarked except for the Winchester Research Proof on the left side of the bbl and receiver at the breech. CONDITION: Excellent. Metal retains about all of its original blue except on the slide action parts. Wood retains about all its original varnish with only a few minor handling dings. Bright shiny bore. Fine mechanics. 4-46735 JR343 (1,000-5,000)

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373

* WINCHESTER EXPERIMENTAL TF6 SINGLE SHOT ELECTRICAL IGNITION SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. This shotgun features a slide forward bbl for loading and to the rear for lock and firing. Firing was by electrical ignition of the priming area of the caseless shot shell. Design and fabricated in 1967, the TF6 was an electrically fired version of the TF5 single shot impact ignition shotgun. Although all internal parts were changed the external appearance was virtually identical. The slide is actuated by depressing the latch in front of the trigger guard. There is a lever-type safety on the right side of frame. A battery was housed in the buttstock. Forearm is checkered select walnut as is the pistol grip checkered buttstock. Pistol grip has a steel cap with “W” insert. Non-factory recoil pad. Bbl is 28-3/4″ including Winchoke. Metal is unmarked except for the Winchester Research Proof on the left side of bbl and frame at the breech. CONDITION: Excellent. Metal retains about all its original blue except in the slide area. Wood retains most of its original varnish with some scuffs and scratches on the buttstock. Bright shiny bore. Fine mechanics. 4-46736 JR344 (1,000-5,000)

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374

*WINCHESTER EXPERIMENTAL TF7 TWO SHOT ELECTRICAL IGNITION SHOTGUN. 12ga. This beautiful shotgun was designed and fabricated in 1967. It is a two shot slide action model designed to test the rapidity of recharging the electrical firing circuits and to develop information on the effects of rapid feeding caseless ammunition. This unique shotgun features a nicely figured buttstock which extends to the very front of the receiver. The walnut forearm is designed to slide over the front of the stock. Both the stock and the forearm are checkered. The bbl is 27-1/2″ with Winchoke. The second shell is loaded from the underside loading port like any normal pump or semi-auto shotgun. The pistol grip has a steel cap with a “W” insert. There is a slide type thumb safety on the top rear of the receiver. The slide is actuated by depressing the latch behind the trigger guard. The battery is housed in the buttstock. Factory applied White Line recoil pad. The metal is unmarked except the Winchester research proof on the left side of the receiver and the bbl at the breech. CONDITION: Excellent. The metal and wood retain nearly all of their factory finish with only minor wear on the stock where the forearm slides over it. Bright shiny bore. 4-46738 JR345 (1,000-5,000)

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375

*WINCHESTER EXPERIMENTAL OVER/UNDER ELECTRICAL IGNITION SHOTGUN. 12ga. This rare gun is a slide action over/under designed to test this type of action while at the same time testing the dual, electrical firing circuits for the caseless ammunition. The slide action is accuated by depressing the latch on the front of the trigger guard. The caseless ammunition is loaded on the side of the receiver when the slide is open. Closing the slide locks and arms the electrical circuit for firing. The forearm and pistol grip stock feature deluxe figured wood and checkering. There is a Winchester composition buttplate with a cutout which has an arming switch for the electrical circuits. The pistol grip has a metal cap with scroll design. There are no markings except the Winchester research proof on the top right hand side of the milled steel frame. The bbl is 27″ with a ventilated rib. CONDITION: Excellent with nearly all of the bright blue and varnish. Bright shiny bore. There is a major repair to a shattered wrist and a ding at the muzzle of the top bbl into the rib. A rare, unique Winchester shotgun. 4-46737 JR346 (1,000-5,000)

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376

*WINCHESTER EXPERIMENTAL MODEL 59 FEATHERWEIGHT SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Alloy receiver shotgun with 21″ fiberglass bbl, including a special vented choke system that is presumed to be the experimental portion. The wood is oil finished with checkered forearm and pistol grip stock with Winchester red waffle pad and sling swivels. Accompanied by a spare skeet choke and stamped sheet metal tool with pencil notation on the inside “VERSALITE”. This is presumed to be the name for this choke system. The choke in the bbl is Modified and marked with the Winchester name. SN 199883A. CONDITION: Excellent. Receiver has some shiny spots but the shotgun overall is a satin or matte finish. 4-46689 JR365 (500-1,000)

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377

*WINCHESTER EXPERIMENTAL MODEL 59 FEATHERWEIGHT SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Alloy receiver shotgun with 26″ fiberglass bbl, including a special vented choke system that is presumed to be the experimental portion. The wood is oil finished with checkered forearm and pistol grip stock with Winchester red waffle pad and sling swivels. The choke in the bbl is Full and marked with the Winchester name. The name of this choke system is thought to be “VERSALITE”. SN 199877A. CONDITION: Excellent. Receiver has some shiny spots but the shotgun overall is a satin or matte finish. 4-46688 JR289 (500-1,000)

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378

WINCHESTER PROTOTYPE PISTOL PARTS FOR THE PROPOSED MODEL 1959-63 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. The idea for an inexpensive Cal. 22 or 38 revolver was explored by Winchester with the Bellmore-Johnson Tool Co. of Hamden, CT in the period 1959-63. Bellmore-Johnson designed the prototypes utilizing a sintered metal process for the frame fabrication and produced several test pieces. About the time that Winchester was seriously considering entering production, President Kennedy was assassinated and Winchester immediately scrapped the idea for fear of political repercussions. They closed the plant they had built to do this project, destroyed the existing samples except for the remaining prototype parts and two complete revolvers, which are currently on display in the Cody Firearms Museum, Cody, WY. This lot consists of two barreled actions which are the actual prototype patterns as identified by a numerical tag, three blued prototype frames, cylinder with ejector, and a box of parts, springs and screws, probably everything to assemble another complete gun. Accompanying are five 8×10 factory black & white photos of these partially completed revolvers. These prototype parts were obtained by Mr. Hutchinson directly from the Research Department through his friend John Olin. Accompanied by a copy of volume 1 of “THE WINCHESTER REPEATER” from the fall of 1984 containing an article by Peter Murray on “20TH CENTURY WINCHESTER HANDGUNS” detailing much of the above information with photographs of several partially finished frames and a letter from the former Director of Marketing and Product Planning. An extremely rare offering for the Winchester collector. CONDITION: Generally good with some scattered surface rust. 4-46939 (500-2,500)

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379

WINCHESTER FACTORY DISPLAY FOR EXPERIMENTAL CASELESS SHOTGUN AMMUNITION. 12ga. Clear plastic display stand holding four unfired experimental, caseless cartridges, three impact ignition and one electrical ignition, along with one loose electrical ignition cartridge of a different design. Designed and made in the Winchester Research Department. A paper label and two mounting screws are affixed to the display block. These are the experimental shells developed for the preceding four shotguns, items 372,373,374 and 375 and are exceeding rare. CONDITION: Excellent having been in storage in the Winchester factory until they were acquired by Mr. Hutchinson. 4-46946-74 JR347 (500-1,000)

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380

SCARCE WINCHESTER SPORTING ARMS PRODUCT INFORMATION MANUAL. Dated 1977. This countertop display flipchart is 17″ w x 8″ h, spiral bound, with 13 pages of information on firearms of that year including two of the previously offered cutaway shotguns, one being a Model 12 and the other a Super X Model 1. CONDITION: Excellent, one slight damage at the hinge, otherwise crisp and clear with bright sharp colors. 4-47440 (1,000-5,000)

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381

WINCHESTER RESEARCH DIVISION DRAW SET FOR THE EXPERIMENTAL 14ga. SHOT SHELL. Small frame, 12-5/8″ by 10″ that exhibits the process of manufacturing a 14ga. aluminum shotshell from a thick nickel-sized blank of aluminum through a completed and primed empty hull., obtained from the Winchester Research Department. CONDITION: Fine, minor dents at the lips of a couple of the cases. Frame is fine. 4-46946-76 JR355 (200-400)

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381A.

WINCHESTER TRADE SHOW DISPLAY BOARD SHOWING THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE WINLIGHT BARREL. Large lucite sheet 47-1/4″ h x 35-3/8″ w showing the steps for building a fiberglass bbl from the seamless steel liner to the finished product with 8 different steps plus a spindle of fiberglass fiber and a stick of epoxy resin. Included is an additional brown bbl, which is the next to last step before color is added. An interesting and unusual item. CONDITION: Generally fine. Some light rust on the exposed metal parts with one or two broken corners. 4-47120 JR360 (200-500)

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382

*J. NOWOTNY DRILLING. Cal. 12×12/9.3×72? Unusual drilling in that the shotgun bbls have Paradox bores (last 1-1/2″ of muzzles are rifled). Bbls are 25-1/2″ with a caterpillar front sight, 2-leaf folding Express sight marked “200” & “300”. Is also fitted for an unusual claw mount. The rib extension has a deep engraved dbl headed eagle. The bbls are very heavy with dbl lump and Greener cross bolt. The box lock receiver is triple scalloped, reinforced with side clips and Greener thumb safety. The receiver is beautifully engraved with very fine arabesque patterns over 25%. A most unusual feature is three triggers with the rifle trigger being set. The schnable tipped splinter forearm is also heavily reinforced. Another unusual feature is ejectors on the shotgun bbls. Receiver also has reinforced recoil shields and side clips with long tang and three cocked indicators. The buttstock has a checkered semi-pistol grip with shallow side panels and a shallow European style cheek piece with an American brown recoil pad. The bbl and buttstock is fitted with sling swivels. SN 13552. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Bbls retain about 95% original bright blue. Receiver and forearm reinforcements retain 75-80% subtle case colors. The forearm has a hairline crack at the tip, the stock is missing a splinter at the receiver, otherwise, the wood retains 85-90% original finish. The claw mounts and scope are missing. Bright shiny bores. 4-46711 JR38 (2,000-3,500)

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383

*CHARLES DALY DRILLING. Cal. 12×12/8x57R. Made in Prussia by J.P. Sauer & Son. Standard drilling with 28″ bbls, tapered matted rib, caterpillar front sight with single folding rear sight. Both bbls with makers name. The bottom flat of the bbl marked “Prussia” as is the water table on the receiver. The side locks are lightly engraved with cocked indicators and Charles Daly markings at the front. The bbls have double lump with Greener cross bolt and the receiver has cocked indicators and side cocking lever for the rifle bbl, hidden folding sight in the top tang. Nicely figured walnut wood with splinter forearm and round knob pistol grip stock, 13-3/4″ over a smooth steel buttplate. SN 141828. CONDITION: Good to very good. The bbls retain about 85% original blue with a thin cleaned spot on the left side. The receiver and lock plates retain 50-60% faded case colors, stronger in sheltered areas. The wood is sound and retains most of its original bright finish. Bright shiny bores with some light pitting in the right shotgun bbl. 4-46710 JR39 (1,500-2,500)

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384

BOYD & TYLER PATENT ACTION DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Swivel breech action with 27-7/8″ damascus bbls having manual extractors, back action locks, straight grain walnut with splinter forearm and straight stock, 14″ over a smooth steel buttplate. SN None visible. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbls retain 75-80% thinning brown pattern, possibly an old re-do. The remainder of the metal and wood retain about all of a fine restored finish. Dark lightly pitted bores. 4-46924 JR185 (500-1,000)

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385

BELGIAN SMALL-BORE PERCUSSION SHOTGUN. Cal. about 12mm. Very dainty and decorative percussion shotgun with 31-3/8″ damascus bbls, tapered matted rib with single bead having gold inlays over both chamber areas and top of the rib. Barrels have two damascus guides that contain the original iron ramrod. The stock is 1-pc with relief carved floral and arabesque patterns, with checkering on the forearm and wrist. The buttstock is relief carved on the left side with a 5-pointed star and matching patterns. Right side has identical patterns with a German silver cap box having a gold-washed lid with a relief stag. The rib extension, top tang, lock plates, hammers and trigger guard are all nicely engraved with very fine arabesque patterns and game scenes. Trigger guard is also game scene engraved. The swivels, triggers and single wedge are all gold washed. Buttplate is smooth, blued steel. CONDITION: Excellent. The bbls retain 75-80% brown pattern, the lock plates retain 50-60% case colors and the wood, most of its oil finish. Excellent mechanics. 4-46584 JR35 (1,500-3,000)

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386

DREYSE SIDE OPENING HAMMERLESS SHOTGUN. Cal. about 14 bore. Very unusual side swinging dbl. bbl shotgun with 27″ damascus bbls and damascus receiver mounted on a 1-pc modestly figured walnut stock. It has dbl. triggers with an iron and horn trigger guard. The under lever is swiveled to the left which allows the bbls to slide forward and pivot to the right extracting the cartridges from the chamber in the same motion. The smooth top rib is tapered with a dovetailed German silver front sight and a single leaf folding rear sight, and is inlaid with silver maker’s name and city. The receiver is inlaid with very fine silver arabesque patters and the lever and iron part of the trigger guard are beautifully engraved. Lever is inlaid with a silver dog and the trigger guard with a silver auerhaun. Stock has a checkered wrist and thick cheek piece with engraved smooth steel buttplate. SN 17688. CONDITION: Very good. The bbls retain 75-80% brown damascus pattern and receiver about 95% brown damascus pattern. Wood is sound with a fine hand patina. Bores are moderately pitted with some shine. Mechanics are good. 4-46868 JR34 (500-1,000)

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387

EARLY GERMAN CAPE GUN. Cal. 16ga and 11mm. Fine early Cape gun with 27-3/8″ damascus bbls, fixed sights with makers name and “MUNCHEN” in gold on the top rig. Breech end of the bbls have two gold bands and light gold inlay at the end of the rib. Receiver and back action lock plates, hammers and trigger guard are beautifully engraved with floral and vine patterns. The screw heads and hinge pin are gold inlay. Trigger guard is very stylized with a horn grip extension. The under lever is horn and iron with a tiny splinter forearm. Buttstock is highly figured with very deep Germanic style cheek piece, carved with a relief running stag on the left side and a nicely engraved 2-pc patch box on the right side. CONDITION: Good to very good. Bbls retain 75-80% brown pattern with the balance of the metal being a dark gray. The forearm is missing, small splinters from the bbl channel and the buttstock is cracked through the wrist. Dark moderately pitted bores. 4-46551 JR37 (1,500-2,500)

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388

P. WEBLEY & SON CAPE GUN. Cal. 10ga and about 52 center fire. Beautiful field gun with 30-1/8″ damascus bbls having a small dovetail front sight and 4-leaf (1 standing; 3 folding) Express sight marked on the top rib with the maker’s name and address. The small schnable tipped splinter forearm is secured with a single wedge. The round action has an under lever with back action locks, unadorned, with only the maker’s name. Wood is nicely figured English walnut with coarse checkering on the forearm and semi-pistol grip stock, 14-1/2″ over a smooth steel buttplate. SN 10989. CONDITION: Very good, plus. The bbls retain 93-95% original brown damascus pattern, thinning in areas. Receiver and lock plates retain 50-60% case colors, bright in the sheltered areas. Wood is sound and retains about 95% original oil finish. Bright shiny bores. 4-46550 JR36 (800-1,500)

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389

MASSIVE FOUR BORE FRENCH DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 4 bore. Massive dbl. with 32″ damascus bbls marked on the top rib “E. LA FAURE BTE A PARIS”. It has deeply scalloped fences with back action locks and hammers that are engraved in light arabesque patterns and also have the makers name and address. The under lever is also lightly engraved and marked “W.R.A.CO”. Trigger guard has a long lower tang that is also lightly engraved. It is mounted in a 1-pc wood stock with articulated forearm secured with a single wedge. The bottom of the bbls are marked “LEOPOLD BERNARD/CANNONIER A PARIS” and the water table of the receiver is marked with the makers name and serial number. Stamped in the ramrod channel between the bbls is a number and the date 1869. Accompanied by two brass 4ga. empty hulls 4″ long and marked Winchester No 4. This shotgun came from the Winchester Museum and was apparently used at Winchester for testing their 4ga ammunition. It is further accompanied by a letter dated June 25th 1994 from Herbert G. Houze of Cody, Wyoming completely describing this gun and with an appraisal value of $12,000. SN 700. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Bbls retain about 90% brown damascus pattern. Receiver and lock plates retain case colors in sheltered areas, brilliant around the fences with the balance turned silver. Wood is sound and retains most of an old restored finish. Bright shiny bores. The extractor mechanism appears to be missing, although the extractor is present. 4-46787 JR187 (5,000-10,000)

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390

RARE WINCHESTER MATCH GRADE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 20ga. Extremely rare gun with 28″ bbls choked FULL-IMP/MOD with dbl. lump and dolls head rib extension. The rib is marked ” WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO (MATCH GUN) NEW HAVEN CONN. USA”. These shotguns were only imported and sold by Winchester between 1879-1884. Receiver has nicely scalloped fences with fine English arabesque and game scene engraving with vignettes of a dog and guinea fowl. Lock plates are also marked with the makers name and “MATCH GUN”. It has dbl. triggers and extractors. Wood is nicely figured walnut with full checkered splinter forearm and round knob checkered stock with checkered horn buttplate. Accompanied by a letter from Ronald W. Stadt of Carbondale, IL dated March 11th, 1993 giving some background on this shotgun back to about 1984. Further accompanied by a large packet of research information regarding Winchester shotguns. SN 1314. CONDITION: Good to very good. The bbls retain 30-40% thin damascus pattern. Receiver and lock plates retain traces of case color in the sheltered areas with the balance turned silver. Wood is sound and retains generous amounts of original oil finish. Bright bores with scattered pitting. 4-46774 JR189 (5,000-10,000)

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391

RARE WINCHESTER MATCH GRADE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 16ga. Extremely rare gun with 29-11/16″ bbls choked IC/IC with dbl. lump and dolls head rib extension. The rib is marked ” WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO (MATCH GUN) NEW HAVEN CONN. USA”. These shotguns were only imported and sold by Winchester between 1879-1884. Receiver has nicely scalloped fences with fine English arabesque and game scene engraving with vignettes of a dog and guinea fowl. Lock plates are also marked with the makers name and “MATCH GUN”. It has dbl. triggers and extractors. Wood is nicely figured walnut with full checkered splinter forearm and round knob checkered stock with checkered horn buttplate. Accompanied by a letter from Ronald W. Stadt of Carbondale, IL dated March 11th, 1993 giving some background on this shotgun back to about 1984. Further accompanied by a large packet of research information regarding Winchester shotguns. This shotgun is pictured, by serial number in the WINCHESTER SHOTGUNS AND SHOTSHELLS by Ronald W. Stadt on the first page of chapter 1 and in greater detail on page 3 of the same chapter. SN 1310. CONDITION: Good to very good. The bbls retain most of an old refinish. Receiver and lock plates retain 15-20% case colors in the sheltered areas with the balance turned silver. Wood is sound and retains generous amounts of original oil finish. Bright polished bores. 4-46775 JR190 (3,000-5,000)

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392

RARE WINCHESTER MATCH GRADE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 10ga. Extremely rare shotgun with 32″ damascus bbls, concave rib marked “WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO (MATCH GUN) NEW HAVEN CONN. USA”. These shotguns were only imported and sold by Winchester between 1879-1884. The bbls have dbl. lump and dolls head rib extension. Receiver has nicely scalloped fences with fine English arabesque and game scene engraving with vignettes of dogs. Lock plates are also marked with the makers name and “MATCH GUN”. It has dbl. triggers and extractors. Wood is nicely figured walnut with full checkered splinter forearm and round knob checkered stock with checkered horn buttplate. SN 116. CONDITION: Very good. Bbls retain about 95% fine brown damascus pattern. Receiver and lock plates retain 30-40% faded case colors with the balance turned silver. Wood is sound with several grain checks at the buttplate and retains most of its original varnish. Bores are bright with scattered pitting. 4-46825 JR188 (3,000-5,000)

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393

RARE WINCHESTER MATCH GRADE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 10ga. Extremely rare gun with 30″ bbls with dbl. lump and dolls head rib extension. The rib is marked ” WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO (MATCH GUN) NEW HAVEN CONN. USA”. These shotguns were only imported and sold by Winchester between 1879-1884. Receiver has nicely scalloped fences with fine English arabesque and game scene engraving with vignettes of a dog and pheasants. Lock plates are also marked with the makers name and “MATCH GUN”. It has dbl. triggers and extractors. Wood is nicely figured walnut with full checkered splinter forearm and round knob checkered stock with checkered horn buttplate. SN 51170. CONDITION: Good to very good. The bbls retain 60-70% thin damascus pattern. Receiver and lock plates retain 20-30% case colors in the sheltered areas with the balance turned silver. Wood is sound and retains about all of a professionally restored finish. The serial number, possibly re-marked, as the lower tang appears to have been repaired. Bright polished bores. 4-46775 JR191 (3,000-5,000)

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394

RARE WINCHESTER CLASS B DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Extremely rare gun with 30″ bbls choked MOD/IC with dbl. lump and dolls head rib extension. The rib is marked ” WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO (CLASS B) NEW HAVEN CONN. USA”. These shotguns were only imported and sold by Winchester between 1879-1884. Receiver has nicely scalloped fences with fine English arabesque pattern engraving. Lock plates are also marked with the makers name and “CLASS B”. It has dbl. triggers and extractors. Wood is straight grain walnut with full checkered splinter forearm and round knob checkered stock with smooth steel buttplate. SN 1380. CONDITION: Good to very good. The bbls retain most of a re-browning. Receiver and lock plates retain traced of case colors in the sheltered areas with the balance turned silver. Wood has a repair through the wrist and retains about all of a refinish. Bores are bright with light pitting. 4-46915 JR192 (2,000-3,000)

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395

*ITHACA 5E SINGLE BARREL TRAP GUN. Cal. 12ga. Late model trap gun with 32″ vent rib bbl, Raybar front sight with ivory middle bead, case colored receiver, engraved with fine arabesque patterns and deep relief engraved panels having a relief gold pheasant on the left side and gold woodcock on the right side with a flying American eagle on the bottom. The forearm is typical tapered beavertail with Greener style latch. Stock has checkered side panels and fleur di lis checkered pistol grips, 14-3/4″ over an original Ithaca red waffle pad. SN 405294. CONDITION: Excellent, plus. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with only very minor handling and storage marks to the wood and finish. 4-46762 JR73 (2,500-4,000)

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396

*ITHACA 4E SINGLE BARREL TRAP GUN. Cal. 12ga. Late model trap gun with 32″ vent rib bbl, Raybar front sight with ivory middle bead, case colored receiver, engraved with trap shooter on the left side and Indian with bow on the right side, light arabesque patterns surrounding. Typical tapered beavertail forearm with Greener style latch and straight comb pistol grip stock, fleur di lis checkering, 14-1/2″ over an original Ithaca red waffle pad. SN 403920. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with slight wear on the upper and lower tangs and sharp edges. The wood is sound with the forearm having some minor finish loss and finish loss on the stock around the receiver and on the grip. 4-46576 JR72 (2,000-3,000)

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397

*ITHACA 4E SINGLE BARREL TRAP GUN. Cal. 12ga. Late model trap gun with 32″ vent rib bbl, Raybar front sight with ivory middle bead, case colored receiver, engraved with trap shooter on the left side and Indian with bow on the right side, light arabesque patterns surrounding. Typical tapered beavertail forearm with Greener style latch and straight comb pistol grip stock, fleur di lis checkering, 14-1/2″ over an original Ithaca red waffle pad. Accompanied by a blue Ithaca hang tag identifying this shotgun. SN 405311. CONDITION: Excellent to new. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. Wood is sound with only very minor handling and storage nicks and scratches. 4-46764 JR71 (2,500-3,500)

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398

*ITHACA MODEL 4E SINGLE BARREL TRAP GUN. Cal. 12ga. Beautiful trap gun with 34″ vent rib bbl, dbl. ivory beads, case colored receiver with standard engraving of a trap shooter on the left side and spread winged eagle on the right side. Usual tapered beavertail forearm with push button release and straight stock, fleur de lis checkering and a shadow cheek piece. There is a shield shaped gold initial plate bearing the initials REK and a Masonic emblem and is 14-3/8″ over a brown Herters pad. SN 278504. CONDITION: Excellent, plus. The bbl retains 97-98% original blue. Receiver 95-97% strong bright case colors. Wood is sound and retains most of its original finish. Bright shiny bore. 4-46575 JR68 (2,000-3,000)

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399

*ITHACA 4E SINGLE BARREL TRAP GUN. Cal. 12ga. Late model trap gun with 30″ vent rib bbl, Raybar front sight with ivory middle bead, case colored receiver, engraved with trap shooter on the left side and Indian with bow on the right side, light arabesque patterns surrounding. Typical tapered beavertail forearm with Greener style latch and straight comb pistol grip stock, fleur di lis checkering, 14″ over an old Jenkins trap pad. SN 404374. CONDITION: Excellent to new. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with the case colors on the bottom of the receiver slightly faded. Wood is sound with only minor handling and storage nicks and scratches. 4-46763 JR70 (2,000-3,000)

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400

*H. MCKAY SINGLE BARREL TRAP GUN. Cal. 12ga. Very unusual single bbl trap, allegedly one of only four made. This rare shotgun has a 32″ vent rib bbl with dbl. ivory beads with a receiver similar to a Lefever except the opening lever is in front of the trigger guard. The wood is extremely highly figured American Claro with beavertail forearm and Monte Carlo stock, 14-1/4″ over a brown waffle pad. SN 4A. CONDITION: As new, retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with minor handling and storage marks. Bright shiny bore. 4-46739 JR69 (800-1,500)

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401

*WINCHESTER MODEL 23 CLASSIC DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 410. Fine double with 26″ vent rib bbls choked FULL/MOD, dbl. lump with single selective trigger and ejectors. Fitted with black tipped beavertail forearm and nicely figured pistol grip stock, 14-1/2″ over a Winchester decelerator pad. Receiver is blued with modest engraving and a raised gold pheasant on the floorplate. SN CL410-333E. CONDITION: Appears to be new, unfired retaining virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. 4-46696 JR174 (1,500-2,500)

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402

*WINCHESTER MODEL 23 CLASSIC DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 28ga. Fine double with 26″ vent rib bbls choked MOD/IC, dbl. lump with single selective trigger and ejectors. Fitted with black tipped beavertail forearm and nicely figured pistol grip stock, 14-1/2″ over a Winchester decelerator pad. Receiver is blued with modest engraving and a raised gold pheasant on the floorplate. SN CL28-333E. CONDITION: Appears to be new, unfired retaining virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. 4-46697 JR175 (1,500-2,500)

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403

*WINCHESTER MODEL 23 CLASSIC DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 20ga. Fine double with 26″ vent rib bbls choked MOD/IC, dbl. lump with single selective trigger and ejectors. Fitted with black tipped beavertail forearm and nicely figured pistol grip stock, 14-1/2″ over a Winchester decelerator pad. Receiver is blued with modest engraving and a raised gold pheasant on the floorplate. SN CL20-333E. CONDITION: Appears to be new, unfired retaining virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. 4-46698 JR172 (1,250-1,750)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 23 CLASSIC DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Fine double with 26″ vent rib bbls choked MOD/IC, dbl. lump with single selective trigger and ejectors. Fitted with black tipped beavertail forearm and nicely figured pistol grip stock, 14-1/2″ over a Winchester decelerator pad. Receiver is blued with modest engraving and a raised gold pheasant on the floorplate. SN CL12-333E. CONDITION: Appears to be new, unfired retaining virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. 4-46699 JR176 (1,250-1,750)

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405

*WINCHESTER MODEL 23 XTR PIGEON GRADE. Cal. 20ga. Fine double with 28″ vent rib bbls choked FULL/MOD, coin finish receiver, lever, foreend iron and trigger guard, all lightly engraved with a pigeon and Winchester logo on the floorplate. Nicely figured wood with beavertail forearm and round knob pistol grip stock, 14″ over a Winchester decelerator pad. Fitted with single trigger and ejectors. SN PWK202904. CONDITION: As new. Appears to be unfired and retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. 4-46690 JR177 (1,250-1,750)

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406

*WINCHESTER MODEL 101 DIAMOND GRADE OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 410. Fine skeet gun with 27-1/2″ high rib bbls. Chamber 2 1/2″ and choked Skeet/Skeet. The receiver is coin finish and nicely engraved with fine figured wood, grasping groove forearm and pistol grip stock, 14-1/2″ over a Winchester Decelerator pad. The stock has black diamonds inlaid on top of the wrist and the bottom of the grip. The receiver has ejectors and single selective adjustable trigger. SN DG284182E. CONDITION: As new, appears unfired, retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with only a few minor mars in the wood finish. 4-46826 JR51 (1,000-1,500)

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407

*WINCHESTER MODEL 101 PIGEON GRADE OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 410. Fine little skeet gun with 28″ vent rib bbls, dbl. ivory beads, coin finish, engraved receiver, single selective trigger and ejectors. Wood is nicely figured walnut with grasping groove forearm and pistol grip stock, 14-1/4″ over a black composition buttplate. SN PK269164. CONDITION: Excellent, has been fired but retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood with a couple of small finish dings on the stock. 4-46730 JR44 (1,000-1,500)

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408

*WINCHESTER MODEL 101 DIAMOND GRADE OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 28ga. Fine skeet gun with 27-1/2″ high rib bbls, choked skeet/skeet, coin finished, engraved receiver with ejectors and adjustable single trigger. Top of wrist and grip cap have inlaid black diamonds. Wood is nicely figured walnut with grasping groove forearm and pistol grip stock, 14-3/8″ over an original black Winchester Decelerator pad. SN DG284124E. CONDITION: Appears to be new, unfired retaining virtually all its original finish to both wood and metal. 4-46827 JR45 (1,000-1,500)

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409

*WINCHESTER MODEL 101 CLASSIC OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 28ga. Beautiful classic field gun with 28″ vent rib bbls, dbl. ivory beads, Winchokes, game scene engraved coin finish receiver and highly figured wood with style “B” checkering, 14″ over an old English pad. It is fitted with ejectors and adjustable single trigger. SN CA7-674. CONDITION: Excellent, has been used but retains virtually all its original finish to both wood and metal with minor spotting on the bottom bbl at the muzzle and some minor nicks to the wood finish. 4-46828 JR47 (1,250-1,750)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 101 DIAMOND GRADE OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 20ga. Fine diamond grade skeet gun with 28″ high rib ported bbls, coin finished engraved receiver and trigger guard with grasping groove forearm and pistol grip stock, 14-3/8″ over a black Winchester Decelerator pad. It is fitted with single selective trigger and ejectors. SN BD271725. CONDITION: As new, appears to be unfired retaining virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. 4-46803 JR42 (1,500-2,000)

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412

*WINCHESTER PIGEON GRADE LIGHT WEIGHT OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 20ga. Appears to be a prototype for this model as all the metal is in the white, never having been finished. It is fitted with 27″ vent rib bbls. The bbls have standard marking as does the rib but the receiver is completely unmarked. The bbls are fitted with Winchokes and the rib has never had the beads installed. Wood is highly figured walnut with checkered grasping groove forearm, checkered side panels and round knob grip, 14-1/4″ over an old English pad. The receiver has checkered single selective trigger and ejectors. SN PK284600E. CONDITION: As new, appears unfired retaining all the original bright finish to the metal and varnish on the wood. 4-46695 JR46 (1,000-3,000)

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413

*WINCHESTER MODEL 101 XTR SPORTER OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Fine sporting clay shotgun with 28″ vent rib bbls, Winchokes, dbl. ivory beads, engraved coin finish receiver, modestly figured wood with schnable tipped forearm and pistol gripped stock, 14 1/4″ over a brown composition hard butt plate. Top of the wrist and bottom of the grip are inlayed with black diamonds and the receiver has ejectors and single selective trigger. SN DG499469E. CONDITION: Excellent. Has been fired. Retains virtually all manufacture finish with two small dings on the left side of the bbl. 4-46826 JR49 (1,000-1,500)

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*WINCHESTER MODEL 101 PIGEON GRADE LIGHTWEIGHT OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Fine field gun with 27″ vent rib bbls, Winchokes, dbl. ivory beads, the rear broken, ejectors, single selective trigger, game scene engraved receiver, highly figured wood with grasping groove forearm and round knob stock, 14-1/4″ over a Winchester thin pad. SN PK547059E. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Retains 96-98% bbl blue, all the original receiver coin finish. 96-98% wood finish with minor scrapes and dings in the varnish. Bright shiny bores. 4-46834 JR48 (800-1,200)

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415

*CHARLES DALY OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 410. Fine skeet gun with 26″ vent rib bbls, choked skeet/skeet, grasping groove forearm and pistol grip stock, 14″ over a black composition buttplate. Receiver is engraved with arabesque patterns and has single selective triggers with ejectors. Made in Japan. SN 515947. CONDITION: Excellent. Retains virtually all its original finish to both wood and metal. Appears to have been fired very little. Bright shiny bores. 4-46661 JR40 (500-800)

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416

*WINCHESTER MODEL 99 OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. European style field gun with 28″ vent ribbed bbls, choked IMP-MOD/IMP-CYL. Receiver is flat side with minimal decoration, wood is straight grain walnut with coarse checkering, grasping groove forearm, pistol grip stock, 14-1/2″ over a black composition buttplate. Receiver has dbl. triggers and ejectors. SN K383651. CONDITION: Excellent to new. Appears unfired retaining virtually all its original factory finish to both metal and wood. Bright shiny bores. 4-46801 JR41 (800-1,200)

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417

*SKB MODEL 605 OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Ducks Unlimited commemorative shotgun with 28″ vent rib bbls with screw chokes. Receiver is coin finished, moderately engraved with gold wash inlay of a dog holding a duck. The bottom of the receiver is marked with the Ducks Unlimited logo and the trigger guard “SPONSOR”. Wood is highly figured walnut with grasping groove forearm and pistol grip stock, 14-1/4″ over and original brown recoil pad. Bbls have double extensions with Greener cross bolt, single selective triggers and ejectors. SN DU900031. CONDITION: As new, appears unfired retaining virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. 4-46765 JR43 (800-1,200)

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418

*BERETTA SILVER SNIPE OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN. Cal. 12ga. Early shotgun with 26″ vent ribbed bbl, choked. IMP-MOD/IMP/CYL, narrow matted rib with dbl. beads, white alloy receiver, modestly grained wood with semi-beavertail forearm and pistol grip stock 13-3/4″ over a red Pachmayr pad. It is equipped with single, non-selective trigger and extractor. SN A17896. CONDITION: Very good. The bbls retain 93-95% original blue with a dent in the rib. The receiver retains most of its original bright finish. The forend iron and trigger guard have scattered light pitting. The stock has a couple of hairlines back of the top tang, otherwise the wood is sound and retains about 85% original finish with usual handling and use marks. Bright shiny bores. 4-46562 JR148 (400-700)

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419

*LUGER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. SN 430d, all matching except magazine, which is an aluminum base WWII. Cal. 9mm, 3-7/8″ round bbl. Dated 1916 on the chamber. Has the Prussian eagle acceptance mark on bbl, breechblock and wishbone. CONDITION: 95% thinning blue, worn only on high spots. The grips are sharp, the action is fine. 4-46484 FS192 (600-900)

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420

*COLT GOVERNMENT MODEL NATIONAL MATCH SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. SN C179465. Cal. 45ACP. 5″ round bbl. Made in 1935. The bbl is unmarked. CONDITION: 85% blue, worn on the safety, muzzle and sharp edges. The magazine is a replacement. The grips and action are good. 4-46466 FS149 (750-1,500)

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421

*COLT MODEL 1911 US ARMY SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. SN 245519. Cal. 45ACP. 5″ round bbl. Made in 1918. CONDITION: Excellent. 97% brush blue, sharp checkering on the wood grips. Action is fine. 4-46476 FS148 (1,000-1,500)

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422

*COLT MODEL 1911 A1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. SN 1632884. Cal. 45ACP. 5″ round bbl. Made in 1944. “GHD” inspector mark on left side behind trigger. Crossed cannons on rear right side of frame. Bbl marked “COLT 45 AUTO” on the bottom. CONDITION: Retains almost all of the parkerized finish, except bbl which has 95% of the blue. The plastic grips are sharp. Mechanically tight. 4-46477 FS151 (700-1,100)

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423

*COLT GOVERNMENT MODEL SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. SN C96255. Cal. 45ACP. 5″ round bbl. Made in 1917. CONDITION: 80% blue, worn on the grip straps, muzzle and left side of slide with light scratching around the takedown lever. The magazine is a replacement. Mechanically fine. 4-46441 FS150 (750-1,150)

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424

*COLT MK IV GOVERNMENT MODEL SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. SN 70G65826. Cal. 45ACP. 5″ round bbl. Gold and silver Mexican grips. CONDITION: 98% bright nickel on sides of frame and slide with scratched area at the front of the slide. Mechanically excellent. 4-46467 FS147 (600-800)

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425

RARE COLT U.S. MATCH TARGET WOODSMAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. SN 13829 on the front of the grip strap. Ordnance bomb on left side of frame above the trigger guard and “G.H.D” on right side of frame in same position. This was a first model “BULLSEYE” pistol, but the grips have been replaced with later plastic Woodsman grips. The top of the bbl frame and slide have a matte finish. CONDITION: Excellent with 98% blue worn only on the edges and at the muzzle, slightly thinning on the slide. The grips are sharp, the action is fine. 4-46424 FS196 (1,500-2,500)

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426

*COLT WOODSMAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. SN 116000. Cal. .22LR, 6-5/8″ round bbl. Sports model, standard markings on left side of frame and slide and top of bbl. CONDITION: Excellent with slight edge wear at the muzzle and some oil stain on the grips. 4-46442 FS185 (600-900)

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427

COLT PRE-WOODSMAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. SN 10559. Cal. 22 long rifle, 6-5/8″ round bbl. Replaced plastic grips. Marked “COLT AUTOMATIC / CAL. 22 LONG RIFLE” on the left side of the slide. Murad grips have an oak leaf pattern. CONDITION: Excellent with 98% slightly thinning blue. The grips are fine. Action still has low speed springs. 4-46427 FS195 (500-800)

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428

*BROWNING MEDALLIST TARGET PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. Fine target pistol with 6-3/4″ heavy vent rib bbl, adjustable sights, highly figured forearm and thumb rest grips, gold plated trigger. Complete in original presentation case with weights, cartridge block, key and instruction booklet. SN 86849T7. CONDITION: Pristine, new and unfired. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. The weights and screwdriver are also new. Interior of the case shows light soil with the exterior fine. 4-46438 JR315 (500-800)

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429

*BROWNING MEDALLIST TARGET PISTOL. Cal. 22LR. Fine target pistol with 6-3/4″ heavy vent rib bbl, adjustable sights, highly figured forearm and thumb rest grips, gold plated trigger. Complete in original presentation case with weights, target block, and key. SN 26767U3S. CONDITION: Pristine, new and unfired. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and wood. The weights and screwdriver are also new. Case is fine. 4-46488 JR316 (500-800)

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430

*COLT COMMERCIAL MODEL 1917 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 45ACP. Fine DA revolver for 45ACP with half moon clips or Auto Rim cartridges. Fitted with full checkered Colt medallion walnut grips. Accompanied by the original 2-pc dark maroon box numbered to this revolver with special instruction pamphlet and small Colt envelope containing 2 half-moon clips. SN 336362. CONDITION: Pristine, new, unfired with only the hint of a cylinder line. Retains virtually all its original finish to metal and grips. Box is very good with worn corners and one split corner. 4-46461 JR314 (1,250-1,750)

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431

COLT POLICE POSITIVE REVOLVER. SN 131388. Cal. .32NP, 6″ round bbl. Standard markings on bbl. Hard rubber grips with large stylized C around the hammer screw. In original black box with hang tag and other papers including an H.S.&B. hang tag for another gun. CONDITION: 80% bright blue with holster wear at muzzle and sharp edges. The grip straps have turned a plum brown. The grips are fine. The box has two open seams and has wear at the edges. The papers are oil soaked. 4-46458 FS197 (250-500)

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432

*RARE TWO-TONE SMITH & WESSON TRIPLE LOCK REVOLVER. SN 8353, Cal. .44S&W Special.Ctg., 6-1/2″ round bbl. CONDITION: Excellent with only light handling marks and very light dragline on nickelplated cylinder. Bright case hardening colors on hammer and trigger. The frame is blue and shows a few show tiny handling marks with three spots of light surface rust at the base of the front sight. The grips are sharp. 4-46475 FS498 (1,000-1,500)

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433

*PRE-WAR REGISTERED SMITH & WESSON MAGNUM REVOLVER. Cal. 357 Magnum. Beautiful early Magnum with 8-3/4″ raised rib bbl, partridge front sight and adjustable rear sight. Thin hammer with checkered short spur and serrations on the side fitted with diamond checkered Roper walnut grips. Registration number inside the crane is “1916”. SN 50218. CONDITION: Very good, plus. Retains 94-96% bright blue overall. One or two small nicks on the checkered rib and on the checkered top strap. Excellent grips, bright shiny bore. 4-46474 JR311 (500-800)

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434

*COLT NEW SERVICE FLAT TOP TARGET REVOLVER. SN 6217. Cal. .44 Russian, 7-1/2″ round bbl. Deluxe model with fancy checkered wood grips and hand-checkered backstrap, trigger guard and trigger. Completely refinished. Missing the front sight. CONDITION: Retains almost all of the refinished nickel. Minor chips on the grips. Action needs work. 4-47123 FS176 (600-900)

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435

*COLT NEW SERVICE REVOLVER. SN 339850, Cal. .38 Special, 6″ round bbl. Checkered wood grips with silver Colt escutcheons at the top are unmarked inside. The frame is marked under the right grip “TLB 15 17” possibly indicating a special order. CONDITION: Excellent to near new with only tiny dragline on the cylinder. 4-46497 FS502 (800-1,200)

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436

*COLT MODEL 1917 ARMY REVOLVER. SN 206577, the army number on the butt is 53277, Cal. .45ACP, 5-7/16″ round bbl. As usual markings on bottom of bbl and left side of frame. CONDITION: Retains 90% of the brush blue military finish blending to brown on the backstrap. The blue on the hammer is bright. The action is tight. The grips have only minor handling marks. 4-46460 FS505 (500-800)

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437

*SMITH & WESSON K-32 DA REVOLVER. Cal. 32 S&W Long. Fine target revolver with 6″ ribbed bbl, partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, diamond checkered Magna grips, case colored trigger and hammer. SN K233422. CONDITION: Excellent, plus. Appears to be unfired. Retains 98-99% strong original bright blue. Excellent plus grips, brilliant bore. 4-46437 JR312 (800-1,200)

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438

*COLT MODEL 1901 ARMY REVOLVER. Marked on butt “U.S. / ARMY / MODEL / 1901 / No / 65 / 035” with matching numbers on the cylinder catch, frame and bottom of bbl. “R.A.C” inspectors marks appear on the left side of the frame, the bottom of both grips, and twice on the cylinder. “L.E.S.” also appears on the left side of the frame. A large No. 16 is stamped into the left grip. CONDITION: Fine with 90% blue worn on top of the frame and on the backstrap. The butt is slightly battered, the action is tight. 4-46430 FS504 (500-900)

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439

*SMITH & WESSON K-22 MASTERPIECE DA REVOLVER. Cal. 22LR. Fine target revolver with 6″ ribbed bbl, partridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, diamond checkered Magna grips with case colored trigger and hammer. SN K316378. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Retains 95-97% strong bright original blue with slight muzzle wear. Grips are excellent, bright shiny bore. 4-46425 JR313 (300-450)

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440

*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 17-2 REVOLVER. SN K636710 Cal. .22LR, 5-7/8″ ribbed bbl. CONDITION: 95% blue with heavy cylinder dragline. The trigger and target hammer have dark case hardening colors. There are minor scratches and dents on the grips. The action is fine. 4-46439 FS500 (250-350)

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441

*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 14-2 REVOLVER. SN K623760, Cal. .38 Special, 5-7/8″ broad ribbed bbl. CONDITION: 93% blue, well worn on the ejector and with specks of light surface rust. Bright case hardening on the trigger and target hammer. The grips are fine, the bore is badly leaded. 4-46426 FS499 (250-350)

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442

*SMITH & WESSON MODEL 17-2 REVOLVER. SN K553294, Cal. .22 long rifle, 5-7/8″ ribbed bbl. CONDITION: 80% blue, thinning on the bbl with light surface rust and pitting on the grip, triggerguard and bottom of the bbl. The grips are good with chips missing on the left grip. The action is fine. 4-46490 FS501 (150-250)

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443

*COLT OFFICERS MODEL FLAT TOP TARGET REVOLVER. SN 22739, Cal. .22 long rifle, 6″ round bbl. Oversized wood grips with gold Colt escutcheons are marked 2 inside, and the web is filed to allow the fit of the grips. CONDITION: Excellent with slight muzzle wear and very light cylinder dragline. 4-46462 FS503 (450-650)

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444

*COLT POLICE POSITIVE REVOLVER. SN 149789. Cal. .38NP. 6″ round bbl. Fancy hard rubber grips with C around grip screw on both sides. CONDITION: Excellent with 96% original blue, thinning on the backstrap and worn at the muzzle and sharp edges. Slightly faded grips. 4-46459 FS53 (200-400)

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445

FINE COLT NEW HOUSE PISTOL. SN 18839. Cal. .38LC. 2-3/16″ round bbl. British proof marks on the bottom of the bbl and each chamber of the cylinder. CONDITION: 90% bright blue overall. Some light scratching on the cylinder. Grips are sharp but are sun faded. Mechanically excellent. 4-46375 FS51 (1,000-1,500)

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446

*SMITH & WESSON MILITARY & POLICE REVOLVER. SN 479691. Cal. .38 Spcl., 5″ round bbl. CONDITION: 50% blue overall with faded case hardening on hammer and trigger. the wood grips are battered, the action is good. ROHM RG17 DOUBLE DERRINGER. SN 26533. Cal. .38 Spcl., 2-7/8″ ribbed bbls. CONDITION: 98% blue, the white plastic grips are very dirty. 4-46844 4-46420 FS189 (100-200)

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447

*COLT POCKET POSITIVE REVOLVER. SN 66576. Cal. .32NP, 3-1/2″ round bbl. Standard markings on bbl. CONDITION: 97% bright blue with spots of surface rust and pitting, slight wear on sharp edges. The grips are fine. Action is excellent. 4-46457 FS191 (200-400)

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448

*COLT NEW POCKET REVOLVER. SN 23358. Cal. .32NP. 3-1/2″ round bbl. Standard 3-line marking with 1900 patent date. CONDITION: 25% blue mixed with light surface rust and pitting. The right grip is sun faded. Action is fine. 4-46456 FS52 (150-250)

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449

*RUGER BLACKHAWK SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER. Cal. 41Mag. Fine single action with 6-1/2″ bbl, ramp front sight, adjustable rear sight with 2-pc Ruger medallion grips. Accompanied by the original black and yellow 2-pc box, instruction manual and warrantee card. Also includes a sales receipt date 1968 showing a cost of $87.50 SN 11460. CONDITION: Excellent plus. Appears to be unfired. Retains virtually all its original finish to both metal and grips. Box is also excellent with only slightly worn corners and edges. 4-46471 JR318 (300-500)

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450

*COLT ST. LOUIS BICENTENNIAL REVOLVER. SN 0364SL. Cal. .22, 4-3/4″ round bbl. CONDITION: Spots of moderate pitting on left side, no case. 4-46481 FS122 (150-250)

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451

*RUGER SINGLE SIX REVOLVER. SN 2153318, Cal. .22 long rifle, 6-1/2″ round bbl. Standard model and markings. CONDITION: Shows no use but has minor handling faults including specks of light surface rust and pitting. 4-46501 FS506 (200-300)

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452

*COLT MODEL 1903 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. SN 262768. Cal. 32ACP. 3-3/4″ bbl. CONDITION: Retains most of the professional reblue, leaving sharp markings. The grips are worn on the high spots with a few minor scratches. Mechanically excellent. 4-46463 FS160 (200-300)

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453

*COLT MODEL 1903 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. SN 441626. Cal. 32ACP. 3-3/4″ bbl. CONDITION: Retains most of the original blue. The grips are worn on the high spots. Mechanically excellent. 4-46422 FS161 (500-700)

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454

*COLT MODEL 1908 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. SN 336226. Cal. 25ACP. 2″ round bbl. Hard rubber grips with silver rampant Colt escutcheons. CONDITION: 90% blue with slight wear on sharp edges, thinning on the top. Brilliant case hardening on trigger, backstrap and safety. The grips are fine. 4-46431 FS159 (250-350)

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455

*COLT MODEL 1908 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. SN 393985. Cal. 25ACP. 2″ round bbl. Wood grips with silver rampant Colt escutcheons. CONDITION: 97% blue with slight wear on sharp edges. Brilliant case hardening on trigger, backstrap and safety. The grips are fine. 4-46464 FS158 (300-500)

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456

*COLT MODEL 1908 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. SN 405958. Cal. 25ACP. 2″ round bbl. Wood grips with silver rampant Colt escutcheons. CONDITION: 97% blue with slight wear on sharp edges. Brilliant case hardening on trigger, backstrap and safety. The grips are fine. 4-46465 FS157 (300-500)

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457

*WALTHER MODEL 9 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. SN 617725. Cal. 25. 2-1/8″ round bbl. Both grips have been broken and the Walther logo in the circle has been replaced by a blue iron piece held by brass screws. CONDITION: 30-40% thinning blue mixed with light pitting and surface rust. The grips are poor, the action is good. 4-46935 FS162 (150-300)

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458

*BROWNING BABY SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. SN 328833. Cal. .25 ACE. 2″ bbl. CONDITION: Excellent with slight wear on grip strap and rear of bbl. Grips are sharp, mechanically fine. 4-46468 FS14 (250-350)

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459

*SAVAGE MODEL 1907 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. SN 5721B. Cal. 380ACP. 4-1/4″ bbl. Missing the chamber loaded indicator. CONDITION: 50% thinning blue, heavily worn at the muzzle and on the grip straps. Action is fine. The grips have light scratches and are worn on the headband. 4-46419 FS168 (250-350)

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460

*JAPANESE TYPE 94 NAMBU SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. SN 34072, except magazine 587. Cal. 8mm, 4-1/2″ round bbl. Dated 19.4 (April 1944) on the right side of the frame. Made at Nagoya “B” arsenal. CONDITION: 90% brush blue with some light pitting on grip straps. Mechanically does not stay open after last shot. 4-46485 FS190 (200-300)

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461

*UNIQUE SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL W/HOLSTER. SN 109713. Cal. 32ACP. 3-1/8″ round bbl. The black two-flap holster is unmarked. CONDITION: Excellent, with slight holster wear on the sharp edges. 4-46850 FS165 (150-250)

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462

LOT OF TWO 1950’S COLT CONVERSION UNITS. Cal. 22LR. Both sets are in hanged lid chocolate brown boxes. One unit is complete, the other is missing the magazine, recoil spring and extractor. CONDITION: Both units are excellent. Retaining most of their original bright blue. Both boxes are very good. One slightly soiled. 4-47438; 4-47439 JR358 (300-500)

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463

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

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464

LOT OF 2 WWII GERMAN DAGGERS. 1) SA Corps dress dagger with 8-3/4″ dbl. edged blade by Bontgin & Sabin marked “ALLES FUR DEUTCHLAND” with brown hourglass shaped handle that has Nazi eagle and SA, in its original brown painted metal sheath with leather hanger. CONDITION: Good to very good. Blade is slightly dirty and stained, may clean. Handle is fine with one small chip. Sheath with 85% brown paint, one small dent. Hanger is fine. 2) Fireman’s dress bayonet, nickeled 9-3/4 single edged blade by Eickhorn, black handle scales with eagle head pommel and “S” shaped handguard. Black metal sheath with black frog. CONDITION: Excellent to new. 4-47108 JR328 (300-500)

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465

ENGRAVED COLT CLOVERLEAF PISTOL. SN 2194. Cal. .41 Rimfire. 2-7/8″ round bbl. Standard 2-line marking on the top of the bbl. Refinished by Tom Haas. CONDITION: Near new as refinished. 4-46890 FS19 (1,500-2,500)

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466

FINE CHICAGO PALM PISTOL. SN 12455, all matching. Cal. 32 extra short. 1-7/8″ round bbl. CONDITION: About new with bright nickel overall. The pearl grips have bright colors. The hammer cocking spring is broken, so the gun will not operate. 4-46845 FS163 (2,000-3,000)

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467

MINNEAPOLIS PALM PISTOL. SN 2467. Cal. .32XS. 1-5/8″ part oct. bbl. Marked “THE PROTECTOR” on one side with patent date on the other. CONDITION: 92% nickel overall with slight flaking on the side plates. Mechanically needs work. Cylinder will not rotate. 4-46842 FS72 (600-1,000)

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468

CHICAGO PALM PISTOL. SN 10804, except side plate SN 11406. Cal. .32XS. 1-11/16″ round bbl. Left side plate, grip and screw are missing. Hammer is an incorrect replacement. CONDITION: 80% nickel with spots of rust and flaking. The remaining grip is worn flat. Mechanically needs parts. 4-46469 FS73 (500-1,000)

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469

COLT HOUSE PISTOL. SN 8235. Cal. .41 RF, 2-1/2″ round bbl. CONDITION: Blue-brown patina with light surface rust and pitting. The frame has splotchy patina. Grips are worn flat on the high spots with minor chips on the top but retains about 2/3 of the varnish. Mechanically fine. 4-46373 FS124 (500-800)

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470

MOORE NO. 1 DERINGER. SN 2602. Cal. .41. 2-1/2″ bbl. Standard production type. CONDITION: 20% silver on engraved frame. Engraved bbl is dull gray with light pitting. Mechanically fine. 4-46428 FS71 (500-900)

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471

COLT NO. 2 DERRINGER. SN 3672. Cal. .41RF. 2-1/2″ bbl. Standard 2-line marking. CONDITION: Bbl has been cleaned bright and some light surface rust has formed. Frame is sharp, but has no finish. 4-46308 FS58 (400-600)

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472

COLT NO. 3 DERINGER. SN 4625. Cal. .41. 2-1/2″ round bbl. CONDITION: 97% silver on frame, 50% blue on the bbl. Grips are worn on the high edges and have flaking and checking overall. Mechanically fine. 4-46371 FS60 (500-800)

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472A.

COLT NO. 1 DERINGER. SN 4466. Cal. .41RF. 2-1/2″ bbl. Standard marking on top of bbl. CONDITION: 65% nickel on bbl. Frame is mostly blue-gray with a spot of moderate pitting on left side. 4-46496 FS36 (800-1,200)

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473

COLT NO. 1 DERINGER. SN 1106. Cal. .41RF. 2-1/2″ bbl. British proof marks. CONDITION: Traces of blue on bbl. Sharp markings. 4-46307 FS56 (1,000-1,500)

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474

COLT NO. 2 DERINGER. SN 3584. Cal. .41RF. 2-1/2″ bbl. Standard 2-line marking, refinished. CONDITION: Retains most of the refinished nickel. Grips are sharp due to re-checkering. 4-46370 FS57 (300-500)

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475

COLT NO. 1 DERINGER. SN 3017. Cal. .41RF. 2-1/2″ bbl. British proof marks. CONDITION: Smooth gray patina with sharp markings. 4-46369 FS55 (800-1,200)

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476

REMINGTON ARMS COMPANY DOUBLE DERINGER. SN 817. Cal. .41RF. 3″ ribbed bbl. 1-line marking on top of bbl rib. CONDITION: 95% nickel, flaked around grips. Grips are worn smooth in spots. Mechanically does not index. 4-46415 FS11 (400-500)

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477

REMINGTON DOUBLE BARREL DERINGER. SN 39. Cal. .41RF. 3″ ribbed bbl. 1-line “REMINGTON ARMS CO” marking on top of bbl rib. CONDITION: 90% thinning blue on bbl. 40% on frame with rust spots on the right side. Mechanically good. 4-46492 FS67 (500-800)

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478

*REMINGTON DOUBLE BARREL DERINGER. SN L94155. Cal. .41. 3″ bbl. “REMINGTON ARMS – U.M.C. CO. ILION, NY” on top of bbl. CONDITION: Cleaned and chemically toned. Grips are fine. 4-4621 FS68 (300-500)

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479

REMINGTON ELLIOT DERINGER. SN 16025. Cal. .32. 3-3/8″ bbl. Standard markings on both sides of the bbl. The link spring is missing. CONDITION: Gray patina with light to medium pits overall. Grips are heavily worn. Mechanically needs work. 4-46418 FS69 (200-300)

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480

REMINGTON ELLIOT DERRINGER. SN 1917. Cal. .32 RF, 3-3/8″ ribbed bbls. CONDITION: Completely refinished with reddish cast to the frame and markings on left of bbl nearly invisible. Grips have sun faded to a light olive. Mechanically needs work. 4-46934 FS125 (150-300)

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481

COLT NO. 3 DERINGER. SN 9120. Cal. .41. 2-1/2″ round bbl. High hammer, wide grip. CONDITION: 85% nickel, 75% blue. Grips are worn on the high spots with crackled varnish overall. Mechanically fine. 4-46309 FS61 (500-800)

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483

ENGRAVED COLT NO. 3 DERINGER. SN 4395. Cal. .41. 2-1/2″ round bbl. Ivory grips. Large scroll engraving with borders, probably New York. CONDITION: Well worn removing some of the engraving on the left side. Ivory grips have small chips and stains at the bottom from the pin. 4-46372 FS59 (700-1,100)

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484

ALLEN & WHEELOCK SIDE HAMMER REVOLVER. SN 132, matching. Cal. .22short. 3″ oct. bbl. No cylinder scene. CONDITION: 40% blue on bbl with scratch marks from cleaning. Frame, cylinder and hammer have been cleaned bright. Grips have large chips missing at the bottom but still retain about half of their varnish. 4-46831 FS70 (150-250)

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485

SHARPS MODEL 2A PEPPER BOX. SN 17669. Cal. .30RF, 3″ fluted bbls. Standard markings around the hammer screws on both sides. CONDITION: Traces of blue remain in the flutes of the bbl and about 80% on the hammer. Left grip is broken at the top and has chips at the bottom, is worn flat at the bottom and both are sun faded. Mechanically, firing pin will not turn. 4-46414 FS200 (200-350)

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486

MARLIN No 32 STANDARD 1875 REVOLVER. SN 4555 Cal.32 Rimfire. 3″ rib bbl. CONDITION: Hinge poorly repaired and gun refinished. Grips are badly sun faded, the action is functional. 4-46470 FS15 (100-200)

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487

*HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON YOUNG AMERICA DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. SN 477089. Cal. .22. 2″ oct. bbl. CONDITION: Fine overall with minor specs of surface rust. Grips are slightly faded but still sharp. Mechanically fine. 4-46487 FS10 (75-125)

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488

*SMITH & WESSON NEW DEPARTURE REVOLVER. SN 99660, all matching except pearl grips which are not numbered. Cal. .32 S&W, 3-1/2″ ribbed bbl. Reblued. CONDITION: Retains most of the dull reblue. The right grip is missing one large and one small chip at the top, the left has only one small. Action is sticky. 4-46472 FS182 (150-250)

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489

FINE COLT NEW POLICE REVOLVER. SN 14557. Cal. .38LC. 4-3/8″ round bbl, marked “NEW POLICE 38” in an etched panel on left side of bbl. Both grips have the scene of a policeman arresting a man with a knife. CONDITION: Bbl and ejector rod assembly retain about 95% of their bright nickel finish. Rear half of the gun has lost most of its finish and there is some light pitting on the cylinder and frame above the cylinder. Grips are sharp but slightly sun faded, mechanically fine. 4-46374 FS50 (1,000-2,000)

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490

REMINGTON SMOOT NO. 3 REVOLVER. SN 23502. Cal. .38RF, 3-3/4″ oct. ribbed bbl. Standard one line marking on top of bbl rib. The grips have been replaced with H&R. CONDITION: Action needs parts. Spots of rust and pitting on the bbl. Very good elsewhere. 4-46416 FS186 (150-250)

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491

MERWIN HULBERT & CO DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER. SN 5959 all matching. Cal. .38 S&W, 3-1/2″ ribbed bbl., folding hammer, checkerboard grips. CONDITION: 95% nickel with dents and scratches on the cylinder, the left grip is missing a large chip at the toe, the right has faded to an olive color. Mechanically fine. 4-46399 FS180 (250-350)

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492