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SN 420593. Cal. 12 ga. 26″ bbl over Cutts compensator with Lyman choke. Ventilated rib. Twin beads. Chamber area has scroll wedges and Remington address in engraved border. Engraved “Grade F” on left side of bbl. Receiver embellished with beautiful foliate banknote scroll and engraved borders. Left side of receiver engraved with three game scenes. First game scene of two quail. Main center game scene with two pointing dogs afield. Rear scene with two woodcock. Left side of receiver with matching foliate banknote scroll work, again with three panel game scenes surrounded in scroll work. Forward scene of flighted pheasant. Main scene of two Setters. Rear scene of marshland snipe. All screws are engraved. Rear face of receiver with scroll work, as does top tang. “GRADE -F / 12 GAUGE” and SN hand engraved on bottom of receiver. Trigger guard with banknote scroll surrounding a dog’s head in stippled background. Gold wash trigger. Gun is treated to select fancy figured walnut with F grade checkering on forend. Pistol grip with Remington logo grip cap. Gold oval in toe line. Marbleized brown Bakelite buttplate with Remington logo. LOP 14″. CONDITION: Very Fine, as factory quality refinished. It is our opinion that this may have been a Remington exhibition gun returned to the factory for refreshment as indicated by multiple service code markings on bbl. Anodized finish is largely worn off the compensator and included choke. Receiver retains nearly all of its deep blue and engraving is sharp with minor handling marks. Trigger group and lower tang with all of its blue. Gold wash on trigger in protected areas. Wood finish is refreshed with several small handling marks. Small professionally repaired crack on lower side of left stock cheek. Grip cap and buttplate are excellent. Stock oval with stylized monogram. Mechanics function nicely. 50958-11 TJW (7,000-12,000) C&R – Lot 1252

Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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