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Revised: 10/2/2015 

Please Note: This gun is also accompanied by its light brown full leather case. The case is in very good overall condition.


SN 383120. Cal. 20 Ga. 1) 28″ bbls. 3″ chambers. Choke: IMP CYL / MOD. Full length matted ventilated rib with steel center bead and “certifiable pre-ban ivory” front bead. 2) 30″ bbls. 3″ chambers. Choke: FULL / FULL. Left water table marked “Magnum”. Beavertail forend. Single trigger, automatic ejectors, automatic safety. Full pistol grip buttstock with 14″ LOP from rear position single trigger over “AYA” serrated hard rubber buttplate. Receiver is fully floral engraved throughout. Bottom of frame marked “AGUIRRE Y ARANZABAL”. Bbl bolsters with side clips. Top of frame and top lever also near fully floral engraved. Buttstock checkered in 2-point pattern with teardrops behind lockplate. Forearm, with Deeley latch, shows 3-point checkering. Weight: 6 lb 15 oz with bbl set 1 – 7 lb 1 oz with bbl set 2. Special Note: This item contains or is made of ivory. Do not bid on this lot unless you have read and agreed to our "Ivory Position Statement" and the "Waiver of Legal and Financial Risk to James D. Julia in regards to your Purchase of an Ivory Object." This information is located in the front section of our catalog. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbl set 1 retains approx 95% orig blue with light handling marks and hunting losses. Bbl set 2 retains approx 90-95% orig bbl blue with light handling marks and hunting losses. Receiver retains approx 70% orig case color, strong on both lockplates, starting to tone on bottom. Trigger guard retains approx 90-95% orig blue. Buttstock and forearm retain almost all orig varnish with light handling marks. There is a minor loss of wood behind top tang that has been repaired. Bores are bright and shiny in both bbls. Mechanics are good. Single trigger may need slight adjustment. 49520-3 JSL69 IVORY (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1722

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Auction: Firearms - October 2015
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