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SN 79829. Cal. 45 ACP. All parts (except mag) appear to be Springfield made from their distinctive shapes, but most are not “S” marked. Pistol was not taken down to examine internal small parts. Proper large diamond Springfield made stocks. Wide spur duck bill hammer. Right hand slide Springfield eagle marked as well as “Model of 1911 US Army” in Springfield fonts. Left side of slide has standard patent marking, Springfield Armory marking and flaming bomb. Receiver right side has SN, left side has “United States Property” and flaming bomb marks. Bbl bushing has distinctive Springfield front profile. PROVENANCE: The Frank H. Wheaton, III Collection. CONDITION: Bbl has heavy pitting with lands still showing, rear of hood properly marked “MD”, lugs properly marked “S” and “P”, link and pin loose, most of bbl finish missing. Mag is Colt type-3 lanyard loop with minor surface deterioration on bottom, but no cracks in the upper corners. All finish is missing from stock screws, some are partially damaged. Slide has noticeable wear on top and on the muzzle end. Rear of slide has some wear on the high spots. Receiver has most wear on front grip straps and dust cover. Most Springfield made pistols show considerable wear, the overall appearance of this all orig (except mag) pistol is very pleasing with only moderate wear. 51517-4 KXK (4,500-7,500) C&R – Lot 3013

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Auction: Firearms - April 2017
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