Image Lot Price Description



SN 110797. Cal. 20 ga.2-3/4″ Chambers. 26-3/4″ Mono-bloc bbls with narrow, matted, ventilated rib, are marked “Perazzi BRESCIA MADE IN ITALY” on left side of mono-bloc. Bottom is stamped with 1998 Italian nitro proofs. Coin finished, nicely sculpted, sideplated, boxlock, low profile, OU action features selective single trigger and non-automatic safety. Action is engraved with nicely shaded vines and tendrils blooming into scrolled acanthus, as background for vignettes of dogs and game in well detailed settings. Birds and animals are semi-relief gold inlaid. There is a pointer pointing a covey of flushing quail in meadow on left side, one quail is falling as if hit; right side has Brittany Spaniel pointing trio of flushing grouse, all appear to have escaped the hunter, as is often the case. An alert sitting pa’tridge is at front portion of action, ready for harvesting by northern Maine shooter. A very fine portrait of a Labrador retrieving pheasant is on bottom of action, and a woodcock in flight is on trigger guard bow, another on top lever spindle. This well executed work is by noted engraver, Angelo Bee, whose honeybee logo and name are stamped at bottom of left lockplate. Recess on bottom of action for rear of forend iron is gold inlaid “EXTRA GOLD”. Very fine, intricately marbled and lightly figured European walnut straight grip point pattern checkered buttstock measures 14-5/8″ over checkered wood butt. Matching one piece ejector forend with Deeley type release is embossed “Perazzi” at bottom rear. Bore diameter: top -.627, bottom -.628. Bore restrictions: Screw chokes. Wall thickness: top -.032, bottom -.033. Drop at heel: 2-1/8″, drop at comb: 1-3/8″. Weight: 6 lbs. 11 oz, LOP 14-5/8″. Red ABS case, emblazoned “Perazzi” on cover, is lined with blue cloth, and contains nylon wallet with instruction booklet, stock removal driver, gray cloth bags for action and bbls, envelope marked “parts” containing some springs and screws (appear to be for the case), and a red plastic container holding five choke tubes and wrench. CONDITION: Excellent, showing evidence of very little use, faint cartridge head halos are on breech faces, heavier on bottom. There are some minor marks on bbls mostly from contact with forend, and a few very minor marks in wood, most notably some small chips in finish on left toe and right edge of transition to butt. Bores are excellent, bright and shiny. Mechanically excellent. Exterior of case has some minor scuffs, interior is a bit dusty. Accessories are excellent. 50754-5 MGM101 (19,500-24,500) – Lot 3367

Have a similar item you want to sell?

Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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.