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SN 122707. Cal. 45-70 WCF. Manufactured in 1900 with 22″ lightweight tapered bbl and half magazine. Winchester Semi-Deluxe Takedown with Lyman folding tang sight, folding rear sporting sight, Lyman patent ivory bead and checkered pistol grip stock with Winchester hard rubber buttplate. Blue finish overall with case colored hammer and lever and plain trigger. Winchester hard rubber pistol grip cap. PROVENANCE: Remarkable William Larkin Moore Private Estate Collection of Fine Sporting Arms. Special Note: This item(s) contains plant or animal properties that may be covered by the Endangered Species Act (ESA). We have taken care to ensure that this item(s) meets the standard for sale under the ESA. However, certain states and other countries have laws that are more restrictive than the ESA. It is the bidder’s responsibility to ensure that it is lawful to purchase or transport this item(s) into their state, and to obtain the necessary import and export approvals. Delay or failure to obtain any such permit or approval does not relieve the buyer of paying for the item(s) and consummating the purchase. CONDITION: Extremely fine overall condition, with most all blue finish remaining on bbl and magazine. Vivid case colors remain on hammer and lever with light silvering at bottom of lever from period use. High polish commercial blue finish remains on most of the receiver with the exception of balance point from minor use. 2-pc select walnut stocks are properly factory checkered and retain most of their factory varnish with slight wear from handling on bottom of forearm and edges of butt. Bore and mechanics are exceptional. Bbl is marked with traditional 2-line address forward of sight and the early nickel steel marking left side of chamber. This is an extremely fine and desirable extra lightweight takedown configuration and typically when found have been hard used. 50594-68 TDW (7,500-12,500) C&R; IVORY – Lot 4128

Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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