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SN 573455. Cal. 44 WCF. Manufactured in 1910 with 24″ rnd bbl, 2-line Winchester address forward of rear sight, and 2-pc varnished walnut stocks. Blue finished receiver with richly case colored hammer, lever and buttplate. Plain trigger with sporting adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight and sporting front sight with nickel blade. CONDITION: Spectacular overall condition, with only the slightest traces of finish loss on bbl and magazine. The areas of loss are at the extreme corners of muzzle and edges of magazine. Forend cap has suffered very light finish flaking from age, not distress or abuse. Receiver is extremely fine with several very slight blemishes on high points and a tiny amount of flaking at balance point below the SN. The case colored hammer, lever and buttplate have excellent case colors overall with very slight thinning on bottom of lever from typical light handling. 2-pc factory varnished rifle stocks are exceptionally fine with some very minor period bruising from storage and 2 or 3 very small period scratches. A very slight amount of material loss from the point of confluence of frame and right side of stock wrist appears to be very old and done during the period. This is an extremely fine 1892 rifle in the most desirable caliber and would be a splendid addition to any sophisticated Winchester collection. 50506-55 TDW (5,000-8,000) C&R – Lot 4139

Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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