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Revised: 9/19/2016 

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SN 195798. Cal. 25-35 WCF. 26″ full oct bbl with full magazine with brass blade sporting front sight and traditional sporting rear sight. 2-line Winchester address on top bbl flat forward of rear sight. “25-35 WCF” cal. marking on top flap forward of receiver. Blue finish receiver with case colored hammer and lever. Lyman folding tang sight with 2-pc straight grained walnut stocks with crescent butt and plain trigger. Manufactured 1910. CONDITION: Very fine overall, with most factory blue finish remaining on bbl and tubular magazine with very slight finish loss on corners of oct bbl and very slight muzzle wear from light use. Forend cap has thinning blue finish now turning slightly plum. Blue receiver has suffered very slight finish loss with some thinning of finish at forward receiver bolster and bottom edges of receiver from carry. These edges turning somewhat plum with very slight bright metal showing on very high points. Balance of receiver retains most of its high polish early Winchester 1894 blue with typical small scratches that are very minimal. Case colored hammer and finger lever have strong case colors in protected areas with silvering at bottom and relatively faded on sides. Buttstock and forearm are very fine retaining most of their factory varnish finish with a number of small bruises and compression scratches and a very slight amount of oil darkening at the confluence of wrist and receiver. A very small amount of material loss is evident in the corners of the buttstock which appears to be period as these areas are slightly dark from oil and age. Bore is bright and sharp. Mechanics are tight and crisp. This is a nice Winchester 1894 manufactured in 1900 and is still void of any proof marks. 51005-12 TDW (3,500-4,500) C&R – Lot 4160

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Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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