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Little Johns Auction  1740 W la Veta Orange CA 92868

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5/22/2013 11:00 AM

Bidding Location(s)

1740 W la Veta
Orange CA
92868
USA

1740 W la Veta Orange CA 92868 USA


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\n Vernier  adjustable tang sight, probably for  a Winchester rifle, in overal
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Vernier adjustable tang sight, probably for a Winchester rifle, in overal
Item number: 16317697 | Vernier adjustable tang sight, probably for a Winchester rifle, in overall very good condition, “73” stamped on spring inside the base of the sight; in overall good condition showing traces of original blue finish,graduations on left side of tower from 0 to 50. Est.: $350-$700.
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\n Prussian Charles Daly two barrel set in 20  gauge with Damascus steel barre
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Prussian Charles Daly two barrel set in 20 gauge with Damascus steel barre
Item number: 16317334 | Prussian Charles Daly two barrel set in 20 gauge with Damascus steel barrels, double triggers, auto ejectors with a Capt. A. H. Hardy handmade case marked Beverly Hills, California. The 1st set of barrel’s measure28” are choked improved cylinder. The 2nd set of barrels are serial numbered to match and are 27 7/8” in length and are choked improved cylinder also. It is interesting to note that the barrels are almost identical in every way, the only discernible difference is one is very slightly longer and both are marked with the H.A.L. and crossed pistols marking of Lindner. The gun remains in original very good condition showing 65% to85% original finish on both barrels with most of its Damascus pattern and some very good brown that is aging nicely. The frame shows light scroll engraving with cocking indicators and made in Prussia and CharlesDaly engraved in block letters on each side of the frame. The gun is nicely stocked in select walnut with a rounded pistol grip and cheek piece for right-hander. The stock measures 14 ¼” to the end of the original
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\n Set of 6 Commemorative 1911 semi-auto  pistols, all in presentation cases a
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Set of 6 Commemorative 1911 semi-auto pistols, all in presentation cases a
Item number: 16317455 | Set of 6 Commemorative 1911 semi-auto pistols, all in presentation cases and all numbered in series, each in excellent like new condition showing little handling, including 1. WW I Colt .45 The“Meuse-Argonne” Offensive., #6824-MA. 2. WW I Colt .45 The 2nd Battle of the Marne, #6824-M2. 3. WW I Colt .45 The Battle of Chateau-Thierry, #6824-CT. 4. WW I Colt .45 The Battle of Belleau Wood,#6824-BW. 5. WW II Colt .45 Asiatic-Pacific Theater, #6824-PTO. 6. WW II Colt .45 European – African – Middle Eastern Theater (this case is missing glass window in display drawer), #6824-ETO. Over the years since issued, mostof these sets offered for sale have been broken up and sold separately; it is hard to find a complete set in excellent condition with matching numbers. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.
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\n Lot of three U.S. military leather holsters  including a flap holster with
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Lot of three U.S. military leather holsters including a flap holster with
Item number: 16317698 | Lot of three U.S. military leather holsters including a flap holster with two position flap for Colt SAA or S&W Schofield revolver in overall good condition with three brass rivet belt loop and muzzle plug intact; a tan flap holster for the Model 1917 DA revolver in overall very good condition with three brass rivet belt loop and muzzle plug with brass tie down ring; also a tan flap holster marked “Rock Island Arsenal” “TC” in verygood condition with three brass rivet belt loop and muzzle plug intact; a very nice group of early U.S. military accessories. Est.: $400-$800.
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\n Colt Single Action Army revolver .45 long  Colt caliber 4 ¾” barrel, blue a
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Colt Single Action Army revolver .45 long Colt caliber 4 ¾” barrel, blue a
Item number: 16317335 | Colt Single Action Army revolver .45 long Colt caliber 4 ¾” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, shipped to J. F. Schmelzer & Sons, Kansas City, Kansas July 5, 1889, 10 guns in shipment, serial number 129479. A1995 dated letter states this gun was owned by a Deputy Marshal in Prescott, Arizona in 1889 signed by Mike Emery and addressed to John Pfeiffer well-known Minnesota collector and consigned by his estate. A MinnesotaWeapons Collectors Association newsletter dated 2008 fall issue number 22 pictures this single action on the cover and a featured article in the interior recants a story of “The Diablo Canyon Posse”. The Diablo Canyonposse pictures four members who are identified as Carl Holton, Jim black, Buckey O’Neill and Ed St. Clair. John Pfeiffer states in this well-written article about an old West posse chasing down an outlaw thatthis Colt Single Action Army, serial number 129479 belonged to Jim Black. Pfeiffer bought this Colt from a Black’s family member who we assume to be Mike Emery who lived in Arizona in 1995. Unfortunately the address of
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\n Shin Shinto period wakasashi or medium-size  Japanese handmade samurai swor
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Shin Shinto period wakasashi or medium-size Japanese handmade samurai swor
Item number: 16317456 | Shin Shinto period wakasashi or medium-size Japanese handmade samurai sword in storage case signed on tang in unusual grass style of writing that is undecipherable even to several experts. The tang does say clearlythat it was made in the style of Masamuni and the blade shows his style bumpy temper line and with great quality forging to the steel and a tight wood grain pattern. There is considerable writing on the scabbard and tang which experts have not been able to translate other then Masamuni name. The blade is in excellent condition with full temper line and no flaws remaining in a excellent state of Japanese polish. The blade is thick and wide. The blade measures nearly 19 ½” across the cutting edge. With old silk case. Out of a local estate. It would be hard to improve upon the quality of this blade as it is truly excellent in workmanship. Est.:$2,000-????.
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\n Spanish Colonial plug bayonet approx. 13”  overall with a 7-1/4” spear poin
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Spanish Colonial plug bayonet approx. 13” overall with a 7-1/4” spear poin
Item number: 16317577 | Spanish Colonial plug bayonet approx. 13” overall with a 7-1/4” spear point blade, uncleaned and in overall fair + condition, hand forged blade with cross guard and bulb style wood grip showing old small loss andseveral age cracks at pommel end. Est.: $250-$500.
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\n Smith & Wesson Model 52 in .38 special  mid-range target caliber, blue fini
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Smith & Wesson Model 52 in .38 special mid-range target caliber, blue fini
Item number: 16317699 | Smith & Wesson Model 52 in .38 special mid-range target caliber, blue finish, 5 1/8” barrel, medallion wood grips, adjustable target rear sight and other target features, serial number 53411. This gun remains inoverall near fine condition with some wear on the left of the slide. The grips are in very good condition with some slight dents to the checkering on the right grip. The action is good and the bore is fine. Approximately 90%to 95% original blue. A very nice target Model 52. Est.: $400-$800.
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\n Colt 1860 Army 1st Model Richards conversion  .44 center fire Colt caliber,
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Colt 1860 Army 1st Model Richards conversion .44 center fire Colt caliber,
Item number: 16317336 | Colt 1860 Army 1st Model Richards conversion .44 center fire Colt caliber, showing 1871-1872 patent dates, iron back strap and trigger guard, serial number 5724 made in its own serial number range as a cartridge armusing left over percussion parts. This revolver shows traces of original blue and case hardening within a light gray patina and there has been some minor cleaning long ago. There is some scattered light to moderatepitting and erosion. The front sight has been slimmed about halfway down. The cylinder shows 50% to 70% original cylinder scene with partially visible engagement dates on the edge. The grips are good with some notches at the edges and small losses along with general aging. All matching visible serial numbers. Good markings, good overall with tight action and good bore. Est.: $2,500-$5,000.
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\n Outstanding New England flintlock fowler  dated 1769 and pictured on page 4
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Outstanding New England flintlock fowler dated 1769 and pictured on page 4
Item number: 16317457 | Outstanding New England flintlock fowler dated 1769 and pictured on page 41 in Tom Grinslade’s masterful work, “Flintlock Fowlers: The First Guns Made in America, American Fowling Pieces from 1700-1820”. Thelongarm is approx. 58-1/2” overall with a 43” barrel, approx. 20 gauge bore, heavy dark patina on barrel and lockplate that is marked “Ketland & Co.”; full length wood stock with flared iron ramrod retained by brassferrules and beautifully ornamented brass furniture that is best described by quoting Mr. Grinslade “. . . inlays on this fowler are unusual and include three watch gears inlaid into the stock, indicating that thisgunsmith might also have been a clock maker. On the butt plate tang is the date 1769 and a folk-art caricature of a hunter with a cone-shaped hat and holding a fowler. Engraved on the silver escutcheon is a gunwith a bayonet and two crossed swords accented by square-headed brass nails around the oval. The bow of the trigger guard has unique scalloped edges with a rear finial formed into a bird’s beak shape. On the
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\n Winchester Model 94 Golden Spike  Commemorative lever action SRC, .30-30  c
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Winchester Model 94 Golden Spike Commemorative lever action SRC, .30-30 c
Item number: 16317578 | Winchester Model 94 Golden Spike Commemorative lever action SRC, .30-30 cal.,20” barrel, blue and gold finish, wood stocks with inlaid commemorative medallion in right side of butt stock, #GS51235 (no box). This gun is in overall fine condition showing the majority of its original finish, fine bore, action and markings; wood is overall fine with an old mar to the left side of the fore end. Est.: $250-$500.
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\n Imperial Chemical Industries Limited  Promotional Cartridge display board s
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Imperial Chemical Industries Limited Promotional Cartridge display board s
Item number: 16317337 | Imperial Chemical Industries Limited Promotional Cartridge display board showing manufacturing process for making a “grand prix cartridge”. Approximately 27-1/2”x 19-1/2” showing some discolorations but verygood overall with all display items intact. Imperial was the successor to Eley. Fifty – eighty years old. Est.; $400-$800
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\n Colt United State Property U.S. Army Model  1917 DA revolver, .45 cal., 5-1
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Colt United State Property U.S. Army Model 1917 DA revolver, .45 cal., 5-1
Item number: 16317458 | Colt United State Property U.S. Army Model 1917 DA revolver, .45 cal., 5-1/2” barrel, military blue finish, wood grips, lanyard ring, #10145. This gun is in overall very good condition showing considerable originalfinish, good bore and markings, action is working but needs timing, good grips. Est.: $350-$700.
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\n Smith & Wesson First Model Second issue .22  caliber single action revolver
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Smith & Wesson First Model Second issue .22 caliber single action revolver
Item number: 16317579 | Smith & Wesson First Model Second issue .22 caliber single action revolver in very good original condition, serial number 21932. The revolver retains 40% to 70% original blue on barrel and cylinder drifting to a naturalpatina. The markings are good and the edges are fairly sharp. There is some minor beginning erosion and pinprick pitting. The frame shows traces of darkened silver plate. The varnished rosewood grips are very goodwith some slight edge wear. The hammer cocks but cylinder is not indexing properly. The bore is slightly rough. Est.: $250-$500.
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\n Colt Single Action Army revolver Texas  Sesquicentennial (1986) Premier Edi
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Colt Single Action Army revolver Texas Sesquicentennial (1986) Premier Edi
Item number: 16317338 | Colt Single Action Army revolver Texas Sesquicentennial (1986) Premier Edition only 75 produced, serial number Texas 74 gold inlaid. .45 long Colt caliber, 4 ¾” barrel, mirror bright blue finish with 24 karat goldplated back strap and trigger guard. The genuine ivory scrimshawed grips with show long horned steer head. Factory engraved and gold inlaid. Non-fluted cylinder. Special notations mention “this revolver does nothave gold inlay of Alamo on recoil shield and the grips are scrimshawed with “speaker” and both are not standard to this edition. Under remarks the above mentioned edition was produced as the unofficial Texas 150thanniversary handgun and is embellished with the following; gold inlays, two barrel bands, one ejector rod housing band, two cylinder bands, a gold inlaid frame border, a flush gold inlaid Texas star on the cylinder, araised gold inlaid Alamo on the recoil shield and Texas on the barrel. The Texas state outline is line cut engraved on top of the back strap and the barrel is fully enhanced with contemporary scroll motif. As noted this
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\n Colt SAA revolver, .44-40 cal., etched panel,  7-1/2” barrel, blue and case
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Colt SAA revolver, .44-40 cal., etched panel, 7-1/2” barrel, blue and case
Item number: 16317459 | Colt SAA revolver, .44-40 cal., etched panel, 7-1/2” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, wood grips, #57033 with factory letter confirming caliber and finish (barrel length and type of stocks “Not Listed”),shipped to Hartley & Graham, New York, NY on June 16, 1880, 50 guns in shipment. This gun is in overall very good to fine condition showing approx. 35% original blue, primarily in protected areas of barrel assembly andcylinder with strong traces of original case colors in protected areas of the frame; very good bore, crisp action, sharp markings including matching visible serial numbers (barrel included); majority of etched panelscene on left side of barrel still visible; very good grips with scattered wear to finish and some old mars from carry and storage; “donut hole” ejector rod actuator and brass ejector rod spring; a very nice, un-molestedcommercial blackpowder first generation Colt SAA. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.
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\n Mauser Broomhandle step barrel commercial  semi-automatic pistol in .30 Mau
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Mauser Broomhandle step barrel commercial semi-automatic pistol in .30 Mau
Item number: 16317339 | Mauser Broomhandle step barrel commercial semi-automatic pistol in .30 Mauser caliber, serial number 877155, scroll engraved and inscribed “The Duke 1975” at left center of frame and “To John Wayne” on right-center offrame. The pistol is refinished in blue at time of engraving and is fitted with a pair of select wood grips inlaid in silver showing skull on left grip and Kings crown on right grip, surrounded by decorative wire inlaid in silver. The condition is excellent as refinished and a custom display case is included constructed of burled wood veneer and fitted in the French style. This Mauser was given to Stephen G. Hanesh by WilburSnedar. Wilbur Snedar was John Wayne’s executive auditor at Bat Jac Productions and a letter of provenance dated 2/15/92 is included from Mr. Hanesh who states the pistol was originally a gift to John Wayneand subsequently given to Hanesh. We are familiar with this pistol and confirmed the facts and identities in 1992 through Ron Kowal who was a managing executive at Bat Jac Productions and also with Herbert Lyman who
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\n Remington Elliott Derringer  in .32 rimfire  caliber remaining  in very goo
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Remington Elliott Derringer in .32 rimfire caliber remaining in very goo
Item number: 16317580 | Remington Elliott Derringer in .32 rimfire caliber remaining in very good condition retaining considerable original blue finish, serial number 17434. The Derringer retains 30% to 50% original blue with balancedrifting to brown with some minor erosion and pinprick pitting just starting. The address and patent dates are legible. The grips show most of their original varnish with some chips and minor loss at bottom left side. The action works very well and the bores are bright. A far better than average Remington Elliott. Est.: $400-$800.
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\n Original oil painting on canvas of mallard  ducks signed lower left Harry
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Original oil painting on canvas of mallard ducks signed lower left Harry
Item number: 16317460 | Original oil painting on canvas of mallard ducks signed lower left Harry Curieux Adamson measuring approximately 36” x 24”. H.C. Adamson was born in 1916 and is possibly the oldest active wildlife painter. Thispremier wildlife artist was described by noted artist David Maas as “Unsurpassed” and Owen Gromme describes him as simply “One of the finest waterfowl artists in the world”. His work was a favorite of Robert Petersenwho could not find very many of his works ever offered for sale on the auction market. In more than 40 years of collecting and with an unlimited checkbook Petersen was only able to purchase 3 works by this artist who hasfetched nearly $50,000 for his paintings. Consigned by The Robert Petersen Estate. Est.: $5,000-$10,000.
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\n Remington Vest Pocket .22 caliber single shot  Derringer with full address,
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Remington Vest Pocket .22 caliber single shot Derringer with full address,
Item number: 16317581 | Remington Vest Pocket .22 caliber single shot Derringer with full address, serial number 3309. The Derringer shows a patina finish with some minor pinprick pitting. The grips are good with normal wear. Action is workingand the bore is rough. A favorite on the Western frontier. Est.: $250-$500
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\n Exquisitely  customized two-gun set with  accessories and presentation wood
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Exquisitely customized two-gun set with accessories and presentation wood
Item number: 16317340 | Exquisitely customized two-gun set with accessories and presentation wood cased, entitled “Classics of the American West”. The guns are finely and extensively modern engraved and gold inlaid en suite and ivorygripped; the first gun is a Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 4-3/4” later generation barrel, re-blued finish, #106346 in beautiful condition as customized showing engraving in the 19th century New York style with goldinlay, gold Rampant Colt on the left recoil shield and gold accent finish to screw heads, hammer, trigger, cylinder pin and ejector rod actuator; crisp action, good bore, beautiful modern ivory grips. The second gunis a Remington O/U derringer, .41 cal., 3” barrels, , re-blued finish, ivory grips, #L97499 also in beautiful condition as customized showing engraving in the 19th century New York style with gold inlay andgold accent finish on hammer, trigger, barrel release, ejector rod and screw heads; good action and bores, fine modern ivory grips; backstrap inscribed “I AM A WICKED TWO FANGED SNAKE IN YOUR VEST POCKET CARRIED THEREFORE,
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\n Original oil painting on canvas of portraying  5 Big Horn sheep signed Tom
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Original oil painting on canvas of portraying 5 Big Horn sheep signed Tom
Item number: 16317461 | Original oil painting on canvas of portraying 5 Big Horn sheep signed Tom Beecham. Measuring approximately 36” x 60”. This well-known artist worked for many publishing companies including Readers Digest, BantamBooks, National Geographic, Outdoor Life, Field & Stream and he illustrated Remington Arms Company calendars. He served as the president of the Society of American historical artists and he had a 30 yearcareer. He grew up in Grand Junction, Colorado and attended the St. Louis School of Fine Arts. His son Greg Beecham and is a noted wildlife painter working today. Tom Beecham was born 1926 and passed away in theyear 2000. From the estate of Robert E. Petersen. Est.: $8,000-$16,000
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\n Barn wood and glass framed four-piece old  wooden sign from the “New Wester
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Barn wood and glass framed four-piece old wooden sign from the “New Wester
Item number: 16317582 | Barn wood and glass framed four-piece old wooden sign from the “New Western Hotel” of Sacramento; boasting advertisement of 25 cent meals, proclaiming “Finest Rooms” and announcing “Wm Land” as the Proprietor. Sold originally at the Harrah’s Pony Express Auction of W. Parker Lyon’s Museum Collection on June 10, 1976 as part of lot 102; a great piece of early California ephemera. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n High quality flintlock pistol with ornate  high relief cast silver mounts a
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High quality flintlock pistol with ornate high relief cast silver mounts a
Item number: 16317341 | High quality flintlock pistol with ornate high relief cast silver mounts and profusely silver inlaid stock, circa 1810-1830. The pistol measures 14” overall, 8-1/4” round barrel of approx. 68 caliber; the barrelshows a fine Damascus pattern and the lock is nicely engraved; the mounts are cast in high relief and scenes of arms, flags, cannon and etc.; the stock is profusely inlaid with wire and floral plaques that are handengraved. The condition is very good + to near fine with a slight coating of spray lacquer, no sanding or appreciable wear; the inlay is 90-95% intact with only slight loss; the top jaw and screw are restorations andthe lock is otherwise original. There are no markings on the pistol other than what appear to be French proofs on the rear of the breech on the left side. Est.: $2,500-$5,000.
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\n Original oil painting on board signed LeBlanc  and measures approximately 2
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Original oil painting on board signed LeBlanc and measures approximately 2
Item number: 16317462 | Original oil painting on board signed LeBlanc and measures approximately 26” x 42” and portrays pintail ducks landing. Lee LeBlanc was actively collected by Robert Petersen who assembled the largest number of his works in private hands. The estate of Robert Petersen. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.
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\n Original Union Pacific Railroad print of  Abraham Lincoln’s funeral railroa
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Original Union Pacific Railroad print of Abraham Lincoln’s funeral railroa
Item number: 16317583 | Original Union Pacific Railroad print of Abraham Lincoln’s funeral railroad car in original old oak frame marked at top and bottom “U.P. Ry”, approx. 27” x 30-1/2”; print is copyright by UPRR 1898 and inoverall fair condition showing scattered foxing and discoloration. This historic car was unfortunately lost to fire in 1911; a great piece of American history worthy of professional restoration as few originalperiod prints exist today. Est.: $250-$500.
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\n Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 5-1/2” barrel,  blue and case hardened finish,
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Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 5-1/2” barrel, blue and case hardened finish,
Item number: 16317342 | Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 5-1/2” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, checkered hard rubber grips, #342502. This gun is in overall fine condition showing approx. 75% original blue finish to barrel assembly,cylinder and strap and approx. 70% original case colors to frame and hammer; fine bore, action, markings and grips; manufactured about 1921. Est.: $2,750-$5,500.
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\n Leather sun sign cowboy wrist cuffs in  overall good condition showing even
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Leather sun sign cowboy wrist cuffs in overall good condition showing even
Item number: 16317463 | Leather sun sign cowboy wrist cuffs in overall good condition showing even wear and use on the range. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Painted wood board sign “MONEY ORDERS”,  “TRAVELERS CHEQUES” ,  “AMERICAN E
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Painted wood board sign “MONEY ORDERS”, “TRAVELERS CHEQUES” , “AMERICAN E
Item number: 16317584 | Painted wood board sign “MONEY ORDERS”, “TRAVELERS CHEQUES” , “AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.” approx. 26” x 31” shows weathering age and wear; from an old collection. Est.: $200-$400.
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\n Sharps Breech loading single shot pistol, .36  cal., 5” round barrel, wood
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Sharps Breech loading single shot pistol, .36 cal., 5” round barrel, wood
Item number: 16317343 | Sharps Breech loading single shot pistol, .36 cal., 5” round barrel, wood grips, #243, lightly hand inscribed on the backstrap “Louis W. Chouteau”. This gun is in overall very good condition showing a light brownpatina to barrel and silvery toning to frame, slight hints of case colors in protected areas and some scattered age staining; very good bore, clear maker’s mark on left side of frame indicating first model “Sharps PatentArms Mf ed Fair Mount Phila PA”; crisp action, very good to near fine grips. Consignor handwritten note in part states, “On the backstrap of this Sharps pistol is a very faint inscription ‘Louis Chouteau’ whowas an Indian Agent and Osage Interpreter; also the grandson of Pierre Chouteau of Fur Trading fame and co-founder of the City of St. Louis, Mo.”; consignor also notes pistol was previously in the collection ofentertainer Buddy Hackett 25 years ago and has been in consignor’s collection since then. Approximately 500 of this first model single shot pistol were manufactured in the mid-1850’s. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.
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\n Leather floral design tooled and brass  studded cowboy cuffs in fair condit
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Leather floral design tooled and brass studded cowboy cuffs in fair condit
Item number: 16317464 | Leather floral design tooled and brass studded cowboy cuffs in fair condition showing wear and lots of use; classic Western appearance. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Harrington and Richardson single shot top  break shotgun, .410 gauge-12 mm,
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Harrington and Richardson single shot top break shotgun, .410 gauge-12 mm,
Item number: 16317585 | Harrington and Richardson single shot top break shotgun, .410 gauge-12 mm, 26” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, wood stocks, #A82794. This gun is in overall very good + condition showing the majority of its mutedoriginal blue finish on the barrel and case colors on the receiver; bore should clean to very good, action crisp, wood is very good with correct H&R hard rubber butt plate. Est.: $200-$400.
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\n French style flintlock pistol circa 1810 to  1830 showing fine quality chis
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French style flintlock pistol circa 1810 to 1830 showing fine quality chis
Item number: 16317344 | French style flintlock pistol circa 1810 to 1830 showing fine quality chiseled barrel and silver mounts and inlays probably made for the trade to the Middle East. The pistol measures 18 ½” overall with 11 ½” barrel ofapproximately .60 caliber smoothbore. The pistol was made without a ramrod which is a characteristic of arms made for Middle East as it was the custom in this area to carry a ramrod on the belt. The lock is finelychiseled in relief with stand of arms, flags and gold gilted background and also the barrel shows a nice Damascus pattern. The lock is a waterproof type of very high quality and shows a roller on the frizzenalong with a graceful gooseneck hammer. The lock is nicely engraved and fine European quality. The stock is checkered at the back and a select type walnut. The trigger guard shows a mid-eastern silver hallmark (possibly Turkish) and is nicely engraved. There is silver strap work around the areas of the butt and a silver plaque with florals engraved on the butt. The lock screw escutcheon’s are silver and also nicely
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\n Finely humorous carved walking cane entitled  “John Snake” approx. 36” over
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Finely humorous carved walking cane entitled “John Snake” approx. 36” over
Item number: 16317465 | Finely humorous carved walking cane entitled “John Snake” approx. 36” overall with grip of cane intricately carved old ivory in the form of a cowboy in the desert squatting near a cactus and snake while still wearing hissix-shooter, gun belt and cowboy hat; amazing detail and facial expression; shaft of cane carved to resemble a tree branch. Est.: $750-$1,500.
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\n Contract Mauser Model 1896 by Ludwig, Loewe &  Co., Berlin bolt action rifl
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Contract Mauser Model 1896 by Ludwig, Loewe & Co., Berlin bolt action rifl
Item number: 16317586 | Contract Mauser Model 1896 by Ludwig, Loewe & Co., Berlin bolt action rifle, 7mm cal., 29-1/2” barrel, blue finish, wood stock, #A4736. This gun is in overall good condition showing considerable muted military finish,good bore, action and markings; wood is fair with lots of wear and scattered mars, scratches and nicks from storage and carry along with an old hand carved coat of arms on the left side of the butt stock. Est.:$200-$300.
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\n Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 7-1/2” barrel,  finely and extensively custom
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Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 7-1/2” barrel, finely and extensively custom
Item number: 16317345 | Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 7-1/2” barrel, finely and extensively custom cattle brand engraving by Weldon Bledsoe, gold finish, custom raised carved ivory grips showing Mexican snake and eagle design on both sidesof the grips, #SA02750 with white and black cowhide soft gun boot. This gun is in overall fine condition showing full coverage of cattle brands with stippled background, 99% re-finish remaining, bright bore, crispaction and markings, fine custom carved grips, beautifully accomplished and finished; a true piece of Western artwork! From the Texas collection of Eddie Glover, Jr. Est.: $2,500-$5,000.
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\n Winchester Model 94 lever action carbine, .30  W.C.F. cal., 20” barrel, blu
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Winchester Model 94 lever action carbine, .30 W.C.F. cal., 20” barrel, blu
Item number: 16317466 | Winchester Model 94 lever action carbine, .30 W.C.F. cal., 20” barrel, blue finish, custom engraved and signed by Angelo Bee with two panel game scenes, wood stocks, #1377034. This gun is in overall fine condition asbeautifully engraved by one of the best modern firearms artists showing tasteful scroll work and deer panel scenes reminiscent of the great engravers of the second half of the 19th century in America; re-finishedprofessionally at time of engraving; fine bore and action; very good wood stocks with added hard rubber butt plate. Est.: $750-$1,500.
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\n Civil War era European copy of an Enfield  percussion  rifle, .60 cal., 31”
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Civil War era European copy of an Enfield percussion rifle, .60 cal., 31”
Item number: 16317587 | Civil War era European copy of an Enfield percussion rifle, .60 cal., 31” barrel, wood stock, brass trigger guard and butt stock, sling swivels, #NVSN. This gun is in overall fair condition showing a light grey patina on metal surfaces with scattered pitting around firing area, good action, dark bore, fair + wood with scattered wear, mars, scratches and some slight old edge losses at the muzzle end of the stock with a small crack on theright front edge by the forward barrel band; no visible maker markings. Est.: $200-$400.
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\n Original Republic of Texas Certificate for  services in the
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Original Republic of Texas Certificate for services in the "Texian Army",
Item number: 16317346 | Original Republic of Texas Certificate for services in the "Texian Army", entitling one James L. Cobb a total of $113.50 for services in the army, dated January 6, 1837, approx. 4" x 7" in overall good condition with somediscoloration on the left side of the document but all readable; slight loss of top layer of paper of small section of upper right corner; endorsed by Cobb on the reverse: "I assign the within to James D.Owen". A rare piece of early Texas history, particularly considering this document was issued less than a year after the 13-day battle of the Alamo! Est.: $400-$800.
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\n Smith & Wesson Model 1-1/2 New Model 32 rim  fire Single Action revolver wi
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Smith & Wesson Model 1-1/2 New Model 32 rim fire Single Action revolver wi
Item number: 16317467 | Smith & Wesson Model 1-1/2 New Model 32 rim fire Single Action revolver with birds head grip and rare factory 2-5/8” barrel showing special side barrel address on left, serial #120556. The revolver retains 85-95%original nickel with some drifting at the muzzle, front of cyl and edges. The areas where nickel is lost show some darkening and light erosion with pinprick pitting just starting. The nickel is uncleaned and nopolishing. The grips are good with just normal wear and about 50% varnish. The hammer shows 50% dull case hardening, the edges are crisp, markings sharp, bore fair, action good. A scarce variation with shortbarrel. Est.;$650-$1,300.
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\n Japanese Arisaka Type 99 bolt action short  rifle, 7.7mm cal., 26” barrel,
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Japanese Arisaka Type 99 bolt action short rifle, 7.7mm cal., 26” barrel,
Item number: 16317588 | Japanese Arisaka Type 99 bolt action short rifle, 7.7mm cal., 26” barrel, military finish, wood stocks, mum ground, #32536. This gun is in overall good condition showing considerable muted military finish, fairbore, good action, overall fair to good wood with scattered mars and scratches from carry and storage; tag from consignor attached states “WW II Japanese rifle brought to US in 1945 by Capt. Justice C. Bateman from thePhilippines”; would be interesting to further research. Est.: $200-$400.
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\n Winchester Model 1873 musket, .44-40 caliber,  remaining in near fine origi
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Winchester Model 1873 musket, .44-40 caliber, remaining in near fine origi
Item number: 16317347 | Winchester Model 1873 musket, .44-40 caliber, remaining in near fine original condition with bayonet, serial number 457531 B. The rifle shows 75% to 85% original blue that is still very bright in some areas. Some slightdrifting at high points and edges. There are some scratches at the end of the barrel from the bayonet being attached. The barrel address is sharp. The metal surfaces are very crisp with just minor beginning lighterosion and natural aging. The stocks are also very good plus to near fine with some scratching and handling on the forend and minor crate marks. There are a few dings and mars in the wood. The hammer and loadinglever show 75% to 85% case hardening with some very colorful areas. The butt plate shows traces of case hardening within its patina. The dust cover shows 60% to 70% blue and the loading gate shows 75% to 85%original bright blue. The action is very tight and the bore is bright to near excellent. A near fine original bayonet showing bright polish is included. Est.: $2,500-$5,000.
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\n Pair of matching framed advertisers for  Hercules E. C. & Infallible Smokel
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Pair of matching framed advertisers for Hercules E. C. & Infallible Smokel
Item number: 16317468 | Pair of matching framed advertisers for Hercules E. C. & Infallible Smokeless Shotgun Powders, each approx. 25” x 16-1/2”, both showing hunting scenes and both sepia toned, one entitled “Right in the blind By Gosh!”and the other “A Double on Quail”; the first in fine condition, the second in very good condition with several visible folds; a great set of decorators for the hunter’s den or office. Est.: $350-$700.
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\n 1860 Cavalry sword with metal scabbard and  leather hanger; sword by Ames a
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1860 Cavalry sword with metal scabbard and leather hanger; sword by Ames a
Item number: 16317589 | 1860 Cavalry sword with metal scabbard and leather hanger; sword by Ames and dated 1865; refinished; scabbard also re-finished; brass guard with crude repair to pommel, wire wrapping and leather still mostly present ongrip with some loss; hanger in fair + condition with brass hanger marked “81”; sword does not fit completely into scabbard. Est.: $200-$400.
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\n Winchester single cavity bullet mold for .45  Colt  in near excellent condi
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Winchester single cavity bullet mold for .45 Colt in near excellent condi
Item number: 16317348 | Winchester single cavity bullet mold for .45 Colt in near excellent condition showing considerable original blue finish, sharp markings, some scattered spots of erosion. Est.: $150-$300.
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\n U.S. Model 1860 staff and field officer’s  sword by Springfield Armory. The
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U.S. Model 1860 staff and field officer’s sword by Springfield Armory. The
Item number: 16317469 | U.S. Model 1860 staff and field officer’s sword by Springfield Armory. The blade is well marked and very good to near fine condition and overall the sword is very good plus to near fine also. The scabbard shows acouple small dents and some minor pinprick pitting. Complete inspections. Springfield marked swords are scarce and desirable. Est.: $500 $1,000.
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\n Colt Single Action Army revolver in .45 long  Colt caliber, 4 ¾” barrel, sh
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Colt Single Action Army revolver in .45 long Colt caliber, 4 ¾” barrel, sh
Item number: 16317349 | Colt Single Action Army revolver in .45 long Colt caliber, 4 ¾” barrel, shipped soft for engraving to Hartley and Graham, New York, New York, January 15, 1884 with 25 guns in shipment with rubber grips, serial number105790. This revolver shows an old re-nickeled finish with carved pearl grips showing a red faux Ruby inlaid on right grip beneath steer head. This revolver retains 95% to 98% of this re-nickeled finish and thefront sight shows some reshaping along with some polishing which is mainly evident on the edges of the cylinder. The hammer has been replaced with a later type hammer. The two line barrel address and 3 line patentmarkings along with caliber marking are all very legible. The grips are a close fit but show some large chips on the right grip and heel of left grip. The engraving is very nicely done and shows a wolf head beneath the hammer screw. Typical scroll of Nimschke or the other Germanic engravers who worked for and through Hartley and Graham. The action is good, the Bore is very good. An attractive black powder engraved single action with all
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\n Enfield MA Lithgow-marked S.M.L.E. III bolt  action rifle dated 1941, .303
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Enfield MA Lithgow-marked S.M.L.E. III bolt action rifle dated 1941, .303
Item number: 16317590 | Enfield MA Lithgow-marked S.M.L.E. III bolt action rifle dated 1941, .303 cal., 25” barrel, military finish, wood stock, sling swivels, #74470. This gun is in overall good condition showing mat military finish, goodbore, action and markings, wood is also good. Est.: $150-$300.
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\n U.S. Model 1850 foot officer’s sword by Ames  in very good original conditi
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U.S. Model 1850 foot officer’s sword by Ames in very good original conditi
Item number: 16317470 | U.S. Model 1850 foot officer’s sword by Ames in very good original condition with scabbard. The blade has been lightly cleaned and shows most of its etching with good etched Ames makers marks. The scabbard showsAmes stamp at the throat and is also good to very good showing just normal age. The grip is shark skin or ray skin and in very good condition with some slight edge wear and a good tight wrap. The patina on the hilt andscabbard match well. Est.: $500-$1,000.
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\n Colt Model 1872 .22 caliber seven shot open  top revolver in very good plus
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Colt Model 1872 .22 caliber seven shot open top revolver in very good plus
Item number: 16317591 | Colt Model 1872 .22 caliber seven shot open top revolver in very good plus to near fine original condition, serial number 10488. The barrel shows 90% to 95% original blue which is thinning slightly at the edges with someminor marks and just beginning normal age. The cylinder shows 75% to 85% original blue with some slight losses at the edges and a minor index line. The frame is crisp with traces of silver and a good sharp .22 caliber marking. The grips show 80% to 90% original varnish with slight edge wear only. The markings are sharp and the action crisp. The bore is near excellent. A strong 8 on 1 to 10 scale. Est.: $400-$800
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\n Springfield model 1884 carbine .45-.70  caliber serial number 34103X (last
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Springfield model 1884 carbine .45-.70 caliber serial number 34103X (last
Item number: 16317350 | Springfield model 1884 carbine .45-.70 caliber serial number 34103X (last number not legible) in very good plus original condition showing considerable original blue and case hardened finish. The barrel shows50% to 70% original bright blue with some losses on the edges and areas where the finish is lost are going to a patina with some scattered erosion, slight scratches and minor pitting. The lock shows 50% to 70%dulling original blue, the trigger guard shows 50% to 70% bright blue that is drifting, the butt plate shows 50% to 70% toning blue finish. The breech block shows 1873 date and approximately 75% to 85%original bright case hardened colors. The stock is in near fine condition with sharp S.V. W 1886 cartouche and the stock shows just some minor small marks and handling with good P proof just behind the trigger guard. The original small parts are retained and the Buffington type rear sight shows the letter C. The action is tight and the bore is very good plus and may clean to fine. The compartment in the butt shows shell
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\n Full stock percussion plains/target rifle  circa about 1850-70 with brass m
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Full stock percussion plains/target rifle circa about 1850-70 with brass m
Item number: 16317471 | Full stock percussion plains/target rifle circa about 1850-70 with brass mountings and engraved disc type patch box in approximately .50 caliber. The rifle measures 60 ½” overall with 44 ¾” barrel of medium toslightly heavy weight measuring approximately 1” across the flats of the muzzle. The rifle stocked in plain wood with a good shape or roman nose. The barrel and lock show a brown patina finish and there is some light tomoderate pitting on the barrel. The rifle is equipped with double set triggers and the condition is very good overall. The bolster and nipple have been replaced in modern times and the front and rear sight are probablyturn-of-the-century. Est.: $600-$1,200.
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\n German Mauser bayonet and metal scabbard in  fair to good condition with wo
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German Mauser bayonet and metal scabbard in fair to good condition with wo
Item number: 16317592 | German Mauser bayonet and metal scabbard in fair to good condition with wood grips. Est.: $35-$70.
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\n Pristine Colt pre-war Match Target Woodsman  semi-automatic .22 caliber tar
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Pristine Colt pre-war Match Target Woodsman semi-automatic .22 caliber tar
Item number: 16317351 | Pristine Colt pre-war Match Target Woodsman semi-automatic .22 caliber target pistol serial number MT54. Letter from Richards Sport Shop of Marquette, Michigan documents that this Woodsman was sold by them on4/18/1939 to Mr. Vernon Micklow and a copy of the original dealers record of sale book is included with the aforementioned letter..The pistol remains in fine to excellent original condition showing 98% to 99% plus brightoriginal finish that is very near excellent with just some very slight losses. The grips are fine to excellent. A correct Colt Woodsman Match Target marked clip is also included. The interior is pristine with abright bore showing some minor use and firing. A serial numbered to match Target tested by J. M. Malloy is included along with an instruction manual, shooting suggestions, green Woodsman tag and Stevens sight tag. Astrong 9.8 on 1 to 10 scale. The box is near excellent with a few scratches and both original end labels. . From the collection of Joe Kiser former president of Colt Collectors Association and one of the Western
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\n Henry Deringer percussion pocket size pistol  showing 2” barrel approximate
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Henry Deringer percussion pocket size pistol showing 2” barrel approximate
Item number: 16317472 | Henry Deringer percussion pocket size pistol showing 2” barrel approximately .44 caliber in fair to good condition. The metal surfaces have been lightly cleaned to gray with some scattered light pitting. The markings aregood on both lock and breech. The breech shows double bands and P proof. The barrel shows 7 groove rifling and the Deringer is full stocked with no ramrod and shows typical engraved German silver mounts. The stock has been lightly cleaned and refinished. The checkering is still fairly sharp. There is an old collection tag attached to the trigger guard. The hammer is not staying on full cock and there is a slight crack in the stock. An original by Henry Deringer himself and not a copy. Est.: $700-$1,400.
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\n Japanese Arisaka “hook” bayonet with wooden  scabbard in overall good condi
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Japanese Arisaka “hook” bayonet with wooden scabbard in overall good condi
Item number: 16317593 | Japanese Arisaka “hook” bayonet with wooden scabbard in overall good condition with note from consignor “Brought to US in 1945 from Philippines by Captain Justus C. Bateman, US Army. Est.: $40-$80.
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\n Colt tribute to American hero Joe Foss  legendary Marine Corps fighter pilo
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Colt tribute to American hero Joe Foss legendary Marine Corps fighter pilo
Item number: 16317352 | Colt tribute to American hero Joe Foss legendary Marine Corps fighter pilot who was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor during World War II. This Colt features a Government Model Series 70 .45 acp Modelembellished by the Colt Custom Workshop and assigned number JF0226 with factory letter shipped to Northeast gun supply October 24, 1989. The pistol is finely royal blued with gold embellishments showing the life andcareer of Foss as an aviator, Tribute to service in the field artillery, service to the Marine Corps, his South Dakota farm house, and his life as Gov. of South Dakota. He was also Commissioner of the AmericanFootball League and president of the NRA. This issue originally came with walnut stocks but this pistol has had factory custom shop ivory grips with gold medallions and set by special screws operated with by a allenwrench fitted to the frame. A special presentation fitted case with medallion and information made by Colt is also included along with a letter of provenance from Colt fitted in the case. The condition is
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\n Classic prewar German sporting rifle on Model  98 Mauser action with Mannli
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Classic prewar German sporting rifle on Model 98 Mauser action with Mannli
Item number: 16317473 | Classic prewar German sporting rifle on Model 98 Mauser action with Mannlicher type bolt handle, double set triggers, nicely checkered select walnut stock with right-hand cheek piece, folding two leaf iron rear sights,mounted with a prewar German scope by Zeiss numbered 6116 on high rise look through mounts on quick detachable claw bases. The action and trigger guard are lightly scroll engraved in German motifs. The gun is in 8mmbore but not marked for S or J bore and should be slugged before firing. Included is a prewar .22 caliber conversion unit fitted to this rifle. The rifle remains in very good condition showing 75% to 85% original bluewhich is toning and aging nicely with some slight scratches and just beginning normal age. The stocks are very good showing refreshing to the checkering and light refinishing. The rifle has been fitted with a hard rubber modern recoil pad and shows European type sling swivels. Stock measures 13 7/8” to the end of the wood and nearly 15” to the end of pad. The scope shows a military type 3 thick post with center arrow
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\n British musket socket bayonet with brass  mounted leather scabbard; bayonet
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British musket socket bayonet with brass mounted leather scabbard; bayonet
Item number: 16317594 | British musket socket bayonet with brass mounted leather scabbard; bayonet is in fair condition with heavy patina and scattered surface rust and erosion (uncleaned); scabbard is good with WD proof. Est.:$75-$150.
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\n Scarce and desirable Winchester Model 1873  lever action rifle with open to
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Scarce and desirable Winchester Model 1873 lever action rifle with open to
Item number: 16317353 | Scarce and desirable Winchester Model 1873 lever action rifle with open top frame in .44-40 caliber, 24” octagon barrel, full magazine, rifle butt, serial number 27441. The open top model 1873 is rarely encountered and is a key variation in the 73 series. The rifle shows a dark brown patina finish with scattered light to moderate pitting and erosion and some minor areas of light cleaning and recoloring. The stocks have also been be worn and show some dings, mars, scratches and small losses and are fair to almost good. The rear sight is a replacement and the front sight is also a good replacement. The action is working andmarkings are light but visible. The bore is fair to slightly rough. Est.: $2,500 -$5,000.
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\n German Drilling on under lever type action,  barrel marked Fith. Wiener, Ha
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German Drilling on under lever type action, barrel marked Fith. Wiener, Ha
Item number: 16317474 | German Drilling on under lever type action, barrel marked Fith. Wiener, Hamburg. The gun is 16 gauge over approximately 11 mm and is black powder German proofed but not marked as to the length of the cartridge case. Thebarrel’s measures 27 3/8” and the right shotgun barrel is choked cylinder and left choked modified. The barrels are also marked Krupp steel at breech and the action automatically cocks 3 exposed bar hammerswhen barrels are tipped and these act as cocking indicators. The set trigger works and rear sight flips up when rifled barrel activated. The frame is nicely scroll and game scene engraved with stag and doe onleft, trophy stag on right and Langerhan or game bird on top. The stock measures 13 ¼” to the end of the wood and 14 ¼” to the end of a added recoil pad of American mfg. There is light gold inlaid bands at the breech. TheBores are good and look like they would clean to near excellent.The barrel’s show 50% to 70% toning blue with some light rust and erosion. The frame shows a brownish patina with some light satin color which was a gray
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\n British musket socket bayonet with brass  mounted leather scabbard; bayonet
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British musket socket bayonet with brass mounted leather scabbard; bayonet
Item number: 16317595 | British musket socket bayonet with brass mounted leather scabbard; bayonet is in fair condition showing a cleaned surface and scattered pitting; scabbard is good with broad arrow and WD proof. Est.: $75-$150.
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\n Full stock New England flintlock rifle, .54  cal., 41” rifled octagon unmar
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Full stock New England flintlock rifle, .54 cal., 41” rifled octagon unmar
Item number: 16317354 | Full stock New England flintlock rifle, .54 cal., 41” rifled octagon unmarked barrel, flared iron ramrod, brass ferrules, trigger guard and butt plate, lock marked “W & G Chance”. This gun is in overall very goodcondition showing a heavy dark patina to metal surfaces, very good wood stock with brass fore end tip and old sliver loss at front right side tip; a classic looking big bore flintlock rifle with beautiful lines and delicate features. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.
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\n Scottish basket hilt broadsword circa about  19th century showing restorati
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Scottish basket hilt broadsword circa about 19th century showing restorati
Item number: 16317475 | Scottish basket hilt broadsword circa about 19th century showing restoration and replacement of blade which is somewhat later than the hilt. The sword measures 40” overall with a 33” blade measures almost 1 ½” across widest as part of the ricasso and shows SH stamp along with small British Crown and Victoria era type stamps. The grip is nicely rewrapped and shows a replacement of the ferrule and the hilt shows pierced hearts and circles and is a good quality hand forged hilt from the 19th century or possibly late 18th . It is not uncommon that blades were changed as generations went on the blades were often updated on old hilts especially if sentimental in the family. Est.: $900- $1,800.
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\n Remington Model 1917 bayonet and leather  scabbard; bayonet is overall good
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Remington Model 1917 bayonet and leather scabbard; bayonet is overall good
Item number: 16317596 | Remington Model 1917 bayonet and leather scabbard; bayonet is overall good; scabbard is fair to near good with black painted mountings. Est.: $30-$60.
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\n Engraved Remington Vest Pocket derringer in  period casing, .22 cal., 3-1/4
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Engraved Remington Vest Pocket derringer in period casing, .22 cal., 3-1/4
Item number: 16317355 | Engraved Remington Vest Pocket derringer in period casing, .22 cal., 3-1/4” barrel, blue finish, wood grips, #7192. This gun is in overall very good condition showing an even grey patina with a couple spots of erosion,fine engraving, crisp action, sharp markings, dark bore, very good grips; casing is New York style with leather covering and purple silk interior lining with braided white and red piping; silver case clasp. Est.:$2,000-$4,000.
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\n 19th  to early 20th- century Scottish basket  hilt broadsword with original
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19th to early 20th- century Scottish basket hilt broadsword with original
Item number: 16317476 | 19th to early 20th- century Scottish basket hilt broadsword with original scabbard blade etched and signed Henry Wilkinson Pall Mall London with the appointment letter’s to his Majesty the Prince of Wales serial number12644 on back of blade at hilt. Etched on reverse with Eagle facing left surrounded by a buckler style belt which is etched on its interior “Dominus Providebit” with the initials J.A.M.V. The blade is in very goodcondition and the hilt and scabbard are also very good. The sharkskin wrap on the handle is fine to excellent and some newer red felt was added to protect knuckles which is easily removed. A very attractive basket hilt thatshould be researched to Regiment and Wilkinson may have information on this serial number. Est.: $1,250-$2,500.
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\n British spike bayonet and metal scabbard for  an Enfield in overall good co
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British spike bayonet and metal scabbard for an Enfield in overall good co
Item number: 16317597 | British spike bayonet and metal scabbard for an Enfield in overall good condition. Est.: $30-$60.
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\n Winchester Model 1876 lever action rifle in  .45-60 caliber showing 28” oct
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Winchester Model 1876 lever action rifle in .45-60 caliber showing 28” oct
Item number: 16317356 | Winchester Model 1876 lever action rifle in .45-60 caliber showing 28” octagon barrel with full magazine and rifle butt, serial number 60877. The rifle remains in original good to very good condition showing 30%to 50% original bright blue on barrel and magazine tube with good sharp barrel address and good edges. There is some just beginning light age and normal pinprick pitting, minor erosion, and slight normal aging. The frame shows 40%to 60% original blue which is drifting on the high points and edges. There are some slight scratches. The dust cover shows 50% to 70% original blue. The loading gate shows 60% to 70% thinning original blue. The hammer andloading lever show strong traces of case hardening which is quite colorful in some areas. The forend and butt plate show traces of original finish. The express type rear sight and original front sight are retained.The action sticks slightly and needs minor repair. The bore is at least very good and still fairly bright. A far better than average 1876 rifle. The stocks are also very good plus with some minor scratches, slight
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\n Old wood cased Whist gaming set with bone  chips, dice, spinners and cheate
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Old wood cased Whist gaming set with bone chips, dice, spinners and cheate
Item number: 16317477 | Old wood cased Whist gaming set with bone chips, dice, spinners and cheater cuff clips marked “Wizard” in overall very good condition; leather lining on bottom of case; key escutcheon shows partial loss; case keyincluded; a great early gambling set. Est.: $600-$1,200.
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\n Springfield bayonet and scabbard, bayonet  dated 1942, US marked with flami
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Springfield bayonet and scabbard, bayonet dated 1942, US marked with flami
Item number: 16317598 | Springfield bayonet and scabbard, bayonet dated 1942, US marked with flaming bomb and by U.C.; crossed cannons proof on opposite side of hilt; blade is in overall fair + condition, scabbard worn with nicks and mars. Est.: $60-$120.
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\n Flintlock Jeager rifle signed T.W. Pistor a  SchmalKalden. Circa about 1760
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Flintlock Jeager rifle signed T.W. Pistor a SchmalKalden. Circa about 1760
Item number: 16317357 | Flintlock Jeager rifle signed T.W. Pistor a SchmalKalden. Circa about 1760-1790. The rifle measures 44 ½” overall with 30 ½” light to medium weight barrel of approximately .36 caliber. The rifle remains in very goodcondition showing a light gray to brown patina finish with some light erosion and pinprick pitting starting along the edges of the barrel and the lock shows some just beginning darkening and light erosion. Thelock is nicely engraved and there is some chiseling on the back edge of the lock and hammer with gold gilt decoration. The lock is in its original flintlock state with correct hammer, small parts and screws. The barrelis inlaid in silver with makers name and decorative accents at the breech and around the signature (The lock is also signed). The stock is nicely raised carved at the wrist, tang and around cheek piece with nicelyworked area carved like metal butt plate but is wood. There is a small chip from the front of patch box cover. The small wire hair trigger extension for firing has broken but triggers still set and work (Easy to repair).
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\n Mid-eastern dagger with pearl grips and gold  Damascened blade circa 19th
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Mid-eastern dagger with pearl grips and gold Damascened blade circa 19th
Item number: 16317478 | Mid-eastern dagger with pearl grips and gold Damascened blade circa 19th century or earlier measuring 12” overall with 8” blade. The blade is very reinforced at the tip for piercing armor and has been polished butgenerally very good condition overall showing a well-done old repair to the pearl grips. Est.: $600 -$1,200.
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\n U.S. Springfield Trapdoor rifle converted to  SRC, non-functional with plug
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U.S. Springfield Trapdoor rifle converted to SRC, non-functional with plug
Item number: 16317599 | U.S. Springfield Trapdoor rifle converted to SRC, non-functional with plugged barrel and extension added to muzzle, wood stock, #71273. This gun is in overall fair condition as modified with a working action and riflestock that has been converted to carbine style; not to be fired; a display piece only. Est.: $150-$300.
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\n Early to mid-17th-century European broadsword  with marked blade showing 3
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Early to mid-17th-century European broadsword with marked blade showing 3
Item number: 16317358 | Early to mid-17th-century European broadsword with marked blade showing 3 Kings which we have identified as the maker’s mark as Johannes Wundes of Soligen, Germany and showing a writhen pommel with well-matchedguard. The blade has been reduced to approximately 30 ½” and originally was 6” plus longer when made. The grip has been expertly rewrapped in correct style with fancy twisted wire. The metal surfaces showsome light to moderate pitting and all elements are 17th-century or earlier and are an old and attractive association. Est.: $2,000- $4,000.
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\n Lot of 2 Mills type web belts each with metal  Bear’s head etched buckle an
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Lot of 2 Mills type web belts each with metal Bear’s head etched buckle an
Item number: 16317479 | Lot of 2 Mills type web belts each with metal Bear’s head etched buckle and both in well-used but overall good condition, one with cartridge loops that hold large caliber cartridges, the other with small calibercartridge loops; accompanied by a grouping of older .44 caliber revolver cartridges and several .25-20 rifle cartridges. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Winchester .50 caliber Express single cavity  mold in near mint condition w
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Winchester .50 caliber Express single cavity mold in near mint condition w
Item number: 16317359 | Winchester .50 caliber Express single cavity mold in near mint condition with majority of its original blue finish; very desirable. Est.: $200-$400.
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\n Transitional rapier to small sword circa late  17th to early 18th century p
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Transitional rapier to small sword circa late 17th to early 18th century p
Item number: 16317480 | Transitional rapier to small sword circa late 17th to early 18th century probably German or central European with heavy cast brass and gold washed hilt with copper wire wrapped original grip. The blade is nicely formed and shaped with decorative cut work on the back portion and the sword is finely balanced for fencing and use in duels. The sword is 40 ½” overall and the blade is 34” showing slight reduction in length. The condition is verygood plus with some light pitting on the blade and hilt shows considerable gold color going to a natural patina with the copper wire wrapped grip in fine to near excellent condition showing a dark patina. A very nicesword every way. Est.: $700-$1,400.
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\n Koto era katana or long sword of Japanese  handmade manufacture in traditio
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Koto era katana or long sword of Japanese handmade manufacture in traditio
Item number: 16317360 | Koto era katana or long sword of Japanese handmade manufacture in traditional mountings with signed blade Shigeyuki of Bungo province about 1624 or earlier. The very straight blade measures 25 ½” across thecutting-edge and is in good condition for its age showing some slight erosion and beginning pitting with small areas of exposed core or Kizu. There is a nice grain to the steel and the temper line is visible to thetip. The blade has been cleaned lightly (not Japanese). The tang shows a dark rust and the black mountings have been repainted. Brass Tsuba and fittings are probably of the World War II era except a very old hibaki and onemount is older. Est.: $1,000-$3,000.
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\n High quality custom stocked sporting rifle  based on post-war commercial FN
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High quality custom stocked sporting rifle based on post-war commercial FN
Item number: 16317481 | High quality custom stocked sporting rifle based on post-war commercial FN Mauser action and barrel in .30-06 cal. with Hensoldt scope on E Peter gunsmith signed mount in Wiesbaden. The rifle shows a 24" barrel, is44" overall, with 3-leaf folding rear sight mounted on raised and engraved milled rib. The rifle is nicely stocked in European walnut with fancy checkering bordered in carved oak leaves. The stock is also inlaidwith ivory and hardwood diamonds with ivory forend cap and pistol grip cap. The floor plate and trigger guard are nicely engraved and silver inlaid in high relief showing great stag and doe. The initials WMC aresilver inlaid into the trigger guard. The bolt and follower are engine turned. The condition is very good+ to near fine, as refinished metal at time of sporterization. The action is tight, the bore is good butdirty and will clean. The cheek piece is on the right side for a left-handed shooter using a right hand bolt, but like most German guns it will work for either shooter. A quality rifle of the type made in the \'40s
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\n U.S. Distinguished Marksman suspension medal  in riker case with original c
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U.S. Distinguished Marksman suspension medal in riker case with original c
Item number: 16317361 | U.S. Distinguished Marksman suspension medal in riker case with original cabinet photo showing U.S. Army officer in uniform wearing this medal and others and signed on the back “Your Arizona friend, Frank DeW. Ramsey, Oct. 5-1892” with additional penciled notes “we knew him at Fort Whipple, Prescott, Ariz. Frank DeWitt Ramsey, F. de W. Ramsey, 2d Lt. USA rec’d distinguished Marksman Badge in 1890, 9th U.S. Infantry”. Both the medal and the cabinet photo are in overall very good to fine condition; the medal is the first pattern variation with the oval target and is solid gold; it is stamped “R.I.A.” (Rock Island Arsenal) on the back of the top barand “83” at the center of the back of the suspended shield. A really nice set of U.S. militaria that deserves further research as to service record of Lt. Ramsey and the occasion of his award of this shooting medal. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.
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\n Smith & Wesson 3rd Model Target single shot  pistol, .22LR cal., 10” barrel
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Smith & Wesson 3rd Model Target single shot pistol, .22LR cal., 10” barrel
Item number: 16317482 | Smith & Wesson 3rd Model Target single shot pistol, .22LR cal., 10” barrel, blue finish, checkered wood medallion grips, #8623. This gun is in overall fine to excellent condition showing approx. 97% original finish withslight muzzle wear and some vertical minor scratches to the right side of the barrel , very good bore, action, markings and grips; less than 7,000 manufactured and also known as the “Olympic Model Single Shot”. Est.:$600-$1,200.
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\n New England flintlock buck and ball half  stock rifle, approx. 20 gauge, 44
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New England flintlock buck and ball half stock rifle, approx. 20 gauge, 44
Item number: 16317362 | New England flintlock buck and ball half stock rifle, approx. 20 gauge, 44” octagon barrel marked “S. Allen” showing a heavy dark patina throughout, brass furniture that also shows a dark patina, pewter fore end, woodramrod with brass ferrules mounted on wood rib attached beneath the barrel. The gun is in uncleaned out-of-the-attic condition, the way collectors love to see them; the lockplate is marked “S. Ashmore, Warranted”.There is a silver oval escutcheon at the top of the wrist with light engraving; the wood stock is in overall very good condition. A beautiful half stock in original condition except for the flint stone and leather strip. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.
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\n Colt Detective Special DA revolver, .38  Special cal., 2” barrel, blue fini
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Colt Detective Special DA revolver, .38 Special cal., 2” barrel, blue fini
Item number: 16317483 | Colt Detective Special DA revolver, .38 Special cal., 2” barrel, blue finish, checkered wood medallion grips, #465949, backstrap inscribed “U.S. CAPITOL POLICE”, butt strap inscribed “OX30”. This gun is inoverall fine condition showing the majority of its original finish with bright polish to frame sides and cylinder and mat finish to barrel and straps to reduce glare; crisp action and markings, fine bore, very goodgrips showing wear from carry and some scattered mars; the strap markings appear applied by factory roll dies and a letter should be sought from the Colt Historian. Est.: $600-$1,200.
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\n Albanian flintlock Migulet musket with  stylized
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Albanian flintlock Migulet musket with stylized "rat tail" metal stock, br
Item number: 16317363 | Albanian flintlock Migulet musket with stylized "rat tail" metal stock, brass inlays, signed on barrel, circa 18th to 19th century. The gun measures 63-1/2" overall, approximately .60 cal. smooth bore; the stock is lightly engraved and shows brass accents, and is of higher quality than normally found. The condition is good to very good. These early ethnic weapons are drying up on the collectors market. Est.: $900-$1,800
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\n Colt Bisley single action revolver, .41 cal.,  5-1/2” barrel, customized go
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Colt Bisley single action revolver, .41 cal., 5-1/2” barrel, customized go
Item number: 16317484 | Colt Bisley single action revolver, .41 cal., 5-1/2” barrel, customized gold inlaid trim lines and front sight, quality older re-blue finish, bake-a-lite smooth grips, #238549 with black and white cowhide soft boot. Thisgun is in overall very good to fine condition as customized showing approx. 99% re-blue, tasteful gold line inlays, crisp action, very good markings and bore, fine grips; fine custom soft boot. From the Texas collectionof Eddie Glover, Jr. Est.: $750-$1,500.
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\n Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 7-1/2” barrel,  custom cattle brand engraving
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Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 7-1/2” barrel, custom cattle brand engraving
Item number: 16317364 | Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 7-1/2” barrel, custom cattle brand engraving by Weldon Bledsoe, nickel finish, Wyoming jade grips, #64132SA. This gun is in overall fine condition showing full coverage of cattlebrands with stippled background, 99% re-finish remaining, bright bore, crisp action and markings, fine custom grips; a beautifully accomplished piece of Western artwork! From the Texas collection of EddieGlover, Jr. Est.: $2,500-$5,000.
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\n Highly customized DA semi-auto pistol, .45  cal., 4-1/2” barrel with 1-1/2”
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Highly customized DA semi-auto pistol, .45 cal., 4-1/2” barrel with 1-1/2”
Item number: 16317485 | Highly customized DA semi-auto pistol, .45 cal., 4-1/2” barrel with 1-1/2” extended compensator, nickel finish, checkered composite grips with attached under frame laser sight and flashlight; left side ofslide engraved and marked “Texas Rangers Tactical, #PROTO-1, no other maker marking or visible numbers. The gun is in overall excellent condition with fine bore, crisp action and fine grips with miniature TexasRanger badges affixed to each side of the grips with the number 823 in the center of each star; bobbed hammer, Pachmayr magazine. The gun is accompanied by a quality reproduction Co. A Texas Ranger badge,Amazonas Two tactical knife and a push dagger with State of Texas insignia at the hilt. All items are cased inside a leather bound and lined briefcase with fitted insert and combination locks. From the Texas collection of Eddie Glover, Jr. Est.: $750-$1,500.
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\n Customized Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal.,  4-3/4” barrel with added ventilate
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Customized Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 4-3/4” barrel with added ventilate
Item number: 16317365 | Customized Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 4-3/4” barrel with added ventilated rib marked “REVERA WASCO INC.”; re-blued finish, custom engraved with finely accomplished scroll designs, target hammer, beautifulolder raised carved ivory grips with scene of the Alamo on the left grip and scene of a lovely woman facing a mirror on the right grip, #319120 with extra cylinder displaying matching engraving. This gun is in overallvery good to fine condition as customized with a very good bore, crisp action and markings, very finely accomplished raised carved grips that have spacers at the rear of the frame to fit these grips to this gun.Although no written documentation, consignor believes gun was formerly owned by legendary performer, Mel Torme. From the Texas collection of Eddie Glover, Jr. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.
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\n Winchester Model 1897 factory “Black Diamond”  12 gauge trap marked shotgun
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Winchester Model 1897 factory “Black Diamond” 12 gauge trap marked shotgun
Item number: 16317486 | Winchester Model 1897 factory “Black Diamond” 12 gauge trap marked shotgun with 30” barrel, blue finish, serial number 271531. The gun shows 75% to 85% original bright blue drifting mostly on the operating areas ofthe magazine tube and edges. The markings are sharp and generally crisp overall showing factory milling at the center of the frame and the bolt is engraved “Trap Gun”. The checkered wood stocks show a select grain and small black diamond inlays at each wrist. The stocks are in good to very good condition with some wear at the handling points, minor marks but at least good to very good overall with about 40% to 50% varnish. The originalWinchester hard rubber butt plate is retained. The gun is full choked and action is good, the bore is good, and generally tight and original overall. Shows straight trap style factory stock with no pistol grip. Est.: $900-$1800
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\n Customized pair of Luger semi-auto carbines  with one wood shoulder stock,
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Customized pair of Luger semi-auto carbines with one wood shoulder stock,
Item number: 16317366 | Customized pair of Luger semi-auto carbines with one wood shoulder stock, cased in a maroon-lined deluxe wood presentation display box. The first gun is a byf-marked Luger dated 1937, 9mm cal., 16-1/2” custom barrel,re-nickeled finish, checkered wood grips and smooth wood fore stock, #8829. This gun is in overall good condition as customized with fine bore, good action, mixed numbers, good grips and fore stock. The second gun is apost-war Erma Luger in .22 caliber with a 16-1/4” custom barrel, re-nickeled finish, checkered wood grips and smooth wood fore stock, #75589. This gun is in overall good condition as customized with a fine bore andvery good wood; action needs work. The stock is in overall fine condition as re-finished with re-nickeled attachment lug, numbered 449c and a fine condition grooved black plastic butt plate; the stock fits both gunsnicely. From the Texas collection of Eddie Glover, Jr. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.
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\n Sharps 4-barrel derringer, .22 cal., 2-1/2”  barrels, blue and silver finis
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Sharps 4-barrel derringer, .22 cal., 2-1/2” barrels, blue and silver finis
Item number: 16317487 | Sharps 4-barrel derringer, .22 cal., 2-1/2” barrels, blue and silver finish, wood grips, #1206. This gun is in overall good to very good condition showing considerable muted blue finish on the barrel assembly withscattered light pitting confined to the right side of the barrels; majority of the silver finish remains on the derringer’s brass frame, crisp action, sharp markings, very good wood grips, fair bores with scatteredspots of pitting. Est.: $700-$1,400.
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\n Winchester Model 1894 Special order takedown  lever action rifle, .25-35 W.
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Winchester Model 1894 Special order takedown lever action rifle, .25-35 W.
Item number: 16317367 | Winchester Model 1894 Special order takedown lever action rifle, .25-35 W.C.F. cal., 26” half round/half octagon nickel steel barrel, half magazine, blue finish, checkered pistol grip shotgun butt stock, checked for end,#257232. This gun is in overall very good to fine condition showing approx. 70% original blue with some scratching around the muzzle area and near the loading port, also an area of cleaned erosion on the lower left side ofthe receiver; fine bore, crisp action and markings, very good + wood stocks with checkered Winchester hard rubber butt plate; flip-up adjustable tang sight; a really nice multi-special feature Winchester. Est.:$2,500-$5,000.
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\n Colt Model 1903 semi-auto pistol, .38 Rimless  cal., 4-1/2” barrel, blue fi
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Colt Model 1903 semi-auto pistol, .38 Rimless cal., 4-1/2” barrel, blue fi
Item number: 16317488 | Colt Model 1903 semi-auto pistol, .38 Rimless cal., 4-1/2” barrel, blue finish, checkered hard rubber grips, #43395. This gun is in overall very good + condition showing considerable muted original blue finish mixed with scattered spots of erosion and pinprick pitting, good bore, crisp action, sharp markings and very good grips, correct magazine. Est.: $750-$1,500.
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\n Koto era wakasashi or medium-size Japanese  handmade samurai sword in tradi
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Koto era wakasashi or medium-size Japanese handmade samurai sword in tradi
Item number: 16317368 | Koto era wakasashi or medium-size Japanese handmade samurai sword in traditional mountings. The blade dates 1450 to 1550 and is unsigned and in need of polish. Blade measures 17 ½” across the cutting edge. Thesteel shows some pitting and small areas of exposed core. The sword shows good-quality mountings with a fancy cast Tsuba. The mounts match well and the sword shows a good wrap on handle with cast brass menuki. The smallkozuka knife is missing. The lacquered scabbard is good with some small losses and areas of slight damage. Out of a local World War II veterans estate. Est.: $500-$1,500.
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\n Leather flap holster for a Colt SAA revolver  stamped on the front flap are
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Leather flap holster for a Colt SAA revolver stamped on the front flap are
Item number: 16317489 | Leather flap holster for a Colt SAA revolver stamped on the front flap area “45” and on the top of the flap “Main & Winchester, MAKER, San Francisco” in overall very good + condition with three rivet belt loop onreverse; a very desirable maker and great looking piece! Est.: $750-$1,500.
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\n Koto period wakasashi or medium-size Japanese  handmade sword in storage ca
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Koto period wakasashi or medium-size Japanese handmade sword in storage ca
Item number: 16317369 | Koto period wakasashi or medium-size Japanese handmade sword in storage case dating more than 400 years old in very good condition. The blade shows a very good temper which extends all the way around the tip. The blade is in nice condition with a couple of minor scratches and one area of exposed core of the steel (a kizu or flaw) about 4” back from the tip and about 4 mm in size. The tang is unsigned and shows dark rust. The blademeasures 16 ¼” across the edge. A very old and good quality family sword. Est.: $600-$1,200.
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\n Early British military issued horn flask with  wood base stopper and brass
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Early British military issued horn flask with wood base stopper and brass
Item number: 16317490 | Early British military issued horn flask with wood base stopper and brass spout, approx. 15” overall and in very good condition, WD and broad arrow marked; later period leather hanging strap; type issued to land troops and on ships for cannons. Est.: $200-$400.
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\n Lot of 2 single cavity bullet molds, one a  Winchester .40-60 mold in very
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Lot of 2 single cavity bullet molds, one a Winchester .40-60 mold in very
Item number: 16317370 | Lot of 2 single cavity bullet molds, one a Winchester .40-60 mold in very good condition, the other an unmarked .45-60 mold in very good condition. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Original Winchester advertising poster for  .401 caliber self-loading rifle
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Original Winchester advertising poster for .401 caliber self-loading rifle
Item number: 16317491 | Original Winchester advertising poster for .401 caliber self-loading rifle copyrighted 1909 showing great scenes approximately 30” x 15”. The condition is very good with slight folding and minor discoloration and both topand bottom bands are retained. A rare and early Winchester advertiser from the well-recognized Brad Witherall advertising collection. Nicely framed and matted. Est.: $750-$1,500.
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\n Colt Root percussion revolver, .28 cal.,  3-1/2” octagon barrel, blue finis
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Colt Root percussion revolver, .28 cal., 3-1/2” octagon barrel, blue finis
Item number: 16317371 | Colt Root percussion revolver, .28 cal., 3-1/2” octagon barrel, blue finish, wood grips, #5044 in rosewood presentation box with forest green lining, iron bullet mold, brass spread eagle powder flask, combinationnipple wrench and cap tin. This gun is in overall very good to near fine condition showing approx. 70% original bright blue on the frame and approx. 75% muted blue finish on the barrel and cylinder along with themajority of the original cylinder scene, all matching visible serial numbers, very good + grips, action and bore; the casing is also very good with a brass plaque in the lid, an old longitudinal crack in the lid with somescattered nicks and mars from storage; dark green lining interior with some partition damage and need for re-gluing; accessories are in fair to good condition. Est.: $1,750-$3,500.
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\n Winchester Model 1892 lever action rifle,  .25-20 W.C.F. cal., 24-1/4” octa
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Winchester Model 1892 lever action rifle, .25-20 W.C.F. cal., 24-1/4” octa
Item number: 16317492 | Winchester Model 1892 lever action rifle, .25-20 W.C.F. cal., 24-1/4” octagon barrel, blue finish, wood stocks, #754442 in overall good condition as restored showing approx. 98% of a quality re-blue finish, crispaction, sharp markings, good bore, good wood stocks that have been re-finished. Est.: $900-$1,800.
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\n Colt Woodsman .22 caliber pre-war  semi-automatic pistol with 6 ½” barrel,
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Colt Woodsman .22 caliber pre-war semi-automatic pistol with 6 ½” barrel,
Item number: 16317372 | Colt Woodsman .22 caliber pre-war semi-automatic pistol with 6 ½” barrel, blue finish, checkered wood grips in early productions series number 46. Shipped to H.F. Nielsen Arms Co., July 20, 1915, in a onegun shipment. The subject pistol shows a tapped muzzle and threaded on screw on cap originaly intended for use with of sound suppression device probably Maxim. The pistol shows approximately 20% to 40% original blue evenly drifting intoning to a grayish Brown patina. There is some light to moderate scattered erosion and pinprick pitting. The grips are good with oil staining and normal wear. The markings are good and show earlyrampant Colt at rear of slide and early address. The action is good and the bore is also good. A two-tone Colt marked clip is included. These low 2 digit Colts are always desirable and this Woodsman was made in 1styear of production 1915. . From the collection of Joe Kiser former president of Colt Collectors Association and one of the Western United States most renowned old-time collectors. Estimate $1500-$3000
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\n Fancy cased pinfire pistol with gold and  bright finish with select walnut
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Fancy cased pinfire pistol with gold and bright finish with select walnut
Item number: 16317493 | Fancy cased pinfire pistol with gold and bright finish with select walnut stocks. The pistol is in 7.6 mm pin fire and shows a 3 ½” half round, half octagon barrel made without extractor and with loading gate. Therevolver shows no proofs or markings and has a six shot cylinder. Approximately 80% to 90% gold remains on the frame and the bright metal surfaces are lightly cleaned but remain in good condition. The revolver works welland the grips are in good condition. The case is in very good condition with some minor impressions and just slight normal aging. The exterior of the case is veneered rosewood and in good condition. Est.: $800 -$1,600.
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\n Colt pre-war Woodsman .22 caliber  semiautomatic pistol with 6 ½” barrel, t
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Colt pre-war Woodsman .22 caliber semiautomatic pistol with 6 ½” barrel, t
Item number: 16317373 | Colt pre-war Woodsman .22 caliber semiautomatic pistol with 6 ½” barrel, tapped muzzle with screw on cap, blued finish, checkered wood grips. Serial number 28866 made 1922. The machine work on the end of the barrel appears to be factory and probably to accept a Maxim device. The pistol retains approximately 85% to 95% original blue with some minor spotting and erosion. Slight losses of finish at high points and edges.The markings are sharp and crisp. The grips are very good plus with just some slight wear and minor oil staining. The interior is very good and slightly dirty which would clean and a original two-tone Colt clip isincluded. . From the collection of Joe Kiser former president of Colt Collectors Association and one of the Western United States most renowned old-time collectors. Est.: $1250-$2500
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\n Center-hammer percussion belt size pistol  with snap bayonet and fancy pear
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Center-hammer percussion belt size pistol with snap bayonet and fancy pear
Item number: 16317494 | Center-hammer percussion belt size pistol with snap bayonet and fancy pearl inlaid stocks circa about 1840-1860. The pistol shows no proofs or makers markings but is definitely continental and probably French or Belgian. The pistol measures 10” overall with 5” barrel of approximately .52 caliber smoothbore. The stock is nicely inlaid with pearl on both sides and back of grip. The left side shows a musket and florals withline borders and large circular dots. The right side shows a tulip and hunting dog with similar florals and borders. The metal remains in good condition showing 50% striped finish on the barrel and some scatterederosion and pinprick pitting. The condition is generally good and the action works well. The bayonet is released through the trigger guard and the spring is slightly weak and does not snap out the bayonet all the way towhere it locks. A very attractive and unusual European pistol seldom seen with pearl inlay. Est.: $600-$1,200.
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\n Stevens Walnut Hill .22 long rifle caliber  single shot rifle in fine to ex
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Stevens Walnut Hill .22 long rifle caliber single shot rifle in fine to ex
Item number: 16317374 | Stevens Walnut Hill .22 long rifle caliber single shot rifle in fine to excellent condition with target type tang sight and covered front sight, serial number 71082. The barrel shows 95% to 98% of original brightblue finish thinning slightly with some slight losses at the muzzle. The frame shows 90% to 95% original bright case hardening which is aging only slightly and toning very minimally. The majority of the color on theframe is vibrant. The stocks are very good plus to near fine with one or two minor dings and one major ding right in front of the front sling swivel. The frame shows factory milled for a receiver sight which has beenremoved long ago. The original butt plate is retained and the barrel band shows traces of original finish. A strong 9.5 on 1 to 10 scale. Est.: $1500- $3000
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\n M -42 helmet with white camouflage for German  Luftwaffe or Air Force showi
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M -42 helmet with white camouflage for German Luftwaffe or Air Force showi
Item number: 16317495 | M -42 helmet with white camouflage for German Luftwaffe or Air Force showing service Eagle decal on left side. The decal is painted around with a triangular cut out to leave decal exposed. A model 1931 liner rest in the interior and is complete except for drawstring. The name Bollen is written on the inside of the liner. The makers code is CKL and the size is 64 and lot number is 344. The helmet is completely original made 1942-1945 from a premier German headgear collector. Absolutely authentic. Est.: $600-$1,200.
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\n Beretta Model 682 Gold Sporting Classic 12  gauge 3” chambered over and und
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Beretta Model 682 Gold Sporting Classic 12 gauge 3” chambered over and und
Item number: 16317375 | Beretta Model 682 Gold Sporting Classic 12 gauge 3” chambered over and under shotgun showing 30” barrels, single trigger, auto ejector’s with custom back boring and porting, lightened trigger, black oxidefinish to match barrels and full set of fitted choke tubes with other custom work by Briley of Houston totaling $985 with invoice. The gun is in near fine used condition and has been shot but not a great deal. The stock is nicely burled and checkered and measures 15” to the end of a English type pad, 14” plus to the end of the wood. The shotgun is contained within a sporting classic marked leather case and the gun is serial numberedH21334B with original Beretta papers. Est.: $1250-$2500
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\n In theater painted Soviet World War II helmet  in good to very good conditi
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In theater painted Soviet World War II helmet in good to very good conditi
Item number: 16317496 | In theater painted Soviet World War II helmet in good to very good condition with liner and chinstrap. Shows star with hammer and sickle painted in red paint. Estimate $300-$600.
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\n Shiloh Sharps Model 1874 Sporting rifle, .50  caliber, 2-1/2” case, 32” oct
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Shiloh Sharps Model 1874 Sporting rifle, .50 caliber, 2-1/2” case, 32” oct
Item number: 16317376 | Shiloh Sharps Model 1874 Sporting rifle, .50 caliber, 2-1/2” case, 32” octagon barrel with Bridgeport collar, blue and case hardened finish, deluxe wood straight stock with pewter fore end tip, checkered steel buttplate, double set triggers, hard rubber finger rest behind lever, buckhorn rear sight, blade front sight, mounted with telescopic adjustable scope displaying crystal clear optics, #1098B. Thisoutstanding rifle is in overall excellent condition showing little use or handling, approx. 99% original blue finish to barrel and approx. 99% vivid case colors on receiver, hammer and loading lever; wood isalso excellent with beautiful flame graining; accompanied by a heavy duty aluminum padded hard case. Est.: $1,750-$3,500.
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\n German Model M-16 helmet taken as souvenir by  American soldier in World Wa
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German Model M-16 helmet taken as souvenir by American soldier in World Wa
Item number: 16317497 | German Model M-16 helmet taken as souvenir by American soldier in World War I. This helmet is hand-painted with scenes of an American artillery unit firing on German soldiers retreating across an open field with scenesof small towns in the background. The sky-blue top exhibits French planes shooting down German fighters. Explosions are visible on the front as well as a bullet impact hole. A black German iron cross adorns the frontwith the years 1914 to 1918. Just below the iron Cross a banner reading World War, 1914 -1918, Verdun, CH – Thierry, St. Mihiel. By tradition this helmet was taken it as a souvenir and an artist was commissioned topaint it after the war to commemorate the battles that the G.I. who brought it home had fought. Very interesting and decorative. Est.: $600-$1,200.
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\n Colt New Service DA revolver, .38 W.C.F.  cal., 7-1/2” barrel, blue finish,
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Colt New Service DA revolver, .38 W.C.F. cal., 7-1/2” barrel, blue finish,
Item number: 16317377 | Colt New Service DA revolver, .38 W.C.F. cal., 7-1/2” barrel, blue finish, checkered hard rubber grips, lanyard ring, #12690. This gun is in overall excellent condition showing approx. 98% orig. high polish bluefinish, fine bore, sharp markings, fine grips, crisp action although the cylinder stop lug that is actuated by the trigger is not working and need repair; one of the nicest early New Service Colts we’ve seen insome time. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.
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\n German Model 35 helmet taken as souvenir and  painted by US Army Sgt. Stron
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German Model 35 helmet taken as souvenir and painted by US Army Sgt. Stron
Item number: 16317498 | German Model 35 helmet taken as souvenir and painted by US Army Sgt. Strong 333 FAGP (Field Artillery Group). This helmet is neatly painted with locations that the Sgt. served particularly the French regions ofNormandy, Brittany, St. Mere Eglise and others. The left side of the helmet is showing a German Luftwaffe Eagle and the right side shows the German national colors. The combination of the 2 insignia indicatecaptured from member of Luftwaffe. The helmets front shows the red, white and blue colors of the allies. The helmet was manufactured by F.W. Quist and shows Q manufacture’s code and size is 66 cm. Anoriginal soldier’s name is inscribed in back Gerhardus. Est.: $750 -$1,500.
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\n Sharps Officer’s Model carbine, .38 cal.,  26-1/4” barrel, engraved receive
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Sharps Officer’s Model carbine, .38 cal., 26-1/4” barrel, engraved receive
Item number: 16317378 | Sharps Officer’s Model carbine, .38 cal., 26-1/4” barrel, engraved receiver, wood stocks, engraved patchbox base, butt plate and fore stock end piece, #871. This gun is in overall fair to good condition showing adark patina to the barrel with scattered light to moderate old areas of pitting, good bore and action, receiver shows a grey patina with scattered light pitting with some spots of moderate pitting but considerableoriginal engraving still visible; overall good wood stocks with scattered losses to finish and some mars and scratches from carry and storage; engraving on patchbox, butt plate and fore end tip are beautifullyaccomplished. A hard-to-find Sharps variation in any condition. Est.: $1,750-$3,500.
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\n Full cutaway of the Chinese Broom Handle 20  shot pistol exposing action an
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Full cutaway of the Chinese Broom Handle 20 shot pistol exposing action an
Item number: 16317499 | Full cutaway of the Chinese Broom Handle 20 shot pistol exposing action and interior. Non firing and in excellent as restored condition by expert gunsmith, serial number E7 . Also shows dummy cartridges. Est.:$1,000-$2,000.
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\n Remington Model 1890 single action revolver  in .44-40 caliber with 5 ¾”bar
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Remington Model 1890 single action revolver in .44-40 caliber with 5 ¾”bar
Item number: 16317379 | Remington Model 1890 single action revolver in .44-40 caliber with 5 ¾”barrel retaining strong traces of original blue finish with hard rubber grips. Serial number 1342. Shows left-handed short barrel address and lanyardring in the butt. This Remington shows a light patina finish with strong traces of bright blue in protected areas estimated at 5% to 10%. The markings are good and the edges are fairly crisp. The grips are goodother than a large loss or chip on each side of the bottom edge of each grip where the frame pins hold the grips. The action is good and the bore is bright. The ejector rod housing and cylinder pin are not abused.Est.: $1,250-$2,500
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\n Colt 1849 Pocket Model London series in its  original to the period oak cas
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Colt 1849 Pocket Model London series in its original to the period oak cas
Item number: 16317380 | Colt 1849 Pocket Model London series in its original to the period oak case with 4” barrel serial number 3813. This .31 caliber percussion Colt shows London barrel address with iron trigger guard. Approximately 70% to 80% original blue and case hardening remains with good sharp edges and markings. There is some light erosion and pinprick pitting just starting. 80% to 90% original cylinder scene remains with some scratching on thecylinder. The case hardening shows some darkening but still has mostly colorful areas. The backstrap and trigger guard show considerable original blue. The varnished wood grips show 90% to 95% varnish. Thebottom of the right grip is stamped 923 and 73C which may be a registration or collection number. All matching visible serial numbers. The action is cocking but the cylinder does not revolve. The lining has been removed from the lid of the case. The bottom of the case remains in good condition but is missing its compartment cover. The case is for a 5” barrel but 4” barrels were often sold in the 5” case. A Dixon patent bag flask is included
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\n Sharps New Model percussion carbine in .52  caliber, serial number C6945. T
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Sharps New Model percussion carbine in .52 caliber, serial number C6945. T
Item number: 16317381 | Sharps New Model percussion carbine in .52 caliber, serial number C6945. The carbine shows 20% to 30% original blue and case hardening drifting to a natural patina with some slight erosion and pinprick pitting just starting. There is some bright finish where protected. The markings on the barrel and breech are very good. The left side of the breech shows inspectors initials E.A.W. The stocks are very good plus and shows twocartouches directly underneath the saddle ring bar which are mostly visible. The saddle ring stud shows H inspectors marks and there are other small H’s on most of the small parts. The markings are sharp, edges arecrisp, the bore is at least good and may clean. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.
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\n Remington Model 32 Skeet O/U shotgun 4 barrel  set in lined luggage style h
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Remington Model 32 Skeet O/U shotgun 4 barrel set in lined luggage style h
Item number: 16317382 | Remington Model 32 Skeet O/U shotgun 4 barrel set in lined luggage style hardcase, blue finish, checkered wood stocks, #5411. This set includes the following barrel combinations: 1. 28 gauge, 26” Simmonsstyle ventilated rib O/U barrels, CYL choked with fine bores, #5411; 2. 20 gauge, 26” Simmons style ventilated rib O/U barrels, CYL choked with fine bores, #5411; 3. 12 gauge, 26” ventilated rib O/U barrels, Skeet choked with fine bores, #5411; 4. 410 gauge, 26” Simmons style ventilated rib O/U barrels, MOD over IMP CYL chokes, upper barrel shows several pits, under barrel near fine, #5411. This gun shows majority of blue finishremaining and finely grained wood stocks that are in overall very good to near fine condition with red hard rubber butt pad, length of pull from single trigger is 15”; action needs adjustment as it does not cockwhen opened; casing is overall good but exterior needs a careful cleaning as the set has been in storage for a considerable time. Est.: $1,250-$2,500.
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\n Single loop leather holster and money  cartridge belt rig with classic West
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Single loop leather holster and money cartridge belt rig with classic West
Item number: 16317261 | Single loop leather holster and money cartridge belt rig with classic Western look, holster prominently marked “R.T. Frazier, MAKER, Pueblo, Colo.” on wide loop of holster, money belt is unmarked but earlywith square belt buckle; entire rig is worn, shows some general crazing of leather with some edge cracking and losses, some cartridge loops split, tongue end piece that has adjusting holes for belt buckle is missing;rig will benefit from a careful cleaning and repair; a desirable maker and early holster and money belt worthy of restoration. Est.: $250-$500.
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\n Winchester loading tool for a .38-55 caliber  cartridge and matching Winche
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Winchester loading tool for a .38-55 caliber cartridge and matching Winche
Item number: 16317383 | Winchester loading tool for a .38-55 caliber cartridge and matching Winchester .38-55 caliber single cavity bullet mold. The loading tool is in overall very good condition and the bullet mold is overall very good to near fine. Est.: $350-$700.
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\n English Military horn flask used with Baker  rifle musket circa 1800-1823,
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English Military horn flask used with Baker rifle musket circa 1800-1823,
Item number: 16317262 | English Military horn flask used with Baker rifle musket circa 1800-1823, approx. 11” overall with brass plug and brass spout with brass measuring thimble; base plug is inscribed with the crest of the Earl ofNorthumberland; the spout is regimental marked “E 37”; overall very good condition with pleasing patina to all parts. Est.: $400-$800.
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\n Belgian-made Browning Pigeon Grade Trap O/U  shotgun, 12 gauge, 2-3/4” cham
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Belgian-made Browning Pigeon Grade Trap O/U shotgun, 12 gauge, 2-3/4” cham
Item number: 16317384 | Belgian-made Browning Pigeon Grade Trap O/U shotgun, 12 gauge, 2-3/4” chamber, 30” ventilated rib barrels, blue finish, engraved receiver, checkered wood stocks, Jenkins hard rubber butt pad, #80045 with extra setof Belgian-made barrels and checkered wood fore end. This gun is in overall very good condition showing the majority of an older re-blue finish to the 30” barrels, very good bores, crisp action, very good wood stocks,single trigger; length of pull 14”; the extra set of barrels are 28” long (ventilated) with the majority of its original blue finish remaining, very good bores and wood fore stock with a slight crack to the left side of the stock at mid-point extending approx. 1-1/2”; second set of barrels also numbered 80045. Est.: $1,400-$2,800.
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\n Colt Single Action Army revolver .44-40  caliber, 5 ½” barrel, re-blued fin
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Colt Single Action Army revolver .44-40 caliber, 5 ½” barrel, re-blued fin
Item number: 16317263 | Colt Single Action Army revolver .44-40 caliber, 5 ½” barrel, re-blued finish, hard rubber grips, serial number 189173 made about 1899. This revolver shows about 95% to 98% of an old re-blued finish with good ColtFrontier Six Shooter visible on left side of barrel, good patent dates and barrel address. All matching visible serial numbers. The hammer has been changed to a postwar type and the action is good with bore slightly rough. The grips show wear and fit well and are probably the originals. The cylinder pin is also an oversize replacement and the front sight has been slimmed slightly. Most likely rebuilt for Western re-enactment shooting.Est.: $900-$1,800.
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\n German combination SxS exposed hammers  rifle/shotgun, 9.3 x 72 R caliber/
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German combination SxS exposed hammers rifle/shotgun, 9.3 x 72 R caliber/
Item number: 16317385 | German combination SxS exposed hammers rifle/shotgun, 9.3 x 72 R caliber/ 16 gauge, 27-1/2” barrels marked “G.L. Raush in Braunschweig” on top barrel flat, checkered deluxe wood stocks, checkered steel buttplate, horn barrel release lever and decorative rear trigger guard extension, #NVSN. This gun is in overall good to very good condition showing beautiful engraving to back action lockplates, hammers, receiverand trigger guard; with engraving showing 5 panel game scenes and gold inlaid “G. L. Raush” banners at the rear of each lockplate; brown patina to metal surfaces, good bores, crisp actions, front sling swivel missing;good wood stocks showing scattered wear to finish and some old mars and scratches from carry and storage; several slight losses to horn ornamentation. A high art combination rifle in the finest German tradition. Est.: $1,250-$2,500.
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\n Colt Woodsman pre-war .22 caliber  semi-automatic pistol with 6 ½” barrel,
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Colt Woodsman pre-war .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol with 6 ½” barrel,
Item number: 16317264 | Colt Woodsman pre-war .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol with 6 ½” barrel, blued finish, checkered wood grips, serial number 80200 in original cardboard box. The pistol retains 97% to 99% plus original bright bluewith some very minor beginning light age. The grips are fine to excellent and just slightly oil stained. The markings are sharp and the edges are crisp. The interior show some slight use and the bore is very bright.A two-tone Colt marked clip is retained. The box shows good end labels and is numbered 78692 and does not match. Made about 1931. . From the collection of Joe Kiser former president of Colt Collectors Association andone of the Western United States most renowned old-time collectors. Est.: $1000-$2000
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\n Winchester Model 1873 lever action rifle, .32  W.C.F. cal., 24” octagon bar
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Winchester Model 1873 lever action rifle, .32 W.C.F. cal., 24” octagon bar
Item number: 16317386 | Winchester Model 1873 lever action rifle, .32 W.C.F. cal., 24” octagon barrel, blue finish, wood stocks, #400643B. This gun is in overall good to very good condition showing a brown patina on metal surfaces with tracesof original blue in protected areas; fair bore, good action and markings; good wood with scattered old mars and scratches from carry and storage. Est.: $1,000-$2,000.
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\n Colt pre-war Woodsman .22 caliber  semi-automatic pistol with 6 ½” barrel,
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Colt pre-war Woodsman .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol with 6 ½” barrel,
Item number: 16317265 | Colt pre-war Woodsman .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol with 6 ½” barrel, blued finish, checkered wood grips, serial number 44737 made about 1925. This Woodsman remains in original fine to near excellent conditionwith about 96% to 99% original blue remaining with some slight losses on the back strap and muzzle with some minor scratches and just beginning normal age. The grips are near fine with some slight top edge wear to thecheckering and minor handling. The markings are sharp, the edges are crisp, the bore is bright and a full blue .22 Colt marked clip is included. . From the collection of Joe Kiser former president of Colt CollectorsAssociation and one of the Western United States most renowned old-time collectors. Est.: $1000-$2000
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\n Original oil painting on artist board signed  lower right LeBlanc. Lee LeBl
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Original oil painting on artist board signed lower right LeBlanc. Lee LeBl
Item number: 16317387 | Original oil painting on artist board signed lower right LeBlanc. Lee LeBlanc was one of Robert Petersen’s favorite wildlife artists and he published much of his work and collected it actively. Approximately 31 1/4”x 23 1/2”. Shows wood ducks in southern Cyprus tree’s. Est.: $1,000-$2,000.
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\n U.S. Model 1861 cavalry saber marked Tiffany  & Company, New York with iron
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U.S. Model 1861 cavalry saber marked Tiffany & Company, New York with iron
Item number: 16317266 | U.S. Model 1861 cavalry saber marked Tiffany & Company, New York with iron hilt and plated scabbard showing P.D .L. Stamp on reverse. The sword remains in very good plus to near fine original condition showing some lighterosion and pitting on the scabbard and some light cleaning on blade but just slight and normal wear. The grip is very good showing minor scuffs, normal aging and the markings are sharp and clear. Est.: $1,000- $2,000.
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\n Original bronze sculpture entitled “Charlie”  by Joe Beeler, numbered 99 of
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Original bronze sculpture entitled “Charlie” by Joe Beeler, numbered 99 of
Item number: 16317388 | Original bronze sculpture entitled “Charlie” by Joe Beeler, numbered 99 of 100 and measuring approximately 15” in height not including 2” base. This bronze portrays Charlie Dye who was a prominent Texas artistand C. A. founder along with his friend Joe Beeler. Joe Beeler recently passed away near his ranch in Sedona and died like a real cowboy with his boots on and in the saddle driving cattle. Est.: $1,250 -$2,500.
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\n U.S. Model 1860 Cav. Saber by Ames dated 1858  and the ricasso shows a thre
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U.S. Model 1860 Cav. Saber by Ames dated 1858 and the ricasso shows a thre
Item number: 16317267 | U.S. Model 1860 Cav. Saber by Ames dated 1858 and the ricasso shows a three line block letter stamped marking for Ames manufacture and the blade shows U.S. and inspections by J.H. over the date of 1858. This 1st order of the light cavalry saber was for only approximately 800 and they were inspected by J.H. Hannah who was an ordnance inspector only until 1859. The blade is slightly cleaned and is good with good markings andscabbard also has been cleaned. There is some minor pitting and erosion and the grip is good with all its wire wrap. The hilt shows a slightly polished and lacquered coating and there is a LRB stamped on the right side ofthe hilt. A scarce and desirable early light cavalry sword that pre-dates the Civil War. Est.: $1,000-$2,000.
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\n Full box with matching head stamps of .44  Henry flat rimfire cartridges by
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Full box with matching head stamps of .44 Henry flat rimfire cartridges by
Item number: 16317389 | Full box with matching head stamps of .44 Henry flat rimfire cartridges by Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Company with green label and red dot logo, showing 200 grain bullet, and marked model 1866. Exterior the box is good to very good with some tatters and small losses. Est.: $1,000-$2,000.
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\n Early 3rd model Brown Bess showing GR and  crowned at center of lock with t
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Early 3rd model Brown Bess showing GR and crowned at center of lock with t
Item number: 16317268 | Early 3rd model Brown Bess showing GR and crowned at center of lock with tower at rear of lock also lazy S shaped side plate with early type comb and molding around the tang. .69 caliber smoothbore in very good pluscondition showing a dark patina on barrel with some minor pitting and erosion around the firing areas of breech. The hammer and small parts are all original and the lock is well marked. The stock is also very good plus with a bulbous swell around the rear ramrod pipe (denotes early 3rd model) and just some small scratches, minor dings, dents and normal aging. There is a good inspection mark on the left side of the stock above thetrigger which shows a British type crown in and the initials IP or TP. There are also some smaller inspector marks that are not legible just behind the bottom trigger guard and on the belly of the stock. The musketretains its original swivels and a ramrod. Also shows good proofs on the left side of the breech. From the styling configuration we would date this Brown Bess at 1780 to the war of1812. Est. $1,000-$2,000.
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\n German Zimmerschutzen or parlor rifle for  indoor shooting .22 caliber, 27”
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German Zimmerschutzen or parlor rifle for indoor shooting .22 caliber, 27”
Item number: 16317269 | German Zimmerschutzen or parlor rifle for indoor shooting .22 caliber, 27” medium to heavy weight octagon barrel, 44 ½” overall, nicely scroll and game scene engraved with falling block type action, double settriggers, full iron sights, target stock in classic German target style. The barrel shows 70% to 80% original blue drifting to a brown patina with good sharp edges and the frame shows strong traces of case hardening goingto a silvery gray. The frame is beautifully engraved with a doe on left and stag on right. The stock is good to very good with some minor marks, dents, dings, scratches and etc. The actions and triggers work well andthe Bore is rifled only about halfway down the false barrel. The engraving alone would cost many thousands to reproduce. Est.: $1250-$2500
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\n Unusual and possibly unique Hopkins and Allen  XL Derringer in .41 caliber
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Unusual and possibly unique Hopkins and Allen XL Derringer in .41 caliber
Item number: 16317390 | Unusual and possibly unique Hopkins and Allen XL Derringer in .41 caliber rimfire showing extra-long 30 ¼” barrel. The bore is smooth and intended for shot. The barrel appears to been made originally to this length and shows no evidence of being sleeved. The extractor is broken and the front sight groove was filled with a brass plug probably at time of manufacture. The metal surfaces show a gray patina and the frame shows traces of silverthat has darkened. The grips are very good plus and the number is under the grips. A very interesting and odd American 19th century single shot pistol. Est.: $350-$700.
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\n Colt Model 1878 Double Action Frontier  revolver in .45 long colt caliber w
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Colt Model 1878 Double Action Frontier revolver in .45 long colt caliber w
Item number: 16317391 | Colt Model 1878 Double Action Frontier revolver in .45 long colt caliber with 7 ½” barrel, blue finish, hard rubber grips, serial number 49850. This revolver shows 50% to 70% thinning original blue finish that isdrifting and aging nicely. The front sight is its full original height and markings and barrel address are sharp. The action works well on double action but is not staying cocked on single action. The grips fitimpeccably and are in very good condition with just slight edge wear. The bore is good to very good and still bright. Est.: $1,000-$2,000
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\n Scissor type bullet mold marked number 11 and  W.D. for British war departm
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Scissor type bullet mold marked number 11 and W.D. for British war departm
Item number: 16317270 | Scissor type bullet mold marked number 11 and W.D. for British war department. This is a .75 caliber mold for a Brown Bess musket (11 balls to the pound). The mold is in good condition showing some light to moderatepitting with a good cavity. Est.: $150- $300.
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\n Winchester Model 1886 lever action rifle,  .50-110 cal., 26-1/4” octagon ba
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Winchester Model 1886 lever action rifle, .50-110 cal., 26-1/4” octagon ba
Item number: 16317392 | Winchester Model 1886 lever action rifle, .50-110 cal., 26-1/4” octagon barrel, blue and case hardened finish, wood stocks, #95465. This gun is in overall good condition as restored including re-barreled with a new commercial barrel and loading tube, fine bore, good action; receiver has been re-case hardened showing the majority of its case colors; wood stocks are good and have also been re-finished. Est.: $1,200-$2,400.
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\n Colt Shooting Master flat top target DA  revolver .38 cal., 6” barrel, adju
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Colt Shooting Master flat top target DA revolver .38 cal., 6” barrel, adju
Item number: 16317271 | Colt Shooting Master flat top target DA revolver .38 cal., 6” barrel, adjustable sights, blue finish, checkered wood medallion grips, #333377. This gun is in overall excellent condition showing approx. 99%original finish, fine bore, crisp action and markings, fine grips, little use or handling. Est.: $1,400-$2,800.
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\n Winchester Model 1876 lever action rifle, .45  cal., 28” round barrel, wood
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Winchester Model 1876 lever action rifle, .45 cal., 28” round barrel, wood
Item number: 16317393 | Winchester Model 1876 lever action rifle, .45 cal., 28” round barrel, wood stocks, #59303. This gun is in fair condition showing restorations including re-blued finish, good action, dark bore; receiver shows oldcleaning with scattered pitting and replaced screws; caliber marking is not visible on barrel at breech or marked on bottom of brass riser; wood is overall good as re-finished. Est.: $1,400-$2,800.
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\n Colt New Service DA revolver, .45 Colt cal.,  7-1/2” barrel, blue finish, c
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Colt New Service DA revolver, .45 Colt cal., 7-1/2” barrel, blue finish, c
Item number: 16317272 | Colt New Service DA revolver, .45 Colt cal., 7-1/2” barrel, blue finish, checkered hard rubber grips, lanyard ring, #58519. This gun is in overall excellent condition showing approx. 98% original high polish blue finishwith slight muzzle wear and slight freckling loss to finish on the mid-right side of the barrel, fine bore, crisp action, near fine grips, niter blue finish remaining on both sides of trigger and back of hammer; a really nice New Service. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.
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\n Early spoon-type loading tool with traces of  original gold paint for the .
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Early spoon-type loading tool with traces of original gold paint for the .
Item number: 16317394 | Early spoon-type loading tool with traces of original gold paint for the .45-70 cartridge (Winchester Model 1876) in overall good condition; hard-to-find in any condition. Est.: $350-$700.
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\n German Luger Model 1900 Commercial American  Eagle semi-auto pistol, 7.65mm
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German Luger Model 1900 Commercial American Eagle semi-auto pistol, 7.65mm
Item number: 16317273 | German Luger Model 1900 Commercial American Eagle semi-auto pistol, 7.65mm cal., 4-3/4” barrel, grips safety, blue finish, checkered wood grips, #13159. This gun is in overall very good condition showing considerable blue finish, good bore, action and markings, grips are good with some wear and compressions of checkering, wood base to magazine is unmarked and cracked at the rear; otherwise all matching visible numbers.Est.: $1,400-$2,800.
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\n Colt Model 1877 DA ejectorless revolver, .41  cal., 2-1/2” barrel, nickel f
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Colt Model 1877 DA ejectorless revolver, .41 cal., 2-1/2” barrel, nickel f
Item number: 16317395 | Colt Model 1877 DA ejectorless revolver, .41 cal., 2-1/2” barrel, nickel finish, fully and finely custom engraved, raised carved steer head pearl grips, #125977. This gun is beautifully engraved in the New York style of the late 1800’s with coverage on the frame, barrel, cylinder, trigger guard, backstrap and hammer; the action is good at time of description, the bore is fair and the grips are carved in the classic Western longhornsteer style with red inlaid eyes. From the Texas collection of Eddie Glover, Jr. Est.: $1,250-$2,500.
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\n Webley and  Scott 12 gauge double barrel  boxlock shotgun, showing 30
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Webley and Scott 12 gauge double barrel boxlock shotgun, showing 30" barr
Item number: 16317274 | Webley and Scott 12 gauge double barrel boxlock shotgun, showing 30" barrels, English style straight stock double triggers, auto ejectors, serial #91399. The barrels show nitro proofs for 1-1/8 oz. of shot andchambers are now 2-3/4". The barrels show a professional quality re-blued finish, the frame shows 50% original case hardening, the trigger guard and floor plate show matching blue to the barrel. Stocks are good to verygood, good checkering; a small repair to the forend and generally good wood with hard rubber butt plate which probably is the original. The stock measures 14-1/2" to the end of the wood, 14-7/8" to the end of thebutt plate. The gun is choked cylinder/cylinder. The bores are bright, the gun locks tight. Est.: $1,250-$2,500
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\n Colt Single Action Army revolver .41 caliber,  4 ¾” barrel, blue and case h
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Colt Single Action Army revolver .41 caliber, 4 ¾” barrel, blue and case h
Item number: 16317396 | Colt Single Action Army revolver .41 caliber, 4 ¾” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, hard rubber grips, serial number 272750. This colt shows 20%-40% original blue and case hardened finish drifting to a natural patinawith some very colorful areas. The markings are good and edges are fairly crisp. The grips fit impeccably and show some natural wear from being carried. The front sight is nearly at its full original height. Allmatching numbers with a good bore. Est.: $1,000-$2,000.
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\n Framed cabinet photo of 4 men, three with  Winchester rifles and one with a
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Framed cabinet photo of 4 men, three with Winchester rifles and one with a
Item number: 16317275 | Framed cabinet photo of 4 men, three with Winchester rifles and one with an exposed hammers SxS shotgun and a notarized letter indicating the man to the far right, wearing a badge is Rosco R. Carr, a Deputy Sheriff of Kittitas County Washington and also a Fire Chief in Elum Cte. Washington prior to 1938; the letter being signed by Leona J. Carr, his daughter-in-law; would be interesting to further research. Est.: $75-$150.
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\n Beautifully framed original Michael Coleman  oil painting on board of taken
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Beautifully framed original Michael Coleman oil painting on board of taken
Item number: 16317397 | Beautifully framed original Michael Coleman oil painting on board of taken duck, approx. 28” x 25” overall with image size approx. 19” x 15-1/2”; beautiful colors and detail. Michael Coleman is known for his wildlifepaintings and bronzes and has won many awards; he is displayed in many fine museums including the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyoming and has a wide following of private collectors. Est.: $5,000-$7,000.
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\n Parker GHE grade double barrel SXS 12 gauge  shotgun with 30
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Parker GHE grade double barrel SXS 12 gauge shotgun with 30" Damascus stee
Item number: 16317276 | Parker GHE grade double barrel SXS 12 gauge shotgun with 30" Damascus steel barrels, double triggers, serial #152756. The gun remains in good to very good original condition, showing 30-50% brown on barreldrifting to grayish patina, with most of the Damascus pattern showing lightly. The frame shows 10-20% case hardening within an even patina. The stocks are good with some scratches, mars, normal wear and use; a small repair to the forend and a small chip to the toe of the butt, but generally good overall. The hard rubber butt plate is retained and the stock is its full original length measuring 14-1/2" to the end of the buttplate. The action is good and the gun locks tight; the ejectors are working, the bores are good but slightly peppery. Est.: $1,250-$2,500
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\n Original antique oil painting on canvas  showing 19th- century Dragoon sold
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Original antique oil painting on canvas showing 19th- century Dragoon sold
Item number: 16317398 | Original antique oil painting on canvas showing 19th- century Dragoon soldier on his mount signed lower right in the script letters that we believe to read Kard. Neimke. The canvas shows some cracking and isslightly loose on stretcher and needs minor conservation and cleaning. In period frame. Image measures 36 3/8” x 29”. Est.: $1,000 -$3,000.
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\n Colt Model 1908 semi-auto pistol, .380 cal.,  3-3/4” barrel, nickel finish,
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Colt Model 1908 semi-auto pistol, .380 cal., 3-3/4” barrel, nickel finish,
Item number: 16317277 | Colt Model 1908 semi-auto pistol, .380 cal., 3-3/4” barrel, nickel finish, checkered wood medallion grips, #79764 with factory letter confirming caliber, barrel length, finish, stocks “Not Listed”, sold to Standard SalesCo., shipped to Simmons Hardware Co., St. Louis, MO. on November 2, 1923, 25 guns in shipment. This Colt is in overall fine to excellent condition showing approx. 97% original finish with just slight bubbling and loss of finish around the edge of the right grip, fine bore, crisp action, sharp markings and fine grips; correct magazine. Est.: $1,250-$2,500.
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\n Colt BOA Model DA revolver, .357 Magnum cal.,  6” ventilated rib barrel, bl
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Colt BOA Model DA revolver, .357 Magnum cal., 6” ventilated rib barrel, bl
Item number: 16317399 | Colt BOA Model DA revolver, .357 Magnum cal., 6” ventilated rib barrel, blue finish, checkered wood medallion grips, #BOA0384. This gun is in like new condition showing little handling with factory wood grainedcardboard box with insert, instructions and end label numbered to this gun. The Boa is a deluxe version of the Trooper MK V with high polish blue as found on the Python revolver; only 1,200 were manufactured by Colt in 1985and the entire production was purchased by Lew Horton Distributing Co. of Southboro, MA. From the Texas collection of Eddie Glover, Jr. Est.: $1,000-$2,000.
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\n European made .36 caliber percussion Navy  sized revolver marked Colt breve
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European made .36 caliber percussion Navy sized revolver marked Colt breve
Item number: 16317278 | European made .36 caliber percussion Navy sized revolver marked Colt brevet on barrel nicely engraved with ornate carved wood grip, serial number 13406 with large 18 over serial number possibly denoting series. Thecylinder shows Elg (Belgian) and crown over U proofs. The barrel shows 80% to 90% original bright blue with some scattered light erosion and pinprick pitting mostly at the edges. The frame shows 80% to 90% casehardening drifting to the silvery gray with some faint evidence of rainbow colors. There are 3 small tap holes drilled on left side of the frame which may have been for a belt hook. The action is crisp and the safety pins are retained. The interior is bright and shiny near excellent. A well ornamented and crisp 19th-century revolver. Est.: $1,000-$2,000.
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\n Interesting European double action revolver  of trademarked Excelsior and m
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Interesting European double action revolver of trademarked Excelsior and m
Item number: 16317279 | Interesting European double action revolver of trademarked Excelsior and manufactured by S.J. & D in 9 mm center fire, double action with 6 shot cylinder, 11” overall with 6” octagon barrel. The left side of the frame is marked in a cartouche S. J & D. The bottom of the barrel is marked 5374 and the grips shows an Excelsior trademark on one side and SJ & D manufactures initials on the right. The left side of the revolver hinges away toexpose the action and the quality of machining is excellent. The metal retains 90% to 95% original nickel with some small losses and areas where the nickel is lost are just starting some light erosion andpinprick pitting. The grips are very good plus with some slight edge wear and the action works but not perfectly. The markings are sharp and the edges are crisp. This fine and rare European revolver is not often seen. Est.: $900-$1800.
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\n Basketweave leather single loop holster for a  Colt SAA revolver marked on
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Basketweave leather single loop holster for a Colt SAA revolver marked on
Item number: 16317280 | Basketweave leather single loop holster for a Colt SAA revolver marked on reverse “S.A. Wade, MAKER, Rosenberg, Tex.” in overall very good condition, desirable maker, the type used by Texas Rangers. Est.: $200-$400.
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\n Mitrailleuse Palm Squeezer pistol in .32  extra short rimfire caliber showi
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Mitrailleuse Palm Squeezer pistol in .32 extra short rimfire caliber showi
Item number: 16317281 | Mitrailleuse Palm Squeezer pistol in .32 extra short rimfire caliber showing factory geometric engraving, nickel plated with purse holster, serial number 633. This Palm Squeezer shows 85% to 95% original nickelwith some minor flaking and peeling and areas where the nickel is lost have gone to a dark patina with some beginning erosion and pinprick pitting. The nickel is completely un-cleaned and engraving sharp. The barrel as well marked and there is some case hardening on the actuating squeezer area. The squeezer shows an original grip in mottled red color and remains in fine condition. The action is working and the bore is very good. Thechamois leather purse holster has darkened but is in very good condition and original to the period. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.
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\n Colt Single Action Army revolver .38 special  caliber with 5 ½” barrel, blu
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Colt Single Action Army revolver .38 special caliber with 5 ½” barrel, blu
Item number: 16317282 | Colt Single Action Army revolver .38 special caliber with 5 ½” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, stag grips, serial number 325440. Factory letter indicates originally shipped as .32-20 caliber with a 4 ½” barreland blue finish, sold to Biddle P. Company shipped to Anaconda Copper Mine Company, Butte, Montana, October 12, 1910, 3 guns in shipment. This Colt revolver was returned to the factory shortly after World War II andshows the side barrel address and postwar cylinder. Approximately 90% to 95% of what appears to be a factory refinish is retained and the hammer is also post war style. The markings are good, the action is good, andthe bore is fine to excellent. The frame, trigger guard, and back strap numbers are all matching. A classic Western-style holster with nickel plated brass studs is also included. Seldom are single actions foundwith Montana mining history documented by factory letter. Est.: $1,000-$2,000.
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\n Smith & Wesson “New Departure” or lemon  squeezer 38 cal DA revolver, nicke
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Smith & Wesson “New Departure” or lemon squeezer 38 cal DA revolver, nicke
Item number: 16317283 | Smith & Wesson “New Departure” or lemon squeezer 38 cal DA revolver, nickel plated, pearl grips in fine to excellent original cond. Serial #136575. The revolver shows 95-98% plus original nickel, some justbeginning normal age and slight loss. There is a tiny amount of pinprick spotting. The grips are fine to excellent. The trigger guard shows 95% plus original blue as does the latch. The trigger shows 80-90% colorful case hardening. The action tight, the bore bright but needs cleaning. A 9.5 on 1-10 scale. Est.;$1,000-$2,000.
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\n Colt New Frontier Single Action revolver 45  long Colt caliber, 7-1/2” barr
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Colt New Frontier Single Action revolver 45 long Colt caliber, 7-1/2” barr
Item number: 16317285 | Colt New Frontier Single Action revolver 45 long Colt caliber, 7-1/2” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, medallion wood grips, serial #02494NF. The pistol remains in fine to excellent condition 98-99% original blue,some slight use, minor scratches on grips but generally fine to excellent overall and near mint. Est.;$1,100-$2,200.
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\n Winchester Model 1892 SRC, .25-20 cal., 20”  round barrel, blue finish, woo
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Winchester Model 1892 SRC, .25-20 cal., 20” round barrel, blue finish, woo
Item number: 16317286 | Winchester Model 1892 SRC, .25-20 cal., 20” round barrel, blue finish, wood stocks, #764006. This gun is in overall fair to good condition showing an old cleaning to metal surfaces, good bore and markings, good wood;action is partially working but needs adjustment as cartridge ramp feeder does not elevate to chamber round. Est.: $400-$800.
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\n Lot of 2 older beaded Indian strike-a-light  small bags including one appro
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Lot of 2 older beaded Indian strike-a-light small bags including one appro
Item number: 16317287 | Lot of 2 older beaded Indian strike-a-light small bags including one approx. 3-1/2” X 2-1/4” with a flap cover and multi-color seed beads in overall good condition; another approx. 5” x 2-3/4” with seed beads on bothsides in red, white and blue lazy stitch; some separation of stitching on one side of bag. Est.: $250-$500.
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\n Winchester Model 1885 single shot rifle, .32  Extra Long cal., 28” octagon
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Winchester Model 1885 single shot rifle, .32 Extra Long cal., 28” octagon
Item number: 16317288 | Winchester Model 1885 single shot rifle, .32 Extra Long cal., 28” octagon barrel, blue and case hardened finish, wood stocks, #73934. This gun is in overall very good to fine condition showing the majority of its bluefinish on the barrel with the receiver gone to a silvery tone and brown patina, fine bore, crisp action, set trigger working at time of description, sharp markings, very good wood with some scattered mars andscratches to butt stock from handling and storage. With 2 boxes Rem UMC primed cases. Est.: $1,200-$2,400.
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\n Finely handcrafted Italian 12 gauge double  barrel shotgun by Zoli & Rizzin
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Finely handcrafted Italian 12 gauge double barrel shotgun by Zoli & Rizzin
Item number: 16317289 | Finely handcrafted Italian 12 gauge double barrel shotgun by Zoli & Rizzini showing 28" barrels 45-1/2" overall, low rise hand filed rib, single trigger, auto ejector, English style straight stock, checkered butt, serial#6391. The action is a box lock type and shows fine scroll engraving with chiseled rear of frame and pierced lever. The gun is stocked in a light colored European walnut and finely checkered. The gun is in finecondition showing 98-99% plus original blue and case hardening and very little if any use. The stock measures 14-1/2" to the end of the pull and is showing approx 1-1/2" drop at the comb to 2-1/4" drop at the heel withno cast. A fine and expensive shotgun showing master craftsmanship not to be confused with cheaper cousins by Zoli. Robert E. Petersen collection. Est.; $2,000-$4,000.
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\n Interesting French style flintlock carbine  with removable butt stock circa
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Interesting French style flintlock carbine with removable butt stock circa
Item number: 16317290 | Interesting French style flintlock carbine with removable butt stock circa about 1790- 1810. The carbine measures 28” overall with a 14” barrel of approximately .67 caliber smoothbore. There is a later inscription onthe lock which is scratched in and maybe an owner rather than maker. The metal surfaces show a gray to brown patina finish and light to moderate scattered erosion and pitting. The top jaw and screw are missing and thefrizzen shows an old relining from use. The wood is good and fairly sharp checkering with a couple of chips and losses behind the lock but generally good overall. A nice figure is carved at the bottom of the grip. Theremovable stock is secured by a key and released by a latch. This little gun has seen some wear and use but is untouched and as found out of the attic condition and would restore nicely. Est.: $1,100-$2,200.
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\n Early spoon-type loading tool with  considerable original gold paint for th
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Early spoon-type loading tool with considerable original gold paint for th
Item number: 16317291 | Early spoon-type loading tool with considerable original gold paint for the .45-75 W.C.F. cartridge (Winchester Model 1876), uncleaned and in overall good condition; hard-to-find in any condition.Est.: $750-$1,500.
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\n Colt Model 1861 Navy revolver, .36 caliber  percussion, U.S. military inspe
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Colt Model 1861 Navy revolver, .36 caliber percussion, U.S. military inspe
Item number: 16317292 | Colt Model 1861 Navy revolver, .36 caliber percussion, U.S. military inspected and cartouched, serial number 5156. The revolver shows a gray to brown patina finish with some scattered light to moderate erosion andpinprick pitting and some slightly heavier areas of pitting at the breech and at the end of the barrel and muzzle but nothing serious. The barrel address is light but visible and the patent dates on the frame are good. The cylinder shows 20% to 40% light original cylinder scene. This revolver shows a B&S inspectors stamps and the left side of the grip shows a cartouche that is about 50% visible. The grips are good with some minordings, chips and small losses and just normal wear and aging. All matching visible serial numbers and the front sight has been altered slightly during period of use. There has been some light cleaning long ago. In a serialnumber range that was most likely will shipped to the U.S. naval yard. Est.: $1,250-$2,500.
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\n Original Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show and  Sells-Floto circus advertising
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Original Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show and Sells-Floto circus advertising
Item number: 16317293 | Original Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show and Sells-Floto circus advertising poster measuring approximately 41” x 27” marked Erie litho and Etc in right corner. The image is in very good plus to near fine originalcondition showing just some minor fading and folding. This dramatic and large poster was near the end of the great Bill’s epic career after he had gone bankrupt and was attempting a comeback. Buffalo Bill had been thehighest paid and most well-known performer in the world however he had lavish spending habits including a Pullman railroad car that cost him $200,000 shortly after the turn-of-the-century which would equate to$50,000,000 in today’s dollar value. He kept a suite at the Waldorf Astoria New York which cost him $10,000 a month and his personal expenses were running $50,000 a month, (When a good job paid $20 a month) shortly afterthe turn-of-the-century. These were unheard of figures at that time. After his bankruptcy he made an attempt to revive the show with the help of a circus background and atmosphere but his show had run its course
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\n Original order of Stanislaus medal, second  class, in gold by Juiles Keibel
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Original order of Stanislaus medal, second class, in gold by Juiles Keibel
Item number: 16317294 | Original order of Stanislaus medal, second class, in gold by Juiles Keibel circa about 1860’s to 70’s similar to medal awarded to Buffalo Bill Cody and worn by him at important occasions after befriending theRussians Czar during his epic American hunting trip in the West. This medal remains in near fine condition with bright red enameling and showing imperial eagles. There is just a hint of wear and aging. The medalshows good clear gold and Russian makers mark. Absolutely authentic. The estate of Mel Kessen. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.
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\n Original polychrome bronze signed Harry  Jackson dated 1979 entitled “The M
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Original polychrome bronze signed Harry Jackson dated 1979 entitled “The M
Item number: 16317295 | Original polychrome bronze signed Harry Jackson dated 1979 entitled “The Marshall II” portraying John Wayne in character as Rooster Cogburn in a full gallop holding a Winchester rifle and armed with Colt SingleAction. Harry Jackson of Cody, WY was probably the most sought after of all western sculptors. Since his recent passing his bronzes have been hot on the auction block. This bronze is marked 26P in the edition andshows fingerprint and stamp which are the trademark characteristics of Harry Jackson. The sculpture measures approximately 17 ½” in height. The estate of Robert E. Petersen. Est.: $6,000-$12,000 .
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\n Original polychrome or cold painted bronze of  African bull elephant signed
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Original polychrome or cold painted bronze of African bull elephant signed
Item number: 16317296 | Original polychrome or cold painted bronze of African bull elephant signed on belly Doug Van Howd and numbered one of only four. Measures approximately 10 ½” in height by 12” across stone base which is approx. ½” thick. Doug Van Howd is a very well-recognized Western sculptor and artist whose work is in many prominent institutions, public buildings and premier collections. Mr. Robert Petersen actively collected his artwork and tried toobtain every serial number 1 he could possibly buy. This was his white elephant. From the estate of Robert Petersen. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.
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\n Colt SAA revolver, .32 W.C.F. cal., 7-1/2”  barrel, blue and case hardened
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Colt SAA revolver, .32 W.C.F. cal., 7-1/2” barrel, blue and case hardened
Item number: 16317297 | Colt SAA revolver, .32 W.C.F. cal., 7-1/2” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, checkered black hard rubber grips, #201156. This gun is in overall very good to near fine condition showing approx. 60% original blueon the barrel assembly and cylinder with approx. 70% original case colors on the frame and hammer; very good bore, crisp action and markings, good grips showing even wear; all matching visible serial numbers. Est.:$2,250-$4,500.
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\n Authentic early British flintlock carbine or  musketoon, .68 caliber, 20” b
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Authentic early British flintlock carbine or musketoon, .68 caliber, 20” b
Item number: 16317298 | Authentic early British flintlock carbine or musketoon, .68 caliber, 20” barrel, wood stock with flared iron ramrod, brass trigger guard, butt plate, fore end cap and ramrod ferrules in overall uncleaned very goodcondition showing a brown patina to metal surfaces, good action, dark bore, good wood stock with scattered old mars, scratches and some chips losses around top barrel tang; proof marks on top of barrel at breech, “R5 E 43” engraved on the trigger guard; saddle ring and bar retained on left side of stock. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.
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\n Savage Model 1895 lever action rifle, .303  cal., 26” round barrel, blue fi
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Savage Model 1895 lever action rifle, .303 cal., 26” round barrel, blue fi
Item number: 16317299 | Savage Model 1895 lever action rifle, .303 cal., 26” round barrel, blue finish, wood stocks, #5661. This gun is in overall good condition showing a plum brown patina on metal surfaces, good bore, action and woodstocks with some slight edge losses around the tang and lever areas of the receiver; case counter on the left side of receiver and hole in the breech bolt indicating “S” or “C”; approx. 8,000 manufactured between 1895and 1899. Est.: $300-$600.
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Item number: 16388064 | NO LOT
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\n Franz Merkel Zella Mehlis addressed O/U  combination rifle/shotgun showing
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Franz Merkel Zella Mehlis addressed O/U combination rifle/shotgun showing
Item number: 16317700 | Franz Merkel Zella Mehlis addressed O/U combination rifle/shotgun showing U.A./Z markings with eagle over “N” proofs., serial #7650. The barrels measure 24-1/2” and the top barrel is 16 gauge extra full over 8 x 57 R. The frame is nicely engraved with scrolls and game scenes and the barrels show mounts for claw type scope. The rifle barrel shows a set trigger and the frame shows cocking indicators. The stock has beenbroken in transport and needs repair. Quality walnut with a cheek piece and measures14-1/4” to the end of the horn butt plate. The barrels retain 90-95% original blue and frame shows about 50% light grayoriginal colors. There is some beginning rust. The trigger guard shows 85% blue, the gun locks tight and the bores are very good plus and may clean to excellent. The fore end is very good with sharp checkering but thebutt stock is badly damaged and needs restoration. The stock has pulled away from the frame and has cracked from poor and careless shipping. (Don’t believe the advertising). From the Robert E. Petersen
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\n Rare and original adjustable peep sight for  Smith & Wesson Model 320 revol
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Rare and original adjustable peep sight for Smith & Wesson Model 320 revol
Item number: 16317701 | Rare and original adjustable peep sight for Smith & Wesson Model 320 revolving rifle expertly restored. Estimate $500-$1,000.
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\n Cooper DA percussion revolver, .31 cal., 4”  octagon barrel, blue and case
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Cooper DA percussion revolver, .31 cal., 4” octagon barrel, blue and case
Item number: 16317702 | Cooper DA percussion revolver, .31 cal., 4” octagon barrel, blue and case hardened finish, wood grips, #6228. This gun is in overall very good to near fine condition showing approx. 40% original blue finish onthe barrel, approx. 60% original case colors on the frame and loading lever, crisp action and markings, very good bore, good grips. Est.: $600-$1,200.
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\n Remington New Model 1858 percussion revolver,  .44 cal., 8” octagon barrel,
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Remington New Model 1858 percussion revolver, .44 cal., 8” octagon barrel,
Item number: 16317703 | Remington New Model 1858 percussion revolver, .44 cal., 8” octagon barrel, re-nickeled finish, nicely hand engraved in scroll pattern with stippled background, engraving having been accomplished in our opinion circa WW II, beautiful raised carved pearl grips with eagles on both sides, #94429. This gun is in overall very good condition showing engraving in the style of the mid-1800’s, majority of its older re-finish, crispaction, good bore, fair to good markings. The grips on this gun are truly outstanding showing skillful carving and lovely iridescent coloring, they are in overall very good condition with a slight corner loss onthe back corner of the left grip. From the Texas collection of Eddie Glover, Jr. Est.: $600-$1,200.
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\n Presentation Smith & Wesson Model 586 DA  revolver in wood and glass displa
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Presentation Smith & Wesson Model 586 DA revolver in wood and glass displa
Item number: 16317704 | Presentation Smith & Wesson Model 586 DA revolver in wood and glass display case, .357 Magnum cal., 4” barrel, blue finish, checkered combat wood medallion grips, 1 of 85 produced for the Santa Fe Railway Police,#AUN4682. This gun is in like new condition showing little handling; just a slight cylinder drag line; left side of frame ornamented in gold “Special Agent”; right side of frame ornamented in gold with badgeinsignia of A.T. & S. F. RY. Co. Police and “1 of 85”; right side of barrel gold ornamented “Santa Fe Railway Police” and “1873 – 1986”. The display case is in fine condition and the glass is etched with theS.F. RY Police badge and commemorative years. The only one of this very limited edition law enforcement commemoratives this cataloger has ever seen. From the Texas collection of Eddie Glover, Jr. Est.: $600-$1,200.
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\n Original oil painting on artist board signed  lower left Ernest Burke and e
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Original oil painting on artist board signed lower left Ernest Burke and e
Item number: 16317705 | Original oil painting on artist board signed lower left Ernest Burke and entitled “Evening Serenade” dated 1961. Original Petersen gallery sticker still on back and from the estate of Robert Petersen. Ernest Burke was a popular Western artist in the early 1960s and was fairly well known for his bronzes. This painting is very amusing and humorous in his composition and is quite well done. Estimate $1,000-$2,000 .
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\n Older restrike of Frederic Remington’s bronze  showing Indian signaling wit
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Older restrike of Frederic Remington’s bronze showing Indian signaling wit
Item number: 16317706 | Older restrike of Frederic Remington’s bronze showing Indian signaling with hide. The bronze measures approx. 54-1/2” in ht. and is very good quality. Acquired by Robert Petersen thirty years ago or more. From theRobert Petersen Estate. Est.; $900-1,800
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\n Large wood crate of authentic gold rush-era  brass scale weights, originall
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Large wood crate of authentic gold rush-era brass scale weights, originall
Item number: 16317707 | Large wood crate of authentic gold rush-era brass scale weights, originally descended thru a family from a dredging mine near Smartsville, Yuba County, California; the wood box is approx. 14” x 11” x 8” showingwear and losses to the lower right rear corner of the base; weights range in size from a 150 oz. weight to a ½ oz. weight with a number of the weights being marked with maker names like C. Stagg, J.L. Brown andAubury; also dates 1856, 1857, 1858, 1859, & 1860. The interior wooden block holder for the weights is lined in red material; 3 weights appear to have been cleaned at one time but the remaining 16 weights show aheavy dark patina. A hard-to-find early California mining collectible. Est.: $2,000-$3,000.
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\n Great little lot of 2 authentic Will & Finck,  S.F. Cal-marked items includ
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Great little lot of 2 authentic Will & Finck, S.F. Cal-marked items includ
Item number: 16317708 | Great little lot of 2 authentic Will & Finck, S.F. Cal-marked items including a curved blade skinning knife approx. 9” overall with a 4” blade and well-worn two-pin stag grip and a small blade with wood “bulb” gripapprox. 5” overall with a 2” spear-type blade in overall good condition. Est.: $400-$800.
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\n Leather single loop basketweave holster for a  Colt SAA revolver marked “L
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Leather single loop basketweave holster for a Colt SAA revolver marked “L
Item number: 16317710 | Leather single loop basketweave holster for a Colt SAA revolver marked “L Varga, MAKER, Richmond, Tex.” in overall fair + to good condition, chamois lined with wear creases at the four corners of the “loop”; a desirablemaker for collectors. Est.: $750-$1,500.
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\n Unusual fancy tooled leather semi-clam shell  SAA holster with “ST” stamp a
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Unusual fancy tooled leather semi-clam shell SAA holster with “ST” stamp a
Item number: 16317711 | Unusual fancy tooled leather semi-clam shell SAA holster with “ST” stamp and “Patented June 1880” on reverse; belt loop also marked “C 45”; holster is in overall very good condition. Est.: $750-$1,500.
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\n Ideal Patent metal and leather shoulder stock  for Colt DA revolver with pl
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Ideal Patent metal and leather shoulder stock for Colt DA revolver with pl
Item number: 16317712 | Ideal Patent metal and leather shoulder stock for Colt DA revolver with plates and spacers in near excellent condition showing the majority of its original blue finish on metal surfaces and belt clip Est.: $600-$1,200.
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\n Colt New Line .30 caliber revolver with  scarce factory 2” barrel and origi
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Colt New Line .30 caliber revolver with scarce factory 2” barrel and origi
Item number: 16317602 | Colt New Line .30 caliber revolver with scarce factory 2” barrel and original ivory grips, serial number 4836. The revolver remains in very good original condition with strong traces of blue and case hardenedfinish which we would estimate at 10% to 20%. The etched panel is visible but light on left side of barrel. The barrel shows a miniaturized two line address. The ivory grips fit impeccably and have a great patinabut show a couple of minor cracks. The original cylinder pin is knurled. The action is good and generally good condition overall. Factory short barrels are very scarce in the New Line series. Est.: $400-$800
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\n Shattuck (unique) .22 caliber palm squeezer  showing traces of blue finish
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Shattuck (unique) .22 caliber palm squeezer showing traces of blue finish
Item number: 16317603 | Shattuck (unique) .22 caliber palm squeezer showing traces of blue finish missing at grip scales and some interior parts. A restoration project now ruined by French customs who could not figure it out. Est.:$400-$800.
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\n Colt Police Positive special in .32-20  caliber with 4” barrel, blue finish
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Colt Police Positive special in .32-20 caliber with 4” barrel, blue finish
Item number: 16317604 | Colt Police Positive special in .32-20 caliber with 4” barrel, blue finish, hard rubber grips, serial number 103912. This Colt remains in original fair to good condition, showing a gray to brown patina finish, somepitting and light erosion. The grips are worn with a chip missing from right heel. The bore is rough and the action hesitates. Est.: $200-$400
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\n German military style short sword circa  approximately 1880 with original s
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German military style short sword circa approximately 1880 with original s
Item number: 16317605 | German military style short sword circa approximately 1880 with original scabbard and showing regimental markings. The hilt shows number 106. R. 12. 119. The blade shows FR and crown and helmet on ricasso which is aWeyersburg makers marking. The hilt also shows a good German type proof. The condition is good to very good with some minor pitting on the blade and nice patina to the brass. The scabbard shows some cracking and normalaging with some slight losses and a few areas of damage to the leather but sound and the throat shows a uncleaned patina matching to the hilt and tip. The sword measures 25” overall with 19 ½” blade that is nearly 2 ½to a quarter inches wide at widest point. Est.: $200-$400.
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\n Marlin Golden Model 39-A lever action rifle,  .22 short, long and long rifl
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Marlin Golden Model 39-A lever action rifle, .22 short, long and long rifl
Item number: 16317606 | Marlin Golden Model 39-A lever action rifle, .22 short, long and long rifle cal., 24” round barrel, blue finish, wood stocks, #U 2180. This gun is in overall very good to fine condition showing the majority of itsoriginal blue finish, very good bore, crisp action and markings, very good to fine wood stocks with sling swivels; scope rail mount on top of receiver. Est.: $200-$400.
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\n U.S. Field and Staff Officer’s sword and  metal scabbard by H.V. Allen & Co
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U.S. Field and Staff Officer’s sword and metal scabbard by H.V. Allen & Co
Item number: 16317607 | U.S. Field and Staff Officer’s sword and metal scabbard by H.V. Allen & Co. N.Y. in overall uncleaned good condition showing a good etched blade, wire wrapped rayskin grip and brass guard and pommel; scabbard is brass mounted with nickel finish. Est.: $150-$300.
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\n U.S. Springfield Trapdoor rifle, .45-70 cal.,  30” barrel with VP over eagl
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U.S. Springfield Trapdoor rifle, .45-70 cal., 30” barrel with VP over eagl
Item number: 16317608 | U.S. Springfield Trapdoor rifle, .45-70 cal., 30” barrel with VP over eagle head proof on left side of barrel at breech, blue finish, wood stock, sling swivels, missing cleaning rod, #218920. This gun is in overall goodcondition showing an uncleaned dark patina on metal surfaces, fair bore that may clean to good, crisp action, good markings and overall good wood stock with no visible circle P proof or inspector’s cartouche. Est.:$175-$350.
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\n Framed color UMC advertiser, approx. 24” x  11” for U.M.C. Arrow 12 gauge l
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Framed color UMC advertiser, approx. 24” x 11” for U.M.C. Arrow 12 gauge l
Item number: 16317609 | Framed color UMC advertiser, approx. 24” x 11” for U.M.C. Arrow 12 gauge loaded paper shells with the admonishment “Insist Upon U.M.C. Shells”, in overall good condition; a great decorator for over the reloading bench. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Ambro type of what appears to be a U.S.  Dragoon solider in uniform with Co
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Ambro type of what appears to be a U.S. Dragoon solider in uniform with Co
Item number: 16317610 | Ambro type of what appears to be a U.S. Dragoon solider in uniform with Colt Dragoon stuck in his belt. Measures approximately 2 ½ ” x 2” image size. In good to very good condition with some normal aging and theembossed leather case is also very good with just some slight wear at its edges and a good hinge. Est.: $300-$600
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\n Brick of unopened Kynoch .450/400 3 1/4”  cased Nitro express cartridges in
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Brick of unopened Kynoch .450/400 3 1/4” cased Nitro express cartridges in
Item number: 16317611 | Brick of unopened Kynoch .450/400 3 1/4” cased Nitro express cartridges in their original boxes with solid 400 grain bullets. The paper label and covering are very good plus to near fine with some slight tattersand red and yellow boxes can be seen through the ripped corners. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Naval ships apothecary and surgery set for  ships hospital in massive brass
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Naval ships apothecary and surgery set for ships hospital in massive brass
Item number: 16317612 | Naval ships apothecary and surgery set for ships hospital in massive brass mounted wood case filled with dispensary medicine bottles, surgical tools and medical items that would be necessary for a 19th century to early 20th-century ship’s Dr. to run a military hospital. This set was one of 3 found in Peru that had been in the Peruvian Navy and purchased in Europe by that country approx.. 100 years ago. The condition is good but some bottles are broken and is not quite complete. We sold this set for over $8,000 a few years ago but it broke recently in shipment and some small pieces were lost. Now reconsigned. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.
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\n National .41 caliber rimfire Derringer in  good original condition, serial
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National .41 caliber rimfire Derringer in good original condition, serial
Item number: 16317613 | National .41 caliber rimfire Derringer in good original condition, serial number 7215. The Derringer shows a gray patina finish with some slight pitting and erosion. The barrel address is good and engraving is fairly welldefined. The grips are good to very good and showing excellent fit. The sheet-metal ejector is missing and the hammer is not staying on full cock. Est.: $400-$800
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\n Lot consisting of old unmarked pair of cowboy  cuffs in good used condition
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Lot consisting of old unmarked pair of cowboy cuffs in good used condition
Item number: 16317614 | Lot consisting of old unmarked pair of cowboy cuffs in good used condition, pair of antique spurs with brass inlay and original leathers and chains showing only R marking on one spur, the condition is good to verygood. Along with a pair of Crockett marked spurs with old leathers scratched engraved “Betty” and showing nickel silver heart and diamond on each outside spur, condition fair to good. Est.: $300-$600
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\n Pair of antique leg irons with key probably  by Tower showing last patent d
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Pair of antique leg irons with key probably by Tower showing last patent d
Item number: 16317615 | Pair of antique leg irons with key probably by Tower showing last patent dated 1882 and 1883, serial numbered 1539 and marked Yuma Territorial Prison which appears to be a genuine old marking. Est.: $250-$500.
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\n Lot of two old 19th century era handcuffs and  one pair of leg irons. All t
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Lot of two old 19th century era handcuffs and one pair of leg irons. All t
Item number: 16317616 | Lot of two old 19th century era handcuffs and one pair of leg irons. All three are unmarked. Show rust and normal aging. Fair to good condition. All are original. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Lot of two antique knives as described.  Number one is an extra-large Marbl
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Lot of two antique knives as described. Number one is an extra-large Marbl
Item number: 16317617 | Lot of two antique knives as described. Number one is an extra-large Marbles Bowie knife with 10 1/8” semi- clip point blade and 14 and nearly three-quarter inches over all. The blade shows some pitting, slightsharpening and slight reduction to the edge. The grip is good with a horn pommel showing just normal wear. The second knife is stamped RFINHARDT over BAL . The blade measures 7 ¼” and the knife is nearly 12 inches over all.The grip is grooved horn and the guard and ferrel are German silver or nickel silver. The blade is in good condition showing some sharpening and light cleaning. The grip shows a couple of large cracks in the horn. Est.:$300-$600
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\n Lot of three antique knives. The first is a  semi clip point Bowie knife wi
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Lot of three antique knives. The first is a semi clip point Bowie knife wi
Item number: 16317618 | Lot of three antique knives. The first is a semi clip point Bowie knife with stag grip marked but illegible, and the blade is somewhat pitted. German silver mounts and the stock marking 68 on reverse of ricasso. Thesecond knife shows a spear point blade stamped R. York, Sheffield with ivory grip and German silver guard with Sterling ferrel. The blade has been heavily polished. The knife measures 10 ½ inches over all with 6 ¼inch blade. The third knife is a small spear point Dirk with pearl grip marked NON-XL L, Joseph Allen, Sheffield, England with a 4 ½ inch blade and 8 inches over all. In very good original condition. Est.: $350-$700
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\n Smith & Wesson Model SW9VE DA semi-auto  pistol, 9mm cal., 4” barrel, stain
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Smith & Wesson Model SW9VE DA semi-auto pistol, 9mm cal., 4” barrel, stain
Item number: 16317619 | Smith & Wesson Model SW9VE DA semi-auto pistol, 9mm cal., 4” barrel, stainless steel barrel and slide, polymer frame, #PBD8772. This gun is in overall fine condition with a fine bore, crisp action and sharp markings.Est.: $250-$350.
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\n Smith & Wesson spur trigger top break  revolver, .32 cal., barrel cut down
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Smith & Wesson spur trigger top break revolver, .32 cal., barrel cut down
Item number: 16317620 | Smith & Wesson spur trigger top break revolver, .32 cal., barrel cut down to 1-1/4”, re-nickeled finish, faux ivory grips, #64038. This gun is in overall good condition as re-furbished showing themajority of an old re-nickel, fair bore, good action, good replacement grips. Est.: $250-$500.
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\n Old brass cannon with old wood carriage,  approx. 36” overall with an appro
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Old brass cannon with old wood carriage, approx. 36” overall with an appro
Item number: 16317500 | Old brass cannon with old wood carriage, approx. 36” overall with an approx. 26” barrel, 2-1/2” diameter bore with pleasing patina to metal, muzzle stamped several places “680” with the 0 overstamped with a“1” and in two locations, “NYG Co”; wood carriage and wood wheels in overall good condition. Est.: $1,000-$3,000.
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\n Pair of old leather saddle holsters for  flintlock or percussion pistols in
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Pair of old leather saddle holsters for flintlock or percussion pistols in
Item number: 16317621 | Pair of old leather saddle holsters for flintlock or percussion pistols in untouched out-of-the-attic condition with large leather back skirts, matching simple design work on the fronts of each holster; scattered agediscoloration, some scuffing and fraying of stitching; would benefit from a careful cleaning and some TLC; from an old collection. Est.: $200-$400.
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\n Rogers & Spencer percussion single action  revolver, 7-1/2
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Rogers & Spencer percussion single action revolver, 7-1/2" octagon barrel
Item number: 16317501 | Rogers & Spencer percussion single action revolver, 7-1/2" octagon barrel, blue and case hardened finish, wood grips, #4312. This gun is in overall good condition showing an old cleaning to metal surfaces, all matchingvisible serial numbers, good bore, action working but needs adjustment; wood grips are overall good with some scattered mars and scratches, slight trace of cartouche on left grip, inspector initial "B" on major parts.Est.: $800-$1,600.
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\n Pair of Colt Match Target Woodsman grips in  Roper style with medallions an
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Pair of Colt Match Target Woodsman grips in Roper style with medallions an
Item number: 16317622 | Pair of Colt Match Target Woodsman grips in Roper style with medallions and checkered wood. Showing extended bottoms or elephant ears. The condition is very good plus to near fine. Shows just some very slight edge wear. Would match a gun with 80% to 90% finish nicely. Est.: $250-$500
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\n Engraved Moore\'s patent National Arms No. 1  single shot derringer, .38 cal
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Engraved Moore\'s patent National Arms No. 1 single shot derringer, .38 cal
Item number: 16317502 | Engraved Moore\'s patent National Arms No. 1 single shot derringer, .38 cal., 2-1/4" barrel, brass frame, #5616. This gun is in overall good condition with grey patina on barrel, scattered spots of erosion, traces of silver on brass engraved frame, fair bore, good action. Est.: $500-$1,000.
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\n Belgian-made Browning Lightning Grade 1  Field-Skeet O/U shotgun, 20 gauge,
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Belgian-made Browning Lightning Grade 1 Field-Skeet O/U shotgun, 20 gauge,
Item number: 16317503 | Belgian-made Browning Lightning Grade 1 Field-Skeet O/U shotgun, 20 gauge, 2-3/4” & 3” chamber length, 26-1/2” ventilated rib barrels, blue finish, checkered wood stocks, single trigger, 14-1/2” length of pull to end of red White Line butt pad, #26426 V2. This gun is in overall fine condition showing the majority of its blue finish, crisp actions, fine bores, sharp markings, very good to fine wood stocks with several scratches to theunderside of the fore stock and an old mar to the upper right side above the checkering. Est.: $900-$1,800.
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\n Colt Lightning Storekeepers Model in .38  caliber with factory 2 ½” barrel,
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Colt Lightning Storekeepers Model in .38 caliber with factory 2 ½” barrel,
Item number: 16317624 | Colt Lightning Storekeepers Model in .38 caliber with factory 2 ½” barrel, traces of blue and case hardened finish, hard rubber grips, serial number 135411. This Lightning retains traces of blue and case hardenedfinish perhaps as much as 10% to 20% mixed with a gray to brown patina finish. There is some scattered light to moderate erosion and pitting. The markings are good and the two line centered barrel address is very clear.The grips show even wear and the action is working at time of cataloging. The interior is good and all matching visible serial numbers with correct cylinder pin. An original to the period catalog holster isincluded with matching floral impressed belt. A classic frontier era rig made at about the turns at of the century 1900 to 1902. Must be registered. Est.: $400-$800
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\n Browning auto 5 magnum twelve, semi auto  shotgun factory 32
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Browning auto 5 magnum twelve, semi auto shotgun factory 32" barrel Belgiu
Item number: 16317504 | Browning auto 5 magnum twelve, semi auto shotgun factory 32" barrel Belgium made, serial #31146. The gun remains in fine to excellent original condition. Minor handling and use. 98-99% plus original blue some very slight scratches and minor aging. Excellent bore. Choked full. Stock measures 13-1/4" to the end of the wood, 14-1/4" to the end of hard rubber Browning pad. Robert E. Petersen collection. Est.; $300.-$600.
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\n Extra set of Mono blocked W &C Scott barrels  in 12gauge with extractors an
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Extra set of Mono blocked W &C Scott barrels in 12gauge with extractors an
Item number: 16317625 | Extra set of Mono blocked W &C Scott barrels in 12gauge with extractors and black powder English proofs. The lugs on barrels and 4 and a been worked on. The bores are fairly good. The barrels measure 28 inches. Approximately 95 to 98% old re-blued finish remains. Estimate 200- $400
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\n Winchester Model 42 pump action takedown  shotgun, .410 gauge, 3” chamber,
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Winchester Model 42 pump action takedown shotgun, .410 gauge, 3” chamber,
Item number: 16317505 | Winchester Model 42 pump action takedown shotgun, .410 gauge, 3” chamber, Skeet choke, 28” barrel including the muzzle-attached Cutts compensator and topped with a Simmons ventilated rib; custom bird’s eye maplecheckered wood stocks, #137260. This gun is in overall good condition showing considerable blue finish, overall good bore, crisp action and markings, custom wood fore stock is good, butt stock shows generalhairline cracking particularly on the left side and a poor repair to an area just behind the pistol grip on the left side. Est.: $800-$1,600.
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\n Remington Double Barrel SxS shotgun with  Damascus barrels in field grade,
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Remington Double Barrel SxS shotgun with Damascus barrels in field grade,
Item number: 16317626 | Remington Double Barrel SxS shotgun with Damascus barrels in field grade, 12gauge, serial number 124920. The gun remains in original fair to good condition showing 50% to 60% original blue to brown and casehardening drifting to a patina with most of the Damascus pattern showing well on the barrel’s. Stock shows even wear and about 10% to 20% varnish with many scratches, small abrasions and minor distress. The originalbutt plate is retained. The forend does not match and has not been fitted and is from another Remington. The action is not working or locking properly. The bores are bright and the barrels measure 30” and are chokedfull and improved modified. Est.: $200-$400
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\n U.S. Springfield Trapdoor rifle, .45-70 cal.,  32-3/4” barrel, blue and cas
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U.S. Springfield Trapdoor rifle, .45-70 cal., 32-3/4” barrel, blue and cas
Item number: 16317506 | U.S. Springfield Trapdoor rifle, .45-70 cal., 32-3/4” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, wood stock, leather sling, #177750. This gun is in overall near fine condition showing the majority of its military bluefinish and vivid case colors to the trapdoor; the bore is very good to fine, the markings are crisp, the wood is very good with some scattered old mars and scratches; the circle P proof behind the trigger guard is crisp asis the SWP 1881 inspector’s cartouche on the left side of the stock above the trigger; the correct ramrod is retained and the leather sling is overall good. Est.: $900-$1,800.
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\n Heavy weighted and high-quality antique  spittoon, measuring approximately
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Heavy weighted and high-quality antique spittoon, measuring approximately
Item number: 16317627 | Heavy weighted and high-quality antique spittoon, measuring approximately 9 ½ inches in height by 9 ¼ inches across mouth. Late 19th to early 20th century. Much heavier construction then normally found. Est.:$125-$250.
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\n Belgian Browning Medalist .22 long rifle  caliber semi-automatic target pis
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Belgian Browning Medalist .22 long rifle caliber semi-automatic target pis
Item number: 16317507 | Belgian Browning Medalist .22 long rifle caliber semi-automatic target pistol in excellent to near mint condition in its original display case with cart. block and barrel weights. serial number 31006T3. Theblue metal shows 99% plus bright original blue with near perfect checkered wood select stocks. All correct small parts. 99% plus with no evidence of wear just some minor handling and possible test firing. The casecontains four barrel weights and a combo tool along with cartridge block and small folded manual with case keys. The interior of the box is fine to near excellent with slight depressions and the exterior of the blackcovered box is also fine to excellent. A 9.9 on 1 to 10 scale and we would call it perfect except I know that some of you could find something wrong with this under 1000 power magnification and spend your days picking fly specks out of the pepper. Est.: $800 to $1600
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\n Remington Sportsman Semi-Automatic shotgun on  Browning patent in fair to g
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Remington Sportsman Semi-Automatic shotgun on Browning patent in fair to g
Item number: 16317628 | Remington Sportsman Semi-Automatic shotgun on Browning patent in fair to good used condition serial number S501211. The shotgun measures 46 inches over all with 26 ½ inch barrel showing a Weaver screw on choke with 3 extra changeable choke tubes. The gun shows considerable field use and about 75% finish with normal erosion of slight aging. The stocks have been lightly refreshed and are good. A hard rubber recoil pad is been added. Bore is good. The shotgun also shows a raised non-ventilated milled rib. Est. $150-$300
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\n Rare Colt Arkansas special edition Ace .22  caliber semi-automatic pistol i
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Rare Colt Arkansas special edition Ace .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol i
Item number: 16317508 | Rare Colt Arkansas special edition Ace .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol in presentation display box with factory special features, serial number SM14408. The Ace shows service model markings with split barrel or chamberto replicate recoil of .45 auto using .22 caliber rounds. The pistols shows the word Ace inlaid in gold and surrounded by a diamond shape also right side of slide shows in gold, “1 of 200”. The slide and sides offrame are extra high polished and blued finish. The pistol is fitted with cast pewter grips showing the word Ace and 1 of 200 and the pistol is contained within a presentation type display box with plaque on lid alsoshowing Arkansas, the word Ace in diamond shape, special edition and 1 of 200. The case is in very good plus to near fine condition. The pistol is in fine to excellent showing minor use 98% to 99% overall. Est.:$900-$1800
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\n Remington Model 742 Woodsmaster semi-auto  magazine rifle, .30-06 cal., 22”
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Remington Model 742 Woodsmaster semi-auto magazine rifle, .30-06 cal., 22”
Item number: 16317629 | Remington Model 742 Woodsmaster semi-auto magazine rifle, .30-06 cal., 22” barrel, blue finish, no magazine, checkered wood stock, #326615, mounted with a Tasco Golden Antler scope with very good optics. This gun is inoverall fine condition showing the majority of its original finish, fine bore, action, markings and wood stocks. Est.: $250-$350.
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\n Colt Model 1878 DA revolver, .45 cal., 4-3/4”  barrel, blue finish, checker
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Colt Model 1878 DA revolver, .45 cal., 4-3/4” barrel, blue finish, checker
Item number: 16317509 | Colt Model 1878 DA revolver, .45 cal., 4-3/4” barrel, blue finish, checkered hard rubber grips, lanyard ring, #39730. This gun is in overall good to very good condition showing traces of original blue in protected areaswith balance of metal surfaces gone to a plum brown patina, good bore, action and markings; very good grips. Est.: $800-$1,600.
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\n Lot of four original express company items.   Number one is a cardboard sig
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Lot of four original express company items. Number one is a cardboard sig
Item number: 16317630 | Lot of four original express company items. Number one is a cardboard sign with tin rim approximately 14” x 14” in good condition with some small scratches normal aging. Number two is enamel on tin Railway expressagency sign approximately 8” x 8” in fair condition showing what may be a bullet hit and a couple of chips and losses. Number three is identical to number two but shows more age and is in only fair condition.Number four is a 1913 dated American Express company shipping book stamped Worchester with many entries and dates. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Pole axe with blade marked cast steel and  makers name on blade which is no
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Pole axe with blade marked cast steel and makers name on blade which is no
Item number: 16317510 | Pole axe with blade marked cast steel and makers name on blade which is not readable. Of the type used by Edinborough, Scottland city guards. The blade measures approximately 11” across the edge and the axe is 39 ½”overall with a 35 ½” shaft. Circa 19th century and the edge of the blade shows some sharpening and use and axe is generally good overall. The hardwood shaft shows some nicks, mars and slight opening to the grain withnormal use and some wear. Est.: $700-$1400
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\n Antique spear point Bowie knife with stag  grip and original scabbard marke
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Antique spear point Bowie knife with stag grip and original scabbard marke
Item number: 16317631 | Antique spear point Bowie knife with stag grip and original scabbard marked William Jackson Sheaf Island works Sheffield and Rio Grande camp knife. The knife measures 12 ½ inches over all with 8 ½ inch blade. Theblade shows sharpening and use and light to moderate pitting and erosion there is some areas of slightly heavy pitting. The grip shows a deep patina and wear from being carried. The markings are visible and clear.The sheath and leather hanger are in good to very good condition and absolutely original to the period of the late 19th century or earlier. The attachment loop would marry to a 2 ½” to 2 2 ¾” wide belt. The Rio Grandemarking is very desirable. Est.: $350-$700
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\n Mid-Eastern battle axe with fancy etched,  chased and engraved blade showin
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Mid-Eastern battle axe with fancy etched, chased and engraved blade showin
Item number: 16317511 | Mid-Eastern battle axe with fancy etched, chased and engraved blade showing writing and figures of men smoking hookah and holding similar axes. This axe is mounted on an old knotted wood shaft which maybe it’s original. The ax measures 29 ½ “ overall and the blade measures 8 ¼” across the width of the blade and 6 ¼” from edge to top. The condition of the blade is good to very good showing quality foraging with some light pitting anderosion. The age of the blade is 19th-century or earlier and the shaft is in good condition. Est.: $700-$1400
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\n Antique mechanical bank showing young black  man with Jolly N----r marking
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Antique mechanical bank showing young black man with Jolly N----r marking
Item number: 16317632 | Antique mechanical bank showing young black man with Jolly N----r marking on reverse. Approximately 6 ½ inches in height and retains most original paint with uncleaned patina. A genuine antique and not areproduction. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Winchester Model 55 takedown lever action  rifle, 24-1/4” tapered lightweig
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Winchester Model 55 takedown lever action rifle, 24-1/4” tapered lightweig
Item number: 16317512 | Winchester Model 55 takedown lever action rifle, 24-1/4” tapered lightweight barrel, blue finish, ½ magazine, replaced rear sight, wood stocks, #7346. This gun is in overall good condition showing a grey/brown patina to the barrel assembly and cleaned receiver, good action, bore and markings, wood is overall good with Winchester checkered hard rubber butt plate. Est.: $800-$1,600.
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\n Interesting European air pistol made of cast  iron and nickel plated marked
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Interesting European air pistol made of cast iron and nickel plated marked
Item number: 16317633 | Interesting European air pistol made of cast iron and nickel plated marked brevete, S. G. D. G. and the right side of the breech is stamped in English, “patent “. The condition is near excellent with 90% to 95% nickel with a few areas of peeling, erosion and pitting where the nickel has lifted. The air pistol measures about 10” overall with 6 ¼” barrel and the breech is opened by a small bolt type action similar to Franklin Arms of lateryears. Approximately .17 caliber bore. Estimated time of manufacture pre-1898 from styling and no country of origin marked on the antique. Est.: $300- $600.
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\n Beretta Model 686 Special O/U shotgun, 20  gauge, 2-3/4” chambers, Full ove
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Beretta Model 686 Special O/U shotgun, 20 gauge, 2-3/4” chambers, Full ove
Item number: 16317513 | Beretta Model 686 Special O/U shotgun, 20 gauge, 2-3/4” chambers, Full over Modified choked, 28” ventilated rib barrels, blue finish, engraved bright receiver, checkered wood stocks, hard rubber butt pad, singlegold trigger, 14-1/4” length of pull, #E74809B. This gun is in overall excellent condition showing approx. 98% original finish, fine bores, crisp actions, excellent wood stocks with beautiful graining. Est.:$750-$1,500.
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\n Lot of collector ammunition including an  empty “dog bone” box of Remington
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Lot of collector ammunition including an empty “dog bone” box of Remington
Item number: 16317634 | Lot of collector ammunition including an empty “dog bone” box of Remington Kleanbore .38 Colt Special in very good condition, an empty box of Eagle Metal Cartridge Co. .38 S&W in very good condition; a full box ofPeters .45 Colt Auto cartridges in good condition, a full box of Western Cartridge Co. .45 cal. Colt cartridges in good condition and a tin of Eley Bros. caps (partially full) for Colt’s Belt and PocketPistols in good condition. Est.: $250-$500.
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\n Austrian-made Mannlicher-Schoenauer Model  1950 bolt action rifle, .270 cal
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Austrian-made Mannlicher-Schoenauer Model 1950 bolt action rifle, .270 cal
Item number: 16317514 | Austrian-made Mannlicher-Schoenauer Model 1950 bolt action rifle, .270 cal., 24” barrel, blue finish, checkered wood stock, #4759, mounted with a Leupold M8 4X scope with strong optics and Griffin & Howe mounts. This gun is in overall very good condition with a fine bore, crisp action, sharp markings and fine wood stock, single trigger, sling swivel eyelets; some scattered spots and wear to finish on the barrel; a highquality hunting rifle. From the Texas collection of Eddie Glover, Jr. Est.: $800-$1,600.
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\n H. Krieghoff Model 32 O/U 12 gauge 28-1/4”  ventilated rib set of barrels o
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H. Krieghoff Model 32 O/U 12 gauge 28-1/4” ventilated rib set of barrels o
Item number: 16317635 | H. Krieghoff Model 32 O/U 12 gauge 28-1/4” ventilated rib set of barrels only; in good condition showing some use and slight damage to rib and majority of blue finish; very good bores, choked skeet & skeet, #4617. Est.:$250-$500.
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\n Ithaca 2E 12 gauge SXS shotgun with Damascus  steel barrels, serial #115377
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Ithaca 2E 12 gauge SXS shotgun with Damascus steel barrels, serial #115377
Item number: 16317515 | Ithaca 2E 12 gauge SXS shotgun with Damascus steel barrels, serial #115377. The barrels measure 30", are choked improved cylinder right, full left; double triggers, automatic ejectors. The barrels show 75-85% brownedfinish with most of the Damascus pattern and showing numerous scratches at the edges. The frame shows traces of case hardening going to patina; the stocks show a good burl wood grain with fairly crisp checkering. Theoriginal hard rubber butt is retained, the action locks tight, the bores are good. The butt stock shows some cracking and damage at the left side near the action and a poor repair using a nail. Est.: $350-$700
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\n Huge leather braided late 19th to early 20th  century bull whip with tacked
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Huge leather braided late 19th to early 20th century bull whip with tacked
Item number: 16317636 | Huge leather braided late 19th to early 20th century bull whip with tacked and green and red cut glass insets in area of whip just outside the handle which together make up approx. 2 feet with the balance of the whip a whopping 16 feet in length! Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Smith & Wesson New Departure hammerless  revolver, .32 cal., 3-1/2” barrel,
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Smith & Wesson New Departure hammerless revolver, .32 cal., 3-1/2” barrel,
Item number: 16317516 | Smith & Wesson New Departure hammerless revolver, .32 cal., 3-1/2” barrel, nickel finish, pearl medallion grips, inscribed “L. Zinsmeister, Presented by Soft Beer B & P Union No. 8934 Oct. 2nd 1905” in leatherettecovered presentation casing with box of Winchester .32 cartridges. This gun is in overall fine condition showing approx. 96% original finish, fine bore, crisp action, sharp markings, beautiful iridescent pearlgrips, fine case colors on trigger; case is overall very good to fine and ammo box is fine; would be interesting to research the name and occasion of this presentation. #135064. Est.: $900-$1,800.
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\n Stevens Hunters Pet Pocket rifle with large  frame in .22 caliber rimfire s
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Stevens Hunters Pet Pocket rifle with large frame in .22 caliber rimfire s
Item number: 16317637 | Stevens Hunters Pet Pocket rifle with large frame in .22 caliber rimfire showing 18” half round- half octagon barrel ,serial number 4043 in good to very good condition with matching original shoulder stock. The barrelretains 75% to 85% original blue and shows marking on left side of breech .22 short or long rifle. The barrel retains original front and rear target type sights. The frame shows traces of original nickel drifting to anatural gray to brown patina. The varnished wood stocks are very good plus with only a couple of minor scratches, minor marks and normal wear. The stocks retain 85% plus original varnish. The removable stock shows80% to 90% original nickel which is unpolished and toned nicely. The hammer shows bright fire type blue. The markings are sharp, the edges of fairly crisp and the bore is at least good and may clean as it isdirty. Est.: $500-$1,000.
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\n Colt London address Model 1849 Pocket  percussion revolver, .31 cal., 5” oc
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Colt London address Model 1849 Pocket percussion revolver, .31 cal., 5” oc
Item number: 16317517 | Colt London address Model 1849 Pocket percussion revolver, .31 cal., 5” octagon barrel, grey patina, wood grips, #9125, all matching visible including wedge, in maroon lined wood presentation case with brassspread eagle powder flask and Colt iron bullet mold. This gun is in overall good condition with an even grey patina, good action, dark bore, considerable cylinder scene remaining, overall good grips, casingis overall good with some separation to partitions that should be re-glued, some scattered mars and scratches to lid of box from storage. Est.: $800-$1,600.
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\n Lot of 2 antique folding knives including a  Spanish Toledo-marked large bl
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Lot of 2 antique folding knives including a Spanish Toledo-marked large bl
Item number: 16317638 | Lot of 2 antique folding knives including a Spanish Toledo-marked large blade, approx. 16” overall unfolded with a 7” blade and multi-colored horn grip in overall worn but good condition and an unmarked two blade stag gripped knife with corkscrew approx. 6-1/2” folded in fair condition with dark patina to metal surfaces and good stag scales on grip. Est.: $250-$500.
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\n Antique Schutzen target rifle marked on  barrel flat “R. Steinhausen,  Scho
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Antique Schutzen target rifle marked on barrel flat “R. Steinhausen, Scho
Item number: 16317518 | Antique Schutzen target rifle marked on barrel flat “R. Steinhausen, Schoenebeck A/E”, 9mm cal., 30” octagon barrel, engraved receiver with “Dee Smith” stamped in the engraving on the left side of the receiver;double set trigger, wood stocks, brass cleaning rod, target front and rear tang sights, #5378. This gun is in overall very good condition showing considerable muted blue finish to the barrel, silver toning tothe case hardened receiver, very good bore, set triggers working at time of description, wood stocks are very good with beautiful graining; front sight right ear is slightly bent, tang sight is detached and shows oldgluing (should be professionally re-attached). From the Texas collection of Eddie Glover, Jr. Est.: $750-$1,500.
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\n Imperial era German officer’s sword marked on  top of spine of blade by mak
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Imperial era German officer’s sword marked on top of spine of blade by mak
Item number: 16317639 | Imperial era German officer’s sword marked on top of spine of blade by maker in Nürnberg in fancy script. The sword measures 37” overall with 31 ½” blade that is almost straight with only a slight curve andmeasures approx.. 1” across thickest part of the ricasso. The simple D guard is constructed of brass and the grip is shark skin or ray skin wrapped with brass wire. The condition of the blade is very good plus and the handle shows some small losses. The scabbard shows some minor pitting. Generally very good overall and the name in very fancy letters may be F. M. Lauschinger in Nürnberg. Est.: $200-$400
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\n German side by side shotgun marked on barrel  rib “E.Th. Steinecke Suhl”, 1
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German side by side shotgun marked on barrel rib “E.Th. Steinecke Suhl”, 1
Item number: 16317519 | German side by side shotgun marked on barrel rib “E.Th. Steinecke Suhl”, 16 gauge, 30-3/4” barrels, back action locks, checkered wood stocks, #NVSN with extra 25-1/2” SxS barrel set consisting of a 16 gauge shotgun barreland an 11mm rifled barrel that is also marked like the other barrel. The gun is in overall good condition showing the majority of its muted older re-blued finish to both sets of barrels, receiver is bright, theactions are crisp, the SxS barrel bores are fair +, the combo barrels are very good; the wood is very good showing an older re-finish with patchbox, single set trigger, sling swivels and added hard rubber butt pad. From the Texas collection of Eddie Glover, Jr. Est.: $750-$1,500.
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\n West Point cadet sword model 1872-1922 center  of guard cast M.A. with fanc
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West Point cadet sword model 1872-1922 center of guard cast M.A. with fanc
Item number: 16317640 | West Point cadet sword model 1872-1922 center of guard cast M.A. with fancy etched blade showing U.S. and Ames sword makers mark Chicopee, Mass. The sword is in good to very good condition showing most of its originaletching just some slight edge wear, minor scratching and light cleaning. The scabbard shows some minor erosion but generally good to very good overall. Est.: $200-$400
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\n Best Quality Belgium Guild shotgun, 12 gauge,  27-1/2” barrels, scalloped b
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Best Quality Belgium Guild shotgun, 12 gauge, 27-1/2” barrels, scalloped b
Item number: 16317520 | Best Quality Belgium Guild shotgun, 12 gauge, 27-1/2” barrels, scalloped boxlock ejectors model, 3” chamber length, double triggers, IM choke left barrel, Full choke right barrel, 13-3/4” length of pull to end of hard rubberbutt pad; checkered wood stocks, #385. This gun is in overall very good condition showing finely chiseled dog and game scenes on the receiver, beautiful floral engraving, very good bores, crisp actions, very good woodstocks. From the Texas collection of Eddie Glover, Jr. Est.: $750-$1,500.
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\n Miniature tin type of Civil War soldier  wearing kepi and in light color un
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Miniature tin type of Civil War soldier wearing kepi and in light color un
Item number: 16317641 | Miniature tin type of Civil War soldier wearing kepi and in light color uniform with full beard and may be Confederate. The image measures approximately 1” x ½ ” in gutta-percha (Oreo cookie) type roundcarrying case which is in near fine condition. Est.: $200-$400
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\n Smith & Wesson New Model 1-1/2” spur trigger  tip-up revolver, .32 cal., 3-
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Smith & Wesson New Model 1-1/2” spur trigger tip-up revolver, .32 cal., 3-
Item number: 16317400 | Smith & Wesson New Model 1-1/2” spur trigger tip-up revolver, .32 cal., 3-1/2” barrel, engraved, nickel finish with gold washed ejector rod, pearl grips, #117587. This gun is in overall fine condition showing themajority of its nickel finish with beautiful period scroll engraving, crisp action, sharp markings, good bore, fine iridescent pearl grips. Est.: $1,000-$2,000.
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\n Marlin single shot rifle, (Ballard’s Patent),  .22 cal., 26” round barrel,
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Marlin single shot rifle, (Ballard’s Patent), .22 cal., 26” round barrel,
Item number: 16317521 | Marlin single shot rifle, (Ballard’s Patent), .22 cal., 26” round barrel, re-blued finish, engraved frame with deer and elk panel scenes, deluxe wood stocks, #17007, mounted with a Unertl tube scope with Unertl mounts.This gun is in overall good to very good condition as reconditioned showing the majority of its re-blued finish, barrel is a replacement, engraving is period, bore is very good, action is crisp, stocks are finely grained modern deluxe target style with Pachmayr hard rubber butt pad; high grade Unertl scope has fine optics. From the Texas collection of Eddie Glover, Jr. Est.: $750-$1,500.
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\n Lot of 2 older unmarked cartridge belts in  well-used condition with square
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Lot of 2 older unmarked cartridge belts in well-used condition with square
Item number: 16317642 | Lot of 2 older unmarked cartridge belts in well-used condition with square buckles; some stitching repairs and cracking of leather, scuffing, etc. $200-$400.
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\n Original business card of William Warren  Sterling, Adjutant General of Tex
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Original business card of William Warren Sterling, Adjutant General of Tex
Item number: 16317401 | Original business card of William Warren Sterling, Adjutant General of Texas, with original unissued Texas State Rangers, Austin envelope and 8" x 10" original photo of Sterling showing him wearing his dress ColtSAA and gun belt, kakis and Ranger white cowboy hat. Sterling was born in 1891 and was the only Ranger to serve in every rank in the Texas Rangers from private to Adjutant General of Texas and worked with the likes of legendary Texas lawmen Frank Hamer, J.B. Gillette and J. Eagle Vaughan. He retired in 1933 and returned to ranching. He died in 1960 in Corpus Christi, Texas. Est.: $150-$250.
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\n West German-made H. Blaser Ultimate Model  bolt action rifle, .308 Win. cal
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West German-made H. Blaser Ultimate Model bolt action rifle, .308 Win. cal
Item number: 16317522 | West German-made H. Blaser Ultimate Model bolt action rifle, .308 Win. cal., 22” barrel, blue finish, engraved receiver that is mat finished, checkered wood stocks, sling swivels, #2/03045, mounted with a LeupoldVari-X III 6.5 X 20 scope with fine optics. This gun is in like new condition showing little handling, fine bore, action and wood stocks; accompanied by an aluminum hardcase with very good exterior but needingreplacement of the interior padding. From the Texas collection of Eddie Glover, Jr. Est.: $700-$1,400.
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\n 1988 reproduction of Remington 1904 calendar.   Approximately 27”x13-1/2” e
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1988 reproduction of Remington 1904 calendar. Approximately 27”x13-1/2” e
Item number: 16317643 | 1988 reproduction of Remington 1904 calendar. Approximately 27”x13-1/2” excellent condition some storage marks in frame. $100-$300
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\n Sharps Model 1874 Sporting rifle, .45-70  cal., 30” octagon barrel, blue fi
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Sharps Model 1874 Sporting rifle, .45-70 cal., 30” octagon barrel, blue fi
Item number: 16317402 | Sharps Model 1874 Sporting rifle, .45-70 cal., 30” octagon barrel, blue finish, double set triggers, open sights, wood stocks, checkered steel butt plate, #159807 accompanied by factory letter confirmingfeatures and indicating weight as 9 pounds, 13 ounces with a cost of $42 and shipment to N. Curry and Co., San Francisco, California on July 13, 1878. The gun is in overall very good condition with a grey/brown patina, very good bore, crisp action, sharp markings, good wood with scattered old mars and scratches from carry and storage, old sliver of wood loss on the right side of the forend ; barrel serial number matches receivernumber. Est.: $5,300-$7,500.
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\n Colt medium frame Lightning pump action  rifle, .32 cal., 26” octagon barre
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Colt medium frame Lightning pump action rifle, .32 cal., 26” octagon barre
Item number: 16317523 | Colt medium frame Lightning pump action rifle, .32 cal., 26” octagon barrel, brown patina, wood stocks, #20530. This gun is in overall good condition showing scattered light pitting on the receiver and a generalplum brown patina on metal surfaces, good action, bore and markings; fore stock is checkered and showing classic old wear from years of carry and use; butt stock is good with several old mars and a repair to thelower toe of the butt stock. Est.: $800-$1,600.
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\n Printed advertising poster reading, “Frederic  Remington-the late years” th
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Printed advertising poster reading, “Frederic Remington-the late years” th
Item number: 16317644 | Printed advertising poster reading, “Frederic Remington-the late years” the Denver Art Museum July 11th-August 30, 1981 made possible by the Gates Foundation. The artwork originally entitled “Against the Sunset1906”. Measures approx. 24”x17-1/2” nicely framed, very good condition, some slight creases. From the Estate of Robert Petersen. Est.; $100-$300
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\n Lot of 16 boxes of collector ammo, some full,  some partials including make
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Lot of 16 boxes of collector ammo, some full, some partials including make
Item number: 16317403 | Lot of 16 boxes of collector ammo, some full, some partials including makers Winchester, Remington, Remington-UMC, Western, Peters and U.S. Cartridge Co. in a variety of calibers including .38-55, .25-35, .30-30, .32 WS,.32-20, .30 Army full patch, .32-40, Stevens RF and .30-40 Krag; various conditions of boxes and cartridges. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Winchester Model 1886 lever action rifle,  .40-82 W.C.F.  cal., 26” round b
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Winchester Model 1886 lever action rifle, .40-82 W.C.F. cal., 26” round b
Item number: 16317524 | Winchester Model 1886 lever action rifle, .40-82 W.C.F. cal., 26” round barrel, re-blued finish, wood stocks, #95464. This gun is in overall good condition as re-blued showing a good action, fair + bore, scattered light surface pitting and erosion; wood is fair to good showing an old cleaning and some filler used on mars located on the butt stock. Est.: $800-$1,600.
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\n Lithograph hand signed lower right Zervas and  marked A.P. #2 of 50 indicat
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Lithograph hand signed lower right Zervas and marked A.P. #2 of 50 indicat
Item number: 16317645 | Lithograph hand signed lower right Zervas and marked A.P. #2 of 50 indicating artist proof. The print measures approx. 10”x 15” beautifully framed with scratches to Plexi-glass. Titled “Quiet Approach by Posin Publishing”. From the Estate of Robert E. Petersen. Est.; $100-$300
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\n Maynard Model 1873 single shot target rifle  with 2 barrels, deluxe checker
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Maynard Model 1873 single shot target rifle with 2 barrels, deluxe checker
Item number: 16317404 | Maynard Model 1873 single shot target rifle with 2 barrels, deluxe checkered walnut stock, period cased with accessories, serial number 25769. The 1st barrel measures approximately .41 caliber rifled and is 26”in length and is not serial numbered or marked but is fitted to this rifle with lever attached and a hooded type front sight. The barrel retains 80% to 90% original blue with strong traces of case hardening on the leverand an excellent to near mint bore. The 2nd barrel measures 26” and is smoothbored and is slightly less than 28 gauge. This barrel is also unmarked and shows no serial numbers, no rear sight to be used as a shotgun withfront bead. This barrel also with lever shows 30% to 50% brown finish with some scattered erosion and pinprick pitting. This combination rifle/shotgun is contained within a well-made shooters type case of the period that includes a sizing tool, a mold, a removable pistol grip and primer removal tool. The frame retains approximately 50% to 70% case hardening drifting to silver gray with some areas of good rainbow colors on the
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\n Smith & Wesson New Model 1-1/2 spur trigger  revolver, New York style engra
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Smith & Wesson New Model 1-1/2 spur trigger revolver, New York style engra
Item number: 16317525 | Smith & Wesson New Model 1-1/2 spur trigger revolver, New York style engraved or possibly by one of the Youngs, .32 caliber, 3-1/2” barrel, nickel finish, rosewood grips, #28857. This gun is in overall very goodcondition showing extensive engraving, good action and markings, overall good bore with a couple spots of erosion; very good grips with the majority of their original finish. Est.: $750-$1,500.
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\n Arfican tribal carving with very stylized  figures measures approx. 20” in
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Arfican tribal carving with very stylized figures measures approx. 20” in
Item number: 16317646 | Arfican tribal carving with very stylized figures measures approx. 20” in height mounted on base with some age, fair carving. Est.; $75-$150
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\n Colt Single Action Army revolver .45 caliber  7 ½” barrel with black powder
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Colt Single Action Army revolver .45 caliber 7 ½” barrel with black powder
Item number: 16317405 | Colt Single Action Army revolver .45 caliber 7 ½” barrel with black powder style frame and patent dates, fully and finely engraved and gold inlaid by master engraver Ben G. Lane. Entitled “Wyatt Earp Memorial” serial numberSA68219. This Colt shows a high polish blue finish with gold plated frame and fire blued screws and small parts. The revolver has been finished in such a way to accent the engraving by removing blue in the engravedareas to show a satin like natural metal finish. The revolver is also accented with gold line and gold bands with small gold accents. The pistol is stocked in select walnut and each grip is inlaid with goldplated brass plaques. The left grip shows a US Marshall style badge with Arizona territory star at center. The right grip shows a federal marshal style gold plated brass inlay that is engraved,” To Wyatt Earp, Peacekeeper, From The Grateful, People of Dodge City, April 8, 1878”. The trigger guard is signed with initials BL for Ben Lane and the condition is excellent to mint as refinished at time of engraving and
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\n Lot of 3 city directories including a  hardcover Bean’s History and Directo
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Lot of 3 city directories including a hardcover Bean’s History and Directo
Item number: 16317526 | Lot of 3 city directories including a hardcover Bean’s History and Directory of Nevada County, California dated 1867 in overall good condition as rebound, a hardcover Sacramento Directory for 1857-1858in good condition as rebound and an 1890 facsimile edition of a Kimball’s San Francisco Directory of 1850 also in overall good condition; great reference materials. Est.: $350-$700.
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\n Wesson and Harrington .32 caliber rimfire, 5  shot single action spur trigg
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Wesson and Harrington .32 caliber rimfire, 5 shot single action spur trigg
Item number: 16317647 | Wesson and Harrington .32 caliber rimfire, 5 shot single action spur trigger revolver with patented extractor on cylinder pin. The left side of breach is serial numbered 3855. Approximately 75% to 85% original blue onbarrel, 20% to 40% blue on cylinder which is mostly in the flutes, traces of blue on frame and ejector rod. The grips are very good and fit nicely with about 30% to 50% varnish remaining. The markings are good and theaction is sound. There is a trace of case hardening on the hammer. Est.: $175-$350.
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\n Rare and original Marlin trappers Model 93  lever action S.R.C. in .32 H.P.
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Rare and original Marlin trappers Model 93 lever action S.R.C. in .32 H.P.
Item number: 16317406 | Rare and original Marlin trappers Model 93 lever action S.R.C. in .32 H.P.S. caliber with factory 15” barrel, full magazine, blue and case hardened finish, serial number 2275. Included with the lot is an original letterfrom ATF certifying this Marlin to have been entered on the Curio and Relic list (Legal Firearm). The barrel and magazine tube show 97% to 99% bright original blue and the bands show 95% to 98% original blue. The carbinerear sight shows most all of its original blue. The barrel marks are sharp and crisp and show special smokeless steel marking also. The frame and lever show 90% to 95% bright and fiery case hardening with greatrainbow colors. The varnished wood stock shows 90% to 95% varnish with just some minor scratches and slight handling. The loading gate shows 95% bright original blue. The action is tight and the bore is bright. Thecarbine shows all correct small parts and features including butt plate, saddle ring and etc. From a premier Marlin collector. Est.: $7,500-$15,000.
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\n Remington Sportsman 12 gauge semi-auto  shotgun with barrel reduced to 21
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Remington Sportsman 12 gauge semi-auto shotgun with barrel reduced to 21"
Item number: 16317527 | Remington Sportsman 12 gauge semi-auto shotgun with barrel reduced to 21" and mount for screw on Cutts style choke. The gun has been used hard put away wet approx 75% blue, stock badly damaged, action good, boredeteriorated and butt plate needs replacement. Robert E. Petersen who had one of the finest gun collections in the world kept this shotgun for either sentimental purpose as it belonged to his long timefriend Robert Stack. Robert Stack had a long career as an actor and narrator most remembered for his role as Elliot Ness in "The Untouchables" television series and later as the host and narrator of "UnsolvedMysteries". This cataloguer who knew both these premier collectors well can speculate it was some sort of a joke or wager that Petersen kept this gun for sentimental reasons. Robert E. Petersen collection.Est.;$500.-$1,000.
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\n Winchester Model 70 bolt-action rifle, .270  Win. cal., 24” barrel, black f
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Winchester Model 70 bolt-action rifle, .270 Win. cal., 24” barrel, black f
Item number: 16317648 | Winchester Model 70 bolt-action rifle, .270 Win. cal., 24” barrel, black finish, checkered black composite stock, #G2239468. This gun is in overall very good + condition showing the majority of its finish with somescattered scratches to the finish, very good bore, crisp action and markings, very good stock with scattered scratches from storage. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Sharps Model 1874 Sporting rifle, .45  caliber, 2-7/8” cartridge, 30” heavy
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Sharps Model 1874 Sporting rifle, .45 caliber, 2-7/8” cartridge, 30” heavy
Item number: 16317407 | Sharps Model 1874 Sporting rifle, .45 caliber, 2-7/8” cartridge, 30” heavy octagon Sharps “Old Reliable” Bridgeport address barrel, blue finish, double set triggers, wood stocks, Walter Cooper style front andrear sights, adjustable Vernier tang sight, #158912. This gun is in overall good condition showing traces of blue on barrel with scattered old nicks and mars from carry and use, silvery tone on receiver, goodaction with double set triggers working at time of description, somewhat rough bore, underside of barrel shows no serial number but does display the number 10, a separate number 1 and the initials “WC”; the buttstock is overall good, the forestock appears to be an old replacement, possibly at time of barrel addition and is good with an old repair to the rear left edge. Accompanying this lot is a copy of the Sharps CollectorReport of Spring 1999 containing an extensive article on Walter Cooper; also a note from the consignor that reports this rifle was shipped on October 6, 1876 as a .45 caliber business rifle to Kittredge & Co. of
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\n Remington Elliot 4-barrel derringer, .32  cal., 3-3/8” barrels, blue finish
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Remington Elliot 4-barrel derringer, .32 cal., 3-3/8” barrels, blue finish
Item number: 16317528 | Remington Elliot 4-barrel derringer, .32 cal., 3-3/8” barrels, blue finish, wood grips, #19199, This gun is in overall good to very good condition showing traces of original blue in protected areas, goodaction, good bores with some scattered spots of pitting, good markings and very good rosewood grips. Est.: $700-$1,400.
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\n Stevens Vest Pocket .22 caliber single shot  tip-up action pistol serial nu
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Stevens Vest Pocket .22 caliber single shot tip-up action pistol serial nu
Item number: 16317649 | Stevens Vest Pocket .22 caliber single shot tip-up action pistol serial number 24547. The pistol remains in good original condition with approximately 30% to 50% blue turning brown on barrel. 90% plus toning originalnickel on frame. Very good grips with most of the original varnish just showing minor losses and normal wear. Good barrel address, good action, and bores show some pitting. Est.: $150-$300.
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\n Stunning and unusual pair of Horsemen size  European pistols originally mad
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Stunning and unusual pair of Horsemen size European pistols originally mad
Item number: 16317408 | Stunning and unusual pair of Horsemen size European pistols originally made in the 18th-century in flintlock then converted to percussion in the 19th century and finely cased with deluxe accessories andornamentation’s. The pair measure 19 ¼” overall with 12” barrels of approximately .54 caliber smoothbore. The pistols show fine Turkish style Damascus patterned steel barrels with silver overlays., There is aGold signature at center in Arabic writing and small red gemstone inlaid in central portion among the silver raised inlay. The pistols were finely converted from flint to percussion and show a chiseled hammer withlion head. The locks are finally engraved and gold inlaid. The pistols were restocked at time of conversion in fine European walnut with silver studs and fancy checkering. The mounts are nicely engraved and inlaid tomatch and the butt Is chiseled in a grotesque face with case hardened finish on each butt. The locks, trigger guards and breeches are French gray or satin finished and the condition is fine to excellent with bright
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\n Colt U.S. Army Model 1894 DA revolver, .38  cal., 6” barrel, blue finish, w
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Colt U.S. Army Model 1894 DA revolver, .38 cal., 6” barrel, blue finish, w
Item number: 16317529 | Colt U.S. Army Model 1894 DA revolver, .38 cal., 6” barrel, blue finish, wood grips, R.A.C. inspected, #100335 with leather open top holster with ink stamping on the backside between the belt loops “R.D. Kellogg,Captain, Q.M.G., Transportation Officer”. This gun is in overall very good to fine condition showing approx. 65% high polish blue finish, niter blue finish to hammer and trigger, very good bore, action, markings and grips; holster is overall good showing some dryness and a couple stains but good stitching; would be interesting to further research this officer’s military record. Est.: $600-$1,200.
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\n Colt Single Action Army revolver .44-40  caliber with 7 ½” barrel, blue and
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Colt Single Action Army revolver .44-40 caliber with 7 ½” barrel, blue and
Item number: 16317409 | Colt Single Action Army revolver .44-40 caliber with 7 ½” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, hard rubber Eagle grips, shipped to William Beck and Sons Portland, Oregon May 5, 1887 one of 6 guns in shipmentwith factory letter. William Beck & Sons Arms Company were retailers of firearms in downtown Portland and was descended in a long line of famous Pennsylvania gunsmiths who were noted for their Kentucky rifles. BeckSr. was a pioneer gunsmith in the early Oregon territory era and he became very prominent in the business world and was well-recognized for building an important bridge and other engineering projects besides gun making. An interesting research portfolio with a reproduced photograph of his gun store is included. This etched barrel Single Action remains in original very good condition showing 50% to 70% original blueand case hardening aging nicely with some minor scattered erosion and pinprick pitting. There is some very bright and inky blue where protected and some very good case hardening showing on the entire frame. The
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\n German dress bayonet made by P. S.  Luneschloss firm of Soligen, Germany wi
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German dress bayonet made by P. S. Luneschloss firm of Soligen, Germany wi
Item number: 16317650 | German dress bayonet made by P. S. Luneschloss firm of Soligen, Germany with unit markings on cross guard S. D. IV . 124 also marked with the same numbers on the throat of scabbard. The condition is verygood with near fine plated blade. Est.: $150-$300.
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\n Antique Belgian copy of a Colt Model 1877 DA  revolver, .38-40 cal., 4-1/2”
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Antique Belgian copy of a Colt Model 1877 DA revolver, .38-40 cal., 4-1/2”
Item number: 16317651 | Antique Belgian copy of a Colt Model 1877 DA revolver, .38-40 cal., 4-1/2” barrel, checkered hard rubber grips, #NVSN. This gun is in overall fair condition showing a grey/brown patina with areas of erosion, dark bore, action needs work, good grips, front sight replaced with an old U.S. penny; accompanied by a double loop tooled leather holster in fair condition with hammer tie down and thong leg strap. Est.: $150-$300.
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\n Winchester Model 1885 low wall single shot  rifle, .22 Extra Long cal., 26”
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Winchester Model 1885 low wall single shot rifle, .22 Extra Long cal., 26”
Item number: 16317530 | Winchester Model 1885 low wall single shot rifle, .22 Extra Long cal., 26” octagon barrel, blue and case hardened finish, wood stocks, #73204. This gun is in overall very good to near fine condition showingconsiderable original blue finish on barrel and a receiver that displays liberal muted original case colors mixed with silvery toning, fine bore, crisp action and markings, very good + wood stocks with scattered marsand scratches from storage; ebony insert at fore end tip; replaced front sight, Marble’s rear sight and King’s adjustable tang sight; a great low wall in rarely seen caliber (see next lot). Est.: $1,500-$3,000.
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\n Mexican copy of a Colt SAA revolver, .38  cal., 5-3/4” barrel, blue and cas
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Mexican copy of a Colt SAA revolver, .38 cal., 5-3/4” barrel, blue and cas
Item number: 16317652 | Mexican copy of a Colt SAA revolver, .38 cal., 5-3/4” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, checkered eagle hard rubber grips, #852. This gun is a ¾ scale copy of the Colt SAA revolver and is in overall fine condition showing the majority of its original finish, fine action, markings, bore, and grips. Est.: $150-$300.
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\n Smith & Wesson Registered Model DA revolver,  .357 Magnum cal., 6
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Smith & Wesson Registered Model DA revolver, .357 Magnum cal., 6" barrel,
Item number: 16317410 | Smith & Wesson Registered Model DA revolver, .357 Magnum cal., 6" barrel, blue finish, checkered walnut medallion grips, King red bead front sight on reflector ramp and King white outline rear sight with Smith & Wessongrip adaptors, serial #46986 and Registration No. 523, accompanied by a factory letter and binder with documents confirming all features and indicating shipment from factory on October 9, 1935, to Dwight Brantley, FBISpecial Agent-in-Charge of the Oklahoma City Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The gun is in overall very good to fine condition showing the majority of its blue finish with some holster and high point wear, some minor spots of erosion, sharp markings, crisp action, very good bore, very good grips, star marking on butt strap indicating return to factory, vivid case colors on hammer and trigger, all matchingvisible serial numbers. Accompanying binder also contains copy of Brantley\'s Sept. 22, 1935 letter on FBI letterhead to D.B. Wesson ordering the Registered Model with an enclosed check for $48.00 (law enforcement
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\n Smith & Wesson 1st model 3rd issue .22  caliber single action revolver with
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Smith & Wesson 1st model 3rd issue .22 caliber single action revolver with
Item number: 16317531 | Smith & Wesson 1st model 3rd issue .22 caliber single action revolver with rare factory 2 5/8” barrel, blued finish, varnished wood grips, serial number 98809. This revolver shows the correct side barreladdress which is centered and authenticates the barrel length. The pistol retains 60% to 80% original blue evenly drifting and toning with some scattered light to moderate pitting and erosion which is mostly on the cylinderand right side of barrel. The barrel is nicely hand engraved in script letters with agents name Claudin of Paris on left and his address on the Boulevard D’ Italiens. The action is good and the pistol is tight. Thehammer shows some case hardening. The grips show some scratches in the varnish and the Bore is bright. Est.: $500-$1,000
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\n British Bull Dog marked DA revolver, .41  cal., 2-1/2” barrel, brown patina
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British Bull Dog marked DA revolver, .41 cal., 2-1/2” barrel, brown patina
Item number: 16317653 | British Bull Dog marked DA revolver, .41 cal., 2-1/2” barrel, brown patina, checkered wood grips, #NVSN. This gun is in overall good condition showing an even brown patina with good bore, action and markings; woodgrips are worn but overall good. Est.: $150-$300
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\n Colt SAA U.S.  Artillery Model revolver, .45  cal., 5-1/2
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Colt SAA U.S. Artillery Model revolver, .45 cal., 5-1/2" barrel, blue fin
Item number: 16317411 | Colt SAA U.S. Artillery Model revolver, .45 cal., 5-1/2" barrel, blue finish, wood grips, frame #5413, other numbers mixed as is common with arsenal re-furbished Artillery Models. This gun is in overall very goodcondition showing strong remnants of arsenal re-blue on frame which is in the Custer-range of U.S. Single Actions with serial #5416 being listed in Kopec and Fenn\'s "Colt Cavalry & Artillery revolvers . . . aContinuing Study", page 280, Table II-XI as having a presumptive Pine Ridge Sioux Reservation Indian use history; cylinder shows traces of re-blue in protected areas with what appears to be traces of #931between two of the cylinder stops, a "J" inspectors initial between two other stops and also the initials o, s and k on the back of the cylinder ; barrel has a brown patina with scattered pitting and traces of re-bluein protected areas, has a very good bore, is numbered 8949 with H.N. inspection, P proof near the breech and C, G and N markings near the ejector rod retaining screw bolster near the muzzle; the ejector rod housing shows
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\n Pair of Indian carved wood figures carved 1  piece (same both sides) warrio
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Pair of Indian carved wood figures carved 1 piece (same both sides) warrio
Item number: 16317532 | Pair of Indian carved wood figures carved 1 piece (same both sides) warrior on horse, man and lion; estimated to be 200-$400 years old; from a Thousand Oaks, CA student/collector of Asian art who ratedthese carvings as exceptional; each approx. 16” in height and 10” in width. Est.: $500-$1,000.
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\n Lot of various items from old collector.  Number one is a Wells Fargo and C
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Lot of various items from old collector. Number one is a Wells Fargo and C
Item number: 16317654 | Lot of various items from old collector. Number one is a Wells Fargo and Company shipper forwarding receipt book dates approximately 1911 with many entries but may have been used as a check register as nolocations are listed. Number two is a pair of fringed and beaded riding gauntlets for small man or lady made about the turn-of-the-century in fair to good condition. A Winchester 1910 paperweight. AWinchester envelope with advertising in corner showing two men in Western dress with guns and dealers named Mitchell from Steep Falls, Maine. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Colt Model 1860 Army percussion revolver, .44  cal., 8
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Colt Model 1860 Army percussion revolver, .44 cal., 8" barrel, blue finish
Item number: 16317412 | Colt Model 1860 Army percussion revolver, .44 cal., 8" barrel, blue finish, small tacks in right side of grip and seed beads in the butt of the grip, #127797 with factory letter confirming features and indicating shipmentto U.S. Government Commanding Officer, New York Officer, Governor\'s Island, New York on July 22, 1863 in a shipment of 1,000 guns. This gun is in overall good condition showing a dark brown patina on metal surfaces, goodaction, matching visible serial numbers, dark bore, good markings and classic tacked grips with two small white seed beads inlaid into the bottom of the left side of the grips that show scattered nicks and mars to the woodand old losses to where the brass and bead decorations had once been; classic Indian look that came to auction out of Montana. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.
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\n Marlin Model 1893 lever action rifle in  .38-55 caliber with 28” octagon ba
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Marlin Model 1893 lever action rifle in .38-55 caliber with 28” octagon ba
Item number: 16317533 | Marlin Model 1893 lever action rifle in .38-55 caliber with 28” octagon barrel, full magazine, rifle butt, serial number 145336. The metal surfaces show a light gray to brown patina finish. Cleaned long ago and nowgoing to a natural metal color. There is some minor pinprick pitting and erosion and some slight traces of silvery case hardening on the frame. The butt plate was left uncleaned and is dark brown. The markings are sharp and the edges fairly crisp. The rear sight has been changed to a Winchester carbine style and the front sight shows a large blade replacement in the original post. The stocks have been refinished and the wrist has beenrepaired. The action is good, the bore is good and may clean. Est.: $500-$1,000.
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\n Lot of five antique DuPont powder cans in  varying conditions. Labels mostl
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Lot of five antique DuPont powder cans in varying conditions. Labels mostl
Item number: 16317655 | Lot of five antique DuPont powder cans in varying conditions. Labels mostly visible. Three good to very good, two are slightly rough. Est.: $150-$300
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\n United States Marines etched blade dress  sword by Hilborn & Hamburger, Inc
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United States Marines etched blade dress sword by Hilborn & Hamburger, Inc
Item number: 16317534 | United States Marines etched blade dress sword by Hilborn & Hamburger, Inc., New York with scabbard. The blade is in overall fine condition showing the majority of the original etching and polish on both sides,the brass guard and pommel have a deep patina and the leather and wire wrapped grip show wear but are overall good; the leather scabbard is very good and the brass throat and drag have matching dark patinas thatcompliment the sword’s guard. Est.: $500-$1,000.
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\n American Cap & Flask Co.  Eagle flask type  associated with Colt 1849 pocke
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American Cap & Flask Co. Eagle flask type associated with Colt 1849 pocke
Item number: 16317656 | American Cap & Flask Co. Eagle flask type associated with Colt 1849 pocket models, remaining in very good original condition with approximately 75% to 85% original lacquer. The seams and spring are both verygood. The spring shows most of its original blue. Suitable to include in a cased set with up to about 85% original finish and the body of the flask shows only a couple of minor small dents. Est.: $200-$400
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\n Lot of reloading dies including .357 Mag.,  .41 Colt, .303 Sav. and .35 Rem
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Lot of reloading dies including .357 Mag., .41 Colt, .303 Sav. and .35 Rem
Item number: 16317414 | Lot of reloading dies including .357 Mag., .41 Colt, .303 Sav. and .35 Rem; also 3 Lyman Ideal shell resizers, .35 Rem, .33 Win. and .43 Spanish; one .357 single cavity mold, a box of Crosman .22 pellets and a box ofWinchester .32 cal., cartridges for the 1873 Winchester rifle, both boxes are partials. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Percussion single shot dueling type  smoothbore pistol, converted from flin
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Percussion single shot dueling type smoothbore pistol, converted from flin
Item number: 16317535 | Percussion single shot dueling type smoothbore pistol, converted from flintlock, checkered wood half stock, .58 cal., 10’ barrel, no maker’s marks, very good wood stock with wood ramrod. Est.: $500-$1,000.
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\n Lot of leather items. Number one is a  pair  of old saddlebags unmarked goo
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Lot of leather items. Number one is a pair of old saddlebags unmarked goo
Item number: 16317657 | Lot of leather items. Number one is a pair of old saddlebags unmarked good condition showing sackcloth type interlining with outside pockets on back, good to very good condition. Number two is a Pair of classicold Mexican saddlebags, square bottoms. And three is an Antique leather folder containing many old hand-tied hooks with flies for fishing and a pair of French style WWI era dispatch bags in good condition. Est.:$250-$500
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\n Safari Club inspired coffee table featuring  cast bronze elephant on stone
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Safari Club inspired coffee table featuring cast bronze elephant on stone
Item number: 16317415 | Safari Club inspired coffee table featuring cast bronze elephant on stone base with glass top, no signature or markings visible approx. 22 ¾”x 20”x 36 ½” overall. Very heavy and expensive to crate and ship. We estimate $1000-$1500 crating and shipping by Fedex ground. From the estate of Robert Petersen and out of his Beverly Hills home. Est.: $1,500 -$3,000.
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\n Winchester Model 1873 lever action rifle, .44  W.C.F. cal., 24” octagon bar
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Winchester Model 1873 lever action rifle, .44 W.C.F. cal., 24” octagon bar
Item number: 16317536 | Winchester Model 1873 lever action rifle, .44 W.C.F. cal., 24” octagon barrel, wood stocks, #263070B. This gun is in overall good condition showing an old cleaning to metal surfaces that are returning to a light greypatina with scattered spots of surface erosion and pinprick pitting, front sight missing, good action, good barrel address and caliber marking at breech; fair + bore, stocks are overall good with butt stockshowing lots of wear and scattered old mars, scratches, dings and some splattered old flecks of white paint; an old workhorse that did its part; would benefit from a careful cleaning and oiling. Est.: $800-$1,600.
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\n Western-style Belt and holster rig for 5 ½  inch colt single action marked
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Western-style Belt and holster rig for 5 ½ inch colt single action marked
Item number: 16317658 | Western-style Belt and holster rig for 5 ½ inch colt single action marked made by wild Bill with 44 caliber loops closely resembling Wyoming and Montana rakes of the late 19th century. Approximately 42” belt in very goodcondition . Est.: $200-$400
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\n Hand carved wooden model of Wells Fargo &  Company Overland stage measuring
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Hand carved wooden model of Wells Fargo & Company Overland stage measuring
Item number: 16317416 | Hand carved wooden model of Wells Fargo & Company Overland stage measuring approximately 9 ¼” in height by 15” across the base signed Oscar Cortes dated 1996. This well-known artist from the Riverside areacreated these detailed miniatures for Wells Fargo and Western collectors. The coaches very well detailed metallic in its construction. From the estate of Robert Peterson. Estimate $600-$1,200.
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\n U.S. Springfield Model 1898 Krag bolt action  rifle, .30-40 cal., .30” barr
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U.S. Springfield Model 1898 Krag bolt action rifle, .30-40 cal., .30” barr
Item number: 16317537 | U.S. Springfield Model 1898 Krag bolt action rifle, .30-40 cal., .30” barrel, military blue and case hardened finish, wood stock, sling swivel, #29522. This gun is in overall very good condition showing plum blue patinaon barrel and silvery toning to receiver, very good bore, crisp action, sharp markings and very good wood stock with circle P proof behind trigger guard and clear 1900-dated inspector cartouche on left side of stockabove trigger assembly, some scattered slight mars and scratches from storage; leather sling is present but broken at the rear sling swivel and showing lots of wear and cracking. Est.: $400-$800.
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\n Framed old color advertiser for Warner’s Safe  Nervine pills showing a dams
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Framed old color advertiser for Warner’s Safe Nervine pills showing a dams
Item number: 16317659 | Framed old color advertiser for Warner’s Safe Nervine pills showing a damsel with sword slaying a tiger; approx. 30” x 22” overall promising the product “gives rest & sleep, cures headache & neuralgia, vertigo ordizziness. Is a positive remedy for nervous prostration caused by excessive pains, drinking, mental shocks, overwork, etc.”; in overall good condition and marked at the bottom “Mensing & Stecher, Rochester, N.Y.”;a great decorator and certainly an advertisement that today would have consumer rights attorneys licking their chops to see who could be the first to file the false advertising suit against Mr. Warner and hispill company. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Posthumous casting of Bronco by Remington  signed Roman Bronze Works, NY an
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Posthumous casting of Bronco by Remington signed Roman Bronze Works, NY an
Item number: 16317417 | Posthumous casting of Bronco by Remington signed Roman Bronze Works, NY and copyright marked 1922 for Clinton Shepherd. The bronze measures approx 19” in ht. by 16” not including base. Casting is excellent inquality and so is the patina and we warrant it to be an authentic casting off Roman Bronze Works molds and not a current restrike. From the Estate of Robert Petersen. Est.;$6,000-$12,000.
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\n American Eagle head officers sword circa  about 1830 showing 30” curved bla
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American Eagle head officers sword circa about 1830 showing 30” curved bla
Item number: 16317538 | American Eagle head officers sword circa about 1830 showing 30” curved blade and 35 ½” overall with period associated steel scabbard with brass mounts. The Eagle head shows a cast Federal Eagle at the center ofthe guard with stars above it. The bone grip is shows a crack small losses. The hilt shows a heavy patina. The scabbard is rusting and been with the sword a long time but is slightly oversized. Overall fair to goodcondition. Est.: $250 -$500.
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\n Harpers Ferry Model 1805 flintlock pistol,  .54 caliber, 10-1/16” round bar
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Harpers Ferry Model 1805 flintlock pistol, .54 caliber, 10-1/16” round bar
Item number: 16317418 | Harpers Ferry Model 1805 flintlock pistol, .54 caliber, 10-1/16” round barrel with iron rib below holding an iron ramrod ferrule, brass mountings, lockplate dated 1808, wood stock, #1833. This rare gun is in overallvery good condition showing a brown patina on metal surfaces with scattered spots of erosion on barrel and light pitting around firing area; sharp spread eagle over US on lockplate and sharp HARPERS FERRY 1808markings; dark bore; good to very good wood stock with very good inspector’s cartouche on left side above trigger, some minor old mars and scratches from carry and storage, an old repair to a chip of wood on the backside ofthe grip that was obviously done long ago. The 1805 was the first military handgun manufactured by a national armory; there were only 4,096 made and they were issued in pairs, therefore the highest serial numberwould be 2,048. Only 1,208 1808 dated specimens were made. A key gun for the U.S. martial collector and one that is extremely hard to find in any condition let alone in this quality. Est.: $11,000-$20,000.
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\n Remington Sportsman semi-auto shotgun, 12  gauge, 2-3/4” chamber, modified
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Remington Sportsman semi-auto shotgun, 12 gauge, 2-3/4” chamber, modified
Item number: 16317539 | Remington Sportsman semi-auto shotgun, 12 gauge, 2-3/4” chamber, modified choke, 28” barrel, blue finish, checkered wood stocks, hard rubber butt pad, #731902. This gun is in overall very good condition showing themajority of its original finish, fine bore, action and markings; good wood stocks with some scattered mars and scratches form carry and storage. Est.: $150-$300.
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\n Smith & Wesson 1st Model Schofield Single  Action revolver, .45 cal., 7” ba
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Smith & Wesson 1st Model Schofield Single Action revolver, .45 cal., 7” ba
Item number: 16317419 | Smith & Wesson 1st Model Schofield Single Action revolver, .45 cal., 7” barrel, blue finish, wood grips, #2205. This gun is in overall fine condition showing approx. 70% original finish on the frame, approx. 30%original finish on the barrel assembly and considerable original finish in the flutes of the cylinder; matching serial numbers on the butt strap and back of cylinder, “US” also stamped on the butt strap, fine bore, crispaction, sharp markings, very good to fine grips with visible inspector’s cartouche on left grip, some scattered old scratches and mars on both grips. A very nice and highly desirable Schofield. Est.: $5,000-$10,000.
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\n Lot of 5 misc. skinning knives, all  well-used, some heavily sharpened, one
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Lot of 5 misc. skinning knives, all well-used, some heavily sharpened, one
Item number: 16317660 | Lot of 5 misc. skinning knives, all well-used, some heavily sharpened, one marked “Jordan’s Best, Sheffield, England”, another marked “J.A. Henckels Twinworks, Solingen, Germany”. Est.: $150-$300.
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\n Lot of 5 misc. skinning knives, an iron and  wood pry tool and a miner’s “l
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Lot of 5 misc. skinning knives, an iron and wood pry tool and a miner’s “l
Item number: 16317661 | Lot of 5 misc. skinning knives, an iron and wood pry tool and a miner’s “long tom” or candlestick holder. The knives include one heavily sharpened piece, one Russell Green River Works, one Case XX, and two I.Wilson’s, one of which appears to be of newer manufacture; the pry tool shows considerable age and the candlestick holder appears hand forged and is marked “CALIFORNIA”. Est.: $150-$300.
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\n Remington SxS exposed hammers shotgun, 16  gauge, 30” barrels, checkered wo
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Remington SxS exposed hammers shotgun, 16 gauge, 30” barrels, checkered wo
Item number: 16317540 | Remington SxS exposed hammers shotgun, 16 gauge, 30” barrels, checkered wood stocks, #17661. This gun is in overall fair condition with a brown patina on metal surfaces, dark bores with several old dents in the barrels,actions working, double triggers, worn but complete stocks, correct Remington checkered hard rubber butt plate showing crack at lower portion; a nice display piece. Est.: $100-$200.
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\n Lot including a box of Federal Cartridge  Corp. 12 gauge Hi-Power shot shel
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Lot including a box of Federal Cartridge Corp. 12 gauge Hi-Power shot shel
Item number: 16317662 | Lot including a box of Federal Cartridge Corp. 12 gauge Hi-Power shot shells marked HP127, EQUIV. 3-3/4 DRS. 1-1/40z. 6 in very good condition and a Peters Cartridge Co. Salesman’s sample box of 6 cartridges, 5skeletonized with “windows” showing the interior loads in overall very good condition; both contained in an old Montecruz cigar box and with a wooden shipping crate, approx. 15” x 8” x 9” for Peters HighVelocity 16 gauge shotgun shells. Est.: $150-$300.
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\n Finely engraved Remington New Model Army  percussion revolver, .44 cal., 8”
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Finely engraved Remington New Model Army percussion revolver, .44 cal., 8”
Item number: 16317420 | Finely engraved Remington New Model Army percussion revolver, .44 cal., 8” octagon barrel, showing an old restoration to the silver and gold finish, wood grips, #26091. This gun is in overall fine condition showing the majority of its silver finish to the frame, barrel and straps and the majority of the gold finish remaining on the cylinder, rammer, hammer and trigger; extensive coverage in the New York scroll styleincluding coverage of the loading lever, cylinder, straps and hammer in addition to the usual frame and barrel coverage; fine bore, crisp action, sharp markings and overall fine grips with fine graining. Est.: $4,000-$8,000.
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\n Colt New Army civilian DA revolver (last  patent date Mar. 5. 95.), .38 cal
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Colt New Army civilian DA revolver (last patent date Mar. 5. 95.), .38 cal
Item number: 16317541 | Colt New Army civilian DA revolver (last patent date Mar. 5. 95.), .38 cal., 6” barrel, blue finish, checkered hard rubber grips, #160758. This gun is in overall very good to near fine condition showing approx.70% original blue with crisp action and markings, fair bore and very good grips. Est.: $500-$1,000.
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\n Palmetto Arms Co. top break single shot  shotgun, 16 gauge, 29-3/4” barrel,
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Palmetto Arms Co. top break single shot shotgun, 16 gauge, 29-3/4” barrel,
Item number: 16317663 | Palmetto Arms Co. top break single shot shotgun, 16 gauge, 29-3/4” barrel, brown patina, wood stocks, #NVSN. This gun is in overall good condition showing a brown patina on metal surfaces, fair bore, good action,wood stocks are fair to good as refinished with repair at the front of the butt stock by the upper tang and a slight crack behind the upper tang a the wrist. Est.: $125-$175.
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\n Parker Brothers 12 gauge GHE grade factory  special ordered skeet gun made
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Parker Brothers 12 gauge GHE grade factory special ordered skeet gun made
Item number: 16317421 | Parker Brothers 12 gauge GHE grade factory special ordered skeet gun made by Remington remaining in fine to near excellent condition, serial number 241791. The gun shows 26” barrels with ventilated rib, single trigger, auto ejectors, beaver tail forend, pistol grip stock, skeleton butt plate with checkered inset panel. The gun shows 95% to 98% original blue and case hardening with just some slight handling and minor use. Thestocks are also fine to near excellent showing a nice burled wood grain. The barrels are both choked cylinder or skeet. The stock measures 14” to the end of the wood and is factory die mentions with no appreciableoddities. The stock shows just minor handling and is near excellent condition. The gun locks tight and bores are very bright. A collectors grade Parker with desirable configurations. Est.: $7,000 -$14,000.
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\n E.J. Churchill utility XXV easy opening model  12 gauge; double barrel S x
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E.J. Churchill utility XXV easy opening model 12 gauge; double barrel S x
Item number: 16317300 | E.J. Churchill utility XXV easy opening model 12 gauge; double barrel S x S shotgun with box lock action and auto ejectors, serial #5959. The barrels measure 25" in length and gun shows a straight style English stockwith thick hard rubber pad added. The stock measures 13-1/4" to the end of the wood, 14-3/8" to the end of the thick pad. The gun shows fine scroll engraving, double triggers, beaver tail fore end and remains in near fine condition with 90-95% original blue and case hardening. The stocks are near fine with crisp checkering. The gun locks tight and shows a little use. The left barrel is full choked (.28) and the rightbarrel is modified choked (.18). The stock shows a 2-1/2\' drop at the heel and 1-7/8" drop at the comb. The left barrel shows .33 thickness and right barrel shows .26 thickness. An attractive English double. From the Robert E. Petersen Estate. Est.;$2,500-$5,000.
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\n Colt U.S. Army Model 1894 DA revolver, .38  cal., 6” barrel, blue finish, w
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Colt U.S. Army Model 1894 DA revolver, .38 cal., 6” barrel, blue finish, w
Item number: 16317542 | Colt U.S. Army Model 1894 DA revolver, .38 cal., 6” barrel, blue finish, wood grips, #61212. This gun is in overall very good condition showing approx. 45% original finish, good bore, action and markings, somescattered spots of erosion, good grips with faint traces of inspector’s cartouches. Est.: $500-$1,000.
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\n Remington Rolling Block single shot rifle cut  down to carbine size, .50 ca
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Remington Rolling Block single shot rifle cut down to carbine size, .50 ca
Item number: 16317664 | Remington Rolling Block single shot rifle cut down to carbine size, .50 cal., 23” barrel, wood stocks, sling swivels, #2417. This gun is in overall good condition showing an anchor mark on the barrel at the breech and P proof in front of rear sight on top of barrel, left side of receiver shows what appears to be Egyptian markings; good bore and action, wood is overall good with replaced fore stock. Est.: $150-$300.
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\n Parker Brothers 410 gauge shotgun in VHE  Grade upgraded to DHE Grade by Ru
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Parker Brothers 410 gauge shotgun in VHE Grade upgraded to DHE Grade by Ru
Item number: 16317422 | Parker Brothers 410 gauge shotgun in VHE Grade upgraded to DHE Grade by Runge Del Greco, serial number 237895 on OOO frame. The gun remains in near fine condition as upgraded with approximately 90% to 95%restored finish showing some loss on the trigger guard and edges. This Parker shows 27” barrels and 43 ¼” overall with an English style straight stock and checkered butt with semi beaver tail forend. The stock measures13 ½” from the single trigger to the end of the wood. The gun is choked cylinder in both barrels. There is a slight cast of ¼” at the heel and 1/8” at the comb. Otherwise standard factory dimensions. The wood fits the metalwell with slight scratches and well done restorations. A very attractive and good looking Parker and .410s are rare in any grade or configuration. Est. $7,000-$14,000.
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\n Pair of ornate and unusual cast metal and  nickel plated needle fire single
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Pair of ornate and unusual cast metal and nickel plated needle fire single
Item number: 16317301 | Pair of ornate and unusual cast metal and nickel plated needle fire single shot pistols with markings on top of frame L. Joalland & Cie Bte. S. G. O. G. This pair remain in very good condition showing 80% to 90% of theoriginal nickel plate showing some peeling and small losses with some small flaws in the casting. The pair show very ornate scrolls and dragons and are quite attractive. Besides the signature on the top of the frames theyare marked in a cartouche on the front of trigger guards. The actions are an ingenious type whereas the trigger guard releases and swings up and exposes the single shot breech which cocks on closing. They measure 10 ½”and approximately 11 mm needle fire. A true oddity of which we could not even find a reference in a book let alone a pair! Est.: $2,500-$5,000.
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\n Colt Model 1877 ejectorless DA revolver, .38  cal., 2-1/2” etched panel bar
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Colt Model 1877 ejectorless DA revolver, .38 cal., 2-1/2” etched panel bar
Item number: 16317543 | Colt Model 1877 ejectorless DA revolver, .38 cal., 2-1/2” etched panel barrel, nickel finish, checkered hard rubber grips, #21312 with stock tooled leather holster. This gun is in overall very good condition showingconsiderable original frosty nickel finish, good markings including the majority of its etched panel, good action at time of description, dark bore, grips are worn with right grip showing an old repair where thelower half had been broken in two places; flap holster is overall good. Est.: $500-$1,000.
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\n Framed Acme Breweries color print on  hardboard showing Western scene, appr
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Framed Acme Breweries color print on hardboard showing Western scene, appr
Item number: 16317665 | Framed Acme Breweries color print on hardboard showing Western scene, approx. 22” x 28” overall in very good condition and signed Claude Buck, 1945 in lower left hand corner; a great decorator for the gunroom orWestern theme den or bar. Est.: $100-$200.
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\n Colt Single Action Army revolver, Sheriffs  Model, .45 colt caliber, factor
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Colt Single Action Army revolver, Sheriffs Model, .45 colt caliber, factor
Item number: 16317423 | Colt Single Action Army revolver, Sheriffs Model, .45 colt caliber, factory 3 ½” barrel, serial number 166943. This single action retains 10% to 20% original blue and case hardened finish within a natural gray tobrown patina. The address and caliber markings are good. There is some scattered light to moderate erosion and pinprick pitting. The front sight has been altered slightly and reduced but shows considerableoriginal blue. The grips show even wear and fit impeccably. All matching serial numbers. Good action and fair bore. This Colt has been in a local collection for a period of more than 50 years and has never been lettered bythe Colt factory. We will guarantee it to be an original Sheriffs Model and the shipping location may prove interesting. Est.: $7,000-$14,000.
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\n Early English Navy case with raised  compartment for capper and red velvete
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Early English Navy case with raised compartment for capper and red velvete
Item number: 16317302 | Early English Navy case with raised compartment for capper and red velveteen lined with oak exterior and brass mounts. This case will take an early London Navy or square back. The interior of the case is invery good condition showing some normal fading, slight impressions and just minor age. The case in our opinion would go well with a pistol retaining up to 80% original finish. The case retains its originalcompartment cover along with large-size cap tin showing full label and a blued and unmarked .36 caliber mold that is very similar to Colt but shows no markings and has some pitting. The exterior of the box is ingood to very good condition and retains all brass hardware. A very desirable Colt accessory that is absolutely genuine. Est.: $2,500-$5,000.
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\n Colt New Pocket DA revolver, .32 cal., 2-1/2”  barrel, blue finish, checker
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Colt New Pocket DA revolver, .32 cal., 2-1/2” barrel, blue finish, checker
Item number: 16317544 | Colt New Pocket DA revolver, .32 cal., 2-1/2” barrel, blue finish, checkered hard rubber grips, #84 with tooled leather holster; gun is in overall good to very good condition showing traces of original finish inprotected areas, good action and markings, good bore, worn but good grips; holster is in overall fair condition. Est.: $500-$1,000.
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\n Tin advertising sign, approx. 18-1/2” x 15”  in color, circa 1940’s-1950’s
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Tin advertising sign, approx. 18-1/2” x 15” in color, circa 1940’s-1950’s
Item number: 16317666 | Tin advertising sign, approx. 18-1/2” x 15” in color, circa 1940’s-1950’s advertising Duxbak “serviceable clothes for life in the open” showing mallard ducks in flight and promising “Sheds water like a Duck’s Back”;in overall good condition with minor wear and a couple creases. Est.: $75-$150.
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\n Colt Single Action Army revolver .44-40  caliber, 4 ¾” barrel, blue and cas
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Colt Single Action Army revolver .44-40 caliber, 4 ¾” barrel, blue and cas
Item number: 16317424 | Colt Single Action Army revolver .44-40 caliber, 4 ¾” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, hard rubber Eagle grips, serial number 126876. The left side of the barrel shows desirable etched panel which is clearly visible. This Colt retains 50% to 60% original blue and case hardened finish which is evenly drifting and aging. There is some brilliant blue and case hardening in protected areas. The grips fit impeccably and are in very good plus condition. There are a few scratches on the underside of the barrel and ejector rod housing. The markings are sharp and crisp. The front sight is nearly its full height with bright original blueremaining on the blade. The action is tight and the bore is bright. This single action Colt has been in a local collection for more than 50 years and no colt letter has been ordered on this number to this date. May show an interesting shipping location. Est.: $6,000-$12,000
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\n Fine custom rifle on Model 30 Remington  Express action made by Abe & Van H
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Fine custom rifle on Model 30 Remington Express action made by Abe & Van H
Item number: 16317303 | Fine custom rifle on Model 30 Remington Express action made by Abe & Van Horn of Los Angeles, CA in 460 Guns and Ammo express caliber on special order for noted collector and big game hunter Robert E. Petersen.Petersen of course was the publisher and CEO of Guns & Ammo Magazine and this rifle was the subject of articles and a labor of love involving Petersen, Abe and Van Horn. The rifle measures 45-1/2” overall with a 24”heavy round barrel mounted with short rib for adjustable iron sight with matching ramp front sight base showing removable and changeable bead. The bolt and release have been case hardened and the action engraved “G & A, EXP. No S1” which signifies Guns and Ammo Express No. 1. The rifle is beautifully stocked in walnut with grain select for strength. The stock is satin finished with crisp checkering and select rosewood fore end cap. The pistol grip cap shows a cast brass inlay with G & A logo. The rifle is finely rust blued and shows the fine quality of both Abe and Van Horn are noted for and Mr. Petersen regarded their work on Big Game
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\n Lot of 2 authentic U.S. military leather flap  holsters including a single
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Lot of 2 authentic U.S. military leather flap holsters including a single
Item number: 16317545 | Lot of 2 authentic U.S. military leather flap holsters including a single position flap holster with three rivet belt loop in overall fair + to good condition with muzzle plug still present and a two position flap holster (for Colt Single Action or Smith & Wesson Schofield) with three rivet belt loop in well-worn condition showing general cracking and flaking. Est.: $500-$1,000.
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\n Lot of 8 small silver spoons with ornate  Eagles on handle and portrait of
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Lot of 8 small silver spoons with ornate Eagles on handle and portrait of
Item number: 16317667 | Lot of 8 small silver spoons with ornate Eagles on handle and portrait of cabin or home on reverse. The spoons show hallmarks and are engraved MTA. Very possibly early American from the Eagle design. Est.: $300-600
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\n Sharps Derringer in .30 caliber rimfire,  serial number 8700. The Derringer
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Sharps Derringer in .30 caliber rimfire, serial number 8700. The Derringer
Item number: 16317425 | Sharps Derringer in .30 caliber rimfire, serial number 8700. The Derringer remains in original very good condition with approximately 50% to 70% original blue with some minor erosion and natural aging. Theframe is fairly crisp with good markings and an uncleaned patina. The grips fit impeccably and show just minor aging. The action works well and the firing pin is revolving. Est.: $350-$700.
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\n Colt Single Action Army revolver .45 Colt  caliber, 4 ¾” barrel, finely Oak
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Colt Single Action Army revolver .45 Colt caliber, 4 ¾” barrel, finely Oak
Item number: 16317304 | Colt Single Action Army revolver .45 Colt caliber, 4 ¾” barrel, finely Oakleaf scroll engraved in classic German style signed Kurt Jaeger – Mainz. Serial number 34262 SA .This mid-1950s single action shows the signatureof one of the best recognized master gun makers in Germany at this time. Gen. Curtis LeMay was an investor along with several other Air Force officers in the Jaeger gun making and engraving firm. The top of theback strap shows fancy initials G.M. G. The pistol is European rust blued with engraving polished to a satin color to highlight the workmanship. The engraving is also silver inlaid in flush line borders. The pistol ismounted with well made custom ivory grips that fit impeccably. The hammer and trigger are engine turned or jeweled. The action is good and the bore is excellent. The pistol remains in excellent condition as restored at time of engraving. Est.: $2,750-$5,500.
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\n Lot of 7 misc. Western leather holsters,  mostly for large frame single act
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Lot of 7 misc. Western leather holsters, mostly for large frame single act
Item number: 16317546 | Lot of 7 misc. Western leather holsters, mostly for large frame single action revolvers including a double loop marked “38” 6-1/2” with “114” stock number; a tooled single loop with design of a rider on horse;a heavy modified leather double loop with rawhide trim and cactus tooling design; a tooled basketweave double loop; a tooled single loop for a medium frame; a nice double loop with border tooling and a semi-slim Jim style holster with Texas star on the front; a nice group of holsters from an old collection. Est.: $400-$800.
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\n Lot consisting of Indian made knife with  three braided leather whips. The
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Lot consisting of Indian made knife with three braided leather whips. The
Item number: 16317668 | Lot consisting of Indian made knife with three braided leather whips. The knife shows an old thin trade steel type blade with leather wrapped handle and Fringe also showing small brass tacks. Est.: $100-$300
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\n Browning Model 1878 single shot falling block  rifle 40-70 straight sharps
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Browning Model 1878 single shot falling block rifle 40-70 straight sharps
Item number: 16317426 | Browning Model 1878 single shot falling block rifle 40-70 straight sharps caliber with 30” barrel marked “Browning Bros., Ogden U.T., Pat Oct 7th ’79” serial #313. The rifle remains in good to very good conditionshowing a brown patina finish, some scattered light erosion and pinprick pitting. Some marks on the barrel and normal frontier type use. The front sight is a blade made from antler in the original base. The rear sightis standard Browning type in its original dove tail. The bore is at least very good and the interior shows use but no abuse. The butt stock shows normal wear, some weathering, small losses, darkened areas andabout good overall. Only approx 500 Browning rifles were made and they were one of the few arms fully made on the frontier. They were favorites of Mormon pioneers headed west and most that have been found have been well used. Estimated that less than one hundred still exist. Est.;$15,000-$30,000.
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\n Colt Gold Cup National Match .45 ACP caliber  semi-automatic pistol fully a
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Colt Gold Cup National Match .45 ACP caliber semi-automatic pistol fully a
Item number: 16317305 | Colt Gold Cup National Match .45 ACP caliber semi-automatic pistol fully and finely ornate scroll engraved with high relief gold inlay in African and hunting scenes with silver accents, serial number 6076NM. The Colt ismounted with fine medallion pearl grips and the right grip is carved in high relief in the form of a Gecko lizard. The left side of the slide shows zebra being stalked by a lion and the right side of the slide shows aman with rifle hunting antelope. The balance of the frame and slide are very finely deep scroll engraved. The coverage is extensive and very little of the metal surfaces are not engraved. The condition is fine to excellent as restored at time of engraving. The bore is excellent and the national match barrel and Gold Cup small parts are all retained. From the personal collection of Ben G. Lane master engraver who admired this artwork butcould never identify the engraver. Est.: $2,750-$5,500.
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\n Colt U.S. Army Model 1892 DA revolver, .38  cal., 6” barrel, blue finish, w
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Colt U.S. Army Model 1892 DA revolver, .38 cal., 6” barrel, blue finish, w
Item number: 16317547 | Colt U.S. Army Model 1892 DA revolver, .38 cal., 6” barrel, blue finish, wood grips, #373. This gun is in overall good condition showing a plum brown patina with scattered spots of erosion and scattered pinprickpitting; good action, worn bore with some spots of pitting; good markings and overall worn but good grips showing small corner losses. Est.: $400-$800.
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\n Fisherman’s lot consisting of old Creel,  fly’s, fly rod, lures and a Shake
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Fisherman’s lot consisting of old Creel, fly’s, fly rod, lures and a Shake
Item number: 16317669 | Fisherman’s lot consisting of old Creel, fly’s, fly rod, lures and a Shakespeare reel. Fair condition all showing use and aging. Est.: $100-$300
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\n Important factory engraved and inscribed Colt  SAA revolver, .45 cal., 5-1/
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Important factory engraved and inscribed Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 5-1/
Item number: 16317427 | Important factory engraved and inscribed Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 5-1/2” barrel, silver plated, pearl grips, #317834 with presentation on right side of barrel “Presented to Tim O’Leary by Citizens of LasVegas, N.M. April 1911”, accompanied by a Special Officer badge of the A.T. & S.F. RY., both displayed in a wood and glass display case and 3-ring binder of extensive information, photos, news articles anddocuments related to O’Leary and his extensive career in Western law enforcement. Also included is a Colt factory letter confirming caliber, barrel length, factory engraving and factory inscription, sold toGross Kelly & Company, address “Unavailable”; shipped to Simmons Hardware Co., St. Louis, MO on May 25, 1911, one gun in shipment. This beautifully engraved Single Action is in overall fine condition showing the majorityof its silver finish, matching visible serial numbers, “SF RR” stamping on the butt and above the frame serial number in small letters, fine bore, crisp action, sharp markings, beautiful period iridescent smooth
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\n Colt Model 1908 25ACP cal, pocket auto fully  and finely scroll engraved wi
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Colt Model 1908 25ACP cal, pocket auto fully and finely scroll engraved wi
Item number: 16317306 | Colt Model 1908 25ACP cal, pocket auto fully and finely scroll engraved with flush gold inlays surrounding the engraving and (gray ghost) colored composite grips which are engraved and inked to match. The pistol isalso accented with silver inlays which have tarnished to blue and blend with the background. The pistol is fully engraved even around the muzzle. The Colt has been high polished blued in a European Royal blue andthe Colt markings removed as to allow more surface for engraving. The trigger and breech end of barrel have been engine turned. The action is good, the bore is good, serial #78505. The engraving and inlay has a European influence similar to Browning engravers best work. A very pretty little gun, fine to excellent condition as refurbished at time of engraving. Est.;$2,000-$4,000.
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\n Winchester Model 1890 pump action rifle, .22  W.R.F. cal., 24” octagon barr
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Winchester Model 1890 pump action rifle, .22 W.R.F. cal., 24” octagon barr
Item number: 16317548 | Winchester Model 1890 pump action rifle, .22 W.R.F. cal., 24” octagon barrel, blue finish, wood stocks, #556680. This gun is in overall very good to near fine condition showing approx. 70% original finish, very good +bore, crisp action and markings, very good wood with an old gouge to the right side of the wrist of the butt stock and some scattered scratches and mars from storage. Est.: $400-$800.
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\n Winchester Model 1866 Henry marked saddle  ring carbine, serial number 1750
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Winchester Model 1866 Henry marked saddle ring carbine, serial number 1750
Item number: 16317428 | Winchester Model 1866 Henry marked saddle ring carbine, serial number 17505 in very good original condition with all matching serial numbers. The barrel and magazine tube show 20% to 40% original blue within a brownpatina, good sharp edges and crisp barrel address. The markings and edges are very sharp and there is just a small amount of erosion and pinprick pitting just starting along with light normal aging. The frameshows a uncleaned patina with well fitted side plates and only slight edge wear. The stocks are very good with some minor weathering and opening to the grain. The wood to metal fit is very good. The loading gateshows considerable original blue and the hammer and lever show traces of case hardening within their brown patina. The sights and bands are completely correct. The action is good and the bore is fair with aslight ring about halfway down. A strong 7 ½ on 1 to 10 scale and a very hard 1866 Henry marked carbine to improve or upgrade as they are very rare and expensive in any better condition. Note ** Henry rifles were made up
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\n Large original bronze of bull elephant signed  Van Howd, approx. 37” in hei
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Large original bronze of bull elephant signed Van Howd, approx. 37” in hei
Item number: 16317307 | Large original bronze of bull elephant signed T.O. "Terry Matthews, approx. 37” in height by 40” across base in length and approx. 100 pounds or more in weight. The condition is fine to excellent. From the estate of RobertPetersen. The bronze is numbered but not clearly; possibly #1. Est.: $2,500-$5,000.
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\n Model 1860 U.S. Staff Officer’s sword and  scabbard with inscription on sca
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Model 1860 U.S. Staff Officer’s sword and scabbard with inscription on sca
Item number: 16317549 | Model 1860 U.S. Staff Officer’s sword and scabbard with inscription on scabbard “First Lieut. William Jarvie, Jr., U.S. Volunteer Signal Corps. from A.C.J.”; blade is etched and by F.J. Heibrger of Washington, D.C.; inoverall good condition with some scattered spots of erosion; nice patina to brass guard, grip and pommel, rayskin wire wrapped grip, polished nickel scabbard; recipient of sword should be researched further. Est.:$250-$500.
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\n 1874 Sharps rifle in. 44-77 caliber with  straight case shipped to Carlos G
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1874 Sharps rifle in. 44-77 caliber with straight case shipped to Carlos G
Item number: 16317429 | 1874 Sharps rifle in. 44-77 caliber with straight case shipped to Carlos Gove in Denver, Colorado, serial number 158420. The rifle shows a slightly heavier than standard octagon barrel measuring 30” and is mountedwith a period venier type tang sight that has adjustments for both windage and elevation. The barrel shows a typical Sharp type rear sight with target type front sight. The barrel shows him 70% to 80% original blueturning to brown with some scattered light erosion and pinprick pitting. The frame shows 10% to 20% case hardening drifting to a silvery gray with some mottled patina and natural finish. The stocks are good to verygood with just slight normal aging and a very good wood to metal fit. The markings are sharp, the edges are crisp, the action is tight and the bore is near excellent. A far above average Western shipped Sharps from amajor Southern California collector. Weight Approximately 14.25 pounds total. Est.: $7,000-$14,000.
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\n Original oil painting on canvas signed lower  right E. F. Ward and titled o
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Original oil painting on canvas signed lower right E. F. Ward and titled o
Item number: 16317308 | Original oil painting on canvas signed lower right E. F. Ward and titled on back “There Goes My Lines”. Edmund Franklin Ward was born in 1892 and lived until 1991. His long career started before he was 20 when he began illustrating for Saturday Evening Post. He also for many years he illustrated the Alexander Botts and assistant district attorney Doowinkle series for the Saturday evening Post. He was born in White Plains,New York and he studied at the art students League with Norman Rockwell with whom he shared a studio. Among his teachers were Thomas Fogarty, Edward Dufner and George Bridgman. He was a member of the SalmagundiClub and a member of the Guild of freelance artists and was a member of the Society of illustrators. His top prices at auction has been $16,100 and many in his time compared his artwork to be in a league approachingNorman Rockwell. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.
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\n Antique bullet board featuring Kynoch  cartridges, shotgun shells, powder c
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Antique bullet board featuring Kynoch cartridges, shotgun shells, powder c
Item number: 16317309 | Antique bullet board featuring Kynoch cartridges, shotgun shells, powder cans and various ammunitions. The exterior dimensions are 38” x 26”. The glass has been broken and the frame is scratched and marred but all the cartridges seem to be present. A nice board that would improve significantly with minor restoration of glass particularly if it could be restored with the Kynoch name. Est.: $750- $1,500.
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\n Bronze statue of a Shogun warrior, approx.  19” in height with great detail
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Bronze statue of a Shogun warrior, approx. 19” in height with great detail
Item number: 16317670 | Bronze statue of a Shogun warrior, approx. 19” in height with great detail and nice patina, in our opinion, at least 100 years old or older; according to consignor, acquired from Asia Arts in Bangkok, Thailandon April 3, 1993. Est.: $500-$1,000.
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\n Winchester Model 290 semi-auto rifle, .22  short, long or long rifle cal.,
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Winchester Model 290 semi-auto rifle, .22 short, long or long rifle cal.,
Item number: 16317671 | Winchester Model 290 semi-auto rifle, .22 short, long or long rifle cal., 20-3/4” barrel, blue finish, checkered wood stocks, #B870880. This gun is in overall fine condition showing little use, approx. 99%original finish, fine bore, action, markings and wood. Est.: $125-$250.
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\n Ridabock & Co., New York, U.S. officer’s  sword and scabbard; sword is over
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Ridabock & Co., New York, U.S. officer’s sword and scabbard; sword is over
Item number: 16317550 | Ridabock & Co., New York, U.S. officer’s sword and scabbard; sword is overall very good with etched blade and some scattered spots of erosion, nicely cast brass guard and pommel, rayskin grip with wire wrap; metalscabbard with decorative gold colored hangers and drag; a nice piece for the turn-of-the-century 1800s to 1900s. Est.: $400-$800.
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\n Browning patent “Ranger” model pump action  shotgun, 16 gauge, full choke,
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Browning patent “Ranger” model pump action shotgun, 16 gauge, full choke,
Item number: 16317672 | Browning patent “Ranger” model pump action shotgun, 16 gauge, full choke, 28” barrel, blue finish, checkered wood stocks, #7371. This gun is in overall good uncleaned condition showing considerable muted original blue finish, good bore, action, markings and wood stocks; should improve with a careful cleaning. Est.: $100-$200.
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\n Alexander Henry double rifle with Jones under  lever type release in .450 –
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Alexander Henry double rifle with Jones under lever type release in .450 –
Item number: 16317430 | Alexander Henry double rifle with Jones under lever type release in .450 – 400 3 ¼” express caliber. Serial number 1581. The rifle is proofed for black powder loads and shows a 29” barrel and is nearly 46” overall. The bottom of the frame is engraved converted by D & J Fraser. Both the lock plates and barrels show Alex Henry signature. The barrels retain 75% to 85% of their original brown finish with good patterning to the steel and the barrels some slight loss at the edges. The rifle has been fitted with later front and rear sights that are neatly done and probably by British gunsmith. The locks and frame show 50% to 70% casehardening drifting to silver and is still colorful. The trigger guard shows strong traces of original blue as does the lever. The frame and lever mounts are all nicely engraved matching to the pistol grip capwhich shows most of his original blue finish. The action is very tight and the gun locks up perfectly. The bores are bright and the rifle has seen little use. The stocks are a select walnut with good grain showing crisp
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\n Engraved British Webley No. 2 “Bull Dog” DA  revolver, .450 CF cal., 2-1/2”
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Engraved British Webley No. 2 “Bull Dog” DA revolver, .450 CF cal., 2-1/2”
Item number: 16317551 | Engraved British Webley No. 2 “Bull Dog” DA revolver, .450 CF cal., 2-1/2” barrel, blue finish, checkered wood grips, #23905. This gun is in overall very good condition showing approx. 20% original blue with balance goneto a grey patina with some scattered spots of erosion and pinprick pitting, good action and markings including the desirable LIDDLE & KAEDING, SAN FRANCISCO agent’s stamping on the top strap of the frame, dark bore, verygood grips. These guns were popular with the sporting crowd and just about anyone in San Francisco during the 1870’s to 1890’s as a powerful pocket size “equalizer”; Bob Dalton had one in his vest pocket when he and hisgang failed in their attempt to rob two banks in Coffeyville, Kansas in 1892 and George Custer was reported to have been carrying a pair of Bull Dogs at the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Est.: $400-$800.
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\n Smith & Wesson DA top break revolver, .38  cal., 3-1/4” barrel, checkered h
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Smith & Wesson DA top break revolver, .38 cal., 3-1/4” barrel, checkered h
Item number: 16317673 | Smith & Wesson DA top break revolver, .38 cal., 3-1/4” barrel, checkered hard rubber grips, #44485. This gun is in well-worn condition showing a heavy dark patina with scattered moderate pitting near the muzzle,action not working, bore dark, grips worn and showing several old losses; would be good for display in a shadow box. Est.: $100-$200.
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\n Winchester Model 21 Custom Pigeon Grade  engraved ( 1 of 6 made) SxS shotgu
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Winchester Model 21 Custom Pigeon Grade engraved ( 1 of 6 made) SxS shotgu
Item number: 16317431 | Winchester Model 21 Custom Pigeon Grade engraved ( 1 of 6 made) SxS shotgun, 20 gauge, 3” chamber, 28” ventilated rib barrels with top rib at breech marked “Custom Built By Winchester for Richard S. Mertz”, bluefinish, three game scene panels on receiver, deluxe checkered wood stocks, #32689, accompanied by a Browning luggage style carry case. This beautiful and highly desirable Model 21 is in overall fine condition showing the majority of its custom blue finish, minty bores, crisp actions, finely accomplished engraving, gold single trigger, 14-1/4” length of pull; fine deluxe wood stocks showing some slight freckling to thefinish on the left side of the butt stock; gold inlaid “Pigeon Grade” on the pistol grip cap, gold inlaid initials “RSM” on the trigger guard. The Browning case is overall very good and holds the Winchester nicely. Arare opportunity to own a very special Model 21. Est.: $6,000-$12,000.
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\n Lot of 10 boxes of collector ammo, mostly  partials, several full, includin
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Lot of 10 boxes of collector ammo, mostly partials, several full, includin
Item number: 16317310 | Lot of 10 boxes of collector ammo, mostly partials, several full, including Winchester, Western, Remington-UMC, Peters and Union Metallic Cartridge Co. makers in a variety of calibers including .32 S&W, .41LC, .32 short Colt, .357 Magnum; also a .303 Savage shell resizing tool in box. Est.: $200-$400.
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\n Customized Springfield Armory M1 Garand  semi-auto rifle, .30 cal., 24” bar
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Customized Springfield Armory M1 Garand semi-auto rifle, .30 cal., 24” bar
Item number: 16317552 | Customized Springfield Armory M1 Garand semi-auto rifle, .30 cal., 24” barrel dated 9-41, mat black re-finish, wood stock, Hunter leather sling, #4260114. This rifle is in overall very good condition as customizedwith a crisp action, very good bore, sharp markings, added ramp front sight, Williams adjustable rear receiver mounted sight, nickeled trigger guard, trigger shoe added, FAJEN brand butt plate, very good custom wood stock. Est.: $350-$700.
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\n Winchester Model 1902 single shot bolt action  rifle, .22 short, long or ex
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Winchester Model 1902 single shot bolt action rifle, .22 short, long or ex
Item number: 16317674 | Winchester Model 1902 single shot bolt action rifle, .22 short, long or extra long cal., 18” barrel, blue finish, wood stock, #NVSN. This gun is in overall good condition showing traces of original blue on barrel, goodbore, crisp action and markings, very good wood with correct checkered hard rubber butt plate. Est.: $100-$200.
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\n Colt U.S. Cavalry Model SAA revolver, .45  cal., 7-1/2” barrel, blue finish
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Colt U.S. Cavalry Model SAA revolver, .45 cal., 7-1/2” barrel, blue finish
Item number: 16317432 | Colt U.S. Cavalry Model SAA revolver, .45 cal., 7-1/2” barrel, blue finish, wood grips, #546. This early Ainsworth inspected Colt is in overall good condition showing some freshening to some serial numbers, earlysingle action features, good bore, italic style barrel address, grey patina on metal surfaces with some spots of erosion, brass ejector rod spring; wood grips are worn but overall good with some losses to the toes,mars and scratches from carry and use, no visible cartouches and some old trimming to the bottom of each grip; overall fit of the grips to the straps is close but likely not original to this gun. A very early CavalryModel that is hard-to-find in any condition. Est.: $6,000-$12,000.
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\n Colt .58 caliber rifle musket dated 1864 in  original near fine original co
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Colt .58 caliber rifle musket dated 1864 in original near fine original co
Item number: 16317311 | Colt .58 caliber rifle musket dated 1864 in original near fine original condition showing bright metal and sharp inspectors cartouches with original bayonet and scabbard. The metal surfaces show their original un-cleaned bright metal finish with just a small amount of beginning light erosion and which has not been cleaned. The edges of the lock are crisp and markings are very sharp including Eagle. The rear sight shows most of itsoriginal quenched arsenal blue type finish. The stock shows 2 small areas of wood filler where a tang sight was neatly removed. The small holes show about a 5 mm area of this wood filler in a round circle (from screws).The remainder of the stock is in very good plus to near fine condition with 2 razor-sharp cartouches and just a few minor dents and gouges. The bore is crisp and bright. The bayonet metal is in very goodcondition with some minor pitting and an original brass tipped scabbard in very good condition with leather hanger is included. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.
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\n 16th to 17th century Northern European pole  ax head with well-marked blade
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16th to 17th century Northern European pole ax head with well-marked blade
Item number: 16317553 | 16th to 17th century Northern European pole ax head with well-marked blade and on an old shortened shaft. The edge measures 10 ¼” and blade measures 6” from back to front edge. The condition is good showing sharpening andlosses at the tip. Normal pitting and aging. The blade shows deeply stamped makers mark one of which is very legible with a large I S and is hot stamped. The shaft is 19th-century or earlier and has beenshortened for hand use to approximately 13 ¼”. These axes where used as weapons and tools. Good blades and metal objects were never thrown away and many old surplus items were traded in the new world. Est.: $350-$700
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\n Harrington & Richardson top break single shot  shotgun, .410 gauge-.44 cal.
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Harrington & Richardson top break single shot shotgun, .410 gauge-.44 cal.
Item number: 16317675 | Harrington & Richardson top break single shot shotgun, .410 gauge-.44 cal., 24-1/2” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, wood stocks, checkered hard rubber butt pad, #A11429. This gun is in overall goodcondition showing a plum brown patina to barrel and silvery tone to receiver with hints of case color, bore shows some scattered pitting, action and markings crisp, wood is good. Est.: $100-$200.
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\n W & C. Scott and Son premier grade double –  barreled SxS shotgun with pate
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W & C. Scott and Son premier grade double – barreled SxS shotgun with pate
Item number: 16317433 | W & C. Scott and Son premier grade double – barreled SxS shotgun with patented crystal indicator windows. 12 gauge with two sets of original Damascus barrels remaining in near fine original condition serial number 39577.The first set of barrels measure 30” in length with 2 ½” chambers choked .20 for modified left and 0 for cylinder right. The second set measure 30” and are choked modified and modified and show almost no usewith 95% to 98% bright original tobacco brown finish and serial numbered to match with near fine bores. The stock measures 14 ½” to the end of a English type pad and nearly 14 inches to the end of the wood. There is a 3 ¼ inch drop at the heel with a 2 inch drop at the comb and a slight quarter inch cast off. The wall thickness measures .26 left barrel and .33 right barrel. The barrels retain 90% to 95% of their original light brown finishwith some minor scratches and just beginning slight aging. Approximately 95% of the Damascus pattern shows well and there is some very vivid tobacco colored brown finish remaining. The frame shows 85% to 90% case
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\n Remington Zouave  .58 caliber percussion  rifled musket in very good plus t
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Remington Zouave .58 caliber percussion rifled musket in very good plus t
Item number: 16317312 | Remington Zouave .58 caliber percussion rifled musket in very good plus to near fine condition with original bayonet and scabbard. The barrel shows 80% to 90% original blue that is toning and aging slightly and thereis some very light rust and just beginning erosion most of which may clean. The lock shows 50% case coloring going to a grayish patina with some rainbow colors still evident. The stock shows two good cartoucheson the left side and is very good plus overall showing one small area of fill to a dent or chip behind the tang which is approximately 5 mm in a round shape. The patch box contains extra nipple and ramrodtip. The edges of the ramrod channel are sharp with just a couple small losses. A correct type cleaning Rod is retained. The bores are fine to near excellent. The bayonet is inspector marked with a bright blade andthe scabbard shows some small repairs and cracking. The Zouave is one of the most attractive of Civil War weapons especially with saber bayonet. Est.: $2000 -$4000
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\n Winchester Model 70 action only (#9910), .375  Mag. cal., and receiver part
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Winchester Model 70 action only (#9910), .375 Mag. cal., and receiver part
Item number: 16317554 | Winchester Model 70 action only (#9910), .375 Mag. cal., and receiver parts in overall very good +condition. Est.: $400-$800.
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\n Lot of 7 misc. advertisers including a  Baltimore Tank & Tower Co. thermome
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Lot of 7 misc. advertisers including a Baltimore Tank & Tower Co. thermome
Item number: 16317676 | Lot of 7 misc. advertisers including a Baltimore Tank & Tower Co. thermometer, an aged wood reproduction sign “No Cutting Cards”, a framed B. Kittredge & Co., Gun Dealers advertiser, an old cardboard sign “Do Not Spit On The Floor” sign, a color cardboard Garrett’s Snuff advertiser and thermometer, a Texas Pride Lager Beer cardboard color advertiser and a “Texas Special” wood cigar box lid. Est.:$50-$100.
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\n Colt Woodsman .22 caliber semi-automatic  pistol factory engraved, serial n
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Colt Woodsman .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol factory engraved, serial n
Item number: 16317434 | Colt Woodsman .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol factory engraved, serial number 4694. Factory letter confirms features and states, “Finish- green, shipped to Schoverling, Daly and Gales, New York, New York, for W.H.Gough, February 6, 1917, 3 guns in shipment, under remarks factory letter states “That subject pistol was originally shipped in the green state for engraving outside the factory. Records indicate this particularshipment was to W.H. Gough who was an engraver for Colt during this time period. In addition there is a notation that wood stocks were furnished for this pistol by Mr. Gough”. The records also state that thispistol was subsequently sold to Schoverling,Daly and Gales, on February 27, 1917. The pistol remains in fine original condition with 90% to 95% original blue, some slight losses at the edges and some minorbeginning natural toning and aging. The markings are sharp and the edges are crisp with just a small amount of handling and use. The back of the frame shows typical bull’s-eye engraved. The balance of the
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\n Colt 1851 Navy revolver .36 caliber  percussion, serial number 111532 ***No
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Colt 1851 Navy revolver .36 caliber percussion, serial number 111532 ***No
Item number: 16317313 | Colt 1851 Navy revolver .36 caliber percussion, serial number 111532 ***Note may letter***, brown patina finish, wood grips, retaining considerable original cylinder scene with large stamped letters on triggerguard 43 over C. The stamping on trigger guard may stand for Military unit and this is near a range of pistols sent South that factory letter. The metal surfaces show some light cleaning and recoloring. The barreladdress is sharp other than the U.S. has been defaced and the Colt patent is sharp on the left side of the frame. The cylinder shows 70% to 80% original cylinder scene with good engagement dates on the edge. The grips aregood to very good and fit well with just some minor light marks. The cylinder retains all of its original cylinder pins and is very tight. All matching visible serial numbers except loading lever which is numbered 1926.Interior is very good plus with a good bore. Est.: $1,000 -$2,000.
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\n Colt DA hand ejector revolver (last patent  date Nov. 6, 1888), .38 cal., 3
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Colt DA hand ejector revolver (last patent date Nov. 6, 1888), .38 cal., 3
Item number: 16317555 | Colt DA hand ejector revolver (last patent date Nov. 6, 1888), .38 cal., 3” barrel, re-nickeled finish, bobbed hammer, checkered hard rubber grips, #10765. This gun is in overall fair condition showing some peelingand bubbling of old re-nickel finish, good action, well-used bore, ground and drilled top of backstrap, grips show old losses at rear toes. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Lot of 2 U.S. survival tools in original  Canvas scabbard/carriers. One mar
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Lot of 2 U.S. survival tools in original Canvas scabbard/carriers. One mar
Item number: 16317677 | Lot of 2 U.S. survival tools in original Canvas scabbard/carriers. One marked, “tool kit, survival type” and Frank A Warren Inc. along with similar but not identical survival tool marked “Victor Tool Company” on insideof scabbard. One good to very good and the other fair to good. Est.: $50-$100
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\n Colt Woodsman pre-war .22 caliber  semi-automatic pistol, factory engraved
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Colt Woodsman pre-war .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol, factory engraved
Item number: 16317435 | Colt Woodsman pre-war .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol, factory engraved with deluxe fancy checkered pattern grips showing deep inset colt medallions, serial number 4821. Factory letter confirms blue finishshipped to W.H. Gough, engraver, Hartford, Connecticut, May 9th 1917, four guns in shipment with grips not listed. Under remarks the factory letter indicates the engraver W.H. Gough was a master Colt firearmsengraver and it was returned to the factory and reshipped April 20, 1919 with no information on shipping location or engraving at that time. It is Joe Kiser’s opinion and this catalogers that the letter indicatesshipment to Gough the engraver and return by him authenticates it was factory engraved (the records are not perfect and very hard to read). The grips are very unusual and absolutely genuine Colt products of theperiod. The pistol retains approximately 505 to 70% original blue that is evenly drifting and thinning at the edges and handling areas, particularly the straps. The back of the frame shows typical engraved bull’s-eye. The
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\n Smith & Wesson pre-model 27 .357 Magnum  caliber double action 5 screw revo
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Smith & Wesson pre-model 27 .357 Magnum caliber double action 5 screw revo
Item number: 16317314 | Smith & Wesson pre-model 27 .357 Magnum caliber double action 5 screw revolver with 8 3/8” barrel serial number S108040. The revolver is nicely engraved in a scroll motif which is cut through the original bluefinish and shows gold inlay of Eagle on right side of frame and bear on left side of frame with accenting wide scroll border gold inlays on barrel. The revolver remains in very good plus to near fine condition showing most of its original blue and just some minor handling of light aging. The hammer and trigger show considerable original case hardening. The pistol is fitted with nicely carved ivory grips showing a steer head onright side with inlaid Smith & Wesson medallions. The top of the frame and rib show nail file type knurling. The action is good and the bore is excellent. The bottom edge of the frame on left front is signed F. Runge,engraver, Ilion New York. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.
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\n Large original framed color painting of  cavalry unit and mounted Indian wi
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Large original framed color painting of cavalry unit and mounted Indian wi
Item number: 16317556 | Large original framed color painting of cavalry unit and mounted Indian with white flag, approx. 29” x 35” overall by real Texas cowboy artist Bud Breen who also reportedly was an extra in the epic movie “The Alamo”.Est.: $350-$700.
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\n Signal pistol Mark 5 by R.F. Sedgley  Incorporated, 1942 dated showing U.S.
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Signal pistol Mark 5 by R.F. Sedgley Incorporated, 1942 dated showing U.S.
Item number: 16317678 | Signal pistol Mark 5 by R.F. Sedgley Incorporated, 1942 dated showing U.S.N. markings and numbered 242692 –A-2. The condition is fair to good with about 50% original paint and some nicks, mars andscratches from use and storage. Est.: $50-$100
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\n Colt Third Model Derringer in .41 rimfire  caliber, nickel plated, wood gri
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Colt Third Model Derringer in .41 rimfire caliber, nickel plated, wood gri
Item number: 16317436 | Colt Third Model Derringer in .41 rimfire caliber, nickel plated, wood grips. The Derringer retains 50% to 80% original uncleaned nickel, drifted to a light satin natural patina. The markings are sharp, theedges are fairly crisp and the .41 caliber marking is very distinct on left side of frame. The grips are very good with normal edge wear and minor imperfections. The breech end of the barrel shows only one dent fromimproper closing. The extractor is missing. The hammer shows some pitting. Est.: $250-$500
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\n Colt Python .357 Magnum double action  revolver with 6” barrel that is full
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Colt Python .357 Magnum double action revolver with 6” barrel that is full
Item number: 16317315 | Colt Python .357 Magnum double action revolver with 6” barrel that is fully and finely gold inlaid and signed J. Barraclough who is a well-known southern California engraver. The revolver shows border scrolland flush line inlay with a scene of bear fishing for salmon on left side of frame. The right side of the frame shows a multicolor gold Eagle with high mountains in the background and the front right side of theframe shows flushed game bird. The pistol has been nicely refinished in a royal blue color at time of engraving. The model information and address is also flush gold inlaid. The pistol is fitted with a pair of replacementmedallion checkered wood grips. The hammer and trigger have been gold plated. The action is good and the bore is fine to excellent. The pistol shows virtually no use since restoration at time of engraving and inlay.Est.: $1,500-$3,000.
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\n Winchester Model 06 pump action rifle, .22  short, long or long rifle cal.,
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Winchester Model 06 pump action rifle, .22 short, long or long rifle cal.,
Item number: 16317557 | Winchester Model 06 pump action rifle, .22 short, long or long rifle cal., 20” round barrel, blue finish, wood stocks, #729639. This gun is in overall good condition showing traces of blue in protected areas, fairbore, good action and markings, wood is good with scattered old mars and scratches from carry and storage. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Lot of various ammo. Consisting of one box  30-30 caliber Winchester by Rem
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Lot of various ammo. Consisting of one box 30-30 caliber Winchester by Rem
Item number: 16317679 | Lot of various ammo. Consisting of one box 30-30 caliber Winchester by Remington in good condition with all matching head stamps. Number two box of 30-40 krag caliber rifle cartridges by US cartridge company with 19rounds showing matching head stamps. Number three box of 20 .45 ACP caliber cartridges by Frankford Arsenal lot number 467 in unopened very good condition. Box of .32 S&W centerfire cartridges by Union MetallicCartridge Company with 10 rounds in fair condition. Number five is a box of .30 caliber short rimfire cartridges by Winchester full with matching head stamps. Number six is a box of 16gauge rifled slugsby Winchester Western with three rounds. Number seven is a box of .41 short rimfire cartridges by Remington UMC with light blue label and marked on side’s for Remington, Colt and others, full box with matchingstamps and some deterioration to the box and normal aging. Est.: $300-$600
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\n Winchester Model 1873 1st model early  variation with raised thumb print du
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Winchester Model 1873 1st model early variation with raised thumb print du
Item number: 16317437 | Winchester Model 1873 1st model early variation with raised thumb print dust cover in .44-40 caliber showing 24” round barrel, full magazine, rifle butt, serial number 2212 received in the warehouse September 19, 1874 shipped from the warehouse September 24, 1874 with 2 other arms to order number 232 with factory letter verifying features addressed to James Gordon author of the Winchester 1873 book and formally in hiscollection and also mentioned in this reference. The rifle remains in fair to good original condition showing a lightly cleaned gray patina finish with scattered moderate light erosion and some areas of pitting. Thestocks have also been lightly cleaned. The barrel address is good and clear. The thumb print dust cover is original and there is some major pitting in the area of the tang and on the butt. The action is good and thebore is fair to good. These very early raised thumb print dust cover 73’s are the beginning of the 73 series and have always been sought after by advanced Winchester collectors. Est.: $3,500-$7,000.
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\n Belgium Browning .22 caliber semiautomatic  rifle fully and finely multicol
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Belgium Browning .22 caliber semiautomatic rifle fully and finely multicol
Item number: 16317316 | Belgium Browning .22 caliber semiautomatic rifle fully and finely multicolor gold inlaid and signed by Angelo Bee, serial number 5T20907. The rifle has been finely restocked in deluxe burl dark walnut with very fancycheckering and shows flush gold inlaid makers name and information on barrel. The rifle is contained within a Browning luggage case. The left side of the frame shows four birds in the branches of trees with floral and thetop of the frame shows 3 birds in similar branches. The right side of the frame shows 3 birds in the branches of a tree with a butterfly as an accent. The metal surfaces have been richly blued in a deep royal color. The stocks are in fine condition and expertly made and measure 14 ½” to the end of the butt plate and seem slightly longer than normal. The condition is fine to excellent as restored at time of engraving. Angelo Beeworked in Belgium for Browning and was Italian trained before moving to Southern California about 30 years ago. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.
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\n Original oil painting on rough canvas board  of beautiful nude lady writing
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Original oil painting on rough canvas board of beautiful nude lady writing
Item number: 16317558 | Original oil painting on rough canvas board of beautiful nude lady writing on a wave in art nouveau style with period carved wood frame. This unsigned artwork came out of San Francisco collection and is in fair to goodcondition with some scratches slight warping and minor aging. Just the type found in bars on the Barbary Coast shortly after the turn-of-the-century. Measures 17 ½”x 39 ½ inches not including frame. Est.:$600-$1,200.
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\n Very early Colt pre-war Woodsman .22 caliber  semi-automatic pistol with 6
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Very early Colt pre-war Woodsman .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol with 6
Item number: 16317438 | Very early Colt pre-war Woodsman .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol with 6 ½” barrel, blued finish, checkered wood grips, serial number 7. The 2nd lowest serial number in the Kiser collection and this particular Colt Woodsmanwas shipped to F. C. Nichols – office, Colts Patent Firearms Company Hartford, Connecticut on May 31, 1916 with one gun in shipment and under remarks “the records indicate subject pistol was returned to the factory on June22, 1916. The firearm was subsequently returned to Mr. Nichols on June 28, 1916. It is of further interest to note that Mr. Nichols was employed by Colt and he was the Vice President in 1921”. The factory letteris addressed to John Guest former president of Colt Collectors Association and a well-recognized old-time collector of Colt Woodsman pistols. This Colt retains 90% to 95% original early bright high polish bluefinish with some slight scratches and minor handling also a couple of areas of beginning minor erosion. The grips are at least very good plus to near fine with just slight darkening and minor handling. This Woodsman
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\n Winchester Model 1873 1st model with  impressed thumbprint dust cover in .4
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Winchester Model 1873 1st model with impressed thumbprint dust cover in .4
Item number: 16317317 | Winchester Model 1873 1st model with impressed thumbprint dust cover in .44-40 caliber with 24” round barrel, full magazine, rifle butt, serial number 7894. Copy of factory letter confirms configuration andreceived in the warehouse September 4, 1875, shipped from the warehouse September 8, 1875 to order number 4318. The factory letter is addressed to iconic Winchester collector James D Gordon and this rifle is referencedin his text on Winchester model 1873. The rifle remains in good original condition showing a brown patina finish with strong traces of blue mixed in. The barrel address is legible as is the model 1873 and there issome scattered light to moderate erosion and pinprick pitting. Also some minor nicks, mars and normal aging and the dust cover matches the patina with some good blue on the loading gate. The sights are in their correctpositions. Stocks show some weathering and normal wear from exposure and use but are generally good with some minor normal aging and slight imperfections. The action is working but sticks a little and you will to
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\n 12gauge double-barreled percussion shotgun  signed P. Powell & Son and engr
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12gauge double-barreled percussion shotgun signed P. Powell & Son and engr
Item number: 16317559 | 12gauge double-barreled percussion shotgun signed P. Powell & Son and engraved Stub twist on rib of barrels. The gun measures 46 ¼ inches overall with 30” medium weight barrels. The metal surfaces are in goodcondition with traces of original brown and Damascus pattern on barrels with slight traces of case hardening within the patina on the locks. The wood stock has been lightly cleaned with fairly good checkeringremaining. The action cocks well but the safety notches are worn out. A period ramrod is included. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Colt Single Action Army revolver US marked  Cavalry Series, 45 long Colt ca
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Colt Single Action Army revolver US marked Cavalry Series, 45 long Colt ca
Item number: 16317439 | Colt Single Action Army revolver US marked Cavalry Series, 45 long Colt caliber, 7 ½” barrel, traces of blue and case hardened finish, serial number 112561 inspected by D. F. C. A factory letter is included andconfirms shipment to United States government at Colt plant on November 6, 1884 with 150 guns in shipment. A documenting letter by recognized Midwest dealer is included also. This Colt retains approximately 10% to 20%original blue and case hardening drifting to a light gray to brown patina with some scattered erosion and surface pitting. The revolver was cleaned long ago and now has aged back nicely. There are some areas ofvery colorful blue and case hardening where protected. The markings are very good and sharp. The front sight has been slimmed just a little on its’ front edge. The grips are in very good plus to near fine conditionshowing 1884 date and inspection cartouche buy Frank Heath on left side. The right grip shows a DFC cartouche which is mostly visible. All matching visible serial numbers and all correct military parts. Good action
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\n W. W. Greener factory demonstrator or
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W. W. Greener factory demonstrator or "try" gun, serial #46612. The gun s
Item number: 16317318 | W. W. Greener factory demonstrator or "try" gun, serial #46612. The gun shows 28-1/8" Damascus pattern barrels that are browned with a case hardened action. Nearly all the original finish remains on the barrel, justtoning slightly; 30-50% case hardening on locks, 30-50% thinning blue on trigger guard and floor plate and plate at bottom of action. The gun shows standard extractors, the bores are excellent, the gun is chokedcylinder right, full left. The stock is in good condition with some minor dings, mars and handling; an original butt plate is retained and the gun shows Greener type side safety and double triggers. Stock is fullyarticulated and adjustable and a key is used for adjustment, which is also included. The barrel shows address W. W. Greener, 68 Haymarket, London with W. W. Greener on each side of action. The action is tight, thebores are excellent; the gun is choked cylinder right, full left; and shows black powder proofs. A good collector\'s item and also very practical for dealer use. Est.: $2,500-$5,000
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\n Winchester Model 94 lever action carbine,  .30-30 Win. cal., 20” barrel, be
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Winchester Model 94 lever action carbine, .30-30 Win. cal., 20” barrel, be
Item number: 16317319 | Winchester Model 94 lever action carbine, .30-30 Win. cal., 20” barrel, beautifully custom scroll and high relief engraved panel game scenes, blue finish, deluxe checkered wood stocks, Pachmayr hard rubber butt pad,#2113540. This gun is in overall fine condition as extensively modern engraved; approx. 99% professional re-blue finish remaining, fine bore, action, markings and beautifully grained wood stocks; hooded front sight, standard rear sight. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.
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\n L.C. Smith Field Grade by Hunter Arms Co. SxS  hammerless shotgun, 16 gauge
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L.C. Smith Field Grade by Hunter Arms Co. SxS hammerless shotgun, 16 gauge
Item number: 16317680 | L.C. Smith Field Grade by Hunter Arms Co. SxS hammerless shotgun, 16 gauge, 30” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, checkered wood stocks, 2-3/4” chamber, double triggers, 14-1/4” length of pull, #80400 with 3 Brileyscrew-in chokes (L. MOD, I.C. & SK I) and tool. This gun is in overall fine condition with the majority of its original finish, fine bores, crisp actions, strong markings and fine wood stock. Est.: $400-$800.
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\n Miscellaneous collectors lot consisting of  four old leather shot flask’s i
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Miscellaneous collectors lot consisting of four old leather shot flask’s i
Item number: 16317681 | Miscellaneous collectors lot consisting of four old leather shot flask’s in various conditions from fair to poor, 1890 dated B. G. I. marked powder dipper which B.G.I .is the initials of Bridgeport Gun and Implementcompany who were the successors to Sharps rifle company, two cans of Winchester gun oil that are empty with clear labels, a leather covered shot flask marked Hawksley Sheffield in fair condition, Earls saddle shop .38caliber 2” revolver holster from 1940s to 50s, small handmade Western-style holster for revolver, UMC cap tin half-full with label. Est.: $175-$350
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\n Remington Wingmaster Model 870TC shotgun, 12  gauge, 2-3/4” chamber, full c
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Remington Wingmaster Model 870TC shotgun, 12 gauge, 2-3/4” chamber, full c
Item number: 16317560 | Remington Wingmaster Model 870TC shotgun, 12 gauge, 2-3/4” chamber, full choke, 30” ventilated rib barrel, blue finish, checkered deluxe wood stocks with adjustable butt pad, #683402V. This gun is in overall very goodto near fine condition showing the majority of its original finish, bore should clean to very good +, good markings, very good wood stocks. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Pair of Western frontier era boots made late  19th to early 20th century sh
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Pair of Western frontier era boots made late 19th to early 20th century sh
Item number: 16317682 | Pair of Western frontier era boots made late 19th to early 20th century showing use and resoling but overall good condition. The boots measure 15” in height and are approximately size 11. Est.: $150-$300.
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\n Winchester Model 12 takedown pump action  shotgun, 28 gauge Skeet, 2-7/8” c
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Winchester Model 12 takedown pump action shotgun, 28 gauge Skeet, 2-7/8” c
Item number: 16317440 | Winchester Model 12 takedown pump action shotgun, 28 gauge Skeet, 2-7/8” chamber, Skeet choke, 26” barrel, blue finish, checkered wood stocks, #749651. This gun is in overall very good + condition showing themajority of its blue finish on the barrel assembly and considerable muted blue to the receiver, fine bore, crisp action, very good markings and wood stocks with some old storage mars and red hard rubber butt pad.Est.: $3,000-$6,000.
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\n Winchester Super-X Model 1 semi-auto shotgun,  12 gauge, 2-3/4” chamber, sk
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Winchester Super-X Model 1 semi-auto shotgun, 12 gauge, 2-3/4” chamber, sk
Item number: 16317561 | Winchester Super-X Model 1 semi-auto shotgun, 12 gauge, 2-3/4” chamber, skeet choke, 26” ventilated rib barrel, blue finish, checkered wood grained stocks, #M58291 with extra Winchester Super-X Model 1 28” ventilated rib barrel, 12 gauge, 2-3/4” chamber, modified choke in cardboard box with Winchester end label. This gun is in overall very good to fine condition showing the majority of its original finish with some speckling to theright side of the receiver above the charging bolt and scattered spots of light surface crud from storage that should clean; fine bore, crisp action and markings, very good stocks; extra barrel is fine. Est.:$300-$600.
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\n Smith & Wesson Military and Police model  double action revolver in .32-20
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Smith & Wesson Military and Police model double action revolver in .32-20
Item number: 16317683 | Smith & Wesson Military and Police model double action revolver in .32-20 Winchester caliber, 4” barrel, traces of blue finish, replaced wood grips, serial number 5281. This early Smith shows a great deal of wear anduse. Traces of original blue mixed in with a brown patina finish. Some minor erosion and pitting. The markings are good and the cylinder shows some deep scratches and nicks. The cylinder pin is a replacement, theaction is working and the bore is rough. Est.: $100-$200.
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\n Beretta Model S687 EE LL 20 gauge over and  under shotgun with 28” barrels
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Beretta Model S687 EE LL 20 gauge over and under shotgun with 28” barrels
Item number: 16317441 | Beretta Model S687 EE LL 20 gauge over and under shotgun with 28” barrels choked modified and full in fine to excellent condition contained within its original Beretta case with cardboard shipping coverand labels. Serial number L56130B. The gun shows single trigger, auto ejector’s, low rise ventilated rib and is finally hand engraved with game scenes on side plates with fancy floral scrolls surrounding signedBottega C. G. Giovanelli. The gun is nicely stocked in select walnut and is its full original dimensions measuring 14 ½” from trigger to end of butt plate. The gun has had almost no use and is at least 99% originalcondition. Factory warranty papers are included. Replacement value approximately $7500 at retail. Est.: $3000-$6000
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\n Belgian-made Browning O/U shotgun, Angelo Bee  engraved and gold inlaid, .4
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Belgian-made Browning O/U shotgun, Angelo Bee engraved and gold inlaid, .4
Item number: 16317320 | Belgian-made Browning O/U shotgun, Angelo Bee engraved and gold inlaid, .410 gauge, 3” chambers, IC (under) and MOD (over) choked, 26-1/2” ventilated rib barrels, blue finish, single gold trigger with 14-1/4” length ofpull, checkered wood stocks with Browning hard rubber butt pad, #2221 J8. This gun is in overall fine to excellent condition showing the majority of its blue finish with some scattered spots of erosion on the bottom of the under barrel, fine bores, crisp actions, fine engraving and 4 gold inlaid game bird scenes by noted modern engraver Angelo Bee who signed this work on the lower right side of the receiver; excellent woodstock; a beautiful classic Browning. Est.: $2,500-$5,000.
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\n Lot of 2 edged weapons. Number 1 is an  interesting clip point Bowie knife
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Lot of 2 edged weapons. Number 1 is an interesting clip point Bowie knife
Item number: 16317562 | Lot of 2 edged weapons. Number 1 is an interesting clip point Bowie knife with wide blade marked M.S. A. & Co. Gladstone, Michigan possibly Marbles. The blade measure 6” the knife is 10 ¼” overall and the bladeis nearly 1 5/8” wide at widest point. The grip is yellow stag which is. Engraved in block letters A. D. Johnson. There is a Marbles marked fringed leather scabbard accompanying the knife which is slightly toolarge for the knife and is opening at the seams and has had a belt hangar with brass liner added to the back of the scabbard. Marked in ink or paint A. D. Johnson with some other illegible writing. There wereseveral Johnson’s in the mining business in the California desert one of which became Death Valley Scotty’s patron (A.M. Johnson) and an entire ghost town is named Johnsonville. Number 2 is a Marbles axe withpatented blade cover and folding back pick showing gutta-percha grip marked Marbles and on the back in stamped letters A. D. Johnson. The axe has seen some wear and shows some slight pitting but is at least good overall
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\n First Edition hardback “L.D. Nimschke,  Firearms Engraver”, by R. L. Wilson
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First Edition hardback “L.D. Nimschke, Firearms Engraver”, by R. L. Wilson
Item number: 16317684 | First Edition hardback “L.D. Nimschke, Firearms Engraver”, by R. L. Wilson with dust jacket; a great reference to the works of one of the greatest firearms engravers of the second half of the 19th century. Est.:$150-$300.
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\n Remington Model 1875 single action revolver  in .44-40 caliber showing cons
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Remington Model 1875 single action revolver in .44-40 caliber showing cons
Item number: 16317442 | Remington Model 1875 single action revolver in .44-40 caliber showing considerable original bright blue finish and varnished wood grips, serial number 764. This Remington shows 50% to 70% bright original blue finish which is aging nicely with losses of finish at high points and edges. The metal surfaces are sharp and crisp. The markings are all well-defined with a near perfect barrel address. The German silver front sight is its full original height and dimensions. The hammer shows 50% to 70% case hardened colors. The grips are very good plus showing just slight darkening and natural aging. The ejector rod and cylinder release pin areoriginal and show no marks from mistreatment. The action is crisp, the bore is bright and near excellent. The 1875 is hard to find with high percentage of blue remaining as most were nickel plated. Est.: $3,500-$7,000.
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\n Lot of 6 boxes of collector ammo including 3  full boxes of .33 Win., 2 by
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Lot of 6 boxes of collector ammo including 3 full boxes of .33 Win., 2 by
Item number: 16317321 | Lot of 6 boxes of collector ammo including 3 full boxes of .33 Win., 2 by Winchester, 1 by Remington; a sealed box of Winchester .30 cal. Model 1894 full patch; a full box of Winchester .25-35 soft point and a near fullbox of .38 cal. Winchester cartridges for the Model 1873 with old scotch tape repairs to the labels and box. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Bonanza lot of 3 edged weapons as described.  Number 1 is a krag bowie knif
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Bonanza lot of 3 edged weapons as described. Number 1 is a krag bowie knif
Item number: 16317563 | Bonanza lot of 3 edged weapons as described. Number 1 is a krag bowie knife bayonet dated 1900 U.S. marked with scabbard. krag bowie knife has been used and sharpened on edges but is absolutely authentic with some rustand no cleaning in this century and strong traces of blue on the rusty scabbard with the hanger still attached. Number 2 is a U.S. bayonet Springfield Armory marked for 1903 Springfield dated 1908 with World War II erascabbard in fair to good condition also un cleaned. Number 3 is a Philippine type knife with scabbard and interesting soldier made from web gear belt hangar. From a local estate. Est.: $600-$1200
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Lot of 4 reference books including “The Lewis Gun” by Truby; “Small Arms”
Item number: 16317685 | Lot of 4 reference books including “The Lewis Gun” by Truby; “Small Arms” by Myatt; “The First World War: A Photographic History” by Simon and Schuster; “Mysteries of the Deep” by Thorndike, Jr. Est.: $150-$300.
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\n Winchester Model 1873 Deluxe lever action  rifle, .32-20 cal., 24” octagon
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Winchester Model 1873 Deluxe lever action rifle, .32-20 cal., 24” octagon
Item number: 16317443 | Winchester Model 1873 Deluxe lever action rifle, .32-20 cal., 24” octagon barrel, blue and case hardened finish, checkered wood stocks with semi-pistol grip and ebony insert, single set trigger, #121132A. Thisgun is in overall fine condition showing approx. 40% muted original blue finish on the barrel with balance gone to a brown patina and approx. 60% original case colors on the receiver with balance gone to silvery toning, crisp action, good bore and markings, wood stocks are XX showing beautiful flame graining with some scattered old mars and scratches from carry and storage; some slight freshening of the checkering. A desirable’73 with hard-to-find case hardened receiver that would be a fine addition to any collection! Est.: $5,000-$10,000.
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\n Engraved Colt Model 1851 Navy percussion  revolver, .36 cal., 7-1/2” octago
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Engraved Colt Model 1851 Navy percussion revolver, .36 cal., 7-1/2” octago
Item number: 16317322 | Engraved Colt Model 1851 Navy percussion revolver, .36 cal., 7-1/2” octagon barrel, ivory grips, #204685E, formerly in the Dr. Sterling Fenn collection and displayed at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center with engraved Colt Model 1851 Navy #204672E (13 numbers apart) displayed by the Museum as having descended thru the family of the man who allegedly bought the gun at auction in Deadwood in 1876 to help pay for James B.“Wild Bill” Hickok’s funeral expenses. According to Dr. Fenn’s binder of extensive records accompanying this lot, he obtained this gun in 1982 from an antique dealer in Bloomington, Minnesota who bought the gunfrom an “old gentleman” along with a cut-down rifle. Dr. Fenn notes: “both were dirty and in somewhat poor shape. They both had light to moderate pitting and had not been cleaned in many years. They had been in a trunk; therevolver was wrapped in a rag and was still loaded! The old gentleman said he’d had them for years and originally got them from an old man who had had them since the early days in South Dakota”. Dr. Fenn’s files also
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\n English center hammer pocket pistol signed  Richard Hollis, London showing
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English center hammer pocket pistol signed Richard Hollis, London showing
Item number: 16317564 | English center hammer pocket pistol signed Richard Hollis, London showing good quality rounded frame with turn off barrel, converted from flintlock to percussion. The frame shows light engraving with stand of arms andscrolls. The metal surfaces are in good condition with some minor erosion and pinprick pitting and a slight trace of original finish on the barrels. The stock shows some small dings, mars and normal usebut is generally fair to good overall. The pistol measures nearly 6” with 1 ¾” barrel of approximately .44 caliber smoothbore. Est.: $250-$500
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\n Lot of 7 firearms reference books including  “One Hundred Great Guns” by Li
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Lot of 7 firearms reference books including “One Hundred Great Guns” by Li
Item number: 16317686 | Lot of 7 firearms reference books including “One Hundred Great Guns” by Lindsay; “Guns” by Pope; “Color Treasury of Firearms” by Crescent Books; “An Illustrated History of Guns and Small Arms” by Rosa and May; “TheGreat Guns” by Peterson and Elman; “The Collector’s Guide to Firearms” by Miller and “Firearms Curiosa” by Winant; great research material for the arms collector or student. Est.: $150-$300.
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\n Parker VHE grade 20 gauge, SxS shotgun  remaining in very good plus to near
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Parker VHE grade 20 gauge, SxS shotgun remaining in very good plus to near
Item number: 16317444 | Parker VHE grade 20 gauge, SxS shotgun remaining in very good plus to near fine original condition, serial number 210670. The barrel’s measure 26” and the gun is 42 ½” overall. The stock measures 14 ¼” from thetrigger to the end of the original hard rubber butt plate. The barrel’s retain 95% plus bright original blue with some slight scratches and minor losses at the muzzle and edges. The frame shows 50% to 70% brightoriginal case hardening with some good rainbow colors just drifting on the top of recoil shields and bottom front of frame. The trigger guard shows 50% to 70% thinning original blue. The stocks are very good pluswith some scratches that are fairly deep on the left side but crisp checkering and great wood to metal fit. The Parker hard rubber butt pad shows a chip at the toe. The gun locks tight and the bores are near excellent. The gun is completely authentic and not abused. A collectors quality Parker out of a local estate. The barrels are both choked improved modified showing 2 ½” drop at the heel and 1 ½” drop at comb. Full 2 ¾”
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\n Non-regulation officer’s Civil War era sword  model of 1850 showing iron pi
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Non-regulation officer’s Civil War era sword model of 1850 showing iron pi
Item number: 16317323 | Non-regulation officer’s Civil War era sword model of 1850 showing iron pierced guard with Eagle and fancy etched blade with Schulyer, Hartley and Graham, New York agent markings. The reverse of the ricasso shows a W.Clauberg, Solingen and marked with iron proof. The blade is very finely etched with scrolls, stand of arms and a U.S. with inscription panel etched 8 ½” from the tip in front of the standard etching andapproximately 5” in length the inscription reads “LT. A. Hiram, Plummer from C. A. 155th Ind. (Indiana) Vols”. The blade is in fine to near excellent condition showing most of the original polish with frosty etching just beginning minor normal age and the etched panel is absolutely authentic. The scabbard and hilt are also very good plus to near fine and a period sword knot is included. The scabbard shows a couple of minor dings, dents and etc. From the estate of Mel Kessen. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.
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\n Side hammer percussion pocket pistol with  folding trigger in British style
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Side hammer percussion pocket pistol with folding trigger in British style
Item number: 16317565 | Side hammer percussion pocket pistol with folding trigger in British style showing alloy frame and Belgian proofs. The pistol measures 8 ¼” overall with 3 ¼” octagon barrel measuring approximately 36 calibersmoothbore. The grip is nicely checkered shows a cap box in the butt. The action is good and the barrel is engraved London. Many of these type pistols were imported to the United States during the Civil War and theLondon marking fetched a higher price. Est.: $300-$600
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\n Classic uncleaned spearpoint knife approx.  10” overall with a 6” blade sho
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Classic uncleaned spearpoint knife approx. 10” overall with a 6” blade sho
Item number: 16317687 | Classic uncleaned spearpoint knife approx. 10” overall with a 6” blade showing a heavy dark patina and wood grip with simple forged iron pommel. Est.: $50-$100.
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\n Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 7-1/2
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Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 7-1/2" barrel, blue finish, ivory grips, #435
Item number: 16317445 | Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 7-1/2" barrel, blue finish, ivory grips, #43588 with factory letter confirming caliber and finish, barrel length is indicated in remarks, ivory grips are non-factory, shipped to J.P. Lower,Denver, Colorado on March 23, 1880 in a shipment of 50 guns; in overall very good condition showing a grey patina with scattered erosion at firing areas in front of cylinder and some old mars to cylinder andbottom area of frame; very good bore, crisp action, sharp markings, matching visible serial numbers, good grips; a nice early blackpowder single action shipped to one of the best known Western dealers in Colorado.Est.: $3,000-$6,000.
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\n U.S. Model 1850 staff and field officer’s  sword by Ames with government in
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U.S. Model 1850 staff and field officer’s sword by Ames with government in
Item number: 16317324 | U.S. Model 1850 staff and field officer’s sword by Ames with government inspection stamps J. H. and 1861 dated. The sword has had two brass plaques sweated to the scabbard long ago that are engraved GeneralVandever’s staff and field working sword, and U.S. inspectors stamped. This exact sword was purchased by well-known old time collector Mel Kessen from the heirs of Major General William Vandever who lived inCalifornia. Mr. Kessen also purchased an ornate presentation sword with a large group of Civil War artifacts belonging to Vandever. Kessen kept this 1850 because he felt the General had used it in the Civil War as aworking sword and sold the entire remainder of the ensemble including the presentation sword for a price he could not refuse at the Las Vegas show approx. 10 years ago. The scabbard shows Ames manufacture marks and the sword is in good condition showing some normal wear and use but is untouched and very good overall. General Vandever had a great war record and he was appointed Indian inspector by Pres. Grant in the 1870’s.
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\n Spanish copy of a Colt Lightning DA revolver,  .38 cal., 5-1/2” barrel, blu
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Spanish copy of a Colt Lightning DA revolver, .38 cal., 5-1/2” barrel, blu
Item number: 16317566 | Spanish copy of a Colt Lightning DA revolver, .38 cal., 5-1/2” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, checkered wood grips, #4625. This gun is in overall very good to near fine condition showing the majority of itsoriginal blue finish and majority of its vivid original case colors on the frame; very good bore and action, very good grips. Est.: $250-$500.
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\n Marlin Model 43 pump action shotgun, 12  gauge, 30” barrel, blue finish, wo
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Marlin Model 43 pump action shotgun, 12 gauge, 30” barrel, blue finish, wo
Item number: 16317688 | Marlin Model 43 pump action shotgun, 12 gauge, 30” barrel, blue finish, wood stocks, #14334. This gun is in overall fair condition showing a dark patina on metal surfaces, good bore and action, fair wood with missingbutt plate; loading tube spring is loose. Est.: $50-$100.
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\n Outstanding presentation cased pair of custom  Colt SAA revolvers engraved
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Outstanding presentation cased pair of custom Colt SAA revolvers engraved
Item number: 16317446 | Outstanding presentation cased pair of custom Colt SAA revolvers engraved by noted Western firearms artist Phil Hudson, gold finished with Colt medallion checkered deluxe faux ivory grips. The first of the pair is serial#210832 in .44-40 cal., with a 4-3/4” barrel; the scroll style engraving is extensive over all areas of the revolver including both sides of the hammer; approx. 99%+ of the custom gold finish remains and the grips areexcellent. The second is serial #283458, also in .44-40 cal., with a 4-3/4” barrel and matching extensive scroll style engraving and custom grips; approx. 99%+ of its custom gold finish also remains and the matchingpair of grips are excellent. A striking pair of first generation Colt single actions expertly engraved in the Helfricht style of long ago; suitable for proud display in any gunroom. From the Texas collection of EddieGlover, Jr. Est.: $4,000-$8,000.
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\n Belgian-made Browning O/U shotgun, custom  engraved and gold and silver inl
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Belgian-made Browning O/U shotgun, custom engraved and gold and silver inl
Item number: 16317325 | Belgian-made Browning O/U shotgun, custom engraved and gold and silver inlaid by famed modern artist Angelo Bee, 20 gauge, 2-3/4” and 3” chamber, 26-1/2” ventilated rib barrels, blue finish, Briley choked, singlegold trigger, length of pull 14-1/4”, checkered wood stocks, #43357 V6. This gun is in overall fine condition as expertly engraved by Angelo Bee with his signature on the left side of the receiver, including four game bird panels in gold with silver accents, fine bores, crisp actions, wood butt stock has been modified at cheek area with some wear spots to finish at several locations that can be easily remedied; WhiteLine hard rubber butt pad is present and gun is accompanied by a choke removal tool; particularly beautiful Bee workmanship in this engraving. Est.: $3,500-$7,000.
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\n Colt Frontier Scout single action revolver,  .22 LR cal., 4-3/4” barrel, bl
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Colt Frontier Scout single action revolver, .22 LR cal., 4-3/4” barrel, bl
Item number: 16317567 | Colt Frontier Scout single action revolver, .22 LR cal., 4-3/4” barrel, blue finish, checkered hard rubber grips, #237575F. This gun is in overall fine condition showing approx. 90% original finish, crisp action,markings and grips, very good + bore. Est.: $250-$500.
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\n Hamilton Rifle Co. No. 027 single shot rifle,  .22 cal., wood stocks, #NVSN
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Hamilton Rifle Co. No. 027 single shot rifle, .22 cal., wood stocks, #NVSN
Item number: 16317689 | Hamilton Rifle Co. No. 027 single shot rifle, .22 cal., wood stocks, #NVSN. This little boy’s starter rifle is in overall fair condition with a good action and markings, worn bore and fair wood stocks with old crack to lower portion of fore stock; last patent date: Aug. 13, 1907. Est.: $50-$100.
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\n Colt Model 1908 .25 caliber semi-automatic  pistol blue and case hardened f
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Colt Model 1908 .25 caliber semi-automatic pistol blue and case hardened f
Item number: 16317447 | Colt Model 1908 .25 caliber semi-automatic pistol blue and case hardened finish, hard rubber grips, serial number 310992. The Colt remains in original very good plus condition with approximately 90% to 95% original bluefinish. The markings are sharp and the edges are crisp. The trigger, grip safety, and safety show 90% to 95% brilliant and colorful case hardening. There is some light erosion and pinprick pitting starting near the muzzle and top edges. The interior shows a bright bore and an original clip is retained. A very nice model 1908 pocket. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n A. H. Fox, C E grade 12 gauge SXS shotgun,  30
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A. H. Fox, C E grade 12 gauge SXS shotgun, 30" barrels, choked full and fu
Item number: 16317326 | A. H. Fox, C E grade 12 gauge SXS shotgun, 30" barrels, choked full and full; factory letter states 7-3/4 pounds, 1-5/8 drop at comb, 1-3/4" drop at heel, straight stock, non-auto safe, Lyman sights, Perkins recoilpad, thick stock (perch belly), dark curly wood, concave rib, shipped from Philadelphia, PA July 27, 1916 to Bob Smith Sporting Goods, Boston, Mass, priced at $120 in 1916, with letter signed by J. T. Callahan, armshistorian. The stock measures 13-7/8" to the end of the wood, 15-1/2" to the end of the Packmeyer pad with thick nearly 1" wood spacer. The barrels show 90-95% old professionally re-blued finish, some thinning and losses where the rib meet the top of the barrel. The frame shows 75-85% toning, original case hardening; the trigger guard shows 98% blue matching the period of the barrel. The stocks have been professionallyrefreshed, show crisp checkering and fit impeccably. The action locks tight, the bores are very good. The gun is still choked full and full. A nice high grade Fox that has an attractive look and unusual butt
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\n Colt New Model Army civilian DA revolver, .41  cal., 6” barrel, blue finish
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Colt New Model Army civilian DA revolver, .41 cal., 6” barrel, blue finish
Item number: 16317568 | Colt New Model Army civilian DA revolver, .41 cal., 6” barrel, blue finish, checkered hard rubber grips, #239473. This gun is in overall good condition showing slight traces of original blue in protected areas, somescattered areas of erosion, pitting old cleaning; good action and grips, good markings and bore. Est.: $250-$500.
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\n Finely and extensively customized and  engraved, en suite, pair of Colt SAA
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Finely and extensively customized and engraved, en suite, pair of Colt SAA
Item number: 16317448 | Finely and extensively customized and engraved, en suite, pair of Colt SAA revolvers by noted firearms artist Phil Hudson contained in a deluxe wood and glass presentation casing that opens two differentways; one to access the Colts, the other for viewing them through a glass panel. The first is .45 cal., 3” barrel, ejectorless, nickel finish, 19th century New York style engraving with Texas Ranger badge in relief on leftrecoil shield, gold wash on hammer, trigger, cylinder pin and screw heads, faux pearl grips, #8147; crisp action, fair bore, beautiful engraving, fine grips. The second gun is also .45 cal., 3” barrel, ejectorless, nickel finish, matching 19th century New York style engraving with Texas Ranger badge in relief on left recoil shield, gold wash on hammer, trigger, cylinder pin and screw heads, faux pearl grips, #315685; crispaction, good bore, beautiful engraving, fine grips. The casing is fine overall with maroon lining and a finely reproduced Texas Ranger badge with inlaid cut diamond-like decorative settings; a very high art pair of Colts in
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\n Nazi style .22 caliber four shot belt buckle  oddity pistol, serial number
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Nazi style .22 caliber four shot belt buckle oddity pistol, serial number
Item number: 16317327 | Nazi style .22 caliber four shot belt buckle oddity pistol, serial number 89 showing small proofs and RZM marks. The body of the buckle shows some blue and light cleaning and remains about 50%. It is in workingcondition. Classified as an oddity and curio and relic. Must be registered as a pistol and state laws are applicable. Est.: $5,000 -$10,000.
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\n Pair of Colt  Lady Derringer’s in .22 caliber  single shot in original fact
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Pair of Colt Lady Derringer’s in .22 caliber single shot in original fact
Item number: 16317569 | Pair of Colt Lady Derringer’s in .22 caliber single shot in original factory display box, serial numbers 16599 and 16600. The pair remain in fine to excellent condition showing no evidence of use. The bottom of one gripshows a small chip missing. The exterior of the case shows some minor storage wear and slight discoloration. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Spanish cup hilt rapier in military style  circa 17th   to early 18th centu
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Spanish cup hilt rapier in military style circa 17th to early 18th centu
Item number: 16317449 | Spanish cup hilt rapier in military style circa 17th to early 18th century showing 34 ½” blade and 42” overall. illegible markings in center groove of blade that may have been military. The blade has been reducedslightly and is in good condition with good temper showing some minor pitting and erosion. The quilons measure nearly 11” across and the cup and metalwork is all very good and hand forged. The grip is copper wire wrapped and shows some old soldered repairs that were done during the period of use. The metal surfaces were lightly cleaned long ago but edges still good. There is some scattered light to moderate erosion and pitting butabsolutely a genuine Spanish colonial era rapier of the type carried to the New World. Est.: $1,250-$2,500.
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\n Finely made half scale miniature Thompson  submachine gun (non-firing) but
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Finely made half scale miniature Thompson submachine gun (non-firing) but
Item number: 16317328 | Finely made half scale miniature Thompson submachine gun (non-firing) but fully functioning with full markings in miniature including model 1928 number 7012 and Colt simulated markings on bottom of frame. Theminiature measures 12 ½” overall and shows even detailed markings on cutts compensator and on the barrel with full patent dates and Auto Ordnance markings on reverse. The fully functioning miniature is not a firearm as isthere is no chamber and is made to operate with non-firing dummy rounds. The case contains a 50 round size and 100 round size dummy drum magazine with stick magazines and slide off butt stock and cartridge block. All cased in velvet lined violin case of the 1920s era. This miniature was designed by and re-made for old-time Southern California collector Frank Andrina who was a prominent artist working in the cartoon field. Mr.Andrina spared no expense, time or effort to create this display model for his collection. Many different gunsmiths and workmen were used in an effort that took a few years to complete. Est.: $4,000- $8,000.
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\n Beautifully game scene and scroll engraved  Krieghoff Model 32 O/U shotgun,
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Beautifully game scene and scroll engraved Krieghoff Model 32 O/U shotgun,
Item number: 16317329 | Beautifully game scene and scroll engraved Krieghoff Model 32 O/U shotgun, 3 barrel set with carry case, single trigger auto ejector, serial #321. The gun is fitted with a hydro-coil style butt stock with nicelymatched wood graining; the stock measures 13-5/8” to the end of the wood, 14-1/8” to the end of the butt pad; engraving is deeply cut with exceptional scrolls and birds in flight. The barrels are as follows: 1.Factory matched Kreighoff barrel No. 321, 28” ventilated rib choked skeet and skeet. 2. Factory matched 30” ventilated rib marked trap. 3. Fitted set of 28” custom barrels in 20 gauge with Simmons rib both chokedimproved cylinder. The gun retains 90%-95% original blue with some slight drifting at the edges with handling and normal use. The stocks are good + with sharp checkering and a few minor storage marks and slightimperfections. The set includes one forend and the case is in overall very good condition. This would be an expensive set to replicate with 3 sets of barrels and this high grade European style engraving. Est.:
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Lot of approx. 12 general reference books, many on guns including military
Item number: 16317690 | Lot of approx. 12 general reference books, many on guns including military breech-loading rifles, Snider-Enfield rifles & carbines, Mauser rifles and pistols, Winchester lever action rifles, etc. Est.:$75-$125.
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\n Antique clock marked on dial “Santa Fe,  Railroad” in very good to near fin
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Antique clock marked on dial “Santa Fe, Railroad” in very good to near fin
Item number: 16317691 | Antique clock marked on dial “Santa Fe, Railroad” in very good to near fine original condition and absolutely authentic. Working condition. Est.: $400-$800
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\n British Bull Dog DA revolver, #41, engraved,  2-1/2” barrel, .41 cal., pear
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British Bull Dog DA revolver, #41, engraved, 2-1/2” barrel, .41 cal., pear
Item number: 16317570 | British Bull Dog DA revolver, #41, engraved, 2-1/2” barrel, .41 cal., pearl grips. This gun is in overall good to very good condition showing a grey patina with slightest hint of nickel finish in protected areas, goodaction, fair bore, iridescent old pearl grips that are overall good; the type of gun favored by the sporting crowd on the Barbary Coast of San Francisco during the 1870’s-90’s. Est.: $300-$600.
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\n Lot of approx. 20 general reference books on  firearms and other subjects i
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Lot of approx. 20 general reference books on firearms and other subjects i
Item number: 16317692 | Lot of approx. 20 general reference books on firearms and other subjects including The Rifled Musket by Fuller, Gunsmithing Kinks, Indian Trade Guns, The Lee-Enfield Rifle, etc. Est.: $150-$300.
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\n Swept hilt rapier with nicely marked blade  possibly Munich town guard, cir
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Swept hilt rapier with nicely marked blade possibly Munich town guard, cir
Item number: 16317450 | Swept hilt rapier with nicely marked blade possibly Munich town guard, circa 17th century, showing 37” blade and 43 ¾” overall. The blade shows some light to heavy scattered pitting and cleaning long ago. Thehilt is a nice dark un-cleaned patina with good quality construction and hand forging. The blade is well tempered. The wire wrap on the grip is expertly replaced and in correct style. Est.: $3,000 -$6,000.
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\n Colt New Police DA revolver, .32 cal., 4”  barrel, blue finish, checkered h
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Colt New Police DA revolver, .32 cal., 4” barrel, blue finish, checkered h
Item number: 16317571 | Colt New Police DA revolver, .32 cal., 4” barrel, blue finish, checkered hard rubber grips, #11695 with tooled leather holster. This gun is in overall very good + condition showing considerable original blue finish,crisp action and markings, fair bore, good grips; holster is overall good. Est.: $250-$500.
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\n Original enamel on tin Railway Express Agency  sign circa about the turn of
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Original enamel on tin Railway Express Agency sign circa about the turn of
Item number: 16317693 | Original enamel on tin Railway Express Agency sign circa about the turn of-the-century. The sign measures 72” in height by nearly 12” in width, shows yellow lettering on black background. The sign is in good conditionwith some losses of paint, normal aging and rust with pitting where the paint has lifted. An absolutely original sign that hung in Littlejohn’s gallery until approximately 20 years ago when purchased by our consignor.Est.: $400-$800.
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\n Exhibition quality silver mounted flintlock  horseman’s size holster pistol
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Exhibition quality silver mounted flintlock horseman’s size holster pistol
Item number: 16317451 | Exhibition quality silver mounted flintlock horseman’s size holster pistol signed “Lamotte Aine (the younger) a St. Etienne”. The pistol measures 20” overall with a nearly 13” barrel of approx. 68 caliber smoothbore; the barrel, hammer, rear of lockplate and frizzen are chiseled in high relief with gold damascene accents. The mounts are hallmarked and show high relief figural scenes of arms, flags, armor, cannon and other militarymotifs. The stock is nicely wire inlaid with plaque work in the form of an urn at the wrist of the stock; metal surfaces remain in very good + to near fine condition with normal aging, minor erosion and pinprickpitting, traces of original finish drifting to brown and an overall untouched and uncleaned patina. The lock remains in its original configuration with all correct parts including top jaw and etc. The stock is also very good + with slight normal aging, minute losses, slight scratches and a small amount of wire inlay missing; an original to the period ramrod is retained; horn tipped; the silver mounts are very crisp and have not
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\n Large and unusual cased single action pin  fire revolver marked Evraut Brev
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Large and unusual cased single action pin fire revolver marked Evraut Brev
Item number: 16317330 | Large and unusual cased single action pin fire revolver marked Evraut Brevette remaining in very good to near fine condition. The pistol measures 13” overall with 5 and nearly ½” half round half octagonbarrel of approximately 11 mm pin fire. The revolver shows a 6 shot cylinder and the hammer passes through the top of the frame to strike the pin fire primer. The barrel and the front of frame are blued and 75% to 85%of this original bright blue remains aging nicely with some scattered very light pitting and erosion. The cylinder and frame are floral engraved and are in sharp condition showing a satin gray color. The pistol isstocked in deluxe walnut and in very good condition with a very nice burled wood grain. The action is not quite working and there is a safety mechanism which locks the cylinder on the top of the frame. Contained within afitted case lined in red velveteen which is in very good condition showing some impressions and darkening but generally very good and the exterior of the case is a light-colored wood possibly a fruit wood with
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\n Remington O/U derringer, .41 cal., 3”  barrels, checkered hard rubber grips
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Remington O/U derringer, .41 cal., 3” barrels, checkered hard rubber grips
Item number: 16317572 | Remington O/U derringer, .41 cal., 3” barrels, checkered hard rubber grips, #213. This gun is in overall good condition showing a grey patina with scattered pinprick pitting, good action and hinge, dark bores,worn but good grips. Est.: $250-$500.
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\n Original Railway Express Company marked scale  manufactured by the Jacobs B
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Original Railway Express Company marked scale manufactured by the Jacobs B
Item number: 16317694 | Original Railway Express Company marked scale manufactured by the Jacobs Brothers Company for Howe scale company. Shows Railway Express marking on dial and their painted logo on the platform. The condition is very good plus with most of the original paint. Some just normal aging and minor losses to enamel and a few areas of minor rust and erosion. With a set of brass weights by Avery included. Approximately 9” in height by 20” in width.Est.: $500-$1,000.
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\n Colt SAA revolver, finely and extensively  custom cattle brand engraved by
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Colt SAA revolver, finely and extensively custom cattle brand engraved by
Item number: 16317452 | Colt SAA revolver, finely and extensively custom cattle brand engraved by Weldon Bledsoe, .45 cal., 7-1/2” barrel, nickel finish, finely raised carved modern ivory grips, #SA06770 with white and brown cowhidesoft boot. This gun is in overall fine to excellent condition showing classic Western brands with stippled background, crisp action, sharp markings, very good bore, outstanding custom raised carved grips withvine work and Indian Chief face with head dress on each side; a classic piece of Western firearms artwork by a noted engraver; fine custom soft boot. From the Texas collection of Eddie Glover, Jr. Est.:$3,000-$6,000.
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\n Colt 2nd Model square-back 1851 Navy revolver  in very good original condit
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Colt 2nd Model square-back 1851 Navy revolver in very good original condit
Item number: 16317331 | Colt 2nd Model square-back 1851 Navy revolver in very good original condition showing considerable original finish and period ivory grips, serial number 3463. This Navy shows 10% plus original blue on barrel withconsiderable original blue beneath the ramrod. The barrel address is sharp and the edges still fairly crisp. There is some scattered light to moderate erosion and slight wear at the muzzle from being carriedin a holster. The front sight has been changed to blade and post type with enlarged groove in hammer. The cylinder shows 50% to 70% original scene which is going light and Ornsby signature faintly visible. There issome slight pitting on the cylinder but generally very good with all cylinder pins remaining. The frame, hammer and loading lever show traces of silvery gray case hardening gone to a light patina. There issome scattered light erosion and pinprick pitting. This Colts patent marking is very clear on left side of frame and is the correct small size stamp. The early loading lever is matching and all visible serial
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\n L.C. Smith SxS exposed hammers shotgun, 12  gauge, 18-1/2” cut-down Damascu
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L.C. Smith SxS exposed hammers shotgun, 12 gauge, 18-1/2” cut-down Damascu
Item number: 16317573 | L.C. Smith SxS exposed hammers shotgun, 12 gauge, 18-1/2” cut-down Damascus barrels, checkered wood stocks, #29013. This gun is in overall good condition as modified with an even brown patina on metal surfaces, goodactions, fair bores, fair stocks with older re-finish and classic Victorian style butt plate. Est.: $250-$500.
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\n Canadian Ross Model 1910 straight pull rifle,  .280 cal., 26-1/2” barrel, b
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Canadian Ross Model 1910 straight pull rifle, .280 cal., 26-1/2” barrel, b
Item number: 16317695 | Canadian Ross Model 1910 straight pull rifle, .280 cal., 26-1/2” barrel, blue finish, checkered wood stock, sling swivels, #11110. This gun is in overall very good condition showing considerable muted original bluefinish, very good bore, action and markings; wood is also very good; Lyman adjustable receiver mounted sight with scope mount added to barrel approx. 4” forward of the breech. Est.: $400-$800.
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\n Colt Sheriff’s Edition Custom Shop Reserve 5  gun set in factory oak and gl
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Colt Sheriff’s Edition Custom Shop Reserve 5 gun set in factory oak and gl
Item number: 16317453 | Colt Sheriff’s Edition Custom Shop Reserve 5 gun set in factory oak and glass display case approx. 28” x 33” containing Colt Sheriff’s Model SAAs in five different barrel lengths, all in like new condition showing littlehandling; the guns include: 1. #154SE2, .45 LC cal., 2” barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut medallion grips; 2. #154SE25, .45 LC cal., 2-1/2” barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut medallion grips; 3. #154SE3, .45cal., 3” barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut medallion grips; 4. #154SE4, .45 cal., 4” barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut medallion grips; 5. #154SE55, .45 cal., 5-1/2” barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut medalliongrips. Wood casing is in overall fine condition and set up to hang on the wall. A beautiful display of the classic Colt Single Action Army revolver for any gunroom or den. From the Texas collection of Eddie Glover,Jr. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.
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\n Colt single action Army revolver .44 – .40  caliber, 4 ¾  inch barrel, with
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Colt single action Army revolver .44 – .40 caliber, 4 ¾ inch barrel, with
Item number: 16317332 | Colt single action Army revolver .44 – .40 caliber, 4 ¾ inch barrel, with considerable blue and case hardened finish remaining. Serial number 197302. This Colt remains in original very good condition with good sharpedges and good markings. Approximately 30% to 50% original blue remains with good sharp original grips. A nice frontier caliber Colt. Est.: $2,750-$5,500.
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\n Massive 1960’s era Bowie knife marked “I *  XL” and “Geo. Wostenholm & Son,
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Massive 1960’s era Bowie knife marked “I * XL” and “Geo. Wostenholm & Son,
Item number: 16317574 | Massive 1960’s era Bowie knife marked “I * XL” and “Geo. Wostenholm & Son, Washington Works, Sheffield” and “The Real XL Knife”, approx. 15” overall with a 10” blade in overall good condition showing some aging,simple cross guard and wood scaled grip that is pinned and has a blank inscription plaque inlaid into the left scale; accompanied by a heavy leather sheath. Est.: $250-$500.
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\n Reloading lot consisting of dies for .45-90  and .50-90 cartridges plus app
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Reloading lot consisting of dies for .45-90 and .50-90 cartridges plus app
Item number: 16317696 | Reloading lot consisting of dies for .45-90 and .50-90 cartridges plus approx. 300 new and 150 used Bell brass cases in .50-90 cal. and approx. 100 new and 200 used Starline brass cases in .45-90 cal. Est.: $175-$350.
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\n Set of factory engraved Colt New Black Powder  Series revolvers consisting
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Set of factory engraved Colt New Black Powder Series revolvers consisting
Item number: 16317454 | Set of factory engraved Colt New Black Powder Series revolvers consisting of a Colt Third Model Dragoon and Colt Navy in factory supplied two drawer presentation case with accessories. The Colt Dragoon is .44percussion caliber with 7 ½” barrel, factory blue and case harden finish, serial number 24754. Factory B grade scroll engraved and gold inlaid band at muzzle and end of barrel with flush gold rampant Colt on left side ofbarrel lug. Engraved by A. A. White engraving company for Stacy Williams Company, Birmingham, Alabama, shipped October 23, 1986 on custom shop order number 1790. The Colt Navy is .36 caliber with 7 ½” barrel blue and case hardened finish, factory class B scroll engraved, with gold inlaid band at breech and muzzle, and flush gold inlaid rampant Colt on left side of barrel lug matching to the above Dragoon, serial number 24877.Engraved by A. A. White engraving company for Stacy Williams Company, Birmingham, Alabama, shipped October 23, 1986 custom workshop order number 1791. Both pistols include a factory letter verifying these features and
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\n Colt Model 1877 DA
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Colt Model 1877 DA "Thunderer" ejectorless revolver, .41 cal., 3-1/2" barr
Item number: 16317333 | Colt Model 1877 DA "Thunderer" ejectorless revolver, .41 cal., 3-1/2" barrel, nickel finish, checkered hard rubber grips, #45032. This gun is in overall very good + condition showing approx. 65% original nickel finish,60% original etched panel scene on left side of barrel, majority of finish loss and spots of pitting confined to left muzzle side of barrel, some flaking of finish to areas of cylinder front; good action at time ofdescription, matching visible numbers, good bore and grips. Est.: $700-$1,400.
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\n Old relic knife with bone handle approx. 13”  overall with an 8-1/2” blade;
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Old relic knife with bone handle approx. 13” overall with an 8-1/2” blade;
Item number: 16317575 | Old relic knife with bone handle approx. 13” overall with an 8-1/2” blade; classic look; per consignor, found near Boerne, Texas. Est.: $200-$400.
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