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Rock Island Auction Company  7819 42nd St W Rock Island IL 61201

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12/6/2013 9:00 AM

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7819 42nd St W
Rock Island IL
61201
USA

7819 42nd St W Rock Island IL 61201 USA


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Collector's Lot of Two Antique American Revolvers -A) Merwin & Bray Spur Trigger Pocket Revolver
Item number: 18187800 | Collector's Lot of Two Antique American Revolvers -A) Merwin & Bray Spur Trigger Pocket Revolver


A) Manufactured circa 1862-1868. Originally configured for a front-loading cup primed cartridge, and later converted to rimfire. German silver blade front and frame groove rear sights, with "MERWIN & BRAY. FIRE-ARMS. CO. N.Y.", with patent dates marked around the five round cylinder. The barrel and cylinder are blue, with a silver finished brass frame and smooth grips.

Manufucture: Merwin & Bray
Model: Pocket
BBL: 3 1/2 inch solid rib octagon
Stock:
Guage: 28
Finish: blue/silver
Grips: rosewood
Serial Number: 2763

Condition: Very fine, with 70% of the original blue finish, showing a brown patina on the left side and bottom of the barrel, a mixed brown and gray on the cylinder, and some light spotting and handling marks overall. The frame is excellent, with over 90% of the silver, showing a deep, nearly black patina overall with brass visible along the high points. The grips are very good, with minor dents. The cylinder pin is loose, otherwise the action is very good.

B) Manufactured in the mid to late 1860's, using a semi-bored through cylinder to bypass Smith & Wesson's Rollin White patent. German silver blade front and hammer groove rear sights, with the top of the rib marked "CONN. ARMS CO. NORFOLK CONN." and the cylinder has the two-line 1864/1866 patent dates. Blued barrel and cylinder, casehardened hammer and spur trigger and silver plated brass frame, with smooth grips.

Manufucture: Connecticut Arms Co
Model: Pocket
BBL: 3 inch solid rib octagon
Stock:
Guage: 25
Finish: blue/silver
Grips: rosewood
Serial Number: 3241

Condition: Very fine, with 70% of the original blue finish, showing areas of light brown patina, bright edge wear and scattered handling marks. The frame is excellent, with a well aged patina on both the silver and exposed steel, especially dark in the protected areas. Grips are very good, with some light scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Factory Engraved Whitneyville Spur Trigger Pocket Revolver with Ivory Grips
Item number: 18187801 | Factory Engraved Whitneyville Spur Trigger Pocket Revolver with Ivory Grips

Manufactured from 1871 to 1879. This revolver is a Model No. 1 with a factory engraving, round barrel and unfluted cylinder. A scroll pattern is engraved on the rear of the barrel and a scroll and punch engraving is featured on the sides of the frame with a geometric line engraving on the back strap and a wavy line engraving on the top strap. Marked "WHITNEYVILLE ARMORY CT. U.S.A." on the barrel top. Barrel numbered to gun. Fitted with smooth ivory grips.

Fine. The barrel and cylinder retain 60% original blue finish with a smooth brown patina on the balance. The frame retains strong amounts of original silver plating in the protected areas with the exposed brass having a smooth patina. The engraving is crisp. The slightly shrunken grips are very fine with hairline stress cracks radiating from the screw. Hammer does not hold a half cock.

Scarce Late Production James Reid New Model 32 Knuckleduster Revolver
Item number: 18187802 | Scarce Late Production James Reid New Model 32 Knuckleduster Revolver

Also known as the "Protector", the New Model was manufactured circa 1883-1884. The quantity produced is unknown, but all observed examples fall within a range of 18240 to 18600. German silver blade front and groove rear sights, with "MY FRIEND" stamped on the left side of the barrel, scroll and punch dot engraving on the sides of the frame, a checkered spur trigger and a bird's head grip with integral "brass knuckle" finger ring.

Fair, showing a smooth gray patina overall, with traces of nickel on the cylinder, scattered light pitting concentrated around the breech, and a small dent on the side plate. Mechanically functions, but does not lock up.

Chicago Firearms Protector Palm Pistol
Item number: 18187803 | Chicago Firearms Protector Palm Pistol

Manufactured in the 1890s. Decorated with floral engraving around the barrel and on the frame, with the model and patent markings on the frame and the Chicago Firearms address on the side plate. Fitted with knurled panels on the frame, side plate and firing lever.

Very fine, with 80% of the original nickel finish, showing some areas of gray steel with mild pitting in those areas, along with some scattered handling marks. Grips are fine, with a scuff on the side of the firing lever panel. Mechanically fine.

American Arms Double Barrel Derringer
Item number: 18187804 | American Arms Double Barrel Derringer

There were 2,000-3,000 manufactured between 1866 and 1878. The barrels are a 22 RF and a 32 RF. The barrels can be rotated to fire either barrel. The barrel flats are marked "AMERICAN ARMS CO . BOSTON, MASS." and "WHEELER'S PAT. OCT. 31. 1865-JUNE 10. 1866". Fitted with varnished grips with the right panel numbered to gun.

Very good. The barrels retain traces of original blue finish with the balance a smooth brown patina. The frame retains 30% original silver plating with the exposed brass having an attractive patina. The grips are excellent with some minor scratches and retaining most of the varnish. Mechanically fine.

Engraved H.C. Lombard Single Shot Pocket Pistol
Item number: 18187805 | Engraved H.C. Lombard Single Shot Pocket Pistol

Manufactured in the 1860s. Blade and hammer notch sights, with the one line address on the barrel, scroll engraving on the breech and frame, and smooth flared butt grips.

Fair. The barrel shows a brown patina overall with light spotting and handling marks. A deep brass patina is visible on the frame, with some darker spots. Grips are fair, with some chips and cracks on the left panel. Mechanically good.

Colt Number Three Single Shot Derringer
Item number: 18187806 | Colt Number Three Single Shot Derringer

Manufactured circa 1875-1912. German silver blade sight, with "-COLT-" in italics on top of the barrel, a set of London "crown/V" and "crown/GP" proofs on the underside, and "23355" stamped on the front of the frame. Blue finished barrel, silver frame, casehardened hammer, niter blue trigger and smooth birds head grips.

Very good as period refinished. The barrel shows 95% of the blue, with a few mild handling marks. The frame shows 98% of the silver, with a mixed aged patina and some mild bubbling. Mechanically very good.

Winchester Model 1894 Takedown Lever Action Rifle in Desirable 38-55 WCF Caliber
Item number: 18187807 | Winchester Model 1894 Takedown Lever Action Rifle in Desirable 38-55 WCF Caliber

Manufactured in 1903. The top barrel flat is marked with the two line address/patent marking and "38-55" at the breech. The Winchester proof is stamped on top of the barrel and receiver. The upper tang is marked with the three line model/trade mark information. Lyman blade front sight, elevation adjustable buckhorn rear sight and full length magazine tube. The takedown latch has the 1893 patent marking. The forearm and straight grip stock are walnut with a highly attractive grain pattern. The included Winchester Gun Museum letter confirms the caliber, octagon barrel, plain trigger, takedown, lyman fron and rear sights and "fancy" stock and it was shipped on August 31, 1905.

Very good. The rifle retains 30% original blue finish with a smooth brown-gray patina on the balance. Some mild pitting is present on the bolt. The wood is excellent with a few very scattered very minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Remington-Elliot Four Barrel Derringer Pistol
Item number: 18187808 | Remington-Elliot Four Barrel Derringer Pistol

Manufactured circa 1863-1870. Blade front and notch rear sights, with the Remington & Sons address on the left side of the barrel group and the Elliot patents marking on the right. Fitted with smooth grips on a contoured grip.

Good as period replated, with most of the nickel finish, showing some mild frosting, scattered spotting, and light handling marks. The grips are very good, with a few mild dents. Mechanically fair.

Engraved Remington-Elliot Four-Barrel Pepperbox Pistol with Pearl Grips
Item number: 18187809 | Engraved Remington-Elliot Four-Barrel Pepperbox Pistol with Pearl Grips

Produced circa 1863-1870. Silver finished blade front and notch rear sights, with the Remington & Sons address on the left side of the barrel group and the Elliot patents marking on the right. Scroll engraving is present on top of the barrel group at the breech and muzzle and on the sides of the frame, with floral designs down the back strap and dotted checkerboards on the recoil shield and butt. Ring trigger, with internal rotating striker, "B" on the left side below the recoil shield, contoured butt, and smooth mother of pearl grip panels.

Good as period replated, showing 40% of the nickel, with areas of gray patina, mild pitting and handling marks. The grips are very good, slightly undersized on the left with a few superficial scratches. Mechanically very good.

Chicago Firearms Protector Palm Pistol
Item number: 18187810 | Chicago Firearms Protector Palm Pistol

Manufactured in the 1890s. Decorated with floral engraving around the barrel and on the frame, with the model and patent markings on the frame and the Chicago Firearms address on the side plate. Fitted with checkered grip panels on the frame, side plate and firing lever.

Excellent, with 97% of the original nickel finish, showing some light spotting and handling marks. The grips are very good, with solid checkering. The "2" in the serial number on the side plate is double-stamped, with matching numbers on the plate, magazine and frame. Mechanically excellent.

American Arms Wheeler Patent 32/22 Double Barrel Pocket Pistol
Item number: 18187811 | American Arms Wheeler Patent 32/22 Double Barrel Pocket Pistol

Manufactured from 1866 to 1878. Silver finished blade sights, with the 32 caliber barrel marked "AMERICAN ARMS CO. BOSTON, MASS." and the 22 caliber barrel marked "WHEELER'S PAT. OCT. 31. 1865 - JUNE. 19. 1866". Silver finished brass frame, with a checkered hammer, spur trigger, and smooth grips with a flared butt.

Fine, with 50% of the original blue finish on the barrels, which is mixed with a brown patina and shows bright wear along the high edges and scattered handling marks. A few small dings are present at the breeches from the hammer. Traces of deep original silver are present on the protected areas of the frame, with a well aged patina on both the silver and brass. The grips are good, with a few chips at the butt and mild handling marks. Mechanically fair.

Scarce Continental Arms Pepperbox Revolver
Item number: 18187812 | Scarce Continental Arms Pepperbox Revolver

Produced by Bacon Manufacturing Co. under the Continental trade name, with only around 800 produced. Produced without sights, with "CONTINENTAL ARMS CO. NORWICH.CT/PATENTED AUG. 28, 1866" marked on the cylinder, with the serial number on the rear face. Checkered hammer and spur trigger, with a flared butt and smooth grips.

Fine. The barrel shows traces of the original blue, concentrated in the flutes, with areas of brown and gray patina, mild spotting, and bright edge wear. The frame and cylinder have been gently cleaned, with a mixed gray patina and mild spotting overall. Grips are good, with a few small dents. Mechanically very good.

Scarce Factory Engraved American Arms Dual Caliber Over/ Under Superposed Pistol
Item number: 18187813 | Scarce Factory Engraved American Arms Dual Caliber Over/ Under Superposed Pistol

Manufactured between 1866 and 1878. Marked "AMERICAN ARMS CO. BOSTON, MASS." on the 22 caliber barrel and "WHEELER'S PAT. OCT. 31. 1865-JUNE. 19. 1866" on the 32 caliber barrel, each fitted with a silver finished brass blade sight. The sides of the silver finished frame are scroll engraved with leafy accented borders, and the back strap shows leafy designs at the butt. Fitted with a checkered hammer, spur trigger and smooth grips.

Good, with a mixed gray patina on the barrel group, showing minor pitting and handling marks. Traces of antique silver are present on the protected areas of the frame, with a deep, finely aged color on both the silver and the brass. Grips are fair as period repaired, with a section of replacement material on the left grip and scattered pressure dents. Action is very good.

Engraved Remington First Model Iron Frame Vest Pocket Pistol
Item number: 18187814 | Engraved Remington First Model Iron Frame Vest Pocket Pistol

Manufactured from 1865 to 1888. Brass pin front and notch rear sights, with the two line Remington address and patent markings on top of the frame and fine punch dot backed scroll engraving on the sides, rear and bottom of the frame. Fitted with smooth contoured grips.

Good as custom engraved and refinished, showing a smooth brown patina overall with light spotting and handling marks. The grips are very good, with some light dents. Mechanically very good.

Bacon Arms Pepperbox Revolver
Item number: 18187815 | Bacon Arms Pepperbox Revolver

One of approximately 1,000 manufactured in the late 1860s. The barrel cluster and right grip are numbered to the gun. The barrel cluster is marked "BACON ARMS CO. NORWICH, CONN." between two flutes. Fitted with two piece grips.

Fair as partially refinished (barrel cluster). The pepperbox has a smooth gray patina with the barrel cluster retaining traces of blue finish in the protected areas. The grips are fine with a couple very small chips missing near the bottom, high edge wear and some minor handling marks. Missing the hammer spring retention screw. Mechanically fine.

Cased Pair of Williams & Powell Percussion Muff Pistols with Accessories -A) Williams & Powell Percu
Item number: 18187816 | Cased Pair of Williams & Powell Percussion Muff Pistols with Accessories -A) Williams & Powell Percussion Pistol


A) Produced without sights, with light border engraving on the muzzle, "WILLIAMS/& POWELL" on the left side of the breech, "LIVERPOOL" on the right, scroll engraving on the frame and a sliding half-cock safety for the centrally mounted hammer. With a smooth one piece bag shaped grip, fitted with a German silver inscription oval on the back. In a brown felt lined hardwood case, with a blank brass inscription panel on the lid, nickel finished cap tin and oiler, single cavity mold with cutter, brass powder flask and 8 cast lead bullets.

Manufucture: Williams & Powell
Model: Double Action Revolver
BBL: 1 1/4 inch round
Stock:
Guage: 50
Finish: blue/silver
Grips: walnut
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Good as period refinished. The barrel shows a mixed brown patina, and the frame 70% of its period replated silver finish, with a well aged patina on both the silver and the underlying brass. The grip is very good, with mild dents. The case is fair, with some cracking and warping of the lid, fading and wear on the lining, and scattered handling marks. Barrel is wedged on, otherwise mechanically very good.

B) As described in A.

Manufucture: Williams & Powell
Model:
BBL: 1 1/4 inch round
Stock:
Guage: 50
Finish: blue/silver
Grips: walnut
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Good as period refinished, with a mixed gray and brown patina on the blue finished components and 80% of the replated silver on the frame, showing a mixed well aged patina and mild handling marks overall. Grip is fair as repaired, with a mended chip on the right side near the wrist. Mechanically very good.

Two Percussion Pistols -A) Scarce Engraved Pecare & Smith Ten Shot Pepperbox Pistol
Item number: 18187817 | Two Percussion Pistols -A) Scarce Engraved Pecare & Smith Ten Shot Pepperbox Pistol


A) Manufactured circa late 1840s to the early 1850s. The matching serial number is marked on the inside of the left side panel and on the barrels. The frame and back strap are decorated with broad scroll engraving. Semi-concealed hammer, folding trigger and fitted with smooth varnished walnut grips.

Manufucture: Pecare & Smith
Model: Pepperbox
BBL: 3 inch ribbed
Stock:
Guage: 28 Percussion
Finish: blue/silver
Grips: walnut
Serial Number: 191

Condition: Poor. The barrels have a dark patina with some minor flash pitting on the breech end. The barrel shield is absent. The frame retains traces of the original silver plating with a smooth mottled gray patina on the balance. The action needs work, the barrels do not lock up and they are out of time. The grips are also good with a couple small minor cracks, the right panel is a bit ill-fitting and there are a few minor dents.

B) Estimated production of this pistol was only about 500. The left upper barrel flat is marked "BACON & CO. / NORWICH C-T", the left side flat "CAST STEEL" and the serial number appears on the bottom flat. All steel rounded frame with standard broad floral scroll engraving, fixed rear sight and two piece smooth bag shaped walnut grips.

Manufucture: Bacon Arms Co
Model: Underhammer
BBL: 3 3/4 inch part octagon
Stock:
Guage: 34 Percussion
Finish: blue
Grips: walnut
Serial Number: 16

Condition: Fair. The pistol has a smooth gray patina. There are some tool marks on the octagon portion of the barrel and the front sight is absent. The grips are good with some minor dings and handling marks. The markings are clear. The action is fine.

Vintage Winchester Boxed Rifle Ammunition
Item number: 18187818 | Vintage Winchester Boxed Rifle Ammunition

1) Winchester 44-40 (blue box), all 50 cartridges have the "WRACO 44 WCF" head stamp. 2) Winchester 44-40 (red and yellow box), all 50 cartridges have the "WRA 44-40 WIN" head stamp. 3) Winchester 44-40 (yellow label two piece box), 50 cartridges either have "WRACO 44 COLT" head stamp or are without a head stamp.

Overall boxes are fine showing some wear and clear printing.

Collector's Lot of Two Antique American Revolvers -A) Scarce James Warner Belt Model Percussion Revo
Item number: 18187819 | Collector's Lot of Two Antique American Revolvers -A) Scarce James Warner Belt Model Percussion Revolver


A) Manufactured circa 1851 with total quantity estimated at only approximately several hundred and is believed to be the first revolving handgun manufactured by James Warner on a production basis. The revolver has no maker's name or address markings as observed on other examples. "12G" is stamped on the front of the frame and on the trigger. The cylinder has an acid etched pattern. Fitted with smooth walnut bird head grips.

Manufucture: Warner James
Model: Belt Model
BBL: 5 inch round
Stock:
Guage: 31 percussion
Finish: blue
Grips: walnut
Serial Number: 12G

Condition: Very good. The revolver has a smooth brown patina with traces of original blue finish in the protected areas. There are a few small patches of minor pitting on the cylinder with most of the etching remaining. The grips are very fine with some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

B) Double trigger model with only an estimated 350 manufactured. Cylinder has the James Warner marking. Fitted with smooth walnut grips numbered to the gun.

Manufucture: Springfield Arms Company
Model: Pocket
BBL: 2 1/2 inch round
Stock:
Guage: 28 Percussion
Finish: blue
Grips: walnut
Serial Number: 59

Condition: Good. The revolver has a mottled gray patina with some light pitting on the back strap. The grips are also good with a long shallow cut on the right panel most of the original varnish remaining, some high point wear and some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Collector's Lot of Two Percussion Pepperboxes -A) W.W. Marston/Washington Arms Percussion Pepperbox
Item number: 18187820 | Collector's Lot of Two Percussion Pepperboxes -A) W.W. Marston/Washington Arms Percussion Pepperbox


A) Manufactured in the 1850s by William W. Marston under the trade name Washington Arms, which is marked on top of the hammer. A barrel rib is marked "CAST STEEL" and floral scroll engraved frame. Serial number on the left side of the frame under the grip and the number "73" (likely an assembly number) on the trigger and barrel cluster.

Manufucture: Marston W W & Co
Model: Pepperbox
BBL: 5 inch solid rib
Stock:
Guage: 31 percussion
Finish: blue
Grips: walnut
Serial Number: 1419

Condition: Good. The pistol has a smooth gray patina with traces of original blue finish remaining in the protected areas of the barrel cluster. The grips are fine with a series of minor pressure dents on the bottoms and a few minor handling marks overall. Mechanically fine.

B) One of 200 manufactured from 1852 to 1858. A barrel rib has the address marking with a second rib marked "CAST STEEL". Standard engraving on frame and shield. Matching numbers on frame, hammer spring and barrel cluster.

Manufucture: Bacon Arms Co
Model: Pepperbox
BBL: 3 3/4 inch solid rib
Stock:
Guage: 31 percussion
Finish: blue
Grips: walnut
Serial Number: 89

Condition: Good. The pepperbox has a smooth gray patina with some minor flash pitting. The engraving is crisp. The grips are very good with a sliver of wood missing and some scattered minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Collector's Lot of Two Antique Marlin OK Model Derringers -A) Marlin OK Model Bird Head Butt Derring
Item number: 18187821 | Collector's Lot of Two Antique Marlin OK Model Derringers -A) Marlin OK Model Bird Head Butt Derringer


A) Manufactured between 1863 and 1870. Silver blade front sight on barrel marked "OK" on the top flat and two line address on the right. Fitted with bird head rosewood grips. Barrel and left grip panel are numbered to gun.

Manufucture: Marlin Firearms Co
Model: Derringer
BBL: 2 3/4 inch part octagon
Stock:
Guage: 22 RF
Finish: blue
Grips: rosewood
Serial Number: 1708

Condition: Very good. The barrel retains traces of original blue finish with a smooth gray patina on the balance. The brass has a smooth patina. The grips are also very good with a putty filled repair near the bottom (left panel), high edge wear and a number of minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

B) Blade front sight on a barrel marked "OK" on the top flat. Has the early production square butt brass frame. Fitted with square butt smooth rosewood grips with the right panel numbered to gun.

Manufucture: Marlin Firearms Co
Model: Derringer
BBL: 2 3/4 inch part octagon
Stock:
Guage: 22 RF
Finish: blue
Grips: rosewood
Serial Number: 2308

Condition: Very good. The barrel retains traces of original blue finish with a crisp gray patina on the balance with some very light pin point pitting. The brass has a smooth patina. The grips are good with a couple missing chips and a number of minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

European Single Shot Percussion Pistol with Snap Bayonet and Liege Proof
Item number: 18187822 | European Single Shot Percussion Pistol with Snap Bayonet and Liege Proof

Produced without sights, with the "E/LG/star" Liege proof on the left side of the barrel, horn-tipped ramrod with extractor screw on the right, and a 3 1/2 inch spring loaded spike bayonet on the underside, hinged at the muzzle with the trigger guard doubling as the catch. Light engraving on the brass frame, with an animal head hammer. Checkered one piece bag shaped grip with floral patterns near the frame and nickel tacks along the back.

Fine. The brass shows a mixed aged patina overall, with a brown and gray color to the steel components and traces of case color on the bayonet hinge. A few voids are present in the ramrod tip. The grip is good, with a few tacks battered or absent, and mild dents on the wood. The bayonet tip is slightly bent, otherwise mechanically very good.

Pair of English "Crawley & Co" Inscribed, Engraved Percussion Pistols -A) Crawley & Company Single S
Item number: 18187823 | Pair of English "Crawley & Co" Inscribed, Engraved Percussion Pistols -A) Crawley & Company Single Shot Percussion Pistol


A) Nickel bead front and notch rear sights, with a pair of crossed scepter proofs on the lower left flats of the barrel and frame and "CRAWLEY & Co" on the top barrel flat. The frame and hammer are both floral scroll engraved, with a gold washed underbarrel rib, a blue swiveling ramrod, and a blue belt hook mounted on the left side. Checkered grip, with a scroll engraved blue steel cartridge box on the butt, and a silver inscription panel marked "JOSE DE LA/BARCENA" on the back. De La Barcena has not been identified at this time.

Manufucture: English
Model: Percussion
BBL: 4 1/2 inch round
Stock:
Guage: 54
Finish: blue/gold
Grips: walnut
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Very good as refinished, showing most of the high polish custom blue and gold plating, with mild pitting and handling marks. Grips are good, with some light chips and cracks. Mechanically good.

B) As A.

Manufucture: English
Model: Percussion
BBL: 4 1/2 inch octagon
Stock:
Guage: 54
Finish: blue/gold
Grips: walnut
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Very good as refinished, showing most of the high polish custom blue and gold plating, with scattered pitting and handling marks. Grips are very good, with some dents and flat spots. Mechanically fine.

Rare Original Fully Automatic Class III Colt Firearms M16 Rifle with Original Colt Sniper Scope
Item number: 18187824 | Rare Original Fully Automatic Class III Colt Firearms M16 Rifle with Original Colt Sniper Scope

This is an excellent example of an original Colt Firearms manufactured, fully automatic M16 rifle. These original Colt fully automatic M16 series rifles are very rare and hard to find on the open market today as most were restricted to Government, Foreign Military and Police sales. To keep them separate and distinct from the Military they were given their own serial number ranges with this one indicating manufacture between 1973 and 1982, as well as not marked "U.S. Government Property". This rifle was actually produced on the same exact manufacturing line as their military counterpart using the same military grade factory original parts. Although the receiver is marked "M16" on the magazine well, it is actually an M16A1 configuration that has the late features such as the forward assist on the right side, improved buttstock with the trap compartment for the cleaning equipment, closed flash hider and a chrome lined bore with the standard 1-12 twist. The receiver is roll stamped "COLT M16/CAL. 5.56mm. 5096764"; farther back it is marked "COLT FIREARMS DIVISION/COLT INDUSTRIES/HARTFORD CONN." along with the standard "SAFE/SEMI/AUTO" receiver markings. This is an excellent all original Colt M16 fully automatic rifle in the highly desirable 5.56mm cartridge that is complete with one of the early Japanese manufactured Colt 3X20 marked sniper scopes that is mounted directly to the carrying handle. The scope is like new and is complete with the original white shipping box. It is marked on the side of the mount "T.P.P.D. #18". This rifle includes a green canvas sling, however no magazine.

Excellent with 98% of the original parkerized/anodized finish with minor handling marks overall. The plastic components; buttstock, pistol grip and handguards are also all in excellent condition showing only minor handling marks. The Colt scope is also in excellent condition with 99% of its original finish with crystal clear optics. An excellent all original Colt manufactured M16 fully automatic rifle. NOTE: This weapon is a National Firearms Act (NFA), Class III, Fully Automatic Weapon, which is registered with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, (BATF) under the provisions of 18 U.S.C. Chapter 44 and 27 CFR part 478. Before bidding on this weapon is it the sole responsibility and obligation of the bidder to understand and comply with all the State and Federal transfer laws and restrictions that apply in their current place of residence.

World War II Auto-Ordnance M1 Thompson DEWAT Class III/NFA Submachine Gun
Item number: 18187825 | World War II Auto-Ordnance M1 Thompson DEWAT Class III/NFA Submachine Gun

The M1 and M1A1 were introduced in April 1942 and was a simplified wartime version of the original M1928 Thompson Submachine Gun. These SMGs exhibit numerous wartime, manufacturing shortcuts that were developed to facilitate a cheaper/easier to manufacture SMG with a higher production rate, while still maintaining their reliability. The wartime features are a simple stamped, "L" type fixed rear sight, horizontal walnut forearm, fixed butt stock and side-mounted cocking handle, with no cooling fins on the barrel and no compensator. Additionally the entire bolt mechanism was redesigned for faster production that includes a one-piece forged bolt with a simple firing pin mechanism. The receiver is marked: "THOMPSON SUBMACHINE GUN/CALIBER 45 M1/NO. 39249", and the right side is marked: "AUTO ORDNANCE CORPORATION/BRIDGEPORT CONNECTICUT U.S.A.". The left side of the receiver is stamped with the Rochester Ordnance district, inspector initials: "R.L.B." with a encircled "GES". The lower trigger housing is marked: "AUTO/SINGLE" and "FIRE/SAFE", with the serial number "188670" stamped on the underside of the trigger guard. This SMG is complete with two 30-round magazines. This is the same exact type of SMG that was used for many years by Vic Morrow, in the hit TV show "COMBAT" and again in the excellent movie "Saving Private Ryan". As noted this example does not have a matching numbers on the receiver and lower trigger group. This SMG was DEWATED by welding a plug inside the barrel/chamber area along with a small tack weld at the junction of the barrel and the receiver face.

Very fine as arsenal refurbished with 98% of the GI parkerized finish overall, with wear on the edges and high spots. The wood components, stock, pistol grip and forearm, appears to be new wartime replacement parts that show only minor handling marks. Overall an exceptionally nice Thompson M1 SMG. NOTE: This item is restricted as a National Firearms Act (NFA), Fully Automatic Weapon that is currently registered with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco Firearms and Explosives (BATF&E) that has been classified as a "Curios or Relic" as defined in 27 CFR, 478.11. Although listed as unserviceable, they are still considered weapons that are still subject to the provisions of 18 U.S.C. Chapter 44 and 27 CFR part 478. Before bidding on this item, it is the sole responsibility and obligation of the bidder/Class 3 FFL holder to understand and comply with all the State and Federal transfer laws and restrictions that apply in their current place of residence.

Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18187826 | Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1902. This Third Model 1873 rifle has the integral dust cover rail and dust cover with serrated edges. Blade front sight, elevation adjustable buckhorn rear sight and replacement full length magazine tube. The top barrel flat has the two line address/patent date marking and "44 W.C.F." at the breech. The upper tang is marked "MODEL 1873". Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with forend cap and crescent buttplate with compartment (cleaning rod not included).

Very good. The metal surfaces retain traces of original blue finish with the balance a smooth gray patina. Some scattered minor pitting is present (mostly on the receiver). The wood is good with a series of shallow gouges on the buttstock (right side) and some minor handling marks overall. Mechanically fine.

World War II Auto-Ordnance M1 Thompson Class III/NFA DEWAT Submachine Gun
Item number: 18187827 | World War II Auto-Ordnance M1 Thompson Class III/NFA DEWAT Submachine Gun

The M1 Submachine Gun was introduced in April 1942 as a simplified wartime version of the original M1928 Thompson Submachine Gun. These SMGs exhibit numerous wartime, manufacturing shortcuts that were developed to facilitate a cheaper/easier to manufacture SMG with a higher production rate, while still maintaining their reliability. The wartime features are a simple stamped, "L" type fixed rear sight with side protectors, horizontal walnut forearm, fixed butt stock and side-mounted cocking handle, with no cooling fins on the barrel and no compensator. Additionally the entire bolt mechanism was redesigned for faster production that includes a one-piece forged bolt with a simple firing pin mechanism. The receiver is marked: "THOMPSON SUBMACHINE GUN/CALIBER 45 M1/NO. 27443", and the right side is marked: "AUTO ORDNANCE CORPORATION/BRIDGEPORT CONNECTICUT U.S.A.". The left side of the receiver is stamped with the Rochester Ordnance district, inspector initials: "F.J.A.." with a encircled "GES" and small Crossed-Cannon cartouche. The top of the barrel is stamped with a single "P" proof. The lower trigger housing is marked: "AUTO/SINGLE" and "FIRE/SAFE", with the serial number "626494" stamped on the underside of the trigger guard. This SMG is complete with two 30-round magazines. This is the same exact type of SMG that was used for many years by Vic Morrow, in the hit TV show "COMBAT" and again in the excellent movie "Saving Private Ryan". As noted this example does not have a matching numbers on the receiver and lower trigger group. This SMG was DEWATED by welding a plug inside the barrel/chamber area along with a small tack weld at the junction of the barrel and the receiver face.

Very fine as arsenal refurbished with 98% of the GI parkerized finish overall, with wear on the edges and high spots. The wood components, stock, pistol grip and forearm, appears to also be refurbished that show only minor handling marks. Overall an exceptionally nice Thompson M1 SMG. NOTE: This item is restricted as a National Firearms Act (NFA), Fully Automatic Weapon that is currently registered with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco Firearms and Explosives (BATF&E) that has been classified as a "Curios or Relic" as defined in 27 CFR, 478.11. Although listed as unserviceable, they are still considered weapons that are still subject to the provisions of 18 U.S.C. Chapter 44 and 27 CFR part 478. Before bidding on this item, it is the sole responsibility and obligation of the bidder/Class 3 FFL holder to understand and comply with all the State and Federal transfer laws and restrictions that apply in their current place of residence.

Rare Original Fully Automatic Class III Colt Firearms M16 Rifle with Original Colt Sniper Scope
Item number: 18187828 | Rare Original Fully Automatic Class III Colt Firearms M16 Rifle with Original Colt Sniper Scope

This is an excellent example of an original Colt Firearms manufactured, fully automatic M16 rifle. These original Colt fully automatic M16 series rifles are very rare and hard to find on the open market today as most were restricted to Government and Foreign Military sales. To keep them separate and distinct from the Military they were given their own serial number ranges with this one indicating manufacture between 1973 and 1982, as well as not marked "U.S. Government Property". This rifle was actually produced on the same exact manufacturing line as their military counterpart using the same military grade factory original parts. Although the receiver is marked "M16" on the magazine well, it is actually an M16A1 configuration that has the late features such as the forward assist on the right side, improved buttstock with the trapdoor compartment for the cleaning equipment, closed flash hider and a chrome lined bore with the standard 1-12 twist. The receiver is roll stamped "COLT M16/CAL. 5.56mm. "5097153"; farther back it is marked "COLT FIREARMS DIVISION/COLT INDUSTRIES/HARTFORD CONN." along with the standard "SAFE/SEMI/AUTO" receiver markings. This is an excellent all original Colt M16 fully automatic rifle in the highly desirable 5.56mm cartridge that is complete with one of the early Japanese manufactured "Colt/3X20" marked sniper scopes that mounts directly to the carrying handle. The scope is like new and is complete with the original white shipping box and lens covers. It is marked on the side of the mount "T.P.P.D. #20". This rifle is complete with an original 4-section cleaning rod, bore brush and swab holder inside the buttstock, however it does not include a magazine. Magazines are very easy to find on the open market.

Excellent with 98% of the parkerized/anodized finish overall, with minor handling marks. The plastic components, stock, handguards and pistol grip are all in excellent condition also with minor handling marks. The Colt scope retains 98% of its original finish and has excellent optics. A very nice example of an original Colt M16 fully automatic rifle. NOTE This weapon is a National Firearms Act (NFA), Class III, Fully Automatic Weapon, which is registered with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, (BATF) under the provisions of 18 U.S.C. Chapter 44 and 27 CFR part 478. Before bidding on this weapon is it the sole responsibility and obligation of the bidder to understand and comply with all the State and Federal transfer laws and restrictions that apply in their current place of residence.

Desirable World War II German Luftwaffe Issue Model 30 Survival Drilling Complete with Metal Storage
Item number: 18187829 | Desirable World War II German Luftwaffe Issue Model 30 Survival Drilling Complete with Metal Storage Case and Accessories

This is a very fine, all original WWII J. P. Sauer and Sohns M30 German Luftwaffe survival drilling. The M30 Drilling was standard issue to Luftwaffe bomber crews in North Africa and the Mediterranean Theater from 1941-43. They are a three-barreled combination gun; double barrel 12 gauge, over a 9.3X74R rifle barrel. These drillings exhibit beautiful pre-war workmanship as produced by the J. P. Sauer and Sohns factory that show a high polish rust blue barrel with a beautiful color casehardened receiver, trigger guard, grip cap and forend attaching metal, with an oil finished, European walnut stock and forearm. The quality of these drillings, rivals anything that was produced in the US prior to WWII. The bottom of the rear barrel lug has a single "stick Eagle/2" Luftwaffe acceptance mark and the underside of each barrel has the Commercial "Eagle/N" proofmarks, along with the bore and gauge/caliber markings, "12/65" and is dated "12-41" for the month and year of manufacture. Both shotgun barrels and the rifle barrel are marked "KRUPP-LAUFSTAHL". The serial number "337483" is stamped on the underside of the rifle barrel, the left receiver rail, rear receiver tang, with the last four digits (7483) stamped on the forend attaching iron, showing all matching numbers. The right rear breech area of the shotgun barrel is correctly engraved with the large "Luftwaffe Eagle" mark carrying the Nazi Swastika. The barrel has a matted rib with brass bead front sight. These drillings have a Greener type cross-bolt receiver/action with a tang mounted safety lever. The top right edge of the receiver rail is also marked with the intertwined "SS" proof for the Sauer & Sohns factory along with the Commercial Eagle "N" firing proof. Both sides of the receiver are marked with "J.P. SAUER & SOHN, SUHL" with a larger intertwined "SS" logo on the underside of the receiver. The left side of the stock has a small European style oval cheekpiece with a large prominent "Luftwaffe Eagle/Swastika" insignia stamped on the right side of the buttstock with a black plastic serrated buttplate marked in the center with the intertwined "SS" logo of the Sauer & Sohns factory. The top of the receiver tang has a sliding barrel selector catch. When engaged the rifle barrel selector raises a folding, 100 meter, rifle rear sight on the barrel rib and engages the forward trigger for firing the rifle barrel. The front trigger can be pushed forward to activate a "single set" trigger. This rifle has a diminutive high quality scroll engraving on the receiver, trigger guard, and engraved screw heads with the forearm and pistol grip finely checkered. The drilling is packed in an aluminum carrying case that has the gray painted exterior, which is divided into compartments for the drilling, ammunition, cleaning equipment and sling with the inside of the lid stenciled with a listing of the original contents. The drilling includes an original three section wooden cleaning rod, a rifle bore brush, two shotgun bore brushes and an original M30 field manual. The Length of pull of this drilling is 14 inches.

Excellent with 95% of the original blue/color casehardened finish overall. The left barrel showing minor wear and blue loss on the side from where it was carried with some edge and high spot wear. The receiver shows 85% of its original color casehardened finish overall, with most of the finish loss on the front sides and front under sides of the receiver, where it was probably carried in the field or lightly hunted with during WWII. The stock and forend are both in very fine condition overall with only minor handling marks with nice distinct checkering on both sides with only a couple of minor handling marks. The larger Luftwaffe/Eagle/Swastika is clear and distinct. The case retains 85% of the original Luftwaffe gray painted exterior with wear on the edges and corners from movement during storage. The accessories are all in very fine condition. This is an excellent example of a real and unaltered, WWII Luftwaffe M30 drilling that is showing original honest hunting/handling wear.

Outstanding DWM Model 1923 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18187830 | Outstanding DWM Model 1923 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster

This is an early production DWM Model 1923 Commercial Luger semi-automatic pistol in the 75,000 serial range, just past the 1914 commercials. The chamber area is blank and it has the standard "DWM" logo on the front toggle. A "crown/N" proof is present on the extension, with "IMPORT" on the underside of the barrel and "GESICHERT" and "GELADEN" markings on the safety and extractor. Matching full numbers are present on the barrel and frame, with matching partial numbers on the takedown latch, sideplate, trigger, sear, safety, hold-open, toggles and breechblock. Straw colored small parts, nickel magazine with a smooth wood base and fitted with checkered walnut grips. Comes with an unmarked brown leather flap holster.

Excellent. The pistol retains 90% plus of the original blue finish, showing a few areas of gray and brown patina, bright edge wear and scattered handling marks. The grips are very fine with mild pressure dents, verdigris and crisp checkering. The holster is fine with some flex cracking and scuffs. Mechanically excellent.

Swiss Bern Model 1929 Luger Pistol Rig with Swiss Leather Holster and Spare Magazine
Item number: 18187831 | Swiss Bern Model 1929 Luger Pistol Rig with Swiss Leather Holster and Spare Magazine

This is a 1929 Swiss commercial luger manufactured by the Bern factory in Switzerland. The chamber area is unmarked and the front toggle has the "Swiss Cross in a Shield" markings. The barrel is numbered on the side of the shoulder with a small "BP", proof with a small Swiss cross proof on the underside. A small "Crown/M" proof on the side rail with a small "Swiss Geneva Cross" acceptance proof on the major components indicating acceptance at the Bern factory. It is fitted with a standard Swiss, nickel plated magazine with the unnumbered brown plastic base. There is a single "P" proof on the right frame rail, indicating release by the Swiss Government. This luger is complete with an original late pattern Swiss leather holster and spare magazine. The holster is stamped "A. BUHLER/sattler/MURI (AARG)/41" and includes one spare Swiss luger magazine. There is a small import mark on the underside of the right frame rail.

Very fine with 85% plus of the blue finish with edge and high spot wear with general thinning overall. The holster is in very good condition with clear markings with the leather fading overall mixed with some light staining. A nice mid-production Swiss luger pistol rig.

Scarce 1941 Dated Mauser Banner Portuguese Contract Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Matching Magazi
Item number: 18187832 | Scarce 1941 Dated Mauser Banner Portuguese Contract Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Matching Magazine

This is a very nice example of a late production WWII Mauser Banner Commercial Luger pistol with matching magazine. These are a fairly scarce luger in that they were intended for commercial sales to other countries (such as Portugal), at the same time they were trying to supply all the requirements of the Nazi Army. The top of the chamber area is stamped "41" for the year of manufacture with the large Mauser Banner logo on the front toggle. The safety is marked "SEGURANCA". The left side of the barrel extension and breech block have the Nazi "Eagle/N" commercial proofmarks. The full serial number "6947w" is stamped on the front of the frame, with "6947" stamped on the underside of the barrel and left side of the barrel extension. The various small parts are correctly stamped with the last two digits (47) of the serial number. The pistol has a salt blue finish and the late war, black plastic grips.

Very fine with 80% plus of the original blue finish with wear and blue loss on the high spots with minor rust starting on the grip straps. The checkered grips are in fair condition showing wear with a small hole on the left lower grip. As noted this luger has all matching numbers to include the magazine, except the grips which are unnumbered.

World War II Mauser 42 Date "byf" Code P 08 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18187833 | World War II Mauser 42 Date "byf" Code P 08 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster

Dated "42" on the chamber and marked "byf" on the toggle. Two "Eagle/135" proofs and Nazi firing proof on the right side of the barrel extension, "eagle/135" proof on the breech end of the barrel, and firing proof on the barrel and left side of the breechblock. Visible serial numbers match, including the partial number "99" on most of the small parts. Blue magazine with unmarked body and pot metal base marked "997/b/eagle/655". The left grip panel has an inset pearl rectangle with a gold relief Old English "F" at the top and an inset German coin at the bottom. Comes with a black leather flap holster marked "jhg/41/ eagle/swastika/WaA286" and "08"on the back.

Fine. The pistol retains 85% original blue finish with some thinning and high edge wear. The barrel extension is taking on a plum color. The grips are good as modified (see above) showing some roughness around the coin and some minor wear to the otherwise crisp checkering. The markings remain clear. Mechanically fine. The holster is very good with a dull finish showing some light flexing and tight stitching.

DWM 1915 Dated Military Luger Pistol
Item number: 18187834 | DWM 1915 Dated Military Luger Pistol

Dated "1915" on the chamber and marked "DWM" on the toggle. The serial number is marked on the left side of the extension, front of the frame and on the bottom of the barrel, with matching partial numbers on the latch, side plate, trigger, sear, safety components, hold open, toggle links, extractor, breechblock and firing pin. "12593042-" has been added to the left side of the frame, underneath the side plate, with an electric pencil. Three "crown/ script letter" proofs and "Imperial Eagle" firing proof are marked on the extension, with the Imperial Eagle repeated on the breechblock and barrel. Proper upper safety position and extractor markings. Small components are straw colored and the sear spring and screws are niter blue. Fitted with checkered walnut grips.

Excellent. The pistol retains 95% of the original blue finish, showing a few light dings on the front strap, some bright edge wear and minor spotting and handling marks. 70% of the original straw colors remain. The grips are very fine with a hairline crack in the left panel next to the safety and some light pressure dents in the otherwise crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Excellent Swiss Army SIG P210 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18187835 | Excellent Swiss Army SIG P210 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster

Introduced in 1949. Fixed sights with the Swiss "cross in shield" stamp on the rear sight base. Stacked matching serial numbers on the left side of the slide and frame, matching number on the barrel, "SIG" maker's slide mark and "P" on the trigger guard. An importer mark has been added to either side of the magazine well opening. Manual safety, magazine well safety, checkered slide catch, heel-mounted magazine catch and serrated grips. With a brown leather holster marked "51" and "F.BRECHBUHL/Sattler/NIEDERSCHERLI".

Excellent, with 95% of the original blue finish, showing some edge wear and handling marks overall. Mild spotting is present on the slide catch. Grips are excellent, with minimal varnish loss. Holster is very good, with some scuffing and cracks. Mechanically excellent.

DWM 1923 Commercial Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Abercrombie & Fitch Marking
Item number: 18187836 | DWM 1923 Commercial Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Abercrombie & Fitch Marking

"ABERCROMBIE AND FITCH Co NEW YORK/MADE IN SWITZERLAND." on top of barrel, "Swiss cross in sunburst" on chamber and "DWM" monogram on toggle link. Commercial "crown/N" proofs are present, with "GERMANY" on the right side of the extension, "GESICHERT" and "GELADEN" safety and extractor markings, straw finished small parts, checkered grips and nickel finished wood base magazines with alloy disc inserts.

Very fine as period refinished possibly by retailer, with 95% of the blue, showing bright wear along the high edges, scattered spotting and mild handling marks. A patch of brown and gray patina is present on the lower section of the front strap. Grips are good, with a dent in the rear section of the left grip panel, a small hole drilled into the middle section of the right grip, and light pressure dents overall. Mechanically very good.

Rare Casehardened Winchester Model 1886 Saddle Ring Carbine
Item number: 18187837 | Rare Casehardened Winchester Model 1886 Saddle Ring Carbine

Manufactured in 1901. This is an example of a Winchester Model 1886 with a casehardened receiver, which Winchester discontinued in 1901. The top of the barrel is marked with the two line address ahead of the rear sight and "45-90/W.C.F." at the breech. The upper tang is marked "-MODEL 1886-", and the lower tang is marked with the two line, two patent dates directly behind the trigger and the serial number behind the lever. Pinned brass blade front sight and folding ladder rear sight graduated to 200 yards. Saddle ring and stud on the left side of the receiver. Mounted with a smooth walnut forearm and straight grip stock with a carbine buttplate.

Fine as professionally restored overall. The barrel and magazine retain 80% thinning dark blue finish. The bolt retains 99% bright blue finish. The hammer, lever and receiver retain 95% bright case colors with some smooth gray patina on the underside. The markings on the receiver have been re-engraved prior to refinish. The buttplate has a dark patina. The wood is also very good as refinished showing a few minor dings and handling marks.

Grouping of Luger Pistol Components
Item number: 18187838 | Grouping of Luger Pistol Components

Group includes one 3 3/4 inch 30 caliber commercial barrel, two extractors (one "LOADED", one "GELADEN"), two firing pins (one early), one model 1900 leaf mainspring, grip safety spring, two magazine bases (one police alloy, one Erfurt wood), one toggle pin, one commercially-numbered pre-WWI side plate and a "H. LUTHY" brand Swiss muzzle/sight protector.

Very fine, with minor handling marks overall.

Nazi Proofed Fabrique Nationale Model 1935 Hi-Power Tangent Sight Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18187839 | Nazi Proofed Fabrique Nationale Model 1935 Hi-Power Tangent Sight Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster and Extra Magazine

Manufactured in Belgium during the Nazi occupation. Tangent rear sight graduated to 500 meters. The serial number is stamped (all matching) on the right side of the barrel chamber, slide and frame. Has the standard commercial markings with the German "Eagle/WaA 103" Waffenamt stamp and eagle firing proofs. The left front of the trigger guard is stamped "MR" and the back strap is not cut for a shoulder stock. The blue magazine is stamped with a Waffenamt on the spine. With an original "nka/43" marked leather flap holster and one extra unmarked magazine.

Very fine, 90% of the faded original blue finish remains with some high edge and cycling wear along with some small areas of minor pitting. The grips are both fine with scattered dings, scratches and smoothed checkering. Mechanically fine. The modified holster is very good with a tiedown strap added, a cut in the flap and scattered scuffs and indentions.

Swiss Bern Model 1924 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18187840 | Swiss Bern Model 1924 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol

Blank chamber and "+/WAFFENFABRIK/BERN" on front toggle. The letter "P" (privat) has been added to the extension and the frame just ahead of the trigger guard, with Swiss crosses on several components and an import mark on the underside of the right frame rail. Straw finished small parts, with smooth bordered Swiss grip panels and a nickel finished magazine with a blank hardwood base.

Excellent, showing 95% of the blue, with mild handling marks and edge wear overall. Over 80% of the straw finish is present on the small parts. Import mark present on right side of frame. Grips are very fine, with some dents and verdigris along with the crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Swiss Bern Model 1929 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18187841 | Swiss Bern Model 1929 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster

Blank chamber and the Swiss shield on the front toggle. Matching serial numbers on barrel and frame, "GELADEN" on extractor, "S" on upper safety position, "50389" on rear toggle and "P" on right frame side. An import mark is on the underside of the right frame rail. Checkered grips, with straight front strap, back strap grip safety, and nickel magazine with unmarked synthetic base. The shoulder strap-equipped brown leather holster is marked "L.G.WALTHER/07/SATTLER BERN", with a magazine pouch riveted to the flap.

Very good as assembled, with 85% of the blue finish, showing areas of gray patina concentrated along the high edges, mild handling marks, and scattered verdigris. The grips are fine, with mild dents. Import mark present on right side of frame. Holster is fair, with verdigris and scuffing. Mechanically excellent.

World War I German DWM Model 1914 Artillery Luger Dated 1917 with Shoulder Stock and Leather Holster
Item number: 18187842 | World War I German DWM Model 1914 Artillery Luger Dated 1917 with Shoulder Stock and Leather Holster

It is dated 1917 on the chamber with the "DWM" monogram on the front toggle. The distinctive 8 inch barrel has the large tangent rear sight graduated 1-8 (100-800 meters). Three "crown/script letter" proofs and Imperial Eagle firing proof on the right side of the barrel extension. The barrel underside has the full serial number and firing proof on the right side. Numbered in the military fashion with the full serial number (9119) on the frame, barrel and barrel extension with the last two digits of the serial number (19) stamped on the various small parts to include both grips and magazine. Standard "GESICHERT" and "GELADEN" marked safety area and extractor. WWI nickel plated magazine with the wooden base that is re-stamped "9119/I". With an unmarked WWI era artillery holster with a cleaning rod and original WWI takedown tool and original walnut board stock. The renumbered iron is stamped with the number "9119/I" on top.

Very fine as refurbished with 80% of the arsenal dip blue finish overall with edge and high spot wear. The various small parts retain 10% of their straw colors overall. The grips are in very fine condition with nice distinct checkering on both sides mixed with some minor nicks and handling marks. The renumbered to match stock is in very fine condition overall showing minor handling marks and scratches from use. The holster and stock boot are both in very fine condition overall with a nice dark brown color overall, with tight stitching on the leather, both showing minor scratches and scuffs from use and handling.

Swiss Bern Model 1929 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18187843 | Swiss Bern Model 1929 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster

Blank chamber and Swiss shield on the front toggle. Matching serial numbers are present on the barrel, rear toggle and frame, with "GELADEN" on the extractor, "S" on upper safety position, and "P" on front of the trigger guard. An import mark is on the underside of the right frame rail. Checkered grips, with a straight front strap, back strap grip safety, and nickel magazine with an unmarked base. With a brown leather flap holster marked "A. VOLKEN/SATTLER/FLUELEN/42" and stamped with a Swiss shield and "+/A" inside the flap.

Excellent, showing 95% of the matte blue, with the start of a gray patina on the toggle knobs and sear, bright edge wear and scattered handling marks. Grips are excellent, with a few mild dents. Holster is good, with scuffs and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Desirable DWM Model 1908 Commercial Luger
Item number: 18187844 | Desirable DWM Model 1908 Commercial Luger

Blank chamber with the DWM monogram on the toggle link. The left side of the barrel extension, breechblock, toggle and underside of the barrel are all marked with a single "Crown/N" Commercial proof. Numbered in the commercial manner with the full serial number on the frame and underside of the barrel with the last two digits "08" on some of the various smaller parts. Standard safety area and extractor markings. Unmarked nickel plated magazine body with a wooden base stamped with only the serial number "59350".

Very fine overall with 90% of the blue finish with edge and high spot wear with thinning on the grip straps, and blue loss on the side plate hump and muzzle area. The various small parts retain 80% of their straw colors. The grips are also very fine with nice distinct checkering, and a nice matching dark colored walnut on both sides with very minor handling marks. It has matching numbers to include a non-factory, possibly depot numbered magazine base.

Luger P.08 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Unique Unidentified Safety Arrangement
Item number: 18187845 | Luger P.08 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Unique Unidentified Safety Arrangement

Manufactured by an unknown engineer/designer using a Krieghoff P.08 frame and barrel extension with toggle marked "SIMSON & CO/SUHL". Unmarked chamber, "crown/06" on the right side of the trigger and on top of the extractor with a "droop wing eagle/2" on the extension, "eagle/6" on the toggle link and "eagle/Jt3" on the rear toggle. The rear sight cut has been deepened and a screw has been installed on the safety bar, traveling through a matching cut in the left grip. In use the safety lever is fully operational, but the shooter can also operate the safety via the screw, which requires less movement of the hand out of shooting position and would feel very familiar to users of the 1911 or High Power pistols. Checkered grips and nickel finished "SCHMEISSER" marked Haenel magazine.

Very fine as custom made from various parts. The pistol retains 98% of the blue finish, showing some light handling marks and edge wear. The grips are good as modified with a few light dents, some heavy wear along the edges and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically very good.

Swiss Bern Model 1924 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18187846 | Swiss Bern Model 1924 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster

Blank chamber and "+/WAFFENFABRIK/BERN" on the front toggle. An import mark on the underside of the right frame rail and "P" on the front of the trigger guard, with matching numbers on the barrel and frame and a "+/M" stamp on the left side of the extension. Straw finished small parts, with smooth bordered Swiss grip panels and nickel finished magazine with blank hardwood base. The brown leather flap holster is marked "RudlWild/=Glarus=/37" with a brown leather shoulder strap and "+/SZ" stamped inside the flap.

Very fine as arsenal refurbished, showing 95% of the blue, with a gray patina forming on the high points and scattered handling marks. The grips are also very fine, with some chips and pressure dents. Holster is very good, with some scuffs and cracks. Mechanically excellent.

Unique SA Gruppe Kurpfalz Marked Walther PP Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18187847 | Unique SA Gruppe Kurpfalz Marked Walther PP Semi-Automatic Pistol

Originally established as an upper SA organization level responsible for Pfalz and the Saarland, following the Battle of France Gruppe Kurpfalz also became responsible for occupied Lorraine, aka Lothringen. Fixed sights, with the Walther banner, address, caliber and model markings on the left side of the slide, "SA der NSDAP/Gruppe Kurpfalz" engraved on the front strap, and "crown/N" commercial proofs on the slide, muzzle and chamber hood. Fitted with a ring hammer, 60 degree safety, checkered Walther banner grips and a flat based magazine.

Very fine; the interior of the slide is numbered "473", though both slide and frame show over 90% of the respective original finishes, with some bright wear along the high edges, a gently forming brown patina on top of the slide and on the grip straps, light scratches on the slide and scattered handling marks. The grips are excellent, with some light scratches and pressure dents. Mechanically excellent.

Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine
Item number: 18187848 | Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Manufactured in 1883, this Third Model 1873 carbine has the distinctive dust cover rail integral to the top of the receiver. It features a fixed front sight and a folding ladder carbine rear sight. The top of the barrel has the standard two line address/King's improvement patent dates ahead of the rear sight. There are no caliber markings. The upper tang is marked "MODEL 1873" and the serial number is on the lower tang. There is a saddle ring and staple mounted on the left side of the receiver and it is mounted with a smooth walnut forearm and straight grip stock with an iron carbine buttplate with compartment

Good. The carbine has a smooth crisp gray patina with some original blue remaining around the trigger and the side plates. Some mild pitting is present on the buttplate. The wood is also good with limited surface chipping and some pressure dents and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Scarce Pre-War Seven-Digit Serial Number Range Police Marked Walther PPK Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18187849 | Scarce Pre-War Seven-Digit Serial Number Range Police Marked Walther PPK Semi-Automatic Pistol

This is a scarce example of a Walther PPK pistol that falls into the production block using a "seven-digit" serial number range. At end of 1938 when the Walther factory reached the last serial number 999,999 for the PPK contracts, they opted to continued with production using seven-digit range serial numbers. It is estimated that a few thousand PPKs were actually produced in the block of serial numbers, before deciding to revert back to the use of the 100,000 serial number blocks and then began using the "K" suffix for the PPK on the end for PPK pistols. This desirable example is even more unusual in that it was issued under a Police contract as it has the small Eagle/C Police proof on the left side of the frame. It has the standard two-line, one block slide markings followed by "Mod PPK". The serial number is stamped vertically on the right frame side. It has the standard slide legend with commercial "crown/N" proofs on the slide, chamber and barrel. It is fitted with the standard checkered mottled, brown plastic, Walther banner marked, wraparound grips and a single blued magazine with the Walther banner on the lower left side.

Fine condition with 85% of the faded blue finish remaining overall with wear on the edges and high spots with blue loss on the front edges of the slide, with some thinning on the front grip strap. The grips are in fine condition with a nice mottled brown color overall with minor handling marks on the sides, with a slight gap in the back where the grip fits the frame. There is some minor nicks on the lower right side with a hint of warpage on the lower front edges of the grips. A very desirable and unusual pre-war Walther Police marked PPK pistol.

Walther Model 9 Semi-Automatic Pocket Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18187850 | Walther Model 9 Semi-Automatic Pocket Pistol with Holster

Manufactured between 1921 and 1944. Blade front and notch rear sights. Walther banner and model markings on left side of slide, address on right, with stacked "crown/N" proofs on the slide and frame. Fitted with checkered plastic grips with disc escutcheons and Walther banners. With an unmarked black leather holster.

Excellent. The pistol retains 98% of the original blue finish, showing bright edge wear and mild handling marks overall. The grips are also excellent with a few minor pressure dents and crisp checkering. The holster is good showing some minor flex wear. Mechanically excellent.

Walther Model PPK Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18187851 | Walther Model PPK Semi-Automatic Pistol

This is an example of a Walther Mod. PPK pistol with reproduction, NSDAP Political Leader grips. The left side of the slide is marked with the standard Walther Banner followed by the factory two line, legend/ caliber designation followed by "Mod. PPK.". The slide has the earlier 60 degree safety lever, and cartridge indicator pin. The frame has the side magazine release button with the lanyard at the bottom of the frame. The right front edge of the trigger guard bow is stamped with a small "S+S" the meaning of this is unknown. The blue magazine has a brown plastic finger extension and is marked with the Walther banner on the lower left side. Pre-war commercial "crown/N" proofmarks are stamped on the right side of the slide below the ejection port and on the right side of the barrel at the chamber and muzzle. The serial number is marked vertically on the right side of the frame behind the trigger.

Very fine pistol with 90% of the blued finish overall with edge and high spot wear with blue loss on the front ends of the slide, with minor thinning on the front grip strap. The grips are in fine condition overall with nice distinct checkering overall with a clear distinct NSDAP/Nazi Eagle on the each side. The reproduction grips have been varnished over at some point and the coat of varnish is just starting to flake off on the edges and upper portions from handling over the years. A representative Walther PPK pistol with Nazi Party Leader grips.

Commercial Production Walther PP Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster and Extra Magazine
Item number: 18187852 | Commercial Production Walther PP Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster and Extra Magazine

Fixed sights with the Walther banner, 2-line address and caliber markings, and "Mod. PP" on the left side of the slide, and "eagle/N" proofs on the slide, chamber and muzzle. The serial number is stamped on the right side of the slide and frame. Fitted with a serrated ring hammer, 60 degree safety decocker, and checkered Walther banner grips. With an Akah marked black leather flap holster, a vintage PPK magazine numbered 303937 on baseplate and a post-War commercial PP magazine.

Excellent, with 98% of the original wartime blue finish, showing bright wear along the edges and mild handling marks. The grips are excellent, with some light dents. The holster is fair, with the belt loop detached, a pair of slits cut into the back, mild scuffing and edge wear. Mechanically excellent.

Walther RZM Etched PPK Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18187853 | Walther RZM Etched PPK Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster

The Reichs Zeugmeisterei (RZM) served as the quartermasters office of the National Socialists, and later became the chief authority on textiles in the Third Reich. Fixed sights and standard markings, with "crown/N" proofs on the barrel, chamber hood and slide, and the addition of the circular "RZM" logo on the left side of the slide between the model marking and the serrations. Matching numbers inside the slide and on the right side of the frame. Serrated ring hammer, 90 degree safety and checkered streaked brown plastic "WALTHER" banner grips with matching magazine base extension. With a brown leather flap holster marked "1300/32" on the belt loop.

Very fine, with 80% plus original blue finish, showing a once-cleaned gray patina on the front strap and high edges, along with some scattered handling marks. The grips are good, with some flexing at the tops and mild verdigris. Holster is good, with scuffs and verdigris. Mechanically excellent.

Excellent Swiss Army SIG P210 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18187854 | Excellent Swiss Army SIG P210 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster

Introduced in 1949, the P210 remains in service with the Swiss and Danish militaries. Fixed sights with the Swiss "cross in shield" stamp on the rear sight base. Stacked matching serial numbers on the left side of the slide and frame, matching number on the barrel, "SIG" maker's mark on the slide and "P" on the left side of the trigger guard. An importer mark has been added to either side of the magazine well opening. Fitted with a manual safety, magazine well safety, checkered slide catch, heel-mounted magazine catch and serrated grips. Included with the pistol is a brown leather holster, marked "A.BARISWYL/52/UEBERSTORF" on the back with a brown leather shoulder strap marked "G. ANDRE/5 Sattler 2/HEIMBERG".

Excellent, with 98% plus original blue finish, showing mild edge wear and handling marks overall. The grips are excellent, with a ding on the top right panel, and the holster is very good, with some scuffing and cracks of the leather. Mechanically excellent.

Nazi Proofed Fabrique Nationale Model 1935 Hi-Power Semi-Automatic Pistol with Tangent Sight, Holste
Item number: 18187855 | Nazi Proofed Fabrique Nationale Model 1935 Hi-Power Semi-Automatic Pistol with Tangent Sight, Holster and Extra Magazine

Manufactured under Nazi occupation in Belgium after 1940. This example has a fixed front sight and a tangent rear sight graduated to 500 meters. The serial number (62375) is stamped on the right side of the barrel chamber, slide and frame. It has the standard commercial markings and is stamped with the German "Eagle/WaA613" Waffenamt and eagle firing proof on the left side of the slide and frame. There is also a firing proof on the barrel chamber and a Waffenamt stamped on the front of the slide below the barrel. The back strap is not cut for a shoulder stock. The blue magazine is stamped with an "Eagle/37" proof over a "C" on the spine and the parkerized magazine is stamped with an "Eagle/WaA613" Waffenamt. With an original "bdt41" marked leather flap holster.

Excellent, 90% of the slightly faded original blue finish remains with high edge and holster wear along with some scattered scratches. The grips are both fine with some scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent. The holster is very good with flex cracking, scratches, scuffs and indentions.

Mauser "Red Nine" Broomhandle Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18187856 | Mauser "Red Nine" Broomhandle Semi-Automatic Pistol

Blade front and 500-meter tangent rear sights, with the 3-line Mauser address on top of the chamber, "NS" monogrammed New Safety hammer, and the 2-line address on the right side of the frame. Fitted with niter blue small parts and 32-groove grips with a branded and red-filled "9" on each panel.

Very good with nearly 40% of the faded original blue finish, showing areas of brown patina, scattered spotting, bright edge wear and mild handling marks. The grips are good, with mild dents. Mechanically very good.

World War II Nazi Military Proofed Mauser Model 1934 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18187857 | World War II Nazi Military Proofed Mauser Model 1934 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster

The slide has the Mauser marking on the left side and caliber marking on the right side. The side plate has the Mauser logo and the rear left side of the frame has an "army eagle/655" and an eagle firing proof. Fitted with a checkered wraparound grip. With a brown leather holster.

Excellent. The pistol retains 95% plus original blue finish showing minor holster type wear and some gray on the front strap and trigger guard. The grip is fine with a hairline crack (top of right side), a few minor handling marks and some wear in the checkering. The holster is good with flex wear and minor handling marks with the magazine pouch missing.

Excellent World War II Nazi Proofed CZ Model 27 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18187858 | Excellent World War II Nazi Proofed CZ Model 27 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster

"Pistole Modell 27 Kal. 7,65" marked on the left side of the slide, one line Prague address on top, "WaA76" on the right side of the frame, "eagle/swastika" on the chamber and matching numbers on the frame and side plate. Dark brown checkered wraparound grips with "CZ" imprints. With two magazines marked "P. Mod 27" on the bottom and a brown leather holster with an "eagle/WaA76" stamped on the back.

Excellent. The pistol retains 98% plus original blue finish with some light handling marks. The grips are also excellent with a few minor handling marks with overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent. The holster is fine with some minor handling marks and some flex wear with overall tight stitching.

Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action 44-40 Rifle with Casehardened Frame
Item number: 18187859 | Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action 44-40 Rifle with Casehardened Frame

Manufactured in 1882. This Third Model 1873 rifle has the integral dust cover rail and dust cover with serrated edges. The rifle features a full length magazine, blade front sight and adjustable buckhorn rear sight. The barrel has the two line address/patent date marking ahead of the rear sight. The upper tang is marked "MODEL 1873". Mounted on a smooth forearm and straight grip stock with forend cap and crescent buttplate with compartment (cleaning rod not included).

Very good. Traces of original blue finish and case colors remain in the protected areas with the balance a mottled gray patina. The wood is also very good with a long hairline crack on the forearm and some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

World War II Nazi Radom Model P35 Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18187860 | World War II Nazi Radom Model P35 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Fixed sights, with the left side of the slide stamped "F.B. RADOM VIS Mod 35 Pat. Nr. 15567", followed by the small single Eagle firing proof, with the German "Eagle/77" and "Eagle/623" Waffenamt acceptance marks. Matching numbers on the slide, frame and barrel, with an early takedown hook and a pair of hardwood grips carved to match the standard pattern.

Very fine, with 85% of the original blue finish, showing areas of brown patina, bright edge wear and scattered handling marks. Grips are heavily worn pressed wood variants, with some dents and varnish loss. Mechanically excellent.

Mauser "Red Nine" Broomhandle Semi-Automatic Pistol with Shoulder Stock
Item number: 18187861 | Mauser "Red Nine" Broomhandle Semi-Automatic Pistol with Shoulder Stock

Blade front and tangent rear sights graduated to 500 meters. The top of the chamber marked "WAFFENFABRIK/MAUSER/OBERNDORF A/N", a "Crown/Crown/U" proof on the left and the serial number on the upper left side flats. Standard two line marking on the right side of the frame, with the milled panels, niter blue small parts, matching external numbers, stock cut back strap, lanyard ring and 25-groove hardwood grips with the branded and red filled "9" on each side. With a hardwood holster/shoulder stock, marked "976" on the iron.

Fine, with 70% plus of the faded original blue finish, showing areas of gray patina and mild handling marks and spotting overall. The grips are fair, with some roughness to the nines and mild dents. The stock is fair, with cracking at the mouth and chips at the iron. The rear sight elevator plunger is absent, otherwise mechanically excellent.

Occupation Proofed Fabrique Nationale High Power Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18187862 | Occupation Proofed Fabrique Nationale High Power Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster

Blade front and tangent rear sights, with the standard maker's marks on the left side of the slide and a mix of "eagle/swastika" and "eagle/WaA613" on the assorted parts. Serrated ring hammer, smooth trigger and checkered hardwood grips. With a brown leather flap holster marked with a faint Waffenamt stamp on the lower flap and "WHITE" in green ink on the inside of the main flap, and an extra magazine.

Very fine, with 95% of the original blue finish, showing some bright edge wear, the start of a brown patina on the grip straps and muzzle, and scattered mild spotting and handling marks. Grips are fine, with some flat spots and small chips. Holster is very good with light cracks and scuffs. Mechanically excellent.

An Early Post-War Deluxe Walther Presentation Case for a Model P38 Pistol and a Swedish Model 1939 H
Item number: 18187863 | An Early Post-War Deluxe Walther Presentation Case for a Model P38 Pistol and a Swedish Model 1939 Holster

1) The presentation case’s outside is covered in a textured blue finish over wooden base with front double latch closure. Inside with maroon velvet base with fitted positions for the pistol and extra magazine. The inside top lid is marked “Walther” on silk-like maroon material. Consignor notes that these cases for the P38 pistol are much rarer than the PP and PPK pistols; this one has never held a pistol and such cases were discontinued about 40 years ago. 2) The Swedish holster is for the Swedish Walther model HP contract pistol. The holster has no markings, which is proper for this pattern. The leather is in cordovan color with cream colored stitching. Closure is by up strap over a stud in the top flap with a magazine pouch on the side. Inside the holster has the sewn in ‘automatic’ pull strap in place.

1) Excellent, with some handling marks. 2) Excellent, with light handling marks.

Excellent Swiss Army SIG P210 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18187864 | Excellent Swiss Army SIG P210 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster

Introduced in 1949, the P210 remains in service with the Swiss and Danish militaries. Fixed sights with the Swiss "cross in shield" stamp on the rear sight base. Stacked matching serial numbers on the left side of the slide and frame, matching number on the barrel, "SIG" maker's mark on the slide and "P" on the left side of the trigger guard. An importer mark has been added to either side of the magazine well opening. Fitted with a manual safety, magazine well safety, checkered slide catch, heel-mounted magazine catch and serrated grips. Included with the pistol is a brown leather holster, marked "HANS WIRZ/1952/GELTERKINDEN" on the back and hand-signed "KOPP" inside the flap.

Excellent, with 95% plus original blue finish, showing some minor handling marks and edge wear overall. A small amount of spotting is present on the hammer, trigger and slide catch. Grips are excellent, with some minor dents and varnish loss. Mechanically excellent. Holster is good, with some verdigris on the rings, scuffs and scratches.

Cased Savage Model 1899 Lever Action Takedown Rifle with an Extra 410 Gauge Smoothbore Barrel
Item number: 18187865 | Cased Savage Model 1899 Lever Action Takedown Rifle with an Extra 410 Gauge Smoothbore Barrel

Manufactured in 1922, this lever action is equipped with two 24 inch barrels; the first is a rifle barrel in 300 Savage, with a blade front sight, elevation adjustable sporting rear sight, and a Schnabel tip forearm, the second is a 410 gauge shotgun barrel with a brass single bead sight, full choke and a 2 1/2 inch chamber. Receiver markings are standard, with a case colored lever, sliding safety and a rotating cartridge counter. Checkered pistol grip stock, with a ribbed steel buttplate and 12 5/8 inch length of pull. With a black leather takedown case with maroon inner lining, a paper Savage logo inside the lid and space for both barrels.

Very fine, with 80% of the faded original blue finish, showing areas of brown patina, bright edge wear and scattered spotting and handling marks. The stock is very good as refinished, with a few mended cracks at the wrist, scattered dents and varnish loss. Mechanically excellent.

Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle with Scope
Item number: 18187866 | Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle with Scope

This example has Leupold style 2 piece scope bases and rings with a Leupold Vari-X III 6.5-20x50 mm scope. Mounted on a multi-point skip-line checkered walnut pistol grip stock with contrasting forend tip, contrasting grip cap, raised cheekpiece and a factory recoil pad.

Excellent, 99% of the original blue finish remains with only a few scattered light handling marks. The stock is also excellent with a few light scratches and dings. Mechanically fine. The scope is excellent as well with scattered scratches, dings and clear optics.

Collector's Lot of Two German Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifles -A) Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action R
Item number: 18187867 | Collector's Lot of Two German Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifles -A) Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle


A) This example does not have provisions for sights. There is a Redfield one piece scope mount with scope rings attached to the receiver. Mounted on a nicely figured, skip-line checkered walnut pistol grip stock with contrasting forend, contrasting grip cap with white diamond inlay, raised cheekpiece and factory recoil pad.

Manufucture: Weatherby
Model: Mark V-Rifle
BBL: 26 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 378 WBY magnum
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: P43039

Condition: Refinished, 99% of the blue finish remains with areas of pitting under the finish on the receiver. The stock is very good with scattered scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent.

B) Has a hooded beaded blade front sight on a ramp and an adjustable flip up rear sight. There are Conetrol two piece bases mounted to the receiver with Conetrol rings. Mounted on a skip-line checkered pistol grip stock with contrasting forend tip, contrasting grip cap with white diamond inlay, a raised cheekpiece and factory recoil pad.

Manufucture: Weatherby
Model: Mark V-Rifle
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 300 WBY magnum
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 34082

Condition: Very good, 85% of the original blue finish remains with some scattered patches of wear along the barrel, wear on the bolt knob and on the floor plate/trigger guard. The stock is also very good with scattered minor scratches, dings and dark spots. Mechanically excellent.

Engraved Bernhard Merkel Mauser Model 98 Bolt Action Rifle with Scope
Item number: 18187868 | Engraved Bernhard Merkel Mauser Model 98 Bolt Action Rifle with Scope

The sides of the receiver are engraved with floral scroll engraving. The front receiver ring is crosshatched with a light floral scroll pattern on each side. The floor plate is engraved with a fox trying to catch a flying duck with floral scroll engraving covering the remainder. The trigger guard is engraved with a hawk sitting on a branch with floral scroll covering the balance. There is a decorative horn piece attached to the lower tang. The lower tang is engraved "D.R.G.M./20454". The barrel has a beaded blade front sight, an elevation adjustable rear sight, is marked "BERNHARD MERKEL, SUHL" on the rib and is marked "6040" and "8x60 MAGNUM" on the left side near the rear. There is an "OIGEE.Berlin" and "LUXOR 3x 70793" marked scope in the claw mounts on top of the receiver. Has double set triggers and a Greener style side safety. Mounted on a checkered straight grip walnut stock with nice figure, a spring loaded two position cheekpiece and a checkered bare butt.

Fine as custom built, 70% of the original blue finish remains on the barrel with some high edge wear, some minor spots of oxidation and some brown patina. The receiver, floor plate and lower tang have 25% of the blue finish with a plum/brown patina on the balance with some minor pitting under the finish. The stock is also fine with scattered scratches, dings, a couple of gouges and some moderate chips absent from the bottom edges of the cheekpiece. Mechanically fine. The scope is good as refinished with scattered scratches and pitting under the finish. Scope has clear optics.

Mannlicher Schoenauer Model 1903 Bolt Action Carbine
Item number: 18187869 | Mannlicher Schoenauer Model 1903 Bolt Action Carbine

This example is marked "MADE IN GERMANY/ORIGINAL/MANNLICHER/SCHOENAUER/KAL:6'5 NORM" on the front receiver ring and "WAFFENFABRIK STEYR" on the left receiver wall. It has a German silver front sight on a checkered ramp and a drift adjustable fixed rear sight with 1 flip up rear leaf marked "300". Fitted with double set triggers. Mounted on a multi-point checkered full length walnut pistol grip stock with sling swivels, horn grip cap, raised cheekpiece and a serrated steel buttplate with a cartridge trapdoor (empty).

Excellent, 97% plus of the original blue finish remains with some high edge and cycling wear along with some scattered minor scratches and dings. The stock is very fine with scattered scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent.

Mauser Model 66 Stuzen Bolt Action Rifle
Item number: 18187870 | Mauser Model 66 Stuzen Bolt Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1968. Fixed ramp front sight, folding leaf rear sight on a mounting groove and receiver tapped for scope mounting. It has double set triggers and is mounted on a full length multi-point, skip line checkered pistol grip stock with cheekpiece, plastic grip cap, sling swivels and checkered plastic factory buttplate.

Excellent. The rifle retains 99% plus original blue finish with a small spot of gray on the barrel (left side under the rear sight). The stock is also excellent with a few minor handling marks and crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Engraved H. Barella Bolt Action Rifle with Scope
Item number: 18187871 | Engraved H. Barella Bolt Action Rifle with Scope

Blade front sight and two leaf rear sight (one fixed, one folding) on a matte solid rib marked "H. BARELLA GEWEHRFABRIK, BERLIN & SUHL'. The rifle is without a caliber marking but gauges at 7 mm. Equipped with a C.P. Goerz of Berlin Certar scope on claw mounts, part octagon barrel and double set triggers. A scroll engraving is featured on the receiver, floor plate, and trigger guard and the flat bolt handle is checkered. The pistol grip half stock has checkering on the grip area, a grip cap, a cheekpiece and a serrated horn buttplate.

Very fine as professionally built. The rifle retains 95% of the blue finish showing some thinning to a brown. The stock is fine with some minor handling marks and overall crisp re-cut checkering. Some chipping is present on the buttplate. The scope has fair optics. Mechanically excellent.

Collector's Lot of Two Steyr Bolt Action Long Guns -A) Stoeger Imported Steyr-Daimler Bolt Action Ri
Item number: 18187872 | Collector's Lot of Two Steyr Bolt Action Long Guns -A) Stoeger Imported Steyr-Daimler Bolt Action Rifle with Scope


A) Manufactured in 1959. Has a beaded blade front sight on a crosshatched ramp, rear dovetail has a blank installed and there is an adjustable scope mount attached to the receiver with a Bausch & Lomb Balvar 2.5-8x scope. Mounted on a multi-point checkered walnut pistol grip stock with contrasting forearm tip, raised right handed cheekpiece, grip cap, sling swivels and a serrated plastic buttplate.

Manufucture: Steyr
Model: Daimler
BBL: 22 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 30-06
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 28458

Condition: Excellent, 95% plus of the original blue finish remains with some muzzle wear and scattered minor scratches. The scope mount holes have been added later. The refinished stock is very good with some scattered minor dings and scratches. Mechanically fine. The scope is very good with scattered scratches and clear optics.

B) This rifle has a beaded blade front sight on a crosshatched ramp, a fixed rear sight with 1 flip up leaf and claw mounts for a scope. The left side of the receiver is marked "OESTERR. WAFFENFABR.-GES. STEYR". Has a serrated butter knife bolt handle and double set triggers. Mounted on a multi-point checkered full length pistol grip stock with steel grip cap, sling swivels, raised right handed cheekpiece and a serrated steel buttplate with trapdoor (empty).

Manufucture: Steyr
Model: Mannlicher
BBL: 17 1/2 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 7 mm
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 17244

Condition: Very good, 85% plus of the original blue finish remains with some high edge wear, some scattered scratches, some small patches of pin prick pitting and the claw mounts have been added at a later date. The stock is also very good with scattered scratches, dings, a few small chips and a large repair at the toe. Mechanically fine.

Excellent Winchester Model 52D Single Shot Bolt Action Target Rifle with Scope
Item number: 18187873 | Excellent Winchester Model 52D Single Shot Bolt Action Target Rifle with Scope

Manufactured in 1962. With a 1 1/4 inch Unertl 10x scope (3/4 inch tube) in adjustable Unertl mounts, with drilled and tapped front and rear sight positions, standard markings, and an adjustable trigger. Smooth pistol grip stock, with a combination sling swivel and hand stop installed on a rail on the underside of the beavertail forearm and a ribbed solid rubber Winchester buttpad.

Excellent, with 98% of the original blue finish, showing some light spotting on the receiver and scattered handling marks overall. The stock is excellent, with a few scuffs on the butt and light handling marks. Optics are very good. Mechanically excellent.

Silver Inlaid Sako Model 75 Deluxe Bolt Action Rifle
Item number: 18187874 | Silver Inlaid Sako Model 75 Deluxe Bolt Action Rifle

The floor plate has a silver wire inlaid bear's head in an oval with floral accents. There is also a silver wire inlaid floral accent on the trigger guard. The top of the receiver is grooved for scope mounting with a two piece scope base installed with scope rings. Mounted on a skip-line checkered walnut pistol grip stock with contrasting forend tip, contrasting grip cap with inlaid Sako medallion, raised cheekpiece and a smooth red rubber recoil pad.

Excellent, 99% of the original blue finish remains with a few small wear spots along the barrel and a few light scratches. The stock is also excellent with a few scattered light scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent.

Custom Sako Model AV Bolt Action Rifle
Item number: 18187875 | Custom Sako Model AV Bolt Action Rifle

The consignor's notes state that this rifle has a Shilen .30-06 heavy bull barrel and that it is stocked with a Reinhart Fajen heavy varmint stock. Has a single shot adaptor on top of the standard follower, the top of the bolt knob has been flattened and checkered and there is a trigger shoe. Mounted on a nicely figured, checkered walnut pistol grip stock with wide forend, sling studs, contrasting grip cap, inlaid engraved German silver diamond, raised cheekpiece and a Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad. Has a Nikon 6.5-20x scope with Butler Creek flip up lens caps, a scope level and a 5" sunshade. With a box numbered to another gun.

Excellent as custom built, 99% of the blue finish remains with a few scattered light scratches. The stock is also excellent with some scattered minor marks and a new recoil pad installed. Mechanically excellent. The scope is excellent as well with some scratches and clear optics.

Whitney-Kennedy Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18187876 | Whitney-Kennedy Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured circa 1879 to 1886. German silver blade front sight, elevation adjustable buckhorn rear sight and full length magazine tube. The top barrel flat is marked "WHITNEYVILLE ARMORY, CT U.S.A. KENNEDY" ahead of the rear sight and "45-60" at the breech. The serial number is marked on the lower tang. Mounted on a smooth walnut forearm and straight grip stock with a steel forend tip and crescent buttplate with compartment (cleaning rod not included).

Very good. The rifle has a mottled brown-gray patina with very scattered traces of original blue finish remaining. Some light pitting is present. The wood is good with a chunk of wood missing near the upper tang and a number of minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Sako Finnbear L691 Bolt Action Rifle with Relief Carved Stock and Box
Item number: 18187877 | Sako Finnbear L691 Bolt Action Rifle with Relief Carved Stock and Box

This is a very rare African style, 7mm Remington Magnum model L691 SAKO rifle as manufactured in the 1990s. This beautiful rifle has a rare factory, deep relief, hand carved, pistol grip and forend area stock that features, large Oak leaves, intermixed with both a checkered and stippled back ground around the oak leaves, on the pistol grip and forend. The top of the receiver has the factory grooved scope bases (scope rings not included) with the floor plate, having a silver inlaid antelope head with floral accents. The rifle is stocked in a nice straight grained (for strength) walnut pistol grip with slight tiger stripping in the butt area. It is fitted with a light myrtle wood type contrasting forend tip and grip cap. The grip cap has a silver inlaid oval presentation plate (unmarked), with hallmark proofs on the edge. The stock has a raised cheekpiece and is fitted SAKO marked red rubber recoil pad. With a blue and white Sako box.

Near new with only a few scattered minor handling/storage marks overall. Mechanically excellent. The box is good with the label obliterated.

Sliver Inlaid Sako Model 75 Deluxe Bolt Action Rifle with Box
Item number: 18187878 | Sliver Inlaid Sako Model 75 Deluxe Bolt Action Rifle with Box

Manufactured without sights. The top of the receiver is grooved for scope mounting with scope rings. Mounted on a skip-line checkered walnut pistol grip stock with contrasting forend tip and grip cap, raised cheekpiece and factory recoil pad. Complete with original factory box numbered to gun, sling swivels, lock and papers.

Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is good.

Silver Inlaid Sako Finnbear L61R Deluxe Bolt Action Rifle
Item number: 18187879 | Silver Inlaid Sako Finnbear L61R Deluxe Bolt Action Rifle

Manufactured circa 1968. The floor plate has a silver wire inlaid antelope with floral accents and the trigger guard has a silver inlaid floral accent. The barrel is tapped for a front sight with filler screws installed. The top of the receiver is grooved for scope mounting with a Redfield two piece base and rings. Mounted on a skip-line checkered walnut pistol grip stock with contrasting forend tip, contrasting grip cap with white bear's head inlay, raised cheekpiece and factory recoil pad.

Excellent, 99% of the original blue finish remains with some scattered minor scratches and wear marks. The stock is also excellent with scattered light scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent.

Sako Forester Model Mannlicher Bolt Action Carbine
Item number: 18187880 | Sako Forester Model Mannlicher Bolt Action Carbine

Manufactured circa 1978. Has a hooded beaded blade front sight and a Williams adjustable rear sight. The top of the receiver is grooved for scope mounting. Mounted on a multi-point checkered full length stock with raised cheekpiece and plastic buttplate.

Excellent, 98% of the original blue finish remains with some scattered minor handling marks and some minor cleaned oxidation on the left side of the receiver. The rear sight has been replaced. The stock is excellent with scattered minor scratches and dings. Mechanically fine.

Sako Forester Model Mannlicher Bolt Action Rifle
Item number: 18187881 | Sako Forester Model Mannlicher Bolt Action Rifle

Manufactured circa 1972. Has a blade front sight and the receiver is grooved for scope mounts with a two piece quick detachable mount installed. Mounted on a multi-point checkered full length pistol grip stock with plastic grip cap, raised cheekpiece and Pachmayr recoil pad.

Very good, 95% plus of the original blue finish remains with cycling and high edge wear along with some scattered light handling marks. The stock is good with a very large pieced in repair of a darker piece of walnut from behind the front sling swivel to the forend along with scattered ding, scratches and an added recoil pad. Mechanically fine.

Custom Engraved and Gold Inlaid Mauser Model 1909 Bolt Action Sporting Rifle
Item number: 18187882 | Custom Engraved and Gold Inlaid Mauser Model 1909 Bolt Action Sporting Rifle

This custom sporting rifle was built on a Mauser Argentinean Model 1909 action. Consignor notes state that the rifle was built by Duane Wiebe. Working in the gun making business for over 35 years, Wiebe turns out approximately 10 custom rifles per year. The rifle is equipped with a ramp front sight base and receiver scope bases. The left side of the barrel is marked "Caliber-270 Win." in a script font, the left side of the receiver retains the Mauser Model 1909 markings and the right side of the chamber has the serial number. The trigger guard and floor plate feature an extensive leaf and vine engraved motif with a gold inlaid elk head on the floor plate. The nicely figured pistol grip stock features multi-point checkering on the forearm and grip area, a checkered metal grip cap, a cheekpiece, sling swivel studs, an ebony forearm cap, a blank buttstock initial oval and a checkered metal buttplate with compartment.

Very fine as professionally rebuilt. The rifle retains nearly all of the blue finish showing slight loss at the muzzle. The bolt and extractor feature a crude pattern in the metal. The stock is excellent with limited mild handling marks. Mechanically excellent.

Custom W.A. Sukalle Mauser Model 98 Bolt Action Sporting Rifle
Item number: 18187883 | Custom W.A. Sukalle Mauser Model 98 Bolt Action Sporting Rifle

This is a W.A. Sukalle custom sporting rifle built on a Mauser Action. The part octagon barrel has a blade front sight and three leaf rear sight (two folding, one fixed) on a solid rib marked "W.A. SUKALLE-GUNMAKER-PHOENIX. ARIZ." The left side of the receiver retains the Mauser markings. Scope bases on the receiver, and jeweled bolt and follower with blue finished extractor. The nicely figured pistol grip stock features multi-point checkering, a grip cap, a contrasting forend cap, cheekpiece and a Decelerator solid recoil pad.

Very fine as professionally built. The rifle retains nearly all of the blue finish showing minor high edge wear on the bolt handle. The stock is excellent with a few minor handling marks and overall sharp checkering. A long hairline crack along the wood grain is present on the forend cap. Mechanically excellent.

Clayton N. Nelson Bolt Action Brno Arms Sporting Rifle
Item number: 18187884 | Clayton N. Nelson Bolt Action Brno Arms Sporting Rifle

This Clayton N. Nelson custom rifle is built on a Brno 21H action. The top of the barrel is script marked "Clayton N. Nelson Gunmaker" with ".30 Govt. 06" marked on the left side at the breech. Ramp beaded blade front sight, raised folding leaf rear sight and receiver grooved for scope mounting. Jeweled follower and bolt, blue finished extractor, casehardened safety and checkered bolt knob. The nicely figured pistol grip stock features multi-point checkering, a grip cap, a horn forend cap and a Decelerator solid recoil pad.

Very fine as professionally built. The rifle retains nearly all of the blue finish with light speckling of patina on the receiver. The stock is excellent with limited minor handling marks. The checkering is crisp. Mechanically excellent.

Custom Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Sporting Rifle
Item number: 18187885 | Custom Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Sporting Rifle

This is a custom rifle built on a pre-64 Winchester Model 70 action by an unknown gunsmith. The quality of the built, however, shows the craftsmanship of a master gunsmith. The barrel was manufactured without sights and is marked "7x57 Mauser" on the left side at the breech. The receiver retains the Winchester markings and is fitted with scope bases. The high grade pistol grip stock features fancy checkering, a contrasting forend cap, a skeletonized grip cap and a checkered buttplate.

Very fine as professionally built. The rifle retains nearly all of the blue finish with a few very light handling marks. The stock is excellent with a few minor handling marks. The checkering is crisp. Mechanically excellent.

Custom Belgian FN Bolt Action Rifle
Item number: 18187886 | Custom Belgian FN Bolt Action Rifle

This example is marked "Robert L. Mason - Stockmaker" on top of the barrel and has scope mounts attached to the receiver. Mounted on a nicely figured, multi-point checkered walnut pistol grip stock with contrasting forend tip, skeletonized grip cap, raised cheekpiece and a Pachmayr recoil pad.

Excellent as custom assembled, 99% of the blue finish remains with only some scattered minor handling marks. The floor plate has a small section of crudely cut checkering at the front for detaching the floor plate. The stock is also excellent with only a few scattered light marks. Mechanically fine.

Evans New Model Carbine
Item number: 18187887 | Evans New Model Carbine

This is one of 4,000 New Model carbines manufactured by Evans Repeating Rifle Co. from 1877-1879. These carbines are easily distinguished from the earlier models by the dust cover on the right side of the action. The top of the barrel is marked "EVANS REPEATING RIFLE MECHANIC FALLS, ME. PAT. DEC. 8, 1868 & SEPT. 16, 1871 U.S.A." ahead of the rear sight. Solid fixed front sight and stepped military rear sight. The underside of the barrel is stamped with the letter "P" along with "36" which is under the forearm. The stock and forearm are replacements with checkered on the Schnabel forearm. The carbine does not have a barrel band.

Fine. The carbine retains 60% original blue finish with the balance a mottled gray patina showing some mild spotting and a number of mild scratches. The revarnished wood is fine with a few minor pressure dents. Mechanically fine.

Engraved and Gold Inlaid J. La Bantchni Bolt Action 458 Magnum Rifle
Item number: 18187888 | Engraved and Gold Inlaid J. La Bantchni Bolt Action 458 Magnum Rifle

This is a Jules La Bantchni custom sporter rifle built with a Mauser Model 98 action. The rifle is equipped with a ramp beaded blade front sight and a two leaf (one folding and one fixed) and a matte quarter rib marked "458 MAGNUM" with a wedge of engraved at the rear. The receiver is tapped for scope/sight mounting and the receiver ring is matted. Jeweled bolt and extractor with casehardened bolt featuring checkering and a floral blossom engraving on the bolt knob. The bolt handle is marked "JL". The trigger guard has a light engraving. The floor plate has a scroll engraving and a raised gold inlaid elephant in a mountain scene. The nicely figured pistol grip half stock features multi-point checkering on the forearm and grip area, a grip cap with an engraved brass insert, a cheekpiece and an Old English Pachmayr solid recoil pad. La Bantchni rifles are considered among the very best bolt action rifles built in the United States.

Excellent. The rifle retains 98% original blue finish showing some mild thinning on the floor plate. The stock is also excellent with a few minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Desirable Clayton N. Nelson Custom Bolt Action FN Model 98 Sporting Rifle in 9.3 X 62mm
Item number: 18187889 | Desirable Clayton N. Nelson Custom Bolt Action FN Model 98 Sporting Rifle in 9.3 X 62mm

Beautiful custom rifle built by Clayton N. Nelson in the very powerful 9.3 X 62 caliber, which can handle African as well as any North American game animal. Clayton Nelson is an adjutant instructor at the Trinidad School Of Gunsmithing and an NRA stock making instructor. His expertise is in advance stock making/inletting as well as being an accomplished metal smith. In one word his work is just fabulous! This rifle was built on an excellent, post war Belgian FN action, that has been fitted with a fabulous custom barrel, that is tapered, with a half-round and half-octagon contour with a "full length", milled, integral barrel rib with a Mauser style front sight ramp that is also integral into the barrel rib. Built just like the prewar Mauser rifle barrel were made. The rear of the rib is fitted with a two leaf rear sight; one standing and one folding. The top of the rib is marked "CLAYTON N. NELSON CUSTOM RIFLEMAKER", with the left, rear barrel flat marked "9.3x62 mm". The top of the receiver has been fitted with a set of Leupold type scope bases. The bolt body have been jeweled and the bolt handle has been hand-checkered in a "FIVE" separate heart shaped panels with scalloped edges. The bolt shroud has also been converted to a M70 side swing safety. It has a one-piece trigger guard with a hinged floor plate. The rifle has been stocked in a absolutely beautiful extra fancy English walnut with a multi-point, fine 22-24 line hand checkering in the pistol grip and forend areas. The stock has an ebony forend tip, with a plain steel grip cap and a black Decelerator recoil pad.

Excellent as professionally built with 98% rust blued finish overall with just very minor edge and high spot wear. The stock is excellent with a low luster, hand rubbed finish with a couple of minor handling marks. The checkering is handling marks. The checkering is excellent, crisp and sharp overall. Mechanically excellent. Just another beautiful rifle, waiting for the chance to go on a hunting trip!

Exceptionally Rare Early Barney Worthen Custom Springfield Model 1903 Bolt Action Sporting Rifle
Item number: 18187890 | Exceptionally Rare Early Barney Worthen Custom Springfield Model 1903 Bolt Action Sporting Rifle

This is beautiful example of a very rare prewar Barney Worthen made custom Model 1903 Springfield rifle. The custom rifles made in the Worthen shop in San Francisco were equivalent to the early Griffin & Howe custom sporting rifle as made in NY, with the same style and patterns. It is estimated that Barney only made approximately 35 rifles in total, as he died in 1936, with almost all of them being takedowns, while this rifle has a fixed barrel. The base rifle was probably an early 1903 sales, converted by Worthen just like those done by G&H. The original barrel was professionally recontoured and polished to remove the rear sight base hump, however you can still see where the rear sight base, alignment pin was filled in and polished over just as G&H did. The font sight base was remover and the barrel is now fitted with a barrel band ramp front sight base with a ivory tip, blade front sight and push-on front sight hood. It has a Lyman 48C rear sight base with the aperture arm that has been machined off. The right side is fitted with a G&H dovetailed scope base (no mount or scope). The left side of the barrel is marked "MADE BY BARNEY H. WORTHEN SAN FRANCISCO ". The top of the chamber retains the U.S. Model 1903 marking. The bolt has been lowered to clear the scope with the bolt body and extractor polished. Interestingly the Worthen shop installed a small spring loaded plunger into the front of the safety lug that engages a small detent in the rear of the extractor. This detent snaps in place and makes an audible click when the bolt is fully closed. The safety has been modified to clear the scope tube. The rifle has been restocked in a very nice slightly fancy American walnut with some fancy gain in the butt and forend with straight grain through the pistol grip. It has a horn grip cap with a unsigned silver insert and a red rubber pad. The stock has a fine line, multi-point checkering in a pattern typically of the 1920's and 30's.

Excellent as professionally built with 98% blue finish overall with edge and high spot wear. The stock is fine with a small hairline crack at the rear of the receiver tang and the rear of the trigger guard. There are few minor pressure dents on the checkered area on the left side of the forearm, the remaining checkering is crisp overall. Mechanically excellent.

Desirable Steyr Model 1903 Mannlicher Bolt Action Carbine with Leupold Scope
Item number: 18187891 | Desirable Steyr Model 1903 Mannlicher Bolt Action Carbine with Leupold Scope

Early Steyr Mannlicher rifle with full length stock, ramp blade front sight, two leaf rear sight. The rifle is fitted with double claw scope mounts, with the front base dovetailed through the receiver and markings. It is fitted with a set of custom claw-mount scope rings with fitted with a Leupold M7 3x scope. Original barrel numbered to the gun with double set triggers and checkered full length pistol grip stock with European cheekpiece, leather sling and serrated buttplate with compartment.

Excellent. The carbine retains 95% original blue finish showing some thinning to a brown. The stock has been professionally refinished with minor handling marks, with the original checkering still distinct and visible showing wear across the tops of the checkering. The scope is excellent with sharp optics with 98% finish. Mechanically excellent.

Custom FN Special Police Bolt Action Rifle
Item number: 18187892 | Custom FN Special Police Bolt Action Rifle

This example has been barreled and chambered in the potent 6.5x284 cartridge. The top of the barrel is marked "Robert L. Mason - Stockmaker". There Leupold style scope bases mounted to the top of the receiver. The rear left side of the receiver is import marked "FNH USA/FREDERICKSBURG VA". Mounted on a nicely figured Fleur-de-Lis checkered walnut pistol grip stock with raised cheekpiece, sling studs, steel grip cap and Pachmayr recoil pad.

Excellent as custom assembled, 99% of the original blue finish remains with only some scattered minor handling/storage marks. The stock is also excellent with only a few light marks and sharp checkering. Mechanically fine.

Engraved German Over/Under Rifle with Scope
Item number: 18187893 | Engraved German Over/Under Rifle with Scope

The left side of the receiver is engraved with a buck roe deer, the right side is engraved with a doe and the underside is engraved with a red stag. The remainder of the receiver is engraved with flourishes of floral scroll or oak leaf and acorn engraving. There is a bead front sight, a flip up rear sight leaf and claw mounts holding a Hensoldt Wetzlar Duralyt 2 3/4x scope serial number 6780. Fitted with two single set triggers and a tang mounted safety. The water table of the frame is stamped with an "Eagle/N" proofmark. The underside of the barrel is stamped with the date "29.6.42" for June 29th, 1942 and on the bottom flat of the barrel is double stamped "OTTO SCHNEIDER ZELLA". A quick internet search reveals an Otto Schneider that was a Captain in the Waffen SS. He was reported missing in action in April of 1945 and was held in Soviet captivity until 1949. Mounted on a multi-point checkered three piece walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with a raised right handed cheekpiece, horn trigger guard, horn grip cap and a serrated horn buttplate. With 1 full box (20/20) of Norma 7x57R ammo, 1 partial box (13/20) of Norma 7x57R ammo, 93 pieces of 7X57R unprimed brass and 8 pieces of 7x57R primed brass.

Professionally refinished (barrels), the barrels retain 95% of the blue finish with scattered scratches, dings and some minor freckling. The coin finished receiver has a gray appearance with sharp engraving. The wood is very good with scattered scratches, dings and wear. Mechanically fine. The scope is also very good with clear optics.

Anschutz Model 54 Match Bolt Action Single Shot Rifle with Accessories
Item number: 18187894 | Anschutz Model 54 Match Bolt Action Single Shot Rifle with Accessories

Manufactured in 1967. The barrel has three sight/scope blocks mounted to the barrel. The top of the receiver is also grooved for sight/scope attachment. There is a Globe front sight on the front sight block and a Anschutz peep sight attached to the top of the receiver. Mounted on a heavy walnut thumbhole target stock with accessory rail on the forearm, checkered panels on the pistol grip, an adjustable palm rest on the right side of the pistol grip and an adjustable buttplate with butthook. There is an adjustable palm rest on the accessory rail. Has a light and crisp trigger. With a hardcase, extra front sight inserts and a bullet block.

Very good, 90% of the original blue finish remains with a couple areas of oxidation on the left side of the receiver. The bright bolt has some minor pitting and brown discoloration. The front sight has a gray residue on the exterior. The stock is very good with scattered scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent.

V.C. Shilling Mauser Action Rifle in 30-06 Caliber
Item number: 18187895 | V.C. Shilling Mauser Action Rifle in 30-06 Caliber

Ramp blade front and express rear sights, with a 100 yard fixed notch, 200, 300 and 400 yard flip-up notches and a 500-1000 yard flip-up ladder on the solid rib, marked "V. CHR. SCHILLING SUHL-GERMANY" on top of the Krupp Steel barrel, with light engraving at the breech. The receiver and bolt are case-hardened, with an expanded cartridge opening on the rear of the textured receiver ring, a quick-release floor plate and adjustable double set triggers. Checkered pistol grip stock, with a Schnabel tip forearm, raised cheekpiece, and a flat steel buttplate.

Very good as custom, with 80% of the blue finish, showing areas of brown patina and scattered light dings and scratches. About 40% bright case colors are present on the receiver and bolt, with a gray patina on the remainder and some light spotting. The stock is very good, with traces of white paint near the buttplate, scattered scratches and dents, and a few thin areas in the varnish. Mechanically excellent.

Excellent Swiss Model 1906/24 Bern Luger Semi Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188500 | Excellent Swiss Model 1906/24 Bern Luger Semi Automatic Pistol

Manufactured for the Swiss military between 1918 and 1933. Blank chamber with the toggle marked with a "Swiss cross/WAFFENFABRIK/BERN". The left side of the barrel extension has a small Geneva Cross and the right side has a small "+/M" marking. A small Geneva Cross is present on the barrel, barrel extension, toggle and frame. The grips are the unique checkered variation with smooth borders. The magazine is marked with a "P" on the lower back edge and is a bright metal finish with a walnut base. The numbered parts have the matching serial numbers.

Excellent with 90% plus original blue finish with some high edge wear and scattered thinning. 75% of the straw finish remains on the small parts. The arsenal refurbished grips are very good with light handling marks and sharp checkering . Mechanically excellent.

Excellent Remington Model 37 Rangemaster Target Rifle with Mitchell Optics Scope and Extra Barrel
Item number: 18187896 | Excellent Remington Model 37 Rangemaster Target Rifle with Mitchell Optics Scope and Extra Barrel

Manufactured between 1937 and 1940 with only 12,300 manufactured. Has a sight block at the muzzle and two towards the rear of the barrel. There is a Mitchell Optics 20x scope with screw on lens covers attached with target scope rings. Attached to the left side of the receiver is a iron sight/base. Mounted on a smooth walnut pistol grip target stock with forearm rail and sling swivels. With the gun is a single shot adaptor, an ash scope case, a set of Redfield peep sights with a Gehman adjustable aperture, and an extra barrel from Brownells in a sealed bag.

Excellent, 98% of the original blue finish remains with some high edge wear and scattered minor scratches. The stock is also excellent with a freshened finish and some scattered minor scratches and dings. Mechanically needs work as firing pin does not stay cocked on close of action. The scope is excellent with wear from sliding in the scope mounts and clear optics. The peep sights are very good

DWM Model 1920 Commercial Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188501 | DWM Model 1920 Commercial Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol

Unmarked chamber and "DWM" logo on the front toggle. Commercial style serial number placement, with "crown/N" proofs on the underside of the barrel, left side of the barrel extension and breechblock. Straw colored small parts and checkered grips. The magazine has an unmarked nickel body and "GERMANY" marked wooden base.

Very fine as partially refinished (the takedown lever which has been professionally repaired/restrawed). The pistol retains 98% of the original blue finish remaining, showing mild edge wear and scattered handling marks. The grips are excellent with a few small chips in the otherwise sharp checkering. The markings are clear. Mechanically excellent.

Collector's Lot of Two Sportmodell Single Shot Training Rifles -A) Mauser Deutsches Sportmodell Sing
Item number: 18187897 | Collector's Lot of Two Sportmodell Single Shot Training Rifles -A) Mauser Deutsches Sportmodell Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle


A) Blade and tangent sights, with caliber marking on the barrel, "crown/ letter" proofs, "MAUSER" banner on the chamber and "Deutsches Sportmodell" on the right side of the receiver. Smooth pistol grip stock, with a flat buttplate and a brown leather sling.

Manufucture: Mauser
Model: Dsm34-Rifle
BBL: 26 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 22 LR
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 46755

Condition: Excellent, with 95% of the original blue finish, showing the start of a gray patina along the high edges and mild handling marks. Stock is very good, with some scattered dings and dents. Mechanically excellent.

B) Blade front and tangent rear sights, with the top of the receiver is marked with the Walther banner over "THURINGEN", the right side marked "Deutsches Sportmodell" and "crown/N", "B" and "U" proofs on the barrel and receiver. Smooth pistol grip stock with a brown leather sling and smooth buttstock.

Manufucture: Walther
Model: Sport
BBL: 26 inch round
Stock: hardwood
Guage: 22 LR
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 58150

Condition: Excellent, with 95% of the original blue finish, showing light handling marks and spotting overall. The stock is very good, with mild dents and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Excellent Erfurt 1912 Dated Luger Pistol with World War II Holster and Extra Magazine
Item number: 18188502 | Excellent Erfurt 1912 Dated Luger Pistol with World War II Holster and Extra Magazine

Fixed sights, with "1912" on top of the chamber and "crown/ERFURT" on the toggle link. Imperial eagle firing proofs are present on the right side of the extension, right side of the barrel and left side of the breechblock. Many crowned letter proofs appear on various parts including screws, "RC" Revision Commission stamps are present on the barrel, extension and toggle link, and a hold-open has been installed. Except for the magazine, external numbers match. Fitted with straw colored small parts, niter blue screws, and checkered grips. With a WWII-production "WaA668" code P.08 holster, takedown tool and extra magazine.

Excellent, showing 97% plus of the original blue, with bright wear along the edges and high points and scattered light handling marks. The straw finish is strong and bright, with over half the vivid blue remaining on the screws. Grips are excellent, with some small chips and dings. Holster is fair, with scuffing and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Whitney-Kennedy Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18187898 | Whitney-Kennedy Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured circa 1879 to 1886. German silver blade front sight, elevation adjustable buckhorn rear sight and full length magazine tube. The top barrel flat is marked "WHITNEYVILLE ARMORY, CT U.S.A. KENNEDY" ahead of the rear sight. There are no caliber markings, but the barrel gauges at .44 caliber. The serial number is marked on the lower tang. Mounted on a smooth walnut forearm and straight grip stock with a steel forend tip and crescent buttplate with compartment (cleaning rod not included).

Very good as partially refinsihed. The rifle retains traces of original blue finish in the protected areas with a smooth brown-gray patina on the balance. The refinsihed receiver has a few patches of mild pitting with a series of minor scratches below the ejection port. The wood is good with a repaired chip and a hairline crack near the upper tang and some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Excellent World War II Mauser "byf" Code 1941 Production "Black Widow" P.08 Luger Semi-Automatic Pis
Item number: 18188503 | Excellent World War II Mauser "byf" Code 1941 Production "Black Widow" P.08 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Matching Magazine

Fixed sights, with "41" on the chamber, "byf" on the toggle, and "P.08" on the left side of the frame. Matching numbers are present on the external parts, including the blue bodied, alloy base magazine, the barrel and extension are stamped with "eagle/655" proofs, and "eagle/swastika" firing proofs are present on the barrel, extension and breechblock. Fitted with a pair of checkered grips.

Excellent, with 98% plus of the original blue finish, showing mild wear along the edges and scattered handling marks. The grips are excellent, with a few light scuffs and sharp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Browning Citori Grade VI Over/Under Shotgun with Original Box, Case and Briley Subgauge Tubes
Item number: 18187899 | Browning Citori Grade VI Over/Under Shotgun with Original Box, Case and Briley Subgauge Tubes

Manufactured in 1986. Has a red bead front sight, a white mid bead sight, is threaded for invector choke tubes with cylinder/cylinder installed and 3 inch chambers with ejectors. The receiver has two gold highlighted pheasants on the left side, three ducks on the right side, a dog on the bottom and a quail on the trigger guard. The remainder of the receiver, break lever, tangs and forearm hardware are covered with floral scroll engraving. Mechanical triggers. Mounted on a nicely figured multi-point checkered walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with adjustable comb and factory recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 1/4 inches. With a black plastic case that houses the gun and all 3 sets of Briley subgauge tubes, the original box, two Briley boxes, a small rubber mallet, a tube removal tool, a choke removal tool for tubes, 1 28 ga. Choke tube for subgauge tube, comb shims, 3 choke wrenches covering all 4 gauges, 3 extra 12 ga. Chokes, Briley sport lube, 1 28 ga. Internal choke tube and 1 .410 bore internal choke tube.

Excellent, 95% plus of the original blue finish remains with some muzzle wear and scattered scratches. The coin finished components remain bright. The wood is good with a repaired crack on the left side of the forearm, the adjustable comb was nonprofessionally done and there are scattered dings and dents. Mechanically excellent. The box is very good. The subgauge tubes are very good. The case is good with the lock broken.

Swiss Waffenfabrik Bern Model 1929 Semi-Automatic Luger Pistol
Item number: 18188504 | Swiss Waffenfabrik Bern Model 1929 Semi-Automatic Luger Pistol

This is a 1929 Swiss Military Luger manufactured by the Bern factory in Switzerland. This was the last series of Luger produced by the Bern factory. The chamber area is unmarked with the front toggle having the "Swiss Cross in a Shield" markings. The barrel is numbered on the side of the shoulder with a small "BP" proof at top dead center. There is a small Swiss cross acceptance proof on the underside of the barrel. The left side of the frame is stamped with the "+/M" rework proof of Colonel Muhlemann. There is a single "P" proof on the left side of the barrel extension indicating release by the Swiss Government. The magazine is tin plated with an unnumbered brown plastic base. Fitted with a set of checkered brown plastic grips.

Excellent with 98% original matte blue finish remaining. There is some minor high edge wear overall and there is an import marking present on the right side of the frame. The grips are excellent with a few small marks. Mechanically excellent.

DWM 1916 Dated Artillery Luger Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18188505 | DWM 1916 Dated Artillery Luger Pistol with Holster

Blade front and tangent rear sights with fine adjustment screws, "1916" date on the chamber and "DWM" monogram on the toggle link. Three "Crown/Letter" proofs are present on the right side of the barrel extension, with Imperial Eagle firing proofs on the extension, barrel and breechblock and "Germany" stamped on both sides of the frame. External numbers match, with the proper "GESICHERT" and "GELADEN" markings on the upper safety position and extractor respectively. Checkered walnut grips and nickel magazine with wooden base. An artillery-style holster, reconfigured for use without a stock board, is included, marked "H. Muller & Co/Offenbach a.M./1916" on the back.

Very fine as partially refinished (side plate and straw colors), with 80% of the blue finish overall, showing bright edge wear, a small amount of pitting at the muzzle, and scattered handling marks. The head of the front sight adjustment screw has broken off, and is absent. Refurbished straw colors are present on the small components. Grips are fine, with a glue-mended chip below the safety switch and a few mild dents. Holster is fair, with the straps removed and a pair of cuts for a belt made in the back, replacement cleaning rod pouch cover and tool pouch, and scattered cracks and scuffs. Mechanically excellent.

Swiss Bern Model 06/24 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18188506 | Swiss Bern Model 06/24 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster

Blade front and notch rear sights, with a blank chamber and "+/WAFFENFABRIK/BERN" on the front toggle. An import mark has been added to the underside of the right frame rail, with matching numbers on the barrel and frame and "P", "BP" and "+/M" stamps on the left side of the extension. Straw finished small parts, with a set of smooth bordered Swiss grip panels and a nickel finished magazine with a "6" marked hardwood base. A leather thong has been attached to the lanyard loop on the rear of the frame, which protects the web of the hand while operating the grip safety. Included with the pistol is a brown leather flap holster, marked "2" and "A.GEHRI/BERN" between the belt loops with a brown leather shoulder strap and a magazine pouch mounted to the flap.

Very fine as arsenal refurbished, with 95% of the blue, showing a gray patina along the high edges and on the right side of the barrel, along with some light handling marks and spotting. Grips are good, with some dents and verdigris. Over 90% of the original straw finish is present, with fading on the edges. Holster is good, with scuffs and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Excellent World War II Japanese T-99 Type 2 Bolt Action Paratrooper Rifle with Bayonet
Item number: 18188507 | Excellent World War II Japanese T-99 Type 2 Bolt Action Paratrooper Rifle with Bayonet

This is a WW II Japanese Type 2 Paratrooper rifle manufactured by the Nagoya Arsenal. The top of the receiver has a full Royal Chrysanthemum intact with the Kana markings for "2 Type". The left side of the barrel takedown mechanism or attaching section is marked with assembly number "797" and on the left side of the receiver is marked with the serial number "4635" next to the Nagoya Arsenal factory mark. It has the later production tangent rear sight graduated to 1,500 meters with thin anti-aircraft wings, peep sight and an inverted "V" front with guards. It has a two piece stock with a cupped buttplate and side mounted sling swivels. The front barrel band has two screws and the rear has a slot in the top. The takedown hardware is matching on the side plates and so does the bolt, assembly and dust cover. The bolt handle is the correct plum shaped version. It has the standard late war hardwood stock with the large drain hole on the bottom rear of the barrel section. It is complete with a late war all blued, Type 30 bayonet and scabbard with a rubberized belt hanger.

Excellent with 95% of the blue finish overall with edge and high spot wear with some blue loss and light pitting on the side of the front barrel band and on the bolt body from cycling the action. The trigger housing and floor plate are starting to brown out slightly. The stock and handguards are all in original condition showing minor handling marks and light pressure dents in a few places. As noted this rifle has all matching serial numbers. The bayonet is in excellent condition with 98% original blue overall with the scabbard being fine with 80% thinning blue. A very nice all matching Japanese Type II paratrooper rig.

Exceptional Late World War II Japanese Type 99 Bolt Action Rifle with Bayonet Scabbard and Leather F
Item number: 18188508 | Exceptional Late World War II Japanese Type 99 Bolt Action Rifle with Bayonet Scabbard and Leather Frog

This is an example of an exceptional late production Series 32 Japanese Type 99 service rifle. This specific rifle was manufactured under the Nagoya Arsenal at the Toyo Kogyo factory in Hiroshima. The top of the receiver has the Royal Chrysanthemum and Kanji markings (unmilled) and the left side of the receiver has the serial number and factory proofs. It is fitted with the fixed inverted "v" front sight with guards with the adjustable rear sight, manufactured with the mounts for the anti-aircraft wings, however not installed. It has the early style middle barrel band with monopod mount, however no mono-pod installed. It has the original pistol grip stock with finger grooves on the sides with no drain hole in the stock with a cupped edge sheet metal buttplate. It is fitted with the early style bolt knob and cocking piece. This exceptional rifle is complete with a late pattern all blued Type 30 bayonet with the square cross-guard, wooden handles, and leather frog along with a small piece of original Japanese rope tired around the middle of the stock.

Excellent with 99% of the bright original blue finish with only minor edge and high spot wear. The bolt assembly, is completely matching. The stock and handguards are all in excellent condition, never having been sanded with the original arsenal finish under and GI applied old coat of varnish, which has very nicely preserved the wood. The bayonet, scabbard and frog are also all in like new condition with 98% of the original blue finish with minor wear on the eh scabbard. A really nice all original and top notch Japanese Type 99 rifle set.

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine in Scarce 25-35 Caliber
Item number: 18188509 | Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine in Scarce 25-35 Caliber

Manufactured in 1925. Pinned front sight, ladder rear sight, saddle ring staple with ring and full length magazine. The barrel has the Winchester legend on the left side and address on the right side with the factory proof on the barrel and receiver. The upper tang has the three line model/trademark information. Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with crescent buttplate.

Fair as refinished. The carbine retains strong amounts of original blue finish in protected areas with the balance an artificial gray patina showing some light pitting under the refinish. The revarnished wood is good with some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Excellent Japanese Baby Nambu Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188510 | Excellent Japanese Baby Nambu Semi-Automatic Pistol

Manufactured at the Tokyo Arsenal in Koishikawa, the "Baby Nambu" was designed to compete with American and German offerings in the pocket pistol field. Though not officially adopted by the Japanese military, it was a popular private purchase sidearm with high ranking officers, making it a de-facto "General Officers Pistol" of the Imperial Army and Navy. Fixed sights, with the 4-cannonball arsenal symbol on top of the extension, matching serial numbers on the right side of the extension and underside of the bolt. Fitted with straw color small parts, finely contoured checkered grips and a correct mistmatched number nickel finished magazine (3363).

Excellent, with 95% of the original blue finish, showing a brown patina on the takedown button, bright gray along the high edges, and mild spotting concentrated on the gripstraps. The grips are excellent, with a few dents on the sharp checkering. The magazine is numbered "3363", showing mild dings and strong finish. Mechanically excellent.

Scarce Japanese Type 2 Rifle Grenade Launcher with Belt Pouch and Book
Item number: 18188511 | Scarce Japanese Type 2 Rifle Grenade Launcher with Belt Pouch and Book

Patterned after the German "Schiessbecher" rifle grenade launcher, the Type 2 was developed as a result of a Nazi German/Imperial Japanese technology exchange program, which also saw the introduction of shaped charge anti-tank weapons to the Imperial Army and Navy. Measuring 7 1/4 inches overall, with a 2 5/8 inch long, 30mm detachable rifled cup, a blued steel body with a pair of clamping arms, and the underside marked with the Japanese model nomenclature, serial number "2230" and the secret "ni" Nagoya Arsenal stamp over "53" (code for 1943). With an unmarked canvas belt pouch and a copy of the book "Imperial Japanese Grenade Rifles and Launchers by Babich and Keep.

Excellent, with 98% of the original blue finish, showing a small amount of brown and gray patina and mild handling marks and spotting overall. The canvas pouch is fine shows some mild wear and rust spots.

Excellent Japanese Baby Nambu Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188512 | Excellent Japanese Baby Nambu Semi-Automatic Pistol

Manufactured at the Tokyo Arsenal in Koishikawa, the "Baby Nambu" was designed to compete with American and German offerings in the pocket pistol field. Though not officially adopted by the Japanese military, it was a popular private purchase sidearm with high ranking officers, making it a de-facto "General Officers Pistol" of the Imperial Army and Navy. Fixed sights, with the 4-cannonball arsenal symbol on top of the extension, matching serial numbers on the right side of the extension and underside of the bolt. Fitted with straw color small parts, finely contoured checkered grips and a mismatched number (3686) nickel finished magazine. With a locking glass-topped hardwood display case, containing the pistol, a small picture card of the Japanese Army War Flag and a collar tab for an Imperial Army Captain, (see lot on the website).

Excellent, with 90% plus of the original blue finish, showing some bright wear along the high edges, a tiny amount of pitting in the bright areas, and mild spotting on the gripstraps. The grips are excellent, with a few dings and sharp checkering. Mild handling marks are present on the case and accessories. Mechanically functions, but needs work.

Excellent World War II Nagoya Arsenal Type 94 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Two Matching Magazines and
Item number: 18188513 | Excellent World War II Nagoya Arsenal Type 94 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Two Matching Magazines and Holster

Dated 17.9 (September 1942). Fixed sights, smooth trigger, serrated safety and rounded back cocking knob, exposed sear and checkered grips. Two magazines are included, both numbered "688" on the backs, with a pigskin holster marked "CP" over a pair of symbols on the flap and a matching colored shoulder strap.

Excellent, with 98% of the original blue finish, showing a few areas of brown patina and scattered spotting and handling marks overall. Grips are also excellent, with a few minor handling marks, and the leather shows mild scuffing concentrated along the edges. Mechanically excellent.

Excellent Nagoya Arsenal Type 14 Nambu Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18188514 | Excellent Nagoya Arsenal Type 14 Nambu Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster

Excellent example of a Nambu as manufactured by Nagoya Arsenal in June 1937 (12.6), with fixed sights, standard markings, knurled and ribbed cocking knob, small trigger guard, ribbed grips and nickel finished magazine. The bolt, cocking knob, trigger and magazine are numbered to match. With a brown leather clamshell holster.

Excellent, with 95% of the original blue finish, showing some freckling on the gripstraps, mild scattered spotting, light handling marks and edge wear. Original straw finish is present on the small parts. The holster is superb, with scuffs on the exterior. Mechanically excellent.

Collector's Lot of Two Japanese Semi-Automatic Pistols with Holsters -A) Kokura Arsenal Type 14 Smal
Item number: 18188515 | Collector's Lot of Two Japanese Semi-Automatic Pistols with Holsters -A) Kokura Arsenal Type 14 Small Trigger guard Nambu Pistol


A) Dated "9.3" (March 1934), with fixed sights, knurled and ribbed cocking knob, ribbed hardwood grips and nickel magazine. With a brown leather clamshell holster and shoulder strap.

Manufucture: Kokura
Model: Type 14
BBL: 4 1/2 inch round
Stock:
Guage: 8 mm Nambu
Finish: blue
Grips: hardwood
Serial Number: 27208

Condition: Fine as arsenal refurbished, showing 95% of the refinished blue, with some mild spotting on the grip straps and scattered light pitting, densest on the lanyard loop and cocking knob. The grips are very good, with light dents and stains. The holster shows minor scuffing, otherwise very good. Mechanically very good.

B) Dated 14.7 (July 1939). Fixed sights, smooth trigger, serrated safety and rounded back cocking knob, exposed sear and checkered grips. With a brown pigskin leather holster.

Manufucture: Japanese State Military Weapons
Model: Type 94
BBL: 4 inch round
Stock:
Guage: 8 mm
Finish: blue
Grips: plastic
Serial Number: 8552

Condition: Very fine, with 80% of the original blue finish, showing areas of brown and gray patina, along with some light handling marks and spotting. The rear section of the frame below the cocking knob is cracked and bulged, cause unknown. Grips are very good, with mild handling marks and sharp checkering. Holster is good, with a shoulder strap loop absent from the back and mild scuffing. Mechanically good.

Desirable Japanese Nagoya Arsenal Type 1 Folding Stock Paratrooper Carbine
Item number: 18188516 | Desirable Japanese Nagoya Arsenal Type 1 Folding Stock Paratrooper Carbine

This is a rare example of what is commonly called by collectors a Type 38 folding stock paratrooper carbine. These were actually produced by the Nagoya Arsenal for a short time using the standard type 38 carbine. (Much information about this is on pages 138-139 of Miliatry Rifles of Japan by Honeycutt/Anthony - 2nd Edition. Serial number 5110 is photographed on page 139, 88 numbers from this example.) Nagoya just pulled completed carbines from stock and modified them by cutting off the buttstock and adapting it by adding a door-hinge type mechanism at the rear of the receiver. The right side of the stock has the simple hinge like mechanism with the sock swinging to the right for storage and then it has a simple locking latch on the left side to secure the stock in the open/locked position. The whole assembly proved to be a terrible design, as it was very weak and fragile with the stock usually split up the middle behind the receiver, rendering the carbine useless. It was soon dropped from production after a few thousand were made. The receiver has the Royal Chrysanthemum intact over the kana markings for type 38. The side wall has an unreadable series mark next to the serial number and the Nagoya Arsenal mark. It has a blue straight plum shaped bolt handle with the short staff, type 38 rear sight and inverted "v" front sight. The hinge mechanism and buttplate are crudely stamped with "A A 17". It has a two-piece stock with finger grooves on the sides with a full length handguard and a cupped buttplate. It is complete with an original canvas sling and cleaning rod.

Very fine with 80% of the blue finish overall with wear on the exposed metal surfaces with finish loss on the front barrel band and trigger guard assembly. The stock and handguard are also in very good condition with numerous handling marks and light pressure dents on the sides in some areas with the top rear portion of the handguard having been reduced. The bolt assembly is matching. The hinge assembly black has mostly flaked off with 40% finish remaining. An unusual and highly desirable example of a folding stock carbine.

Desirable Japanese Type 44 Bolt Action Cavalry Carbine
Item number: 18188517 | Desirable Japanese Type 44 Bolt Action Cavalry Carbine

This is an example of an early pre-WWII 1St Series Japanese Type 44 Cavalry carbine as manufactured at Kokura Arsenal. The top of the receiver has the full intact Royal Chrysanthemum over the Kanji markings for Type 44. The left side of the receiver has the small 1st series Kana marking next to the serial number (01622) note the zero prefix, next to the four-intertwined cannonballs of the Kokura Arsenal. It is fitted with the standard short shaft rear sight graduated from 5-20 with the inverted "V" front sight. This late production carbine also includes the rare all machined early front sight cover with flip up muzzle cover. It has the correct style polished bolt with the extractor, firing pin also all in the white. It is fitted with the correct stock and front hand guard with the late type three bayonet numbered "622" on the underside of the housing with the latch and button both numbered (374). It is fitted with the correct smooth steel buttplate with the butt trap mechanism, (however missing the cleaning rod).

Excellent with 95% of the blue finish with edge and high spot wear with some thinning on the floor plate and trigger guard. The stock and handguard are both in fine condition showing a nice original finish overall with numerous light pressure dents and dings overall with some heavy scratches and pressure marks on the eh right side of the stock. This rifle has a matching bolt and cocking knob with an unnumbered firing pin and mismatched extractor. A nice late production Japanese type 44 carbine.

World War II Japanese Aerial Machine Gun Style Training Camera with Case and Accessories
Item number: 18188518 | World War II Japanese Aerial Machine Gun Style Training Camera with Case and Accessories

A multi-purpose training device, this "gun" is effectively a camera mounted in an oversized housing, suitable for installation in a wing mount or waist-gun emplacement. When the trigger is pulled, the camera runs, with footage being taken of what the gun is aimed at, as well as an optional stopwatch; after landing, the film can be analyzed by the trainers for proper lead and burst timing. Measuring 29 inches overall with a matte black finish, a transparent housing and reflector array on the "barrel" for the stopwatch, mounting positions for a set of anti-aircraft sights (included), and nomenclature plates on top and on the right side behind the crank. With a hardwood transport case, with two trigger assemblies (one for wing mount, the other with a pistol grip), five film canisters, a frame for winding and unwinding the film, remote actuation cables, assorted Japanese documents (untranslated) and a 1946 dated U.S. pamphlet titled "Going back to civilian life".

Very fine, with 85% of the original matte finish, showing some mild chips and scuffs. The stopwatch is absent. The mechanism has not been tested, and the contents of the film canisters not inspected. The documents range from poor to very good in condition, with some being loose papers with frayed edges. The case is good, with mild wear.

Scarce Japanese "Paratrooper" Bayonet with Sheath and Frog
Item number: 18188519 | Scarce Japanese "Paratrooper" Bayonet with Sheath and Frog

Produced for issue with the Type 100 Sub-Machine Gun and Type 2 Paratrooper Rifle, the Paratrooper Bayonet follows the overall pattern of the standard issue blades meant for the Type 38 and 99 Rifles, with changes to make the weapon more compact. Overall length is 12 1/4 inches, with a 7 3/4 inch single fuller blade. The top of the tang is stamped with the logo of the Toyada Automatic Loom Works next to the approval stamp of Nagoya Arsenal, with a pair of smooth wood grips installed and "1979" stamped on the butt. With a properly sized blue steel sheath and a rubberized canvas frog.

Excellent, with 90% original blue, some light pitting on the hilt, a strong blue finish overall, and some light dents on the grips. The blade retains 98% original blue. The fine rubberized canvas has stiffened with time, showing mild cracking and a torn section of the leather retention strap.

Special Order Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine
Item number: 18188520 | Special Order Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Manufactured in 1908 with a special order half length magazine. Pinned blade front sight, empty rear sight slot and tang peep sight with a saddle ring stud with ring mounted on the left side of the receiver. The top of the barrel has the two line address/patent marking behind the single barrel band and "38 W.C.F." is marked on the left side at the breech. The serial number is stamped on the frame underside. Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with crescent buttplate.

Very fine. The carbine retains 70% plus original blue finish with the balance a smooth brown/gray patina with a couple patches of light pitting. Traces of original case colors remain on the hammer and lever. The wood is also very fine with a shallow gouge on the buttstock (left side) and some minor pressure dents and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

J.P. Sauer Model 1930 "Behorden" Prussian Police Semi-Automatic Pistol with Vintage SS/Nazi Police I
Item number: 18188521 | J.P. Sauer Model 1930 "Behorden" Prussian Police Semi-Automatic Pistol with Vintage SS/Nazi Police Issue Pistol Manual and Holster

Movable blade front and notch rear sights, with the Suhl address, Sauer trademark, and caliber markings on the left side of the slide, a "K in starburst" Prussian police proof on the left side of the triggerguard, commercial "crown/N" proofs on the frame and slide, and caliber and "SuS" monograms on the left grip. With one magazine numbered to match the pistol, a 1938 Robert Larsen police marked brown leather holster, and a Nazi-issued pistol manual dated 1938 titled "Die Pistolen 7,65mm der Polizei", a general overview of SS and Police issue sidearms including this model pistol, the Sauer 38, Walther PP/PPK, and Dreyse, complete with exploded diagrams. This exact pistol, holster and manual is pictured on page 324 in the Schiffer Publication "German War Booty" by Ltc. Thomas Johnson.

Excellent, with 98% of the bright original blue finish, showing some minor edge wear and scattered handling marks. The grips are excellent, with some flat spots on the checkering. The holster is excellent, with mild wear. Mechanically excellent. The manual is very good, with some fraying of the spine and mild staining and foxing along the edges of the pages.

Desirable World War II RZM Marked Walther Model PPK Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188522 | Desirable World War II RZM Marked Walther Model PPK Semi-Automatic Pistol

This is an excellent example of a very desirable WWII Nazi Walther PPK, with the "RZM" slide markings. The "RZM" markings stood for Reichs Zeugmeisterei who served as the procurement and quartermasters office for the SA, NSDAP and SS during WW II. The left side of the slide is marked with the Walther banner followed by the two line address/caliber designation, "PPK" and the circle "RZM" control mark and is fitted with the late war, 90 degree safety lever. The right side of the slide, chamber area and muzzle are all stamped with the commercial "Crown/N" proof. The serial number is marked vertically on the right side of the frame, with the matching last three digits of the serial number, correctly etched on the inside of the slide. The pistol has the high polish commercial blue finish and is fitted with a one piece wraparound brown plastic checkered grips with the Walther Banner at the top. It is complete with one original magazine that has the Walther banner logo on the lower left side and is fitted with the matching mottled brown finger rest extension base.

Very fine with 90% of the original blue finish overall with edge and high spot wear with blue loss on the front edges of the slide with thinning on the front grip strap, with some minor scratches on the top left side of the slide. The grips are in very fine condition with nice original brown color overall with just a hint of warpage on the lower front edges of the grips. A very nice WWII Nazi, "RZM" marked Walther pistol.

World War II Nazi Walther PPK Semi-Automatic Pistol with Scarce Deutsche Reichspost Marking and Capt
Item number: 18188523 | World War II Nazi Walther PPK Semi-Automatic Pistol with Scarce Deutsche Reichspost Marking and Capture Letter

This is a very scarce/rare example of a WWII Walther PPK pistol as issued to the German Postal Service (DRP) that was captured, after WWII in Foggia Italy. The German Postal service (Deutsche Reichs Post) was established in the late 1800s and ran through WWII right up to the end of the war, until it was disestablished by the Allies in 1945. This service is identified as the "DRP" and any such marked Walther pistols are considered very scarce as they were not issued in large numbers and most did not see hard use, so not many were actually made. This specific pistol, was captured by Mayron Scott, a U.S. Air Force Segregant who served with the 15th U.S. Army Air Corp near Foggia Italy. The 15th Air Force was established in late 1943 and served through the end of WWII, with the first commander being Jimmy Doolittle. The actual pistol is stamped with the "D.R.P." markings on the left side of the frame with the serial number on the right side. The slide has the standard Walther Banner and two-line factory markings followed by "Mod PPK". The right side of the slide, chamber area and muzzle have the standard commercial "Crown/N" proofs. It is fitted with brown plastic, Walther banner marked wraparound grip and is complete with a single blued Walther banner marked magazine.

Very fine condition with 90% of the blue finish overall with edge and high spot wear with blue loss on the front end of the slide, with minor holster wear/blue loss on the right side of the front portion of the slide. The grips are very fine condition with nice color overall with excellent checkering and markings with some minor stress/age cracks on the upper rear section of the grips on both sides. The markings are clear and sharp. A very fine example of a scarce Walther PPK pistol with D.R.P. markings and capture letter.

Excellent Wartime Commercial Walther Model PP Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster and Extra Magazine
Item number: 18188524 | Excellent Wartime Commercial Walther Model PP Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster and Extra Magazine

This is an excellent example of a wartime commercial Walter Model PP pistol. The left side of the slide is marked with the Walther banner followed by the two line address and caliber followed by "Mod. PP". The commercial "eagle/N" proofmark is on the right side of the barrel chamber and slide, and the serial number is on the right side of the frame. Matching partial number on the inside of the slide. Fixed sights, ring hammer, smooth trigger, lanyard ring on the butt, Walther marked magazine with plastic extension and fitted with checkered Walther grips. With an unmarked brown leather flap holster and extra Walther marked magazine.

Excellent. The pistol retains 97% of the original blue finish, showing a small amount of bright edge wear, and a couple scratches on the left side of the slide and minor handling marks. The grips are also excellent, with minor handling marks and very crisp checkering. The holster is very good, with light wear. Mechanically excellent.

Walther Model 9 Semi-Automatic Vest Pocket Pistol
Item number: 18188525 | Walther Model 9 Semi-Automatic Vest Pocket Pistol

Manufactured from 1921 to 1944. Blade front and groove rear sights, with the model and Walther banner on the left side of the slide, address on the right, "crown/N" commercial proofs, and checkered grips with Walther banners at the bottoms and blue enamel "CW" monogram and "6,35" caliber badges at the tops.

Very fine, with 80% of the faded original high polish blue finish, showing bright wear along the edges and under the safety, along with some scattered handling marks. Grips are good, with some dents on the checkering and chips in the caliber badge. Mechanically excellent.

Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Ri
Item number: 18188526 | Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Rifle in 221 Rem Fireball


A) Introduced in 2002. Manufactured with no sights, top of the receiver is drilled and tapped for scope base. Walnut checkered pistol grip stock, brown rubber Remington recoil pad, and sling swivel studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to rifle, tools, and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock:
Guage: 221 Fireball
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: G6282794

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling marks. The box is good.

B) Introduced in 1999. Features a sightless barrel with the receiver drilled and tapped for scope mounts. Fitted on laminated checkered pistol grip stock with black forearm tip, cheekpiece super cell. Complete with original factory box numbered to the rifle, papers, and lock.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700 Lss
BBL: 22 inch round
Stock: laminated
Guage: 30-06 Springfield
Finish: stainless steel
Grips:
Serial Number: S6781066

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling marks. The box is excellent.

Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 CDL Limited Edition Bo
Item number: 18188527 | Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 CDL Limited Edition Bolt Action Rifle in .17 Rem Fireball


A) Barrel manufactured without sights, receiver tapped for scope mounting, scroll engraved floor plate marked "SEVENTEEN/[cartridge]/REMINGTON/FIREBALL" and checkered pistol grip stock with black forend tip, Remington recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with the original box numbered to the gun, papers, and lock.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700 CDL
BBL: 24 inch fluted
Stock: walnut
Guage: 17 fireball
Finish: stainless steel
Grips:
Serial Number: S6610825

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling marks. The box is good.

B) The barrel has ramped front sight and adjustable notch sight. The receiver is tapped for scope mounting. Standard markings. One-piece birch checkered pistol grip stock with plastic buttplate. The rifle includes original factory box numbered to the rifle, papers, and lock.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 22 inch round
Stock: birch
Guage: 270 Win
Finish: matte blue
Grips:
Serial Number: E6575247

Condition: Excellent. The rifle retains 99% plus original matte blue finish. The stock is excellent with a few minor handling marks retaining most of the finish. The box is fine.

Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 CDL Limited Edition Bo
Item number: 18188528 | Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 CDL Limited Edition Bolt Action Rifle in 280 Rem


A) Barrel manufactured without sights, receiver tapped for scope mounting, scroll engraved floor plate marked "280/ REMINGTON/[cartridge]/LIMITED/EDITION" and checkered pistol grip stock with black forend tip and pistol cap, Remington SuperCell recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with the original box numbered to the rifle, papers, and lock.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700 CDL
BBL: 24 inch fluted
Stock: walnut
Guage: 280 Rem
Finish: stainless steel
Grips:
Serial Number: S6740493

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is very good.

B) Introduced in 1986. Manufactured without sights and the receiver is tapped for scope mounts. Checkered pistol grip stock with sling swivel studs and solid factory recoil pad. Complete with box numbered to rifle.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 264 Win magnum
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: B6792610

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is fine.

Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 CDL Limited Edition Bo
Item number: 18188529 | Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 CDL Limited Edition Bolt Action Rifle in 7 mm Rem Magnum


A) Barrel manufactured without sights, receiver tapped for scope mounting, scroll engraved floor plate marked "7MM REMINGTON/MAGNUM/[cartridge]/50TH/ANNIVERSARY/1962-2012" and checkered pistol grip stock with black forend tip and pistol cap, Remington SuperCell recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with the original box numbered to the rifle, papers, tool, and lock.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700 CDL
BBL: 24 inch fluted
Stock: walnut
Guage: 7 mm Rem Magnum
Finish: stainless steel
Grips:
Serial Number: S6786764

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is very good.

B) Introduced in 1989. The barrel manufactured without sights. The receiver is tapped for scope mounts. Checkered pistol grip stock with factory recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to the gun and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 300 WBY magnum
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: C6394760

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is fine.

Two Boxed Remington Model 700 Etronx Bolt Action Rifles with Ammunition -A) Remington Model 700 Etro
Item number: 18188530 | Two Boxed Remington Model 700 Etronx Bolt Action Rifles with Ammunition -A) Remington Model 700 Etronx Bolt Action Rifle in 220 Swift with Scope


A) Manufactured without sights. Fitted with Weaver 6x-20x40 scope. Complete with original factory box numbered to gun, papers, approximately 969 rounds of 220 Swift ammunition, approximately 21 spent casings, approximately 2000 electronic primers. Ammunition for these types of rifles are difficult to find.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700-Etronx
BBL: 26 inch fluted
Stock: synthetic
Guage: 220 Swift
Finish: stainless steel
Grips:
Serial Number: EG001487

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The scope has clear optics. The box is excellent.

B) Manufactured without sights. Fitted with scope rings. Complete with original factory box numbered to gun, approximately 181 rounds of 22-250 Rem ammunition, approximately 19 spent casings, approximately 5000 electronic primers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700-Etronx
BBL: 26 inch fluted
Stock: synthetic
Guage: 22-250 Rem
Finish: stainless steel
Grips:
Serial Number: EG001433

Condition: Near new with a couple minor handling marks on the stock. The box is good.

Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 CDL Limited Edition Bo
Item number: 18188531 | Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 CDL Limited Edition Bolt Action Rifle in 30-06 Springfield


A) Barrel manufactured without sights, receiver tapped for scope mounting, scroll engraved floor plate marked "100TH/ANNIVERSARY/30-06 SPRG/[cartridge]/1906-2006" and checkered pistol grip stock with black forend tip and pistol cap, Remington LimbSaver recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with the original box numbered to rifle, papers, and lock.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700 CDL
BBL: 24 inch fluted
Stock: walnut
Guage: 30-06 Springfield
Finish: stainless steel
Grips:
Serial Number: S6574913

Condition: Near new with limited nicks in the overall sharp checkering. The box is good.

B) Introduced in 1992. Manufactured without sights and tapped for scope mounts. Checkered pistol grip stock with sling swivel studs and factory recoil pad. Complete with original box numbered to rifle and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 220 Swift
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: C6713731

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is good.

Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Ri
Item number: 18188532 | Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Rifle in 221 Rem Fireball


A) Introduced in 2002. Manufactured with no sights, top of the receiver is tapped for scope base. Checkered pistol grip stock, factory recoil pad, and sling swivel studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to the rifle, tools, and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 221 Fireball
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: G6281953

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is good.

B) Introduced in 1981. The barrel manufactured without sights. The receiver is tapped for scope mounts. Checkered pistol grip stock with factory recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to the gun and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 22 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 7 mm Mauser
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: B6307143

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is fine.

Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Ri
Item number: 18188533 | Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Rifle in 223 Rem


A) Introduced in 2000. Barrel manufactured without sights, Tapped for scope on the top of the receiver. Checkered pistol grip stock with a factory recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with the original box numbered to rifle, papers, and tools.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 223 Rem
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: E6665195

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is very fine.

B) Manufactured without sights. Checkered pistol grip stock with factory recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to the gun and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 250 Savage
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: B6578566

Condition: Near new original blue finish with a minor scuff mark at the muzzle. The stock is excellent with only the slightest of handling marks. The box is fair.

Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 CDL Limited Edition Bo
Item number: 18188534 | Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 CDL Limited Edition Bolt Action Rifle in 260 Rem


A) Barrel manufactured without sights, receiver tapped for scope mounting, scroll engraved floor plate marked "260 REMINGTON/[cartridge]/LIMITED/EDITION" and checkered pistol grip stock with black forend tip and pistol cap, Remington SuperCell recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with the original box numbered to the rifle, papers, and lock.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700 CDL
BBL: 24 inch fluted
Stock: walnut
Guage: 260 Rem
Finish: stainless steel
Grips:
Serial Number: S6672265

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is very good.

B) Introduced in 1991. Barrel manufactured without sights. The receiver is tapped for scope mounts. Checkered pistol grip stock with factory recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to the gun and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 7 mm WBY magnum
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: C6651426

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is good.

Excellent Marlin Model 93 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188535 | Excellent Marlin Model 93 Lever Action Rifle

German silver Rocky Mountain blade front sight and semi-buckhorn sporting rear sights, with the two-line Marlin address and patent dates ahead of the rear sight and "30-30" at the breech. The "MARLIN SAFETY" marked frame has the six-pointed star stamp ahead of the model marking on the upper tang. Smooth straight grip stock, with a steel forearm cap and buttplate.

Excellent, with 98% of the original blue finish, showing some light handling marks overall. The receiver is excellent, with 99% bright and vivid case colors, showing mild scratching. Stock is very fine, with some mild scratches and crazing of the varnish. Mechanically excellent.

Two Boxed Remington Model 700 Etronx Bolt Action Rifles with Ammunition -A) Remington Model 700 Etro
Item number: 18188536 | Two Boxed Remington Model 700 Etronx Bolt Action Rifles with Ammunition -A) Remington Model 700 Etronx Bolt Action Rifle in 22-250 Rem


A) Manufactured without sights. Tapped for scope mounts. Complete with original factory box numbered to gun, 2 keys, approximately 400 rounds of 22-250 Rem ammunition, and approximately 1000 Electronic primers. Ammunition for these types of rifles are difficult to find.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700-Etronx
BBL: 26 inch fluted
Stock: synthetic
Guage: 22-250 Rem
Finish: stainless steel
Grips:
Serial Number: EG001383

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling marks on the stock. The box is good.

B) Manufactured without sights. Fitted with scope rings. Complete with original factory box numbered to the gun, papers, approximately 1000 electronic primers, approximately 540 rounds of ammunition, and approximately 20 spent casings.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700-Etronx
BBL: 26 inch fluted
Stock: synthetic
Guage: 243 Win
Finish: stainless steel
Grips:
Serial Number: EG000860

Condition: Near new with only a few minor handling marks on the stock. The box is good.

Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Ri
Item number: 18188537 | Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Rifle in .375 H&H Magnum


A) The barrel has ramped front sight and adjustable rear notch sight. The receiver is tapped for scope mounting. One-piece walnut checkered pistol grip stock with factory recoil pad. Complete with original factory box numbered to the rifle.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 375 H&H magnum
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: E6289486

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is excellent.

B) Adjustable rear notch sight and a hooded front ramped sight. The top of the receiver is tapped for scope mounts. With a checkered walnut stock with a factory recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Original factory box numbered to the rifle and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 22 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 35 WHELEN
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: C6287195

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is fine.

Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Ri
Item number: 18188538 | Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Rifle in 300 H&H Magnum


A) Introduced in 1983. Barrel manufactured without sights. Receiver tapped for scope mounts. Walnut stock with multi-point checkering, factory recoil pad, and sling swivel studs. Complete with factory box numbered to the rifle but label states that rifle has 22 inch barrel (likely a factory error).

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 300 H&H Mag
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: B6462720

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage. The box is fine.

B) Barrel manufactured without sights, receiver tapped for scope mounting, scroll engraved floor plate marked "6 mm REMINGTON/[cartridge]/LIMITED EDITION" and checkered pistol grip stock with black forend tip and pistol grip cap, Remington recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with the original box numbered to the gun, papers, and lock.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700 CDL
BBL: 24 inch fluted
Stock: walnut
Guage: 6 mm Rem
Finish: stainless steel
Grips:
Serial Number: S6775544

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is good.

Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 CDL Limited Edition Bo
Item number: 18188539 | Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 CDL Limited Edition Bolt Action Rifle in 257 Roberts


A) Barrel manufactured without sights, receiver tapped for scope mounting, scroll engraved floor plate marked "257 ROBERTS/[cartridge]/75TH/ANNIVERSARY/LIMITED" and checkered pistol grip stock with black forend tip and pistol cap, Remington SuperCell recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with the original box numbered to the rifle, papers, and lock.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700 CDL
BBL: 24 inch fluted
Stock: walnut
Guage: 257 Roberts
Finish: stainless steel
Grips:
Serial Number: S6691914

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is excellent.

B) Introduced in 1995. Barrel manufactured without sights. Checkered pistol grip stock with factory recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to the gun and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 300 Win magnum
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: E6801928

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is very good.

Collector's Lot of Two Scoped Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles -A) Remington Model 700 Etronx
Item number: 18188540 | Collector's Lot of Two Scoped Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles -A) Remington Model 700 Etronx Bolt Action Rifle


A) This example is entirely stainless steel with a fluted 26 inch barrel. Has Leupold style two piece scope base and rings with a Docter 3-9x40 scope. Mounted on a textured synthetic pistol grip stock with sling studs and recoil pad. Comes with two keys for the rifle.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700-Etronx
BBL: 26 inch fluted
Stock: synthetic
Guage: 22-250 Rem
Finish: stainless steel
Grips:
Serial Number: EG000959

Condition: Excellent, 99% of the bright polished finish remains with 99% of the black finish remaining in the flutes. The stock is also excellent with scattered light scratches. Mechanically untested. Scope is excellent with clear optics.

B) This example is entirely stainless with Leupold style scope bases and rings holding a Simmons 3-10x44 scope. Mounted on a multi-point, skip-line checkered laminated hardwood pistol grip stock with contrasting forend tip, contrasting grip cap, raised cheekpiece and factory recoil pad.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 26 inch round
Stock: laminated
Guage: 22-250 Rem
Finish: stainless steel
Grips:
Serial Number: S6342642

Condition: Very good, 98% of the matte bead blast finish remains with some oxidation on the bolt knob and a few scattered minor handling marks. The stock is also very good with bubbling of the finish on the grip cap Mechanically needs work, rifle fires unexpectedly when closing or opening bolt.

Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Ri
Item number: 18188541 | Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Rifle in .308 Winchester


A) Introduced in 2005. Barrel manufactured without sights, receiver tapped for scope mounting, standard markings and checkered pistol grip stock with a Remington recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with the original box numbered to the gun, papers, and lock.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 308 Win
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: G6446231

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is excellent.

B) Introduced in 1999. Features a sightless barrel with the receiver drilled and tapped for scope mounts. Checkered pistol grip stock with black forearm tip, cheekpiece and factory recoil pad. Complete with original factory box numbered to the rifle, papers, and lock.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700 Lss
BBL: 22 inch round
Stock: laminated
Guage: 270 Win
Finish: stainless steel
Grips:
Serial Number: S6783794

Condition: Near new with only the slightest handling/storage marks. The box is excellent.

Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Ri
Item number: 18188542 | Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Rifle in 300 Savage


A) Barrel manufactured without sights, receiver tapped for scope mounting, standard markings and checkered pistol grip stock with a Remington recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with the original box numbered to the gun with papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 300 Savage
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: G6309126

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling marks. The box is excellent.

B) Introduced in 1999. Barrel manufactured without sights, receiver tapped for scope mounts. Checkered stock with black forend and grip cap, solid factory recoil pad and sling swivels studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to the rifle, tools, and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 22 inch round
Stock: laminated
Guage: 7 mm 08 Rem
Finish: stainless steel
Grips:
Serial Number: S6367392

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling marks. The box is good.

Excellent Winchester Model 52C Bolt Action Target Rifle
Item number: 18188300 | Excellent Winchester Model 52C Bolt Action Target Rifle

Manufactured in 1956. Fitted with a Lyman globe front sight with orange insert, Lyman receiver sight, and a pair of scope mounting blocks on the barrel, with the standard model and caliber markings on the left side of the barrel and the "WP" proof on the barrel and receiver. Smooth pistol grip stock, with a mounting rail on the underside, with swivel removed, rear sling swivel, and a Pachmayr White Line recoil pad.

Excellent, with 98% of the original blue finish, showing some light handling marks overall. The Winchester proof on the receiver appears repeatedly stamped, possibly a factory error. Stock is very good, with some cracking of the varnish and mild handling marks. Mechanically excellent.

Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Ri
Item number: 18188543 | Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Rifle in 17 Rem


A) Introduced in 1999. Barrel manufactured without sights, tapped for scope on the top of the receiver. Checkered pistol grip stock with a factory recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with the original box numbered to gun, and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 17 Rem
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: E6514201

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is very good.

B) Ramp front sight and adjustable rear notch sight. The receiver is tapped for scope mounting. Checkered pistol grip stock with plastic buttplate. With factory box (missing label), papers, and tool.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 22 inch round
Stock: birch
Guage: 30-06 Springfield
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: E6576367

Condition: Near new original blue finish. The stock is fine with minor blemishes. The box is good.

Pre-World War II Winchester Model 52 Bolt Action Target Rifle
Item number: 18188301 | Pre-World War II Winchester Model 52 Bolt Action Target Rifle

Manufactured in 1934. The barrel has an integral front sight block with a Globe front sight and there are two rear sight blocks mounted to the breech end of the barrel. The top of the receiver has a sight dovetail with a flip up elevation and windage adjustable peep sight. Has the speedlock bolt components installed. Mounted on a smooth walnut pistol grip target style stock with a checkered steel buttplate.

Excellent, 90% of the original blue finish remains with extensive flaking on the receiver and trigger guard with a brown patina on the exposed metal and some spotting/freckling on the barrel along with some scattered scratches and high edge wear. The stock is also excellent with some scattered scratches and dings. Mechanically fine.

Collectors Lot of Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Clas
Item number: 18188544 | Collectors Lot of Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Rifle in 7mm-08 Rem


A) Introduced in 2001. Barrel manufactured without sights, receiver tapped for scope mounts and checkered stock with solid factory recoil pad and sling swivels studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to the rifle, tools, and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 7 mm 08 Rem
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: E6725271

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is excellent.

B) Barrel manufactured without sights, receiver tapped for scope mounts checkered stock with solid factory recoil pad and sling swivels studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to the rifle and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 22 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 6.5x55 mm
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: C6849117

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is good.

Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action 44-40 Rifle
Item number: 18188302 | Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action 44-40 Rifle

Manufactured in 1884. This Third Model 1873 rifle has the integral dust cover rail and dust cover with serrated edges. The rifle features a full length magazine, blade front sight and elevation adjustable rear sight (missing the elevator). The top barrel flat has the two line address/patent date marking ahead of the rear sight and "44 CAL" at the breech. The upper tang is marked "MODEL 1873" and the cartridge elevator is marked "44 CAL". Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with forend cap and crescent buttplate with compartment (cleaning rod not included).

Good. The rifle retains scattered traces of original blue finish in the protected areas, otherwise a smooth gray patina. The magazine tube assembly is loose, but is mounted. The refinished wood is good with some scattered minor pressure dents and scratches with a large shallow gouge, a missing sliver of wood and a missing minor chip on the forearm. Mechanically fine.

Collectors Lot of Two Boxed Remington Bolt Action Rifles -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action
Item number: 18188545 | Collectors Lot of Two Boxed Remington Bolt Action Rifles -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Rifle in 221 Rem Fireball with Scope


A) Introduced in 2002. Manufactured without sights. Fitted with Leupold 4-12 VX-II scope. Checkered pistol grip stock, factory recoil pad, and sling swivel studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to gun and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 221 Fireball
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: G6272361

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The scope has clear optics. The box is fine.

B) Introduced in 2004. Barrel manufactured without sights with scope mounts on the receiver. Checkered pistol grip stock and factory recoil pad. Complete with original factory box numbered to gun, lock, and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 504
BBL: 20 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 22 LR
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 50407548

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is very good.

Excellent Winchester Model 64 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188303 | Excellent Winchester Model 64 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1950. Hooded ramp front sight, elevation adjustable rear sight, Winchester factory proof on the barrel and receiver and smooth forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate.

Excellent. The rifle retains 98% plus original blue finish showing some scattered minor high edge wear. The wood is also excellent with some scattered minor pressure dents and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Evans Model Lever Action Sporting Rifle
Item number: 18188546 | Evans Model Lever Action Sporting Rifle

Manufactured from 1873 to 1879 with this example being a Transition Model featuring a two piece buttstock exposing the magazine in the center and the buttplate is without a heel piece. This rifle is one of 1,050 Transition Model Sporting Rifles manufactured. The barrel has a pinched front sight and a ladder rear sight (missing sighting bar) with "EVANS REPEATING RIFLE MECHANIC FALLS, ME/PAT. DEC 8, 1868 & SEPT. 16, 1871 U.S.A." followed by the serial number marked on top of the barrel ahead of the rear sight. Smooth forearm and straight grip stock. The Evans rifle was one of the more novel repeating arms of the 19th century and had the largest capacity of any repeating rifle ever mass produced.

Fine as period refinished (receiver). The balance of rifle retains 95% of the blue finish which is taking on a purple hue with some minor thinning and some very scattered light spotting (heavier at the muzzle). The lever retains 70% of the nickel finish and the buttplate retains 95% plus vivid case colors. The wood is very good with a large chunk of wood missing from the forearm and some minor pressure dents and scratches.

Scarce Low Three Digit Serial Number First Year Production Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle
Item number: 18188304 | Scarce Low Three Digit Serial Number First Year Production Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Manufactured in 1933, the first year of production with the rare 20 inch barrel. The rifle has a fixed front sight with brass bead, an elevation adjustable sporting rear sight and standard Winchester markings including the factory proof on top of the barrel and receiver at the breech. Mounted on a smooth walnut forearm with endcap and pistol grip stock with steel buttplate. Left side of receiver has two drilled/tapped holes for scope mount.

Very fine. The rifle retains 85% original blue finish with a smooth gray patina on the balance. A few patches of minor spotting are present. The refinished wood is good with a repaired forearm, crude repair near the stock toe and a few minor handling marks. Mechanically excellent.

Collectors Lot of Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Clas
Item number: 18188547 | Collectors Lot of Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Rifle in 25-06 Rem


A) Introduced in 1990. The barrel was manufactured with no sights. The receiver is tapped for scope mounting. Checkered walnut pistol grip stock with factory recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to the rifle and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 25-06 REM
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: C6553666

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is fine.

B) Introduced in 1997. The barrel manufactured without sights. The receiver is tapped for scope mounts. Checkered pistol grip stock with factory recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to the gun and video cassette tape.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 22 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 280 Rem
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: E6358488

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is very good.

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Super Grade Bolt Action Rifle in 300 H&H Magnum with Scope
Item number: 18188305 | Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Super Grade Bolt Action Rifle in 300 H&H Magnum with Scope

Manufactured in 1956. Hooded ramp front sight, folding leaf rear sight and Bausch & Lomb Bal Var 8x scope. Jewelled bolt, extractor and follower with the bolt numbered to the gun. Late safety, straight receiver tang, quick release sling swivels, hollow bolt knob and hinged floor plate. Standard Winchester markings including "-SUPER GRADE-" on the floor plate and the Winchester factory proof on the left side of the barrel and receiver at the breech. Checkered Super Grade pistol grip stock with ebony forend cap, metal grip cap, cheekpiece, high comb and solid factory recoil pad.

Very fine as partially refinished (trigger guard). The rifle retains 95% plus original blue finish showing some loss at the muzzle, a few streaks of gray on the barrel and some minor scratches on the floor plate. A patch of pin point pitting and some minor dings are present on the barrel. The reoiled stock is also very fine with an oversize recoil pad, a few minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent. The scope has clear optics.

Collectors Lot of Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Clas
Item number: 18188548 | Collectors Lot of Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Rifle in 8mm Mauser


A) Introduced in 2004. Barrel manufactured without sights, drilled and tapped for scope on the top of the receiver. Checkered walnut pistol grip stock with a factory recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with the original box numbered to rifle, papers, and tools.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 8 mm Mauser
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: G6389909

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is good.

B) Introduced in 1982. The barrel was manufactured without sights, the top of the receiver is tapped for scope mounts. Checkered pistol grip stock with factory recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to rifle and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 257 Roberts
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: B6396447

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is fine.

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in 270 Winchester with Scope
Item number: 18188306 | Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in 270 Winchester with Scope

Manufactured in 1946 during the transition period (late 1945-51). Filler block on the ramp front sight base, added scope/sighting block behind the rear sight dovetail slot which has a large filler block attached by screws and a Leupold 2.5x8 scope with Redfield mount. Pre-war safety, cloverleaf receiver tang, sling swivels and polished bolt numbered to the gun. Checkered straight comb pistol grip stock fitted with a checkered steel buttplate.

Very fine as modified. The rifle retains nearly 97% original blue finish showing some minor loss at the muzzle and high edge wear on the buttplate. The underside of the barrel has an area of numerous small scratches. The reoiled stock is very fine with some minor pressure dents and scratches with overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent. The scope has clear optics.

Collector's Lot of Two Scoped Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles -A) Remington 700 Etronx Bolt A
Item number: 18188549 | Collector's Lot of Two Scoped Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles -A) Remington 700 Etronx Bolt Action Rifle with Original Box


A) This early example was manufactured between 1999 and 2003. It uses a 9 volt battery to fire ammunition with special primers to produce an extremely low lock time. Has a trigger shoe and a single shot adaptor on top of the standard follower. There is a Leupold two piece scope base attached to the receiver with rings holding a BSA Platinum 6-24x scope with level, 5" sunshade, 3" sunshade and screw on lens covers. With the original box numbered to the gun, two keys for the gun and a scope box.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700-Etronx
BBL: 26 inch heavy fluted round
Stock: synthetic
Guage: 243 Win
Finish: stainless
Grips:
Serial Number: EG000652

Condition: Excellent, 99% of the original finish remains with only some scattered minor handling marks. The stock is also excellent with some scratches, scuffs and dings. Functionally untested. The scope is also excellent with some residue on the sunshades and clear optics. The box is very good with the labels flaking.

B) Has a Leupold two piece scope base with rings holding a BSA Platinum 6-24x scope with scope level, 5" sunshade, 3" sunshade and screw on lens caps. Has a single shot adaptor on top of the standard follower and a trigger shoe. Mounted on a textured synthetic pistol grip stock with sling studs and factory recoil pad.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 26 inch heavy round
Stock: synthetic
Guage: 243 Win
Finish: matte blue
Grips:
Serial Number: E6433413

Condition: Excellent, 98% of the original blue finish remains with a few scattered light handling marks and some light freckling on the receiver. The stock is also excellent with only some scattered minor marks. Mechanically excellent. The scope is excellent as well with clear optics.

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Alaskan Bolt Action Rifle in 338 Winchester Magnum
Item number: 18188307 | Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Alaskan Bolt Action Rifle in 338 Winchester Magnum

Manufactured in 1959. Standard Winchester markings including the factory oval proof on the left side of the barrel and receiver at the breech. Hooded ramp front sight and adjustable folding leaf rear sight with receiver tapped for scope/sight mounting. Straight receiver tang, polished bolt numbered to gun and late safety. Checkered high comb pistol grip stock with sling swivels and a vented factory recoil pad.

Very fine with touch up blue near the muzzle, otherwise the rifle retains 95% original blue finish showing some high edge wear and loss at the muzzle. Some light pitting is present near the muzzle. The revarnished stock is fine with some minor handling marks and recut checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in 22 Hornet with Scope
Item number: 18188308 | Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in 22 Hornet with Scope

Manufactured in 1943. Hooded ramp front sight and Weaver K2.5 scope with M.L. Stith mount attached to the left side of the receiver and using the rear dovetail slot. Extra holes have been added to the top of the receiver. Standard Winchester markings including the factory oval proof on the left side of the barrel and receiver at the breech. Cloverleaf receiver tang, pre-war safety, polished bolt numbered to the gun with solid knob and sling swivel. Checkered pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate.

Very fine. The rifle retains nearly 95% original blue finish showing a smooth gray patina mixed with blue on the buttplate, loss at the muzzle, a couple patches of gray and some speckling of patina (mostly on the floor plate). A series of minor scratches are present on the floor plate. The revarnished stock is fine as modified with an open receiver notch cut on left rear, some scattered minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent. The scope has clear optics.

Winchester Model 70 Custom Express Bolt Action Rifle in 416 Remington Magnum
Item number: 18188309 | Winchester Model 70 Custom Express Bolt Action Rifle in 416 Remington Magnum

A post-64 variation with a hooded ramp front sight, three leaf rear sight and scope blocks on the receiver. Standard Winchester markings with engine turned bolt and follower. Highly figured and checkered straight comb pistol grip stock with sling swivel studs, rosewood forend cap, metal grip cap, cheekpiece and solid Winchester recoil pad.

Excellent. The rifle retains 99% plus original blue finish with a couple small scuff marks on the trigger guard. The stock is also excellent with only the slightest handling marks. Mechanically excellent.

Engraved Savage Model 99 Lever Action Rifle Attributed to Master Engraver John Murphy with Scope and
Item number: 18188550 | Engraved Savage Model 99 Lever Action Rifle Attributed to Master Engraver John Murphy with Scope and Floor Plates

Manufactured circa 1950 and later professionally engraved by renowned Master Engraver John H. Murphy. The sides of the receiver have a scroll and dot engraving with a stag in a woodland scene on the left side. The scrollwork extends to the receiver tang, receiver underside and lever mount. Equipped with a Redfield 4x scope with Redfield mount, cocking indictor and sliding safety. The barrel has the two line Savage address and a filled in rear dovetail sight lot and is without provisions for a front sight. Jeweled bolt and nicely figured custom smooth forearm and high comb pistol grip stock with cheekpiece, sling swivel studs and White Line Pachmayr recoil pad. A framed sketch by John H. Murphy with his business card is included with the rifle. The sketch is very similar to the engraving on the left side of the receiver. Also with this lot are two scroll and game scene engraved floor plate with the relief engraved game scene left in the white. One floor plate has a bear and the other floor plate has an elk. These floor plates were likely done by John Murphy. The consignor has provided copies of period magazine articles pertaining to Murphy's work.

Very fine as professionally embellished by Master Engraver John H. Murphy. The rifle retains 98% plus of the blue finish showing some mild thinning. The wood is excellent with limited light handling marks. The scope has clear optics.

Savage Model 1899 Lever Action Rifle in Scarce 25-35 Caliber
Item number: 18188551 | Savage Model 1899 Lever Action Rifle in Scarce 25-35 Caliber

Made in 1907. German silver Rocky Mountain blade front sight and elevation adjustable sporting rear sight on the Hi-Pressure Steel barrel and a King flip-up short range peep sight mounted to the upper tang of the receiver, which is also fitted with a bolt-mounted firing pin indicator, rotating cartridge counter and sliding safety switch. Smooth straight wrist stock, with a Schnabel tip forearm and a smooth buttplate.

Excellent, with 90% plus, of the original blue finish, showing a few scattered patches of pitting surrounded with areas of brown patina, bright wear along the edges and scattered handling marks. Bright colors are visible on the lever. Stock is fine, with some chipping of the forearm, a few areas of filler on the left side of the buttstock, and scattered dings and dents. Mechanically excellent.

Savage Model 1899 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188552 | Savage Model 1899 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured circa 1902-1904. Rocky Mountain German silver blade front sight and adjustable sporting rear sight, with the two-line address and patent dates ahead of the rear sight and "SAV. 303" behind. The receiver is fitted with a bolt-mounted firing pin indicator, cartridge counter, and a casehardened lever with "bulls-eye" pattern sliding catch. Smooth straight wrist stock with a Schnabel tip forearm and smooth buttplate.

Excellent, showing 97% of the bright original blue, with some brown streaking on the receiver and mild handling marks overall. Bright and vivid color is present on the sides of the lever, showing a smooth brown and gray on other areas. A few small filled areas are visible on the revarnished buttstock, with some shallow grain cracks. Mechanically excellent.

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle
Item number: 18188310 | Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1953. Hooded ramp front sight, folding adjustable rear sight and receiver tapped for scope/sight mounting. Standard Winchester markings including the factory proof on the barrel and receiver. Late safety, straight receiver tang and polished bolt numbered to gun. Checkered high comb pistol grip stock with sling swivel studs and added non-factory Pachmayr buttpad.

Very fine. The rifle retains 90% original blue finish with thinning on the floor plate and a couple scuffs on the trigger guard. The refinished stock is fine with a few minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Cased Savage Model 1899 Lever Action Takedown Rifle with an Extra 410 Gauge Smoothbore Barrel
Item number: 18188553 | Cased Savage Model 1899 Lever Action Takedown Rifle with an Extra 410 Gauge Smoothbore Barrel

Manufactured in 1922, this lever action is equipped with two 24 inch barrels; the first is a rifle barrel in 300 Savage, with a German silver blade front sight, elevation adjustable sporting rear sight, and a Schnabel tip forearm, the second is a 410 gauge shotgun barrel with a brass single bead sight, full choke and a 2 1/2 inch chamber. Receiver markings are standard, with a case colored lever, sliding safety and a rotating cartridge counter. Smooth straight wrist stock, with a ribbed steel buttplate and 13 1/4 inch length of pull. With a black leather takedown case with maroon inner lining, a brass Savage badge inside the lid, hanging instruction card and space for both barrels.

Excellent, with 98% plus of the original blue finish, showing some light handling marks and spotting overall. The stock is excellent. Mechanically excellent.

Exceptional Scarce Second Year Production Deluxe Winchester Model 71 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188311 | Exceptional Scarce Second Year Production Deluxe Winchester Model 71 Lever Action Rifle

This is an excellent example of a Winchester Model 71 lever action rifle manufactured in 1936 the second year of production. Winchester manufactured approximately 47,000 of this model from 1935 to 1957. The left rear of the barrel is marked with the standard Winchester proof steel, model, trade mark and caliber information and the two-line address is on the right rear. The top of the barrel and receiver at the breech are marked with the Winchester oval proof. Hooded ramped blade front sight, filler block in the rear sight dovetail and it is equipped with a Lyman bolt mounted peep sight. All blue finish, half magazine tube and mounted with a checkered walnut semi- beaver tail forearm and pistol grip stock with a checkered steel buttplate and quick release sling swivels on the forend cap and stock.

Excellent. The rifle retains 98% original blue finish with loss limited to some flaking and wear on the lever. The wood is also excellent with a few scattered minor dents and handling marks, and crisp checkering. The markings are sharp. The action is excellent.

Savage Arms Model 1899 Lever Action Takedown Rifle with Two Matching Barrels, Birmingham Proofs and
Item number: 18188554 | Savage Arms Model 1899 Lever Action Takedown Rifle with Two Matching Barrels, Birmingham Proofs and Case

Manufactured in 1911, this lever action is equipped with two 20 inch rifle barrels, in 30-30 WCF and 25-35 Winchester, both outfitted with a German silver blade front and sporting rear sight, Hi-Pressure Steel construction, matching serial numbers on the underside and Birmingham proofs on the left side of the chamber. The "crown/BNP" stamp is repeated on the bolt and the receiver, with the latter outfitted with a tang-mounted cocking indicator and a sliding safety. Smooth straight wrist stock, with a matching numbered forearm and a checkered Savage buttplate. With a maroon canvas covered takedown case with a 3-piece cleaning rod and space for both barrels.

Excellent, with 95% of the original blue finish, showing streaks of brown patina, bright edges and scattered handling marks. 75% of the casecolors remain on the lever. The stock is very fine, with mild pressure dents and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Excellent Winchester Model 07 Semi-Automatic Rifle with Original Box
Item number: 18188312 | Excellent Winchester Model 07 Semi-Automatic Rifle with Original Box

This is an excellent example of a later Winchester Model 07 high power semi-automatic rifle manufactured in 1954. The left side of the barrel is marked with the two-line address/proof steel, trade mark, model and caliber marking, and the top of the barrel and receiver at the breech are marked with the Winchester oval proof. The matching serial number is marked on the lower left rear of the receiver and on the bottom next to the trigger guard bow. The bottom of the magazine is marked "-.351 CAL-". Blade front and adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sights. Mounted with a smooth walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with a checkered steel buttplate and sling swivels. Complete with the original Winchester box numbered to gun.

Excellent. The rifle retains 98% original blue finish with a small ding on the muzzle and a few minor scratches on the receiver. The wood is also excellent with some light dings and handling marks. The markings are sharp. Mechanically excellent. The box is good showing some stains, a tape repair on one end of the lid, wear and a couple of tears.

Scarce Fantastic Nickel Plated Smith & Wesson Model 320 "Buntline Special" Revolving Rifle with Shou
Item number: 18188555 | Scarce Fantastic Nickel Plated Smith & Wesson Model 320 "Buntline Special" Revolving Rifle with Shoulder Stock, Scope and Factory Letter

Manufactured from 1879 to 1887, the Model 320 revolving rifle is one of the rarest Smith & Wesson firearms produced with a total production of 977 and only 85-90 feature nickel finish. These firearms were serial numbered from 1 to 977 and out of the 977 manufactured, 514 had the 18 inch barrel. Only 840 of these were sold in the U.S. and the remaining 137 were exported. This scarce and unusual revolving rifle was sometimes referred to as the Smith & Wesson "Buntline Special" in the combination of a long barreled revolver with attaching shoulder stock. This Model 320 was manufactured using the frame, cylinder and basic action of the New Model No. 3 revolver with some minor differences in the hammer and trigger, and with the barrel being made of two pieces. A slot is cut into the butt and a hole drilled in the back strap to accommodate the shoulder stock. The rifle features an 18 inch barrel with a globe front sight with cross hair aperture and a nickel plated 23 3/4 inch long tube scope with blue finished mounts. The rifle is chambered for the 320 Smith & Wesson cartridge. The top of the rib is marked with the two line address/patent dates. The matching serial number appears on the butt, cylinder, barrel and barrel latch. Nickel finish with casehardened hammer and trigger guard. The barrel is fitted with a checkered hard rubber red mottled forearm with the Smith &Wesson monogram on the underside. The grips are matching with Smith & Wesson monograms in a circle at the tops. The shoulder stock features nickel plated attaching iron and a checkered hard rubber buttplate with the Smith &Wesson monogram. A blue finished stock tang peep sight is included. Also with the revolving rifle is a set of reloading tools in a two piece green box with the "Directions for Using Smith & Wesson Revolving Rifle Reloading Tools" label on top of the box. The included Smith &Wesson factory letter states that the firearm was shipped on March 3, 1895 to J.P. Lovell & Son of Boston, MA. The letter confirms the 18 inch barrel and checkered mottled hard rubber grips and forearm. Although the factory records were incomplete as to not list the type of finish, the nickel plating on this example is factory original. Blue was the standard finish for Model 320s, making nickel finished examples even more scarce.

Excellent. The revolving rifle retains 97% original nickel finish with limited flaking. The forearm and grips are excellent showing a few minor handling marks with overall crisp checkering. The scope retains most of the original nickel finish and has clear optics. The hammer and trigger guard retain much of the original case colors. The stock is excellent showing some minor handling marks and the attaching iron retaining 97% original nickel finish. Mechanically excellent. Accessories are excellent. A phenomenal and equally rare nickel plated 18 inch Smith and Wesson 320 rifle and probably the only known specimen with a period scope.

Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188313 | Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle

This Third Model 1873 rifle has the integral dust cover rail and was manufactured in 1900. The rifle features a full length magazine, blade front sight and folding ladder rear sight. The top barrel flat has the two line address/patent marking and "38 CAL" with the upper tang marked "MODEL 1873" and cartridge elevator marked "38 CAL" (faint). Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with forend cap and crescent buttplate with compartment (cleaning rod not included).

Good. The rifle has a smooth brown-gray patina. The revarnished wood is fair with a hairline crack near the upper tang, a couple gouges and a number of minor handling marks with much of the varnish remaining. Mechanically fine.

Factory Documented Spectacular and Extremely Rare Gustave Young Factory Engraved Smith & Wesson Mode
Item number: 18188556 | Factory Documented Spectacular and Extremely Rare Gustave Young Factory Engraved Smith & Wesson Model 320 "Buntline Special" Revolving Rifle with Shoulder Stock and Case

It is with great pleasure we at Rock Island Auction Company offer for sale this phenomenal S&W 320 Revolving Rifle. This gun has served as the centerpiece to four world class Smith & Wesson collections: The Mac McCroskie Collection, The Gary Garbrecht Collection (sold 2005), The Kevin Hogan Collection (sold 2007) writer of this description, and The Dr. Don Anderson Collection. Manufactured from 1879 to 1887, the Model 320 Revolving Rifle is one of the rarest Smith & Wesson firearms produced with a total production of 977. These firearms were serial numbered from 1 to 977 and out of the 977 manufactured, 514 had the 18 inch barrel. Only 840 of these were sold in the U.S. and the remaining 137 were exported. These revolving rifles were sometimes referred to as the Smith & Wesson "Buntline Special" in the combination of a long barreled revolver with attaching shoulder stock. This Model 320 was manufactured using the frame, cylinder and basic action of the New Model No. 3 revolver with some minor differences in the hammer and trigger, with the barrel being made of two pieces. A slot is cut into the butt and a hole drilled in the back strap to accommodate the shoulder stock. The rifle features an 18 inch barrel with a globe front sight with cross hair aperture and two leaf folding rear sight on a rib marked with the two line address/patent date marking ahead of the rear sight and a scroll and punch dot engraving behind the rear sight which extends to the breech. As aforementioned this gun was apart of the iconic collection of Gary Garbrecht sold on the east coast in the fall of 2005. At the time this rifle was originally sold it was accompanied by a factory letter which has subsequently been misplaced and no longer accompanies this rifle. The writer has reached out to Mr. Roy Jinks, the respected Smith & Wesson historian and asked that a duplicated letter be researched and written so that the history of this rare and important rifle is not lost to the ages. Quoting the previously letter which "confirms configuration and attributes the engraving to the master Mr. Gustave Young." Further, it states "this rifle was engraved at the time the factory was preparing a group of firearms to be sent to the World Exhibition being held in Melbourne, Australia." Lastly and probably most pertinent Mr. Jinks stated: "Based on my research only one other engraved revolving rifle is known and it has been refinished." Let it be known that upon further examination it is my humble opinion that this revolving rifle has been period factory refinished. Based on the information given on this revolving rifle from the original factory letter one can conclude that this rifle was made for exhibition to be displayed by Smith & Wesson at the Melbourne International Exhibition of 1880. Given the serial number this would fit that time frame, it would have been a new product and what better place to show it off than at the World's Fair. Not to mention the quality of Mr. Young's work is certainly exhibition worthy. Similar to the practices of other well known firearms manufactures known for large exhibition displays, in particular Winchester, most rifles and carbines not sold were returned to the factory to be restored, and would often times be a part of the next grand display which is what I surmise is the case with this particular revolving rifle. Either it was shot and not cleaned or even if 5% of the Fair's visitors stopped to drool or picked up this rifle it would have been handled by 50,000 individuals! After the fair the gun was returned to the factory and restored to like new condition as was the practice for other exhibition guns of the period. While it is unknown exactly when S&W began applying markings such as the * (See Jink and Neal "Smith & Wesson 1857-1945 which states the * did not appear in a factory catalog until 1900), this gun would no doubt predate those practices. The rear sides of the barrel and barrel lug also feature the engraved scrollwork. The beautifully executed scroll and punch dot engraved motif covers the sides of the frame to extend to the top and sides of the top strap, the area around and behind the hammer and on the back strap. The cylinder chambers are also engraved with the same scroll pattern. The matching serial number appears on the butt, cylinder, barrel and barrel latch. Blue finish with casehardened hammer and trigger guard. The barrel is fitted with a checkered hard rubber red mottled forearm with the S&W monogram on the underside. The grips are matching with S&W monograms in a circle at the tops. The stock is smooth Circassian walnut with blue finished attaching iron and a checkered black hard rubber buttplate with S&W monogram. more...

Engraved Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle
Item number: 18188314 | Engraved Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Manufactured in 1958. Standard Winchester markings with a custom scroll and punch dot engraved pattern on the receiver sides. Dovetail front sight and elevation adjustable rear sight. Mounted with a smooth forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate.

Very fine as custom embellished. The rifle retains 97% of the blue finish showing some minor thinning. The wood is fine with some minor pressure dents and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Colt Model 1849 Percussion Pocket Revolver
Item number: 18188557 | Colt Model 1849 Percussion Pocket Revolver

Manufactured in 1866. The top barrel flat has the one line New York address, "COLTS/PATENT" on the left side of the frame, "31 CAL" on the left side of the trigger guard and the stagecoach holdup scene is rolled engraved on the cylinder. Matching numbers appear on the frame, barrel, grip straps, cylinder and barrel wedge. Fitted with a varnished one piece grip. Blue finish with casehardened frame, hammer and loading lever and silver plated grip straps.

Very fine. The barrel and cylinder retains 80% original blue finish showing some thinning to a brown. Most of the cylinder scene remains. The loading lever, hammer and frame retain 40% of the original case colors which is contained in the protected areas. The grip straps retain heavy amounts of original silver plating around the trigger guard and top of the back strap with the exposed brass having an aged patina. Mechanically fine.

Winchester Model 71 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188315 | Winchester Model 71 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1941 this is an excellent example of a Winchester Model 71 lever action rifle. Winchester manufactured approximately 47,000 from 1935 to 1957. The left rear of the barrel is marked with the standard Winchester proof steel, model, trade mark and caliber information and the two-line address is on the right rear. The top of the barrel and receiver at the breech are marked with the Winchester oval proof. Hooded ramped blade front and adjustable sporting rear sights, all blue finish, half magazine tube with a sling swivel eye mounted on the tube and mounted with a smooth walnut semi beaver tail forearm and pistol grip stock with a sling swivel stud and vented Hawkins recoil pad.

Very fine. The rifle retains 95% original blue finish with some wear on the muzzle end of the barrel, some edge wear and some thinning to a smooth gray patina on the lever. The wood is fine with some finish loss and crazing around the rear edge of the stock (where the non-factory recoil pad was installed) and a number of small pressure dents on the right side of the forearm. The markings are crisp and clear. The action is excellent.

Civil War Martially Inspected Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver
Item number: 18188558 | Civil War Martially Inspected Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

Manufactured in 1863. The top of the barrel is stamped "-ADDRESS COL SAML COLT NEW-YORK U.S. AMERICA-" and above the barrel wedge is marked with the letters "DD" on the left side. The three screw frame is cut for a stock and is marked "COLTS/PATENT" on the left side. The cylinder has the Texas Navy scene and the letters "D" and "D". The grip straps are stamped with the letter "H". Matching numbers are on the barrel, cylinder, arbor pin, barrel wedge and grip straps. The grip has a cartouche (very faint) stamped on each side.

Good. The revolver has an even smooth, crisp dark brown patina. Some minor pitting is present (mostly on the cylinder). Much of the cylinder scene remains. The grip is good with a chip missing near the bottom (left side), a series of pressure dents on the bottom and some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Winchester Model 88 Lever Action Carbine with Scope
Item number: 18188316 | Winchester Model 88 Lever Action Carbine with Scope

Manufactured in 1968. Hooded ramp front sight, adjustable folding rear sight and Bushnell Banner II 3x-9x scope on Weaver scope mounts. Standard markings with a smooth pistol grip stock with sling and plastic checkered buttplate.

Excellent. The carbine retains 99% plus original blue finish with a few light handling marks. The stock is also excellent with some scattered minor handling marks. Mechanically excellent. The scope has clear optics.

Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver
Item number: 18188559 | Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

Manufactured in 1862 with a four screw frame cut for a shoulder stock. The top of the barrel has the one line New York address, the left side of the frame is marked "COLTS/PATENT", and the cylinder is marked "COLTS PATENT No 5810". Small inspector letters are present on most of the major components. Matching numbers on cylinder, barrel, frame, and grip straps. Fitted with a one-piece grip which has a period added Morgan silver dollar coin on the left side.

About good, showing mostly a brown patina. The trigger guard is cracked a the front screw. Traces of the cylinder scene remain. The grip is good with a few missing minor chips, a minor crack below the inset coin, a series of minor pressure dents on the bottom and "E.M.C.C." hand carved on the right side. Mechanically fine.

Winchester Model 64 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188317 | Winchester Model 64 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in the 1940s. Hooded ramp front sight, elevation adjustable rear sight, Winchester factory proof on the barrel and receiver and smooth forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate.

Very fine. The rifle retains 85% original blue finish with a smooth gray patina on the balance. The refinished wood is fine with a minor repaired chip near the upper tang, a few minor handling marks and a hole near the stock toe from a now removed sling swivel stud. Mechanically excellent.

Vintage Winchester Boxed Rifle Ammunition
Item number: 18188318 | Vintage Winchester Boxed Rifle Ammunition

1) Winchester Silvertip .348 Win., all 20 cartridges have the "SUPER SPEED 348 WIN" head stamp. 2) Winchester Super X Silvertip ,348 Win., all 20 cartridges have the "SUPER SPEED 348 WIN" head stamp. 3) Winchester .33 Win., all 20 cartridges have the "WRA 33 WIN" head stamp. 4) Winchester .25-35 Win., all 20 cartridges have the "SUPER SPEED 25-35 WIN" head stamp. 5) Winchester .32 Win. Special, all cartridges (14 of the 20 included) have the "SUPER SPEED 32 W.S." head stamp. 6) Winchester .25-35 Win., all 20 cartridges have the "SUPER SPEED 25-35 WIN" head stamp.

Overall boxes are fine showing some wear and clear printing with #5 having some tape repairs.

Winchester Model 71 Deluxe Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188319 | Winchester Model 71 Deluxe Lever Action Rifle

This example was manufactured in 1953. The front sight is a hooded beaded blade on a stippled ramp, there is a blank installed in the rear sight dovetail and there is a Lyman 56 rear peep sight installed on the left side of the receiver. Mounted on a diamond pattern checkered walnut semi-beavertail forearm and pistol grip stock with plastic grip cap and checkered steel buttplate.

Very fine, 90% of the slightly faded original blue finish remains with scattered scratches, wear and some minor oxidation. The peep sight was added later. The refinished wood is also very good with some scattered dings and scratches. Stiff but mechanically fine.

Factory Engraved Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver
Item number: 18188560 | Factory Engraved Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver

Manufactured in 1860. The breech end of the replacement barrel is engraved with a floral scroll design with a punch dot background and a man's face amid the scroll on the left side and the top flat is marked "-ADDRESS SAML COLT HARTFORD CT-" with a scallop border and the left side of the frame is engraved "COLTS/PATENT". The frame, back strap and trigger guard are engraved with a similar floral scroll design with a punch dot background. The hammer is decorated with a wolf's head. The cylinder is roll engraved with the Texas naval battle scene and marked "COLTS PATENT No. 99407". The renumbered barrel assembly is numbered "?6508", "96508" is marked on the frame, trigger guard and back strap, "6508" on the loading lever, "650" is visible on the cylinder pin and the wedge in un-numbered". There is a punch dot below the serial number on the frame and trigger guard designating engraving or special finish at the factory. Fitted with a smooth one-piece walnut grip.

Good as assembled (renumbered barrel assembly, see above). The metal surfaces have a smooth gray patina with some pitting on the cylinder. There is strong traces of aged darkened silver plating in protected areas of the trigger guard and on the top of the back strap. The mismatched cylinder scene is faint. The grip is good with most of the original varnish remaining and showing some wear on the lower edges and some minor handling marks. The markings and engraving are clear. The action is fine.

Winchester Deluxe Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188561 | Winchester Deluxe Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1910. Lyman blade front and adjustable sporting rear sights. The upper left barrel flat is marked with the two line address and 1884 patent date ahead of the rear sight and "25-20 W.C.F." at the breech. The Winchester oval proof is marked on the top barrel flat and receiver at the breech. Three line model/maker/trade mark marking on the upper tang and the serial number is on the bottom of the receiver. Full length magazine tube, blue finish with casehardened hammer and lever, and mounted with a multi-point checkered fancy grain walnut forearm and deluxe straight grip checkered stock with a steel crescent buttplate.

Fine. The metal surfaces have a mix of smooth gray patina and thin original blue finish. The hammer and lever have a smooth gray patina. The wood is good with most of the original varnish remaining showing a dark area on top of the comb, flaked varnish, and some minor dents and scratches. The markings remain crisp and clear. The action is fine.

First Year Production Colt Model 1849 Pocket London Percussion Revolver
Item number: 18188562 | First Year Production Colt Model 1849 Pocket London Percussion Revolver

Manufactured in 1853, the first year of production for Model 1849 revolvers at the Colt London Armory. The top barrel flat is marked "ADDRESS COL: COLT/LONDON" flanked by finials and the left side of the frame is marked "COLTS/PATENT." British proofs alternate between the cylinder chambers and the cylinder has the stagecoach hold-up scene with the "COLTS PATENT" marking. The serial number along with the letter "X" appears on the barrel, cylinder, loading lever, frame and grip straps with the serial number (without "X") on the barrel wedge and cylinder pin. Silver plated brass grip straps and one-piece walnut grip.

Very good. The revolver has a smooth brown-gray patina with limited light pitting. The cylinder retains much of the scene. The grip straps have an attractive aged brass patina with traces of original silver plating on the trigger guard. The refinished grip is fine with a few pressure dents on the bottom and a couple small repaired chips. Mechanically fine.

Winchester Model 71 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188320 | Winchester Model 71 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1954 this is an excellent example of a Winchester Model 71 lever action rifle. Winchester manufactured approximately 47,000 from 1935 to 1957. The left rear of the barrel is marked with the standard address, trademark, model and caliber information. The top of the barrel and receiver at the breech are marked with the Winchester oval proof. Hooded ramped blade front and adjustable sporting rear sights, all blue finish, half magazine tube and mounted with a smooth walnut semi-beavertail forearm and pistol grip stock with a checkered steel shotgun buttplate.

Excellent. The rifle retains 98% original blue finish with some normal usage wear on the hammer and trigger, and a few light scratches and minor handling marks. The loading gate is a mix of thin original blue finish and smooth gray patina. The wood is also excellent with nearly all of the original varnish remaining, and showing a few minor dents and handling marks. The markings remain crisp and clear. The action is excellent.

U.S. Marked Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Serial Number 18 Revolver
Item number: 18188563 | U.S. Marked Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Serial Number 18 Revolver

The top of the barrel has the one line New York address and the barrel has an aftermarket German silver blade front sight. The cylinder has the Navy battle scene, the "COLTS PATENT No." marking followed by the number "18" and the letters "T" and "K" at the rear. The left side of the frame is marked "COLTS/PATENT/U.S." The number "18" is stamped on the brass trigger guard, brass back strap and cylinder. The frame, barrel, barrel wedge and loading lever are not numbered (barrel serial number has been ground off). The back strap has the letter "C" and the trigger guard has the letter "K". Fitted with an unmarked one-piece smooth walnut grip. Collectors usually agree that this gun was marketed by Stokes-Kink from surplus parts acquired from the U.S. Government.

Very good as partially refinished (barrel) and assembled (see above). The barrel retains traces of blue finish in and around the protected areas with an artificial dark patina on the balance. The loading lever, frame and hammer retain 30% original case colors. The cylinder has a smooth gray patina with most of the Navy battle scene remaining. The brass grip straps have a bright appearance. The slightly undersized grip is very good with a couple missing small chips at the bottom and some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Winchester Deluxe Model 55 Takedown Lever Action Rifle in Scarce 25-35 WCF Caliber
Item number: 18188321 | Winchester Deluxe Model 55 Takedown Lever Action Rifle in Scarce 25-35 WCF Caliber

Manufactured in 1927. Standard markings including the Winchester oval proof on top of the barrel and receiver at the breech. Lyman blade front sight, elevation adjustable rear sight and tang peep sight. Takedown frame with half-length magazine and checkered forearm and pistol grip stock featuring a hard rubber Winchester grip cap and checkered steel buttplate.

Very fine as professionally restored. The rifle retains 99% plus of the blue finish with a few minor handling marks. The wood has an extremely minor hairline crack on the underside of the forearm and near the upper tang with very limited minor handling marks. The checkering is crisp. Mechanically excellent.

Colt Model 1862 Pocket Navy Percussion Revolver
Item number: 18188564 | Colt Model 1862 Pocket Navy Percussion Revolver

Manufactured in 1861. The barrel is marked with the one-line New York U.S. America address, the left side of the frame has "COLTS/PATENT" and the left side of the trigger guard is marked "36 CAL". The cylinder has the stagecoach hold-up scene. Barrel wedge and loading lever are unmarked. Matching numbers (complete and partial) are found on the barrel, grip straps and cylinder. Fitted with a one-piece varnished walnut grip.

Fine. The revolver has a smooth brown patina with the barrel retaining 30% original blue finish with traces of blue remaining on the cylinder. Some minor pitting is present. Most of the cylinder scene remains. The grip straps retain some traces of original silver plating in the protected areas with the exposed brass having an attractive mustard yellow patina. The grip is very fine with some scattered minor pressure dents and retaining most of the varnish. Mechanically fine.

Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine
Item number: 18188322 | Pre-64 Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

Manufactured in 1949. Hooded ramped blade front and adjustable buck horn rear sights. The left rear of the barrel has the standard markings and the top of the receiver and barrel at the breech are marked with the Winchester oval proof. All blue finish, full length magazine and mounted with a smooth walnut forearm and straight grip stock with checkered steel shotgun buttplate. Forward band is of the flat style.

Excellent. The carbine retains 98% original blue finish with some high edge wear and a couple of small spots of minor oxidation. The wood is also excellent with 99% original varnish remaining, and showing some minor dents and handling marks. The markings remain sharp. The action is excellent.

Civil War U.S. Martially Inspected Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver
Item number: 18188565 | Civil War U.S. Martially Inspected Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

Manufactured in 1862, with a 3-screw frame cut for a shoulder stock. The top of the barrel has the one-line New York U. S. America address flanked by dashes, "COLTS/PATENT" on the left side of the frame and the Texas naval battle scene on the rebated cylinder. Inspector initial "CC" is found on the left side of the barrel, "W" on the right barrel side, "C" and "W" on the cylinder and "H" on the grip straps. Matching numbers on the barrel, frame, grip straps and cylinder. The barrel wedge is numbered to another gun (1808). The grip has a boxed cartouche (faint) on both lower sides. The Colt Model 1860 Army revolver was the primary handgun issued to the Federal cavalry during the Civil War and remained the primary cavalry handgun until the Model 1873 Cavalry revolver was issued to the regular cavalry regiments in 1874.

Fine. The revolver retains 20% plus original blue finish (mostly on the barrel) and traces of original case colors in the protected areas with the balance a mottled gray patina. A small area of minor pitting is present at the muzzle (left side). The trigger guard has an aged patina. Most of the cylinder scene remains. The grip is very good with a small chip missing near the bottom (left side), some wear along the bottom edge and a small deep gouge (right side). Mechanically fine.

First Year Production Winchester Model 53 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188323 | First Year Production Winchester Model 53 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1924, the first year of production. Only about 15,100 were manufactured according to Winchester's online records. The 32-20 WCF caliber is slightly scarce. Has a Lyman beaded blade front sight and an elevation adjustable rear sight. The receiver ring and breech end of the barrel are stamped with the "W/P" proofmark. Mounted on a smooth walnut forearm and straight grip stock with a serrated buttstock.

Fine as partially refinished, 60% of the original blue finish remains with a brown patina on the forearm cap and receiver. The refinished wood is also very good with scattered dings and scratches. Mechanically fine.

Colt Model 1860 Army Richards Conversion Revolver
Item number: 18188566 | Colt Model 1860 Army Richards Conversion Revolver

This is an example of a Richards Conversion Colt Model 1860 Army revolver. Total production is estimated at approximately 9,000 Model 1860 Army Revolvers that were ever converted. These revolvers were converted by shaving the recoil shield 3/16 of an inch and installing a Richards breech plate with integral notch sight and loading gate. The recoil shield was machined to provide a straight channel for the loading and ejecting of cartridges. Secondly it called for a rebounding firing pin which in turn forced the hammer to be ground flat in order to strike it properly. The barrel then had to be machined to accept the Richards ejector assembly/loading lever channel filler that is secured with a screw on the left side of the barrel lug. The top of the barrel is marked with the one line address, the rebated cylinder has the standard roll-engraved Texas Navy battle scene, is marked: "COLT'S PATENT No.4286" The left side of the frame is marked "COLTS/PATENT" and "44 CAL." is stamped on the upper left front of the trigger guard bow. The loading gate is numbered "28". The matching serial number is marked on the barrel, frame, trigger guard and back strap. Fitted with a smooth one-piece walnut grip.

Good as partially refinished. There is some cold blue (50%) present on the barrel, cylinder, ejector housing and frame. The trigger guard and back strap retain 95% silver plating with an aged patina on the exposed brass. The grip is good with most of the varnish remaining and showing some wear on the lower edges, and some minor dents and dings. The cylinder scene is 95% visible and the markings are clear. The action is excellent.

Antique Winchester Model 1885 High Wall Rifle Chambered in Scarce 38 WCF
Item number: 18188324 | Antique Winchester Model 1885 High Wall Rifle Chambered in Scarce 38 WCF

Manufactured in 1899. The top flat of the number 3 barrel is marked the two line address ahead of the rear sight and "38 W.C.F." at the breech and is fitted with a blade front sight and an elevation adjustable rear sight. The lower tang has the patent date and the serial number. Straight grip stock with a crescent buttplate and forearm with an ebony tip inlay.

Good. The rifle has a mottled brown-gray patina with some very scattered minor spotting. The upper tang has a replacement screw and a filled hole. The wood is fine with a small hairline crack near the upper tang, a large surface chip missing from the forearm and some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Civil War Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver
Item number: 18188567 | Civil War Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

Manufactured in 1863 with a four screw frame cut for a shoulder stock. The top of the barrel has the one line New York address flanked by dashes, the left side of the frame is marked "COLTS/PATENT", and the cylinder has the Navy battle scene and the restamped number "2741". Small inspector letters are present on most of the major components. Matching numbers are found on the barrel, frame, grip straps, cylinder, wedge and arbor pin. Blue with casehardened frame and fitted with a smooth one piece grip.

Good as partially refinished/remarked (cylinder renumbered). The revolver retains 40% original blue finish with the balance a smooth brown patina. The loading lever retains 70% darkened original case colors. Barrel address has been re-cut. Much of the cylinder scene remains. The brass trigger guard has an even patina. The grip is very fine with a small chip missing near the bottom, a series of circular pressure dents on the bottom and a few minor handling marks overall. Mechanically fine.

Winchester Model 64 Deluxe Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188325 | Winchester Model 64 Deluxe Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1933. Beaded blade ramp front sight (without hood) and elevation adjustable rear sight. Standard Winchester markings including the factory proof. Multi-point checkered forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate.

Very fine as partially refinished (cold blue on receiver). The rifle retains 95% original blue finish showing areas of patina on the receiver and an area of light spotting on the barrel. The wood is excellent with some scattered minor handling marks. Checkering (custom applied) is crisp overall. Mechanically excellent.

Extremely Early Production Colt Model 1862 Police Percussion Revolver with Two Digit Serial Number
Item number: 18188568 | Extremely Early Production Colt Model 1862 Police Percussion Revolver with Two Digit Serial Number

Manufactured in 1861, the first year production, with serial number 50. The serial number "50" is marked on the cylinder, barrel, frame, grip straps, wedge and cylinder pin. The left side of the trigger guard is marked with the letters "G" and "S" and the left side of the frame is stamped "COLTS/PATENT". The top of the barrel has the one line Hartford address. Fluted cylinder with the patent date marking, brass grip straps and fitted with a smooth walnut grip.

Very good as refinished. The revolver retains traces of blue finish with a smooth artificial patina on the balance. Some light pitting is present (mostly on the barrel). The grip straps retain 20% silver plating with the exposed brass having an even patina. The grip is fine with worn edges and a few minor handling marks.

Winchester Model 64 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188326 | Winchester Model 64 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured circa 1947. Hooded ramp front sight, filler block in the rear sight slot and and Lyman receiver sight. Standard Winchester markings including the factory proof on the barrel and receiver. Smooth forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate.

Excellent. The rifle retains 98% plus original blue finish showing some high edge wear on the buttplate. The wood is also excellent with some scattered minor handling marks and retaining most of the finish. Mechanically excellent.

U.S. Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver with Silver Plaque
Item number: 18188569 | U.S. Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver with Silver Plaque

Third Model, made in 1857. Pin front and hammer notch rear sights, with the one line New York address on top of the barrel and "COLTS/PATENT/U.S." on the left side of the frame. Matching numbers are present on the frame, grip straps, cylinder and barrel. Smooth single piece grips, with a "C" stamp on the left side of the butt and a 1 1/2 inch long silver oval on the right side, bearing a light border engraving and faded inscription.

Very good, showing a mixed gray patina overall, with traces of blue around the barrel wedge and on the cylinder. Some case colors are visible on the loading lever, with a brown/gray patina on the frame. Brass shows a mixed aged color overall, and the grips are also very good. Mechanically very good.

Master Engraver John Murphy Signed Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle with Scope
Item number: 18188327 | Master Engraver John Murphy Signed Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle with Scope

Manufactured in 1955 and engraved by renowned Master Engraver John Murphy. The receiver features a scroll engraving with a panel game scene on the left side (a squirrel in a tree). The top of the receiver has a line pattern engraving at the front and scrollwork at the rear. The receiver tang and trigger guard are also scroll engraved. The underside of the receiver is signed by the engraver and dated 1955. The 19 inch barrel has no provisions for a front sight. Weaver K6-1 scope on Weaver mounts, jewelled bolt and smooth forearm and pistol grip stock with lightly engraved forend cap and checkered buttplate. The consignor has provided copies of period magazine articles pertaining to Murphy's work.

Very fine as professionally embellished and barrel shortened. The rifle retains 99% plus of the blue finish with a few very scattered minor scratches. The wood is excellent with a few light handling marks. Mechanically excellent. The scope has clear optics.

Winchester Deluxe Model 71 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188328 | Winchester Deluxe Model 71 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1956. Standard Winchester markings, ramp front sight with provisions for a hood, rear sight slot with filler block and Lyman receiver sight. Checkered forearm and pistol grip stock with hard rubber factory grip cap, sling swivel studs and checkered steel buttplate.

Very fine. The rifle retains 97% original blue finish showing some patches of smooth gray patina and spotting on the receiver right side and with some very deep pitting and high edge wear present on the buttplate. A deep ding is present on the barrel near the breech. The wood is fine with a series of shallow gouges on the forearm and some minor scratches. Overall the checkering is crisp. Mechanically excellent.

Excellent Winchester Model 52C Bolt Action Target Rifle
Item number: 18188329 | Excellent Winchester Model 52C Bolt Action Target Rifle

Manufactured in 1959. Globe front sight, two drilled and tapped holes at the breech and 7 3/4 inches ahead of the breech and top of receiver has scope mount bases with the left rear having a Redfield receiver peep sight. Vibration free trigger mechanism, "W" marked magazine and smooth pistol grip stock with palm rest, checkered steel buttplate and sling swivels.

Excellent. The rifle retains 98% original blue finish with loss limited to some thinning on the bolt handle. The stock is also excellent with a few minor dings and handling marks. The foam covering on the palm stop is deteriorating. The markings remain crisp and clear. The action is excellent.

Collector's Lot of Two Colt Model 1862 Navy Cartridge Conversion Revolvers -A) Colt Model 1862 Navy
Item number: 18188570 | Collector's Lot of Two Colt Model 1862 Navy Cartridge Conversion Revolvers -A) Colt Model 1862 Navy Cartridge Conversion 38 Rimfire Revolver


A) One line New York address on round barrel, two line patent date marking on left side of frame, "36 CAL" on left side of trigger guard and stagecoach hold up scene on the cylinder. Matching numbers on barrel, frame and grip straps. Fitted with a one piece grip.

Manufucture: Colt
Model: Pocket Navy Conversion
BBL: 4 1/2 inch round
Stock:
Guage: 38 RF
Finish: nickel
Grips: walnut
Serial Number: 7466

Condition: Fine. The revolver retains 60% original nickel finish with a smooth gray patina on the balance. The exposed brass has an attractive aged patina. Most of the cylinder scene remains. The revarnished grip is fine with a couple small chips missing from the bottom and a few minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

B) One line New York address on octagon barrel, two line patent date marking on left side of frame, "36 CAL" on left side of trigger guard and stagecoach hold up scene on the cylinder. Matching numbers on barrel, frame and grip straps. Fitted with a one piece grip.

Manufucture: Colt
Model: Pocket Navy Conversion
BBL: 4 1/2 inch octagon
Stock:
Guage: 38 CF
Finish: nickel
Grips: walnut
Serial Number: 1512

Condition: Fair. The revolver has a mottled brown-gray patina. Traces of cylinder scene remain. The brass has a smooth aged patina. The grip is fine with some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Rare and Desirable Winchester Model 62A Gallery Slide Action Rifle
Item number: 18188571 | Rare and Desirable Winchester Model 62A Gallery Slide Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1958. This is an example of a Model 62A Gallery Rifle chambered for .22 Short only, with a triangular feed cut in the magazine tube. It has dovetail front and adjustable rear sights. The left side of the receiver is factory roll engraved "WINCHESTER/TRADE MARK". The left side of the barrel has the Winchester legend consisting of the two line address followed by "-WINCHESTER-/-TRADE MARK-" and "-MODEL 62A-/22 SHORT-". The letter "A" behind the Model number occurred around serial number 98,000 and was due to a change in the breech bolt mechanism resulting in a name change from Model 62 to Model 62A. The matching serial number is marked on the lower tang and bottom front of the receiver. Mounted with a 17 grooved walnut forearm and smooth straight grip stock with a plastic checkered Winchester buttplate.

Excellent. The rifle retains 95% original blue finish with some smooth grayish patina on the tangs, the high edges, action bar and magazine tube. The barrel has some faint streaks of gray. The wood is fine with some minor dings and scratches. The markings are crisp and clear. Mechanically excellent.

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188572 | Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1908 and subsequently returned to the factory. The left rear of the barrel is marked with the proof steel, Model 94, trade mark and caliber information, and Winchester oval proof is marked on top of the barrel and receiver at the breech. The upper tang is marked with the three line model, maker, trade mark marking and the serial number is on the bottom of the receiver. Dovetailed blade front and adjustable buck horn sporting rear sight and full length tube magazine. Mounted with a smooth walnut forearm with a steel end cap and straight grip stock with a crescent buttplate.

Very fine as factory refinished/rebarreled. The rifle retains 90% original blue finish with some edge wear and areas thinning to a plum blue. There is a small amount of minor oxidation on the heel of the buttplate. The wood is fine with a number of small scratches, and some scattered minor dents and handling marks. The markings are crisp and clear. The action is fine.

Winchester Model 52B Bolt Action Target Rifle with Scope and Barrel Tuner
Item number: 18188330 | Winchester Model 52B Bolt Action Target Rifle with Scope and Barrel Tuner

Manufactured in 1949. Standard markings with a flattened and checkered bolt knob, Lyman Super Targetspot 20x scope attached to the barrel by the two rear scope blocks, set of Redfield type scope bases attached to the top of the receiver and Hoehn 4000 Plus barrel tuner mounted to the muzzle end of the barrel. Smooth pistol grip stock with accessory rail, palm rest socket, sling swivels and checkered steel buttplate. With an original Lyman scope box and screw on lens covers.

Refinished, 98% of the high quality blue finish remains with some scattered minor handling marks. Some of the markings are faint and the bolt knob has been modified. The stock is good as refinished and repaired with the palm rest socket and accessory rail added later. Mechanically excellent. The scope is excellent with some minor wear on the maintube and clear optics. The scope case is good.

Desirable Pre-War Winchester Model 61 Slide Action Rifle
Item number: 18188573 | Desirable Pre-War Winchester Model 61 Slide Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1934. Standard Winchester markings including the factory proof on top of the barrel and receiver at the breech. Dovetail front and sporting rear sights with 11 groove flat bottom walnut forearm and smooth pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate.

Excellent. The rifle retains 97% original blue finish showing moderate slide retraction wear on the magazine tube and rear sides of the barrel. The revarnished wood is very fine with a few very scattered minor handling marks. The markings are crisp and clear. Mechanically excellent.

Excellent Winchester Model 61 Slide Action Rifle
Item number: 18188331 | Excellent Winchester Model 61 Slide Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1958. Standard markings, top of the receiver grooved for scope mounting, 17 groove flat bottom forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate.

Excellent, 95% plus of the original blue finish remains with some cycling and high edge wear along with some scattered minor scratches. The wood is very good with scattered light dings and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Fine Late Production Winchester Model 90 Slide Action Rifle in .22 Short Caliber
Item number: 18188574 | Fine Late Production Winchester Model 90 Slide Action Rifle in .22 Short Caliber

This third model was manufactured in late 1919. This is one of the variations of model 1890 with the barrel stamping having a space between "MOD." and "90". Fitted with a 12 groove walnut forearm and straight grip stock with crescent steel buttplate.

Very fine with 85% plus of the original blue finish remains with high edge and cycling wear. There are some areas of light oxidation present on right upper receiver and trigger guard. The wood is also very fine with scattered dings and scratches. The rear top ejector screw is absent from the breechblock. Mechanically excellent.

Excellent Pre-World War II Production Winchester Model 52B Bolt Action Target Rifle
Item number: 18188332 | Excellent Pre-World War II Production Winchester Model 52B Bolt Action Target Rifle

Manufactured in 1941. Globe front sight with extended rear sun guard, receiver mounted Witteck micrometer adjustable sight in the top dovetail, and pair of scope blocks on the barrel. Smooth pistol grip stock, with a split external barrel band, combination hand stop and sling swivel on a 6-position mounting rail on the semi-beavertail forearm, and a checkered buttplate.

Excellent, with 98% of the original blue finish, showing some light handling marks overall. The stock is excellent, with a few minor dents. Mechanically excellent.

Excellent Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle
Item number: 18188575 | Excellent Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Manufactured in 1946 with dovetail front and elevation adjustable rear sight. Standard markings including the factory proof on the barrel and receiver at the breech. Smooth forearm and pistol grip stock with smooth buttplate.

Excellent. The rifle retains 98% original blue finish with some loss at the muzzle and a few minor handling marks. The wood is very fine with a hairline crack behind the upper tang and few minor handling marks. Mechanically excellent.

Collector's Lot of Two Pre-World War II Winchester Rifles -A) Winchester Model 54 Bolt Action Rifle
Item number: 18188333 | Collector's Lot of Two Pre-World War II Winchester Rifles -A) Winchester Model 54 Bolt Action Rifle


A) Manufactured in 1935. Hooded beaded blade front sight on a stippled ramp and elevation adjustable rear sight. Checkered pistol grip stock with sling swivels and checkered steel buttplate.

Manufucture: Winchester
Model: 54-Rifle
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 22 hornet
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 45966A

Condition: Partially refinished (floor plate and trigger guard), the barreled action retains 95% original blue finish with some high edge wear and some scattered scratches. The left side of the receiver and just in front of the barrel boss have been tapped for sight/scope mounting. The floor plate and trigger guard retain 98% blue finish with some minor pitting under the finish and some scratches. The stock is very good as refinished with some scattered minor scratches and dings. Mechanically fine.

B) Manufactured in 1936. Beaded blade front sight on a stippled ramp and elevation adjustable rear sight. Smooth forearm and pistol grip stock with a checkered steel buttplate.

Manufucture: Winchester
Model: 71
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 348 WCF
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 7125

Condition: Refinished, 98% of the blue finish remains with some scratches and minor pitting under the finish. The refinished wood is very good with a few scattered scratches, dings and a couple filled holes. Mechanically fine.

Outstanding Scarce Winchester Model 67 Bolt Action Junior Rifle with Original Box
Item number: 18188576 | Outstanding Scarce Winchester Model 67 Bolt Action Junior Rifle with Original Box

This model was manufactured from 1934 to 1963. These rifles were intended to be a boy's first rifle. Standard markings including the Winchester oval proof on top of the barrel at the breech. Blade front and adjustable rear sights. Mounted with a smooth one-piece walnut stock with a checkered hard rubber Winchester buttplate. Complete with original box, manual and original cardboard dividers.

Excellent. The rifle retains 99% plus original blue finish showing some very mild wear on the muzzle and light handling/storage marks. The stock is also excellent with a few minor scratches on the underside (caused by the barrel while in the box), and a couple of small minor dings on the bottom of the pistol grip. The markings are sharp. The box is fine with the exception of some tape damage and two separated corners on lid.

Excellent Winchester Model 52C Bolt Action Target Rifle with Scope
Item number: 18188334 | Excellent Winchester Model 52C Bolt Action Target Rifle with Scope

Manufactured in 1956. A Unertl BV-20 scope is installed with standard Unertl mounts with rear adjustment, with the barrel drilled and tapped for a front sight, standard markings, and the proper adjustable trigger. Smooth pistol grip stock with a forearm stop/sling mounting block on the underside of the beavertail forearm, sling swivels and a sharply checkered buttplate.

Excellent, with 98% of the original blue finish, showing some light handling marks overall. Stock is very good, with some scuffing of the varnish and minor dings. Optics are good, with the eye relief way too short for this application. Mechanically excellent.

Exceptional Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle with Original Box
Item number: 18188577 | Exceptional Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle with Original Box

This is an exceptional example of a late production Model 63 rifle manufactured in 1957. Standard Winchester markings including the Winchester oval proof on top of the barrel and receiver at the breech. Beaded dovetail blade front and adjustable sporting rear sights. Grooved receiver top and mounted with a smooth walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered buttplate. Comes with the original box correctly labeled and numbered to the gun, instructions, and "Time Payment Plan" and Model 63 hanging tags.

Near new with only slight handling/storage marks. The box is fair.

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine in 32-40 Caliber with Heiser Scabbard
Item number: 18188335 | Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine in 32-40 Caliber with Heiser Scabbard

Manufactured in 1908. Pinned blade front sight, ladder rear sight, half magazine and saddle ring staple with ring. The barrel has the two line address/patent marking and "32-40" on the left side. The factory proof is on the barrel and receiver. The upper tang has the three line model/trade mark information. Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with crescent buttplate. The leather scabbard has a Heiser marking with the number "432".

Very good. The barrel retains areas of faded original blue finish with the balance a smooth gray patina with the remaining metal surfaces having a bright appearance. The wood is fine with a missing minor chip on the forearm, some minor pressure dents and some surface chipping. Mechanically fine. The scabbard is very good showing flex wear and handling marks with overall tight stitching.

Desirable Winchester Model 62A Slide Action Gallery Rifle with "WINCHESTER" Receiver Stamping
Item number: 18188578 | Desirable Winchester Model 62A Slide Action Gallery Rifle with "WINCHESTER" Receiver Stamping

This example was manufactured in 1958. It has a beaded blade front sight and an elevation adjustable rear sight. The barrel has the standard marking with the "22 SHORT" caliber marking. The magazine tube has the distinctive triangular "gallery style" loading port. The left side of the receiver is stamped "WINCHESTER/TRADE MARK". Mounted on a 17 groove flat bottom walnut forearm and straight grip stock with checkered plastic buttplate.

Fine. Partially refinished top of barrel, the balance barrel retains 95% of the original blue finish with some finish wear with a brown patina between the rear sight and receiver along with 6 non-factory tapped holes. The receiver retains 98% of the high quality blue finish with some high edge and cycling wear along with vise marks present on lower front. The wood is very good with one large ding on the forearm and scattered minor dings and scratches on the buttstock. Mechanically fine.

Winchester Deluxe Model 71 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188336 | Winchester Deluxe Model 71 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1956. Standard Winchester markings including the factory proof on the barrel and receiver. Ramp front sight with provisions for a hood, elevation adjustable rear sight and left side of receiver tapped for a sight. Checkered forearm and pistol grip stock with metal grip cap, leather sling and checkered steel buttplate.

Excellent. The rifle retains 97% original blue finish with some mild high edge wear and a couple patches of smooth gray. Some light spotting is present on the buttplate. The refinished wood is very good with a crack in the grip area, some minor handling marks and a few blemishes in the overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Winchester Model 1906 Slide Action Expert Rifle
Item number: 18188579 | Winchester Model 1906 Slide Action Expert Rifle

Manufactured in 1919. Patridge blade front sight and screw adjustable rear sight on the blue barrel with standard address, patent, and caliber markings. Takedown nickeled action with matching numbers. Mounted with a smooth gumwood forearm and pistol grip stock with a black checkered hard rubber Winchester buttplate.

Fine. The barrel and magazine have a smooth brown patina with traces of the original blue finish in protected areas. 90% of the original nickel finish is present on the frame with some mild flaking and spotting. The wood is very good, with cracking at the wrist and butt, and scattered dings and scratches. The markings are clear and crisp. Mechanically excellent.

Winchester Model 71 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188337 | Winchester Model 71 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1955. Ramped beaded blade front sight with provisions for a hood, replacement folding leaf sight and Lyman receiver sight. Winchester oval proof only on top of the receiver at the breech. Smooth forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate.

Excellent. The rifle retains 97% plus original blue finish with high edge wear on the buttplate and a series of scratches on the left side of the receiver. The wood is also excellent with a few minor handling marks and retaining most of the finish. Mechanically excellent.

Winchester Model 07 Self-Loading Rifle
Item number: 18188338 | Winchester Model 07 Self-Loading Rifle

Manufactured from 1907 to 1957. Standard Winchester markings including factory proof on barrel and receiver at the breech. Blade front and elevation adjustable rear sights and smooth pistol grip stock with sling swivels and checkered steel buttplate. The rifle has an extended magazine.

Excellent. The rifle retains 98% original blue finish with some minor high edge wear on the buttplate and some minor handling marks. The wood is also excellent with some minor handling marks and retaining most of the finish with a rough area in the finish on the forearm. Mechanically excellent.

Excellent Winchester Model 52B Bolt Action Target Rifle
Item number: 18188339 | Excellent Winchester Model 52B Bolt Action Target Rifle

Manufactured in 1946. A mounting block is installed in the front sight dovetail, with a pair of scope blocks further back on the barrel and standard markings overall. Smooth pistol grip stock with a mounting rail on the underside of the beavertail forearm, sling swivels and a checkered steel buttplate.

Excellent, with 98% of the original blue finish, showing mild handling marks overall. Stock is excellent, with minor pressure dents. Mechanically excellent.

Excellent Winchester Model 61 Slide Action Rifle
Item number: 18188580 | Excellent Winchester Model 61 Slide Action Rifle

Manufactured circa 1955 with the standard markings and features. Has a beaded blade front sight and an elevation adjustable rear sight. Mounted on a 17 groove flat bottom walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate.

Very fine, 98% of the original blue finish remains with some cycling wear and a few nicks and spots of freckling on the forward sides of receiver. The refinished wood is also very fine with a few scattered minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Winchester Model 62A Slide Action Rifle
Item number: 18188581 | Winchester Model 62A Slide Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1952. Standard Winchester markings including the factory proof on the barrel and receiver, dovetail front and elevation adjustable rear sights and 17 groove flat bottom forearm and straight grip stock with checkered plastic factory buttplate.

Very fine. The rifle retains 97% original blue finish showing some mild high edge wear and some minor forearm wear. The wood is very fine with an exception of a hairline crack near the upper tang and some very scattered minor handling marks. Mechanically excellent.

Desirable Pre-World War II Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in Rare 250-3000 Savage
Item number: 18188582 | Desirable Pre-World War II Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in Rare 250-3000 Savage

Manufactured in 1937 in the rare 250-3000 Savage caliber. Winchester introduced the 250-3000 Savage caliber in 1937 to its line of Model 70s before discontinuing the caliber in 1949. As Model 70 expert and author Dean Whitaker has noted, that of the approximately 135,000 units manufactured during the first thirteen years of Model 70 production, 250-3000 Savage chambered variations make up an "extremely small percentage." The barrel features a ramp front sight with provisions for a hood and a filler block in the rear sight dovetail slot with the rear barrel section tapped (4 holes) for scope/sight mounting. A Griffin & Howe scope mount has been added to the left side of the receiver. Standard markings including Winchester proof on the barrel and receiver. Polished bolt numbered to gun, pre-war safety (top has been shortened), cloverleaf receiver tang and leather sling. Checkered straight comb pistol stock with checkered steel buttplate.

Very fine as partially refinished (cold blue on trigger guard). The rifle retains 85% original blue finish with some minor loss at the muzzle and a smooth brown patina on the floor plate and trigger guard. The buttplate is a smooth gray patina with minor pitting. The stock is fine with some minor handling marks and some wear in the overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Winchester Model 1903 Semi-Automatic Rifle
Item number: 18188340 | Winchester Model 1903 Semi-Automatic Rifle

Manufactured in 1911. The barrel has the two-line address/patent dates ahead of the rear sight with model/caliber marking on the left side at the breech. Winchester factory oval proof on the barrel and receiver, blade front and adjustable notch rear sights and smooth forearm and straight grip stock with crescent buttplate.

Excellent. The rifle retains 95% original blue finish showing some thinning to a brown and a few patches of minor spotting. The wood is excellent with a few minor handling marks. Mechanically excellent.

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine in Desirable 38-55 WCF
Item number: 18188583 | Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine in Desirable 38-55 WCF

Manufactured in 1920. Pinned blade front sight (replacement), ladder rear sight, two barrel bands, saddle ring staple with ring on the left receiver side and full length magazine. Barrel has the two line address/patent marking, two line nickel steel marking and "38-55", all on the left side. The receiver and barrel have the Winchester factory proof. Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with carbine buttplate.

Fine as partially refinished (barrel and magazine). The barrel and magazine retain 95% of the blue finish showing some thinning to a gray. The remaining metal surfaces show traces of original blue finish in the protected areas, otherwise a smooth gray patina. The wood is fine with a long scuff mark on the buttstock (left side) and some minor handling marks overall. Mechanically excellent.

Collector's Lot of Two Winchester Slide Action Rifles -A) Desirable Winchester Model 1890 Slide Acti
Item number: 18188341 | Collector's Lot of Two Winchester Slide Action Rifles -A) Desirable Winchester Model 1890 Slide Action Rifle with Casehardened Frame


A) The included Cody Museum records office verification confirms the caliber and states that the serial number was applied on April 20, 1900 and was shipped on May 28, 1900. Standard markings, beaded blade front and elevation adjustable rear sights, casehardened action, 12 groove rounded forearm and straight grip stock with crescent buttplate.

Manufucture: Winchester
Model: 1890-Rifle
BBL: 24 inch octagon
Stock: walnut
Guage: 22 WRF
Finish: blue/casehardened
Grips:
Serial Number: 85219

Condition: Fine. The barrel, magazine and bolt retain 50% original blue finish thinning to a brown. The receiver retains traces of vivid original case colors in protected areas with an area of minor pitting (left side). The wood is fine with a number of minor pressure dents and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

B) Manufactured in 1958. Standard markings, dovetail blade front and elevation adjustable rear sights, 17 groove flat bottom forearm and straight grip stock with checkered factory plastic buttplate.

Manufucture: Winchester
Model: 62A
BBL: 23 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 22 SL LR
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 402482

Condition: Very fine. The rifle retains 80% plus original blue finish with a smooth gray patina on the balance. "EM" is hand marked on the lower tang. The wood is very fine with some minor pressure dents and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Carbine in 270 W.C.F.
Item number: 18188584 | Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Carbine in 270 W.C.F.

Manufactured in 1946 during the transition period (late 1945 to 1951). Hooded ramp front sight, filler block in the rear sight dovetail slot and Lyman receiver sight (stock inletted to accommodate the sight). Standard Winchester markings including the factory proof on the receiver and barrel. Pre-war safety, polished bolt, polished bolt numbered to the gun and sling swivels. Checkered straight comb pistol grip stock with a checkered steel buttplate.

Very fine. The carbine retains 85% plus original blue finish with the balance a smooth gray patina (mostly on the buttplate). The refinished stock is very fine with a few very scattered mild handling marks and overall crisp re-cut checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Boxed Weatherby Mark V Lazermark Bolt Action Rifle in 300 Weatherby Magnum
Item number: 18188100 | Boxed Weatherby Mark V Lazermark Bolt Action Rifle in 300 Weatherby Magnum

Manufactured in the USA with standard markings and without sights. The receiver is tapped for scope mounts with a polished fluted bolt and follower. Monte Carlo style laser carved pattern pistol grip stock with a contrasting forend tip and grip cap with a diamond insert. Raised comb, cheekpiece, sling swivel studs and a solid rubber Decelerator recoil pad. With factory box numbered to the gun.

Near new with some light handling marks, a couple of minor dings and a small pressure dent on the front of the front of the pistol grip. The box is very good with a little handling and wear. The bottom shows a small pressure dent.

Collector's Lot of Two Very Rare Winchester Model 75 Eight Power Scopes
Item number: 18188342 | Collector's Lot of Two Very Rare Winchester Model 75 Eight Power Scopes

Both scopes measure 18 1/2 inches long with a 3/4 inch diameter tube, marked "X-8" near the objective and fitted with a set of adjustable scope rings. No makers marks are present. The model 75 scope is pictured on page 386 of "Old Rifle Scopes" by N. Stroebel.

Both are good, with areas of brown patina on the tube and mild handling marks overall. Scope 1 has slightly cloudy optics, with some fraying of the horizontal crosshair and a slight bend in the vertical crosshair. Scope 2 is also slightly cloudy, with both crosshairs solid and straight.

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in 375 H&H Magnum
Item number: 18188585 | Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in 375 H&H Magnum

Manufactured 1952. Hooded ramp front sight, barrel rear tapped for sight mounting (2 holes) and receiver tapped for sight/scope mounting (missing top filler screws). Standard Winchester markings including the factory proof on the left side of the barrel and receiver at the breech. Late safety, straight receiver tang and sling swivels. Checkered high comb pistol grip stock with solid factory recoil pad.

Fine as partially refinished/customized. The rifle retains 98% original blue finish showing some loss at the muzzle with a few minor handling marks. The bolt and extractor have been custom jewelled with the bolt handle having been polished. The refinished stock is very good with a hairline crack near the receiver tang, a few minor handling marks and re-cut checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Antique Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188101 | Antique Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1886, this particular example is a Third Model with the distinctive integral dust cover rail. Equipped with a blade front sight and elevation adjustable rear sight with full length magazine. The top barrel flat is marked with the two line address/King's Improvement patent dates ahead of the rear sight and "32 CAL" at the breech. "32 CAL" also appears on the brass elevator. The model designation is marked on the upper tang and the serial number on the lower tang. All blue finish with casehardened hammer and lever, and mounted with a smooth forearm with iron end cap and straight grip stock with a crescent buttplate.

Very good. The rifle retains traces of original blue finish in the protected areas showing a heavier concentration of original blue remaining on the receiver with the balance a smooth brown patina. Traces of original case colors remain on the hammer and lever. The wood is fine with a couple minor gouges and some minor pressure dents and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Winchester Model 42 Slide Action Skeet Shotgun
Item number: 18188343 | Winchester Model 42 Slide Action Skeet Shotgun

This shotgun was manufactured circa 1963. There is an orange fiber optic front sight and a white bead sight on the Simmons vent rib. The barrel is marked with the "SKEET" choke marking and has a 3 inch chamber. Mounted on a diamond pattern checkered extended walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with a floral scroll engraved German silver grip cap and a checkered plastic buttplate. Length of pull is 14 inches.

Professionally refinished, the barrel assembly retains 95% blue finish with some scratches along with high edge and cycling wear. The side plate retains 98% of the plum blue finish with some scratches. The receiver retains 98% blue finish with some scratches and high edge wear along with the rib extension added. No visible proofmarks. The wood is very good with some scattered light scratches and a grip cap added.

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in 220 Swift
Item number: 18188586 | Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in 220 Swift

Manufactured in 1955 in .220 Swift (approximately 20,000 were produced in this caliber. Hooded ramp front sight with a scope block mounted on the rear of the receiver and barrel rear sight dovetail slot. Standard Winchester markings including the factory proof on the left side of the barrel and receiver at the breech. Late safety, straight receiver tang, sling swivels and polished bolt numbered to gun. Checkered high comb pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate.

Very fine as partially refinished (stock). The rifle retains 97% original matte blue finish showing smooth gray patina on the buttplate. A number of minor scratches are present on the trigger guard and floor plate and a series of dings are present on the buttplate. The revarnished stock is very fine with a few light handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Winchester Model 12 Heavy Duck Slide Action Shotgun with Solid Rib
Item number: 18188344 | Winchester Model 12 Heavy Duck Slide Action Shotgun with Solid Rib

Manufactured in 1956. There is a single steel bead sight on the solid rib, the barrel is choked full and the chamber is 3 inches. The barrel proofmark is stamped to the left side of the rib and the receiver proofmark is in the standard location. Mounted on a grooved walnut forearm with flat bottom and pistol grip stock with a solid red rubber Winchester recoil pad. Length of pull is 13 5/8 inches.

Excellent, 95% of the original blue finish remains with some scattered minor scratches, cycling and high edge wear. The wood is very good with the buttstock lightly sanded and a few minor marks. Mechanically fine.

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Featherweight Bolt Action Rifle in 308 Winchester with Scope
Item number: 18188587 | Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Featherweight Bolt Action Rifle in 308 Winchester with Scope

Manufactured in 1953. Hooded ramp front sight, folding adjustable leaf rear sight and Bausch & Lomb Balvar scope with B&L mount. Standard Winchester markings including the factory proof on the left side of the barrel and receiver at the breech. Late safety, polished bolt numbered to the gun and leather floral tooled sling. Checkered high comb pistol grip stock with aluminum buttplate.

Very fine. The rifle retains 95% original blue finish showing some high edge wear, loss on the high edges of the buttplate and a streak of gray on the floor plate. The stock is very fine with some minor handling marks with most of the finish remaining and some blemishes in the overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent. The scope has clear optics.

Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle in 30-378 Weatherby Magnum with Scope
Item number: 18188103 | Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle in 30-378 Weatherby Magnum with Scope

Manufactured in the USA without sights and standard markings. Fluted stainless barrel, muzzle brake, polished fluted bolt and follower. Equipped with a Nikon Monarch 5.5-16.5x scope. Mounted on a synthetic Monte Carlo style pistol grip stock with a raised comb, cheekpiece, sling swivel studs and a solid rubber Decelerator recoil pad.

Excellent. The rifle retains 99% of the original blue finish with a few light handling marks. The stainless is excellent with a couple of minor scratches on the top of the barrel. The stock is excellent with a few very light handling marks. Mechanically fine. The scope optics are clear.

Engraved Winchester Model 12 Slide Action Shotgun
Item number: 18188345 | Engraved Winchester Model 12 Slide Action Shotgun

This example was manufactured in 1959. The sides of the receiver are engraved with game scenes. The left side shows two dogs pointing at a flushing quail in a grassy field with trees in the background and the right side shows four ducks in flight over a marshy area. There are flourishes of floral scroll engraving around the games scenes, on the trigger guard, on top of the receiver, on the top of the receiver extension and a 3 inch wedge on the top of the barrel over the chamber. The bolt and shell lifter are jeweled. The barrel has a Poly-Choke installed with a single brass bead sight, the barrel is marked modified for the original choke constriction and has a 2 3/4 inch chamber. Mounted on a nicely figured, diamond pattern checkered extended walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with steel grip cap and Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad. Length of pull is 13 inches.

Very good as custom embellished with 95% plus of the high polish blue finish remaining with a few scattered scratches and some cycling wear. The barrel has been shortened and a Poly-Choke added. The reoiled replacement wood is very good as shortened with scattered minor dings, scratches and a recoil pad added with some sanding marks at the heel and toe. Mechanically excellent.

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Carbine
Item number: 18188588 | Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Carbine

Manufactured in 1947 during the transition period (late 1945 to 1951). Hooded ramp front sight, elevation adjustable rear sight and receiver tapped for scope/sight mounting. Transition safety, polished bolt numbered to gun, cloverleaf receiver tang and sling swivels. Checkered pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate.

Very fine. The carbine retains 80% faded original blue finish with a smooth gray patina on the balance. Some minor pitting is present near the muzzle. The refinished stock is fine with a few minor handling marks and a few blemishes in the recut checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle in 300 Weatherby Magnum with a Zeiss Scope
Item number: 18188104 | Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle in 300 Weatherby Magnum with a Zeiss Scope

Manufactured in the USA without sights and standard markings. Matte stainless barrel and receiver with a polished fluted bolt. Equipped with a Zeiss Conquest 3.5-10 x 44 scope. Mounted on a synthetic Monte Carlo style pistol grip stock with a raised comb, cheekpiece, sling swivel studs and a solid rubber Decelerator recoil pad.

Excellent with a few very light handling marks. The stock is excellent with a couple of light handling marks. Mechanically excellent. The scope optics are clear

Winchester Model 1901 Lever Action Shotgun
Item number: 18188346 | Winchester Model 1901 Lever Action Shotgun

Manufactured in 1907. Single bead sight and choked full, with the top of the barrel having the two line address/patent dates followed "MODEL 1901. 10 GA". The left side of the frame has the ''WRA CO." logo and the upper tang is marked "-WINCHESTER-/TRADE MARK". Mounted with a smooth walnut forearm and round knob pistol grip stock with a checkered steel buttplate. Length of pull is 13 inches.

Very good. The shotgun retains 20% faded original blue finish with a smooth mottled brown-gray patina on the balance. The wood is fine with an added coat of varnish showing some minor pressure dents and scratches. Mechanically fine.

Exceptional Custom Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in 375 H&H Magnum with Scope
Item number: 18188589 | Exceptional Custom Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in 375 H&H Magnum with Scope

Manufactured in 1951. Ramp front sight (without provisions for a hood), raised two adjustable leaf rear sights and Leupold M8-4x scope. Jewelled bolt and extractor (no visible number on bolt) and engraved bolt knob. Late safety and straight receiver tang. Nicely figured professionally made custom straight comb pistol grip stock with cheekpiece, sling swivels, skeletonized grip cap and solid Pachmayr recoil pad.

Very fine as professionally customized. The rifle retains 99% plus of the blue finish with a few very scattered minor handling marks and a scuff at the muzzle. The stock has a few minor handling marks. Mechanically excellent.

Boxed Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle in 7mm Weatherby Magnum
Item number: 18188105 | Boxed Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle in 7mm Weatherby Magnum

Manufactured in the USA with standard markings and without sights. The receiver is tapped for scope mounts with a polished fluted bolt and follower. Mounted on a nicely figured Monte Carlo style walnut checkered pistol grip stock with a contrasting forend tip and grip cap with a diamond insert. Raised comb, cheekpiece, sling swivel studs and a solid rubber Decelerator recoil pad. With factory box numbered to the gun.

Excellent with 99% plus original blue finish with a few light handling marks. The wood is excellent with some light handling marks, several minor dings on the left side above the trigger guard and crisp checkering. Mechanically fine. The box is very good with a little handling, edge and corner wear.

Engraved Winchester Model 101 Over/Under Shotgun
Item number: 18188347 | Engraved Winchester Model 101 Over/Under Shotgun

The sides of the receiver and the trigger plate have floral scroll engraving. The barrels have a single brass bead sight, are threaded for Win-Chokes with cylinder/modified installed and have 3 inch chambers with ejectors. Mounted on a multi-point checkered walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with a checkered plastic buttplate. Length of pull is 14 1/8 inches.

Excellent, 99% of the original blue finish remains with a few scattered light handling marks and some safety/selector wear. The wood is also excellent with some scattered minor dings and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle with Scope
Item number: 18188106 | Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle with Scope

Has a set of Conetrol scope rings and bases holding a Nikon 3-9x scope with Butler Creek flip up lens caps. Mounted on a nicely figured, multi-point checkered pistol grip stock contrasting forearm tip, personalized engraved silver grip cap, raised right handed cheekpiece, sling studs, sling swivels, leather sling and a Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad.

Excellent, 99% of the original blue finish remains with only some scattered minor handling/storage marks. The stock is very good with a small crack on the left side near the back of the receiver and a few scattered light marks. The scope is also excellent with clear optics. Mechanically excellent.

Documented 1899 Production Winchester Model 1897 Solid Frame Slide Action Riot Shotgun
Item number: 18188348 | Documented 1899 Production Winchester Model 1897 Solid Frame Slide Action Riot Shotgun

Single bead sight, with "CYL" marked choke and standard two line address and patents on top of the barrel. No oval "WP" proof stamp is present on the barrel or frame. Ribbed forearm and smooth pistol grip stock with a smooth steel buttplate and a 13 3/4 inch length of pull. With a printout of a Cody Firearms Museum e-mail, indicating a 20 inch barrel, serial application on 17 May 1899, arrival at the warehouse on 20 May and shipping on the same day.

Very fine, with 80% of the original blue finish, showing areas of gray and brown patina along with scattered scratches and handling marks. An impression scratch is present on the left side of the receiver into the finish; if this was a factory machining error, it could explain the absence of the "WP" proof. Stock is fine, with a number of scratches, dents and small chips, and the buttstock showing a semi-fancy grain pattern, particularly noticeable around the toe. Mechanically excellent.

Original J.P. Sauer Bolt Action Sporting Rifle with Custom Rifle Stock
Item number: 18188107 | Original J.P. Sauer Bolt Action Sporting Rifle with Custom Rifle Stock

This is an original prewar sporting rifle manufactured by the J.P. SAUER & SON factory that has been professionally restocked in a beautiful extra fancy claro walnut stock. It has a one-third, half octagon, half-round barrel with an integral, milled, solid steel barrel rib. The left side is engraved "30. U.S. G. 1906", (for 30-06). The rib is marked "J.P. SAUER & SON, SUHL, PRUSSIA" and it has a bead front sight on the integral sight ramp with a two leaf rear sight; one folding and one standing. It is still complete with the original double set triggers and Mauser type trigger guard and quick detachable floor plate. The bolt handle has been lowered and the bolt knob hand checkered in two panels. The receiver is fitted with a set of custom made scope bases that are milled for tally type scope rings (not included). The bolt safety has been converted to a M70 side swing type safety. It is stocked in a beautiful extra fancy, claro walnut stock that has tiger striping the full length of the stock. The stock has a multi-point, 22-24 line per inch checkering pattern with a sculptured rear edge with 8 separate smaller checkered panels on the pistol grip area and sides of the forend. The stock is fitted with a steel grip cap, and a solid Pachmayr red recoil pad.

Very fine as professionally rebuilt. The rifle retains 98% of a professionally restored, rust blue finish with edge and high spot wear overall. With some muzzle wear and minor scratches on the floor plate. The stock is near excellent with a few minor handling marks with a small crack/chipped are at the rear of the upper tang. The wood is still intact and can be easily repaired. The checkering is crisp. Mechanically excellent. A sharp looking, original prewar rifle with a new fancy walnut stock.

Collector's Lot of Two Winchester Model 12 Heavy Duck Slide Action Shotguns -A) Winchester Model 12
Item number: 18188349 | Collector's Lot of Two Winchester Model 12 Heavy Duck Slide Action Shotguns -A) Winchester Model 12 Heavy Duck Slide Action Shotgun with Solid Rib


A) Manufactured in 1957. There is a red and clear bead sight, choke is marked full and a 3 inch chamber. The proofmark on the barrel is stamped to the left of the rib and the proofmark on the receiver is centered. Mounted on a 14 groove round walnut forearm and checkered pistol grip stock with a Pachmayr White Line recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 5/8 inches.

Manufucture: Winchester
Model: 12
BBL: 30 inch solid rib
Stock: walnut
Guage: 12
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 1635859

Condition: Excellent, 95% of the original blue finish remains with some high edge and cycling wear along with some takedown scratches. The forearm is excellent with some finish wear. The replacement buttstock is very good as non-professionally checkered with some scattered light scratches and recoil pad added. Mechanically fine.

B) Manufactured in 1957. Has two white bead sights on the Simmons vent rib, choke is marked full and has a 3 inch chamber. Mounted on a 14 groove round walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with fancy checkering pattern, an ivory grip cap and a red rubber Winchester recoil pad. Length of pull is 13 3/4 inches.

Manufucture: Winchester
Model: 12
BBL: 30 inch vent rib
Stock: walnut
Guage: 12
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 1636666

Condition: Refinished, 98% of the blue finish remains with some minor cycling and high edge wear along with some minor pitting under the finish. The forearm is excellent with some scattered minor marks. The altered buttstock is very good as fitted with the custom grip cap and recoil pad along with some minor chipping at the stock/receiver junction. Mechanically fine.

Custom Turkish Mauser Bolt Action Rifle
Item number: 18188108 | Custom Turkish Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

The barrel is stamped "244 IMP" and there are casehardened scope mounts on the receiver. The receiver appears to have a "1935" date stamped under the scope mount. Fitted with a nicely figured multi-point checkered walnut pistol grip stock with sling studs, grip cap, raised cheekpiece and a Decelerator recoil pad.

Very good as custom assembled, 99% of the blue finish remains with some minor pitting under the finish on the left side of the receiver and some oxidation in the clip slot. The stock is excellent with a few scattered light handling marks. Mechanically excellent.

Karl Schelkle Model 98 Custom Bolt Action Sporting Rifle
Item number: 18188109 | Karl Schelkle Model 98 Custom Bolt Action Sporting Rifle

This custom Karl Schelkle rifle is built on a K98 action. Ramp blade front sight marked "C.A. DAHL" and Redfield receiver sight, jewelled bolt and extractor. The receiver is marked "K98" with a matted panel on top of the receiver ring. The nicely figured and hand rubbed oil finished high comb pistol grip stock features multi-point wraparound checkering on the forearm and grip area, thick plastic grip cap, cheekpiece, sling swivel studs and vented Pachmayr recoil pad. Karl Schelkle was a premiere gun maker who emigrated from Germany and made miniatures. According to the consignor notes, this rifle was Schelkle's personal gun and that is why it has the serial number 1.

Very fine as professionally built. The rifle retains nearly 97% of the blue finish showing some smooth gray patina on the floor plate and bolt knob. There is a series of scratches near the muzzle. The stock is excellent with some scattered minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering.

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Featherweight Bolt Action Rifle with "USMC" Marked Unertl Scope
Item number: 18188590 | Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Featherweight Bolt Action Rifle with "USMC" Marked Unertl Scope

Manufactured in 1956. It has a hooded beaded blade front sight on a short crosshatched ramp and the rear dovetail has a scope block installed. There is also a scope block installed on the rear receiver bridge. There is a reproduction "USMC-SNIPER" marked Unertl 8x scope attached to the two scope blocks with Unertl style rings. Has after market recoil spring assembly. Has the late style safety and straight tang. Has a trigger shoe and a single shot adaptor on top of the standard follower. Mounted on a checkered walnut pistol grip stock with sling swivels, raised comb and a checkered aluminum buttplate and screw on lens caps.

Very fine, the barreled action retains 95% plus of the original blue finish with some scattered minor freckles and a few light handling marks. The floor plate has been covered in cold blue with some areas of wear. The stock is excellent with some scattered minor dings and scratches. Mechanically excellent. The scope needs work with frozen front objective and no cross-hair reticle

Winchester Model 70 Custom Express Bolt Action Rifle in 458 Win Mag Caliber with Scope
Item number: 18188591 | Winchester Model 70 Custom Express Bolt Action Rifle in 458 Win Mag Caliber with Scope

A post-64 variation with a hooded ramp front sight, three leaf rear sight and Docter 4x24 scope. Standard Winchester markings with engine turned bolt and follower. Highly figured and checkered straight comb pistol grip stock with sling swivel studs, cheekpiece and solid Winchester recoil pad.

Very fine. The rifle retains 98% plus original blue finish with only the slightest handling marks. The revarnished stock is also very fine with a few barely noticeable handling marks. Mechanically excellent. The scope has clear optics.

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in 300 H&H Magnum
Item number: 18188592 | Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in 300 H&H Magnum

Manufactured in 1952. Hooded ramp front sight, filler block in the rear sight slot and scope blocks mounted on top of receiver. Standard Winchester markings including the factory oval proof on the barrel and receiver. Bolt and extractor have been jewelled (non-factory) without a number on the bolt. Late safety, straight receiver tang and sling swivels. Checkered high comb pistol grip stock with added vented Pachmayr recoil pad.

Fine. The rifle retains 85% original blue finish with some loss at the muzzle, some high edge wear and some gray patina on the floor plate and trigger guard with patches of gray on the barrel. The sanded and reoiled stock is fine with a few minor handling marks and re-cut checkering. Mechanically excellent.

J.P. Gemmer St. Louis Damascus Side by Side Under Lever Hammer 10 Gauge Shotgun
Item number: 18188350 | J.P. Gemmer St. Louis Damascus Side by Side Under Lever Hammer 10 Gauge Shotgun

Single bead front sight and added folding rear sight on the smooth solid concave rib marked "J P GEMMER ST LOUIS Mo LAMINATED STEEL" on the rib. The first and last "S" are the only letters visible in St Louis due to the rib being cut away to add the rear sight. Dolls head extension, 3 inch chambers and extractor. The locks are marked "J P GEMMER ST. LOUIS MO". The locks, hammers, under lever and frame are lightly engraved and there is a scallop border on the locks, frame and trigger guard. Mounted with a checkered splinter forearm with an ebony forend insert and round knob pistol grip stock with a steel shotgun buttplate. Length of pull is 13 1/2 inches.

Very fine. Almost all of the original brown finish and Damascus pattern remain on the barrels. The left fence retains most of the original case colors with a smooth gray and silver gray patina on the balance. A piece of the rear sight leaf is broken off. The wood is also very fine with a few minor scratches and handling marks overall, and a 3 1/2 inch splinter absent from the upper left side of the forearm. The checkering is well defined. Mechanically excellent.

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in 270 Winchester with Scope
Item number: 18188593 | Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in 270 Winchester with Scope

Manufactured in 1954. Hooded ramp front sight, folding adjustable rear leaf sight and Weaver K4 scope. Standard Winchester markings including factory proof on the barrel and receiver, late safety, polished bolt numbered to the gun and sling swivels. Checkered pistol grip stock with high comb and checkered steel buttplate.

Very fine. The rifle retains 95% slightly faded original blue finish showing high edge wear on the buttplate and floor plate. The bolt handle and extractor have been polished bright. The stock is also very fine with some scattered minor handling marks and retaining most of the finish with overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent. The scope has clear optics.

Scarce Roper Revolving Shotgun
Item number: 18188351 | Scarce Roper Revolving Shotgun

This is an example of a earlier production Roper revolving shotgun that was manufactured at Hartford, Connecticut from 1869 to 1876 by the Roper Sporting Arms Company. The serial number is marked on the barrel and frame under the forearm. The muzzle is equipped with a threaded variable choke and there is a large iron bead front sight. This shotgun used special steel cartridges (included). The four shot carriers (consisting of a series of fins) are enclosed within a large round housing with a hinged loading gate on top which is marked "ROPER SPORTING ARMS CO./HARTFORD CONN/PAT. APR. 10, 1866, JULY 14, 1868.". The hammer pulls the sliding breechblock to the rear, removing the fired case from the barrel, then revolving the cloverleaf carrier; when the trigger was pulled, it pushes the next cartridge into the barrel firing it. The barrel was blue with the frame, trigger guard, and housing casehardened. Mounted with a smooth walnut forearm with pewter forend cap and checkered straight grip stock with a steel shotgun butt. Length of pull is 13 1/2 inches.

Good. The barrel has a smooth mottled brown patina. The cartridge housing, trigger guard and frame have a mix of smooth brown patina and silvered out case colors. The wood is about good with a large repaired break at the rear of the wrist which has three dowel pins visible. Otherwise there are some scattered minor dents and handling marks. The markings are clear. The mechanics are fine.

Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188594 | Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1883. This Third Model Rifle has the dust cover guide rail integrally machined to the receiver, full length magazine, blade front sight and elevation adjustable rear sight. The top barrel flat is stamped with the two line address/patent dates marking as well as "CAL 45-60" at the breech. The brass cartridge elevator is stamped "45-60" and the upper tang is marked "MODEL 1876." Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with steel forend cap and crescent buttplate with compartment (without cleaning rod).

Fair. The rifle has a smooth mottled brown patina showing traces of blue finish in the protected areas. There is a small dent on the magazine and some minor pitting is present (mostly on the receiver). The refinished wood is also fair with a repaired forearm and some minor pressure dents. Mechanically needs work as hammer does not remain cocked when action is cycled.

Custom Nazi Proofed "CE/43" Code J.P. Sauer Mauser 98 Bolt Action Sporting Rifle
Item number: 18188110 | Custom Nazi Proofed "CE/43" Code J.P. Sauer Mauser 98 Bolt Action Sporting Rifle

This example is marked "Robert L. Mason - Stockmaker" on top of the barrel and it has scope mounts attached to the receiver. Mounted on a nicely figured, multi-point checkered walnut pistol grip stock with sling studs, grip cap, raised cheekpiece and a Pachmayr recoil pad.

Excellent as custom assembled, 99% of the blue finish remains with only a few scattered light handling marks. The stock is also excellent with only a few light marks. Mechanically fine.

Burgess Slide Action Shotgun
Item number: 18188352 | Burgess Slide Action Shotgun

Manufactured from 1892-1899. The Damascus barrel features a single bead sight and is marked with the two line address/patent dates ending with "REISSUE 10555". The top of the action cover is marked "BURGESS GUN CO./BUFFALO, N.Y. U.S.A." The bottom of the slide action has the serial number. Mounted on a straight grip stock with a checkered hard rubber pistol grip which activates as the action mechanism and checkered forearm. The buttstock has a checkered hard rubber buttplate with the dog and pheasant logo.

Very good. The shotgun has a smooth gray patina with the barrel retaining 80% of the Damascus pattern, the receiver retaining traces of blue in the protected areas and the magazine tube and forend cap retaining 85% original blue finish. The wood is fine with a number of minor handling marks and a surface chip missing near the toe. The pistol grip has a small chip of hard rubber missing and worn checkering. The buttplate has a missing chip near the toe. Mechanically fine.

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle with Scope
Item number: 18188595 | Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle with Scope

Manufactured in 1954. Ramp front sight with provisions for a hood, folding adjustable leaf rear sight and Tasco 3-9x42 scope. Standard Winchester markings including factory proof on the barrel and receiver. Late safety, polished bolt numbered to the gun, straight receiver tang and sling swivels. Checkered high comb pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate.

Very fine. The rifle retains 95% faded original blue finish with the thinning floor plate and trigger guard having numerous light scratches and some minor pitting. There is high edge wear on the buttplate and a couple patches of light spotting on the barrel. The reoiled stock is very good with some long scratches on the right side of the buttstock, otherwise a few minor handling marks overall. The checkering is crisp overall. Mechanically excellent. The scope has clear optics.

Carl Schelklemauser Model 98 Bolt Action Sporting Rifle with Scope
Item number: 18188111 | Carl Schelklemauser Model 98 Bolt Action Sporting Rifle with Scope

This custom Carl Schelkle sporting rifle is built on a 1914 dated Spandau Arsenal Gewehr 98 action. Ramp blade front sight, two tapped holes on rear of barrel, Lyman Challenger scope on a Paul Jaeger mount and Williams receiver sight. The bolt, extractor and bolt release are accented with a wavy line pattern. Pistol grip stock with checkering incorporating a carved tulip pattern, stag grip cap, cheekpiece, leather sling with quick release sling swivels and White Line buttpad.

Very fine as professionally built. The rifle retains 95% of the blue finish with some loss at the muzzle, some thinning to a gray on the trigger guard and floor plate and some scattered minor handling marks. The stock is excellent with some minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. The scope has clear optics.

Antique Parker Brothers Quality 0 Under Lifter Side by Side Hammer Shotgun with Research Letter
Item number: 18188353 | Antique Parker Brothers Quality 0 Under Lifter Side by Side Hammer Shotgun with Research Letter

This example was manufactured in 1875. The Decarbonized Steel barrels have a single bead sight, are choked .005/.005 and have 2 3/4 inch chambers with an extractor. Mounted on a smooth walnut forearm and straight grip stock with a smooth steel buttplate. Length of pull is 14 3/8 inches. The letter states it was completed on June 5th, 1875, that it is a Quality 0, a 12 gauge, has 30" Decarbonized Steel barrels, LOP listed as 14 1/4" and DAH as 2 1/2".

Very good plus, the barrels retain 30% of the original blue finish with a mostly smooth brown patina on the balance. There are scattered nicks and scratches along with a few small patches of minor pitting. The casehardened components retain traces of the original case colors mostly in the protected areas. There is a smooth mottled gray/brown patina on the balance of the casehardened components and the trigger guard. The wood is very good with scattered scratches and dings. Mechanically fine.

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in 270 Winchester
Item number: 18188596 | Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle in 270 Winchester

Manufactured in 1950 during the transition period (late 1945-51). Hooded ramp front sight, Marble filler block in the rear sight slot and William receiver sight (stock not inletted for sight). Standard Winchester markings including the factory proof on the barrel and receiver. Polished bolt numbered to gun (number is faint), late safety, straight receiver tang and sling swivels. Checkered high comb pistol grip stock with added Kick-Eez recoil pad.

Very fine. The rifle retains 85% original blue finish with long wide streaks of gray on the barrel, thinning on the receiver and a number of minor handling marks on the floor plate. The shortened revarnished stock is very good with a few minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine
Item number: 18188112 | Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Manufactured in 1916. Blade front sight, folding ladder rear sight, saddle ring staple with ring, two barrel bands and full length magazine. The left side of the barrel has the two line address/patent date and two line nickel steel/smokeless powder markings followed by "30 W.C.F.". Factory oval proof on the barrel and receiver at the breech and three line model/trade mark information on the upper tang. All blue finish and smooth forearm and straight grip stock with carbine buttplate.

Very fine. The carbine retains 80% original blue finish with a smooth brown patina on the balance showing a smooth gray patina on the buttplate. The wood is very fine with a small gouge on the buttstock, very limited surface chipping and some minor handling marks. Mechanically excellent.

Winchester Model 1887 Lever Action 10 Gauge Shotgun
Item number: 18188354 | Winchester Model 1887 Lever Action 10 Gauge Shotgun

Manufactured in 1893. Single bead sight on a barrel marked "10" at the breech with a Winchester factory oval proof. The lower tang has the four line address/patent dates marking and the serial number is marked on the underside of the frame. The left side of the frame has the WRACo stylized logo. Smooth two piece forearm and smooth round knob pistol grip stock with checkered buttplate. Length of pull is 13 inches.

Very good plus. The shotgun has a smooth brown patina with the barrel and magazine tube retaining traces of faded original blue finish. The wood is fine with a few minor gouges and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Winchester Model 12 Skeet Grade Slide Action Shotgun
Item number: 18188597 | Winchester Model 12 Skeet Grade Slide Action Shotgun

Manufactured in early 1962. There is a red bead front sight and a steel mid bead sight on the 3 pin duck bill vent rib. The barrel is marked with the "WS-1" choke marking and with the "2 3/4 CHAM." marking. The proofmarks are stamped slightly to the left of the vent rib. Mounted on a nicely figured, diamond pattern checkered extended forearm and pistol grip stock with steel grip cap an checkered plastic buttplate. Length of pull is 14 inches.

Excellent, 98% plus of the original blue finish remains with some minor muzzle and cycling wear along with some takedown scratches and a small patch of oxidation at the right rear of the receiver. The wood is also excellent with some scattered minor scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent.

Custom Springfield Armory Model 1903 Mark I Bolt Action Rifle with Unertl Scope
Item number: 18188113 | Custom Springfield Armory Model 1903 Mark I Bolt Action Rifle with Unertl Scope

Manufactured in 1919. There is a 2 inch Unertl 15x scope mounted with adjustable Unertl rings to scope bases on the front receiver ring and on the barrel. Mounted on a custom target/varmint style walnut stock with contrasting forend tip, multi-position sling stud/handstop attachment rail, grip cap, raised cheekpiece and a recoil pad. With screw on lens covers for the scope.

Good as assembled, the barrel has a brown patina overall. The receiver, bolt, trigger guard and floor plate retain 95% plus of the dark green parkerized finish. The stock is very good as custom made with a poorly executed magazine cutoff notch and bolt travel relief notch along with scattered scratches and dings. Mechanically fine. The scope is very good with clear optics, some scattered minor dings and some minor scratches.

Winchester Model 1893 Slide Action Shotgun With Four Digit Serial Number
Item number: 18188355 | Winchester Model 1893 Slide Action Shotgun With Four Digit Serial Number

This model was the first slide-action repeating shotgun built by Winchester and manufactured between 1893 and 1897, with approximately 31,000 made. This particular shotgun was manufactured in 1894. The top of the barrel is marked with the two line address/Model 1893 patent date, with "12" at the breech, the two line model designation is marked on the slide arm and the serial number is marked on the bottom of the frame. Single bead sight, exposed hammer, choke gauges at modified. Mounted with a grooved walnut forearm and plain round knob pistol grip stock with an iron shotgun buttplate. Length of pull is 13 inches.

Good. The shotgun retains 25% thin original blue finish concentrated on the receiver and breech end of the barrel and on the magazine tube. The remaining metal surfaces have a smooth brown and gray patina. The wood is good with a repaired break at the wrist, several gouges on the stock and minor nicks on the forearm. The markings are clear. The action is fine.

Winchester Model 12 Trap Grade Slide Action Shotgun
Item number: 18188598 | Winchester Model 12 Trap Grade Slide Action Shotgun

Manufactured in 1962. This shotgun features a white front bead and nickel mid bead sights, full choke, and chambered for 2 3/4 inch shells. The breech of the barrel and receiver are marked with the offset Winchester proof marks. Mounted on a extended diamond checkered forearm and pistol grip buttstock with red factory recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 1/4 inches.

Very good with 97% of the blue finish remaining with some high edge wear and handling marks. The wood is also very good with some slight spotting and sharp checkering remaining.

Silver Inlaid Sako Finnbear Deluxe L61R M90 Bolt Action Rifle
Item number: 18188114 | Silver Inlaid Sako Finnbear Deluxe L61R M90 Bolt Action Rifle

Manufactured circa 1991. The floor plate has a silver inlaid antelope with floral accents. The trigger guard is also silver wire inlaid with a floral accent. There is a two piece scope mount and rings attached to the top of the grooved receiver. Mounted on a nicely figured, skipline checkered walnut pistol grip stock with contrasting forend tip, two reinforcing bolts, a contrasting grip cap with inlaid bear's head, right hand palm swell, raised cheekpiece and a factory red rubber recoil pad.

Excellent, 99% of the original blue finish remains with only a few scattered light handling marks. The stock is also excellent with a few light dings and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Parker Brothers Trojan Grade Side by Side Shotgun
Item number: 18188356 | Parker Brothers Trojan Grade Side by Side Shotgun

Manufactured in 1924. The barrels have a single steel bead sight on the solid rib, are choked .005/.015 and have 2 5/8 inch chambers with an extractor. The bottom of the barrels are stamped with the frame size "2" and with the weight "4". Mounted on a splinter walnut forearm with diamond pattern checkering and a pistol grip stock with a serrated plastic butt. Length of pull is 14 inches. With 2 snap caps.

Very fine, 75% of the original blue finish remains with areas of brown patina and scattered handling marks. The receiver retains original silvered out finish with torch induced color. The wood is very fine with scattered scratches, dings and some minor chips. Mechanically fine.

Winchester Model 42 Slide Action Shotgun
Item number: 18188599 | Winchester Model 42 Slide Action Shotgun

Manufactured in 1963, with a single bead front sight, modified marked choke, and 3 inch chamber. Barrel and receiver marked with the Winchester proofs at the breech. Fitted with a ribbed forearm and smooth pistol grip stock with hard plastic factory buttplate. Length of pull is 13 7/8 inches.

Excellent. The shotgun retains 98% of the original blue finish with sparse light handling marks overall. The wood is also excellent with only minor pressure dents along the heel and toe of the buttstock.

Sako Model V Bolt Action Rifle with Box
Item number: 18188115 | Sako Model V Bolt Action Rifle with Box

Manufactured without sights. The top of the receiver is grooved for scope mounting. Mounted on a skipline checkered walnut pistol grip stock with contrasting forend tip, contrasting grip cap, raised cheekpiece and factory recoil pad. With un-numbered Sako box.

Near new with only a few scattered light handling/storage marks. Mechanically excellent. The box is very good.

Winchester Model 92 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine
Item number: 18188357 | Winchester Model 92 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Manufactured in 1927. Pinned front sight, folding ladder rear sight, full length magazine and saddle ring staple with ring. Barrel has the Winchester legend on the left side and two line address on the right side with the factory proof on the barrel and receiver. Upper tang has the three line trade mark information. Smooth forearm and straight grip stock.

Good as partially refinished. The carbine retains traces of faded original blue finish (mostly on the magazine) with a smooth gray "touched up" patina on the balance. The wood is very good with some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Sako Finnbear Mannlicher Carbine Bolt Action Rifle with Leupold Scope
Item number: 18188116 | Sako Finnbear Mannlicher Carbine Bolt Action Rifle with Leupold Scope

Manufactured circa 1984. Has a brass beaded front sight on a ramp and a Williams adjustable rear sight. The top of the receiver is grooved for scope mounting with Sako scope rings holding a Leupold Vari-X III 1.5-5x scope. Mounted on a multi-point checkered full length walnut pistol grip stock with raised cheekpiece and factory recoil pad.

Excellent, 99% of the original blue finish remains with only a few scattered light handling marks. The stock is very good with scattered scratches and dings overall. Mechanically excellent. The scope is also excellent with clear optics.

Winchester 101 Pigeon Grade .410 Over/Under Shotgun
Item number: 18188358 | Winchester 101 Pigeon Grade .410 Over/Under Shotgun

This shotgun features floral scroll patterns on the receiver with a pigeon on the underside. The matte vent rib is marked "PIGEON GRADE" just in front of the chamber. There are two white bead sights, choked skeet/skeet and 2 1/2 inch chambers with ejectors. Single trigger and tang selector/safety. Mounted on a nicely figured checkered beavertail forearm and pistol grip stock with a plastic serrated buttplate. Length of pull is 14 1/8 inches.

Excellent. The barrels retain 99% plus original blue finish showing a few very scattered light handling marks. The wood is also excellent with a some scattered minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Sako AII L579 Bolt Action Rifle with Scope
Item number: 18188117 | Sako AII L579 Bolt Action Rifle with Scope

Manufactured circa 1980 with the standard markings and features. Mounted on a multi-point checkered walnut pistol grip stock with sling studs, raised cheekpiece and plastic buttplate. Has a trigger shoe and a single shot adaptor on top of the standard follower. There is a Tasco 10-40x scope with scope level, screw on lens covers, 3" sunshade and a 5" sunshade.

Excellent, 99% of the original blue finish remains with a few light handling marks. The stock is also excellent with a few minor marks and a couple spots of black residue. Mechanically fine. The scope is excellent as well with a black residue on the exterior and clear optics.

Cased Browning Citori Ultra XS Skeet Over/Under Shotgun
Item number: 18188359 | Cased Browning Citori Ultra XS Skeet Over/Under Shotgun

Introduced in 2000 and manufactured in Japan. This shotgun features white bead front and mid sights on the ported barrel, 2 3/4 inch chambers, and improved cylinder/full Invector Plus choke tubes. The receiver is lightly engraved with gold trim, while the pistol grip stock is checkered and equipped with a solid black recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 3/4 inches. Complete with a black vinyl Browning hardcase and one extra choke tube.

Near new with only minor storage and handling wear present throughout. The case is excellent with scattered slight surface scuffs.

Early Sako Forester Model Mannlicher Bolt Action Rifle
Item number: 18188118 | Early Sako Forester Model Mannlicher Bolt Action Rifle

Manufactured circa 1960. Has a blade front sight and an adjustable receiver mounted peep sight. Mounted on a multi-point checkered full length pistol grip stock with plastic grip cap, raised cheekpiece and serrated plastic buttplate.

Excellent, 95% of the original blue finish remains with some scattered minor handling marks along with high edge and bolt wear. There is a small dimple drilled on the front receiver ring. The stock is also excellent with some scattered minor scratches and dings. Mechanically needs work as bolt does not stay cocked on close of action.

Silver Inlaid Sako Model 75 Deluxe Bolt Action Rifle with Box
Item number: 18188119 | Silver Inlaid Sako Model 75 Deluxe Bolt Action Rifle with Box

Standard markings for Model 75 Deluxe. Front hooded ramp and rear adjustable notch sights. Receiver has a two piece scope base with scope rings. Skipline checkered walnut pistol grip stock with contrasting forend tip and grip cap, raised cheekpiece and a smooth red rubber recoil pad. Complete with original factory box numbered to gun, sling swivels, keys and papers.

Excellent. The barrel retains 99% plus original blue with minor scuffs at the muzzle. The stock is excellent with only the slightest of handling marks. The box is good.

Verona Model LX692GCT Over/Under Shotgun with Original Box
Item number: 18188360 | Verona Model LX692GCT Over/Under Shotgun with Original Box

Manufactured in Italy with dual bead sights, screw in chokes with full/full installed, and 3 inch chambers. The receiver displays scroll engraving and gold highlighted inlaid ducks & quail scenes. Mounted on a checkered semi-beavertail walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with right handed palm swell and ventilated recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 1/2 inches. Complete with original box numbered to gun, and three extra choke tubes.

Near new with the slightest of handling and storage marks. The box is very good with wear to the edges and corners.

Winchester Model 23 XTR Pigeon Grade 20 Gauge Shotgun
Item number: 18188361 | Winchester Model 23 XTR Pigeon Grade 20 Gauge Shotgun

Dual ivory bead sights on a matte vent rib, choked full/modified, 3 inch chambers and ejectors. The receiver, break lever, trigger guard, forearm knuckle and forearm release have floral scroll designs and are coin finish. Single trigger and tang safety/selector. Mounted on a checkered walnut beavertail forearm and round knob pistol grip stock with a Winchester buttpad. Length of pull is 14 inches.

Near new with limited very light spotting and a few minor handling marks. The wood is excellent with a few minor handling marks. The checkering is crisp. Mechanically excellent.

Sako L-46 Mannlicher Bolt Action Rifle with Scope Mount and Rings
Item number: 18188120 | Sako L-46 Mannlicher Bolt Action Rifle with Scope Mount and Rings

Manufactured circa 1955. Has a blade front sight and there is a Redfield one piece scope mount with rings attached. Has a detachable magazine. Mounted on a multi-point checkered full length walnut stock with plastic grip cap, raised cheekpiece and a serrated plastic buttplate.

Excellent, 90% of the original blue finish remains with some areas of cleaned oxidation on the barrel and barrel band along with some scattered minor scratches. The stock is also excellent with some scattered minor scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent.

Winchester 101 Diamond Grade Single Barrel Trap Shotgun
Item number: 18188362 | Winchester 101 Diamond Grade Single Barrel Trap Shotgun

The barrel on this example has a red bead front sight, a white mid bead sight, is ported, has been threaded for screw in chokes with a Briley Series 2 improved cylinder installed and has a 2 3/4 inch chamber with long forcing cone and ejector. The release trigger is adjustable for length of pull. Mounted on a checkered walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with an adjustable comb, pad adjuster and Kick-Eez recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 5/8 inches. With two extra choke tubes.

Very good, the shortened barrel retains 98% of the original blue finish with some scattered wear. The choke tube covers most of the porting. The coin finished components remain mostly bright with some discoloration on the lower tang. The trigger is configured for single shot only. The adjustable comb and pad adjuster have been added later. Mechanically fine.

Eleven Boxed Spectacular Factory Engraved Gold Inlaid Consecutively Serial Numbered "Ultra Set"
Item number: 18189210 | Eleven Boxed Spectacular Factory Engraved Gold Inlaid Consecutively Serial Numbered "Ultra Set" of Winchester Model 70 Ultra Grade Featherweight Bolt Action Rifles -A) Factory Engraved Gold Inlaid Winchester Model 70 Ultra Grade Featherweight Bolt Action Rifle in 222 Rem Caliber with Box


A) Each of these Ultra Grade Model 70 rifles is chambered in a different caliber, which further enhances the rarity of this set. The Ultra Grade rifles were made to be sold as individual rifles and all production rifles were chambered in .270 Winchester. There were only a few of these sets ever manufactured and each of the eleven rifles in this set are chambered in a different desirable caliber. All rifles are consecutively serial numbered with a special "UG" serial number and all are signed "Bottega C. Giovanelli" on the top left of the receiver. This rifle features a barrel manufactured without sights. The right rear is marked "ULTRA SET" and the left side is marked with the standard two line Model 70 XTR marking. The top of the barrel at the breech end is marked with the Winchester oval proof. The receiver is engraved with a very fine floral scroll pattern with gold inlaid border accents. The left receiver wall has gold inlaid "WINCHESTER/-TRADE MARK-" and the right front of the receiver has the serial number "UG 967" in gold. The floor plate, trigger guard and grip cap are engraved with the same floral scroll design, as well as a big horn ram in the center of the floor plate with gold bordering. The top of the receiver is factory drilled and tapped for scope mounting. Jeweled bolt and follower, with floral scroll engraving on the bolt handle. Mounted with an attractively figured American black walnut stock, fancy bordered checkered forearm with Schnabel forend, and pistol grip with engraved grip cap, solid rubber Winchester recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with the original box and shipping box with matching end labels that read "Model 70 Modified ULTRA featherweight/BOLT ACTION RIFLE 222 REMINGTON 22" BARREL" over the Winchester and U.S. Repeating Arms Co. addresses. Each rifle in this lot is also accompanied by a letter from Winchester. The letter congratulates the buyer on selecting the Model 70 which is part of a unique set of 11 rifles consecutively serial numbered, chambered in 11 different calibers and known as the "ULTRA SET". A letter explains that the work was done in the Model 21 Custom Shop, that the components of this model have been custom fitted and finished by hand and that the Winchester Model 70 Featherweight Ultra Grade 1 of 1000 barrel was replaced with a standard barrel in a specific caliber. The letter tells of the markings and it authenticates the caliber, serial number and completion date. The completion date for this rifle is February 7, 1985. The letter is signed by Winchester President and CEO Richard M. Pelton.

Manufucture: Winchester
Model: 70
BBL: 22 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 222 Rem
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: UG967

Condition: New in the box, the bolt has never been put into the rifle. The boxes are excellent.

B) This rifle features a fine floral scroll engraved receiver with gold inlaid border accents, gold "WINCHESTER/-TRADE MARK-" on the left wall and serial number "UG968" in gold on the right side of the receiver ring. The top of the receiver is factory drilled and tapped for scope mounting. The barrel is manufactured without sights and in addition to the standard markings is marked "ULTRA SET" on the right rear. The top of the barrel at the breech end is marked with the Winchester oval proof. The floor plate, trigger guard and grip cap are engraved with the same floral scroll design, with a big horn ram in the center of the floor plate with gold bordering. Jeweled bolt and follower, with floral scroll engraving on the bolt handle. more...

Browning A-Bolt II Eclipse Boss Bolt Action Rifle with Scope and Box
Item number: 18188121 | Browning A-Bolt II Eclipse Boss Bolt Action Rifle with Scope and Box

Manufactured in 2001. Has the Boss barrel tuner and a Leupold Vari-X III 6.5-20x50mm scope with scope level and Butler Creek flip up lens covers. Mounted on a laminated hardwood thumbhole stock with recoil pad. With the original box numbered to the gun.

Excellent, 99% of the original blue finish remains with a few scattered light handling marks. The stock is also excellent with some scattered minor dings and scratches. Mechanically excellent. The box is very good. The scope is excellent as well with clear optics.

Early Winchester Model 23 XTR Pigeon Grade Double Barrel Shotgun
Item number: 18188363 | Early Winchester Model 23 XTR Pigeon Grade Double Barrel Shotgun

Dual white bead sights on a matted vent rib, choked modified/improved cylinder, 3 inch chambers and ejectors. The receiver, break lever, trigger guard, forearm knuckle and forearm release have floral scroll designs and are coin finished. There is a pigeon on the bottom of the receiver. Mounted on a multi-point checkered semi-beavertail walnut forearm and round knob pistol grip stock with vented Pachmayr recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 3/4 inches.

Very fine. The barrels retain 97% original blue finish with some light spotting and some forearm wear. The trigger guard has a small area of discoloration. The wood is very fine with some minor handling marks. Overall the checkering is crisp. Mechanically excellent.

Sako Finnwolf Lever Action Rifle with Scope
Item number: 18188122 | Sako Finnwolf Lever Action Rifle with Scope

One of only 10,499 manufactured between 1959 and 1974. Has a hooded blade front sight on a crosshatched ramp and an adjustable rear sight. There is a two-piece scope base mounted to the top of the receiver with scope rings holding a Tasco 6-24x target scope with a 3 inch sunshade, a 5 inch sunshade, screw on lens covers and a scope level. Mounted on a multi-point checkered walnut pistol grip stock with raised cheekpiece, sling swivels and a serrated plastic buttplate. With a scope box.

Excellent, 99% of the original blue finish remains with only some scattered light handling marks. The stock is also excellent with a few scattered light dings and scratches. The scope is very good with a black residue and clear optics.

Engraved Limited Edition Browning Citori Federal Duck Stamp Over/Under Shotgun
Item number: 18188364 | Engraved Limited Edition Browning Citori Federal Duck Stamp Over/Under Shotgun

1 of only 200 manufactured in 1994. The barrels have a single steel bead sight, are threaded for Invector Plus choke tubes with skeet/skeet installed and 3 inch chambers with ejectors. Mounted on a nicely figured multi-point checkered walnut forearm and round knob pistol grip stock with factory recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 1/4 inches.

Excellent, 98% of the original blue finish remains with only a few light handling/storage marks. The coin finished receiver and forearm hardware remain bright overall with a few small spots of oxidation. The engraving remains sharp. The wood is also excellent with some scattered minor handling marks. Mechanically excellent.

Special Order Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle with 30 Inch Barrel and Set Trigger
Item number: 18188123 | Special Order Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle with 30 Inch Barrel and Set Trigger

This is an example of a Third Model 1873 lever action rifle with a special order 30 inch octagon barrel and set trigger. It has the dust cover guide integral to the receiver found on the Third Model. The top barrel flat is marked with the two line New Haven address and King's Improvement patent dates marking ahead of the rear sight and "44 CAL" (faint) at the breech. The upper tang is marked "MODEL 1873" and the serial number is marked on the lower tang. The caliber marking is very faint on the brass cartridge elevator. Beaded blade front (replacement) and adjustable semi buckhorn rear (missing elevator) sights. Smooth walnut forearm and straight grip stock with a crescent buttplate. Information provided by the consignor states that the Cody factory records verify the rifle's configuration, 30 inch octagon barrel and set trigger and that the rifle was received in the warehouse on June 25, 1884 and shipped on October 26, 1884, order number 12856.

Fair as rebarreled. The artificially browned rifle has a smooth brown-gray patina with traces of original blue finish in protected areas. The rear of barrel exhibits vise marks from once having been removed. Some very scattered minor pitting is present. The refinished wood is fair with a hairline crack near the upper tang, a few minor scratches and a few small gouges. Mechanically fine.

Beretta Model 682 Gold Sporting Over/Under Shotgun with Factory Hardcase
Item number: 18188365 | Beretta Model 682 Gold Sporting Over/Under Shotgun with Factory Hardcase

Introduced in 1993. This shotgun features a single white bead sight, screw in chokes, and 3 inch chambers with ejectors. The manufacturer and model name are highlighted in gold on the left, right, and bottom of the receiver. Mounted a multi-point checkered forearm and pistol grip stock with a solid factory recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 inches. Complete with blue Beretta hardcase, and 3 extra choke tubes.

Excellent, 99% of the original blue finish remains with only the slightest handling and storage marks present overall. The case is very good with scattered surface wear.

Custom Ruger No. 1 Falling Block Single Shot Rifle with Leupold Scope
Item number: 18188124 | Custom Ruger No. 1 Falling Block Single Shot Rifle with Leupold Scope

Manufactured in 1983. There is a Leupold 3-9x Vari-X II scope mounted to the quarter rib, has a tang mounted safety and an adjustable trigger. Mounted on a nicely figured, multi-point checkered, custom walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with raised cheekpiece and checkered steel buttplate.

Excellent as restocked, the metal components retain 95% of the original blue finish with some scattered minor scratches, scuffs and handling wear. The wood is very good with scattered scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent. The scope is also very good with scattered light scratches and clear optics.

Engraved Ruger Red Label Over/Under 28 Gauge Shotgun with Box
Item number: 18188366 | Engraved Ruger Red Label Over/Under 28 Gauge Shotgun with Box

Manufactured in 1998. Single steel bead on a matte vent rib, threaded for choke tubes, chokes cylinder/cylinder and 2 3/4 inch chambers with ejectors. The receiver is lightly engraved with a gold woodcock on the right side and a gold "Ruger" design on the left. Mounted on a checkered walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with a steel grip cap, tang mounted safety/selector and serrated plastic factory buttplate. Length of pull is 14 1/4 inches. Complete with a factory box numbered to another gun.

Near new. The shotgun retains all of the original blue finish with a few light handling marks and a couple of minor scratches on the right side of the barrel near the muzzle. The wood is excellent with a couple of light handling marks. The toe of the stock and buttplate show some minor damage, possibly caused by heat or solvent. Mechanically fine. The box is good with some water damage, peeling, edge and corner wear.

Belgian Browning .22 Caliber Semi-Automatic Rifle with Case
Item number: 18188125 | Belgian Browning .22 Caliber Semi-Automatic Rifle with Case

Manufactured in 1963 with the standard markings and features. With a Browning leatherette takedown case and a partial box of 50 Remington .22 LR ammunition.

Excellent, 98% of the original blue finish remains with some scattered minor handling/storage marks. The wood is also excellent with some scattered minor scratches and dings. Mechanically fine. Case is very good.

Browning Citori XS Special Over/Under Shotgun
Item number: 18188367 | Browning Citori XS Special Over/Under Shotgun

The ported barrels feature a Hi-Viz front sight, white bead mid-sight, 2 3/4 inch chambers, Inventor Plus choke tube system and ejectors. Standard markings including the scroll engraving and gold highlighted borders on the receiver, adjustable trigger and tang safety/selector. Checkered forearm and pistol grip stock with adjustable comb and solid Browning recoil pad. Current length of pull is 14 1/4 inches. Comes with an aftermarket hardcase and a total of 4 choke tubes.

Excellent. The barrels retain 99% plus original blue finish with only the slightest handling marks. The wood is also excellent with limited very minor handing marks with crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Collector's Lot of Two Scoped Ruger Target Rifles -A) Ruger Model 77 Mark II Bolt Action Varmint Rif
Item number: 18188126 | Collector's Lot of Two Scoped Ruger Target Rifles -A) Ruger Model 77 Mark II Bolt Action Varmint Rifle with Box


A) Manufactured in 1996. Has the standard markings and features. Attached to the receiver is a Tasco 24x scope with scope level, screw on lens caps, a 3 inch sunshade and a 5 inch sunshade. Has a single shot adaptor on top of the normal follower and a trigger shoe. Mounted on a smooth laminated hardwood target stock with sling studs and recoil pad. With the original box numbered to the gun.

Manufucture: Ruger
Model: M77 MK II
BBL: 26 inch round
Stock: laminated
Guage: 243 Win
Finish: matte gray
Grips:
Serial Number: 78437613

Condition: Excellent, 99% of the original matte gray finish remains with some scattered minor handling marks. The stock is also excellent with a few scattered light dings and scratches. Mechanically excellent. The scope is very good with black flecks visible through the optics. The box is also very good.

B) Manufactured in 1997. Has a Clark Custom match barrel installed. There is a Tasco 6-24x scope attached to the receiver with screw on lens covers, a 3 inch sunshade and a 5 inch sunshade. Has an extended bolt handle, an extended magazine release and a trigger shoe. Mounted on a factory laminated hardwood stock with sling swivels and recoil pad. Comes with a scope box and the original barrel.

Manufucture: Ruger
Model: 10 22
BBL: 21 1/2 inch heavy round
Stock: laminated
Guage: 22 LR
Finish: blue/black anodized
Grips:
Serial Number: 24597976

Condition: Excellent as custom assembled, 99% of the blue/black anodized finishes remain with only some minor handling wear. The stock is also excellent with a few minor marks. The scope is excellent as well with clear optics.

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle in Desirable 25-35 WCF
Item number: 18188368 | Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle in Desirable 25-35 WCF

Manufactured in 1902 in the desirable 25-35 WCF caliber. Blade front sight, three leaf rear sight and full length magazine tube. The top barrel flat has the two line address/patent date marking ahead of the rear sight with the two line nickel steel marking and "25-35" on the upper left flat and "25-35 W.C.F." on the top flat. The upper tang has the three line model/trade mark information. Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with iron forend cap and crescent buttplate.

Fine. The rifle retains 50% faded original blue finish with the balance a smooth brown patina showing some scattered minor pitting. Traces of original case colors remain on the hammer and lever. The wood is very good with some textured varnish, a small crack in the wrist and some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Two Boxed Savage Bolt Action Rifles -A) Savage Model 93 R17 Classic Bolt Action Rifle with Box
Item number: 18188127 | Two Boxed Savage Bolt Action Rifles -A) Savage Model 93 R17 Classic Bolt Action Rifle with Box


A) Manufactured without sights. Receiver fitted with scope bases. Checkered pistol grip stock with rubber recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to gun, two extra magazines, lock, and papers.

Manufucture: Savage Arms Corporation
Model: 93r17-Rifle
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 17 HMR
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: G654225

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is good.

B) Manufactured without sights. Receiver fitted with scope bases. Checkered pistol grip stock with black forend tip and plastic pistol cap. Black rubber recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with original factory box, extra magazine, lock, and papers.

Manufucture: Savage Arms Corporation
Model: Mark II Classic
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 22 LR
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: G665416

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is good.

Civil War New Haven Arms Co. Henry Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188369 | Civil War New Haven Arms Co. Henry Lever Action Rifle

Henry Lever Action rifle manufactured by the New Haven Arms Co. c. June 1864. The rifle has the distinctive brass gunmetal receiver and crescent buttplate with blued octagon barrel and integral 15-shot magazine. The hammer and lever are color casehardened. The straight grain, walnut stock is oil finished. The barrel has a nickel silver front sight and dovetail mounted folding leaf rear sight. The rear sight has a 900 yard center notch and elevator bar with rounded ends. The magazine has the late production large brass follower. The rifle has the second pattern buttplate with sharply pointed heel. The butt trap contains the correct four-piece, jointed steel cleaning rod furnished with later production Henry rifles. A sling swivel and screw fastened sling loop are mounted on the left side of the stock and barrel. The top barrel flat is roll-stamped ahead of the rear sight dovetail with the second style legend "HENRY'S PATENT. OCT.16.1860/MANUFACT'D. BY THE NEWHAVEN ARMS CO. NEWHAVEN.CT." with all serif letters. The serial number "5632" is stamped on the top barrel flat, on the left side of the lower receiver tang, in the upper tang inlet or the stock and on the inside of the buttplate at the heel. All of the visible serial numbers match. The late style cap head buttplate and tang screws are correctly not serial numbered. The Henry rifle was the most advanced firearm manufactured during the Civil War. Most of the New Haven Arms Co. rifle production was purchased by individual Federal soldiers who wanted the advantage of a 15-shot repeating rifle. After the Civil War the Henry rifle was extremely popular with frontiersmen and Native Americans.

Good as partially restored. The rifle has a reproduction rear sight, non-factory sling swivel, re-rolled barrel legend and refinished stock. The barrel has a gray-brown patina with smooth surfaces and sharp edges. The receiver and buttplate have an attractive, age patina with tight side plate joints. Wear is limited to a few minor scratches. The hammer and lever have a smooth mottled brown patina. The stock has been refinished. This is still a good representative example a Civil War production Henry rifle.

Custom Nesika Bay Model J Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle
Item number: 18188128 | Custom Nesika Bay Model J Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle

This beautiful rifle has a 26 inch heavy stainless steel barrel that is marked with the Nesika logo on the right side at the breech end and "6mm PPC" on the left side. Has a unique left port, left eject single shot action with a fluted right handed bolt. There is a two piece scope base attached to the receiver. Mounted on a beautifully figured Bastogne walnut pistol grip stock with multi-point checkered wrist, shadowline cheekpiece, steel "Dakota Arms" grip cap and recoil pad. Consignor's notes indicate this rifle has a Hart barrel and a Jewell trigger.

Excellent, 99% of the original bright finish remains with some scattered light scratches. The stock is also excellent with some scattered light dings and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Collector's Lot of Two Scoped Ruger M77 Mark II Bolt Action Target Rifles -A) Ruger M77 Mark II Targ
Item number: 18188129 | Collector's Lot of Two Scoped Ruger M77 Mark II Bolt Action Target Rifles -A) Ruger M77 Mark II Target Bolt Action Rifle


A) Manufactured in 1994. The top of the receiver has integral scope bases with Ruger rings holding a Tasco 6-24x scope. Mounted on a smooth laminated hardwood pistol grip stock with sling studs and recoil pad. With Lee reloading dies.

Manufucture: Ruger
Model: M77 MK II
BBL: 26 inch round
Stock: laminated
Guage: 25-06
Finish: gray
Grips:
Serial Number: 78221924

Condition: Excellent, 98% plus of the original matte gray stainless steel finish remains with some scattered minor handling marks and high edge wear. The stock is also excellent with some scattered scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent. The scope is excellent as well with clear optics.

B) Manufactured in 1994. The top of the receiver has integral scope bases with Ruger rings holding a Tasco 36x scope with screw on lens covers. Has a single shot benchrest style follower. Mounted on a smooth laminated hardwood pistol grip stock with sling studs and recoil pad. With Redding Competition die set.

Manufucture: Ruger
Model: M77 MK II
BBL: 26 inch round
Stock: laminated
Guage: 6 mm PPC
Finish: gray
Grips:
Serial Number: 78254060

Condition: Excellent, 98% plus of the original matte gray stainless finish remains with only some scattered minor handling marks and high edge wear. The stock is also excellent with some scattered dings and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Remington Model 3200 Over/Under Competition Trap Shotgun
Item number: 18188370 | Remington Model 3200 Over/Under Competition Trap Shotgun

Dual bead sights on a vent rib 12 gauge over/under barrel set with chokes marked improved modified and full, 2 3/4 inch or shorter chamber and ejectors. The receiver has "COMPETITION" with scrollwork and highlighted in gold on the sides and the model and serial markings on the underside. The scrollwork extends to the forearm hardware and trigger guard. Single trigger and tang selector/safety. Mounted with a nicely figured and multi-point walnut checkered forearm and high comb pistol grip stock with a solid Remington recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 1/4 inches.

Excellent. The shotgun retains 98% original blue finish showing typical forearm wear on the barrels, some scattered minor handling marks and a series of dings on the muzzle of the bottom barrel. The wood is also excellent with a couple minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Cased Browning BT-99 Pigeon Grade Trap Shotgun
Item number: 18188371 | Cased Browning BT-99 Pigeon Grade Trap Shotgun

Manufactured Japan, first introduced in 1993. Dual white bead sights on the ported barrel, chambered for 2 3/4 inch shells, and fitted with Invector chokes. The action has modest gold accents with a gold washed trigger. Stock features an adjustable comb and factory recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 3/8 inches. Includes a Browning hardcase, 2 extra triggers, 4 extra choke tubes, and choke tools.

Excellent with only the slightest handling and storage marks overall. The case is excellent with the faintest of surface wear.

Collector's Lot of Two Savage Bolt Action Varmint Rifles -A) Savage Model 12 Bolt Action Varmint Rif
Item number: 18188130 | Collector's Lot of Two Savage Bolt Action Varmint Rifles -A) Savage Model 12 Bolt Action Varmint Rifle with Extra Barrel


A) This example has a replacement barrel chambered in the .20 Vartarg caliber installed. Based on the .221 fireball case necked down to .204 caliber, the .20 Vartarg can propel 40 gr bullets at nearly 3,400 FPS. There are scope blocks and scope rings attached to the top of the receiver. Mounted on a smooth laminated hardwood thumbhole stock with forend vents, 3 sling studs, raised cheekpiece and factory recoil pad. With the original 26 inch heavy fluted round .223 Remington barrel.

Manufucture: Savage Arms Corporation
Model: 12fv-Rifle
BBL: 26 inch heavy round
Stock: laminated
Guage: 20
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: G656455

Condition: Excellent, 99% of the original blue finish remains with some scattered minor scratches. The barrel nut has some discoloration. The stock is also excellent with some scattered minor handling marks. The original barrel is also excellent with some scattered minor scratches. Mechanically good as the bolt release does not function correctly.

B) Has scope blocks and scope rings mounted to the top of the receiver. Mounted on a smooth laminated hardwood pistol grip stock with raised comb and recoil pad. Fitted with the AccuTrigger.

Manufucture: Savage Arms Corporation
Model: 40-Rifle
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: laminated
Guage: 22 hornet
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: G923980

Condition: Near new with only a few scattered light scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent.

Engraved Beretta 686 Silver Perdiz Over/Under Two Barrel Set Shotgun with Custom Choke Tubes
Item number: 18188372 | Engraved Beretta 686 Silver Perdiz Over/Under Two Barrel Set Shotgun with Custom Choke Tubes

This example was manufactured in 1994. The receiver has a considerable amount of floral scroll engraving with flourishes on the trigger guard, break lever and forearm hardware. Both sets of barrels are stamped with the same serial number as the receiver. The 28 inch barrels have a white bead sight, have a silver inlaid "1" at the rear of the rib, are threaded for Mobil chokes, are ported, bores are stamped "18.3" and have 3 inch chambers with long forcing cones and ejectors. The 29 1/2 inch barrels have a white bead sight, have a silver inlaid "2" at the rear of the rib, are threaded for Mobil chokes, bores are stamped "18.4" and have 3 inch chambers with long forcing cones and ejectors. Mounted on a straight grain walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with an Old English recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 inches. With a set of 10 extended and ported Rhino choke tubes and aftermarket soft case.

Excellent, 98% of the original matte blue finish remains with some scattered minor scratches and minor wear. The 28 inch barrel has been ported. The receiver retains 99% plus original nickel with some scattered minor scratches. The wood is very good with scattered minor dings and scratches along with the recoil pad replaced. Mechanically fine.

Savage 110 BA Law Enforcement Rifle with Box and Accessories
Item number: 18188131 | Savage 110 BA Law Enforcement Rifle with Box and Accessories

Manufactured without sights. Tapped for scope mounting on top of receiver. With black aluminum adjustable stock. Complete with factory box numbered to gun, three-sided accessory rail, extra recoil pad, tools, lock, and papers.

Near new with only the slightest handling/storage marks. The box is good.

Engraved and Gold Highlighted Weatherby Athena Grade III Over/Under Shotgun
Item number: 18188373 | Engraved and Gold Highlighted Weatherby Athena Grade III Over/Under Shotgun

The receiver, side plates, trigger guard, forearm hardware and break lever have floral scroll engraving. The side plates have gold highlighted game scenes with the left showing a dog pointing at two flushing pheasants and the right side showing a dog pointing at two flushing grouse. The barrels have a single brass bead sight, are threaded for choke tubes with modified/full installed and 3 inch chambers with ejectors. Has a tang mounted safety and a trigger mounted selector. Mounted on a nicely figured, multi-point checkered walnut forearm and round knob pistol grip stock with factory recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 1/4 inches.

Near new with only a few scattered light handling/storage marks overall. Mechanically excellent.

Two Savage Model 93 R17 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Savage Model 93 R17 BTVS Bolt Action Rifle
Item number: 18188132 | Two Savage Model 93 R17 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Savage Model 93 R17 BTVS Bolt Action Rifle with Scope


A) Heavy barrel manufactured without sights. Receiver fitted with Burris scope 3X-9X 40mm. Laminated thumbhole stock with rubber recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to gun, two extra magazines, lock and papers.

Manufucture: Savage Arms Corporation
Model: 93r17-Rifle
BBL: 21 inch round
Stock: laminated
Guage: 17 HMR
Finish: stainless steel
Grips:
Serial Number: 0766399

Condition: Near new with only the slightest handling/storage marks. The box is good.

B) Heavy barrel manufactured without sights. Receiver fitted with scope bases. Laminated thumbhole stock with rubber recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to gun, lock and papers.

Manufucture: Savage Arms Corporation
Model: 93r17-Rifle
BBL: 21 inch round
Stock: laminated
Guage: 17 HMR
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 0737815

Condition: Near new with only the slightest handling/storage marks. The box is very good.

Engraved "CHARLES DALY INC" Marked Belgian Over/Under Shotgun
Item number: 18188374 | Engraved "CHARLES DALY INC" Marked Belgian Over/Under Shotgun

This is a highly desirable ealry Belgium made, Charles Daly over/under shotgun built on a Anson & Deeley, boxlock action, that is equipped with auto ejectors. The receiver, trigger plate, trigger guard, safety switch, forearm hardware and rear portion of the barrels are engraved with floral scroll. There is also rose bouquet engraving on the sides of the receiver, on the trigger plate and on the trigger guard. The barrels have a single brass bead sight, are choked skeet 1/skeet 2 and have 2 3/4 inch chambers with ejectors. Mounted on a multi-point checkered walnut forearm and straight grip stock with Pachmayr recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 1/4 inches.

Excellent, 97% of the original blue finish remains with some wear on the forearm hardware and lower tang along with some scattered minor handling marks. The receiver retains 70% of the bright original case colors with a silvery patina on the balance. The wood is very good with some scattered minor dings and scratches along with a recoil pad added. Mechanically excellent.

Two Browning "T-Bolt" Bolt Action Rifles -A) Browning T-Bolt Sporter Bolt Action Rifle with Box
Item number: 18188133 | Two Browning "T-Bolt" Bolt Action Rifles -A) Browning T-Bolt Sporter Bolt Action Rifle with Box


A) Introduced in 2006. Features a straight-pull, bolt-action and manufactured in Japan without sights. Standard markings, gold washed trigger, and upper tang safety. Checkered pistol grip stock with plastic buttplate and sling swivel studs. Complete with original box numbered to gun, two extra magazines, lock and papers.

Manufucture: Browning Arms
Model: T Bolt-Rifle
BBL: 22 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 22 LR
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 04143MT253

Condition: Near new with only the slightest handling/storage marks. The box is fine.

B) Manufactured in Belgium. Ramp blade front sight and receiver grooved for scope mounts. Checkered pistol grip stock with Browning plastic buttplate.

Manufucture: Browning Arms
Model: T Bolt-Rifle
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 22 LR
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 56745X71

Condition: Near new with slight handling marks.

Sig Arms TR30 Aurora Over/Under Shotgun with Original Box
Item number: 18188375 | Sig Arms TR30 Aurora Over/Under Shotgun with Original Box

Manufactured in 2004. The barrels have a single brass bead sight, are threaded for choke tubes with modified/improved modified installed and 3 inch chambers with ejectors. It is signed next to the trigger "Bottega C. Giovanelli" and the trigger guard is engraved "TR/30". Mounted on a multi-point checkered walnut forearm with Schnabel tip and round knob pistol grip stock with factory recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 3/4 inches. With the original box numbered to the gun, 3 extra choke tubes and choke wrench.

Near new with a few scattered light handling/storage marks overall. Mechanically excellent. Box is very good.

Winchester Model 1885 High Wall Single Shot Rifle Inscribed George W. Cook
Item number: 18188134 | Winchester Model 1885 High Wall Single Shot Rifle Inscribed George W. Cook

Manufactured in 1896. The no. 3 barrel has the two line address ahead of the rear sight slot and "32-40" at the breech. Lyman front sight, filler block in the rear dovetail slot and tang peep sight. Smooth forearm with ebony insert and smooth straight grip stock with crescent buttplate. The left side of the forearm is stamped "GEORGE W. COOK". A simple internet search discovered a George Washington Cook (November 10, 1851 - December 18, 1916) who was a U.S. Representative from Colorado. More research should be done on the aforementioned individual to determine if he was the original owner of this rifle.

Very good. The barrel retains traces of original blue finish in the protected areas with a smooth crisp brown patina on the balance. The receiver retains hints of the original case colors. The wood is also very good with some minor pressure dents and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Engraved Franz Sodia Over/Under Shotgun
Item number: 18188376 | Engraved Franz Sodia Over/Under Shotgun

This example has nearly full coverage engraving on the receiver with two rabbits and a game bird on the left side, three pheasants on the right side and a duck on the underside. There is a snipe engraved on the trigger guard. All of the animals are in a wooded scene with floral scroll engraving on the remainder of the receiver. There is a single brass bead sight on the solid rib, the chokes gauge improved modified/improved modified and the chambers are 2 1/2 inches with ejectors. Mounted on a multi-point checkered three piece walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with grip cap, raised cheekpiece and serrated bare butt with steel toe and heel caps. Length of pull is 14 1/2 inches.

Professionally refurbished, 99% of the high quality blue finish remains with some small patches of minor pitting underneath the finish. The receiver and forearm hardware are bright with nearly all of the engraving sharp. There is some minor oxidation on the lower tang, triggers and trigger guard. The replacement stock is very good with some scattered minor scratches, dings and a small repaired crack on the forearm. The forearm will not release from the barrel and the upper barrel extractor needs work.

Weatherby Custom Mark V Bolt Action Rifle
Item number: 18188135 | Weatherby Custom Mark V Bolt Action Rifle

The barrel has a factory installed muzzle brake and is not tapped for sight mounting. The receiver has a Leupold style two piece scope base with scope rings. The floor plate is engraved with floral scroll designs with "WEATHERBY CUSTOM" in a banner. Mounted on a nicely figured, multi-point checkered walnut pistol grip stock with contrasting forend tip, contrasting grip cap with diamond inlay, raised cheekpiece and a factory recoil pad.

Excellent, 99% of the original blue finish remains with only a few light handling marks. The stock is also excellent with a few scattered light scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent.

Engraved Ithaca Imported SKB Model 700 Over/Under Skeet Shotgun
Item number: 18188377 | Engraved Ithaca Imported SKB Model 700 Over/Under Skeet Shotgun

The barrels have a white bead front sight, a steel mid bead sight, are choked skeet/skeet and have 2 3/4 inch chambers with ejectors. Mounted on a checkered walnut beavertail forearm and pistol grip stock with contrasting grip cap and factory recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 inches.

Excellent, 98% plus of the original blue finish remains with a few scattered light handling marks and some high edge wear. The receiver retains 90% plus of the original nickel finish having a gray background with wear on the high edges along with some scattered minor scratches. The wood is also excellent with some scattered dings and dents along with the recoil pad deteriorating. Mechanically excellent.

Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle in 257 Weatherby Magnum with Scope
Item number: 18188136 | Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle in 257 Weatherby Magnum with Scope

Manufactured in Germany. Barrel is without sights and is fitted with a muzzle break. Equipped with a Weaver V9-W scope on Redfield mounts. Polished fluted bolt and hinged floor plate. Nicely figured pistol grip stock featuring a floral leaf motif with diamond inserts on the forearm sides, raised comb and cheekpiece, vented Weatherby recoil pad, contrasting forend and grip cap (with diamond insert) and leather sling.

Excellent with 98% original blue finish with limited light flaking on the receiver which has taken on a purple hue. The stock is fine with a few runs in the factory finish and a few minor handling marks. Mechanically excellent. The scope is excellent.

Engraved Ithaca Imported SKB Model 600 Over/Under Trap Shotgun
Item number: 18188378 | Engraved Ithaca Imported SKB Model 600 Over/Under Trap Shotgun

Has a white bead front sight, a steel mid bead sight, is choked improved modified/full and has 2 3/4 inch chambers with ejectors. Mounted on a checkered walnut beavertail forearm and pistol grip stock with contrasting grip cap, raised cheekpiece, initial oval and factory recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 1/2 inches.

Excellent, 98% original blue finish with some scattered minor scratches, dings and minor high edge wear. The wood is also excellent with some scattered dings and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle with Deluxe Wood
Item number: 18188137 | Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle with Deluxe Wood

This example does not have provisions for iron sights and the barrel is ported. There is a two piece scope base mounted to the top of the receiver. Mounted on a nicely figured, multi-point skip-line checkered walnut pistol grip stock with contrasting forearm, contrasting grip cap with diamond inlay, raised cheekpiece and factory recoil pad.

Excellent, 99% of the original blue finish remains with some scattered minor scratches and Mag-na-port style porting. The stock is excellent with only a few scattered light handling marks overall. Mechanically excellent.

Engraved Under Lever German Drilling
Item number: 18188379 | Engraved Under Lever German Drilling

The shotgun barrels are 16 gauge, with 2 3/4 inch chambers, choked improved modified/improved modified with an extractor and the rifle barrel is 8.7 mm. Blade front sight and fixed rear sight on the solid matte rib marked "C. GUNTERMANN HOFEUCHSENMACHER". The barrels are nitro proofed and there are German proofs on the underside. The action and break lever are nicely engraved with a floral vine design with a matte panel on top of the action. In addition the left side of the action has two deer in a wooded scene and the right side has a wooded scene of a fox with a freshly caught game bird. Matching serial numbers on the action and barrels. There is a sling swivel mounted on the underside of the rifle barrel. Cocking indicators, tang mounted selector, double triggers, Greener safety on the left wrist and mounted with an exhibition grade replacement multi-point checkered English walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with a cheek piece cartridge compartment, horn grip cap, sling swivel and checkered horn buttplate. The cartridge compartment door is engraved with a red stag in a wooded scene amid floral vine engraving.

Very good as partially refinished (the barrels) and restocked with 98% blue finish remaining on the barrels. The remaining metal surfaces have a smooth gray patina. The wood remains excellent with only light handling marks and sharp checkering. The engraving remains crisp. Mechanically excellent.

Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle in 300 Magnum with Scope
Item number: 18188138 | Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle in 300 Magnum with Scope

Manufactured in Germany without sights. Equipped with a Weatherby 3-9x44 scope. Polished fluted bolt and nicely figured pistol grip stock with skip line checkering, contrasting forend and grip cap (with diamond insert), raised comb and cheekpiece, solid Decelerator recoil pad added to a 1 inch spacer and leather sling.

Very fine. The rifle retains 97% original blue finish with loss at the muzzle and some light spotting. The stock is very good as modified (see above) with some scattered minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent. The scope is excellent.

Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle in 340 Weatherby Magnum
Item number: 18188139 | Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle in 340 Weatherby Magnum

Manufactured in Japan. Barrel without sights and scope rings mounted on the receiver. Polished fluted bolt and hinged floor plate. Nicely figured pistol grip stock with skip-line checkering, contrasting forend and grip cap (with diamond insert), raised comb and cheekpiece, vented Weatherby recoil pad and nylon sling.

Excellent, with nearly all of the original blue finish remaining with a few very scattered minor handling marks. A large scuff mark is present on the bolt handle knob. The stock is also excellent with a few very scattered minor handling marks and sharp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Factory Engraved Gold Washed Deluxe Marlin Model 1897 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188380 | Factory Engraved Gold Washed Deluxe Marlin Model 1897 Lever Action Rifle

This is a unique example of a seldom found factory engraved Marlin Model that was manufactured in 1900. The receiver is finely engraved with scroll patterns with a curly and wavy line border. In addition there is a round panel on the left side with a buck in a wooded scene. A similar type of engraving featured on a Model 1897 is pictured and described as a No. 1 engraving in William Brophy's book MARLIN FIREARMS on pages 531 and 534. The top barrel flat is marked with the two line "THE MARLIN FIREARMS CORPORATION/NEW HAVEN CONN. U.S.A. PATENTED". The bottom line is flanked by outward pointing arrows. The upper left rear flat is marked "22 S-L- L-R" flanked by outward pointing arrows and the upper right rear flat is marked with "JM" in an oval. The top of the receiver is engraved "MARLIN SAFETY" with a wavy line border on three sides. The serial number appears on the bottom of the receiver. The barrel is equipped with a dovetail ivory beaded front blade sight and an adjustable rear sporting sight. The upper tang is fitted with a short range Lyman #1 peep sight. Full length magazine tube, all gold washed finish except for blue sights and mounted with a deluxe checkered walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with a crescent buttplate. Information provided by the consignor states that the rifle was shipped from the warehouse on January 15, 1900 with a 24 inch 22 SLLR octagon barrel, full magazine, rifle buttplate, deluxe pistol grip stock and forearm with factory "A" checkering, factory #1 scroll engraved receiver with a deer on the left side with a full nickel finish. The gun was returned to the factory in 1922 and fitted with the Marlins Firearms Corporation barrel and new Model 39 coil hammer spring, the latter being first available in 1922. The Marlin firearms Corporation was in existence from 1921 to 1924. The gold wash finish was done when the barrel was replaced. An accompanying Cody Firearms Records Office letter verifies the rifle configuration, caliber, 24 inch octagon barrel, pistol grip stock and shipment on January 15, 1900. Corporation Marlins don't show up every day. Of the few Corporation Marlin's produced, between 1921 and 1924, to be engraved and gold washed is extremely rare and unique. Provenance: Len Guldman Collection, Denver, Colorado.

Fine as factory replated/rebarreled (see above). The rifle retains much of the gold wash finish in protected areas with the original nickel finish visible on the balance. There are a few minor dings on the barrel. The wood is also fine with a small area of gouging on the stock near the toe on the left side, a series of small dents on the dings on the right side, some minor dents and dings on the forearm and overall crisp checkering. The markings and engraving are crisp and clear. The action is excellent.

Unique Engraved St. Etienne Hammer Drilling
Item number: 18188381 | Unique Engraved St. Etienne Hammer Drilling

The 12 gauge Damascus shotgun barrels feature improved cylinder/full chokes, 2 1/2 inch chambers and extractor. The rifle barrel gauges at 41 caliber (centerfire) and there are no caliber markings. Blade front sight and four leaf express rear sight (three folding, one fixed) on a solid rib with the St. Etienne marking. The barrels and forearm are numbered to the gun. Floral engraved trigger guard, frame, hammers and lock plates with double triggers and tang selector. The pistol grip stock is checkered, retractable sling and mottled red hard rubber buttplate featuring a cross cannon/arrow MF logo. Length of pull is 14 inches.

Very fine. The barrels retain 80% of the brown Damascus. The remaining metal surfaces retain 85% of the case colors. The wood is also very fine with some minor handling marks and some minor blemishes in the checkering. Mechanically fine.

Weatherby Mark V Lightweight Sporter Bolt Action Rifle with Scope and Box
Item number: 18188140 | Weatherby Mark V Lightweight Sporter Bolt Action Rifle with Scope and Box

This example has a Tasco World Class 6-24x44 target scope with bubble level, a 3" sunshade and a 5" sunshade in low scope rings on a Buehler two piece scope base attached to the top of the receiver. There is a single shot adaptor on top of the standard follower. Mounted on a multi-point checkered walnut pistol grip stock with raised cheekpiece and factory recoil pad. With the original box numbered to the gun, screw on lens covers and with a scope box.

Excellent, 99% of the original blue finish remains with a few scattered minor scratches. The stock is also excellent with a few minor handling marks. Mechanically fine with magazine spring broken. The scope is excellent as well with clear optics. The box is very good.

Engraved "H. Wilmes" Marked Back Action Hammer Drilling
Item number: 18188382 | Engraved "H. Wilmes" Marked Back Action Hammer Drilling

The receiver , trigger guard, lock plates, cartridge trap, hammers, break lever and forearm hardware are engraved with floral scroll. The sides of the receiver and lock plates are also engraved with game scenes. The left side of the receiver shows a doe and the right side shows a red stag roaring. The left lock plate is engraved with a rabbit and the right lock plate is engraved with a wild boar. The barrels are marked "H. Wilmes" and "Silbach i/W.", have a beaded blade front sight, a flip up rear sight, are choked .025/.033 and have 2 5/8 inch chambers with an extractor. The bottom of the rifle barrel is stamped "8,8mm/72" for the caliber and with the date "10/28". There is a tang mounted selector switch and has a front single set trigger. Mounted on a nicely figured, multi-point checkered walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with raised cheekpiece and serrated horn buttplate. Length of pull is 14 inches.

Very good, 75% of the thinning blue refinish remains on the barrels with the remainder having a smooth brown patina. The casehardened components retain strong traces of original vivid case colors in the protected areas with a silvery gray patina on the balance. The wood is very good with the grip cap absent, a repaired chip at the grip cap area and scattered light dings and scratches. Mechanically needs work, top lever broken spring needs replaced, left firing pin will not retract and trigger will not set.

German Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle
Item number: 18188141 | German Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle

The barrel on this example is not tapped for iron sight mounting. The top of the receiver is tapped for scope bases. Mounted on skip-line checkered walnut pistol grip stock with contrasting forend tip, contrasting grip cap with white diamond inlay, raised cheekpiece and factory recoil pad.

Excellent, 95% of the original blue finish remains with some scattered minor scratches and wear marks. The top of the receiver has some bedding compound present and some spots of discoloration. The refinished stock is very good with scattered minor scratches and dings along with the contrasting grip cap having a glue repaired crack. Mechanically excellent.

Engraved Oskar Weihrauch Double Barrel Hammerless Shotgun
Item number: 18188383 | Engraved Oskar Weihrauch Double Barrel Hammerless Shotgun

Dual bead sights, 2 7/8 inch chambers lengthened from 2 1/2 inches, extractor and extra full/extra full chokes. Left barrel is marked "OSKAR WEIHRAUCH ZELLA-MEHLIS" with a wide engraved band on both barrels at the breech. Eagle proofs are present. The scalloped boxlock action features full coverage of relief engraved oak leaf pattern with game scenes. Three ducks in a marsh scene on the left side, four pheasants in a woodland scene on the right side and a hunting dog in a woodland scene on the underside. Double triggers, cocking indicators, tang safety with "S" in gold and horn trigger guard. Mounted with a checkered pistol grip stock with a custom roll-over high comb walnut piece added. 1 inch walnut stock extension. Custom replacement skip-line checkered beavertail forearm. Engraved grip cap and vented Pachmayr recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 inches.

Very fine as refinished. The barrels retain 95% plus of the blue finish with the balance a smooth plum patina. The receiver has faded to an attractive silver-gray. The wood is fine as modified (see above) with a few minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Factory Engraved Holland & Holland Under Lever 10 Bore Double Barrel Hammer Rifle with Sling
Item number: 18188142 | Factory Engraved Holland & Holland Under Lever 10 Bore Double Barrel Hammer Rifle with Sling

This massive 10 bore rifle has 24 inch rifled barrels with a solid rib and dolls head extension. The rib is matted from the front sight back 5 5/8 inches and from the breech to the back of the rear sight, the remainder of the rib is smooth. Blade front sight with a fold down brass sight with an ivory sighting face and the rear sight is a "v" notch fixed sight. The top rear of the right barrel is marked "HOLLAND & HOLLAND 98 NEW BOND STREET LONDON" and the right barrel is marked "WINNER OF ALL THE FIELD RIFLE TRIALS LONDON" and the receiver left side of the is marked "CHARGE 8 DRAMS 3 1/4 INCH CASE". Each lock is marked "HOLLAND/&/HOLLAND". The receiver, lock plates, hammers, break lever and forearm hardware feature an English scroll engraving. The barrel flats are marked with various British proofs, with the matching serial number and "G22OP". The water table is marked with a "crown/V" proof and the matching serial number on each side. Mounted with a multi-point checkered walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with an engraved steel grip cap, cheekpiece, solid recoil pad, gold initial oval and white leather sling. Length of pull is 14 inches, drop at comb is 1 3/4 inches, drop at heel is 2 3/4 inches, cast off is 1/4 inch.

Very good. The barrels have a smooth brown patina showing some traces of thin blue finish. The remaining metal surfaces have a smooth gray patina. The wood is good with some minor dings, scratches and moderate sanding wear present overall and on the checkering. The sling is good with replacement loops (brown leather) , showing some flexing cracks and soiling. The markings are engraving are crisp and clear. Mechanically fine.

Engraved August Jung Hammerless Box Lock Drilling
Item number: 18188384 | Engraved August Jung Hammerless Box Lock Drilling

This example was manufactured in May of 1927. The receiver is engraved with floral scroll and game scenes. The left side shows a red stag roaring and the right side shows a capercaillie grouse strutting. The barrels are engraved with the bust of a buck roe deer in a panel over the chambers. The barrels have a beaded blade front sight, a flip up rear sight, claw mounts, are choked .030/.035 and have 2 5/8 inch chambers with an extractor. Has cocking indicators on the top tang, a selector switch on the top tang, a Greener style side safety and a front set trigger. Mounted on a multi-point checkered walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with raised cheekpiece, cartridge trap and horn trigger guard, grip cap and serrated buttplate. Length of pull is 14 inches.

Fine, the barrels retain 50% of the original blue finish with scattered light scratches, wear and some small spots of oxidation. Strong traces of the original case colors remain in the protected areas. The engraving and markings remain sharp. The wood is good with a poorly repaired crack in the forearm, scattered dings and scratches and smoothed checkering. Mechanically good but the trigger does not set.

John Dickson & Son Side by Side Damascus Double Barrel Hammer Rifle
Item number: 18188143 | John Dickson & Son Side by Side Damascus Double Barrel Hammer Rifle

Polished bead blade front sight and two leaf rear sight, with the 200 yard leaf accented with silver and the 100 yard leaf with a triangular ivory insert, Damascus twist pattern barrels with "JOHN DICKSON & SON." on the left barrel and "63.PRINCES STREET. EDINBURGH." on the right. The frame and back action locks are extensively scroll and floral engraved, with "JOHN DIXON/& SON" and a sliding half-cock safety on each lock. Checkered pistol grip stock, with engraved hardware on the splinter forearm, engraved steel grip cap, sling eyes, blank silver inscription oval, raised shadow-line cheekpiece and engraved steel heel and toe plates on the checkered naked butt.

Very good as professionally refinished. The barrels show 95% of the brown, with scattered light handling marks and a strong Damascus pattern. Heavy pitting is present on the right breech. The frame and locks show a smooth gray overall, with traces of color on the hammers and niter blue on the safeties. Stock is very good, with various dings and dents. Mechanically very good.

J.P. Sauer Box Lock Hammerless Double Barrel Shotgun
Item number: 18188385 | J.P. Sauer Box Lock Hammerless Double Barrel Shotgun

Single brass bead sight on the concave solid matte rib, 2 3/4 inch chambers opened up to 3 inch, barrels gauge at extra full/full with extractor. The underside and barrel flats are marked with various German proofs. There is a panel on the matte rib marked "FORTUNA VORM J.P. SAUER & SOHN SUHL" and the top of each barrel at the breech end is marked "SPECIAL - GEWEHR intertwined rings LAUF-STAHL S.G.1". The breech end of the barrels is engraved with a double band of small circles and the action very light simple line engraving. There is a sling swivel mounted on the underside of the barrels, double triggers, cocking indicators, tang mounted automatic safety and mounted with a checkered walnut forearm and straight grip stock with a serrated horn buttplate and sling swivel.

Very good. The barrels retain 90% original blue finish with some thinning, areas of finish loss and a couple of small areas of minor spotting. The break lever and trigger guard retain 98% original bright blue finish. The action retains 90% original case colors with areas faded to a smooth gray patina. The wood is very good overall with the stock having been freshened with a coat of varnish some time ago. Most of the varnish remains with some crazing and a few minor dents. The forearm shows a few minor dings and handling marks, and overall the checkering is crisp. The markings are clear. Mechanically fine.

Engraved Holland & Holland Double Barrel Back Action Hammer Rifle
Item number: 18188144 | Engraved Holland & Holland Double Barrel Back Action Hammer Rifle

Blade front sight and three leaf rear sight on a partially matted rib. The barrel flats have several British proofs along with "390 450/400 2 3/8" and "32-270". The barrels are numbered to the gun and have an extractor. The left barrel is marked "HOLLAND & HOLLAND 98 NEW BOND STREET LONDON" and the right barrel is marked "WINNER OF ALL THE FIELD RIFLE TRIALS LONDON". The receiver, is marked "CHARGE 3 DRAMS BOTTLE CASE 2 3/8 INCHES" on the left side and the lock plates are marked "HOLLAND/&/HOLLAND". The receiver, lock plates, hammers, break lever and forearm hardware feature English scroll engraving. Equipped with sliding hammer safeties. Nicely figured pistol grip stock with checkering, cheekpiece, single barrel wedge, blank silver initial oval, engraved grip cap and serrated Bakelite buttplate. The forearm is numbered to the gun.

Fine as refinished. The barrels retain 30% of the blue finish with the balance a smooth brown patina. The remaining metal surfaces retain 40% of the case colors. The front triggerguard screw is an undersized replacement. The wood is very fine with a few minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically fine.

Engraved W. R. Pape Side by Side Damascus Barrel Hammer Shotgun with Case and Accessories
Item number: 18188386 | Engraved W. R. Pape Side by Side Damascus Barrel Hammer Shotgun with Case and Accessories

Tight English floral scroll engraving covers the side plates, receiver, trigger guard, hammers, break lever and forearm hardware. "W R PAPE" is engraved in a banner on both side plates along with a few roses. The barrel rib has a single steel bead sight and is engraved "W R PAPE NEWCASTLE ON TYNE INVENTOR OF CHOKE BORING". Pape is considered to be the inventor of chokes in shotgun barrels because in Pape's patent no. 1501 of 1866 he outlines how to make a barrel with a choke. These barrels are choked cylinder/full and have 2 9/16 inch chambers with an extractor. The right bore measures .725 with a wall thickness of .057 and the left bore measures .732 with a wall thickness of .053. Mounted on a nicely figured, multi-point checkered walnut splinter forearm with horn accent tip and a straight grip stock with a blank silver initial shield and a serrated horn buttplate. Length of pull is 14 1/4 inches. Drop at comb is 2 1/16 inches and drop at heel is 2 3/4 inches. With a leather covered takedown hardcase with a William Rochester Pape label, a bore brush, a bore mop, a patch holder, a pull through bore brush, cleaning rod and a nickel plated oiler. With a magazine article from Sporting Gun about William Pape and choke boring.

Refinished, the barrels retain 95% of the brown finish with nearly all of the Damascus pattern visible. There are some light dings and scratches on the barrel and the markings are faint. The casehardened components have a silvery gray patina overall. There is moderate pitting on the trigger guard which has obscured the engraving. The remainder of the engraving remains sharp and well defined. The right hammer has been repaired. The wood is good as refinished with the forearm checkering worn smooth with minor marks and the buttstock has scattered dings and scratches with recut checkering. Mechanically fine. The case is good with scratches, indentations and scuffs along with a repair around the top inside edge of the bottom.

Rare Antique, Deluxe, Gold-Plated, Engraved, Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine with Factory
Item number: 18188145 | Rare Antique, Deluxe, Gold-Plated, Engraved, Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine with Factory Letter

Winchester Model 1892 carbine with Cody Firearms Records Office Letter. The letter states that this carbine was shipped from Winchester on March 4, 1898. The letter describes the carbine features as: "Caliber 44, Fancy Checkered Stock" and "Bright Frame Butt Plates & Bands". This means that the gun was shipped absent of finish for engraving outside of factory. The carbine has a standard block mounted front sight behind the upper barrel band, folding leaf rear sight graduated to 200 yards (20), staple mounted saddle ring on the left side of the frame and a solid carbine style buttplate. The receiver, rear portion of the barrel, both barrel bands and heel of the buttplate are decorated with well executed scroll engraving on a punch-dot background. The barrel bands and receiver are gold washed or gold plated. The stock and forearm are highly figured fancy grain walnut with a piano finish and Winchester "Style H" checkering. The factory notation "Bright Frame Butt Plates & Bands" indicates that the carbine was shipped unfinished for outside engraving and finishing. The engraving is high quality but slightly less delicate than Winchester factory work. The top of the barrel is engraved "SEBASTIAN SALINAS" in block letters above the lower barrel band. An illegible military style cartouche and the rack number "213" are neatly stamped on both sides of the stock just above the buttplate. The top of the barrel is roll-stamped "MANUFACTURED BY THE/- WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN CONN. U.S.A.-" between the lower barrel band and the rear sight. The caliber "44 W.C.F." is stamped on the top of the barrel between the rear sight and the receiver in an engraved oval surrounded by scrollwork. The serial number "80444" is stamped across the bottom of the receiver in an engraved oval. "MODEL 1892./-WINCHESTER-/PAT. OCT. 14. 1884." is roll-stamped in three lines on the upper receiver tang. The marking is surrounded by an engraved double line border. The engraving, deluxe stock and forearm and gold finish indicate that this carbine was the property of a wealthy individual or an important military or political figure. The rack numbers and cartouches on the stock indicate that the carbine subsequently saw military service; probably in Mexico during the revolutions and political upheavals during the early 20th Century. Research could reveal the identity of Sebastian Salinas and provide clues to the history of this unique carbine.

Very good. The carbine shows hard use and retains 30% of the gold washed finish on the receiver and barrel bands. The balance of the metal surfaces have aged to a dark brown patina. The metal surfaces are age textured with scattered light pitting. The engraving remains sharp and all of the markings on the barrel and receiver are legible. The stock and forearm are both in very good overall condition with moderate to heavy handling wear. This is a rare and unique Winchester Model 1892 carbine that probably has a colorful history.

Cased Engraved Charles Lancaster Under Lever Damascus Double Barrel Hammer Shotgun with Accessories
Item number: 18188387 | Cased Engraved Charles Lancaster Under Lever Damascus Double Barrel Hammer Shotgun with Accessories

Manufactured circa 1858. Single bead sight on the smooth concave solid rib marked with a faint makers address. The frame, hammers, locks and lever are engraved with fine English scroll designs. Each side of the frame is marked "CHARLES LANCASTER'S PATENT" and the locks are marked "C. LANCASTER LONDON/PATENT" The matching serial number is marked on the trigger guard, water table and underside of each barrel under the forearm. 2 1/2 inch chambers, chokes gauge at full/full with extractor. The bores measure .733/.737 and the wall thickness is .085. Mounted with a checkered walnut splinter forearm with horn forend and straight grip stock with a checkered bare butt, engraved heel and toe plate, and silver initial oval. Comes in an oak case with brass corner protectors and green felt lining with a maker's label affixed to the inside of the lid. The interior has 10 compartments, three have lids with ivory pulls. In the case is a nickel oiler, two piece wooden cleaning rod, pull through bore mop in a leather pouch, bore mop, jag and wire brush. Length of pull is 13 3/4 inches. Drop at the comb is 2 1/4 inches, drop at the heel is 2 7/8 inches, and zero cast and toe.

Partially refinished, the barrels which retain 20% brown finish with a smooth gray and brown patina on the balance. The remaining metal surfaces have a brown patina showing scattered hints of original case colors. The wood is good with a repair on the upper left front of the forearm, some scattered minor dings and handling marks. The checkering on the stock wrist has been recut and all of the checkering remains crisp. Unless noted above the markings are clear. The action is fine. The case is good with some minor cracks in the lid, some contact wear and staining on the lining and an area of deteriorating lining.

Engraved Merkel Side by Side Double Rifle
Item number: 18188146 | Engraved Merkel Side by Side Double Rifle

This example has the date code "5AD" and was manufactured in May of 2003. The barrels have a brass insert blade front sight and a fixed rear sight. The rear quarter of the rib is raised and has places to install scope bases. The sides of the receiver, trigger plate, trigger guard, break lever and rear portion of the barrels have flourishes of floral scroll engraving. The bottom flats of the barrels are marked with the caliber "8x57 IRS". Fitted with a single non-selectable trigger, ejectors and an automatic safety. Mounted on a multi-point checkered walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with smooth plastic grip cap, hogsback profile buttstock and serrated plastic buttplate.

Excellent, 99% plus of the original blue finish remains with only a few scattered light handling marks. The receiver remains bright with a few scattered light handling marks. The wood is also excellent with a few scattered light marks. Mechanically fine, but forearm will not release.

Engraved Dumoulin & Co. Side by Side Box Lock Shotgun
Item number: 18188388 | Engraved Dumoulin & Co. Side by Side Box Lock Shotgun

The receiver, trigger plate, trigger guard and forearm hardware have copious amounts of masterfully executed tight English scroll engraving. The fences are engraved with a deep relief floral leaf pattern. The trigger plate is engraved "F. DUMOULIN & CIE" and "LIEGE & LONDON". The barrels have a single brass bead sight, are choked improved modified/improved modified and have 2 1/2 inch chambers with an extractor. The top of the barrels are marked "E.S.C. VICKERS WORKS-NICKEL STEEL". The water table is stamped with the serial number along with Belgian proofmarks. The serial number is also stamped on the bottom flat of the barrels and on the inside of the forearm hardware. Mounted on a nicely figured, multi-point checkered splinter forearm and Prince of Wales stock with fancy checkered teardrop flats and a recoil pad. Length of pull is 13 3/4 inches.

Very good as refinished, the barrels retain 99% of the refurbished rust blue finish with some scattered light scratches and some areas of minor pitting under the finish. A sling swivel has been added to the bottom of the barrels. The receiver has been polished to a bright appearance with an area of aged patina around the "SAFE" marking. The trigger plate retains 99% of a plum brown blue finish. The trigger guard appears to retain strong traces of the original blue finish with some areas of brown patina and some polished areas. The wood is very good as refinished with scattered dings and scratches along with a small hairline crack in the forearm and a few small chips absent. The recoil pad has been added at a later date. Mechanically fine.

Luxus Arms Model 11 FQ Single Shot Rifle with Box
Item number: 18188147 | Luxus Arms Model 11 FQ Single Shot Rifle with Box

Produced without sights, with a quarter rib on the rear of the barrel and the caliber marking engraved on the upper left side. The frame is brightly case hardened, with "LUXUS/ARMS/L92" engraved on the underside, combination trigger guard and break lever and a right side mounted cocking lever. Checkered fancy walnut pistol grip stock, with a casehardened gripcap sling bases, and a Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad. With shipping box and papers. The included factory brochure lays out the standard features and additional options such as the case color action available on the Model 11 custom rifle. Each rifle is "carefully built" to a client's desires. The rifles are mounted on hand shaped and hand rubbed oil finished stocks. These highly dependable rifles were "designed and developed from the ground up to be reliable, accurate, balanced and beautiful, and most of all, to be used!" A fantastic single shot custom rifle for hunters seeking a lightweight, elegant design.

Near new in box, with some light handling marks overall. The case colors are bright and vivid, and the wood grain is excellent. Mechanically excellent.

W.W. Greener Side Lever Side by Side 10 Gauge Shotgun
Item number: 18188389 | W.W. Greener Side Lever Side by Side 10 Gauge Shotgun

Single bead sight, solid rib marked "W.W. GREENER St MARY'S WORKS BIRMINGHAM", 2 3/4 inch chambers, barrel release on right side of frame and length of pull 14 1/8 inches. Scroll engraved action with "W.W. GREENER" marked on the lock plates. Nicely figured and checkered forearm and straight grip stock with a blank initial oval and flat metal buttplate. With a signed copy (8 of 100) of the book THE GREENER STORY by Graham Greener.

Good. The shotgun has a bright appearance with areas of minor pitting present on the barrels towards the muzzles and breech. The wood is very good with some worn checkering (re-cut forearm checkering) and a number of minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Pedersoli Kodiak Mark IV Double Barrel Express Rifle
Item number: 18188148 | Pedersoli Kodiak Mark IV Double Barrel Express Rifle

Ramped blade front sight with brass bead and three folding leaf rear sights with 100, 200 and 300 yard markings on the smooth solid rib. The barrel lug is marked "MADE IN ITALY", and the flats are marked with various Italian proof marks, "CAL 45-70", Pedersoli logo and import marking. The water table is marked with the Pedersoli logo and "MK 919" on the right side and "C5494" followed by three proof marks on the left. There is a sling swivel mounted on the underside of the barrels. Brown barrels, casehardened remaining parts and mounted with a nicely figured straight grain checkered walnut splinter forearm and pistol grip stock with cheekpiece, solid recoil pad and sling swivel.

Excellent. The barrels retain 99% brown and casehardened finish. The wood is also excellent with only light handling marks and sharp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Merkel Model KR1 Stutzen Premium Bolt Action Rifle with Original Box
Item number: 18188149 | Merkel Model KR1 Stutzen Premium Bolt Action Rifle with Original Box

Manufactured in 2006. Red fiber optic front ramp sight and three dot yellow fiber optic fixed rear sight. Has a single set trigger. The top of the barrel has notches for scope mounting. There is a casehardened bolt cover that slides on rails along with the bolt. Mounted on a full length walnut pistol grip stock with steel forearm cap, contrasting wood strip, fish scale checkering, sling swivels, hogsback comb, Bavarian raised cheekpiece and solid recoil pad. With original box numbered to gun and manual.

Near new with some scattered minor handling/storage marks overall. Mechanically excellent. Box is very good.

Cased William Powell & Son Push-up Double Barrel Shotgun
Item number: 18188390 | Cased William Powell & Son Push-up Double Barrel Shotgun

Manufactured in the 1860s. The locks are marked "WILLIAM POWELL & SON", border engraved locks, trigger guard and forearm hardware. The water table is marked "POWELLS/2199/PATENT" with two Birmingham proof marks. Damascus barrels with a single bead sight on the smooth concave solid rib marked with the number "1" and "WILLIAM POWELL & CO 35 CARRS LANE BIRMINGHAM". The matching serial number is marked on the lower tang, bottom of each barrel and on the forearm hardware. The number "1" is also on the forearm hardware. Push-up lever mounted on the upper tang marked with a bold "1" and mounted with a checkered walnut splinter forearm and straight grip stock with an iron buttplate and silver initial oval. 2 1/2 inch chambers, choked improved cylinder/improved cylinder with extractor. Length of pull is 14 1/2 inches. Comes in a hard canvas case with leather trim and green felt lining with a William Powell & Son label affixed to the inside of the lid. In the case is a two piece wooden cleaning rod and glass oiler (lid applicator absent).

Fine as refinished, the barrels with 95% brown finish remaining and showing almost all of the Damascus pattern. The remaining metal surfaces have a smooth gray patina. The wood is excellent with a few small chips along the upper edge of the forearm , light handling marks and sharp checkering. The barrel rib marking is a bit faint and the lock markings are clear. Mechanically fine.

Sharps Model 1874 "Old Reliable" Single Shot Sporting Rifle
Item number: 18188391 | Sharps Model 1874 "Old Reliable" Single Shot Sporting Rifle

The top barrel flat is marked "SHARPS RIFLE CO. BRIDGEPORT, CONN." ahead of the rear sight, and script "Old Reliable" in a rectangle with flattened corners, and "45" at the breech. The bottom flat is marked with the matching serial number and "4 6/16" under the forearm. The inside of the forearm is stamped "6855". The serial number is marked on the upper tang and the left side of the receiver is marked "SHARPS RIFLE CO/PAT. APR 6 1869". Dovetailed German silver blade front sight and Lawrence Patent marked folding ladder rear sight without graduations. Blue barrel, casehardened remaining parts, double set triggers and mounted with a smooth walnut forearm and straight grip stock with a carbine style buttplate. Sharps manufactured approximately 6,500 Model 1874 Sporting rifles.

Fine. The barrel retains 50% original blue with streaks of original thin blue finish mixed with a smooth plum patina on the balance. The lock is a mix of smooth brown and smooth silver gray patina with traces of the original case colors in the protected areas. The remaining metal surfaces have a smooth mottled gray and brown patina. The wood is very good with most of the original varnish remaining and showing numerous small minor dents and scratches. The markings are clear and legible. The action is excellent.

Sauer Model 202 Bolt Action Rifle with Box
Item number: 18188150 | Sauer Model 202 Bolt Action Rifle with Box

Manufactured in 2004. The barrel is tapped for sight mounting with filler screws installed. There is a Leupold two piece QR scope base attached to the top of the receiver. Mounted on a checkered walnut two piece pistol grip stock with Schnabel tip, flush cups with sling swivels, right hand palm swell, raised cheekpiece and factory recoil pad. With the original box numbered to the gun.

Excellent, 99% of the original blue finish remains with only a few minor marks. The wood is also excellent with some scattered minor scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent. The box is good.

Unmarked Engraved and Gold Inlaid Belgian Side by Side Side Lock Shotgun
Item number: 18188392 | Unmarked Engraved and Gold Inlaid Belgian Side by Side Side Lock Shotgun

This example has extensive floral scroll engraving on the lock plates, receiver, trigger plate and trigger guard. There is an engraved fox in a panel on the left side plate and a wild boar on the right side plate. Gold wire inlay surrounds the game scene panels and there are gold wire inlaid bands and a decorative pattern at the breech end of the barrels. The barrels have a single brass bead sight, are choked -.015/.000 and have 2 5/8 inch chambers with an extractor. Mounted on a nicely figured, multi-point checkered walnut forearm with rosewood tip, rosewood grip cap and a Pachmayr recoil pad. Length of pull is 15 inches.

Refinished, the barrels retain 95% of the high quality blue finish with scattered scratches, dings and wear. The coin finished components have a smooth gray patina with some scratches and dings. Most of the gold inlay remains. The replacement stock is excellent with some scattered minor scratches and dings. Mechanically fine.

Alexander Henry Under-Lever Back Action Hammer Damascus Barrel Double Rifle
Item number: 18188151 | Alexander Henry Under-Lever Back Action Hammer Damascus Barrel Double Rifle

Manufactured circa 1880s. Blade front sight and two leaf rear sight, one fixed, one folding on matte rib, which has a smooth section marked "ALEXr. HENRY EDINBURGH AND LONDON" and a Damascus pattern on the barrels. The casehardened action and hammers are decorated with tight scroll engraved bordering. Each lock is marked "ALEXr. HENRY". The water table is marked with the matching serial number, two "Crown/V" proofs and "AH". The barrel flats are marked with various proof marks and the barrels are marked "HENRY'S PATENT 1333" and "1334". Sliding hammer safeties and mounted with a checkered walnut splinter forearm with lightly border engraved hardware and pistol grip stock with engraved grip cap with compartment, checkered bore butt with engraved steel toe and feel caps and a sling swivel eye. There is also a sling eye mounted on the underside of the barrels.

Very good as refinished. The barrels retain 20% scattered brown finish and most of the Damascus pattern remains. The locks retain 90% case colors and the frame retains 50% case colors mixed with smooth a gray patina. The remaining metal surfaces have a smooth grayish patina. The wood is also very good with scattered minor dents and scratches, crisp checkering, and some black marker on the right side. The markings are clear. Mechanically fine.

Unknown Engraved French Side by Side Shotgun
Item number: 18188393 | Unknown Engraved French Side by Side Shotgun

The receiver has floral scroll and game scenes engraved on it. The left side shows two pheasants in a field and the right side shows two ducks in flight. The barrels have two brass bead sights, are choked light modified/light modified and have 2 3/4 inch chambers with an extractor. Mounted on a nicely figured, multi-point checkered walnut forearm and Prince of Wales stock with checkered teardrop flats and a Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad with spacer. Length of pull is 14 inches.

Very good as partially refinished (barrels), the barrels retain 95% of the blue finish with a patch of minor pitting on the right barrel over the chamber, some scattered light dings and a few scattered scratches. The coin finished components remain mostly bright with some oxidation and discoloration on the bottom of the receiver, trigger plate and lower tang. The wood is very good as shortened and refinished with a recoil pad added, a small putty repair on the left teardrop and some scattered minor scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent.

John Dickson & Son Double Barrel 450 Express Hammer Rifle
Item number: 18188152 | John Dickson & Son Double Barrel 450 Express Hammer Rifle

Manufactured in 1886. The solid rib is tapped for scope mounting (four holes), is fitted with a blade front sight and a three leaf rear sight (two folding, one fixed) and is marked "JOHN DICKSON & SON, 63 PRINCES STREET EDINBURGH". The barrel flats are marked with crown/letter proofs, the serial number and "450 EX". The barrels have an extractor and a band of light engraving at the breech. The water table is marked with the serial number, two "crown/V" proofs and "JD&S". The lock plates are marked "JOHN DICKSON & SON". The nicely figured custom replacement forearm and pistol grip stock feature multi-point checkering, a metal grip cap, a blank initial oval and a solid Old English Pachmayr recoil pad. Established in 1820, John Dickson & Son continues to manufacture quality firearms under the name Dickson & MacNaughton, which brought together many of the most famous names in Scottish gunmaking under one trade company.

Very fine as professionally refurbished. The rifle retains 98% of the blue finish with some minor thinning on the break lever. The upper tang has been repaired and the right lock plate has a couple finished over spots of minor pitting. The wood is very fine with a couple small chips missing near the upper tang and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Perkins London Double Barrel Percussion Shotgun
Item number: 18188394 | Perkins London Double Barrel Percussion Shotgun

The lock plate has a scroll and bird game scene engraving and are signed "Perkins". Scroll engraved fish hammers, barrel tang, buttplate, forearm tip, stock cap compartment and trigger guard, with the forearm tip, cap compartment, buttplate and trigger guard being German silver. An inlaid band is featured on the breech of the barrels and is followed by a 4 inch long inlaid pattern on the wide solid rib. The 1 inch wide barrel rib is marked "London fine Twist" in a banner flanked by engraved scrollwork. Checkered half stock with a 14 1/4 inch length of pull. The number "5366" is stamped underneath the barrel on the rib.

Fine as period refinished. The barrels retain 40% of the blue finish with a smooth brown patina on the balance. A series of scratches is present on the left barrel at the breech. The action components and barrel tang have a smooth artificial patina. The German silver components are fine. The stock is also fine with some chipping on the forearm, a few minor handling marks. Mechanically fine. missing ramrod.

Extensively Engraved Wilhelm Collath C3 Under-Lever Hammerless Drilling
Item number: 18188153 | Extensively Engraved Wilhelm Collath C3 Under-Lever Hammerless Drilling

The left side of the receiver is engraved with a game scene showing both a buck and doe roe deer in a wooded scene. The right side shows a mature red stag and a yearling red stag in a wooded scene. Above the safety switch on the top tang is the bust of a red stag and below the safety is the bust of a roe deer. The remainder of the receiver is engraved with floral scroll. The left side is engraved "W. COLLATH, SOHNE" and the right side is engraved "FRANKFURT A.O.". The underlever, trigger guard, grip cap and buttplate are horn. Has a rifle/shotgun selector switch on the front right side of the trigger guard and has a front single set trigger. The lid of the cartridge trap on the underside of the buttstock is engraved with three Capercaillie grouse. The barrels have a blade front sight, pop up brass bead sight and pop up blade rear sight on the solid matte rib and are choked .025/.043. The bottom of the shotgun barrels are stamped with a "3" in a circle which stands for Collath's No. 3 horizontal pinfire cartridge. A 16 gauge shell will not chamber. The bore measures .691 which is equivalent to a 14 gauge. On the inside of the receiver and on the bottom of the barrel is marked "TESCO". Mounted on a nicely figured, multi-point checkered walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with raised cheekpiece. Length of pull is 14 inches.

Very good as partially refinished (barrels), 70% of the blue finish remains with a large patch of cleaned oxidation on the right barrel, some scattered freckling and scattered minor patches of pitting through the finish. The coin finished components have a gray patina with some areas of minor oxidation and discoloration. The wood is very good with a small chip at the rear of the top tang along with scattered scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent.

P. Ebert Double Barrel 16 Gauge Percussion Shotgun
Item number: 18188395 | P. Ebert Double Barrel 16 Gauge Percussion Shotgun

Border engraved lock plates are marked "P. EBERT" and "IN SUHL" with engraved fancy sculpted hammers. "P. EBERT IN SUHL" is inlaid in silver on the barrel rib. Half stock with checkered wrist, cheekpiece, wooden buttplate with metal heel and toe plates, wooden trigger guard, lightly carved band on the buttstock and scalloped metal plates on the forearm sides. Length of pull is 14 inches.

Fair. The barrels have a smooth brown patina with traces of a protective coating remaining. The action has a smooth dark gray patina. A crack is present on the rear of the solid barrel rib. The wood is very good with heavily worn checkering, a couple hairline cracks near the locks and some minor pressure dents and scratches. Mechanically very good

Engraved Wilhelm Collath Under-Lever Side by Side Damascus Barrel Hammerless Shotgun
Item number: 18188154 | Engraved Wilhelm Collath Under-Lever Side by Side Damascus Barrel Hammerless Shotgun

This example has extensive engraving on the receiver and break lever. The left side of the receiver shows a dog pointing at a small gamebird that is taking flight, the right side is engraved with a fox, on the top tang is a bust of a roe deer and the remainder is engraved with oak leaf and acorns. The left side of the receiver is engraved "W. COLLATH" in a banner and the right side is engraved "FRANKFORT A.O." in a banner. The engraver's initials are on the right side between the foxes two back legs. The barrels have had permanent 20 gauge subgauge tubes installed, have a single brass bead sight on the solid rib, are choked .013/.020 and have 2 3/4 inch chambers with an extractor. The bottom flat of the barrels are stamped with a "1" in a circle for Collath's No. 1 horizontal pinfire cartridge which is equivalent to a 12 gauge. Has a safety switch on the top tang along with a brass inlaid initial oval. Mounted on a smooth walnut forearm and beautifully figured checkered walnut pistol grip stock with raised cheekpiece along with a horn trigger guard and buttplate. The underlever is also horn. Length of pull is 14 1/4 inches.

Good as converted, the barrels retain 90% brown finish with some scattered scratches, minor oxidation and some edge wear. The sling swivel has been ground off of the barrels. The coin finished components have a gray patina with some minor discoloration. The trigger guard has been repaired. The refinished wood is very good with some scattered dings. Mechanically excellent.

Powder/Shot Dispenser and Reloading Boxes
Item number: 18188396 | Powder/Shot Dispenser and Reloading Boxes

1) An Accuratus No. 37 powder and shot dispenser. 2) Erskine reloading box for 100 cartridges with a four pronged ramming tool. The box has the distinctive Erskine badge. With a bag of Eley Bros. wadding. 3) Four unmarked reloading boxes (possibly Erskine made). Also included with the lot are the following reloading tools: a capper/decapper and Jefferies 12 gauge roll crimp tool.

1) Very good with several cracks in the glass and 70% of the finish remaining with the brass components having an attractive aged patina. 2) Overall good showing a few cracks and handling/storage marks and wear associated with its age. "16/20/28" is hand marked on the sides. One box has several putty filled screw holes. Great pieces to add to your antique shotgun collection.

W.R. Pape Side by Side Damascus Barrel Pinfire Rifle
Item number: 18188155 | W.R. Pape Side by Side Damascus Barrel Pinfire Rifle

The solid matte barrel rib is equipped with a blade front sight and an express leaf rear sight and is marked "W.R. PAPE NEWCASTLE ON TYNE WINNER OF THE LONDON GUN TRAILS IN 1858 & 1859 & 1866". The Damascus barrels feature an engraved band at the breech with a star burst engraving at the top. The casehardened hammer, lock plates, receiver and under lever feature a scroll engraving with the lock plates marked "W.R. PAPE" and the underside of the receiver marked "W.R. PAPE/1462". The blue finished trigger guard is numbered to the gun, is marked "TRADE MARK" followed by an engraved long gun action and a checkered spur. The action has sliding hammer safeties. Mounted on a checkered walnut forearm and straight grip stock with a single barrel wedge, a blank silver initial shield behind the upper tang and an engraved flat metal buttplate.

Fine as refinished. The barrels retain 70% brown Damascus and the remaining metal surfaces retain 40% original case colors with a smooth gray patina on the balance. Some scattered minor spotting is present. The forearm tip insert is missing. The wood is fine with a couple small hairline cracks near the lock plates and top tang along with some minor handling marks and a few blemishes in the overall crisp checkering. Mechanically fine.

Unique Engraved and Gold Inlaid Leue & Timpe Underlever Side by Side Damascus Barrel Shotgun
Item number: 18188397 | Unique Engraved and Gold Inlaid Leue & Timpe Underlever Side by Side Damascus Barrel Shotgun

This shotgun was manufactured before 1887. Heinrich Leue studied under his uncle Heinrich Barella before he moved on to working with Fritz Timpe and then finally with W.W. Greener. The receiver, under lever, striker cover and trigger guard have large amounts of floral scroll engraving. The top tang has "374" highlighted in gold along with a coat of arms also having gold highlights. The barrels have two gold inlaid bands at the breech end, have "H. LEUE & TIMPE KAISL. FRANZS. HOFBUCHSENMACHER. BERLIN." inlaid in gold on the rib, are choked cylinder/cylinder and have 2 1/2 inch chambers with an extractor. The water table is stamped on both sides "L195T" and the bottom flat of the barrels are stamped "L280T". There is a sliding firing pin block on the right side of the receiver. Mounted on a checkered walnut forearm and straight grip stock with a carved horn lower tang, raised right handed cheekpiece and a smooth steel buttplate. Length of pull is 14 1/2 inches. With a Birmingham proof certificate dated July 5th, 1988 stating it could not be proofed due to dented, distorted or pitted barrels.

Good as refinished, the barrels retain most of the finish with some scattered minor pitting under the finish and a brazed repair 1/3 of the way from the muzzle on the right barrel. The trigger guard has a brown patina and the remaining metal components have a silvery gray patina. The slightly undersized replacement wood is very good with some scattered minor scratches and dings along with sharp checkering.

Fine Antique Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle in Desirable 38-55 WCF Caliber
Item number: 18188156 | Fine Antique Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle in Desirable 38-55 WCF Caliber

Manufactured 1895, the second year of production. Full length magazine tube, Lyman ivory beaded blade front sight and an elevation adjustable rear sight. The top of the barrel is stamped with the two line address and "38-55" at the breech. The upper tang is marked "MODEL 1894/-Winchester-/PAT. AUG. 21. 1894". Smooth nicely figured straight grain walnut forearm and straight grip stock with a forend cap and crescent buttplate.

Very fine. The rifle retains 60% plus original blue finish with the balance a smooth gray patina. The hammer and lever retain some vivid original case colors. The wood is fine with a couple minor gouges and some minor scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Franz Kettner (Cologne) Production Side by Side Damascus Hammer Shotgun with Gold Inlaid Stock Accen
Item number: 18188398 | Franz Kettner (Cologne) Production Side by Side Damascus Hammer Shotgun with Gold Inlaid Stock Accents

Single nickel bead sight on the solid rib, with "F Kettner Koln" in gold, cylinder choke bores, 2 1/2 inch chambers and an extractor. Bores measure .668 and .666, with .059 wall thickness. The frame and locks are scroll engraved, with floral designs on the screws and a horn triggerguard and pistol grip handrest. Checkered walnut stock, with engraving on the splinter forearm hardware, checkering on the horn break lever, sling swivels, raised shadow line cheekpiece, floral engraved steel buttplate, a 13 3/4 inch length of pull and zero cast and toe. A steel disc is inlaid into the left side of the buttstock, with an engraved belt design around a gold inlaid "WR".

Fair. The barrels show around 70% of the brown finish, with a strong Damascus pattern, darker color in the protected areas, scattered pitting and small dents. The frame and locks show a mixed gray patina with mild spotting. The stock is good, with a patch of replaced wood on the buttstock behind the cheekpiece, a few scattered chips and dings, and signs of light sanding near the locks. Mechanically good.

Rare World War II 1944 Shipped Colt First Model Woodsman Match Target Semi-Automatic Pistol with Ori
Item number: 18188157 | Rare World War II 1944 Shipped Colt First Model Woodsman Match Target Semi-Automatic Pistol with Original Box and Factory Letter

Manufactured in 1944. Also known as the "Bullseye Match Target", with standard Colt markings. Blade front and adjustable rear target sights, blue Colt marked magazine and original checkered "elephant ear" walnut grips with Colt medallions. The accompanying factory letter verifies the serial number, caliber, barrel length, blue finish, grips as "Not Listed" and that it was shipped as 1 to an individual in Washington, D.C. on April 5, 1944. (This is unusual as wartime production did not allow for a commercial shipment; this individual must have had some clout with the Government!) The original maroon hinged lid box is numbered to the gun, with "special instructions" and "shooting suggestions" pamphlets, manual, cleaning brush, Woodsman and rear sight hanging tags and rear sight screwdriver. With a production of only about 15,100, this model is the most difficult to find.

Excellent. The pistol retains 98% plus original blue finish with some pin prick type pitting on the left side of the muzzle and slide with some minor high edge wear. Overall there are a few minor scratches and handling marks. The grips are excellent, (rarely found without the ears damaged or broken off), with a few minor scratches and handling marks, with crisp checkering. The markings are clear and crisp. The action is excellent. Box is fine. It has faded somewhat, toe corners on the lid are separated and there are some stains on the exterior.

Unique Engraved German C. Kunze Double Barrel Horizontal Pinfire Shotgun
Item number: 18188399 | Unique Engraved German C. Kunze Double Barrel Horizontal Pinfire Shotgun

Manufactured circa 1862. The horizontal pinfire was patented by August L. Lenoir circa 1849 and utilizes a horizontal internal pin instead of a protruding perpendicular pin. These types of pinfire shotguns are an extremely rare find in today's collector market. The barrels are Damascus and the solid concave rib has a single bead sight and "C. KUNZE IN WIEHE" inlaid in silver. The receiver, trigger guard, under break lever and forend tip feature a scroll engraving. Engraved game scenes are also featured on the upper tang (a fox) and trigger guard (a game bird). The trigger guard also has a horn extension. The nicely figured a straight grip stock features a checkered wrist, cheekpiece, thin horn buttplate and a scroll carving at the rear of the cheekpiece. The nicely figured smooth forearm has a large inlay engraved with a crown crest. Length of pull is 13 1/2 inches. Includes a contemporary display of two very rare horizontal pinfire shotgun shells.

Good as refinished. The rebrowned barrels retain half of the Damascus showing a smooth brown patina on the balance with an area of deep pitting (right barrel). The remaining metal surfaces have a smooth dark gray patina with a crisp engraving. The trigger guard extension has a hairline crack. The refinished wood has a repaired sliver of wood on the forearm and a few minor handing marks with overall crisp checking. The action needs minor work as the barrels do not fully open.

Outstanding Pre-War/Post-War First Series Colt Woodsman Sports Model Semi-Automatic Pistol with Orig
Item number: 18188158 | Outstanding Pre-War/Post-War First Series Colt Woodsman Sports Model Semi-Automatic Pistol with Original Box

Manufactured in 1947, this is an example of one of a few thousand guns that was assembled from leftover pre-war parts. These guns were often a mix of pre-war and post-war type finishes and markings, and most have the plastic extended grips from the U.S. contract Match Target pistols. This pistol has the post-war blue finish. Standard two line address and patent marking on the left side of the barrel. "THE WOODSMAN" is on the left side of the frame and "COLT AUTOMATIC/CAL..22 LONG RIFLE" followed by the Rampant Colt on the left side of the slide and the serial number is marked on the front strap. The trigger guard has the number "5" over the Colt triangle "VP" proof, with "56" on the opposite. Fixed blade front and windage adjustable rear sights, serrated trigger, serrated panel on the back strap indicating it was designed for high velocity ammunition, blue Colt Woodsman marked magazine and checkered extended plastic grips with the "COLT" over the Rampant Colt in a circle molded at the top. These shorter barreled Woodsman were introduced in 1933 and were intended as a "take along" pistol due to the Woodsman's popularity with outdoorsmen. With the original two piece maroon box numbered to the gun, with instruction sheet.

Excellent. The pistol retains 98% original blue finish with some minor muzzle and high edge wear, and a small area of flaking on the upper left rear of the slide. The grips are also excellent with a few tiny dings and handling marks, and sharp checkering. The markings remain crisp and clear. Mechanically excellent. The box is very good with a separated corner and partial seam on the lid and some corner and edge wear.

Excellent Early Production Colt Second Series Woodsman Target Model Semi Automatic Pistol with Perso
Item number: 18188159 | Excellent Early Production Colt Second Series Woodsman Target Model Semi Automatic Pistol with Personal Colt Employee Inscription Box and Factory Letter

The right side of the frame has been factory inscribed "BJR". The initials stand for Beverly Jean Rhodes who was an Archivist at the Colt Historical Department. It is accompanied by a typed letter certifying that the pistol was part of her personal collection since 1992 and after acquiring the pistol had her initials "BJR" engraved on the left side of the slide (an apparent error on her part), and that the engraving was done by Steve Kamyk, who was on staff as a Master Engraver at the time. The letter is signed by Rhodes and Steve Kamyk's signature is on the letter for verification. Standard sights, serrated trigger, push button magazine release, blue Colt marked magazine and checkered "Coltwood" target grips with back strap adaptor. The accompanying factory letter verifies the caliber, 6 inch barrel, blue finish, grips as "Not Listed" and that it was shipped as 1 to William A. Schmalz in Rockville, Connecticut on December 1, 1948. In remarks the letter states "It is historically significant to note that Mr. Schmalz was employed by the Colt company and held the position of Chief engineer in charge of product development during this time period." With an original brown hinged lid box with gold embossed Rampant Colt on the lid, manual, "Shooting Suggestion" pamphlet, brush and a second grip adaptor.

Partially refinished, the slide at the time of engraving, with all of the blue finish on the slide and 98% original finish on the remaining parts, with some minor muzzle and high edge wear, and overall a few minor scratches and handling marks. The grips are excellent with a few very slight handling marks and sharp checkering. The markings remain clear and crisp. Mechanically excellent. The box is good with some heavy corner and edge wear.

Excellent Colt Woodsman Third Series Target Model Pistol with Box
Item number: 18188160 | Excellent Colt Woodsman Third Series Target Model Pistol with Box

Manufactured in late 1955, this pistol is 1 of the first 1,001 Woodsman pistols of the 3rd Series, which were assigned a serial number between 146138-S and 147138-S from the end of the 2nd Series block. The numbers for the 3rd Series then jumped to 160001-S. The barrel is marked with the one line address, the frame has the Rampant Colt over "WOODSMAN", and the slide is marked "COLT AUTOMATIC/CAL..22 LONG RIFLE". The trigger guard is marked with the Colt triangle "VP" proof. Ramped blade front and adjustable rear target sights, smooth trigger, blue Colt marked magazine and checkered black grips. With an original Colt "woodgrain" box with gold embossed Rampant Colt on the lid and "COLT" on the inside of the lid, with instructions and cleaning brush.

Excellent. The pistol retains 95% original blue finish with some muzzle and high edge wear, and some thinning on the grip straps, as well as a small amount of minor spotting on the back strap. The grips are also excellent with a few minor dings along the upper and lower edges and very crisp checkering. The markings are clear. The action is excellent. The box is good plus.

Excellent Pre-War/Post-War First Series Colt Woodsman Target Model Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188161 | Excellent Pre-War/Post-War First Series Colt Woodsman Target Model Semi-Automatic Pistol

Manufactured in 1947, this is an example of one of a few thousand guns that was assembled from leftover pre-war parts. These guns were often a mix of pre-war and post-war type finishes and markings, and most have the plastic extended grips from the U.S. contract Match Target pistols. These pistols represented the last of the First Series Woodsmans. This pistol has the post-war blue finish with the standard two line address and patent marking on the top of the barrel. "THE WOODSMAN" is on the left side of the frame and "COLT AUTOMATIC/CAL..22 LONG RIFLE" followed by the Rampant Colt on the left side of the slide and the serial number is marked on the front strap. The upper left front of the trigger guard is marked with the letter "R" over the Colt triangle "VP" proof, with "71" on the opposite. Elevation adjustable blade front and windage adjustable rear sights, serrated trigger, serrated panel on the back strap indicating it was designed for high velocity ammunition, blue Colt marked magazine and fitted with checkered extended plastic grips with the "COLT" over the Rampant Colt in a circle molded at the top.

Excellent. The pistol retains 97% original blue finish with some muzzle and high edge wear, as well as some thinning on the barrel and a few scratches on the right side of the frame above the trigger. The grips are as new. The markings are crisp and clear. Mechanically excellent.

Exceptional Pre-World War II Colt First Series Woodsman Sport Model Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188162 | Exceptional Pre-World War II Colt First Series Woodsman Sport Model Semi-Automatic Pistol

Manufactured in 1937. The left side of the barrel is marked with the two line address/patent dates, the left side of the frame is marked "THE WOODSMAN" and the left side of the slide is marked "COLT AUTOMATIC/CAL..22 LONG RIFLE" followed by the Rampant Colt. The serial number is stamped on the front strap. Blade front sight and windage adjustable rear sight. Blue finish, two tone Colt Woodsman marked magazine and fitted with checkered walnut grips.

Excellent. The pistol retains 99% plus original blue finish with some mild muzzle wear, and a few light handling marks. The grips are also excellent with some light wear and handling marks in the very crisp checkering. The markings are sharp. Mechanically excellent.

Colt Camp Perry Early Production Three Digit Serial Number Single Shot Target Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18188163 | Colt Camp Perry Early Production Three Digit Serial Number Single Shot Target Pistol with Holster

Manufactured in 1927, one of only 2,525 produced. Standard "CAMP PERRY MODEL" stamped on the left side of the "cylinder". Two line address/patent dates on top of the barrel and caliber on the left side. Matching serial number on the crane, left side of the frame under the grip panel and checkered grips. The leather holster is unmarked.

Excellent. The pistol retains nearly 95% original blue finish with the balance a smooth brown-gray patina. Altered rear sight (notch widened). The grips are excellent with a few minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent. The holster is very good.

Collector's Lot of Two Colt Woodsman Series Semi-Automatic Pistols -A) Excellent Colt Woodsman Third
Item number: 18188164 | Collector's Lot of Two Colt Woodsman Series Semi-Automatic Pistols -A) Excellent Colt Woodsman Third Series Match Target Semi-Automatic Pistol


A) Manufactured in 1955. The two line address/patent marking is marked on the left side of the barrel, standard frame and slide markings with the serial number on right side of the frame. Ramped blade front and adjustable rear target sights, smooth trigger and serrated grip straps. Blue Colt marked magazine and fitted with checkered walnut grips with right hand thumb rest.

Manufucture: Colt
Model: Match Target Woodsman
BBL: 6 inch flat sided
Stock:
Guage: 22 LR
Finish: blue
Grips: walnut
Serial Number: 146991S

Condition: Excellent. The pistol retains 98% original blue finish with some muzzle and edge wear, and some minor scratches and handling marks. The grips are also excellent with some light dings and handling marks, and crisp checkering. The markings are crisp and clear. Mechanically excellent.

B) Manufactured in 1949. The left side of the barrel is marked with the one line address, the Rampant Colt over "WOODSMAN" on the left side of the frame and "COLT" followed by the two line caliber designation. The serial number is on the right side of the frame. Fixed front and adjustable rear target sight. Blue Colt marked magazine and fitted with checkered walnut thumb rest grips.

Manufucture: Colt
Model: Woodsman
BBL: 4 1/2 inch round
Stock:
Guage: 22 LR
Finish: blue
Grips: walnut
Serial Number: 035476S

Condition: Excellent. The pistol retains 99% original blue finish with some mild muzzle wear and light handling marks. The grips are also excellent with a small dent on the right panel, light handling marks and crisp checkering. The markings remain crisp and clear. Mechanically excellent.

Excellent Colt Second Series Woodsman Sport Semi-Automatic Pistol with Box
Item number: 18188165 | Excellent Colt Second Series Woodsman Sport Semi-Automatic Pistol with Box

Manufactured in 1949. Has the standard second series markings and features with a fixed front sight and an adjustable rear sight. Fitted with a set of checkered plastic grips and a grip adaptor. With the original unnumbered box, cleaning rod and 1 extra magazine.

Excellent, 99% of the original blue finish remains with some minor high edge and muzzle wear along with some scattered minor scratches. The grips are excellent with a few small handling marks. Mechanically excellent. The box is good with tape repairs and discoloration.

Colt Pre-Woodsman Target Model Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188166 | Colt Pre-Woodsman Target Model Semi-Automatic Pistol

The Pre-Woodsman Model was manufactured from 1915 to 1927 and prior to the "Woodsman" name. This particular pistol was manufactured in 1923 and features the "medium weight" barrel found on this model after serial number 31,000. The left side of the slide is marked "COLT AUTOMATIC/CAL..22 LONG RIFLE" followed by the Rampant Colt and the top of the barrel is marked with the two line address/1903 and two 1918 patent dates. The front sight is elevation adjustable and the rear sight is adjustable for windage. The pistol has the correct checkered oval on the mainspring housing which is characteristic of the Pre-Woodsman models indicating the pistol was designed for standard velocity ammunition. Two tone 10 round magazine marked "CAL.22/COLT" on the bottom and is fitted with checkered walnut grips.

Excellent. The pistol retains 97% original blue finish with some muzzle and edge wear, some light thinning on the barrel and grip straps, and a few minor scratches. The grips are also excellent with some mild wear, a few minor dings and handling marks, and crisp checkering. The markings are crisp and clear. Mechanically excellent.

Pre-World War II Colt First Series Woodsman Target Model Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188167 | Pre-World War II Colt First Series Woodsman Target Model Semi-Automatic Pistol

Manufactured in early 1940. The top of the barrel is marked with the two line address/patent dates, the left side of the frame is marked "THE WOODSMAN" and the left side of the side is marked "COLT" followed by the two line caliber marking and the Rampant Colt. The serial number is on the front strap. Elevation adjustable blade front sight and windage adjustable rear sight, blue Colt woodsman marked magazine and fitted with checkered walnut grips.It has the medium weight barrel with an elevation adjustable front sight and a windage adjustable rear sight. The mainspring housing is lined to show that it was designed for high velocity ammunition. Fitted with a set of checkered walnut grips.

Excellent. The pistol retains 95% original blue finish with some muzzle and high edge wear, and some thinning on the barrel and grip straps. The grips are excellent with only light handling marks and sharp checkering. The markings are crisp and clear. Mechanically excellent.

Antique Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Carbine in Scarce .25-35 WCF Chambering
Item number: 18188168 | Antique Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Carbine in Scarce .25-35 WCF Chambering

This example was manufactured in 1897. It has a pinned blade front sight and a two leaf flip up rear sight. The barrel has the first style markings and the tang is marked "MODEL 1894/-WINCHESTER-/PAT. AUG. 21. 1894". Mounted on a smooth walnut forearm and straight grip stock with checkered steel buttplate.

Very good as refinished, most of the custom blue finish remains with some scattered light scratches and some very minor freckling. The markings are light but readable. The lever retains 60% of the bright case colors. The forearm is also very good as refinished with only a few minor marks. The replacement buttstock is very good as well with scattered dings and scratches. Mechanically fine.

Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action .33 WCF Caliber Rifle
Item number: 18188169 | Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action .33 WCF Caliber Rifle

Manufactured in 1906. The left side of the barrel has the two line address/patent marking followed by the two line nickel steel/smokeless powder marking and "33 W.C.F.". The Winchester factory oval proof is on top of the barrel and receiver. The upper tang has the three line model/trade mark information and the lower tang has the patent dates and the serial number. Raised Lyman beaded blade front sight, elevation adjustable rear sight and full length magazine. Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with forend cap and crescent buttplate.

Very fine. The rifle retains 70% plus original blue finish with the balance a smooth brown patina (mostly on the frame). The wood is also very fine with some minor handling marks and pressure dents. Mechanically excellent.

Pre-World War II Colt First Series Woodsman Sport Model Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188170 | Pre-World War II Colt First Series Woodsman Sport Model Semi-Automatic Pistol

Manufactured in 1940. The left side of the barrel is marked with the two line address/patent dates, the left side of the frame is marked "THE WOODSMAN" and the left side of the slide is marked "COLT AUTOMATIC/CAL..22 LONG RIFLE" followed by the Rampant Colt. The serial number is stamped on the front strap. Elevation adjustable replacement front sight with a brass bead and windage adjustable rear sight. Blue finish, blue Colt Woodsman marked magazine and fitted with checkered walnut grips.

Excellent. The pistol retains 99% plus original blue finish with some mild muzzle and edge wear, and mild thinning on the barrel and back strap. Overall there are a few light scratches and handling marks. The grips are also excellent with very crisp checkering. The markings are sharp. Mechanically excellent.

Pre-World War II Colt First Series Woodsman Sport Model Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188171 | Pre-World War II Colt First Series Woodsman Sport Model Semi-Automatic Pistol

Manufactured in 1934. The left side of the barrel is marked with the two line address/patent dates, the left side of the frame is marked "THE WOODSMAN" and the left side of the slide is marked "COLT AUTOMATIC/CAL..22 LONG RIFLE" followed by the Rampant Colt. The serial number is stamped on the front strap. Elevation adjustable front sight and windage adjustable rear sight. Blue finish, two tone Colt Woodsman marked magazine and fitted with checkered walnut grips.

Excellent. The pistol retains 90% original blue finish with some thinning on the barrel, and smooth brown patina on the grip straps. The grips are also excellent with some mild wear on the otherwise crisp checkering. The markings are clear. Mechanically excellent.

Colt First Series Woodsman Target Model Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188172 | Colt First Series Woodsman Target Model Semi-Automatic Pistol

Manufactured in 1930. The top of the barrel is marked with the two line address/patent dates, the left side of the frame is marked "THE WOODSMAN" and the left side of the slide "COLT AUTOMATIC/CAL..22 LONG RIFLE" followed by the Rampant Colt. The serial number is marked on the front strap. Elevation adjustable front blade sight and windage adjustable rear target sight. The upper back strap has the serrated panel indicating it was designed for high velocity ammunition. Two tone magazine marked "CAL.22/COLT" on the bottom and fitted with checkered walnut grips.

Very fine. The pistol retains 98% original blue finish showing some muzzle and high edge wear, and overall some scattered minor dings and scratches. The grips are very good with some wear on the lower edges, a couple of minor dents and crisp overall checkering. The markings are crisp and clear. Mechanically excellent.

Colt Third Series Woodsman Target Semi-Automatic Pistol with Box
Item number: 18188173 | Colt Third Series Woodsman Target Semi-Automatic Pistol with Box

Manufactured in 1956. Has a ramped blade front sight and an adjustable rear sight with standard markings. Fitted with checkered grips featuring a right handed thumb shelf. The Colt box is numbered to the gun.

Excellent. The pistol retains 95% original blue finish with the grip strap thinning to a gray, some loss at the muzzle and a patch of gray on the rear left side of the slide. The grips are very fine with some scattered minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent. The box is good.

Excellent Colt Challenger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Box
Item number: 18188174 | Excellent Colt Challenger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Box

Manufactured in 1952. Has the standard markings and features with a fixed front sight and a drift adjustable rear sight. Fitted with a set of checkered plastic grips. With the original unnumbered box and instruction pamphlet.

Near new with some minor high edge wear and some scattered minor scratches. Mechanically fine. Box is very good with flaking, reinforced corners and some flaking of the label.

First Year Production Colt Pre-Woodsman Semi-Automatic Target Pistol Serial Number 700
Item number: 18188175 | First Year Production Colt Pre-Woodsman Semi-Automatic Target Pistol Serial Number 700

Manufactured in 1915, the first year of production, and features the very distinctive "pencil thin" barrel marked with the two line address/1903 patent date on top. The left side of the slide is marked "COLT AUTOMATIC/CAL..22LONG RIFLE", with the Rampant Colt behind the serrations and the serial number "700" on the front strap. The front sight is elevation adjustable and the rear sight is adjustable for windage. The pistol has the correct checkered oval on the mainspring housing which is characteristic of the Pre-Woodsman models, indicating it was designed for standard velocity 22 LR ammunition. The pistol has a two tone 10 round magazine marked "CAL.22/COLT" on the bottom and is fitted with checkered walnut grips.

Very good. The pistol retains 75% original blue finish with edge wear, and areas of smooth brown and gray patina. The grips are near excellent with some mild wear, a few minor dings and handling marks, and crisp checkering. The markings are crisp and clear. Overall a nice example of one of only 900 first year production Pre-Woodsman pistols.

Pre-World War II Colt First Series Woodsman Sport Model Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188176 | Pre-World War II Colt First Series Woodsman Sport Model Semi-Automatic Pistol

Manufactured in 1934. The left side of the barrel is marked with the two line address/patent dates, the left side of the frame is marked "THE WOODSMAN" and the left side of the slide is marked "COLT AUTOMATIC/CAL..22 LONG RIFLE" followed by the Rampant Colt. The serial number is stamped on the front strap. Blade front sight and windage adjustable rear sight. Blue finish, two tone Colt Woodsman marked magazine and fitted with checkered walnut grips.

Very fine. The pistol retains 95% original blue finish with some muzzle and high edge wear, some wear on top of the slide, and there are some tiny dings on the underside of the barrel and top of the slide. The grips are very good with some wear on the lower edges, overall minor wear and some minor bruising in the otherwise crisp checkering. The markings are crisp and clear. Mechanically excellent.

Pre-World War II Colt First Series Woodsman Target Model Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188177 | Pre-World War II Colt First Series Woodsman Target Model Semi-Automatic Pistol

Manufactured in early 1939. The top of the barrel is marked with the two line address/patent dates, the left side of the frame is marked "THE WOODSMAN" and the left side of the side is marked "COLT" followed by the two line caliber marking and the Rampant Colt. The serial number is on the front strap. Elevation adjustable blade front sight and windage adjustable rear sight, blue Colt woodsman marked magazine and fitted with checkered walnut grips. The back strap is marked with serrations indicating the pistol was designed for high velocity ammunition.

Excellent. The pistol retains 97% original blue finish with some muzzle wear, a small area of light corrosion on the underside of the barrel, some very light spotting on the back strap and a few tiny dings on the front strap. The grips are also excellent with some mild wear, light handling marks and crisp checkering. The markings are crisp and clear. Mechanically excellent.

Very Scarce N-S Patented Combination Stock and Holster for Colt 22 Cal Auto Pistols with Original Bo
Item number: 18188178 | Very Scarce N-S Patented Combination Stock and Holster for Colt 22 Cal Auto Pistols with Original Box

N-S patented National Lead Company combination shoulder stock and holster for 22 caliber colt automatic pistols (Woodsman). The shoulder stock is metal covered with smooth brown leather with a metal grip fitting for the pistol. Marked with "N-S"/patent date/location in a rope circle. Complete with original blue cardboard box with correct end label.

Very good with some edge wear and couple of very light scratches. The metal has some edge wear and flaking due to normal handling. The belt attach fitting is absent.

Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18188179 | Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle

This Third Model 1873 rifle has the integral dust cover rail and was manufactured in 1888. Full length magazine, shortened blade front sight and replacement elevation adjustable rear sight. The top barrel flat has the two line address/patent marking and "44 W.C.F." with the upper tang marked "MODEL 1873" and cartridge elevator marked "44 CAL". Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with forend cap and crescent buttplate with compartment (cleaning rod not included).

Good. The rifle has a smooth brown patina with traces of original blue finish remaining in the protected areas of the receiver. There are some vise marks present on the base of the barrel, behind the rear sight. The refinished wood is good with a few putty filled blemishes and some scattered minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Pre-War/Post-War First Series Colt Woodsman Sports Model Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188180 | Pre-War/Post-War First Series Colt Woodsman Sports Model Semi-Automatic Pistol

Manufactured in 1947, this is an example of one of a few thousand guns that was assembled from leftover pre-war parts. These guns were often a mix of pre-war and post-war type finishes and markings, and most have the plastic extended grips from the U.S. contract Match Target pistols. These pistols represented the last of the First Series Woodsmans. This pistol has the post-war blue finish with the standard two line address and patent marking on the left side of the barrel. "THE WOODSMAN" is on the left side of the frame and "COLT AUTOMATIC/ CAL..22 LONG RIFLE" followed by the Rampant Colt on the left side of the slide and the serial number is marked on the front strap. The upper left front of the trigger guard is marked with the letter "R" over the Colt triangle "VP" proof, with "71" on the opposite. Fixed blade front and windage adjustable rear sights, serrated trigger, serrated panel on the back strap indicating it was designed for high velocity ammunition, blue Colt Woodsman marked magazine and fitted with checkered extended plastic grips with the "COLT" over the Rampant Colt in a circle molded at the top.

Very good plus. The pistol retains 95% original blue finish with some minor pitting on the front strap, some thinning on the left side of the frame, some normal usage wear on the left side of the slide and a few minor scratches. The grips are as new. The markings are crisp and clear. Mechanically excellent.

Colt Woodsman First Series Sport Model Semi-Automatic Pistol with Box
Item number: 18188181 | Colt Woodsman First Series Sport Model Semi-Automatic Pistol with Box

Manufactured in 1938. Has the standard first series markings with a straight taper barrel and a serrated mainspring housing for high velocity ammunition. Has a fixed front sight and windage adjustable rear sight. Fitted with a set of checkered walnut grips. With the original unnumbered maroon box, hang tag and instruction sheet/parts diagram.

Excellent, 90% plus of the original blue finish remains with some scattered minor spots of oxidation, some small areas of minor pitting, scattered minor scratches and some scattered minor dings. The left rear of the slide has a small area touched up with cold blue. The grips are both excellent as well with some wear and dings on the left panel. Mechanically fine. The box is very good with some flaking, some tears and discoloration.

Colt Pre-Woodsman Target Model Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188182 | Colt Pre-Woodsman Target Model Semi-Automatic Pistol

The Pre-Woodsman Model was manufactured from 1915 to 1927 and prior to the "Woodsman" name. This particular pistol was manufactured in 1922 and features the "pencil thin" barrel found on this model until approximately serial number 31,000. The left side of the slide is marked "COLT AUTOMATIC/CAL..22 LONG RIFLE" followed by the Rampant Colt and the top of the barrel is marked with the two line address/1903 and two 1918 patent dates. The front sight is elevation adjustable and the rear sight is adjustable for windage. The pistol has the correct checkered oval on the mainspring housing which is characteristic of the Pre-Woodsman Models indicating the pistol was designed for standard velocity ammunition. Two tone 10 round magazine marked "CAL.22/COLT" on the bottom and is fitted with checkered walnut grips with a diamond pattern around the screws.

Excellent. The pistol retains 90% plus original blue finish with muzzle wear and thinning on the barrel, edge wear on the frame and slide, as well as some thinning on the slide and grip straps. The grips are also excellent with some minor wear and crisp checkering. The markings are crisp and clear. Mechanically excellent.

Pre-World War II Colt First Series Woodsman Sport Model Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188183 | Pre-World War II Colt First Series Woodsman Sport Model Semi-Automatic Pistol

Manufactured in 1939. The left side of the barrel is marked with the two line address/patent dates, the left side of the frame is marked "THE WOODSMAN" and the left side of the slide is marked "COLT AUTOMATIC/CAL..22 LONG RIFLE" followed by the Rampant Colt. The serial number is stamped on the front strap. Elevation adjustable front sight and windage adjustable rear sight. Blue finish, two tone Colt Woodsman marked magazine and fitted with checkered walnut grips.

Excellent. The pistol retains 98% original blue finish with a small area of mild pitting on the muzzle, some thinning on the slide, and overall some minor scratches and handling marks. The grips are also excellent with a couple of minor dings in the otherwise crisp checkering. The markings are crisp and clear. Mechanically excellent.

Exceptional Colt Huntsman Semi-Automatic Pistol with Original Box
Item number: 18188184 | Exceptional Colt Huntsman Semi-Automatic Pistol with Original Box

Manufactured in late 1976. Standard markings and features. Fitted with a set of checkered walnut grips. With original box numbered to the gun.

Near new with only a few light handling/storage marks overall. The box is very good with scattered wear and the label starting to peel.

Early Colt First Series Woodsman Target Model Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188185 | Early Colt First Series Woodsman Target Model Semi-Automatic Pistol

Manufactured in 1927. The top of the barrel is marked with the two line address/patent dates, the left side of the frame is marked "THE WOODSMAN" and the left side of the slide "COLT AUTOMATIC/CAL..22 LONG RIFLE" followed by the Rampant Colt. The serial number is marked on the front strap. Elevation adjustable front blade sight and windage adjustable rear target sight. The upper back strap has the oval checkered pattern found on Pre-Woodsman and First Series Target pistols indicating it was designed for standard velocity ammunition. Two tone magazine marked "CAL.22/COLT" on the bottom and fitted with checkered walnut grips.

Very fine. The pistol retains 95% original blue finish with some muzzle and edge wear, and some thinning on the barrel, slide and front strap. Overall there are a few scattered minor dings. The grips are very good with some wear and minor chips on the lower edges, overall minor wear, a few minor handling marks and crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Exceptional Colt Targetsman Semi-Automatic Pistol with Original Box
Item number: 18188186 | Exceptional Colt Targetsman Semi-Automatic Pistol with Original Box

Manufactured in late 1976. Has the standard markings and features. Fitted with a set of checkered walnut grips with thumb rest. With box numbered to the gun.

Near new with only a few scattered light handling/storage marks overall. The box is good with some tears and edge wear.

Collector's Lot of Two Colt Challenger Semi-Automatic Pistols -A) Colt Second Series Challenger Pist
Item number: 18188187 | Collector's Lot of Two Colt Challenger Semi-Automatic Pistols -A) Colt Second Series Challenger Pistol


A) Manufactured in 1951. Fixed sights, with the Colt address on the barrel, model on the chamber, caliber on the slide, and a pair of checkered grips.

Manufucture: Colt
Model: Challenger
BBL: 6 inch round
Stock:
Guage: 22 LR
Finish: blue
Grips: plastic
Serial Number: 34471C

Condition: Very good, with 85% of the original blue finish, showing a brown patina and a tiny amount of pitting on the barrel, a gray patina on the grip straps, and mild handling marks overall. Grips are very good, with some mild scratches. Mechanically excellent.

B) Manufactured in 1951. As described in A.

Manufucture: Colt
Model: Challenger
BBL: 4 1/2 inch round
Stock:
Guage: 22 LR
Finish: blue
Grips: plastic
Serial Number: 35680C

Condition: Excellent, with 95% of the original blue finish, showing some bright wear along the edges and scattered handling marks. The grips are excellent, with a few small scratches and strong checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Barrett Model 82A1 Semi-Automatic 50 Caliber Rifle in "CQ" Configuration with Case
Item number: 18188188 | Barrett Model 82A1 Semi-Automatic 50 Caliber Rifle in "CQ" Configuration with Case

Developed in the early 1980's the M82 series of weapons has been adopted by a number of military forces, where it's long range striking power makes it useful for disabling vehicles and battlefield sniping at ranges beyond a conventional rifle. The short barrel configuration was developed for use in helicopters, watercraft, and scout vehicles, with the shortened barrel allowed for easy movement inside the vehicle. The barrel is fitted with the signature Barrett dual chevron chamber muzzle brake, with a Picatinny rail on top the upper receiver, and a set of flip-up post and adjustable peep backup sights. Standard markings on the magazine well, with a checkered pistol grip, right handed safety switch, folding bipod and carry handle and a heavy rubber recoil pad with a "club foot" style hand rest and monopod slot. With a Pelican case containing papers and a cleaning kit.

Near new, with some minor handling marks overall. Mechanically excellent.

Heckler & Koch HK91 Semi-Automatic Rifle with Scope, Case, and Four Extra Magazines
Item number: 18188189 | Heckler & Koch HK91 Semi-Automatic Rifle with Scope, Case, and Four Extra Magazines

Manufactured in 1981. Post front and 4-position drum rear sights, bird cage flash hider on the threaded muzzle, textured forearm, "0-1" trigger group and a polymer stock with a ribbed buttplate. The right side of the magazine well has the "HK Inc./Arl.VA" import marks and the left has the model, caliber, and "eagle/N, IB, antler" commercial proofmarks. With a green canvas sling, an unmarked scope with flip-up covers, and a detachable reticle illuminator, a soft case and four extra magazines.

Excellent, with 98% of the original matte black finish, showing mild handling marks overall. The stock is equally excellent, and the optics are good, with mild spotting on the lenses. Mechanically excellent.

Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Lever Action 44-40 Carbine
Item number: 18188190 | Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Lever Action 44-40 Carbine

Manufactured in 1915. Pinned blade front sight, folding ladder rear sight, full magazine, saddle ring staple with ring. The left barrel side has the two line address/patent date marking and "44 W.C.F." at the breech. The top of the barrel at the breech has a "Crown" over "DCP" in crossed flags proof with the Winchester factory proof on the barrel and receiver. The upper tang has the model and trademark information. Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with a carbine buttplate.

Good as partially refinished (cold blue applied in patches overall). Traces of original blue finish remain in the protected areas with an artificial brown patina on the balance with some minor pitting. "LJN170" is electropencil marked on the underside of the receiver. The sanded and reoiled stock is good with a long and deep cut near the stock toe and a few minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Armalite Model AR-10A2 Semi-Automatic Rifle with Leupold Scope, Case, and Extra Magazines
Item number: 18188191 | Armalite Model AR-10A2 Semi-Automatic Rifle with Leupold Scope, Case, and Extra Magazines

Post front and adjustable peep rear sights, with a 2-chamber muzzle brake on the unmarked barrel, a ribbed handguard, standard receiver markings with a white stenciled "Defense Eagle" on the magazine well, checkered pistol grip, and a fixed buttplate with trapdoor compartment. Included with the rifle is a Leupold Mark 4 CQ/T 1-3x14 scope with Leupold branded covers, battery illuminated reticle, and integral short picatinny rails on the top and right sides, a black nylon sling, a Mil-Tec brand soft case, and five extra 20-round magazines.

Excellent, with 98% of the original black finish, showing some light handling marks overall. The stock is equally excellent. Optics are crisp, the illuminator functional, (batteries not included), and the action is excellent.

Heckler & Koch SL-7 Semi-Automatic Rifle with Sling and Scope Base
Item number: 18188192 | Heckler & Koch SL-7 Semi-Automatic Rifle with Sling and Scope Base

Manufactured in 1983, the SL-7 is a semi-automatic hunting rifle was designed with the Heckler & Koch delayed roller block recoil action, as used in their military-style rifles. Hooded front and 4-position drum rear sights, with an "ID" dated barrel, standard receiver markings, and a smooth pistol grip stock with a green canvas sling and a spring loaded Harris type folding bipod. Complete with a quick-detachable scope mount.

Excellent, with 98% of the original blue finish, showing some light handling marks and some handling wear on the charging handle path. The stock is very good, with some flaking of the varnish and mild dings. Mechanically good.

Early Springfield Armory BM-69 Semi-Automatic Rifle
Item number: 18188193 | Early Springfield Armory BM-69 Semi-Automatic Rifle

This is an early Springfield Armory M1A style receiver manufactured BM59, marked with Beretta BM-59 parts. The Beretta BM-59 was developed after WWII as an improvement upgrade of the WWII M1Garand in 7.62 Nato. The BM-69 is the semi-automatic civilian version that uses a Springfield Armory made receiver with original Italian made parts. It has a flash hider/muzzle brake, standard Garand style sights, a flip up grenade sight, bayonet lug, folding bipod, detachable magazine, folding winter trigger, clip slot and bolt release. Mounted on a smooth walnut pistol grip stock with "BM 59/PB" cartouche and rubber buttpad with cleaning supply compartment. Comes with two magazines total.

Excellent, 98% plus of the parkerized finishes with edge and high spot wear with same. The stock is also excellent with some scattered scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent.

Scarce FN-FAL G-Series Semi-Automatic Rifle
Item number: 18188194 | Scarce FN-FAL G-Series Semi-Automatic Rifle

This is a beautiful, like new example of a very scarce, G-Series FN-FAL rifle as imported by Browning Arms Company between 1959 and 1962. The rarity of the G-series FN-FAL rifles stems from the receivers being capable of accepting select-fire components, e.g. being capable of being converted to a fully automatic rifle. Initially the BATF determined that these had to be registered or destroyed. However in 1963 the BATF reversed this position and determined that they were not "machine guns" and could be legally imported and sold as semi-automatic rifles. Additionally in 1973, the BATF issued a new opinion that specifically exempted, 1,836 G-series FN-FAL rifles as imported by Browning (by serial number) from the provisions of the National Firearms Act. This rifle is listed by serial number within the exempted serial number block of; (G1570-G1784). This is a standard FN-FAL rifle with the long flash-hider with bayonet lug and walnut stock and forearm with a plastic pistol grip. It is fitted with a "type 1" receiver with milled lightening cuts, that is marked on the right side "FABRIQUE NATIONALE D'ARMES DE GUERRE - HERSTAL BELGIQUE" in one line, with the left side marked "F.A.L. cal. 7,62. The left side of the lower receiver is correctly marked "A/R/S", which are the fully automatic markings; with the selector switch correctly factory blocked so that it can't rotate to the automatic position. These are the same original markings as found on original select-fire rifles. It is fitted with the military, adjustable rear sight that is marked on top of the sight with 2-6 (200-600 meters). The serial number; "G1743" is located on the underside of the receiver, the left side of the pistol grip, bolt and bolt carrier. The rifle comes with one 20-round magazine. The FN-FAL was widely considered to be the best 7.62MM, gas-operated, service rifle manufactured during the late 1950s up through the 1980s.

Very fine with 98% of the black military finish with minor edge and high spot wear overall. The wood components are all in near excellent condition with only a couple of minor handling marks on the stock. As noted this rifle has matching components and is in exceptional all original condition. Mechanically fine.

Pre-Ban Heckler & Koch Model 93 Semi-Automatic Rifle
Item number: 18188195 | Pre-Ban Heckler & Koch Model 93 Semi-Automatic Rifle

This is an early HK-93A3 rifle as manufactured in 1978, during the time when Heckler & Koch ended their relationship with SACO Defense, (Security Arms Corporation) in favor of importing rifles and pistols through their own HK Company located in Arlington Va. Magazine well marked "Made In Germany/excl. for SACO/Arl. Va./Kal .223", with serial number and "HI" code on the left side. Fitted with standard German military post front sight and 4-position adjustable rear sight, with original flash hider, wide forend, pistol grip and sliding buttstock. The forend has been fitted with an original bi-pod. The rifle has been equipped with an Aimpoint electronic Mark III red dot sight and a brown leather sling. With three extra magazines.

Excellent, 98% of the original blue finish remains with scattered scratches and edge wear. Mechanically excellent. The red dot sight is untested.

Blaser Model R93 UIT Bolt Action Rifle with Scope
Item number: 18188196 | Blaser Model R93 UIT Bolt Action Rifle with Scope

Manufactured in Germany. Fluted barrel manufactured without sights but tapped for front and rear sights, straight pull bolt action, adjustable trigger and a removable 10 round box magazine. The barrel is marked in part "BLASER Germany/Mod. R 93 Cal 308 Win". Equipped with a Bushnell Elite 3200 5-15x scope. Mounted on a aluminum frame with a synthetic forearm, Harris bipod and a fully adjustable synthetic buttstock with a solid rubber recoil pad. The stock is marked in part "Made by Blaser Germany SIGARMS EXETER, NH" on the left side and "Mod. R93 UIT/Blaser" on both sides. Comes with a sling swivel and buttstock extender with tool.

Excellent. The rifle retains 98% of the original black finish with a few light handling marks and some spotting on the left side of the barrel. The aluminum and synthetic stock is excellent with a few light handling marks. The scope optics are clear. Mechanically fine.

LAR Grizzly 50 Caliber Big Boar Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle with Scope
Item number: 18188197 | LAR Grizzly 50 Caliber Big Boar Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle with Scope

Measuring 45 1/2 inches overall, the LAR Grizzly Big Boar is one of the most compact 50 BMG rifles on the market, using a bullpup configuration to keep overall length down and heavy metal construction to help manage recoil. Manufactured without sights with a 5 7/8 inch elevated rail and a muzzle brake. The receiver tube is ventilated and is fitted with an AR-15 pattern grip, trigger and safety group. Spring-loaded folding bipod, leather cheek pad and a combination bolt assembly and buttplate with a 1 inch thick vented Pachmayr White Line recoil pad. Equipped with a Burris 4-16 x scope. Complete with a black plastic gun guard hardcase.

Excellent. The rifle retains 99% of the original black finish with some handling marks, a couple of minor scratches and some light spotting on the receiver shield. The scope optics are clear. Mechanically fine. The case is very good with some handling marks and normal wear to the interior.

Sig Arms Model 556 Semi-Automatic Carbine with Amber Dot Sight
Item number: 18188198 | Sig Arms Model 556 Semi-Automatic Carbine with Amber Dot Sight

Introduced in 2006, this Sig carbine uses a piston-driven impingement gas system. Standard markings and features. Equipped with a battery free Trijicon Reflex II amber dot sight mounted on the receiver top rail. Synthetic forearm, handguard and a folding adjustable buttstock. With one 30 round plastic magazine.

Excellent. The carbine retains 98% of the original black finish with light handling marks, a couple of minor scratches and a small scuffed area on the right side of the receiver behind the ejection port. The synthetic is excellent with some light handling marks. The sight optics are clear. Mechanically excellent.

Excellent DPMS/Panther Arms Model A-15 Semi-Automatic Carbine with Case and Extra Magazine
Item number: 18188199 | Excellent DPMS/Panther Arms Model A-15 Semi-Automatic Carbine with Case and Extra Magazine

This is an M4 pattern carbine with detachable carrying handle, with the fully adjustable rear sight. It has a 1-9 twist DPMS barrel with M16A2 style flash hider and bayonet lug. Standard markings on the lower receiver. Fitted with a checkered pistol grip, six-position telescoping buttstock and ribbed handguard. With a matching numbered DPMS case, cleaning tools and extra magazine.

Near new in case, with minimal handling marks.

Belgian Browning Superposed Lightning Shotgun
Item number: 18187900 | Belgian Browning Superposed Lightning Shotgun

Manufactured in 1969. The barrels have a single brass bead sight, chokes are marked modified/full and have 2 3/4 inch chambers with ejectors. The receiver and short tang trigger guard have the standard floral scroll engraving pattern. Mounted on a multi-point checkered walnut forearm and round knob pistol grip stock with Pachmayr recoil pad. Length of pull is 15 inches.

Very good, 95% plus of the original blue finish remains with some scattered minor scratches, dings and high edge wear along with some oxidation on the edges of the metal that meet the wood. The saltwood is very good with some scattered dings and scratches along with a minor chip on the top left of the stock head and a recoil pad added. Mechanically fine.

Belgian Browning Superposed 20 Gauge Skeet Shotgun
Item number: 18187901 | Belgian Browning Superposed 20 Gauge Skeet Shotgun

Manufactured in 1968. The barrels have two white bead sights, the chokes are marked skeet/skeet and the chambers are 2 3/4 inches with ejectors. Mounted on a multi-point checkered semi-beavertail walnut forearm and flat knob pistol grip stock with factory recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 1/4 inches.

Excellent, 97% of the original blue finish remains with some forearm and high edge wear along with some scattered light handling marks. The stock is very good as shortened with considerable crazing and scattered minor dings and scratches. Mechanically fine.

Collector's Lot of Two Belgian Browning Auto 5 Semi-Automatic Shotguns -A) Belgian Browning Auto 5 T
Item number: 18187902 | Collector's Lot of Two Belgian Browning Auto 5 Semi-Automatic Shotguns -A) Belgian Browning Auto 5 Twenty Semi-Automatic Shotgun with Box


A) Manufactured in 1970. The barrel has a single steel bead sight, is choked full and has a 2 3/4 inch chamber. Mounted on a multi-point checkered finger groove walnut forearm and flat knob pistol grip stock. With original box numbered to the gun.

Manufucture: Browning Arms
Model: Auto 5
BBL: 28 inch vent rib
Stock: walnut
Guage: 20
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 70Z52854

Condition: Near new with only a few light handling/storage marks overall. Mechanically excellent. Box is good.

B) Manufactured in 1975. The barrel has a single steel bead, is choked modified and has a 2 3/4 inch chamber. Mounted on a multi-point checkered finger groove walnut forearm and flat knob pistol grip stock with plastic buttplate. Length of pull is 14 1/2 inches. With a Browning return shipping box numbered to gun.

Manufucture: Browning Arms
Model: Auto 5
BBL: 28 inch vent rib
Stock: walnut
Guage: 12
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 75G52178

Condition: Near new with only a few scattered light handling/storage marks. Mechanically excellent. Box is very good.

Collector's Lot of Two Boxed Belgian Browning Auto 5 Semi-Automatic Shotguns -A) Belgian Browning Au
Item number: 18187903 | Collector's Lot of Two Boxed Belgian Browning Auto 5 Semi-Automatic Shotguns -A) Belgian Browning Auto 5 Twenty Semi-Automatic Shotgun with Box


A) Manufactured in 1971. The smoothbore barrel has rifle sights and a 2 3/4 inch chamber. Mounted on a multi-point checkered walnut finger groove forearm and flat knob pistol grip stock with plastic buttplate. With box numbered to the gun. The barrel information has been crossed out with the date "4-13-73" marked next to it.

Manufucture: Browning Arms
Model: Auto 5
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 20
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 71Z61645

Condition: Near new with replacement barrel with only some scattered handling/storage marks overall. Mechanically excellent. The box is very good.

B) Manufactured in 1974. Has a single steel bead sight, is choked modified and has a 2 3/4 inch chamber. Mounted on a multi-point checkered walnut finger groove forearm and flat knob pistol grip stock with plastic buttplate. With box numbered to the gun.

Manufucture: Browning Arms
Model: Auto 5
BBL: 28 inch vent rib
Stock: walnut
Guage: 12
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 74G46231

Condition: Near new with only a few scattered light handling/storage marks overall. Mechanically excellent. Box is very good.

Engraved Belgian Browning Medallion Grade High Power Bolt Action Rifle with Scope
Item number: 18187904 | Engraved Belgian Browning Medallion Grade High Power Bolt Action Rifle with Scope

Manufactured in 1959. The receiver, floor plate and rear of the barrel have floral scroll engraving. There is a one piece Redfield scope base with a Leupold Vari-X IIc 3-9x scope mounted to the top of the receiver. The bolt has a long jeweled extractor. Mounted on a nicely figured skip-line checkered walnut stock with contrasting forend and grip cap, sling studs, raised cheekpiece and a factory recoil pad.

Excellent, 95% of the original blue finish remains with some minor high edge wear, some light scratches and some oxidation on the stock, reinforcing bolt and on the bottom of the receiver. The stock is very good with some scattered dings and scratches. Mechanically excellent. The scope is also excellent with clear optics.

Engraved Limited Edition Browning BAR II One Millionth Commemorative High Grade Semi-Automatic Rifle
Item number: 18187905 | Engraved Limited Edition Browning BAR II One Millionth Commemorative High Grade Semi-Automatic Rifle with Box

Limited edition 1 of 500 rifles manufactured commemorating the one millionth BAR. Standard markings, engraving and gold accents of the One Millionth Commemorative. Mounted with a satin finish nicely figured checkered walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with Browning recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with factory box numbered to gun, lock, and manual.

Near new with slight handling/storage marks. Box is excellent.

Browning A-Bolt II Custom Trophy Bolt Action Rifle with Scope
Item number: 18187906 | Browning A-Bolt II Custom Trophy Bolt Action Rifle with Scope

Introduced in 1998. Standard features and markings with gold highlights on the barrel, receiver and floor plate and "Custom/Trophy" marked on the floor plate. Octagon barrel manufactured without sights. Equipped with a Nikon Monarch UCC 3.5-10x scope. Mounted in a deluxe walnut checkered pistol grip stock with a skeleton pistol grip, cheekpiece, sling swivel brackets and a solid Old English recoil pad. With factory soft case.

Excellent. The rifle retains 99% of the original blue finish with a few very light handling marks. The wood is excellent with a couple of light handling marks and a couple of dings on the left side of the buttstock. The scope optics are clear. Mechanically fine. The soft case is excellent with a few soiled spots.

Collector's Lot of Two Boxed Scoped Browning Bolt Action Rifles -A) Browning A-Bolt II Medallion Bol
Item number: 18187907 | Collector's Lot of Two Boxed Scoped Browning Bolt Action Rifles -A) Browning A-Bolt II Medallion Bolt Action Rifle


A) Manufactured in Japan. Standard markings and features with an adjustable barrel tuning muzzle brake installed. Equipped with a Redfield 6-18 x scope. Mounted on a high gloss checkered pistol grip stock with contrasting forend and grip cap, sling swivel studs and a solid black rubber factory recoil pad. Complete with a factory box numbered to the gun.

Manufucture: Browning Arms
Model: A-Bolt II
BBL: 20 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 223 Rem
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 82656NW317

Condition: Excellent. The rifle retains 99% of the original blue finish with a few light handling marks. The wood is excellent with a few very light handling marks, a couple of minor scratches and crisp checkering. Mechanically fine. The scope optics are clear. The box is good with tape residue, tape repairs, some handling, edge and corner wear.

B) Manufactured in Japan. Standard markings and features. Equipped with a Leupold Vari X III 6.5-20 x scope. Mounted on a high gloss checkered pistol grip stock with contrasting forend and grip cap with a black plastic factory buttplate. Complete with a factory box numbered to the gun.

Manufucture: Browning Arms
Model: A Bolt-Rifle
BBL: 22 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 22 win magnum
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 21514NX136

Condition: Excellent. The rifle retains 99% of the original blue finish with a few light handling marks. The wood is fine with some light handling marks, a small pressure dent on the right side of the forearm, several minor scratches on the bottom of the forearm, a couple of minor scratches on the left side of the buttstock and crisp checkering. Mechanically fine. The scope optics are clear. The box is good with tape residue, handling, edge and corner wear.

Collector's Lot of Two Boxed Browning Bolt Action Rifles -A) Browning A Bolt II Gold Medallion Bolt
Item number: 18187908 | Collector's Lot of Two Boxed Browning Bolt Action Rifles -A) Browning A Bolt II Gold Medallion Bolt Action Rifle


A) Manufactured in Japan. Standard markings and features with "GOLD MEDALLION" on the left side of the receiver. Mounted on a finely figured high gloss checkered pistol grip stock with a high comb, cheekpad, contrasting forend and grip cap, quick release sling swivels and a solid black rubber factory recoil pad. The stock features gold highlight bands at the forend, grip cap and recoil pad. Complete with a factory box numbered to the gun.

Manufucture: Browning Arms
Model: A-Bolt II
BBL: 26 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 300 Win magnum
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 01545NP351

Condition: Near new with a few light handling marks. The box is very good, lightly soiled with some handling, edge and corner wear.

B) Manufactured in Japan. Standard markings and features. Equipped with a Leupold Vari X III 4.5-14 x scope. Mounted on a high gloss checkered pistol grip stock with contrasting forend and grip cap, quick release sling swivels and a solid black rubber factory recoil pad. Complete with a factory box numbered to the gun.

Manufucture: Browning Arms
Model: A-Bolt II
BBL: 22 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 22 hornet
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: 10088NR3M7

Condition: Near new original blue finish with a few light handling marks. The wood is excellent with few very light handling marks and crisp checkering. Mechanically fine. The scope optics are clear. The box is very good, lightly soiled with some handling, edge and corner wear.

Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action 44-40 Rifle
Item number: 18187909 | Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action 44-40 Rifle

Manufactured in 1888, Third Model 1873 rifle with the integral dust cover rail and dust cover with serrated edges. Full length magazine, blade front sight and adjustable buckhorn rear sight. The barrel has the two line address/patent date marking and "44 W.C.F." The brass cartridge elevator is marked "44 CAL" and the upper tang is marked "MODEL 1873". Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with forend cap and crescent buttplate with compartment. The four piece cleaning rod is included in butt.

Good. The rifle retains traces of original blue finish with a mottled gray patina on the balance. The wood is also good with some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Marlin Model 1881 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18187910 | Marlin Model 1881 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured from 1881 to 1892 with this example a Third Style featuring the two line address/patent date marking ending with "REISSUE NOV. 9. 1880". "38-55" is stamped on the top barrel flat at the breech. Blue finish with casehardened hammer, lever and buttplate, full length magazine tube, blade front and buckhorn rear sights and mounted with forearm with metal forend cap and added checkering and smooth pistol grip stock with a crescent buttplate.

Fine. The rifle retains 70% original blue finish showing a smooth brown patina on the balance. The wood is also fine with some chipping and a number of minor handling marks. Action functions fine, but lever is loose.

Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Ri
Item number: 18187911 | Two Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifles with Boxes -A) Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Rifle in 8mm Rem Magnum


A) Introduced in 1998. Hooded ramp and adjustable rear notch sights, receiver tapped for scope mounts. Checkered walnut stock, solid factory recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Complete with original factory box numbered to the rifle and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 24 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 8 mm Rem magnum
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: E6417351

Condition: Near new with only the slightest of handling/storage marks. The box is good.

B) Hooded ramp with an adjustable notch rear sight, receiver tapped for scope bases. Checkered pistol grip stock with sling swivel studs and a factory recoil pad. Complete with original factory box numbered to the rifle and papers.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: 700
BBL: 22 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 350 Rem magnum
Finish: blue
Grips:
Serial Number: B6716602

Condition: Near new original blue finish. The stock is excellent with only a minor blemish on the forearm checkering. The box is good.

Collector's Lot of Antique Reloading Tools
Item number: 18187912 | Collector's Lot of Antique Reloading Tools

1) Lyman Ideal 310 tool with box and dies for .25-35 jacketed bullets. 2) Winchester Model 1882 .38 WCF reloading tool with decapping pin in original box and a Winchester .38 WCF bullet mold. 3) Winchester 1894 .32 W.S. reloading tool. 4) Winchester Model 1882 .32 WCF reloading tool. 5) Winchester .32-165 bullet mold. 6) Winchester Model 1894 .38-70 reloading tool. 7) Winchester .38-55 bullet mold. 8) Winchester Model 1882 .38 WCF reloading tool.

1) Like new in box. Box is very good. 2) Excellent, 95% original blue finish on mold and tool. Mold has one cracked brass handle fitting. Box is very good. 3) Good, 50% original blue with wear and minor pitting. 4) Good, mixed silver/brown patina with scattered minor pitting. 5) Good, 25% original blue finish with a mixed silver/brown patina and scattered minor oxidation/pitting. 6) Excellent, 90% original blue finish with some minor flaking, some dings and edge wear. 7) Good, traces of original blue with a silver patina and scattered minor pitting. 8) Good, brown patina with some minor pitting and scattered dings.

Colt Single Action Army Revolver
Item number: 18187913 | Colt Single Action Army Revolver

Manufactured in 1926. The top of the later production barrel is marked with the one line address and "COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY 38 SPECIAL" on the left side. The left side of the frame is marked with the two line, three patent dates followed by the Rampant Colt. The upper left front of the trigger guard is marked with the Colt triangle "VP" proofmark and the number "1". The matching serial number is marked on the bottom of the frame and on the right side of the grip straps under the grip. The assembly number "177" is marked on the loading gate. Casehardened frame with blue on the remaining parts, blade front and frame notch rear sights. Fitted with checkered hard rubber grips with the Rampant Colt in an oval at the top.

Fine as professionally refinished and rebarreled. The revolver retains 90% blue finish with some muzzle wear and thinning on the grip straps. There are a few small minor scratches on the barrel and trigger guard bow, and a bright drag line on the cylinder. The frame retains most of the refurbished case colors. The replaced grips are good. There is a chip on each heel and toe, they are beginning to warp slightly and have faded to brown, showing minor wear. The markings are crisp and clear. The action is excellent.

Documented Austin, Texas Shipped Colt Bisley Model Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter
Item number: 18187914 | Documented Austin, Texas Shipped Colt Bisley Model Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter

Colt manufactured approximately 44,350 Bisley revolvers from 1894 to 1915. This particular revolver was manufactured in 1906. The barrel has the two line Hartford address on top and "(BISLEY MODEL) 38 W.C.F." on the left side. The left side of the frame has the two line, three patent dates followed by the circled Rampant Colt. The matching serial number is marked on the frame, trigger guard and back strap with the assembly number "1792" on the loading gate. Blue finish with casehardened frame and hammer, blade front and frame notch rear sights, and fitted with checkered hard rubber grips with the Rampant Colt in an oval at the top. The accompanying factory letter verifies the caliber, barrel length, and blue finish with the type of stocks not listed. The revolver was shipped to Walter Tips, Austin, Texas, on January 15, 1907 as part of a 5 gun shipment.

Very fine. The revolver retains 70% original blue finish with the balance a smooth brown patina. The frame and hammer retain 60% original case colors. Some minor pitting is present on the left side of the barrel and ejector rod housing and some minor surface rust is present on the cylinder. The slightly sun faded grips are also very fine with some scattered minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

U.S. Colt Artillery Model Single Action Army Revolver
Item number: 18187915 | U.S. Colt Artillery Model Single Action Army Revolver

This revolver has a 5 1/2 inch barrel, casehardened frame and hammer and blue remaining parts. This particular revolver has the serial number "73483" with "D.F.C." above it on the frame, "7587" on the trigger guard, "9849" on the cylinder and the back strap is un-numbered and marked with the letter "N". The top of the barrel is marked with the one line address, the left side is marked "45 COLT" and the left side of the frame is marked with the three line, three patent dates followed by "U.S". The cylinder is marked with a "P". Standard blade front and frame notch rear sights and is fitted with a smooth one-piece walnut grip.

Fair. The metal surfaces have a heavily buffed smooth gray patina with strong traces of arsenal style blue finish mostly in protected areas. There is some minor pitting on the frame ahead of the cylinder. The grip is fair with a chip on each toe, wear on the lower edges and some dings and dents. The markings are clear. The action is fine.

Fine Colt Bisley Model Single Action Army .45 Caliber Revolver
Item number: 18187916 | Fine Colt Bisley Model Single Action Army .45 Caliber Revolver

Manufactured in 1905. The top of the barrel is marked with the two line address, "(BISLEY MODEL) 45 COLT" on the left side and the two line, three patent dates on the left side of the frame followed by the circled Rampant Colt. The matching serial number is marked on the bottom of the frame, trigger guard and back strap. Blue finish with casehardened frame and hammer, and niter blue trigger. Fitted with checkered Rampant Colt embossed grips numbered "2163" on the inside of each panel.

Very fine. The revolver retains 70% bright original high polish blue finish with some areas of gray and brown patina, some minor pitting on the barrel, minor spotting on the cylinder and grip straps, and a minor drag line and scratches on the cylinder. The frame retains 40% original case colors mixed with a smooth mottled brown patina. The grips are excellent with minor handling marks and crisp checkering. The markings are clear. The action is excellent.

Black Powder Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter
Item number: 18187917 | Black Powder Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter

The top of the barrel is stamped with the one line Hartford address and the left side of the frame has the three line, three patent date marking. The left side of the trigger guard is stamped "45 CAL". The matching serial number is stamped on the frame, trigger guard and back strap with the cylinder and barrel having a matching partial serial number (0879). The accompanying Colt factory letter verifies the caliber, 5 1/2 inch barrel length (scarce) and finish with hard rubber grips at time of shipment. The revolver was shipped to Hartley & Graham, New York on April 25, 1884 as part of a 4 gun shipment.

Very good. The revolver has a smooth gray patina with some very scattered light pitting. The replacement wood grip is very good with a couple missing chips at the bottom and a few minor pressure dents. Mechanically fine.

First Generation Colt Frontier Six Shooter Single Action Army Revolver
Item number: 18187918 | First Generation Colt Frontier Six Shooter Single Action Army Revolver

Manufactured in 1904. The top of the barrel is marked with the two line address, "COLT FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER" on the left side and the two line, three patent dates are marked on the left side of the frame followed by the circled Rampant Colt. The matching serial number is marked on the bottom of the frame, trigger guard and back strap. The loading gate is marked with the assembly number 3076". Standard blade front and frame notch rear sights, blue finish with casehardened frame and hammer and fitted with checkered hard rubber grips with the Rampant Colt in an oval at the top.

Very good. The revolver retains 30% plus original blue finish mixed with a smooth gray patina. The frame has a smooth mottled gray patina with strong original case colors in the protected areas. The trigger guard is sprung slightly on the right side leaving a slight gap. The grips are fair with a chip on the left heel and overall moderate wear. The markings are clear. The action functions, but is missing the half cock notch.

First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver
Item number: 18187919 | First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver

Manufactured in 1902. The revolver has standard blade and groove sights with the top of the barrel marked "COLT'S PT.F.A. MFG. Co/HARTFORD CT. U.S.A." and the left side of the barrel is marked "38 W.C.F" The left side of the frame is marked with the two line, three patent date marking followed by a circled Rampant Colt. Matching numbers are stamped on the frame and grip straps with the assembly number "943" on the loading gate. Fitted with checkered Rampant Colt embossed grips.

Fine. The revolver has an untouched smooth brown patina with 30% original blue finish remaining. Some scattered mild pitting is present. The grips are fine with some minor handling marks and some blemishes in the overall crisp checkering. Mechanically fine. Looks like it just came out of an attic!

First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter
Item number: 18187920 | First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter

Produced in 1904. Blade front and notch rear sights, with the short 2-line address on top of the barrel, "45 COLT." on the left side, and the two line/ three date patent markings on the left side of the frame next to the circled Rampant Colt. The loading gate is assembly numbered "526". An unknown stamp is present on the right side of the trigger guard. Checkered hard rubber grips, with Rampant Colt logos. The included factory letter confirms all but the "Not Listed" grips, and states that it was sent as part of a four gun shipment to Samuel Hill, a hardware dealer in Prescott, Arizona on November 17, 1904.

Very good as professionally refinished, with 90% of the blue, with thinning on the muzzle, ejector housing, cylinder and grip straps, a few discolored spots on the cylinder and scattered handling marks. The frame and hammer are very good, with bright and vivid color. Grips are good, with a number of scratches on the left panel, including 2 through the Rampant Colt, and minor bruises and dings overall. Mechanically fine.

Attractive Nickel Plated Black Powder Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Ivory Grips
Item number: 18187921 | Attractive Nickel Plated Black Powder Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Ivory Grips

Manufactured in 1890 and subsequently returned to the factory in the 20th century. The top of the barrel is marked with the two line address, "38 W.C.F." on the left side and the left side of the frame is marked with the three line, three patent dates. The matching serial number is marked on the bottom the frame, trigger guard and back strap. The barrel is assembly numbered "686". This also is stamped on the face of cylinder, lower portion of loading gate and on the grip straps under grip The upper left front of the trigger guard is marked with the letter "G" over the "VP" triangle proof (possibly went back to factory at some point after 1905-7). Nickel finish with niter blue screw heads, blade front and frame notch rear sights, and fitted with smooth ivory grips.

Very fine as factory replated/refurbished. The revolver retains 99% nickel finish with a noticeable drag line on the cylinder and a small amount of pin prick type pitting under the finish on the cylinder. Some of the thin niter blue finish remains on the frame screws and almost all remains on the screws that are protected. The grips are excellent with a very attractive grain and patina. The markings are clear. The action is excellent.

Black Powder Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter
Item number: 18187922 | Black Powder Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter

The barrel has the one line Hartford address with "45 COLT" on the left side. The left side of the frame has the two line, three patent date marking with a circled Rampant Colt. Matching numbers on barrel and grip straps. Fitted with checkered Rampant Colt grips. According to the included Colt factory letter the revolver was shipped to William Read & Sons of Boston, Massachusetts, on November 11, 1892 with a 7 1/2 inch .45 caliber barrel and nickel finish with type of stocks not listed.

Fine as period replated. The revolver retains 99% of the nickel finish showing limited flaking and a cylinder drag line. The front sight is a rifle style replacement. The cylinder is a later production replacement. The grips are fine with some minor handling marks (mostly on the bottoms), a few nicks near the bottom and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically needs work.

First Year Production Winchester Model 1895 Flat Side Lever Action Rifle Serial Number 203
Item number: 18187923 | First Year Production Winchester Model 1895 Flat Side Lever Action Rifle Serial Number 203

Manufactured 1895 the first year of production. The included Cody Firearms Museum research request confirms the caliber and rifle configuration and that it was shipped on April 24, 1896. This is 1 of the only 5,000 manufactured with the flat sided receiver. This solid frame rifle is equipped with a blade front sight and adjustable buckhorn rear sight. The top of the barrel is marked "MANUFACTURED BY THE/WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN CONN. U.S.A." ahead of the rear sight and "30 U.S." at the breech. The upper tang is marked "WINCHESTER/MODEL 1895" and the serial number is marked on the lower tang. Directly behind the trigger is marked "PAT NOV. 5, 1895/-- NOV. 12, 1895 --". It is fitted with a smooth tapered forearm with an ebony forend insert and straight grip stock with a steel crescent buttplate.

Fine. The rifle retains 60% of the original blue finish with a smooth gray patina on the balance. Traces of original case colors remain on the hammer. The wood is very good with a number of minor pressure dents and scratches. Mechanically excellent.

Black Powder Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter
Item number: 18187924 | Black Powder Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter

Manufactured in 1883. The top of the barrel is stamped with the one line Hartford address and the left side of the frame has the three line, three patent date marking. The left side upper front of the trigger guard is stamped "45 CAL". The matching serial number is stamped on the frame, trigger guard and back strap with the cylinder and barrel having a matching partial serial number (6851). Standard blade front and frame notch rear sights, and fitted with a smooth one-piece walnut grip. The accompanying Colt factory letter verifies the caliber and finish with the barrel length and grips as "Not Listed" and that it was shipped as 1 of 15 to Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Company in Chicago, Illinois on August 24, 1883. The remarks in the letter state that a 7 1/2 inch barrel and rubber grips were standard for the time period.

Very good. The revolver retains thinning original blue finish on the upper edge of the ejector housing and in the protected areas on the trigger guard. The revolver has been cleaned some time ago and the metal has a smooth gray. The grip has been revarnished and remains good with some chips and wear on the lower edges, and overall scattered minor dings and dents. The markings are clear. The action is excellent.

First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Ivory Grips
Item number: 18187925 | First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Ivory Grips

Manufactured in 1905. The revolver has standard blade and groove sights with the top of the barrel marked "COLT'S PT.F.A. MFG. Co HARTFORD CT. U.S.A." and the left side of the barrel is marked "38 W.C.F." The left side of the frame is marked with the two line, three patent date marking followed by a circled Rampant Colt. Matching numbers on frame and grip straps with the assembly number "8514" on the loading gate. Fitted with smooth Colt medallion two piece ivory grips, which are numbered to the gun in pencil.

Very good as refurbished. The revolver has a smooth dark mottled patina. Some very scattered minor pitting is present. The replacement grips are very fine with some hairline age cracks. The ivory has an attractive color and grain pattern. Mechanically fine.

First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver
Item number: 18187926 | First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver

Manufactured in 1902. The barrel has the one line Hartford address on top and "45 COLT" on the left side. The left side of the frame has the two line, three patent date marking followed by a circled Rampant Colt. The matching serial number stamped on the frame, trigger guard and back strap with the assembly number "978" on the loading gate. Fitted with checkered grips.

Fair. The revolver has a smooth gray patina with minor pitting. The slightly undersized replacement grips are fine with a few blemishes in the overall crisp checkering. Mechanically fine

Attractive Engraved and Gold Finished Colt First Generation Single Action Army Revolver with Ivory G
Item number: 18187927 | Attractive Engraved and Gold Finished Colt First Generation Single Action Army Revolver with Ivory Grips

Produced in 1904, notes from the consignor state that the engraving was performed by the famous master engraver Cole Agee at an unknown date. Most famous for his signature "cattle brand" style, originated by Agee in response for something original and unique from the President of Mexico, Agee is also known to have engraved a number of firearms in a more conventional scroll and punch dot style, like the one seen here. Blade front and frame notch rear sights, with the two-line address on top of the barrel, "32 W.C.F." on the left, the two line, two date patent marking next to the circled Rampant Colt on the side of the frame, and the assembly number "859" on the loading gate. The entire metal surface has been finished in a fine gold wash, with over 80% coverage of scroll and punch dot engraving and additional geometric patterns on the recoil shield. The hammer is unengraved. Fitted with a pair of smooth ivory grips with gold finished "COLT" medallions set into the top.

Fine as custom embellished, with 40% of the gold finish present, showing areas of gray exposed steel, bright edge wear and mild handling marks. The later production custom ivory grips are good, with a pair of thin cracks forming on the right side near the frame, a few minor chips and dings, and a fine color and grain overall. Mechanically fine.

Black Powder Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter
Item number: 18187928 | Black Powder Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter

According to the factory records, this pistol was part of a 5-piece shipment to E.E. Menges & Co of Kansas City, Missouri on August 20, 1886, in 45 caliber with a 4 3/4 inch barrel and blue finish. Blade front and notch rear sights, with "45 COLT" on the left side of the barrel, two-line Hartford address on top, two-line patent dates on the frame next to the uncircled Rampant Colt, and smooth hardwood grips.

Fine as assembled and refinished, with 95% of the current blue, showing some light handling marks overall. Bright and vivid case colors are present on the frame and hammer, with some fading on the high points. Grips are revarnished, with some rounding of the edges and chips at the toe. Mechanically excellent.

Documented Individual Shipped Nickel Plated Black Powder Colt Frontier Six Shooter Single Action Arm
Item number: 18187929 | Documented Individual Shipped Nickel Plated Black Powder Colt Frontier Six Shooter Single Action Army Revolver with Pearl Grips and Factory Letter

Manufactured in 1889. The top of the barrel is marked with the two line address, the left side "COLT FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER" and the left side of the frame is marked with the three line, three patent date marking. The upper left front of the trigger guard bow is marked "45 CAL". The complete matching serial number is marked on the bottom of the frame, trigger guard and back strap, and the partial serial number "3762" is marked on the barrel under the ejector housing and on the cylinder. Standard blade front and frame notch rear sights, all nickel finish and fitted with smooth pearl grips. The accompanying factory letter verifies the caliber, barrel length, nickel finish, rubber grips at the time of shipping and that it was shipped as 1 of 2 to M. R. Evans, address unavailable, on April 27, 1889.

Very good as period replated with 99% nickel finish remaining. There are some scattered areas of pin prick type pitting under the finish and areas are beginning to frost slightly. The grips are also very good with a small chip on the left heel and light handling marks. The markings are clear. The action is excellent.

Houston Light Guard Inscribed Black Powder Colt Single Action Army Revolver with History
Item number: 18187930 | Houston Light Guard Inscribed Black Powder Colt Single Action Army Revolver with History

Manufactured in 1883. The back strap is inscribed "Col Jonas S Rice/Houston Light Guard/1885" Jonas Rice (1855-1931) was a banker, businessman and civic leader in Houston, Texas. In 1874 he joined the Houston Light Guard which was one of the oldest national guard companies in the State of Texas and became the first uniformed militia company in Post-Reconstruction Houston. Between 1876 and 1903 the Houston Light Guard mobilized three times to restore or maintain peace during race crises in Southwest Texas. Race did participate in the race crises and was the commander of the Houston Light Guards from 1876-1876. He is mentioned several times in the included University of Houston thesis "The Houston Light Guards: A Case Study of the Texas Militia, 1873-1903" by Bruce Allan Olson (now a tenured professor of history at Del Mar College) and is remembered as a captain with "good judgment, farsightedness, restraint and maturity" in handling a racial crisis in 1876. The top of the barrel is marked with the one line address and the left side of the frame is marked with the three line, three patent dates, (both very faint). The serial number is visible on the trigger guard and the partial number "430" is visible on the back strap. Blade front and frame notch rear sights, nickel finish with gold washed screw heads and trigger, and fitted with replacement hard rubber Rampant Colt/Federal eagle checkered grips. The revolver is accompanied by two Colt letters, one dated June 19, 1958 and the other May 15, 2008. Both verify the caliber, nickel finish, rubber grips, barrel length as "Not Listed" (both state that 7 1/2 was standard during that time period) and that it was shipped as 1 of 3 to Schoverling, Daly and Gales in New York on February 24, 1883. The revolver also comes with a history of the Houston Light Guard and a contemporary wooden box with a "Col. Jonas S. Rice/Houston Light Guard/1885" inscribed plaque on the lid and history of Jonas Rice attached to the inside of the lid.

Replated with 99% nickel finish remaining, showing a few minor handling marks and a faint drag line on the cylinder. Almost all of the gold wash remains on the screw heads and trigger. The grips are excellent with a couple of minor dings and crisp checkering. The front sight has been altered. The cylinder pin is loose and there is some play in the cylinder. The action functions well. The wooden box is excellent with a few light scuffs and some minor dents. The inscribed plaque is contemporary and the bottom was lined with green felt.

First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver
Item number: 18187931 | First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver

Manufactured in 1907 and later engraved. The barrel has "41 COLT" on the left side and the one line address is not visible. The left side of the frame has the two line, three patent date marking with a circled Rampant Colt. A simple zig zag line pattern is featured on the sides of the frame, on top of the ejector rod housing, rear of the cylinder and back strap with a large letter "B" engraved on the butt. Matching numbers on frame and grip straps with the assembly number "2453" on the loading gate.

Fair as custom embellished. The revolver retains 90% of the nickel plating with the balance a smooth gray patina (mostly on the cylinder). Markings and engraving are weak. The grips are fine with some minor handling marks and some worn checkering. Cylinder is slightly loose, otherwise action is fine.

David F. Clark Inspected U.S. Colt Cavalry Model Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter
Item number: 18187932 | David F. Clark Inspected U.S. Colt Cavalry Model Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter

This is an example of a Colt Model 1873 Cavalry revolver that was manufactured in 1883 and inspected by Ordnance Sub-Inspector David F. Clark. The top of the barrel is marked with the one line address "COLT'S PT. F.A. MFG. Co HARTFORD CT. U.S.A." and the left side of the frame is stamped with the three line, three patent dates followed by "U.S.". The underside of the barrel is stamped with the letter "P" and "D.F.C." directly ahead of the cylinder pin. "D.F.C." is also stamped on the cylinder and bottom of the frame above the serial number. The complete matching serial number is marked on the bottom of the frame, trigger guard and back strap, with the partial serial number "5632" marked on the bottom of the barrel under the ejector rod and on the cylinder. There is a small "G" stamped below the serial number on the trigger guard and back strap, and in the hammer slot above the hammer hole. Blade front and frame notch rear sights, and fitted with a smooth one-piece walnut grip. The accompanying factory letter verifies the caliber, blue finish with barrel length and grips as "Not Listed" and that it was shipped in a shipment of 150 to the U.S. Government Inspector at the Colt plant on August 3, 1883. The remarks state that at that time standard issue was a 7 1/2 inch barrel and rubber grips.

Fair as refinished and the barrel has been stretched. The revolver has a smooth brownish gray patina. The grip is good with moderate wear on the lower edges, a small chip on the left toe and a couple of chips on the right toe. The grip has a pleasant hand rubbed patina. The markings are clear. The action is fine.

U.S. Colt Artillery Model Single Action Army Revolver
Item number: 18187933 | U.S. Colt Artillery Model Single Action Army Revolver

In 1895 a number of U.S. Colt Cavalry Single Action Army Revolvers, like this one, were returned to the Colt factory where they were refurbished into Artillery Models, often with little regard to which gun the parts came from, resulting in a mix of serial numbers and markings. This revolver has a 5 1/2 inch barrel, casehardened frame and hammer and blue remaining parts. This particular revolver has the serial number "84291" with "D.F.C." above it on the frame, "5944" on the trigger guard, "3274" on the cylinder and "311" on the back strap with the barrel un-numbered. The top of the barrel is marked with the faint one line address and the underside is marked with "P" and partially visible "R.A.C.". The left side of the frame is marked with the three line, three patent dates followed by "U.S". The cylinder is marked with an "A" and "P", and there is an "A" below the trigger guard serial number. Standard blade front and frame notch rear sights and is fitted with the correct smooth one-piece walnut grip with "1884" over a circled "JH" cartouche remarked on the left side and a boxed "DFC" cartouche on the right side.

Good as refinished. The refinished barrel now has a smooth brown appearance. The frame has a mottled gray with bright areas and a dark blue hue on the left rear. There is some light pitting on the recoil shield. The cylinder has a smooth mottled brown, the front strap has a smooth mottled gray and the back strap is dark. The grip is about good with some gouging along the lower edge, some lower edge wear, a number of dents on the bottom and a few dents on the left side. With the exception noted above the markings are clear. The action needs work, the hammer does not hold a cock position.

Winchester Model 1886 Takedown Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18187934 | Winchester Model 1886 Takedown Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1894. The top barrel flat is marked with the two line address ahead of the rear sight and "45-70" stamped over "40-82" at the breech. The upper tang is marked "MODEL 1886", and the lower tang is marked with the two line, two patent dates directly behind the trigger and the serial number behind the lever. Dovetailed brass blade front and adjustable buck horn sporting rear sight. Blue finish with casehardened hammer, full length magazine and mounted with a smooth walnut forearm and straight grip stock with a crescent buttplate.

Very good as rechambered and refurbished with 95% blue finish remaining with a smooth brown patina on the takedown ring and some smooth grayish brown patina on the underside of the receiver. The lever and buttplate are bright. The wood shows a few scattered minor dings and handling marks. The markings are clear. The action is excellent.

Colt Bisley Model Single Action Army Revolver
Item number: 18187935 | Colt Bisley Model Single Action Army Revolver

Manufactured in 1908. The barrel has the one line Hartford address on top and "(BISLEY MODEL) 32 W.C.F." on the left side. The left side of the frame has the two line, three patent dates marking followed by a circled Rampant Colt. Barrel is dovetail fitted with a Sheard blade rifle style front sight. Matching numbers on the frame and grip straps and fitted with checkered grips featuring the Rampant Colt in an oval at the top.

Very good. The revolver retains 20% original blue finish and traces of vivid original case colors with the balance a smooth brown-gray patina with some scattered minor pitting. The grips are also very good with some minor handling marks and some wear in the overall crisp checkering. Mechanically fine.

First Generation Colt Frontier Six Shooter Single Action Army Revolver
Item number: 18187936 | First Generation Colt Frontier Six Shooter Single Action Army Revolver

Manufactured in 1912. The barrel has the one line address on top and remarked "COLT FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER" on the left side with the left side of the frame having the two line, three patent date marking followed by the Rampant Colt. The grip straps are numbered to the gun with the assembly number "547" on the loading gate. Fitted with checkered Rampant Colt grips.

Pour as refinished/remarked. The revolver retains traces of blue finish in the protected areas with a smooth gray patina on the balance. Three notches are present on the left side of the trigger guard. The grips are fine with some minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically fine.

First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver
Item number: 18187937 | First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver

Manufactured in 1916. The barrel has the two line Hartford address on top and "45 COLT" on the left side. The left side of the frame has the two line, three patent date marking (traces). The matching serial number stamped on the frame, trigger guard and back strap with the assembly number "838" on the loading gate. Fitted with checkered Rampant Colt grips.

Fair. The revolver has a smooth dark brown patina with some pin point pitting. A few tool marks are present on the barrel. The patent markings on frame are very faint, barley legible. The heavily worn grips are poor with a repaired left panel. Mechanically fine.

Chicago, Illinois Shipped First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter and
Item number: 18187938 | Chicago, Illinois Shipped First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter and Heiser Marked Shoulder Holster

The included factory letter confirms the caliber, barrel length and finish with the type of stocks not listed. The revolver was shipped on February 20, 1907 to Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Company as part of a 29 gun shipment. The barrel is stamped with the two line Hartford address on top and the left side is stamped "45 COLT". The frame is stamped with the two line, three patent date marking followed by a Rampant Colt on the left side. The left side of the trigger guard is marked with the Colt factory triangle proof and the letter "T". Matching numbers are stamped on the underside of the frame and grip straps. The assembly number "9848" is stamped on the loading gate. Blue finish with casehardened frame and hammer and fitted with checkered Rampant Colt grips. With the revolver is a Heiser brown leather open clip shoulder holster.

Very good. The revolver retains traces of original blue finish (a heavier concentration on the barrel) and traces of silvered out original case colors with the balance a smooth gray patina. The grips are good with some worn checkering. Mechanically fine. The holster is very good.

Black Powder Colt Frontier Six Shooter Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter
Item number: 18187939 | Black Powder Colt Frontier Six Shooter Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter

Manufactured in 1889. The top of the barrel is marked with the one line address, "COLT FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER" on the left side and the three line, three patent dates are marked on the left side of the frame. Matching serial numbers on the bottom of the frame, trigger guard and back strap. The upper left front of the trigger guard is marked "44 CAL". Standard blade front and frame notch rear sights, blue finish with casehardened frame and hammer and fitted with checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt/Federal Eagle grips. The accompanying factory letter verifies the caliber, barrel length, blue finish, rubber grips and that it was shipped as 1 of 15 to Simmons Hardware Co. in St. Louis, Missouri on March 12, 1889.

About good. There are signs of an abrasive material on the barrel, cylinder and frame. The metal is bright in these areas. The remaining metal surfaces have a mottled dark patina with scattered moderate pitting. There are three minor dings on the barrel. The grips are good with overall moderate wear and distinct checkering. A small portion of the barrel address is faint, otherwise the markings are clear. The action is fine.

Blackpowder Colt Single Action Army Revolver in 41 Colt Caliber
Item number: 18187940 | Blackpowder Colt Single Action Army Revolver in 41 Colt Caliber

Manufactured in 1891. Blade front and notch rear sights, with "41 COLT." on the left side of the barrel, two-line Hartford address on top, two-line patent dates on the frame next to the circled Rampant Colt, and matching numbers on the frame, trigger guard and back strap. Fitted with a pair of checkered hard rubber grips with Rampant Colt imprints at the tops.

Refinished showing a mixed artificial gray patina overall and scattered shallow pitting. The frame has turned a dark gray overall, with traces of the original pattern. Grips are fair, with some smooth spots, filler material on the heel and toe of the right panel and six notches cut into the butt of the left panel. Mechanically very good.

First Generation Colt Frontier Six Shooter Single Action Army Revolver with Holster
Item number: 18187941 | First Generation Colt Frontier Six Shooter Single Action Army Revolver with Holster

Manufactured in 1899. The barrel has the one line Hartford address stamped on top and "COLT FRONTIER SIX SHOOTER" is stamped on the left side of the barrel. The left side of the frame has the two line, three patent date marking followed by a circled Rampant Colt on the left side. Matching numbers on the frame, trigger guard and back strap with the assembly number "804" on the loading gate. Fitted with checkered Rampant Colt grips. With the revolver is a Heiser brown leather open top/toe holster.

Good. The revolver has a smooth gray patina over extensive minor pitting. Traces of original blue remains in the cylinder flutes. The well worn grips are good with a couple shallow holes on the bottoms. Mechanically fine. The holster is good with some minor handling marks.

First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter
Item number: 18187942 | First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver with Factory Letter

Manufactured in 1899. The barrel is stamped with the two line Hartford address on top and the left side is stamped "45 COLT". The frame is stamped with the two line, three patent date marking followed by a circled Rampant Colt on the left side. Matching numbers are stamped on the underside of the frame and grip straps. The assembly number "909" is stamped on the loading gate. Blue finish with casehardened frame and hammer and fitted with a one-piece smooth walnut grip. The included Colt factory letter confirms the caliber, barrel length and finish with the type of stocks not listed. The revolver was shipped to Simmons Hardware Company, St. Louis, Missouri, on February 19, 1899.

Good. The revolver retains scattered traces of original blue finish and traces of silvered out original case colors in the protected areas with a smooth gray patina on the balance. The oversize replacement wood is good with some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver
Item number: 18187943 | First Generation Colt Single Action Army Revolver

Manufactured in 1907. The revolver has standard blade and groove sight with the top of the barrel marked "COLT'S PT.F.A. MFG. Co HARTFORD CT. U.S.A." and the left side of the barrel is marked "38 W.C.F." The left side of the frame is marked with the two line, three patent date marking followed by a circled Rampant Colt. Matching numbers on frame and grip straps. Frame serial number has the 1 stamped over 0. Loading gate has the assembly number "2818" with the 1 stamped over another number. Fitted with checkered Rampant Colt grips numbered to gun.

Fine. The revolver retains 40% original blue finish with a smooth gray patina on the balance. The frame retains traces of original case colors. The grips are very fine with a few minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically fine.

Merwin Hulbert & Co. 2nd Model Pocket Army Single Action 44 Open top Revolver
Item number: 18187944 | Merwin Hulbert & Co. 2nd Model Pocket Army Single Action 44 Open top Revolver

Manufactured in the 1870s and early 1880s time period. The left side of the barrel is marked with the two line Hopkins & Allen address/patent dates. The right side of the frame is marked "MERWIN HULBERT & CO. N.Y./POCKET ARMY" and CALIBRE/WINCHESTER 1873" , which designates 44-40, on the left side. The serial number is marked on the butt, and the rear face of the cylinder, cylinder pin, left side of the frame under the grip, the inside of the right grip panel and back of the barrel lug are marked with the assembly number "2767". The revolver features the scooped cylinder flutes, integral front blade and rear notch sights, nickel finish with casehardened hammer and trigger guard, and fitted with black checkered hard rubber grips.

Near excellent. The revolver retains 97% original nickel finish with a small area of finish loss due to flaking on the right side of the frame, in a couple of cylinder flutes and in the loading port. There is some scattered blistering, and there are a number of minor dents and dings on the barrel. The hammer shows 70% faded original case colors with a smooth gray patina on the balance. The trigger guard has a smooth gray patina. The front sight has been filed down. The grips are excellent with a few minor dings and crisp checkering. The markings are clear. The action is excellent.

Winchester Model 92 Saddle Ring Carbine
Item number: 18187945 | Winchester Model 92 Saddle Ring Carbine

Manufactured in 1924. Pinned Lyman front sight, folding ladder rear sight, full length magazine and saddle ring staple with ring. The left side of the barrel has the two line address/patent dates followed by "25-20 W.C.F." with the factory proof on the barrel and receiver. Upper tang has the three line Model 92/trademark information. Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with crescent buttplate.

Very good as partially refinished (left side of receiver). The balance of the carbine retains 40% faded original blue finish with a smooth gray patina on the balance. The wood is also very good with a few shallow long dents and some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Outstanding Merwin Hulbert & Company Medium Frame Spur Trigger Single Action Revolver with Factory B
Item number: 18187946 | Outstanding Merwin Hulbert & Company Medium Frame Spur Trigger Single Action Revolver with Factory Box

Manufactured from the late 1870s to 1880s with only a few thousand have been manufactured. The revolver has an exposed cylinder pin, scooped cylinder flutes and recoil shield on right frame has a semi-circular scooped out area to allow for loading cartridges. The left side of the frame is marked "MERWIN HULBERT & CO./NEW YORK U.S.A." followed by "38 CAL." The top of the barrel rib is marked with the two line Hopkins & Allen address/patent dates (1874, '75, '76 & '77). The barrel, left side of the frame under the grip, cylinder and right grip panel have the assembly number "725" with the serial number (602) stamped on the butt. Nickel finish with casehardened hammer and trigger and fitted with checkered grips featuring a raised dog head at the top. With the revolver is the correct factory box.

Excellent. The revolver retains 99% plus original nickel finish with a few minor handling marks. The hammer and trigger retain 97% vivid original case colors. The grips are also excellent with overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent. The box is very good as repaired with some wear and broken paper hinge.

Merwin Hulbert Fourth Model Pocket Army Single Action Revolver
Item number: 18187947 | Merwin Hulbert Fourth Model Pocket Army Single Action Revolver

Manufactured circa early 1880s. The top of the rib is marked with the two line address/patent dates and the left side of the frame is marked "CALIBRE/WINCHESTER 1873", the designation for 44-40 caliber. The serial number is marked on the right side frame toe. The assembly number "1183" is stamped on the left side of the frame under the grip, and the rear cylinder face and barrel lug are numbered "9973". Blue finish with casehardened hammer, pinned blade front and frame notch rear sights, and fitted with smooth walnut grips.

Very good as assembled (see above) with a mix of thin original blue finish and smooth gray patina. The crude period replacement grips are fair with the escutcheon separating from the wood causing a large splinter on the inside right panel and showing minor handling marks. The grip remains solid. The barrel marking is partially visible. The action functions fine.

Merwin Hulbert Large Frame Single Action Revolver with Presentation Inscription
Item number: 18187948 | Merwin Hulbert Large Frame Single Action Revolver with Presentation Inscription

This is an example of a Merwin Hulbert & Co. large frame, single action revolver with top strap, fluted cylinder and flat butt. The revolver has a nickel plated finish with color casehardened hammer and trigger guard. The two-piece hard rubber grips feature the basket weave pattern at the top. The butt is fitted with a factory lanyard ring. The barrel has an integral half-moon front sight and the top strap has a sighting groove. The top of the barrel is roll stamped with the one line address and patent dates marking. The left side of the barrel is stamped "THE HOPKINS & ALLEN Manufacturing Co. Norwich. Conn. U.S.A." The back strap has an authentic period engraved inscription: "JASPER W. Hallock from GMW 1884". (No research has been done on the individuals involved with the aforementioned 1884 Presentation circumstances.) The left side of the frame is marked "CALIBRE/WINCHESTER" (traces remain) followed by 1873. The serial number is stamped on the butt with the assembly number "720" stamped on the left side of the frame under the grip, face of the barrel lug and rear face of the cylinder.

Fine. The revolver retains 50% original nickel finish with the balance a smooth gray patina. Minor pitting is present on the cylinder. The grips are excellent with a few minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically fine

Merwin Hulbert Large Frame Double Action Revolver with Eagle Carved Pearl Grips
Item number: 18187949 | Merwin Hulbert Large Frame Double Action Revolver with Eagle Carved Pearl Grips

This is an example of a Merwin Hulbert & Co., large frame, double action revolver with top strap, fluted cylinder and flat butt. The revolver has a nickel plated finish with color casehardened hammer and trigger guard. The two-piece grips are pearl with an eagle grasping a snake in its month carved on the right panel. The butt is fitted with a factory lanyard ring. The barrel has an integral half-moon front sight and the top strap has a sighting groove. The top of the barrel is roll stamped with the legend "MERWIN HULBERT & CO. New York, U.S.A. Pat. Apl. 17. 77. June 15. 80. Mar. 14. 82. Jan. 9. 83." The left side of the barrel is roll-stamped "THE HOPKINS & ALLEN Manufacturing Co. Norwich. Conn. U.S.A." (traces remain). The left side of the frame is stamped "CALIBRE 44 M.H.& Co." The serial number is stamped on the butt with the assembly number "9770" stamped on the left side of the frame under the grip, face of the barrel lug and rear face of the cylinder.

Very fine as period renickeled. The revolver retains 90% of the nickel plating with some minor flaking. A couple areas of minor pitting are present. Traces of case colors remain on the hammer and trigger guard. A large piece of pearl is missing from the left grip panel, otherwise the grips are very good with some chipping and a crisp eagle. Mechanically fine.

Merwin Hulbert & Company Medium Frame Double Action Revolver with Scarce Blue Finish
Item number: 18187950 | Merwin Hulbert & Company Medium Frame Double Action Revolver with Scarce Blue Finish

Manufactured circa 1880s. This example has a blue finish, while the standard finish for this model was nickel. The top of the barrel rib is marked with the two line address/patent dates and the left side of the frame is marked "38 CAL". The matching serial number is marked on the left side of the grip frame under the grip, on the rear face of the cylinder and rear of the barrel lug. the 5-shot fluted cylinder and bird's head frame with integral lanyard ring. Pinned blade front and frame notch rear sights, blue finish with casehardened hammer, trigger and trigger guard. Fitted with black checkered hard rubber grips.

Fine. The revolver retains 30% original blue finish mainly on the cylinder, left side of the frame and in protected areas, with a smooth brown patina on the balance. The hammer retains almost all of the original case colors, most of the faded case colors remain on the trigger guard and strong case colors on the protected area of the trigger. The grips are excellent with some minor handling marks and crisp checkering. The markings are clear. The action is excellent.

L. Clark Marked Half Stock Percussion Rifle with German Silver Inlaid Stock
Item number: 18187951 | L. Clark Marked Half Stock Percussion Rifle with German Silver Inlaid Stock

The light scroll and game bird scene engraved lock plate is marked "Henry Parker/Warranted" ahead of the hammer. The top barrel flat is marked "L. CLARK" behind the rear sight. Consignor notes state that Lorenzo Clark is listed in Alabama, Geneseo County, New York, circa 1848-67 and Henry Parker is in Birmingham England, circa 1852-55. Equipped with double set triggers, fixed sights and barrel tang tapped for sight mounting. The nicely figured half stock has 12 German silver overlays and a German silver forend cap with brass crescent buttplate, trigger guard and patch box. Radiating lines accent the patch box screws, otherwise the patch box is plain. The German silver ramrod pipes hold a hickory ramrod.

Very good. The barrel has a smooth crisp dark patina with a mixed gray patina on the action. The brass has a smooth aged patina. The German silver is excellent. The stock is good with a few minor handling marks. Hammer does not release properly from the full cock position.

H. Elwell Half Stock Percussion Rifle with Patriotic Stock Decoration
Item number: 18187952 | H. Elwell Half Stock Percussion Rifle with Patriotic Stock Decoration

The scroll and marsh scene engraved lock plate is marked "H. ELWELL/WARRANTED" and the bolster is marked "T.H.K." Equipped with fixed sights and double set triggers. The half stock has a crescent buttplate and numerous brass overlays (12 in all) including a "Federal style" drop wing eagle on both sides of the buttstock, covering most of the cheekpieces. Both sides of the buttstock have a cheekpiece for either left or right handed shooters.

Good. The rifle has a smooth dark brown patina. The brass has a smooth aged patina. The wood is good with a few hairline cracks and some minor handling marks. Mechanically needs work.

Collector's Lot of Two Warren & Steele Albany Saw Handle Percussion Guns -A) Warren & Steele Saw Han
Item number: 18187953 | Collector's Lot of Two Warren & Steele Albany Saw Handle Percussion Guns -A) Warren & Steele Saw Handle Percussion Pistol-Carbine with Stock


A) The lock plate is marked "WARREN/& STEELE/ALBANY." Fixed sights with an empty dovetail slot behind the front sight, fish hammer with floral engraving. Stock has a pewter forend cap, German silver band at the butt and German silver oval inlay on the butt. The spur trigger guard is German silver. With a wooden shoulder stock. Consignor notes state that this pistol and the "B" pistol of this lot came from the Thomas Charlton Henry Collection. Lt. Col. Thomas Charlton Henry was a Union Army surgeon during the Civil War. He also studied Ornithology and there is an article about him in the book ORNITHOLOGISTS OF THE U.S. ARMY MEDICAL CORPS. When the war between the states began, even though his health was still not good, Dr. Henry volunteered to serve in the Union Army. He had resigned from the Army in 1859 before the Civil War began. He lived in Kentucky until his death in 1877.

Manufucture: Warren & Steele
Model: Percussion
BBL: 24 inch octagon
Stock: walnut
Guage: 49
Finish: blue/casehardened
Grips:
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Fair. The barrel has a mottled gray patina with some scattered light spotting. The barrel rib is slightly loose near the muzzle. The action has a smooth gray patina. The stock is poor with crude period repairs using copper and German silver panels. Mechanically good.

B) Lock plate marked "WARREN/& STEELE/ALBANY" and barrel marked "N. LEWIS/TROY." Nelson Lewis was a renowned New York gunmaker and is known for participating in a shooting match with his rival gunmaker Morgan James in 1854. Fixed sights, belt hook, fish hammer, set trigger and floral engraving. The stock has a pewter forend cap, German silver band at the butt and German silver oval inlay on the butt. The spur trigger guard is German silver.

Manufucture: Warren & Steele
Model: Percussion
BBL: 8 inch octagon
Stock: walnut
Guage: 47
Finish: blue/casehardened
Grips:
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Very good. The barrel retains streaks of original blue finish with the balance a smooth brown patina. The action, breech plug and barrel tang have a smooth gray patina. The German silver is fine. The stock is very good with a couple small cracks and a number of minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Collector's Lot of Two Percussion Rifles -A) Full Stock Percussion Rifle
Item number: 18187954 | Collector's Lot of Two Percussion Rifles -A) Full Stock Percussion Rifle


A) No visible markings with fixed sights, brass furniture including the patch box, double set triggers and full length stock with crescent buttplate.

Manufucture: Unmarked
Model: Percussion
BBL: 38 1/4 inch octagon
Stock: maple
Guage: 38 Percussion
Finish: brown
Grips:
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Fair. The rifle has a smooth crisp dark patina. The brass has a mixed patina. The stock is good with wood missing and repaired around the ill-fitting lock and some minor handling marks. Action does not function.

B) Lock plate has an engraved marsh scene at the rear and signed "J. GOLCHER" in a banner and the top barrel flat is marked "JOS. GIBBONS". Equipped with double set triggers and fixed sights. Full stock with brass furniture including the lightly engraved side plate, German silver patch box, cheekpiece with oval German silver inlay crudely inscribed "1897/JCHE/DL DANIELS".

Manufucture: J. Golcher
Model: Percussion
BBL: 38 1/4 inch octagon
Stock: maple
Guage: 38 Percussion
Finish: brown
Grips:
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Fair. The rifle has a smooth dark patina with minor flash pitting. Barrel tang has two holes (one is filled). The stock is fair with a wood filled repair near the lock, a pin repair near the trigger guard, wood missing around the ill-fitting lock and a long strip of wood missing from the forearm. The forearm is missing a pin near the cap, therefore loose at the front. Mechanically fine.

New England Flintlock Rifle
Item number: 18187955 | New England Flintlock Rifle

Manufactured circa 1780-1800. According to consignor notes this rifle is attributed to one of the Mathewson family of gunsmiths. Features a buck and ball style rifled barrel measuring 48 inches and gauging at 69 caliber. "REDFERN" is visible on the lock with no other visible markings. Brass mountings with light engraving on the trigger guard. Mounted with a full length straight grip cherry stock with lightly engraved silver thumb oval and wooden ramrod with metal end.

Very good. The metal surfaces have a smooth mottled gray patina with some minor flash pitting on the breech end of the barrel and on the lock. The brass components have a natural dark aged patina. The stock is good with an old repair at the wrist, a long crack on the underside of the forearm, and overall some minor dents and dings, and showing a very pleasant dark wood color. The action is fine.

Antique Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18187956 | Antique Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1898 and later factory rebarreled. The included Cody Firearms Museum research request states that the rifle was originally chambered for 38-55 caliber and was shipped on October 9, 1901. Blade front sight and elevation adjustable rear sight on a barrel with Winchester factory "WP" oval proof and factory rebarreled proof. Upper left barrel flat has the two line address/patent date marking and "38-55" and the upper tang has the three line model/patent dates. Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with crescent buttplate.

Good as refinished and factory rebarreled (see above). The barrel and magazine retain 95% of the blue finish with the remaining metal surfaces retaining traces of original blue finish and case colors, otherwise a smooth gray patina. Some minor pitting is present. The refinished wood is also good with a few minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

G.S. Schalk Pottsville Marked Percussion Target Rifle
Item number: 18187957 | G.S. Schalk Pottsville Marked Percussion Target Rifle

The top barrel flat is marked "G. SCHALK POTTSVILLE". George Schalk (1821-1893) of Pottsville, Pennsylvania, is listed in Frank Sellers' book "AMERICAN GUNSMITHS". The barrel has a false muzzle. The hammer and lock plate feature a scroll and punch dot engraving. The scrollwork extends to the artfully sculpted trigger guard, frame, upper tang and Swiss style buttplate, all of which are German silver components. The front sight is a hooded pin and a peep sight is mounted on the tang. A bullet starter and a brass tipped wooden ramrod come with the rifle. The nicely figured straight grip stock has checkering on the wrist.

Very good plus . The barrel, lock plate and hammer have a smooth crisp dark patina showing some minor dings towards the muzzle. The German silver is fine. The engraving is crisp. The stock is very fine with some minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically fine.

J. Keller Marked Pennsylvania Percussion Conversion Rifle
Item number: 18187958 | J. Keller Marked Pennsylvania Percussion Conversion Rifle

According to notes provided by the consignor, this rifle was the work of John Keller of Carlisle, Cumberland Country, Pennsylvania during the 1820's, later being converted from flint to percussion (consignor states that this rifle was found in a barn in the Petersburg, Illinois area). Blade front and notch rear sights, with "J. KELLER" on both the top barrel flat and on the lock beneath the nipple drum. Fitted with a brass hand rest trigger guard with double set triggers. Smooth straight wrist stock, with a brass tipped forearm and ramrod, a lightly punch-dot decorated side plate, and "I" shaped accent panel on the underside of the buttstock and a curved brass buttplate.

Good, with a mixed brown patina overall, showing a few areas of gray, scattered handling marks, and a small amount of pitting around the drum and muzzle. The lock shows a mixed gray, with a few remnants of the flash pan and frizzen assembly. Stock is also good as reoiled, with a mended chip at the toe of the buttstock and scattered dents. Mechanically very good.

Leman Pennsylvania Half Stock Percussion Rifle
Item number: 18187959 | Leman Pennsylvania Half Stock Percussion Rifle

The lock plate has a floral scroll engraving and is marked "LEMAN/LANCTR, PA". Several Lemans of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, are listed in the book "AMERICAN GUNSMITHS" by Frank Sellers. The unmarked octagon barrel is fitted with fixed sights. Brass furniture including the patch box on the right side of the buttstock. Equipped with double set triggers. Nicely figured half stock with German silver panel on the underside of the forearm, heart on cheekpiece, and pewter forend tip.

Good as refinished. The rifle retains 80% of the blue finish showing minor thinning with some minor flash type pitting. The ramrod pipes are replacements. The stock is fine with a repaired chip near the barrel tang, a couple small hairline cracks and some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

N. York Marked Kentucky Flintlock Rifle
Item number: 18187960 | N. York Marked Kentucky Flintlock Rifle

Manufactured circa 1800-1820. The top barrel flat is marked "MOORE N. YORK" between the breech and rear sight, and there is an unrecognizable recessed oval proof marking on the upper left flat at the breech (possibly a contract rifle for New York). The lock is unmarked and has simple line border engraving. Brass mountings including the Harpers Ferry style patch box with a push button release on the buttplate tang. Blade front and fixed iron rear sights, grip extended trigger guard, wooden ramrod secured by four brass pipes and mounted on a full length straight grip curly maple stock with a cheekpiece and brass buttplate.

Very good. The rifle remains in its original flintlock configuration. The barrel has a smooth mottled gray and brown patina. The remaining metal surfaces have a smooth dark patina. The brass has natural untouched dark aged patina. The stock is also very good. The forward stock pin is absent and the stock is loose in that area, otherwise the stock retains most of the original finish, and shows scattered minor dents and scratches. The barrel marking is clear. The action is fine.

Leman Pennsylvania Full Stock Percussion Rifle
Item number: 18187961 | Leman Pennsylvania Full Stock Percussion Rifle

The lock plate has light scrollwork and is marked "LEMAN/LANCASTER PA". Several Lemans of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, are listed in the book AMERICAN GUNSMITHS by Frank Sellers. The barrel is signed "R.F. Stunband" on the top flat. Equipped with fixed sights and double set triggers. The rifle has brass furniture including the patch box and a cheekpiece with German silver overlay.

About good. The rifle has a smooth crisp dark patina with extensive minor pitting. The brass has a smooth dark patina as well. The stock is fine with a few hairline stress cracks (mostly at the barrel tang) and a few repairs with some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Collector's Lot of Two Full Stock Percussion Rifles -A) Full Stock Percussion Rifle
Item number: 18187962 | Collector's Lot of Two Full Stock Percussion Rifles -A) Full Stock Percussion Rifle


A) The lock plate has an illegible maker's marking with engraved game birds. Brass furniture, fixed sights, full stock with German silver overlays, cheekpiece with brass wire border inlay (starting to loosen) and double set triggers.

Manufucture: Unknown
Model: Percussion Rifle
BBL: 42 inch octagon
Stock: maple
Guage: 32 percussion
Finish: brown
Grips:
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Fair. The rifle has a smooth crisp dark patina with flash pitting. Missing the side plate screw and half of the rear ramrod pipe. The brass has an overall even patina. The refinished stock is poor with repaired wrist (with period installed copper reinforcing plate) and wood missing around the lock plate. Mechanically good.

B) The lock plate is marked "Warranted" and has a scroll and game bird engraving. The barrel has an illegible signature. Fixed sights, brass furniture including the floral engraved patch box, double set triggers and full length stock.

Manufucture: Unknown
Model: Percussion Rifle
BBL: 41 1/4 inch octagon
Stock: maple
Guage: 54 percussion
Finish: brown
Grips:
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Fair. The rifle has a mottled brown/gray patina. The stock is poor with a large filled repair and a large chunk of wood missing at the lock plate and some repairs. Hammer does not cock and missing adjusting trigger screw.

Collector's Lot of Two Half Stock Percussion Rifles -A) J. Henry & Son Half Stock Percussion Rifle
Item number: 18187963 | Collector's Lot of Two Half Stock Percussion Rifles -A) J. Henry & Son Half Stock Percussion Rifle


A) The lock plate and barrel are marked "J. HENRY/& SON". Fixed sights, double set triggers and half stock with cheekpiece and marked "US" behind the trigger guard. Consignor notes state that it is a treaty gun.

Manufucture: J. Henry & Son
Model: Percussion
BBL: 35 1/4 inch octagon
Stock: walnut
Guage: 38 Percussion
Finish: brown
Grips:
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Fair. The rifle has a dark mottled patina with minor flash pitting. The varnished and repaired stock is fine with a few minor handling marks. Adjusting trigger screw is missing, otherwise action is good.

B) Game bird scene engraved on rear of lock plate and barrel marked "J. WALLACE/WARRANTED" with fixed sights (two filled dovetail slots ahead of rear sight). Barrel tang is tapped, set triggers, brass furniture and half stock with cheekpiece.

Manufucture: Unknown
Model: Percussion Rifle
BBL: 34 1/2 inch octagon
Stock: maple
Guage: 44 percussion
Finish: brown
Grips:
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Fair. The rifle has an artificial brown patina overall with the brass having a smooth aged patina. Ramrod pipes are repaired and minor flash type pitting. The revarnished stock is fine with a crack near the side plate, a hairline crack near with a missing sliver of wood near the lock plate and some minor handling marks. Mechanically very good.

Collector's Lot of Two Percussion Long Guns -A) William S. Robinson Michigan Over/Under Double Side
Item number: 18187964 | Collector's Lot of Two Percussion Long Guns -A) William S. Robinson Michigan Over/Under Double Side Hammer Percussion Combination Gun


A) The top barrel gauges at 40 caliber and the lower barrel gauges at 62 caliber. The top barrel is rifled and the lower barrel is smooth bore with "Wm S ROBINSON Mt CLEMENS MICH" marked on the top barrel. Open dovetail slot behind the blade front sight, tang peep sight and single trigger. Straight grip stock with brass furniture including the patch box.

Manufucture: Unknown
Model: Over/Under
BBL: 31 1/2 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 40 Perc
Finish: brown
Grips:
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Good. The combination gun has a smooth crisp dark patina showing some minor pitting (heavier at the breech) with some rust at the muzzles. The brass has a dark patina. The stock is also good with a large chip missing near the toe, and some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

B) The heavy barrel is stamped "J. ADAIR" on the top flat and is equipped with a globe front sight and Redfield peep sight on a mounting bracket with a filled rear sight dovetail and open front sight dovetail. Double set triggers and half stock with patch box, "55" stamped behind the lower tang and crescent buttplate.

Manufucture: Unknown
Model: Percussion Rifle
BBL: 30 3/4 inch octagon
Stock: walnut
Guage: 50 Perc
Finish: brown
Grips:
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Good. The rifle has a smooth dark patina overall. The stock is very good with a large wood filled repair on the forearm, a long hairline crack behind the trigger guard and a few minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Large 19th Century American Gunsmith's Store Front Trade Sign
Item number: 18187965 | Large 19th Century American Gunsmith's Store Front Trade Sign

Measuring 84 inches in overall length, this sign is rendered in the shape of a percussion rifle, wood construction overall with a pair of metal "barrel bands" securing the "ramrod", with the "metal" painted black and the stock in brown. Running across the left side of the sign in red and gold lettering is "PERRYVILLE GUNSMITH". Perryville, located in Wood County, Ohio, was one of only 2 cities laid out by Revolutionary War Engineer Pierre Charles L'Enfant, the other being Washington, D.C.. The specific gunsmith who used this sign has not been researched.

Very fine overall, with mild flaking of the paint and wear. The ultimate addition to a Kentucky rifle collectors gun room or display.

Flintlock Conversion of a Tschinke Rifle with Finely Inlaid Bone and Pearl Stock
Item number: 18187966 | Flintlock Conversion of a Tschinke Rifle with Finely Inlaid Bone and Pearl Stock

Reminiscent of a Tschinke wheelock, this example was converted to flintlock in the late 18th or early 19th Century. Raised bead front sight and dovetailed notch rear sight, with light scroll and punch dot engraving at the swamped muzzle and on the breech and tang. Additional scrollwork with textured background is present on the lock, with light scroll patterns on the frizzen spring. A trigger with a curled tip is installed in a gold washed plate, with a trigger guard doubling as a finger rest. Smooth full length stock, with bone ramrod tip and pipes, small round and diamond shaped mother of pearl accent panels on the forearm and buttstock, extensive bone scroll and dot decoration, and a number of bone animal motifs, including scenes of dogs chasing rabbits, an elephant on the right side of the buttstock above the patch box, and a scene of a man on horseback spearing a wild animal on the cheekrest.

Good. The steel shows a well aged brown patina overall, with some edge wear and mild handling marks. The stock is good, with a few small chips absent from the forearm, scattered pressure dents, and attractive inlays. Mechanically very good.

Winchester Model 1885 Low Wall Single Shot Rifle
Item number: 18187967 | Winchester Model 1885 Low Wall Single Shot Rifle

Manufactured in 1892. The top flat of the number 1 barrel is marked the two line address/patent marking on the upper left flat head of the rear sight with "32 W.C.F." at the breech and is fitted with a blade front sight and elevation buckhorn rear sight. Winchester oval proof on the barrel and receiver at the breech. The lower tang has the patent date and the serial number. Straight grip stock with a crescent buttplate and forearm with an ebony tip inlay.

Good with factory replacement barrel. The barrel retains 70% faded original blue finish showing some thinning to a gray. The remaining metal surfaces have a mottled gray patina with traces of original case colors on the breech block. There is some very scattered light pitting. The reoiled wood is very good with a few minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

British Tower Flintlock Martial Pistol
Item number: 18187968 | British Tower Flintlock Martial Pistol

The lock plate is marked "TOWER" vertically behind the hammer and a large crown over "GR" is marked ahead of the hammer. The lock and hammer have a double line border. Three British proofs are stamped on the left rear of the barrel with an additional proof on the right side. The furniture is brass which includes the side plate, buttcap, trigger guard and ramrod pipe. The full length stock has a small "WH" stamped on the left flat and British proofs are stamped near the lock. The included wooden ramrod has a swollen head.

Very good plus. The pistol has a mottled gray patina with minor pitting. The brass has a smooth dark patina. The stock is fine with a large chip missing near the lock plate, a deep gouge and some scattered minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Pair of Ornate Flintlock Mediterranean Pistols with Carved and Inlaid Stocks -A) Flintlock Pistol
Item number: 18187969 | Pair of Ornate Flintlock Mediterranean Pistols with Carved and Inlaid Stocks -A) Flintlock Pistol


A) The chieftan quality flintlock pistol is without a maker marking. The lock plate and hammer have nearly a full coverage floral scroll chiseling. The trigger guard has a floral blossom engraving and the side plate has a scroll engraving. The barrel has a cannon muzzle with the rear section having a highly detailed and raised chiseled arms motif, which covers an area 2 3/4 inches long. The full length stock has an ornate carved patten with the grip area featuring a scroll silver wire inlay. The stock has a buttcap with raised accents, a flared butt, an engraved thumb escutcheon and a faux ramrod which has a silver wire inlaid pattern.

Manufucture: Unmarked
Model: Flintlock
BBL: 9 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 62
Finish: bright
Grips:
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Good. The pistol has a smooth brown-gray patina showing some light pitting on the barrel. The stock is very fine with a small chip missing on the forearm and some minor handling marks with much of the silver wire remaining. Action is tight.

B) As described in "A".

Manufucture: Unmarked
Model: Flintlock
BBL: 9 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 62
Finish: bright
Grips:
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Good. The pistol has a smooth brown-gray patina. The stock is very fine with some minor handing marks and most of the silver wire remaining. Action is tight.

Engraved Miquelet Pistol
Item number: 18187970 | Engraved Miquelet Pistol

The pistol is without maker markings but is likely from the 1760s. The barrel has a raised wide band at the juncture of the round and octagon sections. The lock plate features a floral engraving with a raised mythical god head at the tail. The floral engraving extends to the artfully shaped action components with an additional raised head on the frizzen. A light engraving is featured on the barrel tang. The decorative brass side plate depicts a hunting scene and the brass trigger guard has a raised bust of a woman. The buttcap is also brass and features a scroll and game engraving with a raised bust of a woman. The full length stock has a flared butt, brass ramrod pipes and a large brass crown crest behind the barrel tang. The wooden rammer has a screw extractor.

Very good. The pistol has a mottled bright patina with some very scattered light pitting. The brass has an even patina. The stock is good with a repaired forearm, wood filled repair butt and some minor handling marks. Action needs work.

Pair of Engraved Mediterranean Flintlock Pistols with German Silver Furniture and Inlaid Stocks -A)
Item number: 18187971 | Pair of Engraved Mediterranean Flintlock Pistols with German Silver Furniture and Inlaid Stocks -A) Flintlock Pistol


A) The breech of the barrel has a series of chiseled bands followed by an ornate chiseled pattern. The hammer and lock plate have a deep relief floral pattern. A light engraving is featured on the barrel tang. There are no maker markings. The buttcap, trigger guard, ornate side plate and stock buttcap are German silver. The front ramrod pipe is connected to the barrel band which is also German silver. The trigger guard features a star motif while the buttcap has a star, floral and dot motif. The full length stock has a flared butt with a checkered and floral carved pattern followed by a silver wire vine and leaf inlaid pattern on the grip area. There is also a large silver inlaid leaf on the grip area.

Manufucture: Unmarked
Model: Flintlock
BBL: 11 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 65
Finish: bright
Grips:
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Good. The barrel has a bright appearance with minor pitting. The barrel band is cracked and the buttcap is missing a medallion, otherwise the German silver components are fine. The stock is fair with a few missing pieces of wood and some chipping. Mechanically very good.

B) As described in "A".

Manufucture: Unmarked
Model: Flintlock
BBL: 11 inch round
Stock: walnut
Guage: 65
Finish: bright
Grips:
Serial Number: NSN

Condition: Good. The barrel and action have a bright appearance with minor pitting. The German silver is fine with the ramrod pipe/barrel band reattached. The stock is fair with a few pieces of wood missing and some chipping. Mechanically very good.

Interesting Magician's Trick Pistol
Item number: 18187972 | Interesting Magician's Trick Pistol

Manufactured circa 1830-1850 and fitted with a "G. Golcher" lock, this pistol is designed to look like a functional percussion gun with a massive bore, when in fact the "barrel" is just a brass tube, with the percussion nipple connected to the lower, true barrel, which is disguised as a ramrod cutout. A number of tricks could be performed with this arm, the most popular being the shooting ball trick. The performer would ask for a volunteer from the audience, when the volunteer came on stage the magician would ask him to scratch his or hers initials on a ball. The magician would then take the ball back for the participate and ask them to pour the powder into the large barrel, while this is going on the magician "palms" the initialed ball and drops another ball into the barrel after the powder is poured in. He then asks the volunteer to use a ram rod and pack the ball and powder. The magician then tells the audience that he is going to shoot the ball at his lovely assistant and that she will catch the ball in her teeth. The magician fires at the assistant, there's a loud bang and big puff of smoke, she falls backward onto the ground from the impact of catching the ball in her mouth, the magician runs to her aid, rubbing her face, head and hand all the while slipping the ball into her mouth. When the assistant comes to, the magician removes the ball from her mouth and gives it to the volunteer, asking them, "is this the ball you scratched your initials into" and of course it is, and the trick is completed to the amazement of the crowd. The replaced ball remains safely in the barrel because the lower barrel was pre loaded with powder and was actually the barrel that was fired causing the big puff of smoke and noise. The lock is engraved, with "G. GOULCHER" banner, a brass trigger guard, silver finished round disc on top of the wrist, and a flared butt with decorative grooves.

Fine, with a mixed gray and brown patina on the lock and hammer, and fine aged color on the brass and silver. The stock shows a few chips on the butt, small cracks and scattered pressure dents. Mechanically fine.

Ketland & Company Flintlock Pistol with Holster
Item number: 18187973 | Ketland & Company Flintlock Pistol with Holster

Produced without sights, with "LONDON" on the tip barrel flat surrounded by an engraved border, crown "V" and "GP" proofs on the upper left side of the barrel, and a burst design on the tang screw. Border engraved lock plate and hammer, with "KETLAND/& Co" stamped below the fenced flash pan. Smooth pistol grip stock, with brass ramrod pipes, raised acorn finial and zigzag bordered reverse and inscription plates, silver escutcheons and teardrop-shaped grip accent panels, and a cupped silver buttplate. With a brown leather holster. Consignor attributes the pistol to Silas Allen, but we cannot confirm.

Good, with a mixed gray and brown patina overall, showing areas of spotting, mild pitting around the touch hole and scattered handling marks. The wood is good, with a chip absent behind the lock plate, a crack extending from the reverse plate to the breech, and a few mild dents. The holster is fair, having once been part of a 2-holster saddle brace, with some fraying along the cut top edge and cracking overall. Mechanically very good.

Engraved and Gold Inlaid Calvert Marked English Flintlock Pistol
Item number: 18187974 | Engraved and Gold Inlaid Calvert Marked English Flintlock Pistol

Lightly engraved lock marked "I & W CALVERT" and the top barrel flat is marked "LEEDS". Gold inlaid band on the upper flats of the breech plug and the barrel tang is engraved with floral designs. The trigger guard is engraved with a floral design. Sliding hammer safety, wooden ramrod with brass tip and mounted on a full walnut stock with checkered grip area. Comes with a small caliber, two cavity iron bullet mold marked Colts patent.

Good. The barrel and hammer have a smooth mottled gray patina. The trigger guard and tang have a smooth mottled brown patina. The lock has a smooth dark patina. All of the gold inlay remains. The stock is good with scattered minor dents and dings associated with a pistol of this age, the checkering is crisp and the edges of the flat remain sharp. The markings and engraving are clear. The action is fine. The Colts patent bullet mold is good with a mottled patina, and dents and dings.

THOMAS Marked Flintlock Pistol with Snap Bayonet
Item number: 18187975 | THOMAS Marked Flintlock Pistol with Snap Bayonet

Produced without sights, with dot-engraved bands at the breech and the end of the octagonal barrel section, a pair of "crown/crossed scepter" stamps on the upper left flat, a sliding catch on the tang and a 5 3/4 inch single fuller triangular spike bayonet mounted on the muzzle. The frame is marked "THOMAS", with floral patterns on the screws and trigger guard and a pineapple finial. Smooth full length stock, with a horn tipped and extractor screw equipped hardwood ramrod and an unmarked silver inscription shield.

Very good, showing a mixed gray patina, areas of mild pitting and scattered handling marks. The touch hole is a bit high relative to the flash pan. Stock is good as repaired, with a section of professionally replaced wood at the tip, a few cracks, and mild chipping. The frizzen spring is weak, otherwise mechanically good.

English Military Percussion Pistol
Item number: 18187976 | English Military Percussion Pistol

The locked is marked with a standing lion holding a crown, the left rear of the barrel is marked "S/crown/GP/crown/V" and there is an unrecognizable proof on the right rear ahead of the bolster. The left stock flat is marked "HEGLEY J B" upside-down just ahead of the screw and the same marking as on the lock to the rear of the flat. The barrel appears to have been bright and the lock and hammer casehardened. Brass mountings and mounted with a full length smooth walnut stock with a swivel style iron ramrod and large lanyard ring on the brass butt cap.

Good. The barrel has a gray patina that is lightly pitted. The lock and hammer show traces of faded original case colors and a smooth mottled gray patina on the balance. The brass has an aged patina (semi bright on the trigger guard). The stock is very good with some scattered minor dents, dings and scratches. The action is excellent.

British Flintlock Cavalry Pattern Carbine
Item number: 18187977 | British Flintlock Cavalry Pattern Carbine

The lock plate is stamped with a large crown over "GR" ahead of the hammer and is equipped with a sliding hammer safety. The left rear of the barrel is marked with two British crown proofs. The carbine has brass furniture including the trigger guard and buttplate. The number "67" is marked in large font on the trigger guard. Mounted on a full length straight grip stock featuring a saddle ring bar with two rings on the left side. It has a swivel iron ramrod.

Very good. The carbine has a mottled gray patina with light pitting. Front sight has been ground. The brass has an attractive patina. The stock is also very good with a number of minor pressure dents and scratches. Mechanically fine.

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine
Item number: 18187978 | Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine

Manufactured in 1927. Pinned Marble 894 blade front sight, ladder rear sight, full length magazine and saddle ring staple with ring. The left side of the barrel has the Winchester legend with the right side has the two line address. The upper tang has the three line model/trade mark information. Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with crescent buttplate.

Fine as partially refinished. The rifle retains 50% original blue finish with the balance a smooth gray patina. The magazine tube is a refinished replacement. The reoiled wood is fine with some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Brass Barreled Flintlock Blunderbuss
Item number: 18187979 | Brass Barreled Flintlock Blunderbuss

Manufactured without sights, with a widely flared muzzle. The lock plate is lightly border engraved, with a roller-equipped frizzen spring. Checkered straight wrist stock with a horn tipped ramrod, brass ramrod pipe and trigger guard, an unmarked silver inscription panel on top of the wrist, and a smooth flat buttplate.

Very good. The barrel shows a dark patina, with some scratching on the breech from the hammer and evidence of bushing around the touch hole. The steel components are a mixed gray overall, with mild pitting. Stock is good, with a number of dents and scratches. Mechanically fair.

Exceptionally Scarce Special Order/Deluxe Winchester Model 1886 Takedown Lever Action Rifle with Fac
Item number: 18187738 | Exceptionally Scarce Special Order/Deluxe Winchester Model 1886 Takedown Lever Action Rifle with Factory Documentation

This is an excellent example of a rare Deluxe Winchester Model 1886 takedown lever action rifle chambered in the, then, hot new 33 WCF cartridge. This rifle was manufactured in late 1904, received in the Winchester factory warehouse in Feb 1904. It was shipped out under order 219666 on 18, Feb 1904. This cartridge was first produced in late 1902 making this rifle an early chambering for this new high velocity cartridge. As noted this rifle exhibits several deluxe features, such as the pistol grip stock, deluxe/fancy walnut stock and forend, with the highly desirable takedown feature, full magazine, shotgun style butt. The Winchester factory letter validates all these features except that it states it has a rubber buttplate, with this rifle clearly having a standard steel checkered buttplate (a.k.a. M70 style buttplate). The top of the barrel is roll stamped in two lines with "MANUFACTURED BY THE/-WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN. CONN. U.S.A-" ahead of the rear sight, with, "NICKEL STEEL BARREL/ESPECIALLY FOR SMOKELESS POWDER" on the left rear side of the barrel in front of the takedown collar. The caliber designation "33 W.C.F." is stamped on the top of the barrel at the breech. As noted the buttstock and forend are made from a beautiful set of extra fancy burl walnut stock, with matching figure on both sides. The pistol grip has the standard black hard rubber, embossed "WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS" grip cap with both having been factory checkered. It is fitted with a special order Lyman hunting front sight with ivory insert and a low profile, adjustable sporting rear sight. The upper receiver tang is roll stamped "-MODEL 1886-". The lower tang is stamped with the 1884 and 1885 patent dates and the serial number "130031" in script numerals.

Very fine with 98% of an old professionally applied blue finish, now just starting to show some age with only very light edges and high spot wear. The edges are sharp and square and have not been buffed or rounded over with clear sharp factory markings. The stock and forend have an oil finish and both are in excellent condition with sharp distinct checkering, showing only a couple of minor handling marks. There is a small crack just starting on the left center side of the buttstock. An excellent example of a really nice and very desirable deluxe special order Winchester Model 1886 lever action rifle.

Antique Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle in Desirable 38-55 WCF Caliber
Item number: 18187739 | Antique Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle in Desirable 38-55 WCF Caliber

Manufactured 1898. Full length magazine tube, brass blade front sight and elevation adjustable buckhorn rear sight. The top of the barrel has the two line address marking and "38-55". The upper tang is fitted with a short range peep sight. Nicely figured straight grain walnut forearm with a steel forend cap and straight grip stock with a crescent buttplate.

Fine. The rifle retains 30% plus thin original blue finish with a smooth brown and plum patina on the balance. The casehardened parts have a smooth mottled gray patina. The reoiled wood is very good as refinished showing some minor handling marks. The markings are clear. The action is excellent.

British Tower Flintlock Military Pistol with Regiment Markings
Item number: 18187980 | British Tower Flintlock Military Pistol with Regiment Markings

Two British proofs are stamped on the rear left side of the barrel which is without sights. The lock plate has "TOWER" stamped vertically at the rear and a large crown over "GR" along with a "crown/arrow" proof ahead of the hammer. A light floral engraving is present at the tail of the lock plate. The pistol has brass plated furniture which includes the side plate and buttcap. The trigger guard is marked "WYC/M/96" (possibly for Worcester Yeomanry Cavalry which was formed in 1794 as volunteer cavalry during the French Revolutionary Wars). The pistol has an iron swivel ramrod featuring a large button head. The stock has a single barrel wedge, a flared butt and a crown proof stamped on the left flat.

Very good. The barrel and action have a smooth gray patina with some light pitting. The remaining metal surfaces show flaking of the brass plating. The stock is very good as revarnished with a repaired chip on the underside of the forearm and some minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Scottish Highland Dirk with Matching Knife and Fork Set, in Sheath
Item number: 18187981 | Scottish Highland Dirk with Matching Knife and Fork Set, in Sheath

Developed independently from the naval dirk, the Highland Dirk was a popular sidearm during the Jacobite Risings, later growing to be part of the national dress of Scotland. Measuring 17 1/4 inches overall, the dirk is fitted with an 11 1/2 inch double fuller blade with a filework decorated spine. The silver finished brass collar is decorated with an engraved thistle, which runs in an infinite loop about the band, and the grip is carved hardwood with raised woven ribbon patterns, silver finished beading, and a thistle-patterned pommel with silver finished cap. The brown leather sheath has silver finished furniture, with the thistle design repeated on the tip, light border engraving on the throats, and a chain hanger on the rear. Also included with the sheath is a "mess kit" set of a knife (7 1/2 inch overall, 3 7/8 inch blade) and two-pronged fork (6 inch overall, 1 5/8 inch tines), with silver finished collars and matching style hardwood grips.

Fine overall. The blade shows mild spotting and handling marks, and is slightly loose in its mounting. The silver components show mild wear and a mixed patina, with some brass visible on the high edges and sheath fittings. The grips are very good, with attractive details. The leather shows mild cracks and scuffs.

Collector's Lot of Two British Military Swords
Item number: 18187982 | Collector's Lot of Two British Military Swords

1) Scottish style basket hilt claymore sword, 39 inches overall with a nickel finished double fuller 33 inch blade, with etched decoration, a "GR" King George cipher, and a silver inlaid "PROVED" stamp. Nickel finished basket hilt, with red and blue felt inner padding, red tassels, and a wire wrapped sharkskin grip. With an iron fitted brown leather sheath. 2) Light cavalry saber, 37 inches overall with a 32 1/2 inch curved single fuller blade, engraved with martial themed designs and a King George cipher, iron guard, wire and leather wrapped hardwood grip, and an iron sheath with dual suspension bands.

1) Good, with mild spotting overall, frosting on the basket guard, and some light handling marks overall. 2) Fair. The blade shows a bright gray patina with traces of blue finish and mild spotting. The hilt and sheath are a dark gray with some pitting. Grip is fair.

Very Fine and Documented Colorful Calvary Issued, Scarce U.S. Contract Smith & Wesson Model 3 Americ
Item number: 18187740 | Very Fine and Documented Colorful Calvary Issued, Scarce U.S. Contract Smith & Wesson Model 3 American First Model Revolver

The revolver was part of a shipment of 1,000 units, 800 blue finish and 200 in nickel finish. The American Revolver was the first cartridge revolver adopted by the U.S. military and saw usage throughout the Indian Wars as it was reported to have been issued to the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th Cavalry. Surviving examples of U.S. martial Model 3 Americans are scarce and highly desirable in any condition and this example would rate in the top 10%. The barrel rib is marked "+ SMITH & WESSON SPRINGFIELD MASS.U.S.A.PAT.JULY 10. 60. JAN. 17. FEB. 17. JULY 11. 65 & AUG. 24. 69 +" followed by a defaced "US". A small "A" ordnance sub-inspection mark is present on the left side of the frame under the cylinder and a cylinder flute (double stamped) with a "P" on a second cylinder flute. The serial number is marked on the butt and right grip panel. The left grip panel has a script letter boxed cartouche. The rear of the cylinder, barrel latch and the barrel are marked "T2." This rare and desirable U.S. martial revolver is listed by its serial number "496" in the STANDARD CATALOG OF SMITH & WESSON by Jim Supica & Richard Nahas as a Model 3 that was purchased by the U.S. government.

Very fine. The revolver retains 50% original blue finish concentrated on the frame showing a smooth brown patina down the length of the barrel typical of holster wear. Some minor pitting. The hammer retains some vivid original case colors. The grips are fine with numerous pressure dents on the bottoms and a couple minor handling marks overall. The cartouche is crisp. Mechanically fine. Overall a very fine and very rare Calvary issued #3 American. This revolver without question saw Western frontier use and was probably so beloved by the trooper it was issued to, he kept the revolver. Fearing he had "stolen" U.S. property he did his best to remove the markings.

Dumarest Jaeger Style French Military Flintlock Rifle
Item number: 18187983 | Dumarest Jaeger Style French Military Flintlock Rifle

Manufactured circa 1770s-1790s by the very famous Dumarest gunsmithing family. Dovetailed brass blade front sight and three leaf (two folding, one fixed) rear sight. The top barrel flat is engraved "Dumarest a Liege" near the breech. Rifled barrel, unmarked lock, brass trigger guard with grip extension, wooden ramrod with horn extension and mounted with a walnut straight grip stock with a brass forend cap, cheek piece brass buttplate and patch box with sliding walnut door. There is a sling swivel mounted on the forward stock and front of the trigger guard.

Good as reconverted to flintlock. The metal surfaces have a mottled gray and dark patina with some flash pitting on the breech end of the barrel and minor pitting on the lock and hammer. The brass components have an untouched natural attractive aged patina. The stock is good with some scattered dings, dents and scratches. The stock flats remain sharp. The action is fine.

Experimental Military Belt Holster for Colt Single Action Army and Smith & Wesson Schofield Revolver
Item number: 18187741 | Experimental Military Belt Holster for Colt Single Action Army and Smith & Wesson Schofield Revolvers

This is an example of a military belt holster for the Colt Single Action Army and Smith & Wesson Schofield revolvers. A similar holster is pictured in Richard Rattenbury's book PACKING IRON on page 30. The holster is an experimental right handed design which has often been credited to Captain James Ropes of the 8th Cavalry Regiment at Fort Ringgold, Texas. These holsters were manufactured at the San Antonio Arsenal, Texas, circa 1885-1895. Constructed of black bridle-weight leather, the holster has an extended belt loop/back shirt, a full flap top with strap closure, 10 cartridge loops sewn at the mouth. The skirt is attached to the holster by two rivets on the back of the holster body. The closure flap is stamped "314" and the flap is stamped "0136".

Fair as restored, showing overall age cracking and old crude replacement stitching on the holster body.

French Maubeuge Arsenal Flintlock Military Model 1763 Musket
Item number: 18187984 | French Maubeuge Arsenal Flintlock Military Model 1763 Musket

Fitted with a blade sight, the lock plate is marked "Maubeuge/Manuf. Rle." beneath the fenced flash pan. Fitted with a smooth straight wrist stock, marked "V" on the reverse plate, "L.B.P." on the left side of the buttstock, "WF.D" on the right, and a smooth steel buttplate.

Fair, showing a mixed dark brown patina overall, with scattered pitting and handling marks. The stock is good as sanded, with mild chips and dents. Mechanically very good.

Documented U.S. Smith & Wesson First Model Schofield Single Action Revolver
Item number: 18187742 | Documented U.S. Smith & Wesson First Model Schofield Single Action Revolver

Manufactured for the U.S. military circa 1875 with a total production of approximately 3,035. The revolver is marked with the two line address/patent dates on the left side of the ejector housing flanked by elongated Maltese crosses. The right side of the ejector housing is marked "+SCHOFIELD'S PAT. APR. 22D 1873+". The butt is marked "U.S." on the toe along with the serial number "1425". The rear cylinder face is stamped with the matching serial number and Ordnance sub-inspector's "L" and "P", which are also marked on the bottom flat of the ejector housing. The grips are smooth walnut with no visible cartouche and the matching serial number stamped on the inside of the right panel. Many Schofield revolvers were issued to the 4th Cavalry which saw service in the "Geronimo Campaign" and the famous 9th and 10th U.S. Cavalry comprised of the "Buffalo Soldiers" stationed in the American Southwest. The revolver is identified as a U.S. Schofield by serial number in the STANDARD CATALOG OF SMITH & WESSON on page 92.

Good. Traces of original blue finish remain in the protected areas with a smooth mottled brown-gray patina on the balance. There is some very scattered minor pitting and the cylinder shows some cleaning. The grips are good with a minor chip missing near the bottom which has a hair line crack (left panel) and there are some minor handling marks. Action needs work.

French Model 1773 Flintlock Short Rifle
Item number: 18187985 | French Model 1773 Flintlock Short Rifle

"Mre Rle/de Mutzig" marked lock, brass mountings, blade front sight integral to the forward barrel band, bayonet lug mounted on the underside of the barrel. There is a small unrecognizable recessed oval proof on the bottom of the trigger guard and on the left side plate. mounted with a 3/4 length walnut stock with "I88" on the left rear of the buttstock with an iron ramrod.

Fair. The metal surfaces have a mottled gray patina with some flash pitting on the breech end of the barrel, hammer and lock. The brass has an aged patina. The stock is also good with a small round plugged repair on the right rear of the buttstock, an old filled repair on top of the wrist, and overall some minor dents, dings and scratches. The action is fine.

Scarce and Excellent Smith & Wesson Model 320 Revolving Rifle with Rare 20 Inch Barrel Stock Case an
Item number: 18187743 | Scarce and Excellent Smith & Wesson Model 320 Revolving Rifle with Rare 20 Inch Barrel Stock Case and Factory Letter

Manufactured from 1879 to 1887, the Model 320 revolving rifle is one of the rarest Smith & Wesson firearms manufactured produced with a total production of 977. These firearms were serialized from 1 to 977 and out of the 977 manufactured, 224 had the 20 inch barrel. The Model 320 was manufactured in three barrel lengths of 16, 18, and 20 inches with twenty being the rarest length, only 224 were manufactured by Smith & Wesson. The included Smith & Wesson factory letter confirms the 20 inch barrel, blue finish and checkered red and black mottled hard rubber grips and forearm. The firearm was shipped from the factory on January 13, 1881 and delivered to G.W. Turner & Ross, Boston, MA. This shipment was for one revolving rifle and 100 cartridges. G.W. Turner & Ross was a small Smith & Wesson dealer and only purchased small quantities at one time. They specialized in selling Smith & Wesson loading tools. The 20 inch barrel has a blade front sight and two leaf folding rear sight. The top of the barrel rib is marked with the two line address/patent dates. The matching serial number appears on the butt, cylinder, barrel and barrel latch. Blue finish with casehardened trigger guard and hammer. The barrel is fitted with a checkered hard rubber red mottled forearm with the Smith & Wesson monogram on the underside. The grips are matching with Smith & Wesson monograms in a circle at the tops. The stock is smooth Circassian walnut with blue finished attaching iron and a checkered hard rubber buttplate with Smith & Wesson monogram. The original hard leather case has double leather straps, a leather handle and brass corner protectors. The case is lined and there are three compartments (one for the rifle, one for the stock and one for a box of cartridges). Also with the revolving rifle is a wooden cleaning rod, a stock peep sight and a box of .32 caliber Smith & Wesson revolving rifle cartridges (50/50). Provenance: Warren Tom Lewis, Dr. Dan Anderson collection.

Excellent plus, the finest we have cataloged. The revolver retains nearly 95% original high polished blue finish with isolated high point edge wear. 60% of the vivid original case colors remain on the hammer and trigger guard. The forearm and grips are also excellent with overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent. The stock is excellent with some minor handling marks and the attaching iron retaining 95% plus original blue finish. The case is good with the exterior showing wear and handling/storage marks and the lining shows some wear with heavily worn area from the rear sight. Without question the finest 20 inch Smith & Wesson 320 we have ever encountered and an investment quality firearm of the highest order!

John Dickson & Sons Percussion Artillery Carbine
Item number: 18187986 | John Dickson & Sons Percussion Artillery Carbine

The lock plate is marked "JNo DICKSON & SON/EDINBURGH" and has a double line border. The barrel is equipped with a blade front sight (replacement) and a folding ladder rear sight graduated 5-11 with the base graduated 1-4. The one piece trigger guard has a long tang with a sling swivel at the rear. The full length stock has two barrel bands with a sling swivel mounted on the front barrel band.

Very good. The barrel has a smooth gray patina with the remaining metal surfaces having a mottled gray patina. The recalibered barrel has been sleeved. There are a few areas of minor pitting. The trigger guard has a hairline crack and a small threaded hole at the front. The stock is very fine with a couple slivers of wood missing from the ramrod channel (ramrod absent), a hole behind the barrel from a now removed sight and a few minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Smith & Wesson New Model 3 Single Action Revolver with Scarce Shoulder Stock
Item number: 18187744 | Smith & Wesson New Model 3 Single Action Revolver with Scarce Shoulder Stock

Manufactured from 1878 to 1908 with this revolver manufactured sometime before 1886. The revolver falls into the Australian serial number range, however has the 6 1/2" barrel rather than the 7" found on the Australians. The top of the barrel rib is marked with the two line address/patent and reissue dates and the matching serial number is marked on the butt, rear face of the cylinder and on the barrel latch. Pinned blade front and notch rear sights, all nickel finish with casehardened hammer and trigger, and fitted with checkered hard rubber grips with S&W logos at the tops. Comes with an un-numbered walnut stock with nickel plated attaching iron and black checkered S&W buttplate.

Factory refinished (marked "RN" in rectangle box and "371"under the grip) with over 95% of the factory nickel finish, showing some flaking on the back strap, which now has a smooth gray patina, and minor scuffs and scratches overall. Overall there are some minor dings and scratches. The grips are a bit sun faded and remain excellent with some minor dings and bruises, and crisp checkering. The markings are clear and crisp. The action is excellent. The stock is excellent overall with some light oxidation on the attaching iron and a few minor dings on the toe.

Two Early 19th Century French Cavalry Swords
Item number: 18187987 | Two Early 19th Century French Cavalry Swords

1) Klingenthal 1811 pattern sword. 43 3/4 inches overall, with a 37 3/4 inch straight double fuller blade, etched "Mnfture Imple Du Klingenthal Octobre 1813" on the spine and stamped "B" and "L" on the right. Brass 3-branch guard, with "38", "R", "F" and "457" stamped on the left and a wire wrapped leather grip. With an iron sheath. 2) Klingenthal 1822 sword. 42 1/4 inches long, with a 36 14 inch curved double fuller lade, marked "Manufre R'ale Du Klingenthal Marz 1827" on the spine with faint stamps on the right ricasso. 2-branch brass guard, with "967" stamped on the left, small proof marks on the right, and a wire wrapped leather grip. With iron sheath.

1) Good, with some light spotting on the blade, some scuffing of the leather, a well aged brass patina and mild handling marks on the sheath. 2) Good. The blade shows a mixed gray patina with mild spotting, with well aged brass. The grip wire has broken and been wrapped back together.

Fine Rare Bayonet Latch Smith & Wesson Model 1 First Issue 2nd Type Revolver
Item number: 18187745 | Fine Rare Bayonet Latch Smith & Wesson Model 1 First Issue 2nd Type Revolver

Manufactured circa 1857-1860, this revolver has the scarce "bayonet" style barrel latch found only on the Model 1 1st Issue, 1st and 2nd Type revolvers. Smith & Wesson only manufactured approximately 900 of these Model 1, 1st Issue, 2nd Type revolvers. The top of the barrel rib is marked with the one line address and the patent dates are marked around the cylinder. The matching serial number is marked on the butt, front face of the cylinder, back of the barrel lug and stamped inside each grip panel. Blade front and notch rear sights, silver plated brass frame with blue remaining parts and fitted with smooth rosewood grips.

Fine plus. The barrel shows a dark patina with some pitting and oxidation, and strong original blue finish in sheltered areas and ahead of the cylinder. The cylinder retains 50% original blue finish with a dark patina, pitting and some oxidation on the balance. The frame retains 98% original and handsome age darkened silver plating. The hammer spur is absent. The grips are fair overall with a large piece absent on the left panel, otherwise almost all of the original varnish remains and there are a few minor dings and scratches. The markings are clear. With a small investment this rare and highly desirable revolver would rank in the top 10% of known bayonet latch tip-ups.

St. Etienne Production Model 1777 Flintlock Pistol
Item number: 18187988 | St. Etienne Production Model 1777 Flintlock Pistol

Produced without sights, with the left side of the barrel marked "18" and the right side of the frame marked "crown/L" and "St. Etienne" around the hammer. A ramrod is threaded into the frame, and a belt hook is secured behind the trigger. Fitted smooth grip with brass furniture, marked upside-down "JUIN/1781/(fleur-de-lis)/R" on the right side.

Fine overall. The steel components show a mixed gray patina with scattered brown spotting, and the brass components a mixed antique patina, with some brown spots on the underside of the frame. The grip is fine, with sharp inspector markings, some light pressure dents and scratches. A section of the lock has been battered by the hammer, otherwise mechanically very good.

San Francisco Police U.S. Contract Smith & Wesson Model Three Second Model Schofield Single Action R
Item number: 18187746 | San Francisco Police U.S. Contract Smith & Wesson Model Three Second Model Schofield Single Action Revolver with Factory Letter

Smith & Wesson Second Model Schofield Single Action Revolver manufactured in 1877 with the San Francisco Police number "268" on top of the back strap. This revolver is one of approximately 300 Schofields that were issued from the Benicia Arsenal to the San Francisco Committee of Safety during the labor riots and civil unrest of 1877-78. The riots and unrest were a result of the great railroad strikes of 1877 that sprung up in many large cities across the United States. Records do exist of these 300 revolvers being issued however, no records exist of them being returned and it is popular belief that once the riots were put down all the revolvers were obtained by the California militia. The two line address/patent dates is marked on the left side of the ejector housing flanked by elongated Maltese crosses. The right side of the ejector housing is marked "+SCHOFIELD'S PATS JUNE 20th 71 APR 22nd 78+". The butt is marked "U.S." on the heel along with the serial number "777". The rear cylinder face is stamped with the matching serial and Ordnance sub-inspector's "E" and "P", which are also marked on the bottom flat of the ejector housing. Fitted with smooth walnut grips with a clear oval Ordnance inspector's script initials cartouche under the date "1877" on the left side and "CW" on the right side. The matching serial number is stamped on the inside of the right panel. The accompanying factory letter verifies the caliber, barrel length, blue finish, walnut grips and that it was shipped to the United States Government, National Armory in Springfield, Ma. On April 11, 1877. Many Schofield revolvers were issued to the 4th Cavalry which saw service in the "Geronimo Campaign" and the famous 9th and 10th U.S. Cavalry comprised of the "Buffalo Soldiers" stationed in the American Southwest. People such as the James Brothers, Cole Younger, U.S. Marshall Bill Tilghman and the Chief Scout for Custer, "Lonesome Charley" Reynolds were known to carry a Schofield revolver. Smith & Wesson manufactured 5,285 Second Model Schofield revolvers under government contract.

Fine. The revolver retains 40% original blue finish, mainly on the frame and cylinder with a smooth cleaned gray and brown patina on the barrel. The grips are also fine with scattered minor dent, dings and scratches. The date and cartouches are clear. The markings are crisp and clear. The action is fine.

Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Takedown Rifle
Item number: 18187989 | Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Takedown Rifle

Manufactured in 1924. Blade front and adjustable sporting rear sights with standard two line Winchester address and patent markings on the barrel with "32 WCF" caliber marking. Winchester proofmarks on barrel and receiver. Mounted with a nicely figured smooth forearm and straight grip stock with a crescent buttplate and metal endcap.

Very good as refinished, showing 95% of the blue, with scattered brown spotting, bright edge wear and minor handling marks. Stock is very good as reoiled, with a chip absent on the upper right side of the wrist and mild dings and pressure dents. Mechanically very good.

Rare and Excellent Factory Documented 1893 Chicago World's Fair Exposition Engraved Two-Tone Smith &
Item number: 18187747 | Rare and Excellent Factory Documented 1893 Chicago World's Fair Exposition Engraved Two-Tone Smith & Wesson 38 Safety Hammerless Third Model Double Action Revolver with Pearl Grips and Factory Letter

The included Smith & Wesson factory letter confirms that this revolver, serial number 68303, was "offered [by Smith & Wesson] for sale at the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago, but did not sell and was sold after the close of the World's Fair." Although held in 1893, the Chicago World's Fair celebrated the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus's landing in America (1492) and became a symbol of American exceptionalism that was sweeping the nation. Larger and grander than other world's fairs of the past, the six month running fair was attended by more than 27 million people and showed the world that Chicago had risen from the ashes of the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. At the fair Smith & Wesson exhibited spectacular decorated handguns, including those manufactured in conjunction with Tiffany & Co. The exhibition engraving on the revolver is indicative of the rich quality and style of scrollwork offered by Smith & Wesson. The engraving is done in the hand of one of the Young family members, arguably the greatest family dynasty in the 19th century American engraving: Gustave, Oscar or Eugene. The factory letter also confirms the 4 inch barrel, factory engraving, nickel and gold finish and pearl grips and that the revolver was shipped from the S&W factory on January 15, 1894 to Hartley & Graham Co., New York City. The top of the barrel rib has the two line address/patent marking. The scroll and dot exposition engraving is featured on the barrel sides, frame sides, top strap, top rear of the frame and back strap to extend to the butt surrounding the serial number. It features a half moon front sight, notch rear sight ahead of the latch, checkered back strap grip safety and 5-round auto ejecting cylinder. Nickel with gold finished cylinder, blue trigger guard and casehardened trigger and fitted with pearl grips.

Very fine. The revolver retains 90% plus original nickel finish and 30% original gold finish with a smooth gray patina on the balance. Some pin point pitting is present on the cylinder. The trigger guard retains traces of original blue finish and the trigger has faded to a gray. The grips are very fine with a few minor pressure dents and some minor scratches. The pearl has a very attractive color. Mechanically fine.

Excellent Factory Engraved Smith & Wesson 38 Double Action 3rd Model Revolver with Pearl Grips
Item number: 18187748 | Excellent Factory Engraved Smith & Wesson 38 Double Action 3rd Model Revolver with Pearl Grips

Manufactured circa 1884 to 1895 with this example having a fine factory scroll and punch dot engraving, possibly by the Nimschke shop. The top of the barrel rib is stamped with the two line address/patent dates. The engraved scrollwork is featured on the sides of the barrel, barrel lug and frame. A fancy zig-zag line and dot engraving is featured on the top strap and around the hammer to extend down the upper portion of the back strap. Nickel plated with casehardened hammer and trigger, blue trigger guard and fitted with pearl grips.

Excellent. The revolver retains 95% original nickel finish showing some minor edge wear and some mild flaking. The hammer and trigger retain strong traces of original case colors and the trigger guard retains 70% original blue finish. The grips are very fine with some chipping on the bottom and a repaired chip at the top of the right panel. The pearl has a very attractive color. The engraving is crisp. Mechanically fine. An excellent and affordable investment quality Smith & Wesson revolver.

Outstanding Smith & Wesson 38 Single Action 2nd Model Revolver with Factory Box
Item number: 18187749 | Outstanding Smith & Wesson 38 Single Action 2nd Model Revolver with Factory Box

Manufactured from 1877 to 1891. The top of the barrel rib is marked with the two line address/patent dates. The matching serial number appears on the butt, cylinder, latch and barrel. Pinned front sight and notch rear sight on the latch. Nickel finish with casehardened hammer. The revolver is fitted with checkered grips featuring the "S&W" imprint at the top. The revolver has the correct factory box.

Excellent. The revolver retains 98% original nickel finish showing very limited, light flaking. 97% vivid original case colors remain on the hammer and trigger. The grips are also excellent with a few minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically fine. The box is very good with split corners, a small tear on top of the lid and some wear.

Desirable Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle in Scarce 38-70 Caliber
Item number: 18187990 | Desirable Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle in Scarce 38-70 Caliber

Manufactured in 1894. The top barrel flat is marked with the two line address ahead of the rear sight and "38-70 W.C.F." at the breech. The upper tang is marked "--MODEL 1886 --", the lower tang is marked with the two line patent marking directly behind the trigger and the serial number behind the lever. Blade front sight, adjustable buckhorn rear sight and smooth walnut forearm with steel forend cap and straight grip stock with a steel crescent buttplate.

Very good. The barrel and magazine retain 30% original blue finish with the balance a smooth brown patina. The remaining metal surfaces retain traces of silvered out original case colors in protected areas. A few very scattered small patches of light pitting are present. The wood is fine with initials hand marked on the buttstock (right side) and some minor pressure dents and scratches. Mechanically fine.

Attractive Parisian Silver Furnished Small Sword
Item number: 18187991 | Attractive Parisian Silver Furnished Small Sword

Measuring 38 inches overall, with the 31 1/4 inch trefoil blade bearing the engraved inscription "Hanneball Schepio Camilus Paris" on each side, along with scroll and martial themed decoration. The guard and apple-shaped pommel are both unproofed silver, with a silver paneled and wire wrapped grip. No information on the inscription has been found at this time.

Very good, with a bright finish and mild cleaned pitting on the steel, showing some minor detail loss on the engraving and a few mild handling marks. The hilt is fine, with a mixed, well aged patina, a few spots of visible grip wood near the pommel, and light handling marks overall.

Very Scarce Factory Engraved Sharps Model 2 Four-Barrel Pepperbox Pistol
Item number: 18187992 | Very Scarce Factory Engraved Sharps Model 2 Four-Barrel Pepperbox Pistol

Manufactured from 1859 to 1874. The pepperbox has the straight standing breech, rounded grip to frame juncture, barrel release on the underside of the frame and smooth grips. The silver plated brass frame features a floral scroll engraving on the sides, rear and lower section of the back strap. A star burst engraving is featured around the sighting groove. The barrel cluster is numbered to the gun. "C. SHARPS/PATENT 1859" is stamped around the hammer screw on the left side of the frame and "C. SHARPS & Co/PHILADA, PA." (half remains) on the right side.

Fine. The barrel cluster retains 20% original blue finish with the balance a smooth gray patina with some minor spotting. The frame retains 80% original silver plating. The grips are good with a minor chip missing near the bottom and a number of minor scratches. Mechanically fine.

Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle
Item number: 18187750 | Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1889, Third Model 1873 rifle with the integral dust cover rail and dust cover with serrated edges. Full length magazine, blade front sight and adjustable buckhorn rear sight. The barrel has the two line address/patent date marking. Caliber marking on the barrel and brass cartridge elevator (traces). The upper tang is marked "MODEL 1873". Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with forend cap and crescent buttplate with compartment (cleaning rod not included). The included copy of a Winchester Gun Museum letter confirms the caliber, barrel length and plain trigger and it was shipped on October 18, 1889.BR>
Good. The rifle retains very scattered traces of original blue finish in the protected areas with the balance a mixture of smooth brown patina and mottled brown patina. A few areas of light pitting are present. The refinished wood is also good with some chipping at the stock toe and a few minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Factory Engraved Nickel and Gold Plated Hopkins & Allen Blue Jacket No. 2 Revolver
Item number: 18187993 | Factory Engraved Nickel and Gold Plated Hopkins & Allen Blue Jacket No. 2 Revolver

The top strap is marked "HOPKINS & ALLEN M'F'G CO/PAT. MCH 28, 71 MAY 27, 79/32 CAL RIM FIRE/BLUE JACKET No. 2". A floral and dot engraving is featured on the frame and barrel sides with a formation of red jeweled dots on the frame. The cylinder has a dot scroll engraved pattern. Nickel plated with gold washed fluted cylinder and casehardened hammer and trigger. The barrel is numbered to the gun.

Very fine. The frame and barrel retain 97% original nickel finish. The cylinder retains 30% original gold wash in the flutes and stop notches, otherwise 95% of the nickel remains. The hammer and trigger retains 95% plus original case colors. The undersized grips are fine with some minor scratches. Mechanically fine.

Scarce Wells Fargo Marked Smith & Wesson First Model Schofield Revolver
Item number: 18187751 | Scarce Wells Fargo Marked Smith & Wesson First Model Schofield Revolver

This is a desirable and colorful variation of the First Model Schofield Single Action revolver. A total of 3,035 of these were manufactured in 1875 with seven inch barrels, walnut grips and blue finish as the configuration. The U.S. Ordnance Department ordered almost the entire production. Many were issued to the 4th Cavalry and the black troops of the 9th and 10th U.S. Cavalry, the "Buffalo Soldiers" of the Indian Wars. Some notorious outlaws and lawmen of the Old West were known to have carried a Schofield as well. The distinctive features of this revolver are the barrel catch attached to the frame rather than the top strap, the gracefully shaped frame and shorter ejector housing. This revolver was one of a number that had the barrel shortened to 5 inches and sold as government surplus to New York dealer Schuyler, Hartley & Graham, who in turn sold them to Wells Fargo. It has the standard two line address/patent dates on the left side of the ejector housing and Schofield's patent information on the right. The right side of the ejector housing below the patent info is marked "W. F. & CO'S. EX." followed by a large "1220". The "1220" is the Wells Fargo & Company inventory number which matched the gun's serial number. The matching serial number is marked on the butt, rear cylinder face (with an "L" below it), and on the inside of the right grip panel. There is also a "P" on the rear cylinder face and "L" and "P" on the bottom of the barrel lug, all U.S. markings. Blade front and notch rear sights, blue finish with casehardened hammer and fitted with smooth walnut grips. With the revolver is a leather holster with a tooled rider on horseback scene marked "407X/5/SWS" on the back.

Very good. The revolver retains 60% original blue finish concentrated on the frame with the balance a smooth brown patina (barrel and cylinder) typical of holster wear. Traces of original case colors remain on the hammer and trigger guard. The grips are very good with a circular blemish, high edge wear and some minor handling marks.

Colt Third Model Derringer
Item number: 18187994 | Colt Third Model Derringer

Manufactured 1875 to 1912. Large italic "-COLT-" on top of the barrel. Matching numbers on the left side of the frame under the grip and both grip panels. The left side of the frame is marked "41 CAL".

Very fine. The barrel retains 50% original blue finish with the balance a smooth gray patina. The frame retains 97% plus original nickel finish showing limited high edge wear and some minor handling marks. The grips are excellent with some high edge wear and a few minor handling marks. Mechanically excellent.

Smith & Wesson New Model 3 Target Single Action Revolver
Item number: 18187752 | Smith & Wesson New Model 3 Target Single Action Revolver

Although cataloged into the early 1900s, all New Model 3 frames were manufactured by 1898 and was Smith & Wesson's first top break, automatic ejection revolver. The top of barrel rib is marked with the one line address "SMITH & WESSON SPRINGFIELD MASS. U.S.A." The left side of the barrel is marked "44 S&W CTG" flanked by maltese crosses. The right side of the frame has the S&W trade mark. It is equipped with pinned blade Lyman front and square-notch adjustable rear sight. The face of the hammer is checkered. Blue finish with casehardened hammer and trigger guard, and fitted with checkered grips featuring a diamond around the screw. Also equipped with a checkered trigger. While no factory letter is present it is on this writers experience this was a special order feature done by the factory.

Very fine. The revolver retains 70% original blue finish with the balance a smooth brown patina and showing scattered small patches of discoloration from improper storage. "LM" is crudely marked on the right side of the frame above the S&W trade mark. Limited light pitting is present. Traces of original case colors remain on the hammer and trigger guard. The grips are very fine with some very scattered minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically fine.

Signed Engraved and Gold Inlaid Winchester Model 12 Slide Action Trap Shotgun
Item number: 18188600 | Signed Engraved and Gold Inlaid Winchester Model 12 Slide Action Trap Shotgun

This example was manufactured in 1954 and was subsequently embellished by "N. Hartliep". The left side shows a gold inlaid dog pointing at two gold inlaid grouse taking flight in a field scene with floral scroll engraving surrounding it. The right side shows four gold inlaid ducks taking flight from a marsh with floral scroll surrounding it. There are wedges of floral scroll on the breech end of the barrel with flourishes of floral scroll at the muzzle end, on the barrel band, on the takedown ring, on the trigger guard, on the shell lifter and on the breechblock. The proofmarks are stamped to the left of the two pin duckbill vent rib which has two white bead sights. The barrel is choked full and has a 2 3/4 inch chamber. Mounted on a beautifully figured, diamond pattern checkered extended walnut forearm and weighted pistol grip stock with engraved German silver grip cap and Pachmayr recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 1/2 inches.

Excellent as custom embellished, 98% of the high quality blue finish remains with a few minor scratches, some minor discoloration at the front left of the receiver and some minor cycling wear. Nearly all of the gold inlay remains. The rib is slightly loose at the breech end. The wood is good with some scratches, dings and a few long hairline cracks that run along the grain. Mechanically fine.

Sharps Model 4B Pepperbox Pistol
Item number: 18187995 | Sharps Model 4B Pepperbox Pistol

This a very nice example of a Sharps Model 4B pepperbox pistol manufactured circa 1859 to 1874 with a total production of about 9,000. This model has the bird's head grip frame. The right side of the frame is marked "C. SHARPS PATENT/JAN. 25, 1859". The serial number is marked on the underside of the barrel. Brass blade front and frame "v" notch rear sights, blue barrels and trigger, casehardened frame and hammer, and fitted with smooth rosewood grips.

Very fine. The barrels retain 90% bright original blue finish with scattered minor oxidation. The frame retains 75% plus original bright case colors with some minor oxidation and a smooth gray patina on the grip straps. The grips are very good with most of the original varnish remaining, and showing some high point wear and some minor dings and scratches. The marking is crisp and clear. The action is excellent.

Engraved Smith & Wesson First Model New Model Navy No. 3 44 Double Action Revolver Presented to a Ne
Item number: 18187753 | Engraved Smith & Wesson First Model New Model Navy No. 3 44 Double Action Revolver Presented to a New York City Firefighter

This example has a New York style period engraving and was presented to a New York City firefighter in the early 20th century. The scroll engraving covers the rear sides of the barrel and sides of the frame with wedges of scrollwork on the cylinder between the flutes and behind the hammer. A leaf is engraved on the trigger guard and dots are featured around the hammer. The left side of the frame is inscribed "N.Y.F.D./H.&L. C.o. No. 130" and the back strap is inscribed "Lt. C.F. Douth". Charles F. Douth was the winner of the James Gordon Bennett award in 1903. According to the website NYC.gov, "The James Gordon Bennett Medal was established in 1869 and, for years, it was the sole decoration awarded for valor in the Fire Department of the City of New York. As a result of its seniority among medals, it is awarded annually for the most outstanding act of heroism after the consideration and deliberate judgment of the members of the Board of Merit of the NYC Fire Department." Douth is listed as a recipient of the award on the NYC.gov website. The top of the barrel rib is marked with the two line address/patent dates and matching serial number is marked on the butt, rear cylinder face, barrel and barrel latch. Fitted with diamond checkered grips with the right grip panel numbered to the gun.

Very good as professionally embellished. The revolver retains traces of blue finish in the protected areas with a smooth brown patina on the balance. The German silver blade front sight is a replacement. The grips are fine with some wear in the checkering and a few minor handling marks. Cylinder is slightly loose, otherwise action is fine.

Winchester Model 1897 Two Barrel Matching Number Set Slide Action Shotgun
Item number: 18188601 | Winchester Model 1897 Two Barrel Matching Number Set Slide Action Shotgun

Manufactured in 1924. The matching serialized 32 inch barrel has a single steel bead sight, is choked full and has a 2 3/4 inch chamber. The 28 inch barrel has a single steel bead sight, is choked cylinder and has a 2 3/4 inch chamber. Mounted on a round grooved walnut forearm and semi-pistol grip stock with a checkered steel buttplate. Length of pull is 13 1/2 inches. With a canvas takedown softcase that holds both barrels and a four piece wooden cleaning rod.

Fine, the 28 inch barrel assembly retains 85% of the original blue finish with some scattered scratches, dings and cycling wear. The 32 inch barrel assembly retains 75% of the thinning original blue finish with scattered scratches, dings and cycling wear along with some areas of brown patina. The receiver retains 90% of the original blue finish with scratches and high edge wear. The lightly sanded wood is very good with some scattered minor scratches and dings along with the buttstock refinished. Mechanically fine. The case is good with wear, stains and repairs.

Collector's Lot of Two Pepperbox Pistols -A) Sharps Model 1C Pepperbox Pistol
Item number: 18187996 | Collector's Lot of Two Pepperbox Pistols -A) Sharps Model 1C Pepperbox Pistol


A) Manufactured from 1859 to 1874. Standard patent and maker markings on the sides of the frame, checkered barrel release and smooth grips. Matching numbers.

Manufucture: C. Sharps
Model: 1
BBL: 2 1/2 inch fluted
Stock:
Guage: 22 RF
Finish: blue/silver
Grips: rosewood
Serial Number: 6886

Condition: Good. The barrels have a gray patina with some scattered light pitting. The frame has an aged patina with strong original age darkened silver plating on the underside. The grips are also good with a repaired break on the right side, some wear on the lower edges and a few minor handling marks. The markings are clear. The barrel retaining spring is broken off and absent, otherwise the action functions well.

B) Manufactured in 1861 and 1862, this was Remington's first handgun designed for the metallic cartridge with only approximately 1,000 manufactured. Standard three line patent marking on the left side of the frame and three line address on the right. Fitted with smooth brown hard rubber grips.

Manufucture: Remington Arms Inc
Model: Zig Zag
BBL: 3 1/4 inch ribbed
Stock:
Guage: 22 RF
Finish: blue
Grips: hard rubber
Serial Number: 427

Condition: Good as refinished. The metal surfaces have an artificial smooth mottled brown patina with scattered traces of thin original blue finish. The grips are excellent with light handling marks. The action does not function. The markings are fading, but legible.

Factory Cased Smith & Wesson Model 1 1/2 Second Issue Revolver
Item number: 18187754 | Factory Cased Smith & Wesson Model 1 1/2 Second Issue Revolver

The factory referred to this model as the "New Model 1 1/2", manufactured between 1868 and 1875. The top of the barrel rib is marked with the two line Springfield, Mass. Address/patent and reissue dates. The two patent date markings are on the top strap. The matching serial number is marked on the butt, rear cylinder face, barrel latch and rear of the top strap. Pinned blade front sight and notch rear sight, nickel finish with casehardened hammer and fitted with checkered hard rubber grips with the intertwined "S&W" logo at the top. Comes in an original wooden case with wine colored velvet lining and 40 round bullet block.

Very fine. The revolver retains 85% original nickel finish with scattered minor flaking and an area of pitting on the cylinder. The hammer shows strong traces of bright original case colors mixed with a smooth brownish patina. The grips are excellent with a few minor handling marks and crisp checkering. The markings are clear. The action is fine. The case is very fine with some minor dents and light scratches on the exterior, and some soiling and contact wear on the lining.

Exceptional Marble's Arms Model 1921 Game Getter Combination Gun, BATFE Registered Any Other Weapon
Item number: 18188602 | Exceptional Marble's Arms Model 1921 Game Getter Combination Gun, BATFE Registered Any Other Weapon

Bead front and notch rear sights, with the 4-line Marbles address on the left side of the breech and "UPPER BARREL 22 S.L.LR. & N.R.A./LOWER BARREL 410 GA. 2 1/2"" on the left. Fitted with a serrated hammer with mobile striker, ribbed brown plastic grips, and a nickel finished folding buttstock with a length of pull of 14 inches.

Excellent, with 99% of the original blue finish, showing some light handling marks and a small amount of spotting. The stock shows a few minor scuffs, but is otherwise excellent, and there is a small amount of play in the grips. Mechanically excellent. NOTE: This Game Getter is classified by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives as an "Any Other Weapon" according to the terms of the National Firearms Act, and is registered as such. It is the sole responsibility of the bidder to understand the laws related to transferring this weapon, in addition to any relevant laws of their place of residence.

Collector's Lot of Two American Spur Trigger Revolvers -A) Colt New Line .41 Spur Trigger Revolver
Item number: 18187997 | Collector's Lot of Two American Spur Trigger Revolvers -A) Colt New Line .41 Spur Trigger Revolver


A) Manufactured in 1876. The top of the barrel is marked with the two line address flanked by Maltese crosses, the serial number is on the underside and the left side of the frame is marked "41 CAL". Standard features and fitted with smooth pearl grips.

Manufucture: Colt
Model: New Line
BBL: 2 1/8 inch round
Stock:
Guage: 41 RF
Finish: nickel
Grips: pearl
Serial Number: 3518

Condition: Good as period replated with 40% nickel finish remaining with a smooth gray and brown patina on the balance. The grips are very good. The action needs work, the cylinder does not rotate when the hammer is cocked. The markings are clear.

B) "SWAMP ANGEL" marked top strap and two line address/patent dates marking on left barrel flat. Fitted with varnished grips with the number "207" on the backs.

Manufucture: Forehand & Wadsworth
Model: Swamp Angel
BBL: 1 5/8 inch octagon
Stock:
Guage: 41 RF
Finish: blue
Grips: rosewood
Serial Number: 9207

Condition: Good as partially refinished (rear of frame, cylinder), traces of original blue remain mainly on the barrel and protected areas of the frame, with the balance a smooth brown patina. The grips retain 30% original varnish and show high point wear, and light dings. The cylinder does not lock up, otherwise the action functions fine. Clear markings.

Scarce Outstanding Smith & Wesson Model 320 Single Action Revolving Rifle with 16 Inch Barrel, (One
Item number: 18187755 | Scarce Outstanding Smith & Wesson Model 320 Single Action Revolving Rifle with 16 Inch Barrel, (One of 239), Shoulder Stock and Case

Manufactured 1879 to 1887 with a total production of only 977, this is one of the rarest Smith & Wesson firearms produced. Of the 977 manufactured, 840 remained in the U.S., 137 were exported and only 239 were manufactured with the 16 inch barrel. Serial numbered from 1 to 977. This scarce and unusual revolving rifle was sometimes referred to as the Smith & Wesson "Buntline Special" in the combination of a long barreled revolver with attaching shoulder stock. This Model 320 was manufactured using the frame, cylinder and basic action of the New Model No. 3 revolver with some minor differences in the hammer and trigger, with the barrel composed of two pieces. A slot is cut into the butt and a hole drilled in the back strap to accommodate the shoulder stock. The rifle features a 16 inch barrel with a blade front sight and a two leaf folding rear sight on a solid rib marked with the two line address/patent date marking. The serial number is found on the butt, cylinder, barrel and barrel latch. Blue finish with casehardened hammer and trigger guard. The barrel is fitted with a checkered red mottled hard rubber forearm with the S&W monogram. The grips are matching with S&W monograms in a circle at the top. The stock is smooth walnut with nickel finished attaching iron and a checkered hard rubber buttplate with S&W monogram. With the gun is a stock tang peep sight, a globe front sight with crosshair aperture, a brass cleaning rod and a box of UMC .32 S&W rifle cartridges. The original hard leather case has double leather straps, a leather handle and brass corner protectors. The lining is felt and there are three compartments (one for the rifle, one for the stock and one for a box of cartridges).

Excellent. The revolving rifle retains 95% original high polished blue finish with a smooth brown patina along high points. Some light pitting is present on the left side of the barrel towards the muzzle. The hammer and trigger guard retain most of their original case colors slightly muted. The screws of frame still exhibit nearly all of their brilliant original niter blue finish. The forearm and grips are also excellent with overall crisp checkering. The stock is also excellent with some very scattered minor handling marks and the attaching iron retains 80% original blue finish. Mechanically fine. The case is good with worn lining and some wear to the exterior.

Winchester Model 12 Heavy Duck Slide Action Shotgun with Vent Rib
Item number: 18188603 | Winchester Model 12 Heavy Duck Slide Action Shotgun with Vent Rib

Manufactured in 1956. The barrel has two steel bead sights on the donut post vent rib, the choke gauges light full and has a 3 inch chamber. The proofmarks on the receiver and barrel are slightly offset to the left. Mounted on a 14 groove round walnut forearm and smooth pistol grip stock with red rubber Winchester recoil pad. Length of pull is 13 3/4 inches.

Excellent, 90% plus of the original blue finish remains with some high edge and cycling wear along with scattered light scratches. The wood is also excellent with light scattered handling marks. Mechanically excellent.

Attractive Silver Barreled/Gilt Framed Moore First Model Derringer Pistol with "Political Gift" Engr
Item number: 18187998 | Attractive Silver Barreled/Gilt Framed Moore First Model Derringer Pistol with "Political Gift" Engraving

Produced circa 1860-1865. Silver blade front and hammer notch rear sight, with the one-line Moore address on top of the barrel and the engraved arrow motif on either side. Additionally, the barrel shows scroll motifs at the muzzle and breech, with light border engraving, and the frame shows roughly 80% coverage scroll and punch dot decoration, with checkered panels on the sides and back of the grip, starburst patterns on the tips of the screws, a flower on the flat ahead of the hammer and an American eagle with shield behind the hammer. A similar design can be seen on page 123 of Eberhart & Wilson's book "The Deringer In America, Volume II"; some sources believe that this pattern was applied to arms intended for presentation to political figures, a common practice of the era intended to drive sales to the military, militias, and police forces.

Fine overall. The barrel has been lightly cleaned, with traces of polished silver in the engraving, a faded address, and a mixed gray patina overall with light spotting. The frame shows over half of the original gilt finish, showing areas of well aged brass and minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

New York Engraved 44 Rimfire Smith & Wesson Number Three First Model American Single Action Revolver
Item number: 18187756 | New York Engraved 44 Rimfire Smith & Wesson Number Three "Second" Model American Single Action Revolver with Relief Carved Ivory Grips

Manufactured between 1872 and 1874 with a total production of approximately 8,000. The sides of the barrel and frame are decorated with typical New York floral scroll and geometric design engraving. The cylinder flats and upper portion of the back strap have floral scroll engraving, with a simple scallop border on the rear of the cylinder, scallop border and simple line design on the back strap and the sides of the top strap have a geometric design. "SMITH & WESSON SPRINGFIELD MASS. U.S.A. PAT. JULY 10. 60. JAN. 17. FEB. 17. JULY 11. 65 & AUG. 24. 69" marked on top of the barrel rib flanked by Maltese crosses. The serial number (13992) is marked on the underside of the butt and the matching assembly number "806" is marked on the rear cylinder face (twice), latch and barrel. The letter "C" is stamped below the two cylinder numbers. Pinned blade front and notch rear sights and fitted with two piece ivory grips with relief carved Mexican eagle on the left panel and a silver butt cap with relief grotesque face.

Good. The metal surfaces have a smooth gray patina with strong traces of thin original blue finish in protected areas. The grips are also good with a small plug on the left panel where a screw escutcheon was and showing a dark aged patina with numerous age cracks on the left panel and a couple small age cracks on the right panel. A small portion of the barrel address is visible and the engraving is crisp and clear. Mechanically fine. The last digit of the serial number is barely readable, however appears to be a partial number "2".

Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle with Factory Letter
Item number: 18188604 | Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle with Factory Letter

This Third Model 1873 Winchester Rifle features the machined dust cover guide as part of the receiver. The factory letter confirms the octagon barrel and plain trigger. The rifle was received in the warehouse on July 2, 1884 and shipped on August 4, 1884, order number 1404. The rifle has a blade front sight, elevation adjustable rear sight and full length magazine. The barrel has the two line address/patent marking and the upper tang is marked "MODEL 1873". The brass cartridge elevator has the caliber marking. Smooth forearm and straight grip stock with a crescent buttplate featuring a compartment (cleaning rod not included).

Good. The rifle has a mixture of mottled gray patina and smooth dark brown patina with traces of the original blue finish in the protected areas. Some minor pitting is present. The wood is also good with a hairline crack near the buttplate tang, a couple gouges and numerous minor pressure dents and scratches. Mechanically fine.

Chicago Firearms Protector Palm Pistol with Pearl Grips
Item number: 18187999 | Chicago Firearms Protector Palm Pistol with Pearl Grips

Manufactured in the 1890s. Decorated with floral engraving around the barrel and on the frame, with the model and patent markings on the frame and the Chicago Firearms address on the side plate. Fitted with smooth pearl panels on the frame and side plate, and a checkered hard rubber grip on the firing lever.

Very fine, with 95% of the original nickel finish, showing some minor spotting and handling marks overall. The pearl panels are very fine later replacements, with minimal handling marks, and the firing lever panel is also very fine with sharp checkering. Mechanically excellent.

Very Fine Smith & Wesson New Model No. 3 Single Action Revolver
Item number: 18187757 | Very Fine Smith & Wesson New Model No. 3 Single Action Revolver

The New Model No. 3 was an improved design of the original Model 3 and was introduced in 1878. The top of the barrel rib is marked with the two line address and patent dates "SMITH & WESSON SPRINGFIELD MASS. U.S.A. PAT'D JAN 17 & 24. 65. JULY 11. 65./AUG 24. 69. APR 20. 75 FEB 20. & DEC 18. 1877 REISSUE JULY 25. 1871." It has the six-shot fluted cylinder with automatic ejector, a pinned half moon front sight and desirable walnut checkered diamond pattern grips. Matching numbers (33630) on the butt, barrel latch, and cylinder with the barrel having the number "34468B".

Very fine. The revolver retains 60% plus original blue finish concentrated on the frame with the balance a smooth brown-gray patina on the high edge of the barrel, typical of holster wear. The hammer and trigger guard retain 40% original case colors with what appears to be a pea-sized repair on the under side. The grips are fine with some minor handling marks and some blemishes in the checkering. Mechanically fine.

Winchester Model 12 Pigeon Grade Slide Action Skeet Shotgun
Item number: 18188605 | Winchester Model 12 Pigeon Grade Slide Action Skeet Shotgun

This shotgun was manufactured in 1956. There is a red bead front sight and a white mid bead sight on the two pin duck bill vent rib, the choke marking is "WS-1" and the chamber is 2 3/4 inches. The proofmarks are stamped to the left of the rib, there is a pigeon engraved on the takedown collar and the breechblock and shell lifter are engine turned. Mounted on a nicely figured, diamond pattern checkered extended walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with a steel grip cap and Pachmayr recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 1/4 inches with spacers.

Excellent, 90% plus of the original blue finish remains with some high edge and cycling wear along with some scattered minor dings and scratches. The revarnished wood is very good with repaired cracks at the wrist along with some scattered minor scratches and dings. Mechanically fine.

Smith & Wesson Number 1 1/2 2nd Issue Single Action Revolver
Item number: 18187758 | Smith & Wesson Number 1 1/2 2nd Issue Single Action Revolver

Manufactured circa 1868-1875. German silver blade front and notch rear sights, with the one line address and patent dates on the barrel rib and the serial number on the butt. Fitted with a pair of smooth birds-head grips.

Very good as partially refinished (cylinder). With 80% of the high polish blue overall, showing some areas of brown patina, scattered light spotting, and some mild handling marks. The grips are very good, with a few light dents and strong varnish. Mechanically excellent.

First Year Production Winchester Model 42 Slide Action Shotgun
Item number: 18188606 | First Year Production Winchester Model 42 Slide Action Shotgun

Manufactured in 1933. Has a single steel bead sight, is choked full and has a 3 inch chamber. The top of the barrel and receiver have the Winchester "W/P" in an oval proofmark. Mounted on a grooved round walnut forearm and pistol grip stock with a checkered hard rubber buttplate. Length of pull is 13 3/4 inches.

Very fine, 85% of the original blue finish remains with cycling and takedown wear along with some high edge wear and some scattered minor scratches and light dings. The wood is very good as refinished with some scattered minor handling marks. Mechanically fine.

Desirable Smith & Wesson New Model Number Three Target Single Action 32-44 Revolver Serial Number 17
Item number: 18187759 | Desirable Smith & Wesson New Model Number Three Target Single Action 32-44 Revolver Serial Number 17 with Special Finger Spur

Introduced in 1887 with this example having a special order finger spur trigger guard as commonly observed on Russian Models. Equipped with a pinned front sight with bead and a notch rear sight on the barrel latch. The top of the barrel rib is stamped with the two line address and patent dates which end with "REISSUE JULY 25, 187". The matching two digit serial number "17" appears on the butt, barrel, cylinder and barrel latch. Nickel plate with casehardened hammer and trigger guard and fitted with checkered S&W monogram grips with the right grip panel numbered to the gun. According to the consignor, the revolver was shipped to M.W. Robinson of South Carolina in May 1887. With the revolver is a box of UMC .32-44 S&W Target Revolver cartridges (37/50) and a contemporary wooden case.

Fine as period re-plated. The revolver retains 80% of the nickel finish with the balance a smooth gray patina. Some mild pitting is present on the grip straps. Traces of original case colors remain on the hammer and trigger guard. The grips are very fine with some minor handling marks and a spot of wear in the overall crisp checkering. Mechanically fine.

Winchester Model 12 Slide Action 16 Gauge Shotgun with Solid Rib Barrel
Item number: 18188607 | Winchester Model 12 Slide Action 16 Gauge Shotgun with Solid Rib Barrel

This example was manufactured in 1955. There is a single steel bead sight on the solid rib, the choke gauges modified and the chamber is 2 3/4 inches. Mounted on a flat bottom grooved forearm and pistol grip stock with a checkered plastic buttplate. Length of pull is 14 inches.

Very good, 90% plus of the original blue finish remains with some high edge and cycling wear along with some assembly scratches. The choke has been bored out from full to modified and the choke marking has been struck out and restamped. The wood is excellent with some scattered light scratches and dings. Mechanically fine.

Solid Frame Winchester Model 1897 Slide Action Riot Shotgun
Item number: 18188608 | Solid Frame Winchester Model 1897 Slide Action Riot Shotgun

Manufactured in 1935. The barrel has a single steel bead sight, is choked cylinder and has a 2 3/4 inch chamber. The left side of the receiver is tapped for a rear sight. Mounted on a round ribbed forearm and pistol grip stock with a checkered plastic buttplate. Length of pull is 13 3/4 inches.

Fine, 70% of the thinning original blue finish remains with scattered scratches and dings along with high edge and cycling wear. The left side of the receiver has been tapped for sight mounting and has filler screws installed. There are scratches on the barrel from the barrel band being taken off and then back on. The wood is also very good with scattered scratches and finish wear. Mechanically fine.

Winchester "Tear Gas Club", BATFE Registered Any Other Weapon
Item number: 18188609 | Winchester "Tear Gas Club", BATFE Registered Any Other Weapon

Produced using a barrel taken from a Winchester 12 gauge repeating shotgun, which has been mated with a heavy knurled steel breech compatible with the barrel's threads. This breech contains a thumb actuated, spring loaded striker, similar in function to a typical "pen gun" but of much sturdier construction. The barrel retains a brass bead sight and 2-line Winchester address, with an open choke and a 2 1/2 inch chamber.

Excellent, with 97% of the blue finish, showing the start of a brown patina and scattered handling marks. Mechanically very good. NOTE: This weapon is registered with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives (BATFE) as an "Any Other Weapon", as classified by the National Firearms Act and the Gun Control Act. It is the sole responsibility of the bidder to understand and comply with all laws and regulations before bidding, including Federal, State and Local restrictions.

Desirable Smith & Wesson Number 3 Russian 1st Model Single Action Revolver
Item number: 18187760 | Desirable Smith & Wesson Number 3 Russian 1st Model Single Action Revolver

This is an example of a 1st Model No 3 Smith & Wesson commercial revolver. Also known as the "Old, Old Model Russian Revolver", these revolvers were developed for the Russian Government in 1871 and manufactured until 1874. The total production of the commercial First Model Russian was 5,165. These revolvers were identical to the Number 3 American except chambered for the 44 S&W Russian cartridge and the "RUSSIAN MODEL" marking on the address. The top of the barrel rib is marked "SMITH & WESSON SPRINGFIELD. MASS.U.S.A.PAT.JULY.10.1860.JAN.17.FEB.17.JULY.11.65 & AUG.24.69. RUSSIAN MODEL". The serial matching number is marked on the butt and on the inside of the right grip panel. The matching assembly number "832" is marked on the rear cylinder face, right frame heel under the grip and on the barrel. The barrel latch is numbered "33386". Pinned blade front and notch rear sights, blue finish with casehardened hammer and trigger guard, and fitted with smooth two-piece walnut grips. There was a swivel on the butt, however it has been removed.

Very good. The metal surfaces have a smooth mottled gray patina with traces of original blue finish in protected areas. The grips are also very good with some wear on the lower edges and minor dents and handling marks. The barrel marking is crisp and clear. Mechanically fine. Overall a strong, seldom encountered, 1st Model Russian.

Winchester Model 1887 10 Gauge Lever Action Shotgun
Item number: 18187761 | Winchester Model 1887 10 Gauge Lever Action Shotgun

Manufactured in 1892. The left side of the receiver is marked with the large "WRACo" monogram and the lower tang is marked with the two line address/patent dates. The top breech end of the barrel is marked "10" and the Winchester "WP" oval proof on the left side. Directly below the monogram and on each side of the stock at the buttplate are period stamped "CASS" (origin and significants unknown). Single brass bead sight and 3 inch chamber. Smooth two slab walnut forearm and round knob pistol grip stock with checkered iron buttplate. The length of pull is 13 inches.

Very good. The metal surfaces have a smooth mottled brown patina. The wood is also very good as reoiled with some scattered minor dents, dings and handling marks. There is a small hole on the underside of the stock where a sling swivel may have been at one time. The markings are clear. The action is fine.

Smith & Wesson Model 320 Single Action Revolving Rifle with 16 Inch Barrel, Shoulder Stock and Case
Item number: 18187762 | Smith & Wesson Model 320 Single Action Revolving Rifle with 16 Inch Barrel, Shoulder Stock and Case

Manufactured 1879 to 1887 with a total production of only 977, this is one of the rarest Smith & Wesson firearms produced. Of the 977 manufactured, 840 remained in the U.S., 137 were exported and only 239 were made with the 16 inch barrel. Serial numbered from 1 to 977. This scarce and unusual revolving rifle was sometimes referred to as the Smith & Wesson "Buntline Special" in the combination of a long barreled revolver with attaching shoulder stock. This Model 320 was manufactured using the frame, cylinder and basic action of the New Model No. 3 revolver with some minor differences in the hammer and trigger, with the barrel composed of two pieces. A slot is cut into the butt and a hole drilled in the back strap to accommodate the shoulder stock. The rifle features a 16 inch barrel with two leaf folding rear sight on a solid rib marked with the two line address/patent date marking. The serial number is found on the butt, cylinder, barrel and barrel latch. Blue finish with casehardened hammer and trigger guard. The barrel is fitted with a checkered red mottled hard rubber forearm with the S&W monogram. The grips are matching with S&W monograms in a circle at the top. The stock is smooth walnut with blue finished attaching iron and a checkered hard rubber buttplate with S&W monogram. With the gun are the following: 2 front sights, a stock peep sight, cleaning rod with attachments, a bullet seater and a contemporary partitioned case.

Fine. The rifle retains 80% original blue finish with the balance a smooth brown patina. The cylinder retains traces of blue with the balance a cleaned smooth gray patina. Some mild pitting is present. Traces of original case colors are retained on the hammer and trigger guard. The forearm and grips are excellent with a few minor handling marks and overall crisp checkering. Mechanically fine. The stock is very fine with a few minor pressure dents and some minor scratches. The attaching iron retains 80% original blue finish thinning to a brown.

Excellent Belgian Browning Superposed 28 Gauge Skeet Shotgun
Item number: 18188610 | Excellent Belgian Browning Superposed 28 Gauge Skeet Shotgun

This example was manufactured in 1964. The barrels have two steel bead sights, the chokes are marked skeet/skeet and have 2 3/4 inch chambers. Mounted on a multi-point checkered walnut forearm and round knob pistol grip stock with Pachmayr recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 inches.

Excellent, 95% plus of the original blue finish remains with some forearm and high edge wear. The rear bead has been added later with a small mark on each side of the rib from the drilling fixture. The stock is very good as shortened with recoil pad added along with some scattered minor scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent.

Desirable UMC .320 Smith & Wesson Revolving Rifle Cartridges
Item number: 18187763 | Desirable UMC .320 Smith & Wesson Revolving Rifle Cartridges

Two piece UMC box of .320 Smith & Wesson Revolving Rifle cartridges with the white label featuring an illustration of the Smith & Wesson Model 320 Revolving Rifle (see photo). The box is for 50 cartridges with 49 cartridges (without head stamps) included.

Fine with a few split corners and most of the label remaining with overall clear printing.

Engraved Browning BSS Side by Side 20 Gauge Shotgun with Single Selective Trigger
Item number: 18188611 | Engraved Browning BSS Side by Side 20 Gauge Shotgun with Single Selective Trigger

This example was manufactured in 1978. The barrels have two brass bead sights, are choked improved cylinder/cylinder and have 3 inch chambers with ejectors. Mounted on a nicely figured, multi-point checkered walnut beavertail forearm and straight grip stock with checkered bare butt. Length of pull is 14 7/8 inches.

Excellent, 97% of the original blue finish remains with some slight muzzle wear along with some scattered minor scratches. The replacement wood is also excellent with scattered light scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent.

Historic Smith & Wesson Model 1 Second Issue Revolver Inscribed to President Lincoln Assassination C
Item number: 18187764 | Historic Smith & Wesson Model 1 Second Issue Revolver Inscribed to President Lincoln Assassination Conspirators Trial Witness Marcus P. Norton with Factory Letter

This Smith & Wesson Model 1, Second Issue revolver is inscribed to Marcus P. Norton on the back strap. Marcus P. Norton was one of 366 witnesses that gave testimony during the trial of the President Abraham Lincoln assassination conspirators. Norton's testimony implicated Dr. Samuel Mudd in the Lincoln assassination and thereby involvement with a group of Confederate sympathizers that conspired to plunge the U.S. federal government into chaos following the closure of the Civil War. On the night of April 14, 1865, only five days after Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered his army at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, well known actor John Wilkes Booth mortally wounded President Abraham Lincoln while he watched a performance of "Our American Cousin" at Ford's Theater in Washington, D.C. and Booth's co-conspirator Lewis Powell attempted to assassinate Secretary of State William H. Seward at his Washington D.C. home. Vice President Andrew Johnson was the third national leader targeted by the conspirators, but conspirator George Atzerodt aborted the attack. By the end of April, Booth had been killed while resisting arrest and eight of the nine accused conspirators were in custody. One of these men was Dr. Samuel Mudd who set Booth's broken leg, an injury that Booth received when he made a dramatic leap out of the Ford's Theater presidential box after shooting Lincoln. At the nine man military commission to try the conspirators, Marcus P. Norton testified that in March 1865 a man that he would later recognize as Samuel Mudd had burst into his room at the National Hotel and claimed that the man apologized, saying that he thought the room had belonged to a man named Booth. Norton also claimed to have seen Booth and two other accused conspirators, Atzerodt and O'Laughlin, during his stay at the hotel. The testimony given by Norton presented a pre-assassination connection between Mudd and Booth which placed doubts on Mudd's claim that he did not know Booth prior to setting Booth's leg. The defense called witnesses questioning Norton's veracity while the prosecution called witnesses that refuted such claims. The military tribunal lasted more than fifty days with 421 pages of testimony recorded and edited by Benn Pitman. All of the accused were found guilty with four of the conspirators receiving a death sentence and were hanged in the Old Arsenal Penitentiary on July 7, 1865. Mudd was spared the death penalty by one vote and was instead sentenced to life imprisonment, but was soon pardoned by President Andrew Johnson and released from prison on March 8, 1869. Mudd's degree of culpability in the assassination plot has remained a controversy to this day. The barrel rib on this revolver is marked with the one line address and the cylinder has the patent date marking. As stated, "Marcus P. Norton" is script engraved on the back strap which is without a question a period jeweler inscription. The right grip panel is numbered to the gun. The included Smith & Wesson factory letter confirms the barrel length, blue and silver two tone finish and smooth rosewood grips and states that the revolver was part of a 50 unit (all in two tone finishes) shipment to Cooper & Pond Co., New York City, New York, shipped on October 24, 1861. Also with the revolver are two Lincoln conspirators trial references: John Armor Bingham and David Herold's TRIAL OF THE CONSPIRATORS, FOR THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN, & C. and THE TRIAL: THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN AND THE TRIAL OF THE CONSPIRATORS as complied and arranged by Benn Pitman.

Very fine. The barrel and cylinder retain 40% original blue finish with a smooth gray patina on the balance. The brass frame retains 97% original silver plating. The grips are very fine with some minor handling marks and retaining much of the finish. Mechanically fine. A unique opportunity to acquire a popular Civil War arm period inscribed to an individual connected to the Lincoln assassination conspirators trial.

Belgian Browning Superposed 20 Gauge Shotgun
Item number: 18188612 | Belgian Browning Superposed 20 Gauge Shotgun

Manufactured in 1961. The barrels have a single steel bead sight, chokes marked modified/full and have 3 inch chambers with ejectors. Mounted on a multi-point checkered walnut forearm and round knob pistol grip stock with silver initial oval and Pachmayr recoil pad. Length of pull is 14 3/4 inches.

Refinished, 99% of the blue finish remains with some minor pitting under the finish along the side of the rib, some flaking on the trigger guard and some of the markings are faint on the barrel. The chokes gauge .000/.005. The forearm release is slightly bent. The stock is also refinished with some scattered minor scratches and dings along with the recoil pad added. Mechanically fine.

Excellent Smith & Wesson Number 1 1/2 2nd Issue Single Action Revolver with Ivory Grips
Item number: 18187765 | Excellent Smith & Wesson Number 1 1/2 2nd Issue Single Action Revolver with Ivory Grips

Commonly referred to as the 1 1/2 New Model or 2nd issue 1 1/2, these revolvers were manufactured between 1868 to 1875. The top of the barrel rib is marked with the one line address and patent dates and the serial number is marked on the butt. The matching assembly number "48" is marked on the frame under the grips, the rear of the barrel lug and on the rear face of the cylinder. Blade front and notch rear sights, all nickel finish with casehardened hammer and trigger, and fitted with smooth ivory grips.

Excellent. The revolver retains 95% original nickel finish, with some very minor isolated pitting on the left side of the barrel. Overall there are a few light scratches and minor dings. The hammer retains 60% plus original bright case colors with some faded case colors still visible and a smooth gray patina on the balance. The grips are also excellent with a couple of minor age cracks, an attractive grain and a mellow patina. The barrel markings are sharp. The action is fine.

Excellent and Scarce World War II Nazi Police Eagle/F Mauser Dual Tone "byf/44" Code P38 Semi-Automa
Item number: 18188613 | Excellent and Scarce World War II Nazi Police Eagle/F Mauser Dual Tone "byf/44" Code P38 Semi-Automatic Pistol with 1944 Dated Military Holster

According to P38 expert and author Warren Buxton, approximately 872 "Eagle/F" police proofed P38 pistols were manufactured. "Eagle/WaA135" proofs are present with commercial "Eagle/N" proofs on the slide and barrel lug and a police "Eagle/F" proof on the right side of the slide. Blue barrel with remaining surfaces having the phosphate finish. The mix of Waffenamt and commercial/police proofs is due to the fact that Waffenamt inspected components were made available to police inspectors based on requirements at the time. All parts began as military components. Visible numbers match, ribbed grips and a blue magazine with an "Eagle/135" proof on the spine. The holster is marked "ewx/1944" with an "Eagle/WaA195" proof and the included extra blue magazine has an "Eagle/135" proof on the spine.

Excellent. The pistol retains 99% plus original blue and phosphate finishes with very light muzzle wear. The grips are also excellent with some very minor handling marks. Mechanically excellent. The holster is excellent showing some minor handling marks and tight stitching with the inside hand marked "SLADE C.M./32744404". An excellent example of a Nazi Police Eagle/F marked P38 holster rig.

Engraved Gold Plated Civil War Range Smith & Wesson No. 2 Old Army Revolver
Item number: 18187766 | Engraved Gold Plated Civil War Range Smith & Wesson No. 2 Old Army Revolver

This example features an old custom engraving with gold plating. The frame and barrel lug have a floral scroll and punch dot engraving. The left and right barrel flats have a wedge of scrollwork flanked by a wavy line pattern and the lower right and left flats have a wedge of scrollwork at the muzzle. The cylinder features line pattern engravings with a wide band of a scroll and punch engraving at the front. The serial number and a wedge of scrollwork appears on the butt. The cylinder has the patent date marking and the barrel has the one line address.

Very fine as professionally embellished. The revolver retains 80% of the gold plating with a smooth dark patina on the balance. Some pin point pitting is present on the cylinder. The grips are excellent with a couple very small surface chips missing near the bottoms. Mechanically fine.

Nazi Occupation Fabrique Nationale Model 1935 Hi-Power Semi-Automatic Pistol with Tangent Sight, Hol
Item number: 18188614 | Nazi Occupation Fabrique Nationale Model 1935 Hi-Power Semi-Automatic Pistol with Tangent Sight, Holster, Extra Magazine and Bring Back Papers

This pistol was manufactured between 1940 and 1944 while Belgium was under Nazi rule. The serial number is stamped on the barrel inside the ejection port, on the slide below the ejection port and on the frame below the slide stop pin. There is an "Eagle" firing proof above the serial number on the barrel, on the left side of the slide and on the left side of the frame. The bottom front of the slide, left side of the frame and left side of the slide are stamped with an "Eagle/WaA613" Waffenamt. Has the tangent rear sight graduated to 500 meters and the back strap is unslotted. Fitted with a set of checkered walnut grips. With a leather holster stamped "apf/1942", the blue magazine is stamped with an "Eagle/WaA140" Waffenamt on the spine and the other magazine is stamped with an "Eagle/WaA103" Waffenamt on the spine. Also comes with the bring back paperwork dated June 24th, 1945 listing this gun by serial number and that it was purchased overseas by Marcus L. Ogden.

Very fine, 90% of the slightly faded original blue finish remains with high edge and holster wear along with a brown patina on the grip straps. There are some spots of minor pitting on the left side near the front of the slide. The grips are both very good with spots of wear on the lower corners. Mechanically excellent. The holster is very good with scratches, scuffs and indentions.

Fine and Early Civil War Range Smith & Wesson Model No. 2 Army Revolver
Item number: 18187767 | Fine and Early Civil War Range Smith & Wesson Model No. 2 Army Revolver

This revolver falls into the Civil War serial number range. Although popular with Union officers, the Model No. 2 was never officially adopted by the U.S. Army. The top of the barrel is marked with the Springfield address and the cylinder marked "PATENTED APRIL 3, 1855, JULY 5, 1859 & DEC 18, 1860." around the center. The serial number is marked on the butt and inside of the right grip panel. Six round unfluted cylinder, smooth spur trigger, casehardened checkered hammer, with smooth rosewood grips on a square butt.

Fine. The revolver retains 40% original blue finish with a smooth brown patina on the balance. The grips are fine showing a small surface chip missing (right panel) and some minor handling marks with most of the varnish remaining. Mechanically fine.

Exceptional World War II German Mauser" byf/44" Code P38 Double Action Pistol with Holster and Spare
Item number: 18188615 | Exceptional World War II German Mauser" byf/44" Code P38 Double Action Pistol with Holster and Spare Magazine

This is an excellent original example of a late WWII German P38 pistol manufactured by Mauser. The left side of the slide is marked with "P.38" followed by "byf/44" which was the wartime code for the Mauser factory. The serial number is marked just ahead of the safety lever. The left side of the frame is marked with the serial number followed by the "eagle/ WaA135" proof. The right side of the slide has the single eagle firing proof and the two "eagle/ WaA135" acceptance proofs. The right side of the locking block also has the same "eagle/135" acceptance proof, while the left side is marked with a single eagle firing proof, and the bottom is marked "946/t". Fitted with brown ribbed bakelite grips with a single wartime magazine marked "jvd" on the left side. It is complete with a mid-war P-38 holster marked "P-38" and "joa/1943/WaA706" and one spare blue magazine.

Excellent. The pistol retains 99% of the crisp original blue finish showing some minor edge and high spot wear and some light surfaces scratches. The grips are also excellent. The markings are crisp and clear. Mechanically excellent. The holster is excellent with tight stitching and clear distinct markings on the back.

Masterfully Engraved and Gold Inlaid Black Powder Colt Single Action Army Revolver Copied After L. D
Item number: 18187768 | Masterfully Engraved and Gold Inlaid Black Powder Colt Single Action Army Revolver Copied After L. D. Nimschke's Gold Inlaid Single Action Army Revolver

This is a spectacular example of a custom engraved and gold inlaid antique black powder Single Action Army revolver which was masterfully done a copy of the an L.D. Nimschke gold inlaid Colt Single Action Army revolver. The correct original revolver is pictured and described in detail on pages 338-339 of "The Colt Engraving Book Volume One" by R.L. Wilson. In part the caption reads "Only known gold inlaid Single Action Army by L.D. Nimschke, as represented in the Nimschke scrapbook, pages 83 and 84". Accompanying one of the sets of the Nimschke pulls was a notation in Nimschke's handwriting "Furmann/1888". That revolver has a gold MG monogram on top of the back strap, those initials belonging to Mexican President General Manuel Gonzales (in office 1880-1884). Exactly like that revolver, this revolver features 80% coverage of floral scroll engraving with a punch dot background on the barrel, frame, cylinder, ejector housing, loading gate and butt. There is a feather design flanking the top strap, zigzag and scallop designs on the top of the ejector housing and a geometric design around the rear of the cylinder. There is a scallop and dot border on the outer edge of the trigger guard plate. The barrel features double gold inlaid bands around the breech and muzzle ends, gold inlaid border around the engraving on the top strap, gold band around the rear of the cylinder and gold bordering on the frame and back strap, as well as gold scroll accents. The top of the back strap has the gold inlaid monogram "MG". The top of the barrel is marked with the one line address in a scallop and dot bordered panel and the underside of the barrel is marked "44". The upper left front of the trigger guard bow is marked "44 CAL" in a decorative engraved panel. The left side of the grip strap under the grip is marked "ANT. COLT DUPL.", which clearly signifies that this revolver is a duplicate antique Colt revolver. The serial number, "126506*" is marked on the bottom of the frame, trigger guard and back strap followed by a star (to denote clearly that it is a duplicate). Blade front and frame notch rear sights, all blue finish with polished hammer sides and fitted with checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt/Federal eagle grips.

Near mint Professionally and masterfully embellished custom with some very minor spotting in some of the cylinder flutes, a smooth brown patina on the back strap and some smooth gray and brown patina on the front strap. The grips are as new. A rare opportunity to own an exact copy of the only known gold inlaid Single Action Army revolver done by Master Engraver L.D. Nimschke that R.L. Wilson called "…one of his most important achievements."

Excellent Late World War II Mauser "SVW/45" Code P38 Semi-Automatic Pistol
Item number: 18188616 | Excellent Late World War II Mauser "SVW/45" Code P38 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Fixed sights, with "P.38" and "svw/45" on the left side of the slide ahead of the serial number, single "WaA135" on the right side, the frame and the barrel lug, and an incomplete "Nazi eagle" stamp on the matching numbered locking block. With a pair of ribbed black plastic grips and a "P.38v/U" magazine.

Excellent, with 95% of the late war phosphate finish, showing some mild edge wear and handling marks overall. The barrel and slide show a smoother gray coloration, while the frame appears mottled on the sides and streaked along the front strap, following the grain of the machining. Grips are also excellent, with some light scratches and dings. Mechanically excellent.

Engraved U.S. Colt Artillery Model Single Action Army Revolver with Steer Head Ivory Grip and Factor
Item number: 18187769 | Engraved U.S. Colt Artillery Model Single Action Army Revolver with Steer Head Ivory Grip and Factory Letter

In 1895 a number of U.S. Colt Cavalry Single Action Army Revolvers, like this one, were returned to either the Colt factory where they were refurbished into Artillery Models, often with little regard to which gun the parts came from, resulting in a mix of serial numbers and markings. This revolver was sent back to the factory again in 1903 and was again shipped to the Commanding Officer at the Springfield Armory on June 1, 1903. The accompanying factory letter verifies the caliber, blue finish at the time of shipment, barrel length and grips "Not Listed" and that it was shipped to Springfield Armory on June 1, 1903. Remarks state the original records were lost or destroyed, however the records indicated return to the factory for refurbishing and subsequent reshipment. The revolver was then subsequently custom engraved and finished in nickel at some point in time. The barrel, frame and alternating cylinder flats are engraved with a floral scroll design with a punch dot background much in the style of Master Engraver Cuno A. Helfricht. The ejector housing has zigzag line, dot and dash patterns, there is a feather pattern on the top strap, shell design on the recoil shield, loading gate and top of the back strap, decorative zigzag line designs on the back strap and trigger guard and a star burst on the alternating cylinder flats with a zigzag line around the rear. The top of the barrel is marked with the one line address bordered by a simple line and dot design, the left side of the frame is marked with the two line, two patent dates followed by "US" in a panel. The underside of the barrel is marked with a "P" and "R.A.C.". The frame is serial numbered "11735", "6874" on the trigger guard and "9139" on the back strap. There is an "A" under the trigger guard serial number and on the cylinder. All nickel finish, standard blade front and frame notch rear sights and fitted with a one-piece ivory grip with a carved steer head on the right side.

Very fine as professionally refinished and embellished with 98% nickel finish remaining. There is some mild flaking and some pitting under the finish in the cylinder flutes. The grip is excellent with an attractive grain and patina. The engraving and markings are crisp and clear. The action is fine.

CZ Model 27 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Nazi Police Acceptance Markings
Item number: 18188617 | CZ Model 27 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Nazi Police Acceptance Markings

Blade and notch sights, with "Pistole Modell 27 Kal. 7,65" on the left side of the slide, "eagle/swastika K" police acceptance proof on the left side of the trigger guard and "dragon N/42" on the right. Fitted with straw finished small parts, serrated ring hammer, and checkered wraparound CZ grips.

Excellent, with 95% of the original blue finish, showing areas of gray patina, bright edge wear and mild handling marks overall. Grips are very fine, with light handling marks. Mechanically excellent.

W.H. Clay Brownsville, Texas Tooled Scabbard
Item number: 18188618 | W.H. Clay Brownsville, Texas Tooled Scabbard

This closed toe scabbard was manufactured by W.H. Clay of Brownsville, Texas. The scabbard has a hand tooled wide border along the sewn edge and a scalloped line border at the top. The top of the scabbard is stamped "W.H. CLAY/ -MAKER-/BROWNSVILLE, TEX" on both sides. Two loops secured by two brass rivets are on both sides of the body.

Very fine. The leather has some minor age cracking and handling marks with tight stitching and attractive colors. A fine example of a scabbard produced by a well known Texas leather maker.

Nazi Model 1940 Stahlhelm with Camouflage
Item number: 18188619 | Nazi Model 1940 Stahlhelm with Camouflage

Steel construction, originally dark green/gray in color with camouflage overpaint, chiefly tan/light brown with green and dark brown sections, applied to the exterior. Th