October 27, 2016, 10:00 AM CET
Munich, Bavaria, GermanyLive Auction
Lot 3501: A rifle and shotgun combined/-double rifle, G. Glanznig Ferlach, in its case(117 views)
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Estimate: €5,000 - €6,000
Description: Cal. 12/70, .30-06 spr. no. 2108.09.76 and .30-06 / .30-06 spr. no. 2109.76. Bright bores, both barrel pairs 65 cm. Ferlach proof mark. On barrel of shotgun rifle fixed sight with folding rear sight. On double-barrelled rifle fixed sight and fixed rear sight. On both pairs of barrels mount sockets for Suhl frog mount. Raised animal scenes at each barrel root. Fox on left side of rifle-shotgun barrel, pheasant on the right. On double rifle barrel ibex on the left, wild boars on the right. Both barrel pairs finished in black. Breech with Kersten lock. Side locks according to Holland & Holland. Double trigger, both with French set trigger. Action case silver-grey, relief-like engraved. Left side depicts red deer, chamois game on the right. Moose on top side, coat of arms on bottom side. Everything framed by ornamental leaves. On burnished trigger guard engraved monogram "AS". Veined wood stock cut with scaly chequering and ornamental leaves. Bavarian cheek with Monte Carlo effect. Strong, ventilated butt cap. Swivel ring. Carrying strap. Stock length 37 cm. In addition to double rifle Kahles scope Helia Super 3 - 9 x 42, reticule 8. Weapon in good condition with minimal signs of use. Total length 109 cm. In its case, dimensions approx. 81 x 25 x 11 cm. Erlaubnispflichtig
Condition Report: I -
Notes: Moderne Jagdwaffen
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