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Auction No. 92 Featuring Fine Collectible Arms

by Amoskeag Auction Co


951 lots | 936 with images

November 17, 2012

Live Auction

250 Commercial Street #3011

Manchester, NH, 03101 USA

Phone: +1 603-627-7383

Fax: +1 603-627-7384

Email: jason@amoskeagauction.com

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Winchester Model 1873 third model carbine

Lot 401: Winchester Model 1873 third model carbine

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Description: serial #434110B, 38 WCF, 20" barrel with a near good bore showing pitting and moderately weak rifling on its length. This is a rather salty looking Winchester. The metal surfaces of this 1892 manufactured carbine bear a deep brown honest patina; some tool marks, scattered oxidation and light pitting further characterize the barrel and magazine tube. The receiver features the integral dust cover guide and saddle ring and shows silvering on the exposed edges. The lever and carbine style buttplate with trapdoor exhibit a deep matte brown patina as well and the dust cover has a burnt ochre color. The straight carbine buttstock and forend rate about good with and showing added varnish applied and show years of dings and impact marks on the balance. Winchester factory archival letter included showing shipment in September of 1892. A super old saddle ring carbine that certainly saw some time in the saddle scabbard. (25565-3) {ANTIQUE}

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Savage Revolving Fire-arms navy model revolver

Lot 402: Savage Revolving Fire-arms navy model revolver

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Description: serial #4866, .36 cal. percussion, 7 1/4" octagon barrel with a very good bore having light oxidation within the grooves. The metal surfaces are mostly a dull gray with specks of light pitting and oxidation staining; the color case-hardened hammer, heart shaped triggerguard and triggers are more of a mottled gray with traces of case colors on the hammer which also shows some light pitting and oxidation. The smooth walnut grips rate good with a chip in the top edge of the right panel, light handling marks and have been lightly cleaned being a bit shy of the metal and with an added light varnish. There are no inspector marks on the grips most likely from being cleaned, there is a small ÒS" stamped in the right side of the frame and barrel. The action functions flawlessly; a very good condition Savage Navy overall. (55528-88) {ANTIQUE}

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Exceptionally Rare Swedish Model 1881 Jarmann Bolt Action Rifle

Lot 403: Exceptionally Rare Swedish Model 1881 Jarmann Bolt Action Rifle

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Description: serial #518, 10.15x61R, 32" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1883 dated trials rifle is in excellent overall condition with the finish retaining nearly 98-99% original blue that has light handling wear and is lightly flaking to brown with a few areas that have specks of very fine surface oxidation present. The steel buttplate shows the most wear with light oxidation and abrasions, most likely from spending a good portion of its life on a rack. The bolt assembly is in the white and has a light gray patina slowly spreading over its surface and mixing with a few lights spots of surface oxidation. The receiver and barrel markings are all crisp and all numbers are matching. The left side of the receiver is marked "(crown)/C / J.P 1883 J.G." and the barrel is marked with the same stampings as well. The wood has some light added finish but otherwise rates excellent having only a few light dings. The area under the action has a blank brass diamond held on with two screws, which most likely would have served as an ID plate had the rifle been adopted and issued. The rifle's features include an eight shot tubular magazine and magazine disconnect on the left side of the receiver. The forward sling swivel and cleaning rod are missing but the rifle otherwise is complete. These Jarmann rifles saw a very limited production with only 30,000 of the Norwegian Model 1884 rifles, having been produced. The Swedish rifles saw even less production, about 1500, and were never adopted for service. The first 500 were the two-band variation, made for the Royal Life Guard, and the remaining 1000 were this three-band variation produced for the Navy. Many were destroyed by the Germans or sold as surplus and/or converted to the M28 Harpoon rifle. The exceptional early three-band example is only missing two very minor parts and would make and exceptional addition to any military collection. A must have for a true Swedish enthusiast. (45556-7) {ANTIQUE}

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Unmarked Martini Schuetzen Single Shot Rifle

Lot 404: Unmarked Martini Schuetzen Single Shot Rifle

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Description: serial #1811, 9.3x47R, 27 1/2" octagon barrel with bright very good bore. The barrel retains 60% blue turning brown with spots of surface oxidation, particularly around the muzzle and showing wear on all edges. The breech and loading ramp exhibit 70% strong color and the very intricate finger rest triggerguard/lever is showing 20% color turning brown and silver. The over size schuetzen stock has numerous dings and scratches with evidence of old oil soaking over an old checking finish and there is a large solid repaired area just ahead of the bottom plate. A sling button is embedded in the toeline of the stock and a sling swivel is soldered to the underside of the barrel. The gun has the typical large cheek rest for a right hand shooter and well executed checkering in the grip area and features a protected front post sight, a unique hinged rear sight adjustable for elevation only and a square hole in the tang for a rear aperture sight. There has been some welding repairs made to the butt which are evident on the tips but it is well done and does not detract from the usability. A functional and not unattractive schuetzen rifle. (115556-2){C&R}

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Mannlicher Schoenauer model 1908 rifle

Lot 405: Mannlicher Schoenauer model 1908 rifle

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Description: serial #13085, 8x56MS, 19 3/4" barrel with a very good plus to near excellent bore which shows strong rifling and is mostly bright but with the beginning of some light frosting within the grooves. The metal surfaces retain about 92-95% original blue with the loss due primarily to fading and some light high edge and contact point wear; the bolt handle has been polished bright. The classic style full-length stock rates excellent as professionally refinished with the edges of the pistolgrip checkering pattern slightly soft and the forend pattern mostly flat-top. The original sling swivels are intact and the gun features double set triggers and quick-detachable dual claw mount scope bases. The factory sights are in place on the barrel, the bone pistolgrip cap shows some light scuffing and the buttplate has been replaced with a 3/4" ventilated recoil pad which was fitted to the curvature of the stock meaning if one wished an original curved grooved trapdoor buttplate could be re-affixed. There is a small filled ding atop the comb line and a small black enamel painted-on square on the toeline with the initials "RL" painted in (neither is obtrusive and it's likely that the paint could easily be removed without damaging the stock). A nice very usable example overall awaiting only some professionally fitted dual claw scope rings and quality optics. (35544-1) {C&R}

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Jacob Rupertus Single Shot Rifle

Lot 406: Jacob Rupertus Single Shot Rifle

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Description: --IMPORTANT NOTATION: The forearm has a small crack at its base -- serial #2165, 45-70, 30" octagon barrel with bright very good bore. This is a neat rotating action which is released by a spring loaded lever in the front of the triggerguard and which rotates away from the breech and extracts the cartridge. The barrel is marked "cast steel" and shows a pewter color with some brown streaking exhibiting a light cleaning and some very faint surface oxidation with one pit located on the top right side of the breech. The top of the barrel is marked "J. Rupertus Phila. PA. USA" and a patent number with the year 1878. The frame shows the same pewter color with a hint of old case color showing in bright light. The serial number is stamped on the triggerguard tang. The round knob pistolgrip stock and tapered Schnabel forend rate very good as refreshed with some light scratches and a repaired chip in the forend. The gun has a crescent buttplate which exhibits the same silver patina as the rest of the metal and features a dovetailed front blade sight and an adjustable elevator type rear sight. Rupertus was a gunsmith who held several patents and created this interesting and very workable rifle. While the serial number would indicate that he made quite a few rifles it is generally believed that very few were made, thus, they are rarely seen. An interesting and nicely made antique single shot rifle. (115556-20){ANTIQUE}

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Mauser model 1896 broomhandle prewar commercial semi-auto pistol

Lot 407: Mauser model 1896 broomhandle prewar commercial semi-auto pistol

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Description: serial #259343, 7.63 Mauser, 5 1/2" barrel with a very good plus bore which is mostly bright showing strong rifling but with minor frosting within the grooves. The metal surfaces retain about 85-90% original blue, the loss due to overall minor fading and some high edge and contact point wear. The hammer and lock frame are a dull tarnished gun metal gray patina with some minor oxidation staining on the sides of the hammer. The trigger, safety, extractor, and rear sight slide show good pale fire temper blue while the bolt stop has faded to pewter. The smooth grooved walnut grips rate very good as lightly refinished, they are stamp-numbered to the gun and have what is likely a previous owner's name ink-penned on their interior. The lanyard loop is intact and all the numbers are matching. A fine prewar commercial for the military collector and for the range (35575-18) {C&R}

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Remington Hepburn No. 3 sporting and target model rifle

Lot 408: Remington Hepburn No. 3 sporting and target model rifle

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Description: serial #334, 40 1 7/8" (40-50 Sharps), 28 1/2" part octagon part round barrel with an otherwise very good plus bore which shows some minor pitting near the breech with a handful of more prevalent pits scattered along the top edge of the bore. The barrel is primarily a smooth dark gray and pewter patina with sparsely scattered light oxidation staining and a light handful of pinprick pits. The frame is a dark gray patina with some light pewter undertones and minor handling marks, light dings and tool marks; also with a sparse pinprick pit here or there. The checkered round knob pistolgrip walnut buttstock rates about very good with much original varnish, minor dings and handling marks and a 1 1/2" crack on the left side of the upper tang. The forend with iron tip shows a bit more wear and also rates about very good. The rifle features a Beach combination front sight, standard fixed flat blade rear sight and the tang sight holes on the upper tang have been filled (it appears as though tang screws have merely been ground off flush, there is no slot). Overall a very good example which may shoot well once an appropriate midrange tang sight is fitted. (35556-43) {ANTIQUE}

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U.S. Navy model 1870 rolling block rifle by Springfield Armory

Lot 409: U.S. Navy model 1870 rolling block rifle by Springfield Armory

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Description: serial #75, 50-70 Government, 32 5/8" barrel with a bright, about excellent bore which shows only a handful of very light, very sparsely scattered pits. The barrel is an even mix of light pewter patina and fading dull plum brown and shows the appropriate anchor with "P/HBR" inspectors marking near the breech. The frame is a smoky pewter dark gray and mottled blue patina with appropriate eagle and "USN/Springfield/1870" marking on the right side. The straight grip walnut buttstock rates good to very good with two 4 1/2" repaired chips at the left and right of the upper tang; the forearm rates very good showing an old light cleaning. The rifle is equipped with an underlug for saber bayonet and what appears to be the original ramrod and sling swivels are present. Overall a very good, likely very shootable example. (35556-4) {ANTIQUE}

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Mauser model 1896 broomhandle red-9 fixed sight pistol

Lot 410: Mauser model 1896 broomhandle red-9 fixed sight pistol

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Description: serial #17615, 9 mm, 3 15/16" barrel with a bright very good plus bore which shows only the very beginning of some light frosting. The metal surfaces retain about 80-85% original blue, the loss due primarily to fading and high edge wear. Hammer and lock frame are a case-hardened gray patina while the trigger, safety and extractor show good pale fire temper blue. The grooved red 9 walnut grips rate very good and are stamp-numbered to the gun with the milled nines retaining nearly all their original enamel although it is slightly dirty from the years. This example shows what is likely some arsenal touchup around the front sight, doubtless from the time of the shortening and the left side of the barrel extension is stamped "1920". Additionally the stock slot which was milled-out to comply with the treaty of Versailles has had its left and right edges welded back up and re-milled to accept a shoulder stock; there are some minor dings on the bottom of the magazine floorplate. A very good example overall of a Weimar red nine broomhandle. (35575-2) {C&R}

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U.S. model 1911 pistol by Colt ID'd to Gardner Hannon first and second world war veteran

Lot 411: U.S. model 1911 pistol by Colt ID'd to Gardner Hannon first and second world war veteran

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Description: serial #397571, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with a bright about excellent bore with crisp rifling showing only the very beginning of some very light frosting. The metal surfaces retain about 75-80% original blue, the bulk of the wear being toning to brown on the frontstrap and bottom of triggerguard, with back strap and holster wear, with a few flaked areas on the slide flats, primarily the left side. The diamond-checkered walnut grips rate very good with some minor flattening of the points, more prevalent on the right side. The barrel shows an appropriate "HP" proof on the hood. Included with the gun is a Hoyt 1918-dated and "JCY" inspector-marked brown leather U.S. holster with thong, the inside flap shows an antique pencil marking "GH". There is a khaki-colored woven pistol belt included which is contractor marked in ink on its backside "RH Long", as is the dual magazine pouch which is also included. Also with pistol are three very nice two-tone magazines, a couple showing some very minor oxidation, and Mr. Hammon's First World War Victory Medal and ribbon, two tunic buttons and one collar button as well as his stamped aluminum ID tags from the great war. His "U.S.N.A." U.S. National Army collar tab is included as well as his regimental color tab of "302" over crossed rifles below which is his company "K". Mr. Hannon was in Company K of the 302nd Infantry Regiment of the 76th Infantry Division in World War I as a first Sgt. as his ID tags show. He was issued this pistol and holster rig in that conflict and obviously "retained" the arm at the cessation of hostilities. Thankfully he did and when the Second World War began Mr. Hannon volunteered, however the Army would not take him because of his age. Fortunately the Naval Reserve did and he was able to enlist in the Seabees, taking this arm, holster and mags with him. His ID tags from the Second World War are included as well as is a circular 2 5/8" Seabees patch, Chief Petty Officer fouled anchor "USN" hat emblem and U.S. Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon. The last inclusion in this neat grouping is a framed certificate proudly certifying "Gardner B. Hannon" as a life member of "The Retreads". This organization is for: "..veterans who have served honorably in the Armed Forces of the United States during World War I and also in World War II". This pistol and all the attendant accessories were purchased by the consignor directly from the family. Interestingly upon the passing of Mr. Hannon, the family contacted the consignor saying they had an old World War I pistol for sale. The arm was hanging from a peg in the closet, in its holster, suspended by the belt, "cocked and locked" ready for action (as we would expect from any old war dog who had proudly served his country in two such conflicts). An excellent and very honest grouping, the purchaser of this arm will be its third owner (fourth if you count the United States government). (35525-45) {C&R}

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JP Moore Enfield rifle-musket

Lot 412: JP Moore Enfield rifle-musket

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Description: .58 cal percussion, 39" barrel with a fair bore which shows oxidation its full-length. The metal surfaces on this "New York Enfield" are primarily a deep plum brown patina with scattered light dings and handling marks and light oxidation with some more moderate pitting and impact marks in the area of the breech bolster. The barrel itself shows British proofs and bore markings on the left barrel radius while the lockplate is 1862 dated and shows JP Moore's Federal Eagle surmounting a Federal Shield with capital "M" at the center. The lockplate itself is a speckled brown patina, also with minor pinprick pitting, more prevalent on the hammer. The brass hardware has toned to a deep tarnished ocher patina. The stock rates about very good showing an old cleaning which has left remnants of the minor dings and handling marks from the years. There is a chip on the right-hand side of the tang which has been re-affixed and the letters "JF" are lightly carved in right side of the butt; additionally "JFF" or perhaps "JEE" is carved on the left side of the forearm between the two front bands, the "E"s or "F"s are backwards. The lock is crisp and mechanically functional, the nipple is a modern replacement, a moderately pitted Enfield-style ramrod is included. An attractive example with good markings overall of these New York City-manufactured "Enfield" rifle-muskets. (35528-1 1) {ANTIQUE}

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U.S. model 1917 double action revolver by Smith & Wesson

Lot 413: U.S. model 1917 double action revolver by Smith & Wesson

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Description: serial #47376, 45 ACP/Rim, 5 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 92-95% original blue, the loss due to muzzle and high edge wear, also with some lightly scattered very sparse oxidation staining and some light handling marks. The hammer exhibits vivid original color case-hardening while the trigger has toned slightly showing some light oxidation. The smooth walnut grips rate very good-very good plus, they are pencil-numbered to the gun and show numerous dings on their butt edge. The lanyard loop is present, it has toned to a pewter, the gun is appropriately "U.S. Property" and ordnance bomb marked. The revolver times and locks up well. (35529-74) {C&R} [Bruce W. Putney Collection]

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U.S. model 1911 semi-auto pistol by Colt

Lot 414: U.S. model 1911 semi-auto pistol by Colt

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Description: serial #176591, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces are an overall smooth gun metal gray and deep brown, faded original blue patina with most of the high edges and contact points being pewter. The barrel is an "HS"-marked High Standard replacement. The diamond-checkered walnut grips rate good to very good showing some wear along the butt edges and flattened points with the right grip showing a good deal more wear around the lower diamond; both upper diamonds show the carved initials "WK". Included with the gun are two magazines, one 2-tone magazine marked "Y" and one phosphate finished lanyard loop magazine which is unmarked. Also included with the gun is a woven cord lanyard which has a neat sliding keeper made out of a fired 45 case. The gun rides in a brown leather U.S. marked G.I. holster which is moderately worn and lightly stained, the "U.S." now only partially present, its maker cannot be discerned although it appears to have a 1918 date with remnants of inspectors marking. The holster is attached to a green web G.I. pistol belt with black-painted aluminum buckles and the brass grommets all showing moderate oxidation. A very complete U.S. GI rig overall with a nice look. (35537-23) {C&R}

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Gamba Principessa Boxlock Double Shotgun

Lot 415: Gamba Principessa Boxlock Double Shotgun

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Description: serial #DS25857, 28 ga., 26" raised matted rib barrels choked skeet and improved cylinder having bright excellent bores. The barrels retain 98% blue having only some minor scratches near the muzzles. The plain frame has engraved screws and hinge pin and has the model name in script on the bottom plate and exhibits 98% case color. The triggerguard and top lever also retain most all of their finish. The straight grip stock and splinter forearm rate very good to excellent showing very faint handling marks and crisp checkering. The forearm has a push button release and an unembellished silver monogram oval inlayed just below the button. A Pachmayr recoil pad has been professionally added providing a length of 14 5/8" and drops of 1 1/2" drop at comb, 2 1/8" drop at heel, and a cast off of 1/4", and it weighs 6 lbs. 2 ozs. The gun features a single non selective trigger, extractors, non automatic safety, and dropper points behind the stock shields. This is one of the best values in a side by side 28 bore and not very common in a single trigger. (115499-11)

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Browning Superposed Lightning Over Under Shotgun

Lot 416: Browning Superposed Lightning Over Under Shotgun

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Description: serial #21302 S4, 12 ga., 28" ventilated rib barrels choked modified and full with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain 98% original blue showing a couple of spots of light surface oxidation on the right side just above the forearm, some silvering at the muzzles, and faint rub marks where the forearm slides. The frame is engraved with panels of the standard Browning foliate scroll with the bottom plate stamped with the maker's name and model, all exhibiting 95% blue. The long tang triggerguard and top lever retain 95% blue as well. The round knob pistolgrip stock and round forearm rate very good to excellent having some dings and scattered light scratches with crisp checkering. The gun features a single selective trigger, ejectors, non automatic safety, and retains the original buttplate providing a length of 14 1/4". This is a very nice early 60's Superposed which represents an excellent value for this quality. (115505-37)

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Parker VH Grade Boxlock Double Shotgun

Lot 417: Parker VH Grade Boxlock Double Shotgun

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Description: serial # 213575, 12 ga. (2 1/2"), 28" barrels choked skeet and full having bright excellent bores. The barrels retain 95% original blue having spots of light surface oxidation and scattered faint scratches. The border engraved frame exhibits 30% case color with splotches of brown and pewter and the triggerguard retains 30% blue turning brown. The pistolgrip stock and splinter forearm rate very good to excellent as lightly cleaned with robust checkering showing a few flat diamonds and lightly worn borders. The forearm has a lever release and the metal is turning silver. The stock is equipped with a Parker grip cap and "dog's head" buttplate providing a length of 14 1/4". This gun features double triggers, extractors, automatic safety, and is built on a 1 1/2 frame. A nice clean original 1920"s Parker that would make a great field gun as well as a good example of the great era in American gun making. (115515-13){C&R}

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Beretta Silver Hawk Boxlock Double Shotgun

Lot 418: Beretta Silver Hawk Boxlock Double Shotgun

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Description: serial #C27686, 20 ga., 27 1/2" matted rib barrels choked improved modified and extra full having bright excellent bores. The barrels retain 98% blue with a couple of small spots of oxidation and some wear at the muzzles. The coin finish frame has etched scroll engraving with stylized borders on both sides and the model name and a hawk are engraved on the bottom plate and there is no visible wear. The straight grip stock and beavertail forearm rate very good to excellent showing only some light surface scratches on the left side of the buttstock and the checkering, although a bit amateurish, is crisp. The stock is 14 1/4" in length over the factory buttplate which is held in place by two engraved screws. This gun features a single non selective trigger, extractors, automatic safety, and a front barrel mounted sling swivel stud and weighs 6 lbs. A nice handling and attractive bird gun which is rugged and serviceable. (115515-2)

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Winchester Model 42 Slide Action Shotgun

Lot 419: Winchester Model 42 Slide Action Shotgun

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Description: --IMPORTANT NOTATION: There is a small repair in the buttstock on the right side of the tang -- serial #10371, 410 bore (3"), 26" plain barrel choked full having a bright excellent bore. The barrel retains 90% original blue with a fading spot of wear around the breech and magazine tube and silvering at the muzzle. The frame also exhibits 80 to 90% blue showing wear around the bottom loading port and on all of the high edges. The plain pistolgrip stock and grooved forend rate good to very good having scattered scratches and dings over a thinning varnish. The stock has the original buttplate providing a length of 14". This is the basic version of the 42 built in 1934 and is a very nice original gun which would be a lot of fun to shoot. (115508-4){C&R}

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Renato Gamba Model Bayern Combination Gun

Lot 420: Renato Gamba Model Bayern Combination Gun

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Description: serial #CA25150, 12 ga. x 30-06, 25 1/2" solid rib barrel choked modified in the shotgun barrel with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain 98% blue with no visible wear. The frame is engraved with a deer's head on the left side and a chamois head on the right in ovals surrounded by a shaded foliate scroll which is carried over to the bottom plate where the maker's name and model are stamped. The pistolgrip stock and round tapered forearm rate about excellent with a thin matte oil finish and crisp checkering. The gun features double triggers (front set), extractors, blade type front sight, a single leaf folding rear sight, a European style right hand cheekpiece, rolled edge triggerguard, and a rubber recoil pad providing a length of 14 1/2". This is a very versatile gun in great condition. (115529-44)[Bruce W. Putney Collection]

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Winchester Model 101 Diamond Grade Unsingle Trap Shotgun

Lot 421: Winchester Model 101 Diamond Grade Unsingle Trap Shotgun

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Description: serial #DG534828E, 12 ga., 32" stepped raised vent rib barrel with a bright excellent bore and having a set of four Winchoke screw-in choke tubes. The barrel has a high matted rib with twin ivory beads and retains 98% original blue. All of the metal surfaces other than the barrel are coin finished and engraved with a mixture of foliate and fine scroll with engraved diamonds on both sides of the frame and the model and manufacture's name engraved on the bottom, and exhibit only some very slight fading around the hinge pin and in the triggerguard tang. The nicely figured pistolgrip monte carlo stock and fluted beavertail forearm rate excellent showing only some scattered tiny dings and very crisp fine checkering. A Decelerator recoil pad has been professionally added to the stock providing a length of 14 1/2", and there are black diamonds inlayed into the top of the wrist and the bottom of the grip. Features include a single selective trigger (probably so that a set of over under barrels could be added), ejector, and non automatic safety. Included is a very nice Winchester fabric covered luggage case containing modified, improved modified, full, and extra full choke tubes, spanner wrench, and keys. This is a most attractive and well made trap gun in excellent condition. (115533-1)

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Remington 3200 Boxlock Over Under Shotgun

Lot 422: Remington 3200 Boxlock Over Under Shotgun

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Description: serial #OU10835, 12 ga., 27 3/4" ventilated rib barrels with Colonial screw chokes installed with cylinder and skeet tubes and having a bright excellent bore. The barrels retain 98% original blue having only light marks where the forearm attaches. The metal exhibits 98% blue with very slight fading on the bottom and one rub mark on the triggerguard bow. The pistolgrip stock rates very good having numerous light scratches and dings over the original finish but the forearm may be a replacement as it is in excellent condition with the checkering remaining robust on both. The stock has the original checkered plastic gripcap and a White Line recoil pad providing a length of 14" and drops of 1 1/2" at the comb and 2" at the heel. The gun features a single selective trigger which is actuated by a swing safety (presently locked into place) and ejectors. The factory updates have been done. A nice skeet shooting tool that is ready for the next round. (115572-1

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Browning model 10/71 Renaissance semi-auto pistol

Lot 423: Browning model 10/71 Renaissance semi-auto pistol

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Description: serial #71N10611, 380 ACP, 4 1/2" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% grey/silver finish with extensive scroll engraving. A few spots of light freckling and faint oxidation are present along the muzzle of the barrel. The factory checkered walnut thumb-rest walnut grips rate excellent. Included are a single finger rest magazine and a vinyl pistol rug. A nice model 10/71 Renaissance pistol. (5574-D5356)

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Mauser model 1934 Navy marked semi-auto pistol

Lot 424: Mauser model 1934 Navy marked semi-auto pistol

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Description: serial #567577, 32 ACP, 3 3/8" barrel with a bright, fine bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue lightly toning to brown along with very light high edge wear. The right side of the frame is stamped with Nazi Eagle over ÒM" and the front strap and magazine are stamped with less common O-prefix property number ÒO.5089". The curved-back, checkered walnut grips rate very good plus with light handling marks. Included is a lightly worn but intact and supple black leather holster and an unmarked magazine. A fine condition early Nazi issue model 1934 pistol. (55574-D27633) {C&R}

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Colt Single Action Army Third Generation

Lot 425: Colt Single Action Army Third Generation "Rusty Nail" Limited Edition Revolver

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Description: serial #SA51705, 44-40 Win., 7 1/2" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this Custom Shop revolver retain 99% original blue finish with no turn ring evident on cylinder. The revolver has a gold etched riband on left side of barrel which reads "God created manÉCol.Colt made them equal" and matching "Colt Single Action Army .44-40 Cal." riband on the barrels right side. The frame is gold etched with the Rampant Colt logo, foliate scroll and a "1 of 1000" riband on the lower left corner. The cylinder shows attractive gold scroll bordering with picture of a young Colt whittling his first revolver from wood on one side and a portrait of an adult Col. Colt on the opposite side. A facsimile gold signature is present on the gripstrap. The checkered Rampant Colt Eagle grips rate excellent. Revolver rests in a periwinkle French fitted hinged walnut presentation case with matching numbered plain 44-40 cylinder, brass key and blue Lucite block containing a rusty nail removed from Colt Armorers' residences during the 1981 restoration. The exterior of case shows light handling marks and wear with an inlaid Custom Shop medallion and brass plaque etched with Colts' profile and armory scene in the background. A virtually as new condition limited edition third generation Colt revolver. (55505-76)

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Smith & Wesson performance center model PC 1911 semi-auto pistol

Lot 426: Smith & Wesson performance center model PC 1911 semi-auto pistol

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Description: serial #JMB0276, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% glass-beaded black finish. The checkered wine colored laminated wood grips rate excellent. Features of this Performance Center pistol include a micro-adjust rear sight, dual slide serrations, hand lapped and polished barrel, Doug Koening speed hammer and match trigger and an oversized magazine well extension. Included with the pistol is an aluminum Performance Center case, and two magazines. A fine example of a Performance Center 1911 style pistol. (55599-19) [Bruce Sikora Collection]

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Colt Python Double action revolver

Lot 427: Colt Python Double action revolver

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Description: --IMPORTANT NOTATION: The finish is Electroless Nickel not Stainless -- serial #K58421, 357 Mag., 6" ventilated rib barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this stainless steel revolver rate excellent with only a light turn ring on the cylinder. The factory checkered walnut stocks rate near excellent with some light handling marks along the butt. Included is a factory wood grain cardboard box with hand written label and manual. An excellent condition Python revolver.(55551-11

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Kimber Custom Shop Gold Combat semi-auto pistol

Lot 428: Kimber Custom Shop Gold Combat semi-auto pistol

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Description: serial #K050889, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this stainless steel pistol rate fine with a couple light scuffs and spots of discoloration along the magazine well. A few specks of freckling are present on the hammer sides. The checkered walnut grips rate excellent as well. This pistol is equipped with a barrel bushing, full length guide rod, adjustable lightweight trigger, tritium night sights, ambidextrous thumb safety and two factory magazines. A fine full size combat pistol. (55599-31) [Bruce Sikora Collection]

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Smith & Wesson performance center model 945 semi-auto pistol

Lot 429: Smith & Wesson performance center model 945 semi-auto pistol

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Description: serial #RSA0202, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this two-tone pistol rate near excellent with a couple light scuffs and scratches. The checkered laminated wood grips rate excellent. Features of this Performance Center pistol include a Bo-Mar adjustable rear sight, titanium barrel bushing, dual slide serrations and an adjustable trigger. Included with pistol is an aluminum Performance Center case, two magazines, extra recoil spring and papers. An excellent condition model 945 pistol. (55599-10) [Bruce Sikora Collection]

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Smith & Wesson performance center model 945 semi-auto pistol

Lot 430: Smith & Wesson performance center model 945 semi-auto pistol

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Description: serial #LEW0926, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this two-tone stainless steel pistol retain 99% original matte black finish with the raised slide flats finished bright. The checkered laminated wood grips rate excellent. Features of this Performance Center pistol include a Bo-Mar adjustable rear sight, titanium barrel bushing and an adjustable trigger. Included with pistol is an aluminum Performance Center case, two magazines, extra recoil spring and papers. An as-new condition model 945 pistol. (55599-11) [Bruce Sikora Collection]

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Colt Python Double Action Revolver

Lot 431: Colt Python Double Action Revolver

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Description: serial #T02870, 357 Mag. 4" ventilated rib barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this stainless steel revolver rate excellent with a few minor blemishes and faint turn ring on the cylinder. The diamond center Eagle Grips Co plastic grips with inlaid Colt medallions rate very good showing light wear and are slightly oversized needing proper fitting. An excellent Python for home protection. (55599-9) [Bruce Sikora Collection]

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Colt Single Action Army Third Generation Revolver

Lot 432: Colt Single Action Army Third Generation Revolver

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Description: serial #S57319A, 45 Colt, 5 1/2" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98-99% original nickel with a couple specks of light scuffing from storage. The factory checkered hard rubber grips rate excellent. Included is a factory two piece blue box with white outer box, cable lock and papers. An excellent condition third generation SAA revolver. (55548-6)

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Colt Special combat government model semi-auto pistol

Lot 433: Colt Special combat government model semi-auto pistol

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Description: serial #SCGA1795, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original hard chrome finish. The checkered soft rubber wrap-around grips rate excellent. This pistol features an adjustable Bo-Mar rear sight, cut-out hammer, skeleton trigger, flared magazine well and two aftermarket magazines. An excellent condition competition government model pistol. (55599-40) [Bruce Sikora Collection]

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Colt Diamondback double action revolver

Lot 434: Colt Diamondback double action revolver

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Description: serial #R20649, 38 Spl. 4" ventilated rib barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98-99% original bright nickel with only a light turn ring on the cylinder. The factory checkered walnut grips with gold medallions rate excellent. An excellent condition 38 caliber Diamondback revolver. (55599-4) [Bruce Sikora Collection]

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Winchester model 61 slide action rifle

Lot 435: Winchester model 61 slide action rifle

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Description: serial #30718, 22 S,L,LR, 24" round barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The barrel, magazine tube and checkered steel buttplate retain about 90% original blue with loss primarily due to slide wear on the magazine tube. The receiver retains 92-95% original pre-war rust blue toning to dull brown. The plain pistolgrip walnut stock and grooved small forearm rate fine with a handful of light handling marks in the buttstock which has an attractive grain pattern. The rifle has Marbles style brass bead front sight and standard elevator rear sight. A fine condition 1938 manufactured model 61 rifle. (55444-25) {C&R}

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Colt Woodsman third series match target semi-auto pistol

Lot 436: Colt Woodsman third series match target semi-auto pistol

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Description: serial #239679S, 22 LR, 4 1/2" heavy barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue. The checkered walnut thumb-rest grips rate excellent. This pistol features a Colt-Elliason adjustable rear sight and a single line factory bottom release magazine. Included is an original two piece wood grain box, numbered test target, circular turn screw and papers. An as-new condition Match Target Woodsman. (55595-6) {C&R}

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U.S. FireArms Model 1911 Military Semi-Auto Pistol

Lot 437: U.S. FireArms Model 1911 Military Semi-Auto Pistol

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Description: serial #5220, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with a like new unfired bore. The pistol features the early bright blue military polish which rates like new as well. Pistol features a set of diamond checkered walnut grips. This series of fine early first production firearms from this well known maker of classic reproduction Colts features all of the correct markings and stampings as would be seen on early vintage pieces. The right side of the slide is marked "MODEL OF 1911 U.S. ARMY" and the left side has the correct period factory stampings. The left side of the frame is marked "UNITED STATES PROPERTY". Pistol is housed in the original black hinge-top box and includes the owner's manual, cleaning tool and storage bag. Also included is a single two-toned "USFA" marked magazine. USFA is known for their high quality and control standards and manufacture firearms that rival the collectability of the original designs. Manufactured in the old Colt factory using some of the original dies, this heirloom quality reproduction of the classic World War I vintage 1911 is in as new-in-box condition and would make a wonderful addition to your 1911 collection. (45550-1)

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DSA SA58 Semi-Auto Rifle

Lot 438: DSA SA58 Semi-Auto Rifle

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Description: serial #DS10041, 308 Win, 21" barrel with integral flash suppressor and an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original parkerized finish with a few light handling marks present. The rifle is equipped with a black synthetic pistolgrip and buttstock and features a coated aluminum handguard. The rear sight has been removed and the top cover to the receiver has been replaced with a B-Square mount system. The mount holds a 20x40 tactical style scope with an adjustable focus and excellent optics. The scope features a mil-dot reticle and tactical style turrets. The front swivel assembly is missing. Also included are the original carry handle and a single ten round magazine. A superior tactical rifle in excellent condition and in a great tactical configuration. (45594-2)

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DSA SA58 Semi-Auto Carbine

Lot 439: DSA SA58 Semi-Auto Carbine

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Description: serial DS10368, 308 Win, 16" barrel with integral flash suppressor and an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original parkerized finish with a few light handling marks present. The carbine is equipped with a standard black synthetic pistolgrip and buttstock and has a coated aluminum handguard which has been modified underneath for a tactical light or other accessory to be mounted to the barrel. It is also equipped with a carry handle, the standard sights and has a DSA picatinny rail in place of the top cover. Included is a single ten round magazine. Based on the FN/FAL design this is a top of the line tactical rifle in excellent overall condition. (45594-16)

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Colt AR-15 Match Target Competition HBAR II Semi-Auto Carbine

Lot 440: Colt AR-15 Match Target Competition HBAR II Semi-Auto Carbine

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Description: serial #CJC019187, 223 Rem, 16" barrel with a 1:9 rate of twist and a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this A3 style carbine retain about 99% original phosphate finish with a few light handling marks present. The carbine features a round A2 style handguard a fixed Zytel pistolgrip and buttstock. It is equipped with a standard front sight and the upper receiver has a flat top mount with detachable carry handle with A2 style rear sight. Included is a single factory post-ban magazine. A great carbine in excellent condition. (45583-4)

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Bushmaster XM15-E2s M4 A3 Semi-Auto Carbine

Lot 441: Bushmaster XM15-E2s M4 A3 Semi-Auto Carbine

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Description: serial #L349475, 223/5.56, 16" barrel with flash hider, bayonet lug, 1:9 rate of twist and has an excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this "RESTRICTED / LAW ENFORCEMENT/ GOVERNMENT USE ONLY" marked carbine retain about 99% original phosphate finish with only a few light handling marks visible on the bearing surfaces. The carbine features a short A2 style handguard, Zytel pistolgrip and has a four position collapsible stock. The carbine is equipped with a standard front sight and the upper receiver has a flat top mount with detachable carry handle and adjustable rear sight. Included is a single 30 round magazine. An excellent example from the defunct Clinton/Brady ban era. (45583-6)

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Bushmaster XM15-E2S Dissipater Semi-Auto Carbine

Lot 442: Bushmaster XM15-E2S Dissipater Semi-Auto Carbine

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Description: serial #L046769, 223/5.56, 16" barrel with bayonet lug, flash hider and a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original phosphate finish with a few light handling marks present. The rifle is equipped with a Hogue pistolgrip, a CAR15 collapsible four position stock by Cherokee and a factory A2 style full length handguard the has been modified on the bottom half by two cut away sections which were most likely made to mount a flashlight or other accessory to the underside of the barrel. The carbine is equipped with standard A2 style adjustable sights and mounted to the carry handle is a Tasco 4x AR-15 armored riflescope with a standard duplex reticle and very good optics. Also included is a single factory 30 round magazine. An excellent tactical carbine in near excellent overall condition. (45594-15)

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U.S. Model 1879 Trapdoor carbine by Springfield armory

Lot 443: U.S. Model 1879 Trapdoor carbine by Springfield armory

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Description: serial 175800*, 45-70, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. This carbine was among those in late 1879 that were turned in to the Springfield Armory and were fitted with new receivers, barrels and stocks as necessary. The barrel has yielded to a pleasant brown patina darkening toward the muzzle. The "U.S./Model/1873" marked breech block still shows traces of case-hardening, the eagle and "U.S. SPRINGFIELD" on the lockplate shows about 60% hardening having flaked and toned to a nice patina. The hammer screw appears to be a replacement. The dark reddish American black walnut stock rates about excellent and shows minor dings and handling marks. Comes equipped with a carbine sling bar and ring, a "C" stamped Buffington rear sight and ramrod and shell extractor are present in the sliding trap compartment at the buttplate. The armorer's cartouche is no longer visible but the right buttstock is stamped "SGT/PERLEY S. EATON/K.TROOP, 3RD. CAV'' and "USID" is stamped on the underside of the stock. Initial research has determined that Sgt Perley S. Eaton was born in Conway, New Hampshire in 1858, enlisted in the Army at Boston in 1881 and was assigned to K Troop, 3rd Cavalry, stationed at Fort Elliot, Texas in 1885. Sgt Eaton is quoted extensively in Don Rickey's book "Forty Miles a Day on Beans and Hay", which chronicles the enlisted soldier's life during the Indian Wars. A nice solid trapdoor carbine which may prove to have some interesting historical provenance. (25537-10) {ANTIQUE}

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U.S. model 1868 trapdoor rifle by Springfield armory

Lot 444: U.S. model 1868 trapdoor rifle by Springfield armory

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Description: serial #12859, 50 CF, 32 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This is a nice example of a 50 caliber series trapdoor rifle. The armory bright barrel, barrel bands and triggerguard assembly show scattered light oxidation and on the buttplate the oxidation is a bit more prominent. The case hardened hammer shows light traces of color and the shielded checkering is still robust. The beveled "1863" stamped lockplate and blued breechblock stampings, which include "1869", an eagle head, crossed arrows and "U.S.", are crisp as are the twin matching serial numbers appearing on the elongated receiver and barrel respectively. The stock is of American black walnut and is in about excellent condition overall exhibiting a few gouges and handling marks but also four nice armorers' cartouches on the left flat and a stamped "L" behind the triggerguard plate. Rifle comes equipped with standard front and adjustable slide leaf rear sights, front and rear sling swivels and correct uncapped cleaning rod. A nice solid representative example. (25556-71) {ANTIQUE}

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U.S. model 1868 trapdoor rifle by Springfield armory

Lot 445: U.S. model 1868 trapdoor rifle by Springfield armory

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Description: serial #26475, 50 CF, 32 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This is an exquisite example of a 50 caliber series trapdoor rifle. The armory bright barrel, barrel bands and triggerguard assembly appear in excellent condition with just a light peppering of oxidation on the bow and tang. Vivid case hardened colors are evident on the lockplate, hammer, receiver and breechblock. The 1870 dated breechblock includes the eagle head with cross arrows and "U.S.". The hammer displays crisp shielded checkering, the "1863" stamped lockplate exhibits a very pleasant pewter color and the eagle and "U.S. Springfield" stampings are strong. The stock is of American black walnut and is in excellent condition showing some dings, a few pressure dents and handling marks. Rifle comes equipped with a standard front and adjustable slide leaf rear sights, front and rear sling swivels and correct uncapped cleaning rod. A solid representative example in a seldom encountered state of condition. (2556-50) {ANTIQUE}

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Ornate Mediterranean flintlock pistol

Lot 446: Ornate Mediterranean flintlock pistol

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Description: About .65 cal. flint, 12 1/2" round barrel with a very good bore. This pistol is very Turkish in character and features a round barrel with scant rib running near its full length with left and right facets nearer the breech. The barrel is retained by a rear screw and forward hammered brass capucine with lightly pierced sides and ribbed incise decoration. The barrel is primarily a pewter gun metal gray patina with remnants of the original engraving atop the rib, likely a maker's mark or name. The lockplate is slightly banana shaped with a rear teat, it shows some ornate engraving on the plate and cock. The frizzen spring has a lightly sculpted finial and the frizzen is bridled with a ribbed face, these surfaces too are a tarnished pewter patina. The Mediterranean hardwood stock rates very good plus showing light wear from the years with incise carving and lightly carved flourishes of scroll and herringbone. There are neatly hammered brass adornments around the lock and up the rear of the stock's wrist with geometric and flowing scroll embellishment, the wrist inlaid with a blue sapphire-like stone embedded. The brass triggerguard has a lightly sculpted front extension, it and the bow are engraved and there is a widely flared dual-strapped buttcap with geometric drapings and a faceted buttcap tip. The sideplate as well is quite fancy and engraved and the grip area and the top of the wrist have extensive silver inlay with small brass pins accenting. The lock is mechanically functional and the trigger has a neat rearward curl; the ornamental, nonfunctional ramrod is a separate affixed-piece rather than carved from the parent wood of the stock. Quality-made and definitely a usable arm. A very ornate example overall of an Ottoman pistol, doubtless built for some chieftain or other person of import. (35320-2) {ANTIQUE}

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Colt officers model second issue double action revolver belonging to auto mag designer Harry Sanford

Lot 447: Colt officers model second issue double action revolver belonging to auto mag designer Harry Sanford

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Description: serial #456238, 38 Colt, 6" barrel with a bright as-new bore. Metal surfaces on this lovely revolver retain about 99% original blue, the loss due to a very minor handling mark or two and perhaps a scattered sharp edge wear spot. The face of the recoil shield is unmarred there are no flash areas on the face of the cylinder nor the breech of the barrel, in fact the original bluing is present within the barrel after the forcing cone was cut, the bare metal there still being bright. The unpolished sides of the hammer are brilliant as is the blue on the spine. The checkered walnut service style grips with silver recessed Rampant Colt medallions rate excellent to as-new with all their original varnish, they are pencil-numbered to the gun. Overall a superior 1922-manufactured target model which appears unfired. (Amoskeag Auction Co. Sale No. 86; Harry Sanford Guns) (55599-32) {C&R} [Bruce Sikora Collection]

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Colt single action Army third-generation revolver

Lot 448: Colt single action Army third-generation revolver

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Description: serial #SA47963, 44 Special, 4 3/4" barrel with an as-new un-fired bore. The metal surfaces on this "fast draw" Single Action Army are overall as-new as they came from the factory retaining all their original blue, vivid case colors and brilliant un-stained bright-polished hammer sides. The checkered hard rubber eagle and Rampant Colt grips are as-new as well. The ejector rod housing shows two tiny abrasions and the loading gate shows a tiny amount of box rub wear. The gun comes in its original cardboard wood-grain box numbered to the gun with papers and Styrofoam insert. The gun is unturned, unfired since leaving Hartford, the yellow hangtag is attached. (55599-45) [Bruce Sikora Collection]

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Colt single action Army revolver

Lot 449: Colt single action Army revolver

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Description: serial #253515, 38 WCF, 4 3/4" barrel with a good bore which shows evident rifling but with some minor and some moderate pitting nearly its full length. The metal surfaces on this old cow hand are an overall gun metal gray and light brown patina with some areas of light oxidation and a sparsely scattered handful of light pinprick pits. The checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips rate good to near very good, they are worn nearly smooth; they are un-numbered on the interior but fit very well. The gun times well and locks up appropriately, the frame, triggerguard and backstrap numbers all match, the cylinder is un-numbered. The left edge of the muzzle and right edge of the ejector rod housing show some very good holster wear as do the leading edges of the cylinder. A couple of the screws are modern replacements. Overall a very good "fast draw" Single Action Army manufactured in 1904. (35466-17) {C&R}

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Smith & Wesson Model 53 Revolver

Lot 450: Smith & Wesson Model 53 Revolver

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Description: --IMPORTANT NOTATION: Wrong picture - no wood presentation case -- serial #K443635, 22 Rem. Jet, 6" barrel with an excellent, bright bore. This four-screw revolver has 99% of the original blue remaining that exhibits virtually no wear except for a faint turn ring on the matching numbered 22 Jet and 22LR cylinders (currently the 22 LR is installed). The hammer and trigger have nearly all of their original color case-hardening and the Goncalo Alves target stocks are likewise practically new. The revolver comes with a blue flock lined S&W presentation case with cleaning rod, bore brush, bore mop, and screwdriver with warranty card and brochures. There is a crack in the plastic along the hinge side of the lining. Additionally, the gun comes with a metal Guide Gear red velvet lined case that contains: the original 22 Jet cylinder, six chamber inserts, and a white synthetic finger groove grip. This is an excellent, virtually new Model 53 overall with lots of extras. (55599-20) {C&R} [Bruce Sikora Collection]

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