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Auction Results Related to [scarce massachusetts arms wesson leavitt]

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Scarce U.S. Contract Smith & Wesson First Model American Revolver with Factory Letter

Lot 30: Scarce U.S. Contract Smith & Wesson First Model American Revolver with Factory Letter

by Rock Island Auction Company

September 13, 2013

Rock Island, IL, USA

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Description: Scarce U.S. Contract Smith & Wesson First Model American Revolver with Factory LetterSmith & Wesson First Model American Revolver with S&W and Springfield Research Service letters. Both letters identify the revolver as an S&W First Model American and state that it was delivered to the Springfield Armory in March 1871. The Ordnance Department purchased 1000 First Model American revolvers from S&W in 1871; surviving examples are scarce and highly desirable. The revolver has the S&W commercial blue finish with casehardened hammer and barrel latch. The two-piece walnut grips are oil finished. The barrel has a nickel-silver half-moon front sight and the frame has the oil hole in the bottom. The top of the barrel rib is roll-stamped: "+ SMITH & WESSON SPRINGFIELD MASS.U.S.A.PAT.JULY 10. 60. JAN. 17. FEB. 17. JULY 11. 65 &AUG. 24. 69 + " in a single line with maltese crosses at either end. "US" is stamped on the top of the barrel between the legend and the barrel latch. Small "A" Ordnance sub-inspection marks are stamped on the bottom of the frame behind the oil hole, on the left side of the frame above the trigger guard and on the left side of the barrel top strap. An Ordnance "P" proof mark is stamped on the right side of the barrel ahead of the hinge, in one cylinder flute and on the right side of the frame behind the recoil shield. The Ordnance Sub-Inspection mark which consists of the script initials "OWA" (Orville W. Ainsworth) in a rectangle is stamped on the lower left grip. The rear face of the cylinder and the underside of the cylinder latch are stamped with the assembly mark "L2". The serial number, "1137", is stamped on the butt.Manufucture: Smith & WessonModel: 3 AmericanBBL: 8 inch solid ribStock: Guage: 44 S&WFinish: blueGrips: walnutSerial Number: 1137

Condition Report: Good. This scarce revolver is all original and retains 40% of the original blue finish; the balance of the revolver has toned to a deep brown patina. The barrel, frame and cylinder have some surface texturing and some scattered dents and scratches . There is light flash pitting on the muzzle, on the frame near the cylinder and on the forward edges of the cylinder. The factory markings and Ordnance property mark, sub-inspection marks and proof are clear. The grips are in good overall condition with moderate handling wear; the edges of the heels are rounded and the grips have minor dents and scratches. The Ordnance sub-inspection mark on the left grip is faint but legible. The action is tight and functions well. This is a good example of a scarce U.S. Contract S&W First Model American Revolver. Often the missing link in even the most advanced U.S. military and S&W collections.

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Scarce Smith & Wesson Model 3 Russian Third Model Commercial Reissue Revolver with Factory Letter

Lot 33: Scarce Smith & Wesson Model 3 Russian Third Model Commercial Reissue Revolver with Factory Letter

by Rock Island Auction Company

September 13, 2013

Rock Island, IL, USA

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Description: Scarce Smith & Wesson Model 3 Russian Third Model Commercial Reissue Revolver with Factory LetterSmith & Wesson Model 3 Russian Third Model Revolver with S&W factory letter. The S&W letter describes the revolver a "Model 3 Russian with a reissue barrel stamping". The letter further states that S&W records indicate that the revolver was shipped from the factory on December 15, 1876 and delivered to Schuyler Hartley & Graham Co., in New York City. The revolver was shipped with 6 1/2 inch barrel, blue finish, butt swivel and smooth walnut grips. The top of the barrel rib is hand-stamped "REISSUE/JULY 25 1871". The revolver has the distinctive knuckle at the top of the backstrap and trigger guard spur. The top of the barrel rib is roll-stamped "+SMITH & WESSON SPRINGFIELD MASS. U.S.A. PAT.JULY 10.60. JAN.17.FEB.17. JULY11. 65& AUG. 24.69. RUSSIAN MODEL+". The butt is stamped "1874" in a rectangle above the serial number "46379". What appears to be an assembly number "7169" is stamped on the rear face of the cylinder.Manufucture: Smith & WessonModel: 3 RussianBBL: 6 1/2 inch solid ribStock: Guage: 44 RussianFinish: blueGrips: walnutSerial Number: 46379

Condition Report: Fine. The revolver retains more than 40% of the original blue and casehardened finish. The blue is thin on the sides of the barrel and lug. The cylinder has a gray patina with traces of blue finish in the cylinder flutes. The sides of the frame retain most of the blue finish with edge and high point wear and scattered handling marks and scratches. The grip strap and backstrap have a gray patina. The case colors on the hammer, trigger and trigger guard spur have faded to a silver gray patina. The markings on the barrel rib and butt are sharp. The action functions well. The grips are in good condition with moderate handling wear. This is a solid example of a scarce S&W Model 3 Russian Third Model Revolver with factory letter.

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DAN WESSON ARMS MODEL 44 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER,

Lot 45: DAN WESSON ARMS MODEL 44 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER,

by O'Gallerie

April 30, 2012

Portland, OR, USA

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Description: DAN WESSON ARMS MODEL 44 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER, 44 magnum caliber, 10" vent rib barrel, blued finish, custom checkered walnut grip with brass medallion, six shot fluted cylinder, adjustable rear sight, serial #B017772, discontinued 1995. Lot includes 356 rounds of ammunition and 50 fired brass cases. Lot requires FFL or background check.

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Mass Arms company wesson & Leavitt belt model revolver

Lot 67: Mass Arms company wesson & Leavitt belt model revolver

by Amoskeag Auction Co

November 17, 2012

Manchester, NH, USA

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Description: serial #323, .31 cal. percussion, 5" round barrel with a very good bore which shows strong rifling but with minor pitting present. This is a very fine example of these neat revolvers. The barrel is primarily a warm brown patina and is mostly smooth with its topstrap appropriately marked "Mass Arms Co./Chicopee Falls". The frame shows the loose flowing scroll these arms are known for as does the lockplate, both exhibiting generous traces of original case colors, perhaps 25% of which remains, the balance a pleasing smoky pewter and mottled brown patina which is smooth and very attractive. The backstrap retains perhaps 98% of its original silver plate while the triggerguard retains perhaps 95%. The cylinder shows the typical loose flowing foliate scroll normally seen on these arms with stands of arrows and fouled anchor, with the high edges showing some very generous original pale fire blue, the etched background areas toned to a light brown patina offering a very nice contrast; the face of the cylinder as well show some very strong traces of original blue. The nipples show some minor impact marks and the edge of the cylinder shows a couple rotational scars but overall the cylinder is very attractive. The one-piece walnut grip rates very good plus with much original varnish and minor dings and handling marks from the years, it has shrunk only slightly at its junction with the frame but fits the straps extremely well. The gun seems to function well mechanically with tight barrel-to-arbor lock up; the half cock notch seems worn. Both the arbor and the cylinder are numbered differently than the frame, however the gun appears very honest overall and certainly has been together for a very long time. Really a very lovely example overall in a fine state of condition. A custom French-fitted walnut case is included with the gun which includes an antique japanned tin of E. & A. Ludlow percussion caps with a somewhat faded but visible hunting scene on its lid. (See Mass Arms Company powder flask and brass bullet mould in the silent auction) (35528-95) {ANTIQUE}

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Pewter plate, r. (richard) austin, boston, massachusetts, 1792-1817, Molded rim, with Arms of Massachusetts touch.

Lot 74: Pewter plate, r. (richard) austin, boston, massachusetts, 1792-1817, Molded rim, with Arms of Massachusetts touch.

by Freeman's

April 19, 2009

Philadelphia, PA, USA

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Description: Pewter plate r. (richard) austin, boston, massachusetts, 1792-1817 Molded rim, with Arms of Massachusetts touch. Diam: 7 7/8 in. PROVENANCE: Celia Jacobs, 1968.

Condition Report: With scarce Mass coat of arms touch, light surface rub, very fine touches Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to request a condition report on any lots upon which they intend to bid, prior to placing a bid. All transactions are governed by Freeman's Conditions of Sale.

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DAN WESSON ARMS .357 MAGNUM 6 SHOT REVOLVER, 3

Lot 88: DAN WESSON ARMS .357 MAGNUM 6 SHOT REVOLVER, 3" BARREL

by Seymour Auctions

July 20, 2013

Walterboro, SC, USA

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Description: DAN WESSON ARMS .357 Magnum 6 Shot Revolver, 3" Barrel

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Scarce Fantastic Nickel Plated Smith & Wesson Model 320

Lot 98: Scarce Fantastic Nickel Plated Smith & Wesson Model 320 "Buntline Special" Revolving Rifle with Shoulder Stock, Scope and Factory Letter

by Rock Island Auction Company

December 6, 2013

Rock Island, IL, USA

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Description: Scarce Fantastic Nickel Plated Smith & Wesson Model 320 "Buntline Special" Revolving Rifle with Shoulder Stock, Scope and Factory LetterManufactured 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.Manufucture: Smith & WessonModel: Revolving-RifleBBL: 18 inch solid ribStock: Guage: 320Finish: nickelGrips: hard rubberSerial Number: 589

Condition Report: 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.

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DAN WESSON ARMS MODEL 22 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER,

Lot 101: DAN WESSON ARMS MODEL 22 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER,

by O'Gallerie

March 31, 2014

Portland, OR, USA

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Description: DAN WESSON ARMS MODEL 22 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER, 22 lr caliber, 8" full lug barrel, blued finish, checkered walnut grips with "DWA" medallion. six shot fluted cylinder, adjustable rear sight, serial #5106. Lot requires FFL or background check.

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E.C. LEAVITT (1842-1904):

Lot 102: E.C. LEAVITT (1842-1904): "ROSES"

by Stair Galleries

April 6, 2013

Hudson, NY, USA

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Description: E.C. LEAVITT (1842-1904): "ROSES" Oil on canvas, signed and dated '01 lower left. 12 x 18 in., 18 x 26 1/4 in. (frame).

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Massachusetts Arms, single barrel, 20 ga. shotgun

Lot 103: Massachusetts Arms, single barrel, 20 ga. shotgun

by Maynards Fine Art & Antiques

April 24, 2010

Vancouver , BC, Canada

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Description: Massachusetts Arms, single barrel, 20 ga. shotgun with extractors, 29 1/2 in. barrel serial #BB501 missing butt plate, hinge mechanism in need of repair

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Scarce and Excellent Smith & Wesson Model 320 Revolving Rifle with Rare 20 Inch Barrel Stock Case and Factory Letter

Lot 103: Scarce and Excellent Smith & Wesson Model 320 Revolving Rifle with Rare 20 Inch Barrel Stock Case and Factory Letter

by Rock Island Auction Company

December 6, 2013

Rock Island, IL, USA

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Description: Scarce and Excellent Smith & Wesson Model 320 Revolving Rifle with Rare 20 Inch Barrel Stock Case and Factory LetterManufactured 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.Manufucture: Smith & WessonModel: Revolving-RifleBBL: 20 inch solid ribStock: Guage: 320Finish: blueGrips: hard rubberSerial Number: 618

Condition Report: 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!

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Smith & Wesson New Model 3 Single Action Revolver with Scarce Shoulder Stock

Lot 104: Smith & Wesson New Model 3 Single Action Revolver with Scarce Shoulder Stock

by Rock Island Auction Company

December 6, 2013

Rock Island, IL, USA

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Description: Smith & Wesson New Model 3 Single Action Revolver with Scarce Shoulder StockManufactured 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.Manufucture: Smith & WessonModel: 3BBL: 6 1/2 inch solid ribStock: walnutGuage: 44 RussianFinish: nickelGrips: hard rubberSerial Number: 12259

Condition Report: 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.

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MASSACHUSETTS ARMS CO. MAYNARD PRIMED POCKET REVOLVER.

Lot 123: MASSACHUSETTS ARMS CO. MAYNARD PRIMED POCKET REVOLVER.

by Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers

October 22, 2011

Delaware, OH, USA

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Description: MASSACHUSETTS ARMS CO. MAYNARD PRIMED POCKET REVOLVER. Automatically revolved cylinder type, .28 caliber, 3" round barrel. Etched six-shot cylinder, engraving and traces of blueing. Walnut grips. Marked "Mass. Arms Co., Chickopee Falls" and "Maynard's Patent 1845" with "Patent Jan. 2, 1855". 7 1/2"l. overall.

Condition Report: This does not cock, lock or rotate. We provide condition information when it is requested by a potential bidder, as a part of our dedication to excellent customer service. However, the absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, repairs, restorations or the effects of aging. Garth's Auctions shall have no responsibility for any error or omission regarding an item's condition. We encourage you to call or email with any questions. We also encourage you to come see us and preview the auction in-person. Thank you for your business.

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EDWARD CHALMERS LEAVITT, American (1842-1904), Peaches and Grapes on a Marble Tabletop, oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated 1...

Lot 135: EDWARD CHALMERS LEAVITT, American (1842-1904), Peaches and Grapes on a Marble Tabletop, oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated 1...

by Shannon's

April 26, 2012

Milford, CT, USA

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Description: EDWARD CHALMERS LEAVITT American (1842-1904) Peaches and Grapes on a Marble Tabletop oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated 1871. 12 x 16 Provenance: Private collection, Massachusetts.

Condition Report: Canvas: Unlined Condition: Good Restoration: Minor Frame: Period Comments: possibly the original frame; overall craquelure; inpaint to craquelure; needs to be lined. This report is based on Shannon's knowledge and opinion of the work described. It is provided as a service, not as a guarantee or warranty. All lots should be viewed personally by prospective buyers to evaluate condition. Frames on all paintings are sold "As Is". Frames may need some conservation.

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MASSACHUSETTS ARMS CO. WESSON & LEAVITT DRAGON REVOLVER

Lot 156: MASSACHUSETTS ARMS CO. WESSON & LEAVITT DRAGON REVOLVER

by Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

November 16, 2013

Mt. Crawford, VA, USA

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Description: MASSACHUSETTS ARMS CO. WESSON & LEAVITT DRAGON REVOLVER, 40 caliber, six-shot cylinder with floral engraving, additional engravings, marked "MASS. ARMS CO / CHICOPEE FALLS" on topstrap and "WESSON'S AND LEVAVITT'S PATENT" on lockplate. No serial number located. In a modern fitted case with accoutrements.

Condition Report: Fine restored condition.

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T. LEAVITT & CO. BRASS & IRON PLEATER

Lot 158: T. LEAVITT & CO. BRASS & IRON PLEATER

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

June 7, 2012

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: T. LEAVITT & CO. PROVINCE ST. BOSTON BRASS & IRON PLEATER

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FRANK WESSON RIFLE.

Lot 160: FRANK WESSON RIFLE.

by Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers

October 22, 2011

Delaware, OH, USA

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Description: FRANK WESSON RIFLE. Single shot, double trigger, .38 caliber, 28" octagonal barrel, walnut stock, S/n. 289.

Condition Report: Barrel marked, Frank Wesson, Worcester Mass. Pat. 1859-1862... S/n on botton of lever. Lots of varnish on stock, barrel has nice patina. We provide condition information when it is requested by a potential bidder, as a part of our dedication to excellent customer service. However, the absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, repairs, restorations or the effects of aging. Garth's Auctions shall have no responsibility for any error or omission regarding an item's condition. We encourage you to call or email with any questions. We also encourage you to come see us and preview the auction in-person. Thank you for your business.

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Edward Chalmers Leavitt

Lot 200: Edward Chalmers Leavitt

by Estates Unlimited

April 21, 2012

Cranston, RI, USA

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Description: 19th century. Oil on canvas, still life of hanging grapes and vines. Signed upper right E. C. Leavitt, dated 1879. Measures 17.5x 29.5". Old restorations on back, some inpainting.

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(MARITIME.) Jones, Judith Leavitt. Long poem written while sailing across the Indian Ocean en route to mission work in Siam.

Lot 229: (MARITIME.) Jones, Judith Leavitt. Long poem written while sailing across the Indian Ocean en route to mission work in Siam.

by Swann Auction Galleries

October 10, 2013

New York, NY, USA

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Description: (MARITIME.) Jones, Judith Leavitt. Long poem written while sailing across the Indian Ocean en route to mission work in Siam. Autograph Manuscript Signed in the text as "Mrs. J.T. Jones." 12 pages, 13 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, on 3 loose folded sheets. Ship Dalmatia, Indian Ocean, 15 April 1841

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Scarce Massachusetts Arms Maynard Primed Pocket Revolver with Ivory Grips

Lot 240: Scarce Massachusetts Arms Maynard Primed Pocket Revolver with Ivory Grips

by Rock Island Auction Company

December 6, 2013

Rock Island, IL, USA

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Description: Scarce Massachusetts Arms Maynard Primed Pocket Revolver with Ivory GripsManufactured from 1851 to 1860, this example is the automatically revolved cylinder type with total production approximately 1,500-2,000. Marked "MASS. ARMS CO./CHICOPEE FALLS" on the top strap and "MAYNARD'S PATENT/SEP. 22. 1845" on the primer cover. The primer door and left side of the frame feature a floral scroll engraving that extends to the back strap which is marked with the 1855 patent date. Cylinder has a etched floral pattern. Fitted with smooth ivory grips.Manufucture: Massachusetts Arms Co Model: Maynard Primed PocketBBL: 3 inch roundStock: Guage: 28 PercussionFinish: blueGrips: ivorySerial Number: 389

Condition Report: Good. The revolver has a smooth gray patina with some light pitting (mostly on the cylinder). The slight shrunken grips are fine with some minor handling marks. The ivory has aged to a mellow yellow. Mechanically fine.

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Six reference works concerning Smith & Wesson arms

Lot 244: Six reference works concerning Smith & Wesson arms

by Alex Cooper Auctioneers

December 11, 2010

Towson, MD, USA

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Description: Six reference works concerning Smith & Wesson arms

Condition Report: All property is sold as-is. No condition report is supplied. Prospective buyers should submit an inquiry requesting detailed examination prior to bidding.

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Lot 293A: "Abstract", Michael Leavitt, (American b.1968)

by A.B. Levy's

March 30, 2014

West Palm Beach, FL, USA

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Description: Michael Leavitt, (American, b.1968) Abstract rosewood, ebonized wood Height 4 ft.11 in., Width 20 in.

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Colonial Currency, Scarce May 5, 1780 Massachusetts $20 Contemporary Counterfeit

Lot 320: Colonial Currency, Scarce May 5, 1780 Massachusetts $20 Contemporary Counterfeit

by Early American

December 7, 2013

Rancho Santa Fe, CA, USA

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Description: Massachusetts CurrencyScarce Contemporary Counterfeit May 5, 1780 Massachusetts Twenty Dollars NoteState of Massachusetts Bay. May 5, 1780. Twenty Dollars. Contemporary Counterfeit. No Cancel. Choice Crisp Uncirculated.Fr. MA-285. A scarce Revolutionary War period Contemporary Counterfeit note with nice eye appeal. This note has four full margins providing near perfect centering. Printed upon clean period paper having some light tone to the obverse left side while the reverse is vivid and bold. Stamped at right "Interest Paid One Year" in deep violet, making this Contemporary Counterfeit ever more natural looking and deceptive to the general population.

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Colonial Currency, Scarce May 5, 1780 Massachusetts $20 Contemporary Counterfeit

Lot 399: Colonial Currency, Scarce May 5, 1780 Massachusetts $20 Contemporary Counterfeit

by Early American

June 29, 2013

Rancho Santa Fe, CA, USA

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Description: Massachusetts CurrencyScarce Contemporary Counterfeit May 5, 1780 Massachusetts Twenty Dollars NoteState of Massachusetts Bay. May 5, 1780. Twenty Dollars. Contemporary Counterfeit. No Cancel. Choice Crisp Uncirculated.Fr. MA-285. A scarce Revolutionary War period Contemporary Counterfeit note with nice eye appeal. This note has four full margins providing near perfect centering. Printed upon clean period paper having some light tone to the obverse left side while the reverse is vivid and bold. Stamped at right "Interest Paid One Year" in deep violet, making this Contemporary Counterfeit ever more natural looking and deceptive to the general population.

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Smith's Cavalry Trapdoor Carbine Massachusetts Arms

Lot 437: Smith's Cavalry Trapdoor Carbine Massachusetts Arms

by Thomaston Place Auction Galleries

February 5, 2011

Thomaston, ME, USA

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Description: SCARCE TRAPDOOR CARBINE - Smith's Cavalry Carbine, .54 cal trapdoor with breech release inside trigger guard, serial number 19233, patent 1857, manufactured by the Massachusetts Arms Company of Chicopee Falls, Mass; sold by Poultney & Trimble of Baltimore, Maryland, and marked by both, with a 20" smoothbore barrel, percussion lock, sliding graduated sight, eight coup marks on the walnut stock, 39 1/4" long overall, generally good condition, light corrosion.

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Massachusetts Chippendale Arm Chair

Lot 454: Massachusetts Chippendale Arm Chair

by The Cobbs

July 7, 2012

Peterborough, NH, USA

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Description: Massachusetts Chippendale Arm Chair, mahogany serpentine crest over an open carved and pierced splat, open molded serpentine arms, over upholstered seat supported by carved leaf cabriole legs ending in ball and claw feet, some splat restoration. Provenance: A southern NH collection. Estimate $1,200-1,800

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Massachusetts Arms Company Wesson & Leavitt Belt Model Revolver, (A.K.A. Pocket Model), Made 1850-1851. 6

Lot 512: Massachusetts Arms Company Wesson & Leavitt Belt Model Revolver, (A.K.A. Pocket Model), Made 1850-1851. 6" Barrel. Originally Finish...

by Quinn & Farmer Auctions

December 15, 2012

Charlottesville, VA, USA

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Description: Massachusetts Arms Company Wesson & Leavitt Belt Model Revolver, (A.K.A. Pocket Model), Made 1850-1851. 6" Barrel. Originally Finished In Blue, This Example Had All Metal, Other Than Barrel, Plated In Gold Or Silver. Barrel Has Been Re-Blued. No Serial Number On Frame Or Butt Strap. A Re-Worked Gun In A New Case With Old And Incorrect Accessories.

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MASSACHUSETTS ARMS MAYNARD PRIMED BELT REVOLVER.

Lot 525: MASSACHUSETTS ARMS MAYNARD PRIMED BELT REVOLVER.

by Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers

November 23, 2012

Delaware, OH, USA

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Description: MASSACHUSETTS ARMS MAYNARD PRIMED BELT REVOLVER. .31 caliber, six-shot cylinder, 5" round barrel, engraved decoration including eagle on the door of the Maynard primer.

Condition Report: Dark patina with some corrosion, old finish on grips, old collection tag (printed 205) on the left grip. We provide condition information when it is requested by a potential bidder, as a part of our dedication to excellent customer service. However, the absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, repairs, restorations or the effects of aging. Garth's Auctions shall have no responsibility for any error or omission regarding an item's condition. We encourage you to call or email with any questions. We also encourage you to come see us and preview the auction in-person. Thank you for your business.

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A C19th Massachusetts Arms Co. single barrel

Lot 540: A C19th Massachusetts Arms Co. single barrel

by Crow's Auction Gallery Ltd

March 12, 2014

Dorking, United Kingdom

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Description: A C19th Massachusetts Arms Co. single barrel shotgun, 43" long

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A scarce and desirable Smith & Wesson Model K38

Lot 588: A scarce and desirable Smith & Wesson Model K38

by Little John's Auction Service

October 24, 2012

Orange, CA, USA

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Description: A scarce and desirable Smith & Wesson Model K38 Combat masterpiece with U.S.A.F. markings on left side of frame and original Military holster serial #K740791. The revolver shows Baughman type front sight. The revolverretains 85-95% original blue, thinning at muzzle and high points from being carried in holster. The grips are good with small chips and wear at the heel and edges. The markings are sharp, edges crisp, bore bright. 75-85% case hardening on hammer and trigger. The action is tight. The holster is Military marked and in very good condition with normal carry and wear. A seldom encountered U.S. Martial issue from theVietnam era. Est.; $1,750-$3,500.

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A Mass. Arms Co. Wesson & Leavitt Dragon

Lot 759: A Mass. Arms Co. Wesson & Leavitt Dragon

by Czerny's International Auction House

November 16, 2013

Sarzana (SP), Italy

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Description: Round, rifled, 40 cal. barrel with foresight; round, six-shot cylinder, backward spring lock, wooden butt, bronze trigger guard. Small defects. Rust damaged. Rare.

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ATTRIBUTED TO EDWARD CHALMERS LEAVITT American

Lot 769: ATTRIBUTED TO EDWARD CHALMERS LEAVITT American

by Eldred's

November 21, 2008

East Dennis, MA, USA

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Description: ATTRIBUTED TO EDWARD CHALMERS LEAVITT American, 1842-1904 Still life with roses. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 16" x 12". Unframed.

Condition Report: Not examined under UV light. Relined.

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Scarce Smith & Wesson Model 1 ½ New Model .32

Lot 929: Scarce Smith & Wesson Model 1 ½ New Model .32

by Little John's Auction Service

May 23, 2013

Orange, CA, USA

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Description: Scarce Smith & Wesson Model 1 ½ New Model .32 caliber rimfire revolver with factory shorter than standard 2 5/16" barrel, showing factory barrel address. This Smith & Wesson, serial number 107450 remains in good to very good original conditionwith 40% to 60% original blue drifting to patina with some scattered light erosion and pinprick pitting and good clear side barrel address. The varnished wood grips are good to very good with some nicks, minor mars and about 30% varnish. Thehammer shows some traces of case hardening. The action is good and there are some marks on the bottom of the grips that are minor. These factory short barrels are seldom encountered and desirable. Est.: $600-$1,200.

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Massachusetts Arms Co. Maynard Carbine. Cal. 50.

Lot 1044: Massachusetts Arms Co. Maynard Carbine. Cal. 50.

by Poulin Antiques & Auctions

March 14, 2010

Fairfield, ME, USA

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Description: Massachusetts Arms Co. Maynard Carbine. Cal. 50. S# 11840. Bbl. 20". CONDITION: Good. Bore very good. (01-2516/DS). ANTIQUE. Est. $1200-1800

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EDWARD CHALMERS LEAVITT, American, 1842-1904, Still life with roses and an abalone shell., Oil on canvas, 16

Lot 1062: EDWARD CHALMERS LEAVITT, American, 1842-1904, Still life with roses and an abalone shell., Oil on canvas, 16" x 20". Framed.

by Eldred's

August 5, 2011

East Dennis, MA, USA

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Description: EDWARD CHALMERS LEAVITT American, 1842-1904 Still life with roses and an abalone shell. Signed and dated lower left "E.C. Leavitt 1884". Provenance: Private Collection, Massachusetts. Oil on canvas, 16" x 20". Framed.

Condition Report: Relined on modern stretcher bars. Canvas is uneven. Some restoration visible under UV light. Areas of craquleur, some bodering on unstable. Needs professional restoration. The absence of a condition report does NOT imply that an an object is free of defects or restoration. Please contact Eldred's before bidding with any questions as to condition. Condition reports are provided as a complimentary service and only reflect the opinion of Eldred's and should not be taken as a statement of fact. Condition reports only detail flaws or restorations and do not take into account wear, fading, or other issues consistent with an object's age.

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Wesson & Leavitt patent Dragoon by Mass. Arms Co.

Lot 1098: Wesson & Leavitt patent Dragoon by Mass. Arms Co.

by Little John's Auction Service

October 25, 2012

Orange, CA, USA

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Description: Wesson & Leavitt patent Dragoon by Mass. Arms Co. 40 cal, 6 shot cyl, 7-1/8" barrel, 15" overall, serial #182. The revolver remains in good original condition showing faint traces of original colors mixed in with aneven patina with some minor erosion and pinprick pitting. The grips are very good plus with at least 80% varnish and minor scratches with some minimal wear at edges. The markings are good and sharp, the actiontight, the bore bright. One of approx 800 produced a decade before the Civil War. Refer Flayderman 7A -055. From an old N.Y collector's estate. Est.;$1,750-$3,500.

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Outstanding Cased Massachusetts Arms Wesson & Leavitt Belt Revolver with Accessories

Lot 1110: Outstanding Cased Massachusetts Arms Wesson & Leavitt Belt Revolver with Accessories

by Rock Island Auction Company

December 1, 2012

Rock Island, IL, USA

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Description: Estimate: $4750 - 6000 Manufactured from 1850 to 1851, this is a scaled down version of a Mass. Arms Dragoon Model revolver which is also referred to as the Pocket Model with a total production of around 1,000. The top strap is marked "MASS. ARMS CO./CHICOPEE FALLS" and the lock is marked "WESSON'S & LEAVITT'S PATENT." The cylinder stop plate is marked "WESSON PATENT/AUG 28, 1849" with the rear of the etched cylinder marked "LEAVITT'S PATENT APRIL 29, 1837." There is a broad scroll engraving on the lock, frame and hammer. The serial number is on the front of the frame with "258" on the barrel lug and cylinder pin. Blue barrel and cylinder, silver plated brass trigger guard and backstrap, casehardened frame and fitted with two piece grips. In a partitioned wooden case lined in maroon velvet with the following accessories: key, double face embossed powder flask, lead balls, brass loading tool and factory two cavity brass bullet mold marked "MASS. ARMS CO/CHICOPEE FALLS". BBL: 4 inch round Stock: Gauge: 31 Finish: blue/casehardened Grips: walnut Serial Number: 767 Condition: Near excellent overall. The barrel retains 60% plus bright original blue finish with the balance a smooth brown patina (most of the finish remaining on the barrel latch). The cylinder has a smooth brown patina with most of the etching remaining. There is most of the darkened original case colors remaining on the frame. The trigger guard and backstrap retain nearly 97% silvered out original plating. The grip is excellent with some bottom edge wear and scattered minor dings. The engraving is clear. Mechanically fine. The case is very fine with some mild handling marks. The lining shows some minor wear. The accessories are very fine.

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American School 19th Century Grapes; Togther with Edward Chalmers Leavitt, Hanging Grapes

Lot 1162: American School 19th Century Grapes; Togther with Edward Chalmers Leavitt, Hanging Grapes

by Doyle New York

September 19, 2012

New York, NY, USA

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Description: American School 19th Century Grapes Inscribed J. J. LaValley and dated 1891 on the reverse; inscribed J. J. LaValley and dated 1891 on the stretcher Oil on canvas 11 x 9 inches; Together with Edward Chalmers Leavitt, American, 1842-1904, Hanging Grapes, 1898, signed E. C. Leavitt and dated 1898 (ll), oil on canvas, 16 x 10 inches C Sold to Benefit the Lee B. Anderson Memorial Foundation

Condition Report: Attributed to Jonas Joseph LaValley: Frame rubbing. Surface grime. There are three areas of paint loss in the lower left corner, the largest being 1/2 x 1/8 inch. Another paint loss in the far left center edge, approximately 1/2 x 1/8 inch. There appears to be a blooming varnish on some of the grapes. Small visible touch of inpaint in the background at the lower center just under the grapes. No further restoration visible under UV light. Edward Chalmers Leavitt: Wax relined. Frame rubbing. Scattered craquelure. There are touches of inpaint in the background at the far upper center edge around the stem. There is also a horizontal 1 inch line of inpaint in the background at the center left. No further restoration under UV light. Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Doyle New York shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging.

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Scarce Massachusetts Arms Company Wesson  &  Leavitt Patent Dragoon Revolver

Lot 1169: Scarce Massachusetts Arms Company Wesson & Leavitt Patent Dragoon Revolver

by Rock Island Auction Company

December 5, 2009

Moline, IL, USA

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Description: Only approximately 770 of these Standard Model percussion revolvers were manufactured by the Massachusetts Arms Company of Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts in 1850-51. The revolver has a round blue barrel and six-shot cylinder, casehardened frame and hammer, brass trigger guard and walnut grips. The barrel catch is marked "PATENT NOV 26, 1850", the lock plate is marked "WESSON'S & LEAVITT'S PATENT", the top strap is marked: "MASS. ARMS CO. / CHICOPEE FALLS", the bevel gear " WESSON'S PATENT AUG. 28, 1849" and the rear of the cylinder "LEAVITT'S PATENT APRIL 29, 1837". The serial number, "226" is stamped on the face of the recoil shield. The Wesson & Leavitt Dragoon revolver was a well made revolver that was one of Colt's first competitors. Samuel Colt successfully sued Massachusetts Arms for patent infringement in 1851. The injunction imposed as a result of the lawsuit led to abandonment of the Dragoon pattern and redesign of the Wesson & Leavitt revolvers. BBL: 7 1/8 inch round Stock: Gauge: 40 Perc Finish: blue/casehardened Grips: walnut Serial Number: 226

Condition Report: Very good. The metal surfaces have, for the most part, a smooth mottled brown patina. There is a small area of very minor pitting on the barrel and flash pitting on the cylinder and sides of the top strap. The trigger guard has an aged untouched original mustard yellow patina. The grips are fine with much of the varnish remaining with several minor dings and dents on the upper left side and the bottom of the right panel and overall some minor dings and dents. The markings are clear. The action is fine. A very nice representative example of a scarce Massachusetts Arms Dragoon revolver.

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RARE WESSON & LEAVITT DRAGOON PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Lot 1450: RARE WESSON & LEAVITT DRAGOON PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

by James D. Julia

March 11, 2013

Fairfield, ME, USA

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Description: SN 111. Cal. 40. Blue & color case hardened with 7-1/8" rnd bbl, German silver front sight and a tiny fixed sight at rear of top strap. Top strap is marked "MASS ARMS CO / CHICOPEE FALLS". Frame & cyl spindle are color case hardened as is the right side mounted back action lock. Cylinder is 6-shots with convex front edge, contoured to mate with the angle of the bbl forcing cone. Cyl is unfluted & smooth with a square rear face that has stop notches. Nipples are set in angled recesses. Brass trigger guard is attached to the bottom of the receiver & front strap. Mounted with a varnished 1-pc walnut grip with matching SN on front face under the wood. Back strap & butt strap are 1-pc blued steel with matching SN on inside near the tip. Front face of recoil shield is also matching numbered. According to Flayderman's Guide to Antique American Firearms only about 770 of these rare revolvers were produced in the period 1850-1851, some of which had factory attached rammers. CONDITION: Extremely fine plus, all matching. Overall retains virtually all of its crisp orig finish with glossy bright blue on bbl, top strap, bbl latch & back strap; frame, lockplate & hammer retain virtually all of their lightly faded orig case colors, strong & bright on lockplate; back strap has glossy bright blue. Grip has a few light nicks & dings and a series of shallow bruises on left side, otherwise is sound and retains virtually all of its orig factory varnish. Mechanics are crisp, brilliant shiny bore, probably unfired. 4-47358 JR182

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Factory Engraved Smith  &  Wesson 38 Hand Ejector Military  &  Police Model of 1905 with Factory Letter

Lot 1870: Factory Engraved Smith & Wesson 38 Hand Ejector Military & Police Model of 1905 with Factory Letter

by Rock Island Auction Company

September 12, 2009

Moline, IL, USA

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Description: Manufactured in 1908 this Smith & Wesson M&P Model of 1905 First Change is a very early, very scarce Oscar Young factory engraved Smith & Wesson revolver which features an all nickel finish with a casehardened hammer and trigger and fitted with factory pearl grips with Smith & Wesson medallions. The sides of the barrel, frame, cylinder flats, and backstrap are nicely floral scroll and punch dot engraved covering about 1/3 of the revolver. The left side of the barrel is marked "38 S&W SPECIAL / & U.S. SERVICE CTG'S" in a panel and the right side is marked with the three line address/patent dates, also in a panel. The right side of the frame is marked with the Smith & Wesson trademark logo. The revolver is fully documented with a Smith & Wesson letter dated July 2, 1985 which gives a brief history of the M&P Model of 1905 revolver and verifies the serial number, factory engraving, nickel finish, pearl grips and that it was shipped from the factory on December 28, 1908 to a Harry M. Styner. BBL: 4 inch round Stock: Gauge: 38 special Finish: nickel Grips: pearl Serial Number: 108212

Condition Report: Excellent overall with approximately 98-99% of the unpolished original nickel plated finish, with just a small amount of wear around the muzzle a few very small areas of flaking on the cylinder. The hammer retains 98% original vivid case colors and the trigger has a smooth gray with mottled discoloration. The grips are in almost new condition with great color on both panels and only light handling marks. Just a super example of a very scarce, documented factory engraved Smith & Wesson M&P Model 1905 revolver with factory pearl grips.

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Smith & Wesson Automatic Knife

Lot 16: Smith & Wesson Automatic Knife

by Diefenderfer Auction Company

2011

USA

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Description: Smith & Wesson, US Army Issue, Manufactured by Taylor Cutlery, VERY SCARCE!!!!!

Condition Report: Excellent, Never Used, Original Box

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DAN WESSON ARMS GUN

Lot 40: DAN WESSON ARMS GUN

by Civis and Company Auctioneers

2012

USA

Description: Dan Wesson Arms 357 Magnum CTG, SN 37613 with holster

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 Vintage Smith & Wesson (S & W) .38 revolver, with holster. *NOTE* FFL PAPERWORK REQUIRED, SEE LOT 0, $25.00 FEE PER FIRE ARM

Lot 51N: Vintage Smith & Wesson (S & W) .38 revolver, with holster. *NOTE* FFL PAPERWORK REQUIRED, SEE LOT 0, $25.00 FEE PER FIRE ARM

by Hamiltons Antique & Estate Auctions Inc.

2014

USA

Description: Vintage Smith & Wesson (S & W) .38 revolver, with holster. *NOTE* FFL PAPERWORK REQUIRED, SEE LOT 0, $25.00 FEE PER FIRE ARM

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Dan Wesson Arms 357 Caliber revolver with holster

Lot 61: Dan Wesson Arms 357 Caliber revolver with holster

by Saco River Auction

2012

USA

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Description: Dan Wesson Arms 357 Caliber revolver with holster

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AGNES LEAVITT WATERCOLOR

Lot 104: AGNES LEAVITT WATERCOLOR

by Carroll's Auctioneers & Appraisers

2011

USA

Description: AGNES LEAVITT WATERCOLOR

Condition Report: VERY GOOD CONDITION

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Scarce Massachusetts Arms Wesson & Leavitt Belt Revolver

Lot 134: Scarce Massachusetts Arms Wesson & Leavitt Belt Revolver

by Rock Island Auction Company

2011

USA

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Description: Estimate: $850 - 1400 Manufactured in 1850 - '51, with a total production of around 1000, this is a scaled down version of Massachusetts Arms Dragoon Model revolver and was also referred to as the "Pocket Model". The top strap is marked "MASS. ARMS CO. / CHICOPEE FALLS", the lock is marked "WESSON'S & LEAVITT'S PATENT" and the rear cylinder face is marked "LEAVITTS PATENT APRIL 29, 1837". The recoil shield is stamped 447 with the rotating hand assembly carrying an 1849 patent date. The lock, frame and hammer are broad floral scroll engraved and the cylinder is etched with floral designs and a stand of arms. Blade front sight and notch rear sight, 6 round cylinder, silver plated brass trigger guard and back strap, and fitted with smooth two piece walnut grips. BBL: 5 1/2 inch round Stock: Gauge: 31 percussion Finish: blue/casehardened Grips: walnut Serial Number: 447 Condition: Very good. The metal surfaces have a smooth grayish brown patina with some minor dings on the barrel. The trigger guard and back strap retain most of the original silver plating (most loss on the trigger guard) with some blistering and darkening with age. The exposed brass has an aged patina. With the exception of several dents on the bottoms, the grips are fine with 70% original varnish, minor chips on the toes and lower edges, and scattered minor dents and scratches. The markings and engraving are clear. The action functions fine, but is a little stiff.

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FRAMED OIL ON BOARD SIGNED MARILYN LEAVITT

Lot 301: FRAMED OIL ON BOARD SIGNED MARILYN LEAVITT

by Beaver Creek Trading Co.

2012

USA

Description: FRAMED OIL ON BOARD SIGNED MARILYN LEAVITT

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Smith & Wesson White Arms co. Mdl.#1 3

Lot 563: Smith & Wesson White Arms co. Mdl.#1 3"Rev. 22 cal. 6793

by Wehrly's Auction Service

2012

USA

Description: 2 pc Walnut grip/spur trigger/SA/Oct. barrel/stamped Made for Smith & Wesson by Rellin White, Arms Co.Lowel, MASS/good

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Mass Arms Co.Wesson Leavitts  3.75

Lot 606: Mass Arms Co.Wesson Leavitts 3.75" Rev. 40 Cal.

by Wehrly's Auction Service

2012

USA

Description: 2 pc walnut grip/SA/6 shot/etching on grip & stamped Wesson's Leavitts Pat./stamped on barrel Mass Arms Co. Chicoppe Falls/SA/very good THIS IS NOT A DRAGOON REV.

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