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Leica IIIf 35 mm viewfinder camera, SN 644855, c 1952-53, Ernst Leitz Summaron 35 mm f 3.5 screw mount lens, SN 1308786, c 1955, wit...

Lot 4220: Leica IIIf 35 mm viewfinder camera, SN 644855, c 1952-53, Ernst Leitz Summaron 35 mm f 3.5 screw mount lens, SN 1308786, c 1955, wit...

by William Bunch

April 22, 2014, 11:00 AM EST

Chadds Ford, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $600

Description: Leica IIIf 35 mm viewfinder camera, SN 644855, c 1952-53, Ernst Leitz Summaron 35 mm f 3.5 screw mount lens, SN 1308786, c 1955, with half of case

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Matchbox Regular Wheels No.PS5 Military gift set

Lot 2029: Matchbox Regular Wheels No.PS5 Military gift set

by Vectis Auctions Ltd

April 23, 2014, 10:30 AM GMT

Stockton on Tees, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £380 - £440

Description: Matchbox Regular Wheels No.PS5 Military gift set comprising of No.49A Half Track - knobbly grey plastic wheels, metal rollers with grey rubber tracks, No.54A Saracen Personnel Carrier - knobbly black plastic wheels, No.55A DUKW - knobbly grey plastic wheels, No.61A Ferret Scout Car, No.62A General Service Lorry, No.63A Ford "Ambulance" - knobbly black plastic wheels and Major Pack No.M3 Thornycroft Mighty Antar Tank Transporter with Centurion Tank - black plastic wheels, metal rollers with grey rubber tracks - conditions are generally Excellent to Mint (some have slight rusting to axles), inner carded tray is Near Mint, presentation blue and yellow Moko box is Good Plus - a nice bright example that displays well.

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Matchbox Regular Wheels No.G5 Military Gift Set

Lot 2119: Matchbox Regular Wheels No.G5 Military Gift Set

by Vectis Auctions Ltd

April 23, 2014, 10:30 AM GMT

Stockton on Tees, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £260 - £320

Description: Matchbox Regular Wheels No.G5 Military Gift Set - comprising of Majorpack No.M3 Mighty Antar Tank Transporter with knobbly black plastic wheels, rounded axles complete with Centurion Tank, grey plastic rollers and rubber tracks (have hardened), plus 6 x Regular Wheel models (1) No.54A Saracen Personnel Carrier; (2) No.62 General Service Lorry; (3) No.63A Ford "Ambulance"; (4) No.64A Scammell Heavy Duty Wreck Truck; (5) No.67 Saladin Armoured Car and (6) No.68 Austin Radio Truck - all have knobbly black plastic wheels with rounded axles - conditions are generally Excellent to Near Mint inner carded tray and base is Good Plus including Lesney colour picture sleeve - nice bright example.

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WWII CAMILLUS USM3 FIGHTING KNIFE WITH USM8 SHEATH

Lot 8395: WWII CAMILLUS USM3 FIGHTING KNIFE WITH USM8 SHEATH

by Affiliated Auctions & Realty LLC

April 26, 2014, 9:00 AM EST

Tallahassee, FL, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $250

Description: Nice M3 by Camillus knife with USM8 sheath. No year stamped on blade. Blued blade at about 98%. Appropriate wear to handle and cross guard. Sheath is in very good condition also. "Kilp" is scratched into sheath.

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LUFTWAFFE ANNIVERSARY LEICA CAMERA & CARRYING CASE

Lot 8587: LUFTWAFFE ANNIVERSARY LEICA CAMERA & CARRYING CASE

by Affiliated Auctions & Realty LLC

April 26, 2014, 9:00 AM EST

Tallahassee, FL, USA

Estimated Price: $250 - $350

Description: Probable reproduction Luftwaffe Anniversary 1936-39 Camera. Marked No. 182379 E. Leitz Wetzlar Germany. Includes a leather "Leica" shoulder strap carrying case. Camera is in very good condition with clear lens, case shows some wear. This lot has a reserve.

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US WWII M3 Fighting Knife

Lot 113: US WWII M3 Fighting Knife

by Saucon Valley Auction Company

April 27, 2014, 11:00 AM EST

Bath, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: Great historic piece, measures 11.5" and includes Camillus leather sheath. stand not included

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Leica Camera

Lot 75: Leica Camera

by Antikvity

April 28, 2014, 4:00 PM CET

Praha 1, Czech Republic

Estimated Price: €250 - €400

Description: Leica III (year 1933), producer Ernst Leitz Wetzlar, serial number 113902, year 1930, speed 1/20, 1/30, 1/40, 1/60, 1/100, 1/200, 1/500 and Z, lens Leitz ELMAR 1:3.5/50 mm, black cap, original case, used. Condition 2-

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Scarce Benelli M3 Super 90 Pump and Semi-Automatic Shotgun

Lot 797: Scarce Benelli M3 Super 90 Pump and Semi-Automatic Shotgun

by Rock Island Auction Company

May 2, 2014, 9:00 AM CST

Rock Island, IL, USA

Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,600

Description: Scarce Benelli M3 Super 90 Pump and Semi-Automatic ShotgunIntroduced in 1986. With 3-dot adjustable sights, cylinder choke, 3 inch chamber, extended tube magazine, ribbed forearm and pistol grip and a folding tubular steel buttstock with a rubber recoil pad and 13 3/4 inch length of pull. With a black nylon sling.Manufacturer: Benelli Model: M3 Super 90BBL: 19 1/2 inch roundStock: plastic/steelGauge: 12Finish: matte blackGrips: Serial Number: M109379

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Exceptional Documented World War II Issue U.S. Property Marked.380 Caliber Colt M1908 Semi-Automatic Pistol Owned by Brigadier General E. B. Whisner with Display Case

Lot 1603: Exceptional Documented World War II Issue U.S. Property Marked.380 Caliber Colt M1908 Semi-Automatic Pistol Owned by Brigadier General E. B. Whisner with Display Case

by Rock Island Auction Company

May 3, 2014, 9:00 AM CST

Rock Island, IL, USA

Estimated Price: $5,000 - $7,500

Description: Exceptional Documented World War II Issue U.S. Property Marked.380 Caliber Colt M1908 Semi-Automatic Pistol Owned by Brigadier General E. B. Whisner with Display CaseThis is an exceptional example of a early "U.S. Property" marked Colt Model 1908 Pocket Hammerless Pistol, in the desirable .380 ACP caliber that was manufactured in 1945, that was issued or acquired by Brig. Gen. Whisner during his career. This pistol is accompanied by a short hand written letter from John A. MaCleod, (on his letter head stationary) who was the son in law of BG Whisner, who himself was also a Brig. Gen in the US Army. The letter notes that BG Whisner was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in 1917 and served for 36 years in the Army retiring in 1953. This pistol had been in the possession of BG MaCleod who sold it to a collector in 2003. We believe that the consignor had current display case built for this pistol along with the noted letter which is shown in the case along with a picture of BG MaCleod. This lot also includes the following documents for BG MaCleod; a copy of the Death Certificate from the US Army; Notice of Internment (from the VA) in Little Rock National Cemetery in 1984 along with an obituary for BG Whisner dated 1984. The obituary for BG Whisner states that he served during WWI, and WWII, with foreign duty stations in France, Germany, Philippines, Saipan, Guam, China and French-Indochina. During these deployments he was on the Staff of the Commanding General of the Hawaiian Dept at the time of the attack on Pearl Harbor In 1941; a member of President Truman's mission to China 1946-47, also on his mission to Turkey from 1947-1948. He was also a member of the American mission to French Indochina, 1951-1953 and helped arm/supply the forces of South Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. He was awarded the Bronze Star twice for meritorious service and the Legion of Merit. During his service to Vietnam he has served with the C.I.A. in Washington D.C. This exceptional pistol has the all blue commercial finish and is fitted with checkered walnut grips with silver plated Colt Medallions. The right side of the frame is marked "U.S. PROPERTY" and the left side has the "M" prefix serial number "137863" with the small Cross-Cannon US Ordnance proof behind the slide lock. The left side of the slide is marked with the two line Colt address and patent dates of 1897 and 1903, with the Rampant Colt trademark behind the slide serrations. The right side is roll marked "COLT AUTOMATIC/CALIBRE .380 HAMMERLESS". The left side of the trigger guard bow is stamped with the Colt "VP" proof, with the right side stamped with the Colt sub inspector proof of "57". The slide has the later flat top rear sight and standard front sight blade. The magazine is blue and the floor plate is marked "CAL.380/COLT". This lot also includes an original WWII M3 brown leather shoulder holster.Manufacturer: ColtModel: 1908BBL: 4 inch roundStock: Gauge: 380 ACPFinish: blueGrips: walnut checkeredSerial Number: M137863

Condition Report: Excellent plus with 99% of the original Colt factory blue finish overall with just a hint of edge wear. The walnut grips are also excellent plus with nice sharp distinct checkering on both sides. The M3 holster is fair showing much overall use but still retaining all the straps and tight stitching. The display case, letters and documentation are all excellent. A nice, ready to go display case with an outstanding original Colt M1908 GO pistol.

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Rare and Historical World War II Inland T3 Carbine with

Lot 1619: Rare and Historical World War II Inland T3 Carbine with "Prototype" M2 Infrared Sniper Scope Assembly Accessories and Documentation From the Original Designer/Developer, William Garstang

by Rock Island Auction Company

May 3, 2014, 9:00 AM CST

Rock Island, IL, USA

Estimated Price: $35,000 - $65,000

Description: Rare and Historical World War II Inland T3 Carbine with "Prototype" M2 Infrared Sniper Scope Assembly Accessories and Documentation From the Original Designer/Developer, William GarstangThis is the Original Inland Division T3 Carbine serial number 00306 along with the Prototype M2 Infrared Sniper scope that was used by Mr. William Garstang in 1943/44 when he developed this system for the US Army. There is solid supporting documentation, original letters and photographs of Mr. Garstang and his wife holding this exact T3 Carbine/M2 Sniper scope set-up in their house when he was working on this design, that authenticates this entire lot. The T3 Carbines were developed and produced on an extremely limited basis with less than 1000 total ever made in their own serial number range. As all carbine collectors know 99.9% of all these carbines were demilitarized after WWII, with the only true examples known to have survived having been retained by either the Inland Division or Winchester factories as display models. One or two may have been retained by the optical companies. This one being the original T3 carbine/M2 Sniper scope set-upremained in Mr. Garstang's personal possession while he worked on the design in 1944 and then after WWII until 1976 when he sold it. The documentation that accompanies this lot are letters from Mr. Garstang to one of the past owners briefly explaining how he had this weapon along with a discussion about an article he wrote in 1946 for the Electronics Laboratories, Inc. company newsletter, "The Electronic Beacon". This article discussed his involvement with the design work and specifically listing the serial number of this carbine. Also accompanying this lot is a copy of the magazine that shows Mr. Garstang on the cover as well as several pictures on the inside with him at his company in 1945/46 showing several civilian and military officials when he demonstrated this design. Also accompanying this lot is a copy of the December 1946 issue of "Mechanics Illustrated" which has another article by Mr. Garstang about his small electronic company and work he did during WWII and in the post war years, with a mention of his numerous electronic patents (over 50) he held. This article also show his wife holding this carbine and M2 scope setup in their home. These T3 carbines were specifically designated to be used with the M2 Infrared Sniper Scope. This was the original "see in the night" design on which all following night vision devices were based. These T3 carbines and infrared sniper scopes saw service towards the end of WWII especially on Luzon and Okinawa. The primary difference between a T3 carbines and a standard M1 carbine is that the T3 carbines had a one piece integral scope base brazed and pinned on top of the receiver. This integral base may have been one of the primary reasons for the removal and demilitarization of this model from Army inventory as it was later replaced by the standard M3 Infrared Sniper scope conversion package, with the separate long mounting bar. This allowed all standard carbines to be converted for use of the infrared system and then back into a standard M1 carbine. This one-piece integral scope mount forced a relocation of the nomenclature and serial number from the top of the receivers to the right rear side of the receiver. This carbine has the following markings; top of the barrel "INLAND MFG. DIV./GENERAL MOTORS" and the right side of the receiver "U.S. CARBINE/CAL. 30 T3". The top rear portion of the receiver heel is marked "INLAND DIV/0306". The carbine still retains all of it's original issue parts, and factory parkerized finish. Some of the noted parts are a type three barrel band with bayonet lug, a flat blue bolt, the magazine release with only a single capital letter "M" on the side, a parkerized trigger and a parkerized unmarked push button safety. The carbine is fitted with a late four rivet hand guard and a super rare all original T3 carbine stock. The stock has the Inland "IO" proof in the sling slot with a large crossed cannon ordnance cartouche on the right side of the butt stock. The left side of the stock has been correctly modified and is fitted with the original "silent" on-off switch as designed by Mr. Garstang for the T3 carbine. The carbine has an original T3 stock that has the large squared off bulbous forend where the original M2 Infrared lamp and pistol grip assembly is mounted. The M2 electronic telescope or sniper scope that is mounted on top does not carry a nomenclature plate (which would be correct for this model being a prototype, prior to full production) and is only marked with "D-5637-7-1" on the underside of the body of the scope. In addition to the items noted above, this lot contains the following additional original accessories: the original M2 power pack and M2 battery for this model (uncharged brand new) an original hand-held, "snooper-scope" pistol grip mount assembly, an original first pattern green plastic/rubberized designed backpack/carrying pouch with original 1936 straps that carries the power pack and battery, (this is not the later black rubberized backpack), an original green canvas carrying case to carry the carbine with the scope and emitter lamp when installed on the carbine, an original spare electron tube (still in the original WWII box), for the electronic telescope an original WWII green canvas web belt with double M1 carbine magazine pouch with two magazines, an original M4 M1 Carbine bayonet and scabbard made by A.C.C., an original T-23 designated M1 carbine flash hider, marked "Hider-Flash-T23/Carbine/CAL.-30", a super rare field recharging cable that allows the power pack battery to be charged by Jeep battery, a super rare electron tube, removal tool, and an original (unaltered) hard back War Department Technical manual (TM 5-9341) dated June 1945 showing complete operation of the M2 scope, with disassembly procedures wiring diagrams etc. still marked secret and signed by William Garstang on the back cover. To adequately store and show this rare carbine and scope set-up, the previous owner purchased a small steamer trunk with metal corners and edges that he had converted to a complete "turn-key" display set up. Inside is a custom designed storage areas made from oak that has compartments for the T3 carbine, M2 telescope and lamp/pistol grip assembly, and all the aforementioned accessories all packed inside the trunk.Manufacturer: InlandModel: T3BBL: 18 inchStock: walnutGauge: 30 CarbineFinish: parkerizedGrips: Serial Number: 00306

Condition Report: Excellent plus, totally original overall. The T3 carbine retains 99% correct original parkerized finish with only slight wear on the correct blue bolt from cycling the action. The stock and hand guard are also excellent plus, showing only minor handling marks in a few areas with clear sharp cartouche and proofs. The mounted infrared lamp and pistol assembly and the actual electronic M2 telescope are also like new showing 99% original finish with minor edge and high spot wear. All the various accessories; M4 bayonet and scabbard, web belt and magazine pouch etc. are all excellent. The magazines and pictures are all original and also excellent. This carbine (00306) and its attached original prototype M2 scope, being the prototype "rig" used for development of the infrared M2 program would be the first successful infrared weapon system in history, put into production, making carbine 00306 and its scope the "first of the first" infrared weapon system in history. The M1 infrared scope program plagued by design and technical problems was rolled into the M2 program and never reached full production stage. This significant example of World War II history best exemplifies our technological edge over our enemies and is worthy of being in the Smithsonian Museum!

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U.S. Winchester M1 Carbine with M1A1 Paratrooper Stock

Lot 1674: U.S. Winchester M1 Carbine with M1A1 Paratrooper Stock

by Rock Island Auction Company

May 3, 2014, 9:00 AM CST

Rock Island, IL, USA

Estimated Price: $1,600 - $2,250

Description: U.S. Winchester M1 Carbine with M1A1 Paratrooper StockThis is a very fine example of a late WWII Winchester produced M1 Carbine that has been fitted with an M1A1 Paratrooper stock. This carbine was originally manufactured in 1944, the 3rd serial number range assigned to Winchester and it has a late milled rear sight, a type three barrel band/bayonet lug, a flip safety lever, a flat blued bolt and a two rivet handguard. Standard markings on the receiver with a "W" marked barrel. The magazine release is marked with the letters "M/NA". As noted this carbine is fitted with a folding wire, paratrooper stock with the leather cheekpiece. The brass rivets are marked "7/4" and the left side of the stock is stamped "AAN" with a "P" proof on the rear of the stock and a second "P" proof on the front of the pistol grip. This carbine is fitted with an M3-U marked flash hider and a circled "IW" marked 15 round magazine.Manufacturer: WinchesterModel: M1 CarbineBBL: 18 inch roundStock: walnutGauge: 30 M1 CarbineFinish: parkerizedGrips: Serial Number: 5556971

Condition Report: Very fine as arsenal refurbished, with 95% parkerized finish with edge and high spot wear overall. The stock is also in fine condition also having been arsenal refinished and reoiled with visible proofs and minor handling marks overall. A very nice example of an assembled WWII M1 carbine with a Paratrooper stock.

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World War II Inland Div. T3 Carbine with Weaver J4 Telescope

Lot 3638: World War II Inland Div. T3 Carbine with Weaver J4 Telescope

by Rock Island Auction Company

May 4, 2014, 9:00 AM ChST

Rock Island, IL, USA

Estimated Price: $3,500 - $6,500

Description: World War II Inland Div. T3 Carbine with Weaver J4 TelescopeThis is an example of a low number (SN 00005) WWII production, Inland "T3" Carbine, that is complete with the mounting bar on top of the receiver that is fitted with an early Weaver J4 telescope. The T3 carbines, were manufactured in mid to late 1944 and were designed to be used with the early M2 and later M3 Infrared sniper scopes. It is estimated that approximately "1000" ever produced by the Inland Div. of General Motors, specifically in their own serial number range. After WWII 99.9% of all these "T3" carbines were demilitarized by the U.S. Government by torch cutting through the receiver, however this example appears quite possibly uncut. The primary difference between a T3 carbine and the standard M1 carbine, is that the T3 carbines were not machined for the standard rear sight. Instead had a one- piece, integral scope base brazed/pinned on top of the receiver. This different configuration was probably the primary reason the T3 carbine was demilitarization after WWII because it was completely replaced by using the newly developed "M3" Infrared Sniper scope with a conversion package. This package had a separate mounting bar that could convert the standard M1 Carbine for use with the M3 infrared scope and then back to its original configuration. The markings of the T3 carbine were moved receiver ring to the right rear side of the receiver. It is marked on the right side of the receiver "U.S. CARBINE/CAL. 30 T3", with the rear receiver marked "INLAND DIV/00005". The barrel is marked with only "INLAND MFG. DIV./GENERAL MOTORS", with no date. This early carbine is interestingly marked with an electric pencil on the side of the receiver, operating slide, trigger housing and underside of the barrel with "H 152-238-866-172". The barrel, operating slide and trigger housing are also numbered "00005". It retains its original and correct, brazed and pinned on mounting bar that is fitted with a early commercial Weaver J4 hunting scope. The scope is mounted with blue commercial rings and the markings are on the rear of the scope under the rear ring. It has the standard cross-hair reticle. The carbine itself has mostly Inland marked parts except the trigger housing which is a Quality Hardware (Q-NL) marked part. It has the "JI" marked type three barrel band, a flat," IO" marked blued bolt, with some internal Inland marked parts. It is fitted with a late WWII/early Korean war unmarked M2 stock and a unmarked two rivet handguard. It is complete with one 30rd carbine and a WWII, two-pocket canvas magazine case with one blued 5 round magazine.Manufacturer: InlandModel: T3BBL: 18 inch roundStock: walnutGauge: 30 M1 CarbineFinish: parkerizedGrips: Serial Number: 00005

Condition Report: Very fine as professionally restored with 90% of a heavily sand blasted, dark gray parkerized type finish overall, that shows wear on the edges and high spots with finish loss on the right receiver rail. Stock is a good replacement with a crack on right side. The scope retains 98% of the blued finish with clear sharp optics. The stock and handguard are both in very good condition with minor handling marks overall. A very interesting representative example of a T3 Carbine.

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MGI Marck 15 Semi-Automatic 45 ACP Carbine with Modular Lower Receiver in

Lot 3721: MGI Marck 15 Semi-Automatic 45 ACP Carbine with Modular Lower Receiver in "M3" Configuration

by Rock Island Auction Company

May 4, 2014, 9:00 AM ChST

Rock Island, IL, USA

Estimated Price: $1,500 - $2,000

Description: MGI Marck 15 Semi-Automatic 45 ACP Carbine with Modular Lower Receiver in "M3" ConfigurationAn "AR" family semi-automatic weapon built around a quick-change magazine well arrangement, currently set up to run 45 ACP in pure blowback semi-automatic operation from M3 SMG magazines (one included). Manufactured with a birdcage flash hider, post front sight, flat-top upper receiver, ribbed forearm, Ergo Grip pistol grip and a MGI branded telescoping buttstock. With a shipping box.Manufacturer: MGI Inc.Model: Marck 15BBL: 16 inch roundStock: plasticGauge: 45 ACPFinish: matte blackGrips: Serial Number: 20141

Condition Report: Excellent with 99% of the matte black finish, showing minor handling marks overall. Mechanically excellent.

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EUROPEAN COINS FROM THE ÅKE LINDÉN COLLECTION,

Lot 1398: EUROPEAN COINS FROM THE ÅKE LINDÉN COLLECTION,

by Baldwin's

May 7, 2014, 10:00 AM GMT

London, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £800 - £1,000

Description: EUROPEAN COINS FROM THE ÅKE LINDÉN COLLECTION, GREECE Alexander I (1917-1920), Gold Medallic Coinage, 4-Ducats, 1919, by Brulat, bust of Prime Minister Eleftherios Venizelos right, rev coat of arms, date below, 11.07g (KM X #M3). About uncirculated, neither mounted nor holed as was the norm for these pieces, thus rare. ex Münzen und Medaillen Deutschland, 24 March 2000, lot 609 During this very turbulent period of modern Greece, when the country was divided between royalists and republicans, supporters of both factions commissioned the striking of such medallic 4-Ducats type pieces which were meant to be worn by the lady-supporters of either faction. The cataloguer, in his vast experience, has only encountered one other such piece free of hole or mount-mark, hence the rarity of the above item.

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A COLLECTION FORMED BY PAUL STEVENS, PRINCELY

Lot 3262: A COLLECTION FORMED BY PAUL STEVENS, PRINCELY

by Baldwin's

May 8, 2014, 12:30 PM GMT

London, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £500 - £800

Description: A COLLECTION FORMED BY PAUL STEVENS, PRINCELY STATES AND INDEPENDENT KINGDOMS Bikanir, Ganga Singh (VS 1944-1999 / 1887-1942 AD), Gold Nazarana Mohur, facing bust, rev Nagari legend and date with border of symbols, 8.42g (KM X M3). Very minor contact marks, about extremely fine.

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A COLLECTION FORMED BY PAUL STEVENS, PRINCELY

Lot 3301: A COLLECTION FORMED BY PAUL STEVENS, PRINCELY

by Baldwin's

May 8, 2014, 12:30 PM GMT

London, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £1,000 - £1,500

Description: A COLLECTION FORMED BY PAUL STEVENS, PRINCELY STATES AND INDEPENDENT KINGDOMS Rewa, Gold Commemorative ½-Mohur, to mark the accession of Gulab Singh, VS 1975 (= 1918 AD), obv arms with small lions supporters, rev Nagari legends and date, 5.69g (KM X M3). Crude as usual, good very fine.

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INDIAN, PRINCELY STATES AND INDEPENDENT KINGDOMS

Lot 3400: INDIAN, PRINCELY STATES AND INDEPENDENT KINGDOMS

by Baldwin's

May 8, 2014, 12:30 PM GMT

London, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £200 - £300

Description: INDIAN, PRINCELY STATES AND INDEPENDENT KINGDOMS Bikanir, Ganga Singh, Silver OMS Nazarana Mohur, off-metal strike in silver, to mark the 50th Anniversary of his reign, VS 1994, obv bust of ruler facing, rev Nagari legend with six symbols around (cf SAC X M3). Good very fine and unusual.

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ÅKE LINDÉN COLLECTION, INDIAN, PRINCELY STATES AND

Lot 3433: ÅKE LINDÉN COLLECTION, INDIAN, PRINCELY STATES AND

by Baldwin's

May 8, 2014, 12:30 PM GMT

London, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £1,500 - £2,000

Description: ÅKE LINDÉN COLLECTION, INDIAN, PRINCELY STATES AND INDEPENDENT KINGDOMS Faridkot, Harindar Singh (1918-1949 AD), Gold Nazarana ?-Rupee, 1941, 3.66g (KM X M3). Extremely fine. from the Åke Lindén Collection

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A Leica II camera, No. 99376 with 5cm lens, lens

Lot 12: A Leica II camera, No. 99376 with 5cm lens, lens

by Golding Young & Mawer

April 23, 2014, 10:00 AM GMT

Lincoln, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £150 - £250

Description: A Leica II camera, No. 99376 with 5cm lens, lens cap and leather case, circa 1932.

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Leica M3 mit Zubehör u. 3 Objektiven

Lot 3983: Leica M3 mit Zubehör u. 3 Objektiven

by Kiefer Buch- und Kunstauktionen

May 3, 2014, 11:00 AM CET

Pforzheim, Germany

Estimated Price: €0 - €900

Description: Leica M3 mit Zubehör u. 3 Objektiven, Summaron, Summarit, u. Hektor Schöne Leica Baujahr 1955. Seriennummer M3 - 781693. In gepflegtem Zust. , +Dabei:+ Objektive Ernst Leitz GmbH Wetzlar Summarit f=5cm 1:1, 5 Nr.1276147 (min. feine Kratzer sonst Saubere Linse), sowie Hektor f=13, 5cm 1:4, 5 Nr. 1240333. (innen leicht angestaubt). Gelbfilter 1 u. Gelb-Grünfilter für Summarit f-5 1:1, 5 in OVP, Leitz Gegenlichtblende f.Elmar 9cm u. Hektor 13, 5 cm, Leica Meter M, sowie Leica Summaron f=3, 5 cm 1 : 3, 5 Nr.1360433. Gepflegter Zust. In schönem Lederkoffer.

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Lot 4149: Leica Fotografie.

by Kiefer Buch- und Kunstauktionen

May 3, 2014, 11:00 AM CET

Pforzheim, Germany

Estimated Price: €0 - €450

Description: Leica Fotografie., Internationale Zeitschrift für Fotografie. Hrsg. von H.Stöckler, E.Bugdoll, u. M.Mettner. Jgge. 1-53 in 53 Bdn. Frankfurt; Umschau Vlg. 1950-2002. Mit zahlr. tls. farb. Abb. Olwdbde. u. 1 priv. Hlwd. (Tls. gebleicht, etw. berieb., 1 Bd. mit Einrissen am ob. Kap.). , Nicht eingeh. kollat., augenscheinl. kompl., die Bücher stammen aus einem gepflegten Haushalt. Jahresinhalts-Verzeichnisse sind nur bei den letzten Jahrgängen vorhanden. Das Vorausheft von 1949 liegt lose bei.

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Six M3 Fighting Knives, c. 1943-45, steel blades and leather grips, all various makers with M8 fiberglass scabbards, one is like-new in

Lot 77: Six M3 Fighting Knives, c. 1943-45, steel blades and leather grips, all various makers with M8 fiberglass scabbards, one is like-new in

by Skinner

2014

USA

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Description: Six M3 Fighting Knives, c. 1943-45, steel blades and leather grips, all various makers with M8 fiberglass scabbards, one is like-new in an unissued scabbard, blade lg. 6 1/2, overall lg. 11 1/2 in.

Condition Report: Five have wear from use, one looks to be in like-new condition. 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. Condition requests can be obtained via email (lot inquiry button) or by telephone to the appropriate gallery location (Boston/617.350.5400 or Marlborough/508.970.3000). Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner Inc. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.

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Six M3 Fighting Knives, c. 1943-45, steel blades with leather grips, made by various makers, five with M8 fiberglass scabbards, one wit

Lot 78: Six M3 Fighting Knives, c. 1943-45, steel blades with leather grips, made by various makers, five with M8 fiberglass scabbards, one wit

by Skinner

2014

USA

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Description: Six M3 Fighting Knives, c. 1943-45, steel blades with leather grips, made by various makers, five with M8 fiberglass scabbards, one with M6 MOOSE CO./1943 marked scabbard, blade lg. 6 3/4, overall lg. 11 3/4 in.

Condition Report: All in good condition with some wear from use. 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. Condition requests can be obtained via email (lot inquiry button) or by telephone to the appropriate gallery location (Boston/617.350.5400 or Marlborough/508.970.3000). Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Skinner Inc. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.

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DIVERSE ORGANISATIONEN

Lot 7218: DIVERSE ORGANISATIONEN

by Hermann Historica

May 14, 2014, 10:00 AM CET

Munich, Germany

Estimated Price: €500 - €600

Description: DIVERSE ORGANISATIONEN, Zwei Fahnenspitzen und -stangen, Aluminium-Fahnenspitze mit massivem Hoheitsadler an der Hülse gestempelt ""RZM/M3/40/37""" Höhe ca. 255 cm. Dazu eine Fahnenspitze aus Aluminium mit Zahnradsymbol und beidseitiger reliefierter Bezeichnung ""DAOV""" Hülse vernickelt Höhe ca. 295 cm. Dazu die beiden mittig teilbaren Fahnenstangen aus schwarz lackiertem Rundholz. Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren. , PLEASE NOTE: As long as catalogue owner, auction participants and bidders do not state otherwise, they agree to the condition that the catalogue and the items displayed in the catalogue that refer to the Third Reich are used exclusively for the purpose of civic education, the purpose of defense against actions that defy the constitutional rights, the purpose of art or science, the purpose of academic research and education, coverage regarding contemporary/historic developments or for purposes similar to the ones stated above (§ 86a , 86 penal code). Hermann Historica oHG, its auctioneers and suppliers will only yield ownership of the corresponding items according to these conditions. Solange Kataloginhaber, Auktionsteilnehmer und Bieter sich nicht gegenteilig äußern, versichern sie, dass sie den Katalog und die darin abgebildeten Gegenstände aus der Zeit des Dritten Reiches nur zu Zwecken der staatsbürgerlichen Aufklärung, der Abwehr verfassungswidriger Bestrebungen, der Kunst oder der Wissenschaft, der Forschung oder der Lehre, der Berichterstattung über Vorgänge des Zeitgeschehens oder der Geschichte oder ähnlichen Zwecken erwerben (§§ 86a, 86 Strafgesetzbuch). Die Hermann Historica oHG, ihre Versteigerer und Einlieferer bieten und geben diese Gegenstände nur unter diesen Voraussetzungen an bzw. ab.

Condition Report: II

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WAFFEN-SS

Lot 8425: WAFFEN-SS

by Hermann Historica

May 14, 2014, 2:00 PM CET

Munich, Germany

Estimated Price: €2,000 - €2,400

Description: WAFFEN-SS, A SS Metal Auto Command Pennant, Square in shape 30 x 30 cm black lacquered metal with white painted runes in a circle and alternating white and black edging exhibiting minor age. Two nickel-plated alloy pole attachment tabs on hoist edge one marked RZM M3/61. Complete with grey canvas cover with four (mild corrosion) snaps. PLEASE NOTE: As long as catalogue owner, auction participants and bidders do not state otherwise, they agree to the condition that the catalogue and the items displayed in the catalogue that refer to the Third Reich are used exclusively for the purpose of civic education, the purpose of defense against actions that defy the constitutional rights, the purpose of art or science, the purpose of academic research and education, coverage regarding contemporary/historic developments or for purposes similar to the ones stated above (§ 86a , 86 penal code). Hermann Historica oHG, its auctioneers and suppliers will only yield ownership of the corresponding items according to these conditions. Solange Kataloginhaber, Auktionsteilnehmer und Bieter sich nicht gegenteilig äußern, versichern sie, dass sie den Katalog und die darin abgebildeten Gegenstände aus der Zeit des Dritten Reiches nur zu Zwecken der staatsbürgerlichen Aufklärung, der Abwehr verfassungswidriger Bestrebungen, der Kunst oder der Wissenschaft, der Forschung oder der Lehre, der Berichterstattung über Vorgänge des Zeitgeschehens oder der Geschichte oder ähnlichen Zwecken erwerben (§§ 86a, 86 Strafgesetzbuch). Die Hermann Historica oHG, ihre Versteigerer und Einlieferer bieten und geben diese Gegenstände nur unter diesen Voraussetzungen an bzw. ab.

Condition Report: I-

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WAFFEN-SS

Lot 8426: WAFFEN-SS

by Hermann Historica

May 14, 2014, 2:00 PM CET

Munich, Germany

Estimated Price: €1,000 - €1,200

Description: WAFFEN-SS, A SS Metal Auto Command Pennant, Triangular in shape 40 x 25 cm black lacquered metal with white painted runes in a circle and alternating white and black edging exhibiting minor age. Two nickel-plated alloy pole attachment tabs on hoist edge one marked RZM M3/61. Complete with grey canvas cover with four (mild corrosion) snaps. PLEASE NOTE: As long as catalogue owner, auction participants and bidders do not state otherwise, they agree to the condition that the catalogue and the items displayed in the catalogue that refer to the Third Reich are used exclusively for the purpose of civic education, the purpose of defense against actions that defy the constitutional rights, the purpose of art or science, the purpose of academic research and education, coverage regarding contemporary/historic developments or for purposes similar to the ones stated above (§ 86a , 86 penal code). Hermann Historica oHG, its auctioneers and suppliers will only yield ownership of the corresponding items according to these conditions. Solange Kataloginhaber, Auktionsteilnehmer und Bieter sich nicht gegenteilig äußern, versichern sie, dass sie den Katalog und die darin abgebildeten Gegenstände aus der Zeit des Dritten Reiches nur zu Zwecken der staatsbürgerlichen Aufklärung, der Abwehr verfassungswidriger Bestrebungen, der Kunst oder der Wissenschaft, der Forschung oder der Lehre, der Berichterstattung über Vorgänge des Zeitgeschehens oder der Geschichte oder ähnlichen Zwecken erwerben (§§ 86a, 86 Strafgesetzbuch). Die Hermann Historica oHG, ihre Versteigerer und Einlieferer bieten und geben diese Gegenstände nur unter diesen Voraussetzungen an bzw. ab.

Condition Report: I-

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