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Auctioneer Pook & Pook, Inc., Auctioneers and Appraisers (610) 2694040
Auction Date Nov 12 Auction
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463 East Lancaster Ave
Downingtown, PA
Time 10:00AM
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Firearms & Sporting

Firearms and Sporting November 12, 2016

Saturday, November 12, 2016 at 10AM

Gallery Exhibition:

Saturday, November 5, 2016 – 9AM to 1PM
Wednesday, November 9, 2016 – 10AM to 4PM
Thursday, November 10, 2016 – 10AM to 4PM
Friday, November 11, 2016 – 10AM to 5PM
Saturday, November 12, 2016 – 8AM to 10AM


1.         US model 1884 trapdoor Springfield rifle, 45-70 caliber, with a 32 5/8" barrel. Serial #346150.  Est. $300-500

 

2.         US model 1884 trapdoor Springfield carbine, 45-70 caliber, with a 22" barrel. Serial #380277.  Est. $400-800

 

3.         Welch, Brown & Co. US model 1861 percussion rifle, .58 caliber, the lock inscribed Norwich 1864, with a 40" round barrel.         Est. $500-800

 

4.         Thompson Center flintlock rifle, .50 caliber, with set triggers, a brass patch box, and a 29" octagonal barrel. Serial #76253. Est. $100-200

 

5.         Full stock percussion long rifle, approximately .36 caliber, with a faux maple stock and a 29" octagonal barrel.  Est. $200-300

 

6.         US model 1865 Springfield single shot Cadet rifle, 50-70 centerfire caliber, with a 29 1/2" round barrel.            Est. $400-600

 

7.         Full stock Pennsylvania flintlock long rifle, approximately .45 caliber, illegibly signed on a brass inlaid rectangle, with a tiger maple stock, a relief and incise carving, a two-piece brass patch box, an eight-point silver star on the cheek rest, and a 41 1/2" octagonal barrel.  Est. $1,500-2,000

 

8.         J.H. Krider militia percussion rifle, .58 caliber, one of only a few hundred made, with a brass patch box and furniture, a walnut stock, and a 33" round barrel.           Est. $1,500-2,000

 

9.         Sharps New Model 1859 breech loading saddle ring carbine conversion, 50-70 caliber, with a walnut stock and a 22" round barrel. Serial #C25164.           Est. $1,000-1,500

 

10.       Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 1797 flintlock musket, .69 caliber, lock inscribed CP, with illegible barrel proofs, an original flint configuration, a long tang on the trigger guard, and a 44" round barrel.      Est. $1,500-2,000

 

11.       US model 1879 trapdoor Springfield rifle, 45-70 caliber, with a SWP cartouche on the stock and a 32 5/8" round barrel. Serial #168020.  Est. $200-400

 

12.       US model 1888 trapdoor Springfield single shot rifle, 45-70 caliber, with a 32 5/8" barrel. Serial #560656.            Est. $300-500

 

13.       US model 1863 Springfield percussion musket, .58 caliber, with a full length walnut stock, the lock stamped 1863, a socket bayonet, and a 29" barrel.     Est. $600-800

 

14.       Pennsylvania Rifle Works full stock percussion rifle, approximately .38 caliber, with a maple stock, brass furniture, a German silver eagle on the cheek rest, the lock stamped Melchior Warranted, and a 40" octagonal barrel.  Est. $300-500

 

15.       H. E. Leman, Lancaster, Pennsylvania full stock percussion rifle, approximately .40 caliber, with a brass patch box, set triggers, a maple stock, and a 44" octagonal barrel.    Est. $300-500

 

16.       Bridesburg US model 1863 contract percussion musket, .58 caliber, the lock stamped 1863, with a strong cartouche to the left wrist and a 39" round barrel.     Est. $500-800

 

17.       Sharps New Model 1863 saddle ring percussion carbine, .52 caliber, with a 22" round barrel. Serial #C27027.        Est. $1,000-1,500

 

18.       Smith breech loading saddle ring carbine, .50 caliber, with a walnut stock, a good cartouche, and a 21 5/8" round barrel.    Est. $1,500-2,000

 

19.       Maynard Second Model breech loading saddle ring carbine, .50 caliber, with a walnut stock and a 20" octagonal to round barrel.       Est. $1,000-1,500

 

20.       Sharps and Hankins model 1862 Navy carbine, .52 rimfire caliber, with a 24" leather-covered round barrel. Serial #6394F. Est. $1,000-1,500

 

21.       Erfurt, Germany military Mauser model 71 single shot bolt action rifle, 11 mm, with a walnut stock and a 33 1/2" round barrel. Serial #5169.  Est. $200-300

 

22.       Amberg, Germany military Mauser model 71/84 tube fed bolt action rifle, 11 mm, with a walnut stock and a 31 1/2" round barrel. Serial #51547.     Est. $300-500

 

23.       Two North African flintlock rifles, to include a Miquelet locked smoothbore rifle, approximately .55 caliber, with a 46" octagonal to round barrel, and a rifle, approximately .45 caliber, with a 49" octagonal barrel.  Est. $200-400

 

24.       North African Miquelet lock musket, approximately .65 caliber, with a brass banded stock and a 47 1/2" round barrel.    Est. $200-400

 

25.       North African or Middle Eastern flintlock blunderbuss with an ornately etched iron barrel, bone inlays to the stock, a 2" bore at the muzzle, and a 14 1/2" barrel.         Est. $200-300

 

26.       US model 1814 Henry Deringer "Common" rifle, .54 caliber, converted to percussion, barrel stamped NJ on left flat near breech, with a stock with a cartouche on the left wrist and a 33 1/2" octagonal to round barrel.  Est. $1,000-1,500

 

27.       Full stock Pennsylvania flintlock long rifle, approximately .38 caliber, with a tiger maple stock, a three-piece brass patch box, and a 40" octagonal barrel.     Est. $800-1,200

 

28.       Nicholas Beyer (Lebanon/Dauphin County, Pennsylvania), full stock percussion long rifle, approximately .52 caliber, inscribed N. Byer on the barrel flat, the lock stamped London Warranted, with a full length relief and incised carved maple stock, an ornate birdhead brass patch box, a silver thumb escutcheon at the upper tang, and a 46" octagonal to round smooth bore barrel.      Est. $1,000-1,500

 

29.       Full stock flintlock fowler, approximately 20 gauge, with a fine curly maple stock, an inscribed brass butt plate, a trigger guard, and a 55" round barrel.            Est. $800-1,200

 

30.       Dummy Belgian Vigneron non-functional sub machine gun, 9mm, with a solid aluminum receiver, a skeleton stock, a pistol grip, a stick magazine, and an 11 1/2" partially finned round barrel.            Est. $200-300

 

31.       Dummy Sten non-functional sub machine gun, 9 mm, with a solid aluminum receiver, a skeleton stock, a magazine, and a 7 1/2" round barrel.  Est. $200-300

 

32.       Non-functioning US model of 1928 A1 Thompson submachine gun, .45 ACP caliber, (non-firing), with an aluminum receiver, a fifty-round "L" drum magazine, a 13" finned barrel, and a Cutts compensator. No serial number.           Est. $400-600

 

33.       Non-functioning Beretta Model 38/40 submachine gun, 9 mm, (non-firing), with some original Beretta parts, a 16" barrel, and a ventilated barrel jacket. No serial number.  Est. $200-400

 

34.       Non-functioning German WWII MG-42 machine gun, with an all painted black  bi-pod, flash suppressor, sling, and a 24" barrel.            Est. $500-800

 

35.       Non-functioning German WWII MG-34 machine gun, with a bi-pod, flash suppressor, sling, and a 24" barrel.  Est. $400-600

 

36.       US model 1817 Henry Deringer flintlock "Common" rifle, .54 caliber, both lock and barrel stamped US, with a 36" round rifled barrel.            Est. $2,000-3,000

 

37.       Merrill Civil War saddle ring percussion carbine, .54 caliber, breech loading, with a 22" round barrel. Serial #10821. Est. $1,000-1,500

 

38.       Parker Trojan side by side double barrel shotgun, 16 gauge, with a custom Parker muttonchop case and 26" barrels. Serial #172642. C&R      Est. $500-800

 

39.       Remington model 1900 side by side double barrel shotgun, 12 gauge, with a checkered pistol grip stock and 30" round barrels. Serial #Q352616. C&R         Est. $200-400

 

40.       Parker field grade Damascus hammer side by side double barrel shotgun, 10 gauge, with a pistol grip walnut stock and 30" barrels. Serial #33059. C&R   Est. $200-300

 

41.       Hopkins and Allen falling block single shot takedown rifle, .22 caliber, with a tang peep sight, a floral engraved receiver, a finely checkered pistol grip walnut stock, a period fitted case, and a 22" octagonal barrel. Serial #3202. C&R      Est. $300-500

 

42.       Two Winchester bolt action rifles, to include a Winchester model 67A single shot, .22 caliber, with a 27" barrel, the other a Winchester model 72A bolt action tube fed rifle, .22 caliber, with a 24" barrel. No serial numbers. C&R           Est. $100-200

 

43.       Two Remington Sportmaster tube fed bolt action rifles, .22 caliber, to include one with a peep receiver and globe front sights, the other with open sights, both with 24" round barrels. Serial #30153, the other has no serial number. C&R           Est. $100-200

 

44.       Winchester model 1906 slide action takedown rifle, .22 caliber, tube fed, with a 22" barrel. Serial #439325. C&R   Est. $300-500

 

45.       Winchester model 57 bolt action rifle, .22 caliber, clip fed, with a walnut stock, sling swivels, and a 22" round barrel. Serial #11285. C&R     Est. $100-200

 

46.       Parker Vulcan side by side double barrel shotgun, 20 gauge, with 26" round barrels. Serial #191626. C&R   Est. $500-800

 

47.       Remington Rangemaster clip fed bolt action target rifle, .22 caliber, with a Leupold 3-9x scope and a 28" round bull barrel. Serial #07712. C&R          Est. $200-300

 

48.       Two bolt action rifles, to include a Winchester model 67 single shot bolt action, .22 caliber, with a 27" round barrel. C&R The other a Marlin model 80E clip fed bolt action, .22 caliber, with a 24" round barrel. No serial numbers. C&R        Est. $100-200

 

49.       A rifle and a shotgun, to include a New England Westinghouse Mosin-Nagant bolt action rifle, 7.62 x 54 caliber, sporterized, with a Weaver K3 scope and a 24 1/2" round barrel. Serial #1355226. C&R The other a Winchester model 12 pump action shotgun, 12 gauge, with a 30" barrel. Serial #811434. C&R     Est. $200-300

 

50.       Two Stevens single shot takedown rifles, to include a Marksman, .22 LR caliber, with a 22" round barrel. Serial #J88. C&R The other a falling block rifle, .22 caliber, with a 21 1/2" octagonal to round barrel. Serial #86. C&R       Est. $200-300

 

51.       Savage Sporter clip fed bolt action rifle, .22 Hornet caliber, with a vintage Weaver scope and a 24" round barrel. Serial #219287. C&R  Est. $100-150

 

52.       Fox Sterlingworth double barrel side by side hammerless shotgun, 12 gauge, with a checkered pistol grip walnut stock and 30" round barrels. Serial #115296. C&R   Est. $600-800

 

53.       Colt Lightning small frame slide action rifle, .22 caliber, tube fed, with a tang peep sight and a 24" octagonal barrel. Serial #56515. C&R           Est. $400-600

 

54.       Cogswell and Harrison side by side double barrel shotgun, 12 gauge, with a nicely foliate engraved receiver, a trigger guard, tangs, a high grade checkered walnut stock, and 30" round barrels with ejectors. Serial #29056. C&R   Est. $800-1,200

 

55.       Mossberg model 43 MB US military bolt action training rifle, .22 caliber, clip fed, with a walnut stock and a 22 1/2" round barrel stamped US Property. Serial #45879. C&R        Est. $100-200

 

56.       Winchester model 97 pump action riot shotgun, 12 gauge, with a walnut stock marked CYL and a 20" round barrel. Serial #658180. C&R   Est. $800-1,200

 

57.       Rare special order Marlin model 1892 lever action rifle, .25 rimfire caliber, with a 24" octagonal barrel. Serial #393184. C&R Est. $800-1,200

 

58.       Winchester model 1892 lever action rifle, 44-40 caliber, made in 1908, with a 24" octagonal barrel. Serial #458009. C&R           Est. $1,000-1,500

 

59.       US military M1D Springfield Garand sniper rifle, 30-06 caliber, with an M-84 scope, a flash hider, a sling and buffer, the barrel dated 9-52, and a 23" barrel. Serial #2476378. C&R Est. $1,200-1,800

 

60.       Two miscellaneous rifles, to include a Remington model 12C pump action takedown rifle, 22 caliber, with a 23 1/2" octagonal barrel. Serial #387530. C&R The other a Mossberg bolt action single shot rifle, .22 caliber, with a 22" barrel. No serial number. C&R     Est. $300-500

 

61.       Sporterized US Springfield model 1898 Krag rifle, 30-40 Krag caliber, with a Weaver 4K side mount scope, a sling, and a round barrel cut to 22". Serial #121978. C&R  Est. $100-200

 

62.       US model 1917 Remington bolt action rifle, 30.06 caliber, with a walnut stock, a blued barrel and receiver, and a 26" round barrel, dated 4-18. Serial #255403. C&R    Est. $300-500

 

63.       Winchester model 54 bolt action rifle, 30-06 caliber, with a checkered walnut stock and a 24" barrel. Serial #13302. C&R Est. $200-400

 

64.       Winchester model 69A bolt action rifle, .22 caliber, clip fed, with a Weaver B6 scope, a walnut stock, and a 25" round barrel. No serial number. C&R      Est. $100-200

 

65.       A rifle and a shotgun, to include a Savage model 1906 pump action rifle, .22 caliber, with a 19 1/2" barrel. Serial #101173A. C&R The other a Baystate single shot shotgun, 16 gauge, with a 28" barrel. Serial #A97213. C&R          Est. $100-200

 

66.       Smith Corona US model 1903-A3 bolt action rifle, 30-06 caliber, with a gray parkerized finish, a walnut stock, an SA cartouche on the left butt stock, and a 24" 7-43 dated Smith Corana barrel. Serial #4738176. C&R   Est. $300-600

 

67.       Winchester model 1894 rifle, .32 WS caliber, manufactured in 1912, with a 26" octagonal barrel. Serial #566981. C&R           Est. $600-800

 

68.       Ithaca Grade 5 side by side double barrel shotgun, 16 gauge, with a foliate engraved receiver with a hunting scene, a deluxe walnut, checkered pistol grip stock, double triggers, and 26" round barrels. Serial #189500. C&R           Est. $1,500-2,000

 

69.       Parker "D" grade side by side double barrel shotgun, 12 gauge, with a receiver engraved with a hunting scene, a checkered walnut stock, and a 28" barrel. Serial #119501. C&R    Est. $1,000-1,500

 

70.       Metric FAL Enterprise Arms Semi-automatic rifle, .308 caliber, with a flash suppressor, a bi-pod, a sling, a black composite stock, a pistol grip, and a 22 1/2" barrel including the suppressor. Serial #EFAL0007761. C&R   Est. $500-800

 

71.       Remington model 141 slide action takedown rifle, .35 Remington caliber, with a 24" barrel. Serial #52576. C&R   Est. $200-300

 

72.       Winchester model 1897 pump action shotgun, 12 gauge, with a 30" round barrel. Serial #900075. C&R            Est. $200-300

 

73.       Hopkins and Allen double barrel side by side hammer shotgun, 12 gauge, with a checkered pistol grip stock, a detachable butt pad, and a 30" barrel. Serial #30218. C&R Est. $50-100

 

74.       Walther Sport Model, bolt action rifle, .22 caliber, with a checkered walnut pistol grip stock and a 24" barrel. Serial #46579. C&R    Est. $200-300

 

75.       Savage Anschutz Match 64 single shot bolt action rifle, .22 long rifle caliber, with a Redfield Olympic model receiver sight, a globe front sight, and a 26" round barrel. Serial #609045. C&R      Est. $300-500

 

76.       Two bolt action rifles, to include a Remington Model 511 Scoremaster clip fed rifle, .22 caliber, with a Tasco 4-9x scope and a 22" barrel. C&R The other a J.C. Higgins model 42 clip fed rifle, .22 caliber, with a 22" barrel. No visible serial numbers. C&R   Est. $100-300

 

77.       Mauser Werke bolt action single shot rifle, .22 caliber, with a checkered walnut pistol grip stock and a 25" round barrel. Serial #92776. C&R     Est. $200-300

 

78.       Mauser Standard Model bolt action rifle, 8 mm, with non-matching serial numbers, a walnut stock, and a 24" round barrel. Serial #56064. C&R           Est. $200-300

 

79.       J.P. Sauer German WWII K-98 military rifle, 8 mm, the chamber stamped 147 over 1939, with a laminated stock and a 24" round barrel. Serial #7350R. C&R          Est. $300-500

 

80.       K-98 Mauser German WWII Rifle, 8 mm, marked bnz 43, Russian capture with ground waffenamts, all visible serial numbers are matching, with a 24" round blued barrel. Serial #8611d. C&R    Est. $200-400

 

81.       C.G. Haenel GEW 98 bolt action German military rifle, 8 mm, with a walnut stock, non-matching serial numbers, and a 29" round barrel. Serial #4550g. C&R          Est. $200-400

 

82.       K-98 Mauser German WWII military rifle, 8 mm, the chamber stamped 243 over 1940, with a laminated stock, all visible serial numbers matching, and a 24" barrel. Serial #9512N. C&R    Est. $400-600

 

83.       Erma, Germany single shot bolt action rifle, .22 caliber, with a hardwood stock, a German B. Nickel Marburg 3x scope, and a 25 1/2" round barrel. Serial #23172. C&R            Est. $100-200

 

84.       German Walther WWII model G-43 semi-automatic rifle, 8 mm, with a blued metal finish, a laminated stock, a reproduction ZF4 scope and mount, and a 23" round barrel. Serial #40660. C&R Est. $1,000-1,500

 

85.       BSW German military bolt action training rifle, .22 caliber, chamber stamped BSW over Suhl, the stock with an SA cartouche, with a 26" round barrel. Serial #131357. C&R          Est. $500-800

 

86.       K-98 German WWII bolt action carbine, 8 mm, the receiver stamped dot over 1944, with a laminated stock and a 24" barrel. Serial #2142V. C&R Est. $300-600

 

87.       Erfurt, Germany Model K-98AZ bolt action military rifle, 8 mm, receiver dated 1915, with a birch hardwood stock, military cartouches, the original sling, all visible serial numbers matching, and a 24" round barrel. Serial #1674M. C&R  Est. $500-800

 

88.       K-98 German WWII Mauser, 8 mm, with a Hensoldt Wetzlar claw base scope, set triggers, a leather sling, and a 24" round barrel. Serial #3707. C&R   Est. $800-1,200

 

89.       Spanish model 1943 Mauser bolt action short rifle, 8 mm, with a 24" round barrel. Serial #U1824. C&R            Est. $200-300

 

90.       British military SMLE No. 4, Mark 1, bolt action rifle, .303 British caliber, lock stamped Long Branch 1942, with a 25" round barrel. Serial #5L1597. C&R           Est. $100-200

 

91.       Turkish Mauser, 8 mm, receiver dated 1943, with a 30" round barrel. Serial #116530. C&R       Est. $100-200

 

92.       Two model 1938 Turkish Mauser rifles, 8 mm, with non-matching serial numbers, the receivers dated 1944 and 1947, with 29" round blued barrels. Serial #23848. C&R Serial #156276. C&R          Est. $200-400

 

93.       Two British short magazine Lee Enfield rifles, to include a No. 1 Mark 3 rifle, 303 British caliber, with a 24 1/2" round barrel. Serial #DA0110. C&R The other a Sporterized No. 4 Mark 1 Rifle, stamped Lithgow and dated 1941, with a 24 1/2" round barrel. Serial #25053. C&R   Est. $300-500

 

94.       Two military rifles, to include a model 1938 Turkish Mauser, 8 mm, with a 29" round barrel. Serial #150967. C&R The other a model 1895 Steyr straight pull carbine, 8 x 56 mm, receiver and barrel serial numbers match, with a 20" round blued barrel. Serial #4158V. C&R Est. $200-400

 

95.       Czechoslovakian K-98 military rifle, 8 mm, the chamber stamped Mod 98 over Dou. 45, with a laminated stock, non-matching serial numbers, and a 24" round blued barrel. Serial #5660. C&R       Est. $200-400

 

96.       Czechoslovakian G-24 rifle, 8 mm, with a good hardwood stock, non-matching serial numbers, and a 24" round blued barrel. Serial #V7979. C&R      Est. $200-300

 

97.       Norwegian military Krag Jorgenson model 1912 bolt action carbine, 6.5 x 55 mm, with a full length stock and a 24" round barrel. Serial #15049. C&R    Est. $300-500

 

98.       Russian RPK semi-automatic rifle, with an AK-47 receiver, 7.62 x 39 mm, with an attached bi-pod, a laminated hardwood stock, a thirty-round magazine, and a 29" round barrel. Serial #VA0786. R  Est. $300-500

 

99.       Russian Mosin-Nagant bolt action rifle, 7.62 x 54 mm, dated 1941, with a 29" barrel. Serial #A32515. C&R   Est. $100-150

 

100.     Two Russian military Mosin-Nagant rifles, to include a model 1938 carbine, 7.62 x 54R caliber, with a laminated stock and a 20" round blued barrel. Serial #1747. C&R The other is a model 91/38 rifle, 7.62 x 54R caliber, with a laminated stock and a 29" round blued barrel. Serial #PT9208. C&R   Est. $300-500

 

101.     Japanese military type 38 bolt action rifle, 6.5 mm, with an intact mum and a 30 1/2" round barrel. Serial #85045. C&R Est. $100-200

 

102.     Japanese Arisaka Type 99 military rifle, 7.7 mm, with an intact mum and a 26" round barrel. Serial #66020. C&R Est. $100-200

 

103.     Japanese military type 38 carbine, 6.5 mm., with an intact mum and a 20" round barrel. Serial #0C102839. C&R   Est. $200-300

 

104.     Japanese WWII Arisaka type 2 Paratrooper bolt action rifle, 7.7 mm, with a 25 1/4" takedown barrel. Serial #6175. C&R     Est. $600-800

 

105.     US model 1917 Eddystone bolt action rifle, 30-06 caliber, with a 26" barrel dated 6-18. Serial #804410. C&R   Est. $200-400

 

106.     Remington model 11-87 Premier Trap semi-automatic shotgun, 12 gauge, with a floral engraved receiver, a deluxe walnut stock, a factory rubber butt pad, and a 30" ventilated rib barrel. Serial #PC644626. R      Est. $300-500

 

107.     Century Arms AK-47 rifle, 7.62 x 39 mm, with a 16" barrel. Serial #1B3679 1992. R      Est. $400-600

 

108.     Beretta Silver Pigeon pump action shotgun, with two barrels, 12 gauge, with a checkered walnut stock and 28" round barrels. Serial #012880. R  Est. $200-400

 

109.     Century International Arms Inc. Tantal Sporter, AK-74 clone, 5.45 x 39 mm, with a flash suppressor and a 19" barrel. Serial #1990CS7590. R  Est. $400-600

 

110.     Two pump action shotguns, to include a Remington 870 Marine Magnum stainless steel, 12 gauge (2 3/4 and 3"), with an 18" barrel. Serial #B545603M. R The other a Winchester model 1897, 12 gauge, with a 20" round barrel. Serial #724304. R          Est. $100-200

 

111.     Beretta CX4 Storm semi-automatic carbine, .45 ACP caliber, with a synthetic stock and a 16 1/2" round barrel. Serial #CKO8873. R   Est. $500-700

 

112.     Keltec sub 2000 semi-automatic carbine, .40 S & W caliber, with a synthetic folding stock and a 14 1/4" round barrel. Serial #EB868. R          Est. $300-500

 

113.     Springfield Armory M1A semi-automatic rifle, .308 caliber, with a parkerized finish, a metal handguard, and a 24" barrel including the flash suppressor. Serial #173172. R   Est. $800-1,000

 

114.     Spikes Tactical model ST-15 (AR-15 clone) semi-automatic rifle, .223 caliber, with a 21" round barrel. Serial #TM00081. R   Est. $300-500

 

115.     Wards Western Field tube fed bolt action rifle, .22 caliber, with a Weaver scope, a walnut stock, and a 26" barrel. Serial #H194. R           Est. $50-100

 

116.     Mossberg rifle and shotgun, to include a model 146 BA tube fed bolt action rifle, .22 caliber, with a 26" round barrel. No visible serial number. R The other a model 190 clip fed bolt action shotgun, 16 gauge, with a 25" round barrel including the polychoke. No serial number. R      Est. $100-200

 

117.     Remington model 1100 slide action shotgun, 12 gauge, with a 21" slug and a 28" ribbed field barrel. Serial #L572270V. R            Est. $200-300

 

118.     Weatherby Mark V bolt action rifle, 300 Weatherby magnum caliber, made in West Germany, with a 2 3/4-10x Weatherby scope, a checkered pistol grip Monte Carlo stock, and a 24" round barrel. Serial #35327. R         Est. $400-600

 

119.     Winchester bolt action rifle, bore measures approximately .28 caliber, with a 2.5 power Lyman Alaskan scope, a walnut stock, and a 19 1/2" round barrel. Serial #39514. R Est. $200-300

 

120.     Remington model 870 Wingmaster pump action shotgun, 12 gauge, with a 28" barrel. Serial #647533V. R            Est. $100-200

 

121.     Remington Fieldmaster model 572 tube fed pump action rifle, .22 caliber, with a 21" round barrel. Serial #A1583738. R            Est. $200-300

 

122.     Winchester model 59 semi-automatic shotgun, 12 gauge, with a 28" barrel. Serial #53244. R      Est. $100-200

 

123.     Savage model 99C lever action rifle, .308 caliber, with a detachable sling and swivels, and a 22" round barrel. Serial #1171735. R      Est. $200-400

 

124.     Ted Williams pump action shotgun, 20 gauge, with a 26 1/2" barrel including the polychoke. No serial number. R       Est. $200-300

 

125.     Carl Gustafs Stads Swedish Mauser bolt action rifle, 6.5 x 55 mm, sporterized, with a checkered walnut Monte Carlo pistol grip stock and a 24" stepped barrel. Serial #983008. R   Est. $200-400

 

126.     Remington model 11-48 semi-automatic shotgun, 12 gauge, with a 30" round barrel. Serial #5149755. R            Est. $200-300

 

127.     Mossberg model 500AT pump action shotgun, 12 gauge, with a ventilated rib, a black synthetic stock, and a 20" round barrel. Serial #HO81471. R        Est. $200-300

 

128.     Anschutz clip fed bolt action rifle, .22 LR caliber, with a checkered pistol grip walnut stock, a 3-9x Tasco scope, non-matching serial numbers, and a 21" round barrel. Serial #253095. R       Est. $200-400

 

129.     GSG-5 German made semi-automatic rifle, .22 long rifle caliber, with a 16" round bull barrel. Serial #A297131. R  Est. $200-300

 

130.     GSG German made model STG44 semi-automatic rifle, .22 caliber, with a matte black finish, a hardwood butt stock, and a 17" round barrel. Serial #A488874. R        Est. $200-400

 

131.     Two European pistols, to include a flintlock, approximately .60 caliber, with a 6" octagonal barrel, and a doglock, approximately .60 caliber, with a 7" octagonal to round barrel.      Est. $200-400

 

132.     Three screw barrel European flintlock pistols, approximately .50 and .41 caliber, two with iron screw barrels, a 5 1/4" octagonal to round 4" barrel, and one approximately .60 caliber, with a brass frame and a 7" round tapered barrel.   Est. $300-500

 

133.     Matchlock pistol, approximately .44 caliber, with an iron etched barrel, brass inlays, and a 5" barrel.        Est. $200-300

 

134.     Matched pair of Ward of Warrington flintlock muff pistols, approximately .48 caliber, with plain walnut stocks and 2" round screw barrels.     Est. $300-500

 

135.     US model 1836 single shot Asa Waters percussion pistol, .54 caliber, converted to percussion, with an articulated ramrod and an 8 1/2" barrel.         Est. $400-600

 

136.     Aston US model 1842 percussion pistol, .54 caliber, made in 1847, with a strong cartouche on the left wrist, walnut grips, an articulated ramrod, and an 8 1/2" round barrel.       Est. $500-700

 

137.     European flintlock screw barrel muff pistol, approximately .40 caliber, with a relief engraved and wire inlaid stock and a 3" round barrel.      Est. $100-200

 

138.     German percussion single shot, spur trigger pistol, 6 mm, grips stamped Kriegeskorte & Co, with a 4" round barrel.    Est. $50-100

 

139.     Single shot percussion knife pistol, approximately .44 caliber, with plain hardwood grips, the 8" knife blade is integral to the trigger guard, blade is inscribed William Swift - Warranted Genuine, and a 3" octagonal barrel.  Est. $200-300

 

140.     Ulwin and Rogers knife pistol, approximately .52 caliber smoothbore, with a 5 3/8" engraved round barrel.            Est. $600-900

 

141.     European screw barrel flintlock pistol, approximately .55 caliber, with a folding bayonet, safety, wire inlay grips, and a 4" round barrel.    Est. $200-400

 

142.     Three reproduction percussion revolvers, to include an 1860 Colt Army, .44 caliber, with a 8" round barrel, a Colt Dragoon, .44 caliber, with a 7 1/2" round barrel, and a five-shot revolver, .32 caliber, with a 3 5/8" octagonal barrel.  Est. $300-500

 

143.     British double barrel percussion pistol, approximately .69 caliber, stamped Perkins, with a walnut stock and 12" barrels.           Est. $300-500

 

144.     British six-barrel, bar hammer percussion pepperbox pistol, .36 caliber, with a foliate engraved backstrap, a trigger guard and hammer, finely checkered walnut grips, and 3" British proofed, fluted barrels.            Est. $500-800

 

145.     Allen & Thurber, Worcester production single action shotgun hammer pepperbox pistol, .30 caliber, with bag grips and 3 1/2" barrels.       Est. $800-1,200

 

146.     Two Middle Eastern flintlock pistols, to include one approximately .60 caliber, brass mounted with a 13" wire inlaid iron barrel, and one approximately .58 caliber, with a Cyrillic marked lock, a wooden stock, and a 10 1/2" round barrel.   Est. $200-400

 

147.     Belgian flintlock silver mounted horse pistol, approximately .69 caliber, with silver wire inlays, engraved metal furniture, and a 10 1/2" octagonal to round barrel.       Est. $200-400

 

148.     Belgian Flobert single shot parlor pistol, .22 caliber, with a relief carved hardwood stock, an engraved barrel and trigger guard, and a 9" octagonal, fluted to octagonal barrel.       Est. $200-300

 

149.     Two double barrel and a single barrel black powder pistols, to include a European flintlock, approximately .40 caliber, with 4 1/4" octagonal barrels, a Belgian percussion, approximately .41 caliber, with a 2 3/4" round screw barrel, and a European single shot flintlock pistol, approximately .80 caliber at the muzzle, with a 3 1/2" brass barrel.      Est. $400-600

 

150.     Rare cone hammer model 1896 Broomhandle Mauser, 7.63 mm, with no markings on either panel, but with a 3/4" x 1/4" flame blue panel on the right side of the receiver and a 5 1/2" round barrel. C&R          Est. $1,500-2,000

 

151.     WWII military items, to include a Japanese Naval dagger, blade - 8 1/4" l., a German WWII aluminum flare pistol with a 1" bore and a 6" barrel, and a Nazi armband.    Est. $200-400

 

152.     Colt Model 1860 Army percussion six-shot revolver, .44 caliber, attributed to the Seventh Massachusetts Infantry, with a four screw frame, all visible serial numbers matching, a wedge, weak cartouches to the right grip, and an 8" barrel. Serial #19906.  Est. $1,200-1,600

 

153.     Colt Model 1860 Army percussion six-shot revolver, .44 caliber, with a three screw frame, non-matching serial numbers, and an 8" barrel. Serial #111179.       Est. $600-800

 

154.     Colt Model 1860 Army percussion six-shot revolver, .44 caliber, with a three screw frame, all visible serial numbers matching, faint cartouches to walnut grips, and an 8" barrel. Serial #105141.        Est. $800-1,200

 

155.     Colt Model 1860 Army percussion six-shot revolver, .44 caliber, with a three screw frame, all visible serial numbers matching, walnut grips, and a 8" barrel. Serial #125542.     Est. $800-1,200

 

156.     Underhammer saw grip percussion single shot pistol, approximately .45 caliber, with a 4 1/2" octagonal barrel.  Est. $100-200

 

157.     Stevens A & T tip up single shot spur trigger pistol, .22 caliber, with a 6" octagonal to round barrel. Serial #48131. C&R Est. $50-100

 

158.     Jacob Rupertus side swing spur trigger single shot pistol, .32 caliber, with a 4" round barrel.     Est. $300-500

 

159.     Savage Revolving Firearms Co. Navy model six-shot percussion revolver, .36 caliber, with a 7 1/8" octagonal barrel.          Est. $1,000-1,500

 

160.     Colt Thuer single shot Derringer, .41 rimfire caliber, with birdhead grips and a 2 1/2" side swing barrel.            Est. $200-400

 

161.     Remington Double Derringer, .41 rimfire caliber, with 3" round barrels.   Est. $100-200

 

162.     Sharps model 2A four-barrel pepperbox pistol, .30 caliber, with 3" barrels. Serial #787. Est. $300-500

 

163.     Remington Double Derringer, .41 rimfire caliber, with plastic grips and 3" round barrels.            Est. $200-300

 

164.     Manhattan Navy five-shot percussion revolver, .36 caliber, with a 5" octagonal barrel. Serial #24945.   Est. $600-800

 

165.     Starr single action Army six-shot percussion revolver, .44 caliber, attributed to the Michigan 7th Volunteer Calvary, with an 8" round barrel. Serial #30529.   Est. $600-800

 

166.     Marston pocket model percussion revolver, .31 caliber, with a 4" barrel.  Est. $100-200

 

167.     Freeman percussion Army six-shot revolver, .44 caliber, with a period leather holster and a 7 1/2" round barrel. Serial #994.      Est. $1,500-2,000

 

168.     Bacon Mfg. Co. five-shot percussion revolver, .31 caliber, stamped Western Arms, New York, with a 4" round barrel. Serial #11958.    Est. $300-500

 

169.     Starr double action percussion six-shot revolver, .44 caliber, with a 6" round barrel. Serial #3627.         Est. $400-600

 

170.     Contemporary flintlock pistol, approximately .45 caliber, with a curly maple stock, silver inlays, relief carving, the barrel flat inscribed D. Myers Ohio, and a 9" octagonal barrel, together with two powder horns, one of unusual form.   Est. $300-500

 

171.     Colt New Army Navy six-shot revolver, .38 Colt caliber, with a 4 1/2" barrel. Serial #114313. C&R      Est. $200-400

 

172.     Smith & Wesson Safety hammerless five-shot breaktop revolver, .32 short caliber, with a box, black plastic grips, and a 3" barrel. Serial #40615. C&R     Est. $200-400

 

173.     Smith & Wesson Number 1 1/2 revolver, .32 caliber, nickel-plated with birdhead grips and a 3 1/2" round barrel. Serial #36516.  Est. $200-300

 

174.     Smith & Wesson double action breaktop five- shot revolver, .32 caliber, with plastic grips and a 3" round barrel. Serial #123003. C&R  Est. $100-200

 

175.     Colt single action Army six-shot revolver, .41 caliber, first generation black powder made in 1891, with a 4 7/8" round barrel. Serial #136499.      Est. $600-800

 

176.     Mauser Broomhandle model 1896 commercial semi-automatic pistol, .30 caliber, with a 4" round barrel. Serial #696289. C&R Est. $300-500

 

177.     Franz Stock Berlin semi-automatic pistol, 7.65 mm, with black plastic Stock logo grips and a 3 1/2" barrel. Serial #33078. C&R   Est. $200-300

 

178.     Mauser model 1934 semi-automatic pistol, 7.65 mm, with WWII German Naval Kriegsmarine proofs and a 3 1/4" barrel. Serial #608413. C&R   Est. $200-400

 

179.     Beretta model 1934 semi-automatic pistol, .380 caliber, nickel-plated, with a 3 1/2" barrel. Serial #E24230. C&R   Est. $200-300

 

180.     Heckler & Koch model P-9 semi-automatic pistol, 9 mm, with a 4" barrel. Serial #090898. R     Est. $200-400

 

181.     Llama semi-automatic pistol, .32 ACP caliber, with two magazines and a 2 3/4" round barrel. Serial #79526. R         Est. $200-300

 

182.     Mauser model 1910 semi-automatic pistol, .32 caliber, with a 3 1/2" barrel. Serial #41217. C&R            Est. $100-200

 

183.     Argentine DCFM Model 1911-A1 semi-automatic pistol, .45 ACP caliber, with brown plastic grips and a 4" round barrel. Serial #95011. C&R Est. $400-600

 

184.     Smith & Wesson model 59 semi-automatic pistol, 9 mm, in the original box, nickel-plated, with black plastic grips and a 4" round barrel. Serial #A692892. R        Est. $300-500

 

185.     Colt Delta Elite Government model stainless steel semi-automatic pistol, 10 mm, with hard rubber Delta monogrammed grips and a 5" barrel. Serial #DS16673. R     Est. $800-1,000

 

186.     Colt Delta Elite Government model nickel-plated semi-automatic pistol, 10 mm, with scroll engraving, hard rubber Delta monogrammed grips, and a 5" barrel. Serial #DS02496. R           Est. $800-1,200

 

187.     Colt Combat Commander semi-automatic pistol, 9 mm, with a 4" round barrel. Serial #70BS53021. R Est. $400-600

 

188.     Colt Army Special six-shot revolver, .38 special caliber, made in 1924, with a 6" barrel. Serial #494947. C&R   Est. $400-600

 

189.     Smith & Wesson model 10-6 six-shot revolver, .38 special caliber, with the original box and a 2" barrel. Serial #3D13075. R    Est. $300-500

 

190.     Colt Diamondback six-shot revolver, .22 rimfire caliber, with a 4" barrel. Serial #S84155. R       Est. $800-1,200

 

191.     Smith & Wesson model 10-5 six-shot nickel-plated revolver, .38 special caliber, with a 5" barrel. Serial #C787056. R  Est. $400-600

 

192.     Smith & Wesson Airweight six-shot revolver, .38 special caliber, with a 2" barrel. Serial #C598573. R   Est. $300-500

 

193.     Colt Cobra six-shot revolver, .38 special caliber, with a 2" barrel. Serial #B72930. R        Est. $300-600

 

194.     Smith & Wesson kit gun six-shot revolver, .22 caliber, with walnut grips and a 4" round barrel. Serial #532951. R     Est. $200-300

 

195.     Smith & Wesson model 37 Airweight five-shot revolver, .38 caliber, nickel-plated, with mother of pearl monogrammed grips and a 1 3/4" barrel. Serial #J874258. R Est. $300-400

 

196.     Erfurt P-08 German Luger semi-automatic pistol, 9 mm, with a 1918 chamber date, matching serial numbers, and a 4" round barrel. Serial #3907a. C&R            Est. $500-800

 

197.     DWM P-08 Luger semi-automatic pistol, .30 caliber, 1920 commercial model, all visible numbers are matching, with a 4" round barrel. Serial #80571. C&R         Est. $400-600

 

198.     Erfurt P-08 German Luger semi-automatic pistol, 9 mm, with a 1917 chamber date, checkered walnut grips, all visible serial numbers matching except the magazine, and a 4" barrel. Serial #8422. C&R            Est. $500-800

 

199.     Erfurt P-08 German Luger semi-automatic pistol, 9 mm, with a 1918 chamber date and a 4" round barrel. Serial #1941. C&R     Est. $400-600

 

200.     S-42 P-08 German Luger semi-automatic pistol, 9 mm, with no chamber date and 4" round barrel. Serial #82295. C&R Est. $300-500

 

201.     DWM Luger semi-automatic pistol, .30 caliber, with a 1916 dated holster, 1920 commercial checkered walnut grips, all visible serial numbers matching, a wood based, un-numbered magazine, and a 4" round barrel. Serial #1703m. C&R   Est. $600-800

 

202.     Copy of a Colt Dragoon six-shot percussion revolver, .44 caliber, with a foliate engraved barrel, frame, loading lever and hammer, hardwood grips, all serial numbers match, and a 7 1/2" barrel. Serial #944.       Est. $300-400

 

203.     US Revolver Company break top revolver, .32 caliber, with hard rubber Walther monogrammed grips and a 3" round barrel. Serial #69248. C&R          Est. $50-100

 

204.     Hopkins and Allen Ranger No. 2, five-shot nickel-plated revolver, .32 caliber, with a spur trigger, an engraved barrel, cylinder & frame, and a 3" octagonal barrel.           Est. $100-200

 

205.     Acier Fondu Belgian made five-shot revolver, 9 mm, with checkered walnut grips and a 3 1/2" octagonal barrel. C&R    Est. $200-400

 

206.     Iver Johnson, nickel-plated five-shot revolver, .32 caliber, with Bakelite grips and a 3" barrel. C&R     Est. $100-200

 

207.     Davis Warner Infallible semi-automatic pistol, .32 caliber, with a 3" round barrel, remains of the original box, and a letter from the Davis family in regards to inheriting the gun. Serial #7539. C&R          Est. $100-200

 

208.     Excellent Union Switch and Signal US Army model 1911 A1 semi-automatic pistol, .45 ACP caliber, with gray parkerized metal, brown plastic grips, and a 4" round barrel. Serial #831994. C&R        Est. $1,500-2,000

 

209.     Spanish Eibar Ruby semi-automatic pistol, .32 caliber, with hardwood grips and a 3 1/2" barrel. Serial #78507. C&R Est. $100-200

 

210.     J. P. Sauer model 1913 commercial semi-automatic pistol, 7.65 mm, with a 3" barrel. Serial #209311. C&R   Est. $100-200

 

211.     Beretta model 21A semi-automatic pistol, .25 caliber, stainless steel, with a 2 1/2" barrel. Serial #DAA040691. R        Est. $100-200

 

212.     J.P. Sauer semi-automatic pistol, 6.35 mm, with plastic grips and a 2 1/2" barrel. Serial #43201. C&R   Est. $100-200

 

213.     Haenel Schmeisser's patent semi-automatic pistol, 6.35 mm, with plastic grips and a 2" barrel. Serial #53443. C&R Est. $100-200

 

214.     Walther model 5 semi-automatic pistol, 6.35 mm, with hard rubber grips and a 2 1/4" barrel. Serial #3307. C&R   Est. $100-200

 

215.     Mann semi-automatic pistol, 6.35 mm, with a 1 3/4" barrel. Serial #16753-21. C&R        Est. $100-200

 

216.     Lend lease Smith & Wesson six-shot revolver, .38 S & W caliber, with both British and German proofs, believed to be a British lend lease handgun, captured by the Germans, hence the German police markings, with a 6" blued barrel. Serial #729820. C&R            Est. $200-300

 

217.     Smith & Wesson model 57 six-shot revolver, converted from .41 magnum to .357 magnum, with walnut grips, a blued finish, and a 6" round barrel. Serial #S238929. R        Est. $200-300

 

218.     Smith & Wesson Victory Model 10 US military revolver, .38 caliber, with a 4 3/4" barrel. Serial #V146130. C&R        Est. $200-300

 

219.     H & R Sidekick model 929 nine-shot revolver, .22 caliber, with tan plastic grips and a 6" round barrel. Serial #S60777. R       Est. $50-100

 

220.     NEF R92 Ultra nine-shot revolver, .22 caliber, with a leather shoulder holster and a 6" round ribbed bull barrel. Serial #NCO15170. R Est. $100-200

 

221.     Colt Official Police six-shot revolver, .38 special caliber, with extended walnut target grips and a 6" barrel. Serial #615501. R       Est. $200-400

 

222.     Two miscellaneous revolvers, to include a West German six-shot revolver, .22 caliber, with a 4 1/2" round barrel. Serial #247385. R The other an H & R .22 Special nine-shot revolver, .22 caliber, with a 6" barrel. Serial #502215. R       Est. $200-300

 

223.     Unusual Belgian twelve-shot rimfire pepperbox, 9 mm, with a foliate engraved cylinder, faux damascing to barrel, checkered walnut grips, a lanyard ring, and a 6" round barrel.       Est. $200-300

 

224.     Belgian six-shot pinfire pepperbox, approximately 8.5 mm, with bone grips, foliate engraving, and 2 1/8" fluted barrels.  Est. $400-600

 

225.     Rossi double barrel hammer pistol, .22 caliber, having a double trigger, bone grips, and 3" barrels. Serial #C77961. R    Est. $100-200

 

226.     British double barrel Utting flintlock pistol, approximately .45 caliber, with 3" screw barrels.     Est. $300-500

 

227.     Belgian four-barrel flintlock pistol, approximately .41 caliber, inscribed Bolton and London, with a Liege proof mark, a walnut grip, and 3 1/8" screw barrels.  Est. $200-400

 

228.     Smith & Wesson model 29-2 six-shot nickel-plated revolver, .44 magnum caliber, with a presentation box and a 6" barrel. Serial #N4 80915. R  Est. $600-1,000

 

229.     Colt Mark IV Series 70 Government model semi-automatic pistol, .45 ACP caliber, with checkered walnut grips and a 5" barrel. Serial #35354G70. R    Est. $500-800

 

230.     Colt All American model 2000 semi-automatic pistol, 9 mm, with the original hard plastic case and 4 1/2" round barrel. Serial #PF08314. R       Est. $300-500

 

231.     Colt third generation single action six-shot revolver, .45 caliber, with a 5 1/2" round barrel. Serial #SA43295. R  Est. $800-1,200

 

232.     Colt third generation single action Army six-shot revolver, 44-40 caliber, with a Colt Mfg. box and a 6" round barrel. Serial #S10924A. R      Est. $800-1,200

 

233.     Smith & Wesson model 14-4 K-38 Masterpiece six-shot revolver, .38 special caliber, with the original box and a 6" barrel. Serial #76K8279. R   Est. $400-600

 

234.     Smith & Wesson model 10-7 six-shot revolver, .38 special caliber, with the original box and a rare 5" barrel. Serial #5D35480. R    Est. $400-600

 

235.     Sig-Sauer M11-A1 semi-automatic double action pistol, 9 mm, with a matte black/gray finish and a 3 1/2" barrel, together with its original box, two extra magazines, a magazine case, and a conceal carry holster. Serial #AKU143484. R        Est. $300-500

 

236.     Colt Trooper MK III six-shot revolver, .22 rimfire caliber, with the original box and a 6" barrel. Serial #Y10065. R    Est. $500-800

 

237.     Colt New Frontier single action Army revolver, 44-40 caliber, with a Colt box and a 7 1/2" round barrel. Serial #12441NF. R    Est. $800-1,200

 

238.     Colt Python six-shot nickel-plated revolver, .357 magnum caliber, with the original box and an 8" barrel. Serial #K22830. R      Est. $1,500-2,000

 

239.     Four German pre WWII rifle scopes, to include a Hensoldt with bases, a Carl Zeiss Jenna, an unmarked hunting scope, and an Adak 4x scope.           Est. $300-500

 

240.     Three miscellaneous revolvers, to include a Rohm Model RG-10, six-shot revolver, .22 short caliber, with a 2 1/2" round barrel. Serial #839405. C&R The second an H & R Young American five-shot hammerless revolver, .32 S & W caliber, with a 2" octagonal barrel. No visible serial number. C&R The third a Spanish made five-shot revolver, .32 S & W caliber, with a 2 3/4" round barrel. No serial number. C&R    Est. $100-200

 

241.     Three antique pistols, to include a Smith & Wesson No. 1, .22 caliber, with a 3" octagonal barrel, a Hopkins & Allen Ranger spur trigger revolver, .30 caliber, with a 2 5/8" round barrel, and a Belgian double barrel percussion pistol, .38 caliber, with 2 5/8" round barrels.        Est. $100-200

 

242.     Two percussion pistols, to include a bar hammer Bacon, .30 caliber, with a 2" barrel, and a European brass barrel, approximately .40 caliber, with a 3" round barrel.       Est. $200-300

 

243.     Two black powder pistols, to include a Belgian percussion pistol, .41 caliber, with a 4 1/2" barrel, and an Italian percussion six-shot revolver, .44 caliber, with a 4 3/4" barrel. Serial # 58121.            Est. $200-300

 

244.     WITHDRAWN German percussion single shot percussion spur trigger pistol, .25 caliber, left grip stamped Trico Stugartt, with a 4" round barrel. Est. 100-200            Est. $0-0

 

245.     Five socket bayonets, to include three US Trapdoor, a US model 1855, and one unidentified, together with one trapdoor socket scabbard, longest - 21".  Est. $100-200

 

246.     Six bayonets and scabbards, to include two German K-98, a FAL bayonet, a German Gewehr 98, a Japanese Arisaka, and an AK-47 bayonet.     Est. $200-300

 

247.     Nine telescopic rifle scopes, to include four .22 caliber rifles, an AR-15 scope, and four miscellaneous rifle scopes, mounts, and lens caps.            Est. $200-300

 

248.     Miscellaneous military rifle slings, to include two MP-40 original slings, two powder horns, a hunting bag with a bullet mold, knife, and primer flask, together with a pipe tomahawk and two miscellaneous knives.            Est. $100-200

 

249.     Military rifle magazines, to include four phenolic and four steel AK-47 30-round magazines, four FAL 20-round steel magazines, five 20-round M-14 magazines, a web belt, a shoulder harness, and a US 1911 holster dated 1944.     Est. $100-200

 

250.     Miscellaneous holsters and web belts, to include two 1911 holsters, one dated 42, made by Boyt, and five others. Est. $100-200

 

251.     American carved powder horn, ca. 1800, with folk decoration of animals, hearts, and people, inscribed NY Tory - Anon., 9 1/2" l. Est. $500-800

 

252.     Four embossed powder flasks, 19th c., together with a leather powder flask, a leather shot pouch, an iron bullet mold, and an iron tool, inscribed Bridgeport GICO, tallest - 8".          Est. $150-200

 

253.     Nine powder horns, 19th/early 20th c., largest - 10 1/2".    Est. $200-400

 

254.     Seven powder horns, 19th/early 20th c., one with remains of ink decoration, largest - 13".          Est. $300-400

 

255.     Miscellaneous militaria, to include eight bayonets and scabbards, a NGP 45-70 cartridge box, a pair of Smith & Wesson handcuffs, and a US military helmet.         Est. $200-400

 

256.     Pair of Colt PFA Mfg. Co. derringers, .22 short caliber, in a presentation box, with 2 3/8" barrels. No serial numbers.          Est. $200-400

 

257.     Colt Super 38 slide, to include springs, a barrel, a barrel bushing, and a magazine. Est. $200-300

 

258.     Three holsters and belts, to include a black leather US Army General Officer's belt for a 1903 Colt, two shoulder holsters, and a leather sling. Est. $100-150

 

259.     Miscellaneous sporting items, to include four full vintage shotshell boxes, to include Peters and Monark, a US Army 1904 cartridge box, a commercial prairie cartridge belt, a leather rifle scabbard, and a Colt belt buckle. Est. $200-300

 

260.     German stag handle hunting dagger, ca. 1900, with applied acorns on the handle, hoof and shell form quillon, and a sheath, blade - 16" l.     Est. $200-400

 

261.     James Dixon & Sons embossed copper powder flask, mid 19th c., with a scene of a hunter and his two dogs, 9" h.       Est. $150-200

 

262.     Whitby folding bill hook, ca. 1900, blade - 6 3/4" l.            Est. $100-150

 

263.     Japanese officer's katana with a khaki colored scabbard, a brass tsuba, and a wrapped handle, blade - 26" l.            Est. $200-300

 

264.     US model 1860 Ames cavalry saber, dated 1863, with a wire wrapped handle, blade - 43 3/4" l. Est. $200-300

 

265.     Japanese Army Kyu-gunto sword and scabbard with a wire wrapped ray skin grip and a 33" machine made blade.     Est. $200-300

 

266.     Nine sheath knives, to include two USN Mark I, a Western, a J. Russel, a K-BAR, a US Conetta, a US Marine Corps commemorative Bowie, and a US M-3 made by Utica, longest blade - 10".  Est. $200-300

 

267.     Brass handled trench knife, inscribed U.S. 1918 over L.F&C-1918, with a steel blade - 6 1/2" l. Est. $200-400

 

268.     Two excavated bronze daggers, 15 1/4" l. and 16" l.           Est. $300-500

 

269.     Three pair of snowshoes, two labeled L. L. Bean, longest - 58" l.   Est. $100-200

 

270.     Four European mounted stag antlers, ca. 1900, one with a carved acorn plaque, tallest - 10", together with a ram skull with horns.            Est. $200-300

 

271.     Twelve mounted African Bushbuck horns, together with gemsbuck horns and others, 38 1/2" l.            Est. $200-300

 

272.     Perkiomen area Native American Indian stones and points, mounted in shadowbox frames, frame - 24 1/2" x 30 1/2". Est. $200-400

 

273.     Southwestern Native American Indian concha belt, overall - 34 1/2" l.    Est. $200-300

 

274.     Southwestern Native American Indian necklace with liberty head silver quarters.           Est. $100-200

 

275.     Southwestern Native American Indian squash blossom necklace.           Est. $200-300

 

276.     Three Northwest Coast carved and painted totem poles, early/mid 20th c., tallest - 14".           Est. $300-400

 

277.     Native American Indian stones and points, to include arrowheads, axe heads, banner stone fragment, etc., largest - 8 1/2" l., together with a Northeast Coast beaded bag.        Est. $150-250

 

278.     Eleven Native American Indian baskets, early/mid 20th c., largest - 4 1/2" h., together with a Mexican redware canteen.         Est. $200-300

 

279.     Black on black Southwestern Native American Indian pottery, to include a small vase, signed Blue Corn San Ildefonso Pueblo, 2 3/4" h., a small tray, signed Maria Popovi 766, 6 3/4" dia., an unmarked small bowl, 3" h., a small decorated vase, signed Carol Namoki, 4 1/4" h., and a Hopi decorated vase, 5 1/2" h.           Est. $200-300

 

280.     Bronze clad Native American Indian on horseback, early 20th c., stamped C. E. D. on base, 7 3/4" h., together with a pair of "end of trail" cast iron bookends, 6" h.          Est. $100-200

 

281.     Civil War broadside printed Frederick City MD 1861 orders regarding soldiers in the city, 14" x 9 1/2".            Est. $200-400

 

282.     Three Civil War .58 caliber leather cartridge boxes, two boxes having US oval plates.   Est. $300-600

 

283.     Civil War field officer's sword with a white paint inscription Wilson's Creek on the blade, blade - 30 1/4" l. Wilson's Creek was fought near Springfield, Missouri.          Est. $150-250

 

284.     Crosby Civil War rosewood fife, stamped on barrel 7th CT. INF, 17 1/4" l.          Est. $300-500

 

285.     Nineteen unused Civil War envelopes with various lithographed scenes and slogans, together with one Civil War letter, a corresponding envelope, and an unused Delaware sheet of stationary.   Est. $200-250

 

286.     Civil War tin types and CDV's, to include a full length portrait of soldier in full uniform, 4 1/4" x 3 1/8", an image of a seated soldier in uniform, 3 1/4" x 2 3/4", an image of three young men, one wearing a kepi, 3 1/4" x 2 1/4", two CDV's of General Grant and one of Abraham Lincoln, together with a US belt plate.           Est. $200-400

 

287.     A. Kuhlman Civil War surgeon's field kit in a fitted brass bound mahogany case, to include a partial set of tools, box - 3 1/2" h., 16" w.   Est. $200-400

 

288.     Post Civil War portrait of a soldier, late 19th c., wearing a kepi with WR insignia, 24" x 20".     Est. $100-150

 

289.     Framed military items, to include a receipt from a ledger to John Sedgewick, dated 1844, with an etching image, an etching depicting the Battle of Antietam, 5 1/2" x 7", and a post Civil War signed check, dated 1879, with an image of a two star general.     Est. $100-200

 

290.     Civil War era snare drum with leather rope tighteners, a maple body, and heavily patinated bands, unmarked, 11 3/4" h., 16 3/4" dia.      Est. $300-500

 

291.     USN Civil War leather cartridge box, with USN impression on flap, 5 1/2" h., 7 3/4" w.      Est. $200-300

 

292.     Civil War discharge paper for George E. Heartter, of the 184th regiment of the Pennsylvania Infantry, together with a GAR medal and a CDV photo of a soldier in uniform holding a rifle, image - 5 1/2" x 4". Est. $100-200

 

293.     Civil War letters and ephemera from Robert Montgomery Smith Jackson, who was a surgeon from Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, to include eight documents and letters, together with another letter written by John Bookman of Mountville, Pennsylvania, from Fort Drayton, Otter Island, South Carolina.            Est. $150-250

 

294.     US marked leather saddle bags with three straps and buckles on each bag, each measures - 13" h., 14" w.            Est. $100-200

 

295.     Miscellaneous military items, to include a US marked pick axe, wire cutters, a signal corp sheath, a BSA hand axe with a sheath, and a pair of spurs stamped Kelly 215.        Est. $100-200

 

296.     French brass fire helmet, ca. 1900, with a placard inscribed Sapeurs Pompiers Dela Madeleine no., 7 1/2" h.         Est. $100-150

 

297.     Brass barrel cannon and carriage with a 1" bore, the carriage painted wood and iron, and a 15" barrel. Est. $300-500

 

298.     Cast iron cannon with a 1 1/4" bore, mounted to a painted wood carriage, with wood spoke wheels, a cast iron tread, and a 24" round barrel.      Est. $500-800

 

299.     Wrought iron fireplace screen, andirons, and fire tools, early 20th c., the screen with applied ducks in flight, the two tool stands with duck head terminals, screen - 33 3/4" h., 34 1/2" w.            Est. $300-500

 

300.     Allen J. King (1878-1963), carved and painted miniature pair of woodcocks, North Scituate, Rhode Island, signed on a mounded wood base, platform - 3 3/4" w.          Est. $1,000-1,500

 

301.     Allen J. King (1878-1963), carved and painted miniature pair of ruffed grouse, North Scituate, Rhode Island, signed on a mounded wood base, platform - 4" w.    Est. $1,500-2,500

 

302.     Allen J. King (1878-1963), carved and painted miniature pair of quail, North Scituate, Rhode Island, signed on a mounded wood base, platform - 3 7/8" w.         Est. $1,500-2,000

 

303.     Nick Mace (British, b. 1949), oil on board, titled Trout Fishing, signed lower right, 8" x 12".       Est. $100-200

 

304.     Nick Mace (British, b. 1949), oil on board sporting scene, titled September Partridge, signed lower right, 8" x 12".   Est. $100-200

 

305.     Harry Spencer (British, late 19th c.), three watercolor works of fly fishing flies and accessories, all monogrammed, 11" dia. and two - 3" x 12".  Est. $200-400

 

306.     John Trickett (English, b. 1953), oil on canvas portrait of a Jack Russell terrier, signed lower right, 20" x 24".      Est. $1,000-1,500

 

307.     Oil on artist board of sporting dogs in the field, signed B. Baugh 1899, 18 3/4" x 24 1/2".          Est. $200-400

 

308.     Oil on canvas sporting scene, 19th c., with sporting hounds pointing at a bevy of quail and hunters in the background, initialed C. R. and dated '89, 22" x 36".            Est. $400-600

 

309.     Joseph Day Knap (American 1875-1962), watercolor on paper, titled Winter Twilight (Sprigs), of ducks in flight, signed lower left, 14" x 19 1/4".          Est. $200-400

 

310.     Joseph Day Knap (American 1875-1962), watercolor on paper of ducks in flight, signed lower right, 14" x 19 1/4".            Est. $200-400

 

311.     Joseph Day Knap (American 1875-1962), watercolor on paper of ducks in flight, signed lower right and dated 1924, 19 1/2" x 23 1/2".            Est. $200-400

 

312.     Joseph Day Knap (American 1875-1962), watercolor on paper of ducks in flight, signed lower left, 14 1/4" x 19 1/4".         Est. $300-400

 

313.     Oil on canvas landscape, 19th c., with a stag and doe, in a Ben Badura (New Hope, PA) frame, 6 1/4" x 9".            Est. $200-400

 

314.     George Mayers (American 20th c.), watercolor on paper, titled Early Marine - 1775, signed lower left, 19" x 13 1/2".         Est. $400-800

 

315.     After Frederic Remington, bronze "Bronc Buster" sculpture with an oval marble base, 24 1/2" h.       Est. $250-350

 

316.     Frank W. Benson, etching of geese, titled Study of Geese, signed lower left, 4 1/4" x 6 1/4".        Est. $200-300

 

317.     Frank W. Benson, etching of pintail ducks, titled Pair of Pintails, signed lower left, 7 1/4" x 9".  Est. $200-400

 

318.     Conrad Roland, two lithographs of ducks, 17 1/2" x 21 1/4".       Est. $50-100


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