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Auctioneer Pot of Gold Estate Liquidations DBA AZFirearms.com 623-935-9907
Auction Date Dec 05 Auction
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215 E Western Ave
Avondale, AZ
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  • Lot# 1 - Firearm Non-Firing Maxim Machin

    Lot# 1 - Firearm Non-Firing Maxim Machin

  • Lot# 2 - Egypt WWI Medal HMS Dryad Named

    Lot# 2 - Egypt WWI Medal HMS Dryad Named

  • Lot# 3 - Gun WWII Inland M1 in 30 Carb S

    Lot# 3 - Gun WWII Inland M1 in 30 Carb S

  • Lot# 4 - Dagger East German in Original

    Lot# 4 - Dagger East German in Original

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This only happens once a year! December 5th Special MONDAY Gun & Military Collectible Auction Fantastic Auction with over 400 lots of quality items. You won't want to miss this no-minimum-bid, Live & Internet Auction which features Firearms, Ammo, Militaria, Gun Acessories, Medals, Bayonetts, Rare, Unique, Vintage, New, and MORE! Most items are offered without Reserves! Preview begins at 10:00am, live auction starts at 6:00pm. *Online bidding closes at 5:00pm 13% buyers fee will be added to each invoice. 3% discount offered on buyers fees if invoice is paid with cash or debit card. You may begin previewing and bidding online! Absentee on-line bidding is now open! These bids will become a part of the action at the live auction as Absentee Bids. WWW.POTOFGOLDESTATE.COM 623-935-9907

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1 - Firearm Non-Firing Maxim Machinegun This is an excellent replica of a Maxim Machinegun for NON-FIRING DISPLAY ONLY. The display piece has false side plates and many original parts which add to the authentic feel! From the internet, “In 1881 the American inventor, Hiram Maxim, visited the Paris Electrical Exhibition. While he was at the exhibition he met a man who told him: "If you wanted to make a lot of money, invent something that will enable these Europeans to cut each other's throats with greater facility." Maxim moved to London and over the next few years worked on producing an effective machine-gun. In 1885 he demonstrated the world's first automatic portable machine-gun to the British Army. Maxim used the energy of each bullet's recoil force to eject the spent cartridge and insert the next bullet. The Maxim Machine-Gun would therefore fire until the entire belt of bullets was used up. Trials showed that the machine-gun could fire 500 rounds per minute and therefore had the firepower of about 100 rifles. The Maxim Machine-Gun was adopted by the British Army in 1889. The following year the Austrian, German, Italian, Swiss and Russian armies also purchased Maxim's gun. The gun was first used by Britain`s colonial forces in the Matabele war in 1893-94. In one engagement, fifty soldiers fought off 5,000 Matabele warriors with just four Maxim guns. The success of the Maxim Machine-Gun inspired other inventors. The German Army's Maschinengewehr and the Russian Pulemyot Maxima were both based on Maxim's invention. In 1912 the British Army transferred its loyalties to the Vickers Gun and lighter Lewis Gun. However, in the First World War, several of the minor European armies continued to use the Maxim Gun.” NON-FIRING REPLICA - DISPLAY ONLY – NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Accessories, Machine Gun, WWI, Korean War, Vietnam War, WWII, WW II, WW2, WW 2, ZC1955 1 SWW

2 - Egypt WWI Medal HMS Dryad Named Medal A beautiful Silver Medal marked Egypt with a large sphinx. Appears to be made from Silver and features the original ribbon. Side of medal is marked C.H. Croydon, Boy 1st. Cl., H.M.S. Dryad. Ribbon has attached 2 silver bars marked: TAM NEIL & El-TEB. Reverse is Queen Victoria. A stunning medal that would make anyone who collects WWI memorabilia proud to own. Measures 3.5", Condition shows handling and other use marks and displays well. ZC1955

3 - Gun WWII Inland M1 in 30 Carb Semi Auto Carbine Surplus WWII era Inland Mfg Div General Motors Model M1 in 30 carb Semi Auto Carbine. This particular carbine was manufactured November 1942 and markings include at the top barrel near the front sight "Inland Mfg Div – General Motors – 11-42"; the top of receiver marked, “U.S. CARBINE – CAL. 30 M1”; the barrel band is marked "SA"; rear top of receiver marked with SN; the magazine release button is stamped with “M”; and has Artillery Crossed Cannons Cartouche stamped on right of wood stock. The 20 rd. magazine is marked “AI” which is the Inland mark. Features include 18” blued steel barrel; blued steel receiver with right side charging handle; one-piece hardwood fore-arm stock & grip with separate wood upper handguard; one barrel band; bayonet lug; safety; sling mounts with WWII GI issue sling with oiler; semi-hooded leaf post front and adjustable peep-hole rear sight marked “I.R. Co.” The action is solid, the bore is pristine, and the finish on this carbine is flawless. Condition grades at a strong 95%. Despite its lack of 'knockdown' power the M1 Carbine was popular, primarily due to its handiness and lightweight frame, and saw front line usage in both the European and Pacific Theaters of World War II. This carbine would be a valuable addition to anyone who collects US Military firearms. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Target, Military, Police, Tactical, Law Enforcement, Sport, Plinking, Hiking, Camping, 30Carb, .30 Carb, .30Carb, 30 Carbine, 30Carbine, .30 Carbine, .30Carbine, 7.62x33 MM, 7.62x33MM, 7.62 x 33 MM, 7.62 x 33MM D9211 Inland Model M1 Carbine in 30 Carb Serial Number 707657 Semi Auto Rifle ZB1709 SWW

4 - Dagger East German in Original Box W/ Accessories Dagger East German Navy Ceremonial Dagger w/ Sheath This 1950’s era East German Navy Ceremonial Dagger is an excellent example of Post-War blade work and is presented in a white ceremonial presentation case from the East German Minister of Defense. This dagger has a 9.75” double-edge (non-sharpened) blade; solid brass ferrules, S-shaped acorn cross guard, and brass pommel cap with East German State insignia of a hammer and compass. The hilt is round rib shaped with faux ivory grips. There is a scabbard lock button & catch on the upper ferrule and cross guard. The Ricasso is marked with 06875 on one side and there is no maker’s mark on the other. The scabbard is black metal with brass throat and drag. The throat is decorated with the State insignia and an oak leaf. The white presentation case is red felt lined form fitted for the dagger and dagger hanger (included). The outside of the case is embossed with the East German Hammer & Compass in wreath and the motto, “For Den Schutz Der Arbeiter Und Bauern Macht”, (For the Defense of the Power of the Workers and Farmers). Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Authentic, Post WWII, East German, Cold War, GDR ZC1955

5 - Gun LWRC M6/AR57 in 5.7x28 Semi Auto Rifle LWRC International Model M6/AR57 in 5.7x28MM Semi Auto Rifle (ULL) is an AR-15 style rifle that features a LWRC M6 Lower receiver mated to a AR-Five Seven 5.7x28 Upper Receiver with a top rail-mount FN P90 50 rd. cylinder magazine that is bottom eject through existing lower receiver magazine well (30 rd. 5.56 mag is modified to catch brass). Other features include black matte infused hard-coat anodized finish, VLTOR telescoping stock, safety selector, Picatinny Quad-rail with front & rear gear rail, 16.04" 4140 chrome alloy GBQ parkerized barrel, birdcage flash suppressor, Magpul pistol grip, magazine detention system, and right side charging handle. Condition grades at 95%. Used. Tag Word: Firearm, M4, Tactical, AR15, AR-15, Military, Prepper, Prepping, 5.7 x 28 MM, 5.7x28MM, 5.7 x 28MM, SS195 D7886 LWRC M6/AR57 in 5.7x28MM Serial Number 03-01516 Semi Auto Rifle ZB7840 SWW

6 - Germany 3rd Reich WWII Panzer Collar Tabs (Pair) German 3rd Reich World War Two Army (HEER) Panzer EM Collar Tabs (Pair) For the wrap around style tunic. Black felt material bodies with pinkish felt edges. Each measure 3.25" tall. Condition is very nice with some wear and handling marks. The use of collar ornamentation on military uniforms was utilized by numerous assorted nations with the main function being the indication of the wearer’s rank and/or branch of service. In November 1934 the Germans introduced the black Panzer wrap tunic for the newly formed armored units and it was worn through-out the war with minor modifications in 1936 and 1942. Along with the new black Panzer wrap tunic the Germans also introduced the unique Panzer collar tabs which utilized the old Prussian "Danziger" style skull and crossbones. The skulls and crossbones were worn through-out the war with minor manufacturing variations. The different branches of service within the German army were allocated a specific, identifying, waffenfarbe, (Branch of Service Color), with pink being chosen for Panzer, (Armored), personnel, which was generally displayed on the collar tabs. The general waffenfarbe for all armored units was pink although other colors were utilized including red for armored artillery units, golden yellow for armored reconnaissance units and the 24TH Panzer Division, lemon yellow for armored signals units and, for a short time, alternating black and white for armored engineer units. Also Of Note: The "Danziger" style skull and crossbones were also worn on the field-grey Assault Artillery wrap tunic. ZC1955 DT

7 - Nazi Germany Silver Watch Chain With Eagle Claw A beautiful, detailed German Nazi Watch Chain with 7 swastika crosses, arrows and a large Eagle Talon or Claw holding a glass or stone black ball. Chain is 12" long and marked Sterling. Very good condition with clasp and watch attachment. A beautiful piece of jewelry! ZC1955 DT

8 - Gun S&W M&P-15 in 5.56mm Semi-Auto Rifle Smith & Wesson Model M&P-15 in 5.56MM Semi-Auto Rifle (ECL) is an AR-15 style rifle that uses a gas operated, air-cooled system and features matte black finish, adjustable stock, M&P Quad Rail, (no magazine), forward assist, brass deflector, safety selector, top accessory rail, 17.5" barrel, birdcage flash suppressor, adjustable flip-up post front & adjustable flip-up rear peep sights, forearm grip, sling swivels, and black thermoplastic pistol grip. Condition grades at 95%. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, M4, Tactical, AR15, AR-15, Military, Prepper, Prepping, 223 Rem, 223Rem, .223 Rem, .223Rem, 223 Remington, 223Remington, .223Remington, 5.56MM, 556 MM, 556MM, 5.56x45 MM, 5.56x45MM, 5.56 x 45 MM, 5.56 x 45MM, NATO E2361 S&W M&P-15 in 5.56MM Serial Number SP33210 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

9 - Cobray 37 MM Flare Launcher With Original Box Vintage Cobray 37MM Flare Launcher that mounts under a AR15 or M16. Uses M203 Top Handguard. Does not contain Handguard, or Leaf Sight as stated from the factory on the box. Also comes with a few reloadable rounds. Condition grades as very good. A must have for any collector of military firearms or just for fun! ZC1955 DT

10 - Gun Steyr HS.50 in 50 BMG Sniper Rifle German made Steyr Mannlicher Model Heavy Sniping Rifle 50 (HS.50) in 50 BMG caliber Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle (ELLL) has a straight stock design, heavy match barrel, and a highly efficient big muzzle brake that allows for precise and convenient shooting of the big .50 caliber cartridge. Features Matte Black finish; 33” Match grade free-floating cold-hammer forged Steel Barrel with 1:15 twist; 2-Stage Trigger with ~4 lb. trigger pull; 2-Position rotating safety; 2 locking lug cylindrical bolt; steel bi-pod with extendable folding legs; Mil Std 1913 Picatinny Rail on upper receiver for scope mount; aluminum tubing stock & flat base forearm; rubber vented recoil pad; 54” overall length; and an effective range of 1650 yds. Conditions at 95% Like New in crate. Would make a great Christmas present! From the internet, “The Steyr HS .50 is a heavy-hitting rifle built for a new era of long range shooting. The free-floating barrel is cold-hammer forged, providing consistent accuracy when launching .50 caliber BMG (12.7x99mm) rounds at an effective range of up to nearly 1,650 yards (1,500 meters). A 33” (838mm) barrel version is available in the single-shot Standard as well as an M1 configuration option that includes a 5-round detachable magazine and a 24” (610mm) barrel. An important feature of the HS .50 is the ability to quickly assemble and disassemble the weapon platform. This allows for very rapid deployment as well as breakdown. The barrel-mounted scope also increases the speed of assembly, ensures accuracy between uses and also allows for quick conversion of specialty optics for a wide range of applications. The chassis of the rifle includes a pistol grip, a newly designed bipod, and a stock that features a screw-adjustable monopod in the butt of the stock with an adjustable spike. The recoil pad can be adjusted vertically as well as for length of pull and an adjustable cheek piece allows for ideal cheek-weld.” Tag Word: Firearm, Hunting, Target, Big Game, Long Distance, 50BMG, .50 BMG, .50BMG, 50 Browning MG, .50 Browning MG, 12.7x99 MM, 12.7x99MM, 12.7 x 99 MM, Sniper C0871 Steyr Model HS.50 in .50 BMG caliber Serial Number HS1000945 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

11 - Large Tray of Military Ribbons and Bars A very large lot of assorted Military Ribbons and Bars. Many different years and types. A must have for any collector who specializes in United States Military Dress Gear. Service ribbons are small ribbons mounted on small metal bars equipped with attaching devices, and are generally issued for wear in place of medals.[1] Each country's government has its own rules on what ribbons can be worn in what circumstances, and in which order. This is usually defined in an official document and is called "the order of precedence" or "the order of wearing". In some countries (particularly the U.S.), some awards are "ribbon only", having no associated medal. United States of America service ribbons are for a specific medal and is usually identical to the suspension ribbon on the medal. For example, the suspension and service ribbon for the U.S. government's Purple Heart medal is purple with a white vertical stripe at each end. However, there are some military awards that do not have a suspension ribbon, but have an authorized ribbon and unit award emblem. The Soviet Order of Victory is a badge that was worn on the military parade uniform. However, a ribbon bar representing the Order of Victory was worn on a military field uniform. ZC1955 DT

12 - Gun Nagant T44 in 7.62x54R Bolt Action Rifle Intrac imported Polish made Mosin Nagant Model M44 in 7.62x54R caliber Bolt Action Carbine was produced as a shorter, lighter version of the Russian standard M91/30 rifle from 1944 through 1948, and into the 1950’s by many Russian satellite nations. The markings on the barrel show it was made in 1952; has 11 within Oval Polish Stamp; OW within diamond cartouche stamped on right side of stock. It is chambered in 7.62x54R, a caliber that falls between the American .308 and .30-06 in power and ballistics. This model features a round receiver, 20.5” barrel, 40” overall length; and stainless steel straight bolt. Other features include side-folding cruciform-spike bayonet, top-loading 5 rd. magazine, hooded post front & adjustable incremental folding rear sights, two barrel bands, cleaning rod, sling ports in forearm and stock with canvas sling attached, hardwood stock and forearm, and steel butt-plate. The stock is in excellent like-new condition as is all metal surfaces. Condition grades at 95%. A great weapon that shoots the inexpensive and plentiful 762x54R round. Used. From internet: “The nation of Poland began manufacturing their clone of the Soviet Model 1944 Carbine ( M44 ) in 1950, and ran until at least 1962. It is assumed the Poles manufactured these carbines on Soviet machinery that was relocated into Poland. One reason for this assumption is that Soviet M44 production ceased in 1948 and the machines used to manufacture these carbines were no longer needed. The theory is that the Soviets took a year, 1949, to relocate the tooling and the Poles to undertake production. While the Polish M44 Carbines look much like their Soviet and Eastern European cousins, they are easy to identify by their proofs. On the barrel shank of the Polish M44's there will be an 11 in an oval and in many cases a OW with a 3 under it that appears in a diamond. The 11 is either the Eastern European country code of Poland (all the nations in the Eastern Bloc were given a number) or is for the factory Radom (known as Factory 11). The OW 3 is thought to be a factory code of some sort. The OW in a diamond is also a common proof marking that is seen on the stocks of these carbines. As is the case with many Polish manufactured small arms, the M44 Carbines are very well manufactured rifles. The metal and the wood found on the Polish M44's are of the highest quality. The overall quality of the Polish M44 is second to none and in many regards rivals the Finnish made Mosin Nagants in overall quality. In the opinion of many shooters and collectors these carbines are possibly the standard of all the Mosin Nagants, and are without a doubt the finest M44 carbine ever manufactured. These fine carbines employ the post war or later production features of the Soviet M44 Carbine.They have the double "guards" on the bayonet lug and the front sight's base also show the later Soviet improvements. The rear sights are the same configuration as the Soviet model. The stocks are a hard wood of some type and there has never been a reported case of a Polish M44 in a laminate stock.The Polish clone of the Soviet Model 1944 Carbine has become one of the more popular Mosin Nagants in the United States. In many cases these carbines are in "unissued" new mint condition. Overall they are very accurate shooters and again the condition is a real selling point, as one would be hard pressed to find a carbine that is better in overall quality. While most of their history is still unclear, they are a nice addition to the Mosin collection. They also fit very well into the "Cold War" collections that seem to be gaining in popularity. The Polish Mosin Nagant Model 1944 Carbine is a nice example of a post WW2 carbine that holds a special place in the hearts of many of its owners. The Polish carbine may well be the finest Mosin Nagant ever produced. Tag Words: Firearm, Military, Russian, Middle East, Soviet, Surplus, Collectable, 7.5x54, 7.5x54MM, 7.5 x 54 MM, 7.5 x 54R E2317 Mosin Nagant Model T44 in 7.62x54R Caliber Serial Number BD26028 Bolt Action Rifle ZB9139 SWW

13 - Solingen Germany Dagger With Leather Sheath A beautiful Dagger with leather sheath and stag grip. Total length is 15" and the blade is 10" long. Dagger is in great condition with a very nice black leather sheath. Unknown purpose as to who this fine Dagger was made for, Civilian, Military, Police or? ZC1955 DT

14 - 10 Nazi Color Propaganda Adolf Hitler Posters Lot of 10 Nazi Color Propaganda Posters of Hitler standing in party uniform against red background. With the headline "Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Fuehrer" (One People, one Reich, one Fuehrer!) All are of the same image. They measure 22" x 32". All are in good condition. Believed to be reproductions from the 1970s. Tag Words: WWII, Military, German Army, Germany, Fascist, Dictator, Nazi Party, Axis Powers, Advertising, Election, Posters ZB8950 TKT

15 - Firearm Winchester 1873 in 44-40 Lever Rifle Attractive Engraved Winchester Model 1873 in .44-40 Win caliber Lever Action Rifle was manufactured in 1879, and was a favorite among Cowboys of the west and fur trappers. The rifle appears to be all original and features extensive scrollwork throughout the bare metal finish; a factory 24" hexagon barrel; case-hardened steel receiver with side loading port, bronze bottom plate, top ejection dust cover, and 15 rd. tube magazine. The hexagon barrel has a ‘shark fin’ front and buckhorn style rear sights. The stock & forearm are smooth hardwood with a straight grip. Other features are a serrated hammer; lever-lock safety; and crescent steel butt-plate. Rifle shows even and normal wear for a rifle of this era and makes a great investment piece. ANTIQUE - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the Internet: “The Model 1873 was one of the most successful Winchester rifles of its day, gaining the reputation as "The Gun that Won the West". Still an icon almost a century and a half later, it was manufactured between 1873 and 1919. Originally chambered for the .44-40 cartridge, it was later produced in .38-40 and .32-20, all of which were also popular handgun cartridges of the day, allowing users to conveniently carry just one type of ammunition. The Model 1873 was produced in three variations: a 26" barrel rifle, 20" barrel carbine, and a musket. The easy to transport and handle carbine was the most popular, while the musket accounted for less than 5–10 percent of total production.” Tag Words: Gun, Vintage, Cowboy, Winchester, Wild West, 44-40Win, 44-40 Winchester, 44-40Wincheter, 44-40WCF, 44-40 Winchester Center Fire, 44-40WincheterCenterFire, 44 Largo ANT40047 Winchester Model 1873 in 44-40 caliber Serial Number 40047 Lever Action Rifle ZB1241 SWW

16 - Lot of (4) Assorted SpyderCo Folding Knives This is a great lot with (4) SpyderCo brand Folding Knives. Includes (1) 2001 SpyderCo ATS-55 Lock Blade Folding Knife with serrated blade; (1) 2003 SpyderCo ATS-34 Vesuvus Lock Blade Knife with semi-serrated blade; (1) 1998 SpyderCo ATS-34 Model 406 Centofante Lock Folding Knife with single-edge blade; and (1) 1999 SpyderCo Gin-1 Lock Blade Folding Knife with partial-serrated edge blade. From the internet, “Since starting Spyderco we've been told our knives are different, peculiar, even out there. All true. Thinking beyond established knife industry barriers allowed us to introduce new and radical innovations to the knife culture including: One-hand opening, serrations on a folder and a clip to attach a knife to a pocket. We didn't go into business to rake in a mountain of dough we're here for more selfish reasons- indulging our passion for creating knives. Spyderco is definitely out of the norm in the knife industry in our dedication to researching and developing fresh, improved and better performing materials all with function and reliability being key. Our recognizable appearance is a result of designing ergonomic functional tools rather than applying lipstick and nylons to a pocketknife. We may look curious, homely, whatever, but we'll never be called unusable or undependable. When you purchase a Spyderco you are buying a high-quality reliable cutting tool designed and manufactured for peak performance and ergonomic comfort. Those Who Know Carry Spyderco.” Tag Words: weapon, Knife, Switchblade, folding, defense, tactical, ZB8812 16 SWW

17 - Gun Star 30M in 9mm Semi Auto Pistol Interarms imported Star Model 30M in 9mm Semi-Automatic Pistol was manufactured in the Eibar region of Spain and is a design version of the Colt 1911 model. Features Blowback Single Action, 4.69” barrel length, 8.07” overall length, luminous front blade integral with slide & rear notch-bar dovetailed sights, slide release, flat bottom 15 rd. magazine (missing), magazine safety, blued steel slide and frame, 15+1 round capacity, black rubber checkered grips, and combat-style beaver-tail hammer. Condition grades at 90%. Used in box with papers. From the internet, “The Mod30 was an improvement over the Mod28. That gun was famous for failing the first of the early 1980’s JSAAP competition stages for guns aspiring to become the new U.S. armed service standard-issue pistol. Although Star outperformed both the Ruger and Smith & Wesson entries, the military brass eventually awarded the Beretta 92 the contract.) Before the 28, Star had never manufactured a pistol of in-house design. Up to that point, derivations of John Browning’s 1911 had put bread on their table. The Star Mod30M is the “military” variant of the Star Model 30. It’s an all-steel, long-barrel full-sized package. The company produced the Star 30M from 1983 – 1994. Elements of the Spanish military as well as Gardia Civil issued the weapon. In the late 90’s, Spain’s police and military organizations shifted away from the Star. The doors closed on Star-Firearms; the company went belly-up in 1997. In keeping with the “if it ain’t broke” philosophy, the Spanish Navy still issues the Mod30 series for force-protection duties. Star’s major innovation with the Mod 28 and subsequent models: their incorporation of totally tool-less disassembly. I’m not talking field stripping; I mean everything. The pistol can be entirely taken to pieces using only the slide-stop and firing pin as punches, the only screws are found on the adjustable sights and magazine release.” Tag Words: Firearm, Target, Hunting, Range, Carry Conceal, CCW, 9MM, 9x19 MM, 9x19MM, 9 MM Para, 9MM Parabellum, 9 Para, 9Para, 9Parabellum E2309 Star Model 30M in 9mm Serial Number 1895113 Semi Auto Pistol ZB9139 SWW

18 - French MAS 56 Bayonet Like New W/ Sheath A very nice MAS French Bayonet for the MAS 56 Rifle & FAMAS Bull pup. Tang is marked MAS 63, (1963). Has the early steel & leather scabbard. A very hard bayonet to obtain. A must have to complete your MAS 56 Firearm. ZC1955 DT

19 - 1884-86 Khedive's Star Medal Dated 1884 1884 Dated Khedives Star Medal with Moon Crest and Star hanger. Appears to be made from bronze. Condition is very nice with normal wear. The Khedive's Star was a campaign medal of the Khedivate of Egypt's military, created to reward those who had participated in the military campaigns in Egypt between 1882 and 1889. It was also awarded for the military actions involving the British Army during the 1882 Anglo-Egyptian War, where recipients of the British Egypt Medal were also eligible for the Khedive's star. It is also known as the Khedive's Bronze Star, because it was cast in bronze and darkened by means of lacquer. ZC1955 DT

19a - Headgear USSR Tank Forces Officer Visor Cap This genuine 1970’s era Soviet Union Tank Forces Officer’s Parade Visor Cap is fabricated in blue wool cloth, with a wide black wool cap band and red piping. Cap has gold-aluminum pin-on cockade with enamel red Soviet Star & Sickle. There are (2) gold braid visor cap cords with knots. Visible manufacturer markings in Russian inside. Cap is in storage use only condition. Size 56. Tag Words: Militaria, Memorabilia, Cold War, Soviet, USSR, Communist, Accessories, Insignia, Medal, Badge, Regalia, Uniform, Decorations, Accouterments, Cap, Hat, Headgear ZB9037 19a SWW

20 - Gun Arisaka Type 38 in 6.5 Jap Bolt Action Rifle Arisaka Model Type 38 Cavalry Rifle in 6.5 Jap caliber Bolt Action Rifle is Japanese Imperial Army Surplus and was manufactured from 1905 to 1945. Features include round receiver, 31.5” barrel, straight bolt, top-loading 5 rd. magazine, ‘shark-fin’ front & adjustable incremental folding rear sights, two barrel bands, sling swivels, cleaning rod missing, bayonet lug, hardwood stock and forearm, steel butt-plate, and on overall length of 50”. Markings include Japanese Imperial Chrysanthemum, and arsenal proof marks. Condition grades at 70%. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Military, Japan, Imperial, WWII, Surplus, Collectable, 6.5 Jap, 6.5, 6.5mm E2208 Arisaka Model Type 38 in 6.5 Jap Caliber Serial Number 95419 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

21 - Gun Colt Junior in 25 ACP Semi Auto Pistol This collectable Colt Model Junior in .25 ACP Semi Auto Pistol (XLL) was manufactured in 1968 in Spain and features single action blow-back operation, blued finish, all steel construction, 2.25” stainless steel barrel, combat spur serrated hammer, flip-style thumb safety, magazine release button, checkered hardwood grips with silver Colt medallion, integral fixed sights, , 4.4" overall length, and 6 rd. magazine. Condition grades at Unfired in original box with papers. From the internet, “In 1958 Colt contracted the Astra firm in Spain to make the Colt Junior. It was a small frame handgun designed for personal defense and chambered in either .22 Short or .25 ACP. Very much an updated version of the striker fired 25 caliber Model 1908 Vest Pocket Colt which soldiered into production for years and saw limited action in World War II. The Gun Control Act of 1968 ended the import of the gun to Colt in America though the gun continued as the Astra Cub in Europe for some time afterward.” Tag Words: Firearm, Compact, Collectible, Bicycle Gun, Belly Gun, 25ACP, .25 ACP, .25ACP,25 Auto, .25Auto, .25 Auto, .25Auto, 25 Automatic Colt Pistol, .25 Automatic Colt Pistol, 6.35x16SR, 6.35 x 16 SR E1658 Colt Model Junior in 25 ACP Serial Number 76998CC Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

22 - Gun Ruger SP101 in 357 Mag Double Action Revolver Ruger Model SP101 (TALO) in .357 Mag Double Action Revolver features satin Stainless Steel finish, Ruger cushioned black rubber grips w/ checked wood inserts, 5 shot triple locking cylinder, green fiber-optic fixed front and adjustable rear sights, 4" barrel, serrated spur hammer, safety transfer bar, and solid steel sidewalls. Nice handgun. Unfired in box with lock, papers, and Davidson’s full life-time replacement warranty. Tag Word: Firearm, Law Enforcement, Target, Service, 357Mag, .357 Mag, .357Mag, 357 Magnum, .357 Magnum, 357Magnum, .357Magnum D9207 Ruger Model SP101 in 357 Mag Serial Number 574-81961 Double Action Revolver ZB1709 SWW

23 - Firearm American Security Products Gun Ammo Safe Firearm American Security Products Large Gun & Ammo or Money Safe. A very large and secure American Security Products Firearm Safe. Measures 60.5" tall x 25" deep and 30" across. A very secure safe with combination lock (has numbers to open it). Very heavy top quality. A must have for anyone who collects guns, coins or other valuables items that need secured storage. **We can not ship this item** but can assist with locating a qualified safe mover to move it to your location. A very nice safe or vault with a grey enamel paint. Some scuffs and scratches outside. Fireproof. Inside of safe is lined with grey carpet and features racks to hold firearms or other valuables. Inside bottom of floor has carpet covered wood panel over the floor. The bottom is lined with lead blocks and can be bolted to the floor if need be. The wall thickness on this safe is about twice as much as current safes you’d find at Cabela’s or similar. American Security doesn’t make a safe this heavy duty anymore. Get max security for your items. Tag Words: Gun Storage, Security, Handgun, Rifle, Strong Box, Safety ZB9074 TKT

24 - Nazi German Arm Band & Small Flag Genuine Nazi arm band that measures 6.5" across and 4" wide. Center emblem is a swastika sewn on. Condition is very nice and the colors are bright. Next is a small (21" x 14") Nazi Flag with the center swastika patch sewn on the red cloth. Very nice condition with a few stains which is common with a period flag of this age. Appears to be genuine WWII German military. ZC1955

25 - Firearm Antique Springfield 1884 Trapdoor Rifle This very rare Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor in 45-70 caliber (Black Powder Cartridge Ammunition) Breach-Loading Single Shot Rifle features a 32" round steel barrel; case-hardened steel receiver; ‘Trapdoor’ breach-loading port; and half-cock hammer safety. The top of the trapdoor is marked "US MODEL 1884” and “US SPRINGFIELD” with the federal eagle emblem on the right side of the action; as well as other inspector markings (no cartouche). Other features include a smooth one-piece straight hardwood stock & forearm with 2 barrel bands; fixed front & adjustable flip-up rear sights; 2 sling swivels; steel plunger rod; serrated trigger & cocking hammer; and a crescent-shaped steel butt-plate. Overall condition grades at a strong 75% and the rifle appears to be all original; no cracks or chips in the wood but normal handling marks and dings for a rifle this age. Metal finish appears to be the original worn bluing. This rifle makes a great investment piece. Used. From the internet, “The Springfield Model 1884 was one of the "Trapdoor Springfield" rifles. The Model 1884 traces its roots back to the design of the Springfield Model 1873. Most of the changes that identify the Model 1884 as a distinct model occurred either before or after 1884. The Model 1884 incorporated a significant number of improvements that had been made between 1878 and 1879. It also featured a serrated trigger that had been incorporated into the Springfield rifle design in 1883.” ANTIQUE - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Words: Gun, Vintage, Cowboy, Winchester, Wild West, .45-70, 45-70, Big Bore, Hunting, Buffalo Z12 25 SWW

26 - Bayonet (2) WWII German Bayonets w/ Scabbard This is a great lot with (1) WWII era German Model 1884/98 (Third Pattern) Knife Bayonet with metal scabbard used with the German Mauser Kar 98K Rifle features a 9.75” single edge blade; 15” overall length. The lug release works and the blade is in very nice condition - shows little use; also has a ‘birds head’ pommel and brown Bakelite grip. The fullered steel blade is stamped on the Ricasso with “Durkopp” makers mark and the SN “1741”. The handle shows slight wear. The metal scabbard is in good condition for its age and the leather frog is in very good condition; and (1) WWII era German K98 Mauser military bayonet with metal scabbard features a 253mm (10”) blade with 385mm (15.25”) overall length. The blade is in very nice condition and shows very little use. The handle shows a little weathering and light pitting. The scabbard is nice with no dings and the paint is worn on some parts. Serial numbers on bayonet and scabbard do not match. Leather bayonet frog is missing. These are a perfect addition for any military collector or someone who collects military edge weapons. From the internet: “The M1884/98 III Knife bayonet for use with the 8 mm. Mauser Kar 98K rifle of the Second World War. This bayonet will also mount to most other Mauser bolt-action rifles that were based on the M1898.” From the internet: “The first knife bayonet was introduced for the first German rifle with a magazine Rifle M1871/84. The knife-bayonet, which had been adopted in January 1884, was named M71/84. This bayonet was one of the very first adopted knife bayonets in the world. Another modification of the S84/98 bayonet, designated as the K98 bayonet, began production in 1934. Mass production started in 1936. The K98 bayonet was a standard issue item and was accompanied by a bayonet frog to be worn on the reverse left side of the load carrying waist belt. The K98 bayonet remained the standard issue bayonet through-out the war with minor manufacturing variations.” Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Authentic, WWII, WW2, World War II, Japan, Rising Sun, Germany, Vintage ZB8950 26 SWW

27 - Gun Olympic Arms Wolverine in 22 LR Pistol Olympic Arms Model Whitney Wolverine in .22 LR Semi Auto Pistol is essentially a single-action semi-auto target shooter using .22 LR caliber ammunition. Features single-piece polymer frame with vented rib barrel in a sleek ‘space-age’ design; Stainless Steel barrel and black finished slide, wood checkered grips, 4.5" barrel, 5.38” overall height, 9" overall length, 1” overall width, 10+1 capacity w/ 1 magazine, fixed front and rear notched sights. Condition grades at 95%. Used in Box with (2) spare magazines. From the internet: “In the early 1950s, firearms designer and engineer Robert L. Hillberg decided to build a lightweight .22 Long Rifle semi-auto pistol using aluminum investment casting to form the frame. Although investment casting is often used to produce gun components today, Hillberg's plan represented an uncommon approach at that time. He gave the pistol the same sleek "space age" lines as the ray guns seen in sci-fi movies and TV shows of that era. The pistol was called the Whitney Wolverine and made available in either a blued or nickel finish with a 10-round magazine. Unfortunately, due to financial issues and competition from manufacturers like Ruger and Colt, the Whitney Wolverine was short lived. Just over 13,000 were made during the 1956 to 1958 production run. But this pistol was not to be forgotten. In the late 1980s, Robert Schuets, owner of Olympic Arms Inc., started looking into how the Whitney Wolverine could be brought back to the market. Teaming up with Mr. Hillberg, who received one of the first pistols off the line, Olympic Arms successfully launched a polymer-framed version of the Whitney Wolverine in 2004, just over 50 years after the pistol was originally designed. The most notable feature of the Olympic Arms version of the Whitney Wolverine is its single-piece polymer frame, or shell, which makes up almost the entire exterior surface of the pistol, including the vented rib and front sight. The square-notch metallic rear sight is drift adjustable for windage. An aluminum support, molded into the frame just in front of the trigger guard, is marked with the pistol's serial number. The predominant use of polymer results in a pistol that weighs in at 19.2 ounces unloaded.” Tag words: Firearm, concealed carry, self-defense, CCW, target, plinking, varmint, camping, hunting, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle E2305 Olympic Arms Model Wolverine in 22 LR Serial Number WW1344 Semi Auto Pistol ZB9139 SWW

28 - Gun Savage 99K in 300 Savage Lever Action Rifle Vintage Savage Arms Model 99K in .300 Savage caliber Lever Action Rifle was manufactured in 1951 and has a vintage Saturn-Boone 2-1/4 Power Scope attached. This is not the take-down model. Features 23.5" tapered blued barrel, 44” overall length, checkered hardwood stock and forearm, steel butt-plate, blued lever & trigger, and fixed blade front & leaf rear sights. Receiver pre-drilled for scope mount. Condition grades at 85+% with normal scuffs for a firearm this age. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, hunting, target, vermin, sport, 300Savage, 300 Savage, .300 Savage, .300Savage C0818 Savage Model 99 in 300 Savage Serial Number 701731 Lever Action Rifle Z12 SWW

29 - German SA Dagger with Sheath and Strap F. Dick German SA Dagger with Sheath and leather strap. Dagger is in great condition and appears as issued with normal handling marks for a dagger this age. Blade is inscribed "Alles Fur Deutchland". Also an "Arrow F. Dick". Above the blade is an (Sw). A beautiful piece of history in original as used condition. A must have for anyone who collects German Military Items. HE ORIGIN OF THE SA DAGGER Hitler and the Nazi regime had an obsession with imagery and quality. This is reflected in the uniforms and accutrements of the various organizations, military and paramilitary, created during this regime. Blade weapons ave always captivated the imagination of people. Something about the sleek design and appearance of edge weapons that makes these kind of items appealing to the masses, even today. Perhaps it is the remnants of a time when our very survival depended on such things. Regardless of the reason, Hitler and his designers capitalized in this feeling to make people feel better about belonging to a certain group. Daggers provided a symbol as a unifying force to achieve a common goal. ZC1955 DT

30 - Firearm Schilling Muzzle Load Blk Pwdr SxS Shotgun Antique Schilling of Suhl, Germany Muzzle Loading Black Powder Side x Side Ball & Cap Percussion Shotgun features “U. Chr. Schilling in Suhl” stamped on the tape of the barrels and has an engraved receiver. Other features include (2) round 32” side-by-side steel barrels in unknown caliber; dual triggers; original ram rod; two exposed percussion hammers engraved as Dragon Heads; checkered wood stock & forearm; steel butt plate; fixed blade front sight; and 49.5" overall length. Condition grades at 80% with the trigger guard being broken. Used. ANTIQUE BLACK POWDER - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Gun, Continental, Black Powder, Sport Shooting, Hunting Z12 30 SWW

31 - Firearm Italian Side Hammer Black Powder Rifle This Italian made, Investarm imported Muzzle Loading Black Powder Rifle uses a side-lock hammer percussion system with a 22” Heavy Octagonal Barrel in .50 caliber. Features a 22" octagonal heavy steel barrel, wood plunger rod, blade front & adjustable rear sights, tempered steel receiver, trigger guard, double triggers, and vented rubber recoil pad. Other features include a checkered one-piece straight hardwood stock, and forearm with dark metal accents. This rifle makes a great display piece. BLACK POWDER - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Words: Gun, Vintage, Collectable ZB7896 31 SWW

32 - Gun Iver Johnson TP22 in 22 LR Semi Auto Pistol Iver Johnson Model TP22 in .22 LR Semi Auto Pistol features a blued finish, plastic hand grips, all metal frame, left side thumb safety, fixed front and rear sights, and 2-1/8” barrel. The 6 round magazine is missing. Condition grades at 90% due to some wear throughout pistol. Used. From the internet: “Bond is back! If Skyfall is not the best Bond film ever it certainly is one the best in a long, long time. The Iver Johnson TP22 is a clone of Bond's iconic pistol; the Walther PPK.” Tag Word: Firearm, carry conceal, women, small, lightweight, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle E2297 Iver Johnson Model TP22 in 22 LR Serial Number AE38974 Semi Auto Pistol ZB9139 SWW

33 - Gun Smith & Wesson 19-4 in 357 Mag DA Revolver Smith & Wesson Model 19-4 in .357 Mag Double Action Revolver (XUC) features 4" barrel, 6 shot cylinder, blued finish, lifted blade front & adjustable rear sights, and beautiful checkered wood grips. This design was created by Smith & Wesson with the help of a retired police officer to ensure the best for his fellow men in uniform. A hard to find S&W steel model revolver made to last a lifetime and more. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Military, Police, Law Enforcement, 357Mag, .357 Mag, .357Mag, 357 Magnum, .357 Magnum, 357Magnum, .357Magnum E2339 Smith & Wesson Model 19-4 in 357 Mag Serial Number 54K6627 Double Action Revolver Z12 SWW

34 - WWI French Croix De Guerre Medal 1914-1918. The Croix de Guerre or Cross of War first created in 1915 and consists of a square-cross medal on two crossed swords, hanging from a ribbon with 2 pins (Stars) . Medal is in great condition with original ribbon. More from the internet: The French Croix De Guerre Medal was awarded during World War I. The Croix de guerre was also commonly bestowed on foreign military forces allied to France. The Croix de guerre may either be awarded as an individual or unit award to those soldiers who distinguish themselves by acts of heroism involving combat with the enemy. The medal is awarded to those who have been "mentioned in dispatches", meaning a heroic deed or deeds were performed meriting a citation from an individual's headquarters unit. ZC1955 DT The cross was designed by the sculptor Paul-Albert Bartholomé. It is 37 mm in diameter, Florentine bronze cross patée, with two crossed swords between the arms. The center of the front side shows the symbolic profile of the French Republic: a young woman wearing a Phrygian cap. The words République française (French Republic) encircle the portrait. The back of the medal shows the dates of the conflict: first, it was 1914–1915 then 1914–1916, 1914–1917 and finally 1914–1918. The cross is suspended by a green ribbon with seven narrow vertical red stripes.

35 - Firearm N. Lewis Side Hammer Black Powder Rifle This antique Nelson Lewis of Troy, NY Muzzle Loading Black Powder Rifle uses a side-lock hammer percussion system with a Heavy Octagonal Barrel in unknown caliber. The barrel is marked, “N. Lewis – Troy, NY”. The rifle appears to have been used as a completion target gun with a blade front & Lyman adjustable peep-hole (popsicle) tang-mounted rear sight. Features a 30" octagonal heavy steel barrel; false muzzle; steel receiver, trigger guard, double-set trigger, and ornate crescent butt-plate. Other features include a smooth one-piece straight hardwood Monte Carlo-style stock, and forearm with brass & nickel accents. This rifle makes a great display piece. ** Item has not been test fired or checked for operability. ** ANTIQUE BLACK POWDER - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Words: Gun, Vintage, Collectable ZB7896 35 SWW

36 - 1854 British Crimea War Medal Sebastopol Insignia A beautiful and rare un-named 1854 British Crimea War Medal with ribbon and Sebastopol Insignia. Obverse has Queen portrait and the words "Victoria Regina". The reverse has the words "Crimea" and a roman guard with shield and sword, with an angel behind him. Also signed B Wyon SC. Very detailed. Measures 1.5" across and appears to be silver. ZC1955 DT

37 - Gun Winchester 1890 in 22 WRF Slide Action Rifle Vintage Winchester Model 1890 in .22 WRF Slide Action Rifle was manufactured in 1913 and features slide (pump) action, top ejection and an 18 rd. tube magazine. Other features include blued finish, straight walnut stock & ribbed pump, 24” Octagonal barrel, adjustable rear semi buckhorn sight, fixed blade front sight, take-down screw, and steel butt plate. Condition grades at 90+%. This is a very nice rifle for its age. Used. From the internet, “The Winchester Model 1890 is a slide-action repeating rifle produced by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company in the late 19th and early 20th century. The Model 1890 would prove to be the most successful repeating rim fire rifle for general all around shooting ever made by Winchester. Approximately 849,000 Model 1890 rifles were produced between 1890 and 1932, after which the Model 1890 was replaced by the Winchester Model 62 rifle. For many years, the Model 1890 was considered to be the standard for use in shooting galleries, hence its nickname of "gallery gun." The Model 1890 was a slide action, top ejecting rifle with an 18 inch magazine tube under the barrel. It had a 24 inch octagonal barrel, a plain walnut stock, and an overall weight of approximately 6 lbs. Calibers for the rifle include .22 Short, .22 Long, .22 Long Rifle, .22 Winchester Rimfire. The Model 1890 will only fire the round specific to that gun (e.g. a Model 1890 stamped ".22 Short" on the barrel will not fire .22 Long, .22 Long Rifle, or .22 WRF; despite there being other 1890's chambered in those calibers). The .22 Long Rifle version was added in 1919. Pistol grip stocks were available on later rifles.” Tag Words: Firearm, Target, Plinking, Hunting, 22WRF, 22 WRF, .22WRF, .22 WRF, 22 Winchester Rimfire, .22 Winchester Rimfire, 22 Rimfire, .22WinRimfire, .22 WinRimfire D9177 Winchester Model 1890 in 22 WRF Serial Number 467798 Slide Action Rifle ZB1901 SWW

38 - Firearm Inert Bomb Shell Casing Mortar Round An inert practice bomb / shell casing / mortar round. Cigar shaped metal tube with stabilizing fins on bottom. It appears to have the original safety pin. Side is stenciled "8-1/2 LB II, P&S-54; Break-Up". (It does NOT weigh 8-1/2 lbs.) Great decoration piece or for a collector. Measures 18.5" long x 3" diameter. See more inert bombs in lot #s 38, 136, 248, and 319. Tag Words: Military surplus, WW1, WWII, militaria, ammunition, firearm, gun ZB9074 MKL

39 - Germany Iron Cross 2nd Class 3 Pc Construction Genuine 3 piece construction WWII Germany Iron Cross 2nd Class with ribbon. One side is marked as follows: Crown on top, Large W in center and dated 1914, the other side is Crown on top with FW underneath, Floral Shield in center and dated 1813. Hallmarked W&E. Condition is very nice with ribbon separated at top and no hang bar. ZC1955 DT

40 - Firearm Springfield 1864 50 cal Black Powder Rifle Civil War era US Springfield Model 1864 in .50 Caliber Ball & Cap Percussion Black Powder Rifle features round 40” barrel; original ram rod; wood stock; steel butt plate; 56" overall length, fixed front blade and rear v-notch sights; three barrel bands; and sling swivels. Markings include “U.S. Springfield - 1864” & Eagle stamp on bolster, proof marks, “U” on barrel bands, and “1864” on barrel tang. There are two Cartouche marks on the left side of the stock. Condition grades at 70%. Used. ANTIQUE BLACK POWDER - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “The U.S Model 1863 Type II, also known as the Model 1864, was the U.S. Army's last regulation muzzle-loader. Over 250,000 rifle-muskets of this pattern were completed at Springfield Armory, and these long arms saw extensive use in the last year of the Civil War. The Type II is nearly identical to the Model 1863 Type I, but saw a return to band springs rather than screws as a means to secure barrel bands. The barrel bands themselves were solid rather than split, as in the Type I. In addition, a single-leaf rear sight replaced the earlier two-leaf sight, and some parts which had been blued on the Type I were without finish on the newer design.” Tag words: Gun, Continental, Black Powder, Sport Shooting, Hunting, Civil War, North, South, Union, Confederate ZB1241 40 SWW

41 - Firearm (3) M1A1 Thompson 30 rd. .45 cal Magazines Lot of (3) Military Surplus .45 caliber 30 rd. Magazines for the Thompson M1 or Thompson M1A1 Sub-Machine Guns. Used. From the internet, “The M1A1, standardized in October 1942 as the United States Submachine Gun, Cal. .45, M1A1, could be produced in half the time of the M1928A1, and at a much lower cost. The main difference between the M1 and M1A1 was the bolt. The M1 bolt had a floating firing pin and hammer, the bolt of the M1A1 had the firing pin machined to the face of the bolt, eliminating unnecessary parts. The reinforced stock and protective sight wings were standard. The 30-round magazine became more common. In 1939, Thompsons cost the government $209 apiece. By the spring of 1942, cost reduction design changes had brought this down to $70. In February 1944, the M1A1 reached a low price of $45 each, including accessories and spare parts, although the difference in price between the M1 and M1A1 was only $0.06. By the end of the war, the M1A1 was replaced with the even lower-cost M3 (commonly called the "Grease Gun").” Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, 45ACP, .45 ACP, .45ACP, 45 Auto, .45Auto, .45 Auto, .45Auto ZB9139 41 SWW

42 - Antique Tycoon 7-Shot Rim-Fire Revolver Antique 7-Shot Single Action Revolver called Tycoon by Johnson Bye of Worchester, MA from 1873 to 1887 in .22 short. Features Single Action, nickel finish, solid flat frame; rosewood bird-head grips, 2.5” round barrel, 6" overall length, front bead sight, and spur hammer & trigger. Condition grades at 40% with pitting, and oxidation spots – mechanics have not been checked. Used. ANTIQUE – NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Word: Gun, Collectible, Historic, Bicycle Gun, Pocket Gun, Boot Gun Z12 42 SWW

43 - Firearm Replica Non-Firing British Sterling Mk 4 S This is an excellent replica of a British Sterling Mk 4 SMG for NON-FIRING DISPLAY ONLY. The display piece has many original parts which add to the authentic feel! From the internet, “There’s a reason George Lucas equipped his Storm Troopers with Sterling-based blasters and not MAT 49’s, Jati-matics or Owens. The Sterling is one sexy-looking submachine gun (SMG). It’s also got some serious pedigree. Fighting forces have deployed the Sterling SMG in many important conflicts to excellent effect. During the 1952-56 “Mau Mau Uprising” white Kenyan farmers and British counter-insurgency irregular units used the Sterling SMG to hold off determined, numerically superior forces. The Sterling also saw service in the 1948-60 Malayan Emergency, the 1969-1994 “troubles” in Northern Ireland and the 1982 Falklands War. The Sterling’s design harkens back to WW1’s German Bergmann-Schmeisser MP-18 SMG. Improvements on that weapon led to the Erma MP-28 and the Austrian Steyr – Solothurn S1-100 / MP-34. The British developed the Sten gun in 1940, largely to replace the huge stockpile of weapons it involuntarily donated to the Wehrmacht at Dunkirk. George W. Patchett of the Sterling Armament Company of Dagenham, Essex, England was tasked with the job. The early versions were named the “Patchett” in his honor—until someone in Sterling’s marketing department came to their senses. In any event, the Sterling/ Patchett is an updated version of the Sten that incorporates many features of the Erma MP -28 and corrects some the reliability issues associated with the Sten.” NON-FIRING REPLICA - DISPLAY ONLY – NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Accessories, Machine Gun, Korean War, Vietnam War, WWII, WW II, WW2, WW 2, ZC1955 43 SWW

44 - Military match Cases Iron Cross & Le Mans WWI WWI German Match Box Covers made of brass: First has a 1914 Dated Iron Cross with a W in the center. The cross measures 1.5" tall. The other case is marked Le Mans inside of a ribbon and above the ribbon is an enameled button or insignia with a Rooster on top of a dead Eagle. Both Cases measure 2.5" tall and 1.5" across. Could be Trench Art. ZC1955 DT

45 - Gun Rock River LAR-458 in 458 SOCOM SemiAuto Rifle Rock River Arms Model LAR-458 in .458 SOCOM caliber Semi Auto Rifle (MLIA) is an AR-15 style rifle that features black matte finish, solid synthetic stock, 12.5” carbon-fiber handguard, 1 magazine included, forward assist, brass deflector, safety selector, upper receiver Picatinny rail, 17" chrome moly bull barrel, birdcage flash suppressor, sling swivels, and black thermoplastic pistol grip. Condition grades at New in Case with papers. Tag Word: Firearm, M4, Tactical, AR15, AR-15, Military, Prepper, Prepping, 458SOCOM, .458SOCOM, 458 SOCOM, .458 SOCOM D1609 Rock River LAR-458 in 458 SOCOM Serial Number AM1001793 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

46 - Early Marine Corps Haitian Campaign Medal Early release #645 (on edge) American Marine Corps Haitian Campaign Medal. Condition is very nice with normal handling marks. Ribbon is torn and the face plate on the upper ribbon bar is missing. A very rare medal. The Haitian Campaign Medal was a military decoration of the United States Navy which was issued in the year 1917 and again in the year 1921. The decoration was intended for service members of both the Navy and Marine Corps who had participated in Haitian peacekeeping actions between the years of 1915 and 1920. The first period of service, for which the Haitian Campaign Medal was authorized, was from July 9 to December 6, 1915. The Haitian Campaign Medal was awarded to any member of the Navy or Marine Corps, who had served on active duty during the aforementioned dates, and was attached to the United States fleet of Rear Admiral William B. Caperton. The Haitian Campaign Medal was authorized again in December 1921 and was presented to any member of the Navy or Marine Corps who had performed military operations in Haiti between the dates of April 1, 1919 and June 15, 1920.[2] The medal, itself, is different in appearance depending on which time period the award was authorized although the award ribbon is the same for both periods of award eligibility. ZC1955

47 - Gun Colt DA 38 (1896) in 38 LC Dbl Act Revolver Pre-WWI Colt Model DA 38 in .38 Long Colt Revolver is the civilian model of the New Army 1896 model without lanyard ring. Markings include top of barrel, “Colt’s PT F.A. Mfg Co, Hartford CT USA – Patented Aug 5, 1884 – Nov 6.88 – Mar 5.95” left side of barrel above ejector rod, “COLT. D.A. 38”. All visible last-4 of serial no.’s match ‘4519’ on the cylinder latch, inside of cylinder, bottom of barrel under ejector rod, inside of frame grip, and butt-plate. The Colt Inspector’s initials “RAE” marked on frame above left grip. Features Single/Double Action, 6” blued steel barrel, 6 cartridge cylinder, fixed front blade & integral rear groove sights, exposed serrated hammer, blued steel cylinder & frame, and original wood grips. This vintage Colt revolver is tight with no rattles, a solid hammer drop, and the oiled wood grips have no cracks. The bluing finish is turning a grey patina; the cylinder has a slight wobble, the bore is pretty clean, the lands & grooves are visible and the mechanics function very well. These early colt DA revolvers were some of the first swing-out cylinder double action revolvers ever made, and Colt revolutionized revolvers with this new design; great collectible firearm. Used. From the internet: “In 1892 the gun was adopted by the Army in .38 Long Colt caliber, and the revolver was given the appellation New Army and Navy. Initial experience with the gun caused officials to request some improvements. This would be an ongoing condition, resulting in Models 1892, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1901 and 1903, as well as a Model 1905 Marine Corps variant.” Tag Word: Firearm, Medium Frame, Service, Lightweight, Militaria, Memorabilia, World War 1, WW1, WW 1, WW I, 38LC, .38 LC, .38LC, 38 Long Colt, .38 Long Colt, 38Long Colt, .38Long Colt D9210 Colt Model DA 38 in .38 LC Serial Number 104519 DA Revolver ZB1709 SWW

48 - Lot of (4) Assorted SpyderCo Folding Knives This is a great lot with (4) SpyderCo brand Folding Knives. Includes (1) 1998 SpyderCo G2 Lock Blade Folding Knife with serrated blade; (1) 1993 SpyderCo AUS-8 Folding Lock Blade Knife with serrated blade; (1) 1997 SpyderCo Lightweight Eagle Lock Folding Knife with serrated blade; and (1) 2003 SpyderCo CPMS30V Lock Blade Folding Knife with single-edge blade. From the internet, “Since starting Spyderco we've been told our knives are different, peculiar, even out there. All true. Thinking beyond established knife industry barriers allowed us to introduce new and radical innovations to the knife culture including: One-hand opening, serrations on a folder and a clip to attach a knife to a pocket. We didn't go into business to rake in a mountain of dough we're here for more selfish reasons- indulging our passion for creating knives. Spyderco is definitely out of the norm in the knife industry in our dedication to researching and developing fresh, improved and better performing materials all with function and reliability being key. Our recognizable appearance is a result of designing ergonomic functional tools rather than applying lipstick and nylons to a pocketknife. We may look curious, homely, whatever, but we'll never be called unusable or undependable. When you purchase a Spyderco you are buying a high-quality reliable cutting tool designed and manufactured for peak performance and ergonomic comfort. Those Who Know Carry Spyderco.” Tag Words: weapon, Knife, Switchblade, folding, defense, tactical, ZB8812 48 SWW

49 - Firearm 15.5 Lbs. of Assorted Handgun Brass Nice lot of approximately 15.5 lbs. of assorted handgun brass casings for reloads, some new. Calibers include .40 S&W (new R&P); .40 S&W (fired 1x Midway); .40 S&W (used); .40 S&W (sized & primed); .44 Magnum (used); .45 ACP (new); .45 ACP (sized & primed); and .45 Long Colt (new Winchester). Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, 40S&W, .40 S&W, .40S&W, 40 SW, 40SW, .40 SW, .40SW, 40 Smith & Wesson, .40 Smith & Wesson, 40Smith & Wesson, .40Smith & Wesson, .40 Smith&Wesson 44Mag, .44 Mag, .44Mag, 44 Magnum, .44 Magnum, 44Magnum, .44Magnum, .44 Rem Mag, 44 rem mag, .44RemMag, 45ACP, .45 ACP, .45ACP,45 Auto, .45Auto, .45 Auto, .45Auto, 45LC, .45 LC, .45LC, 45 Long Colt, .45 Long Colt, 45Long Colt, .45Long Colt, 45 Colt ZB7896 49 SWW

50 - Gun DPMS LR-338 in 338 Fed Semi Auto Rifle DPMS Panther Arms Model LR-338 in .338 Fed caliber Semi-Auto Rifle (TLL) is an AR-15 style rifle chambered for .338 Federal ammunition. Features black matte finish, Zytel skeleton stock, 12.5” carbon-fiber handguard, (1) 20 rd. magazine included, forward assist, brass deflector, safety selector, 18" 416 stainless steel barrel, birdcage muzzle brake, upper Picatinny rail , sling swivels with canvas sling attached, and black thermoplastic pistol grip. Condition grades at 95%. Used in case with spare 10 rd. magazine and cleaning kit. Tag Word: Firearm, M4, Tactical, AR15, AR-15, Military, Prepper, Prepping, 338Fed, .338Fed, 338 Federal, .338 Federal D7871 DPMS LR-338 in .338 Fed Serial Number 338-002751 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

51 - Gun Colt Commander (LW) in 45 ACP Semi-Auto Pistol Nice Colt Model Commander (Light Weight) in .45 ACP Semi-Auto Pistol (CLL) features Single Action, 4.25” barrel length, 8” overall length. Fixed front & rear 3-Dot sights, matte black steel slide and frame, Colt textured wood grips, front & rear serrated slide, 8+1 round capacity magazine, aluminum trigger, and combat style enhanced hammer. Condition grades at 95%. Used in Box with lock, papers, and (1) spare magazine. From the internet, “The Colt Lightweight Commander affords enthusiasts the ability to concealed-carry a real 1911 platform pistol comfortably. With a shorter profile and lower weight than a traditional full size Government Model” Tag Words: Firearm, 1911, Carry Conceal, Collectible, 45ACP, .45 ACP, .45ACP,45 Auto, .45Auto, .45 Auto, .45Auto E2363 Colt Model Commander LW in 45 ACP Serial Number TCC0546 Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

52 - Gun Bersa Thunder 380cc in 380ACP Semi Auto Pistol Bersa Model Thunder 380cc in 380 ACP Semi-Automatic Pistol features Double Action, 3.25” barrel length, 6” overall length, extra low profile front blade integral with slide & rear notch-bar dovetailed sights, combat style trigger guard, slim slide release, Micro-polished bore with sharp deep rifling, (2) flat bottom 8 shot magazines, integral locking system, matte black steel slide and frame, black polymer grips, and concealed hammer. Weighs 16.4 oz.; perfect for concealed carry. Condition grades at 90% due to slight exterior wear. Used in leather flap holster with spare magazine. From the internet: “The Thunder 380 CC has become a leader among concealed carry handguns by earning a reputation of reliability, accuracy and durability. Extremely compact and strong, the 380 CC’s quality design and engineering provide the shooter enhanced balance during those critical seconds. Features like the loaded chamber indicator, extended capacity magazine and slide sights make the 380 CC a perfect CCW sidearm. At just over a pound, you won’t even know you’re carrying it. Possessing attributes of more expensive guns, the Thunder 380 CC is truly a personal protection “Best Buy”.” Tag Word: Firearm, carry conceal, CCW, women, small, lightweight, 380ACP, .380 ACP, .380ACP, 380 Auto, .380Auto, .380 Auto, .380Auto, 380 Automatic Colt Pistol, .380 Automatic Colt Pistol, 9 MM Kurtz. 9MM Kurtz, 9x17 MM, 9x17 Browning Short, 9 x 17 Browning Short E2307 Bersa Model Thunder 380cc in 380 ACP Serial Number 837430 Semi Auto Pistol ZB9139 SWW

53 - Firearm Mass Arms Co Smith’s Carbine in 50 caliber Mass Arms Model Smith's Carbine in .50 caliber Single Shot Rifle. This rifle is in excellent condition and is an all-original Civil War Smith Carbine. This Carbine was manufactured by the Massachusetts Arms Company located in Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. Approximately 30,000 Smith Carbines were manufactured during the war and this is one of the earliest made. This Carbine is .50 caliber percussion. The US Government had almost exclusive use of the Smith Carbine production during the war and assigned serial numbers to the various manufacturers. The left side of the receiver is stamped, "ADDRESS / POULTNEY & TRIMBLE / BALTIMORE, U.S.A." Below the address line just behind the sling ring bar is stamped, "SMITH'S PATENT / JUNE 23 1857." Towards the front left side of the receiver, stamped is "MANUFACTURED BY / MASS ARMS CO. / CHICOPEE FALLS." The stampings are all clear. The receiver still retains areas of original case colors and has a pleasing brown patina throughout. The breech area also still has some original case colors and the barrel still retains areas of the original blue finish with the balance turning brown along its entire length. The original brazed front sight base and brass front sight blade is present. The original adjustable rear sight is also present and the elevation bar still moves throughout the length of the rear sight leaf. The bore still has strong rifling present. The breech area has evidence of firing use but was relatively well maintained. The original hammer shows small areas of original case colors. The original black walnut stocks are in excellent condition with no chips and only small dings and match perfectly. The original barrel band is present and has largely turned a brown color. The original butt plate is also present. The original brass disconnector in front of the trigger is present and the connection arm still works as it should although it has worn over time and is not as tight in battery as it once was. Overall, this is a simply superb Civil War Smith Carbine and would stand out in any collection by itself. ANTIQUE - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “The Smith Carbine was a 0.50 caliber breech-loading rifle patented by Gilbert Smith on June 23, 1857 and successfully completed the Military Trials of the late 1850s. It was used by various cavalry units during the American Civil War. The Smith Carbine was unique in that it broke apart in the middle for loading and it used rubber cartridges which sealed the gases in the breech. The downside was that these cartridges were difficult to remove.” Tag Words: Gun, Vintage, Civil War, Wild West, .50, 50, .50 cal, .50cal, 50 cal, 50cal Z12 53 SWW

54 - Gun Taurus PT1911 SS in 45 ACP Semi Auto Pistol Nice Taurus PT1911 SS in .45 ACP Semi-Auto Pistol (ELL) features Single Action, 5” barrel length, 8.5” overall length, Heinie 3-Dot sights, stainless Steel slide, frame & beavertail, 8+1 rd. capacity (1 magazine included), molded black rubber grips, and combat style hammer. Condition grades at 90+%. Used. From the internet, “Destined to become the standard that all 1911 pistols are compared against, the Taurus 1911 offers you the most accurate and feature-laden model on the market today. Starting with our own hammer-forged -not cast - ordnance grade steel frames, slides and barrels, we machine each and every part to tolerance levels that surpass even today's industry standards. Our skilled pistol-smiths hand-fit and tune each gun with the 19 standard features seen below, using quality parts that are built 100% in our state-of-the-art factory. Then they mark the slide, barrel and frame with matching serial numbers. Available in the powerful .45 ACP, this aggressive, rock-solid firearm is ready to go right out of the box. The Taurus 1911 is an unbeatable gun that is also an unbeatable value.” Tag Words: Firearm, 1911, Collectible, 45ACP, .45 ACP, .45ACP, 45 Auto, .45Auto, .45 Auto, .45Auto, 45 Automatic Colt Pistol, .45 Automatic Colt Pistol E2386 Taurus Model M1911 SS in 45 ACP Serial Number NBM34606 Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

55 - Firearm Gahendra Martini-Henry Breech-Load Rifle This 1880’s era Nepalese Gahendra Martini-Henry Breech-Loading Rifle in .450/.577 caliber was part of a massive shipment of antique firearms from the Royal Nepalese Armory in the Lagan Silekhana Palace in Katmandu, Nepal. Rifle features 32.25” barrel; 49.5” overall length; breech-loading percussion design; receiver assembly; plunger rod; fixed blade front & slide ramp adjustable rear sights; unique trigger guard tang; steel butt-plate; and sling swivels with leather sling attached. ANTIQUE - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “Based on an 1869 Westley Richards patented design, this unique and extremely rare early breech loading Military Rifle .450/.577 Martini Henry caliber was produced under the direction of General Gahendra Rana in the 1880's to provide Ghurka regiments with what appeared to be the latest British Military Rifle. An ingenious design, it really surpassed the standard Martini in that its entire action was removable as one unit for ease of servicing or exchange. Production however caused massive logistic problems and by 1894 the Ghurkas were dangerously short of viable .450 cal. breechloaders to face ever growing threats from the east. Finally the British came to the rescue with a delivery of several thousand Martini short lever rifles in late 1894 and even more long lever Martini Rifles in 1908. The over complicated Gahendra Rifle was thereafter basically shelved, the void in up-to-date arms having been met. Always considered the rarest Martini variety of all, the Gahendra Rifle has a characteristic loading lever but in other respects closely resembles the standard Martini externally. ” Tag words: Gun, Continental, Replica, Sport Shooting, Hunting, Black Powder, Percussion, Ball & Cap ZC1955 55 SWW

56 - 1815 Hanoverian Waterloo Medal Named! 1815 Hanoverian Waterloo Medal without The Loop or attachment. Side of medal is named but words are not all clear. Condition is fair with damage throughout the medal. Obverse and reverse show dings and scratches and damage. Details are still clear. A very rare medal seldom offered for sale in any condition! Hanoverian Waterloo medal was instituted by the Prince Regent for award to survivors from Hanover to all ranks who served at the battles of Ligny, Quatre Bras and Waterloo 16th-18th June 1815. The Medal was made of Silver and was 34.5 mm in Diameter. It was fitted with a steel ring and clip. The ribbon was crimson with dark blue edging. The front shows the Bust of Prince George III facing right with the words – GEORG PRINZ REGENT 1815. On the reverse it has Laurels, standards with the words– HANNOVERSCHER TAPFERKEIT WATERLOO JUN XVIII. On the edge of this medal is impressed with details of the recipient. A total of 11,000 were made. ZC1955 DT

57 - Gun Czech CZ-52 in 7.62x25 Semi Auto Pistol PW Arms imported 1950’s era Czech Model CZ-52 in 7.62x25 Semi-Automatic Pistol features roller-locked short recoil-operated, Single Action, 3.5” barrel length, 8.25” overall length, fixed front blade &V-notch rear sights, flat bottom 8 rd. magazine, parkerized slide and frame, 8+1 round capacity, original Bakelite grips, combat-style hammer, and lanyard loop. Condition grades at 90% due to slight exterior wear. Used in leather flap holster. Tag Word: Firearm, Carry Conceal, Military, Surplus, Soviet, 7.62x25Tokarev, 7.62x25MM Tokarev, 7.62x25 MM Tokarev, 7.62x25Tok, 7.62x25 Tok E2300 Czech Model CZ-52 in 7.62x25 Serial Number N9978 Semi Auto Pistol ZB9139 SWW

58 - Sterling Silver Military Pins Marines 2 Large Pins both made of Sterling Silver: U.S. Marine Corps Military Sterling Silver Eagle Globe Anchor EGA Hat Pin marked Sterling & 596 that is 1.75" tall. Also a large 2.25" tall Pin of Eagle on top of an American Shield. Both Pins in great condition. ZC1955 DT

59 - 2 WWI Victory Medals & 2 Great War Medals This lot contains 4 Medals1 2 WWII Military Victory Medals with the original ribbons and bars. Medals are in nice condition, the ribbons show loose threads and separation. One is missing the hanging pin at the top of the ribbon. Also 2 "The Great War for Civilization 1914-1919. both in good condition, the ribbons are missing the hanging bar, and one ribbon is torn. . Original World War One period medals. The front of the bronze medal features a winged Victory holding a shield and sword on the front. The back of the bronze medal features "The Great War For Civilization" in all caps curved along the top of the medal. Curved along the bottom of the back of the medal are six stars, three on either side of the center column of seven staffs wrapped in a cord. The top of the staff has a round ball on top and is winged on the side. The staff is on top of a shield that says "U" on the left side of the staff and "S" on the right side of the staff. On left side of the staff it lists one country per line: France, Italy, Serbia, Japan, Montenegro, Russia and Greece. On the right side of the staff the country names read: Great Britain, Belgium, Brazil, Portugal, Rumania and China. ZC1955 DT

60 - Firearm Antique Springfield 1873 Trapdoor Rifle This very rare Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor in 45-70 caliber (Black Powder Cartridge Ammunition) Breach-Loading Single Shot Rifle was manufactured in 1882. Features a 32" round steel barrel; case-hardened steel receiver; ‘Trapdoor’ breach-loading port; and half-cock hammer safety. The top of the trapdoor is marked "US MODEL 1873” (the model # is truly a deeply stamped 1873, not 1878) and “US SPRINGFIELD” with the federal eagle emblem on the right side of the action; as well as other inspector markings (cartouches on left side & bottom of stock). Other features include a smooth one-piece straight hardwood stock & forearm with 2 barrel bands; fixed front & adjustable flip-up rear sights; 2 sling swivels; steel plunger rod; smooth trigger; serrated cocking hammer; and a crescent-shaped steel butt-plate stamped “US”. Overall condition grades at a strong 75% and the rifle appears to be all original; no cracks or chips in the wood but normal handling marks and dings for a rifle this age. Metal finish appears to be the original worn bluing. This rifle makes a great investment piece. From the internet, “During the Civil War, General George A. Custer led U.S. Cavalry, armed with Spencer repeating carbines, in many charges against Confederate forces. After the war, however, the Army selected new guns. Strangely, single-shot Springfield "trapdoors" prevailed. Custer, who by then was fighting Natives, was continuing to enjoy success with his Spencer’s and objected to the single-shot guns, but his argument did not prevail. Later, armed with "trapdoors," an out-numbered Custer led his troops in an attack at the Little Big Horn against Natives armed with repeaters. He lost both his command and his life. This specimen attests to Army logic of that period, which thought repeaters to be wasteful of ammunition. Losses such as Custer's eventually convinced U.S. military thinkers that repeating arms should be adopted.” ANTIQUE - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Words: Gun, Vintage, Cowboy, Winchester, Wild West, .45-70, 45-70, Big Bore, Hunting, Buffalo Z12 60 SWW

61 - Firearm Trijicon ACOG Reflex II Sight The Trijicon ACOG (Advanced Combat Optical Gunsights) Reflex II Sight offers a compact dual-illumination that gives shooters next-generation technology for super-fast any-light aiming without batteries. The Quick Release Mounting System makes mounting fast and easy. Developed for the military for use in both-eyes-open Close Quarters Battle (CQB) situations, the Reflex sight features an amber aiming dot that is illuminated both by light from the target area and from a tritium lamp. Key features include 6.5 Minute of Angle (MOA); windage & elevation adjustments; glow-in-the-dark tritium; special 24-layer dichroic mirror lens; fluorescent fiber light-gathering system; and polarizing filter. New in foam padded box with papers. Tag words: Gun, hunting, zero, target, sight, scope, laser, combat, optics Z12 61 SWW

62 - Gun Zastava M48A in 8 MM Bolt Action Rifle Yugoslavian Zastava Model M48A Mauser in 8 MM Bolt Action Military Rifle comes with leather sling. Rifle features blue finish on all machined steel parts with Yugoslavian Crest stamped on receiver; one-piece wood stock with top & bottom wood handguards; standard military sights; and cleaning rod. Other features include turned-down bolt, and vented rubber recoil pad over cup-style steel butt-plate. Firearm has all matching visible serial #s. These rifles have not been available for a long time and are a must for the military rifle collector as very few of these true M48 rifles are available. Used. From the internet: “The M48 Mauser is a post-World War II Yugoslavian/Serbian version of the Belgian Fabrique Nationale designed Mauser model 1924 short rifle. After World War II, the Serbo-Croatians took this design and incorporated modifications based upon Germany's Mauser Karabiner 98K at the Zastava Arms (formally Kragujevac Arsenal) plant, which was at that time under the control of the postwar communist government. Although similar in general appearance to that of the German rifle, many of the parts of these two rifles are not interchangeable especially the bolt and related action parts. The main difference between the M48 and the K98k is that the M48 uses an intermediate-length receiver. They are usually easily identified by the top handguard, which extends behind the rear sight and ends just in front of the receiver ring, although this feature exists on other models as well.” Tag Words: Firearm, Surplus, 8 MM, 8MM, 8x57 MM, 8x57MM, 8x57 MM Mauser E2316 Zastava Model M48A in 8 MM Serial Number 24094 Bolt Action Rifle ZB9139 SWW

63 - Lot of (4) Assorted SpyderCo Folding Knives This is a great lot with (4) SpyderCo brand Folding Knives. Includes (1) 2005 SpyderCo V8-10 Lock Blade Folding Knife with serrated blade & Titanium handle; (1) 1991 SpyderCo Pro Folding Lock Blade Knife with partial-serrated blade; (1) 1990 SpyderCo Clip-It Endura Lock Folding Knife with single-edge blade; and (1) 2002 SpyderCo Mini Lock Blade Folding Knife with serrated blade. From the internet, “Since starting Spyderco we've been told our knives are different, peculiar, even out there. All true. Thinking beyond established knife industry barriers allowed us to introduce new and radical innovations to the knife culture including: One-hand opening, serrations on a folder and a clip to attach a knife to a pocket. We didn't go into business to rake in a mountain of dough we're here for more selfish reasons- indulging our passion for creating knives. Spyderco is definitely out of the norm in the knife industry in our dedication to researching and developing fresh, improved and better performing materials all with function and reliability being key. Our recognizable appearance is a result of designing ergonomic functional tools rather than applying lipstick and nylons to a pocketknife. We may look curious, homely, whatever, but we'll never be called unusable or undependable. When you purchase a Spyderco you are buying a high-quality reliable cutting tool designed and manufactured for peak performance and ergonomic comfort. Those Who Know Carry Spyderco.” Tag Words: weapon, Knife, Switchblade, folding, defense, tactical, ZB8812 63 SWW

64 - Bayonet British Ross Rifle With Sheath Rare Ross Rifle Bayonet for the rare and hard to obtain British Ross Rifle. Bayonet measures 12.5" long and is in good condition with signs of early sharpening. Sheath is original and in very good condition. A must have to complete your WWI Ross Rifle. ZC1955 DT

65 - Firearm Antique T. Barker Black Powder SxS Shotgun Antique T. Barker of Belgium Black Powder Side x Side Ball & Cap Percussion Shotgun features (2) round 29” side-by-side laminated steel choke-bored barrels in 12 ga.; two percussion hammers; thumb breach latch; checkered wood stock & forearm; steel butt plate; 45.5" overall length; and fixed bead front sight. Condition grades at 95%. Used. ANTIQUE BLACK POWDER - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Gun, Continental, Black Powder, Sport Shooting, Hunting Z12 65 SWW

66 - Gun Olympic Arms MFR in 7.62x39 Semi Auto Rifle Olympic Arms Model MFR in 7.62x39mm Semi Auto Rifle (CLL) is an AR-15 style rifle with a NoStar 1-40 Red/Green Tactical Scope attached. Rifle features black matte finish, 6-position telescoping stock, round carbine length free-floating aluminum handguard, 5 rd. magazine included, forward assist, brass deflector, safety selector, Billet Aluminum Picatinny rail flat-top upper receiver, Billet Aluminum Lower, button rifled 16" 416 stainless steel bull barrel w/ 1:10 twist, sling swivels, and black thermoplastic pistol grip. Condition grades at 95%+, Like New. Tag Word: Firearm, M4, Tactical, AR15, AR-15, Military, Prepper, Prepping, 7.62x39MM, 7.62 x 39 MM, 7.62 x 39MM E2374 Olympic Arms MFR in 7.62x39MM Serial Number CH3066 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

67 - Gun Winchester 94 in 32 WS Lever Action Rifle A very nice Winchester Model 94 in .32 Win Spl Lever Action Rifle. The rifle features a factory 20" blued steel barrel; ramp blade, adjustable leaf spring rear sights & tang-mounted adjustable peep-hole sight; case-hardened steel receiver; serrated hammer spur; barrel band; and steel butt-plate. Condition grades at a strong 90%. This rifle is a nice original ranch or cowboy rifle that is a must have for anyone who collects fine Winchesters. Tag Words: Firearm, Vintage, Cowboy, Winchester, Wild West, 32WS, .32WS, .32WinSpl, 32 Win Spl, .32Win Spl, 32 Winchester Special, .32 Winchester Special, .32 WS, 32 WS E2293 Winchester Model 94 in 32 WS Caliber Serial Number 1528962 Lever Action Rifle Z12 SWW

68 - 4 19th Century Antique Leather Black Powder Flasks 2 Antique Leather & Brass Black Powder Flasks. 19th century hunting or defending oneself. Possible Civil War era. They all have a great patina and show age and use wear. Lot includes: - One rectangular leather black powder flask with brass stopper. Used to keep extra black powder to load into flasks or horns. Measures 9" long by 5.5" wide by 1" deep. Has two buckles that held a leather shoulder or saddle strap. - One leather hunters black powder flask with embossed hunting scene of game such as a rabbit and water fowl. Brass stopper and spout that has a self measuring lever part so you have the right amount of powder. Measures 6" long by 3.25" wide. - Leather black powder flask with Brass stopper and spout that has a self measuring lever part so you have the right amount of powder. Measures 8.25" long by 3" wide. - Rare Black Powder bag flask with a wood spout and stopper. Interesting, the bag has printed letters on it but is hard to read. Measures 8" long by 3.5" at the widest point. Nice lot. Tag Words: Hunting, War, Battle, Indian, Firearm, Musket Loading, Shooting ZB9074 TKT

69 - Gun Marlin 336 in 30-30 Caliber Lever Action Rifle Marlin Model 336 in 30-30 Caliber Lever Action Rifle (ECL) is a great firearm for new or advanced hunters. Features blued steel receiver, barrel, lever, trigger guard plate, magazine tube and loading gate. Other features include hardwood pistol-grip style stock and forend; 20” blued micro-groove steel barrel; 5+1 rd. capacity tube magazine; adjustable semi-buckhorn folding rear sight, fully hooded bead front sight; gold-plate trigger; serrated hammer spur; solid top receiver tapped for scope mount; hammer block safety; and hard rubber butt-plate. Condition grades at 90%. Used. From the internet, “The Marlin 336 has been around for quite some time; it appeared around 1948 as the successor to Marlin’s Model 36 from 1936. The Marlin 336 is the second largest selling high-powered sporting rifle in U.S. history, second only to Winchester's Model 94. What seems to have made the 336 the lasting success, in addition to its obvious build quality and durability, is the ease of scope mounting, which the Model 94 never could properly address. The centerfire Model 336 and the rimfire Model 39A define “Marlin." The .30-30 has always been a proper whitetail cartridge, increasing in lethality in concert with the seasoning of the hunter.” Tag Words: Firearm, Sport, Target, Hunting, Military, Cowboy, 30-30, .30-30, 30-30 Win, 30-30Win, .30-30 Win, .30-30Win, 30-30 Winchester, .30-30 Winchester D9259 Marlin Model 336 in 30-30 Caliber Serial Number 6942150 Lever Action Rifle Z12 SWW

70 - Gun German K98 Mauser in 8mm Military Rifle Surplus German Model K98 Mauser in 8mm Bolt Action Military Rifle features blue finish, 24” barrel, wood stock, standard military sights, bayonet lug, bent bolt, and cleaning rod. Markings indicate rifle was made in 1942 with maker’s proof stamps and 3 Nazi stamps. All serial numbers match with low SN. Condition grades at 85% with wear consistent with age. Used. From the internet: “The K98 model was adopted in 1935 as the standard service rifle by the German Wehrmacht. It was one of the final developments in the long line of Mauser military rifles. Although supplemented by semi- and fully automatic rifles during World War II, it remained the primary German service rifle until the end of World War II in 1945. Millions were captured by the Soviets at the conclusion of World War II and were widely distributed as military aid. The K98 therefore continues to appear in conflicts across the world as they are taken out of storage during times of strife. The K98 is a controlled-feed bolt-action rifle based on the Mauser M 98 system. Its internal magazine could be loaded with five cartridges from a stripper clip or one-by-one. Each rifle was furnished with a short length of cleaning rod, fitted through the bayonet stud. The joined rods from 3 rifles provided one full-length cleaning rod.” Tag Words: Firearm, Surplus, 8 MM, 8MM, 8x57 MM, 8x57MM, 8x57 MM Mauser E2224 German Model K98 Mauser in 7.62 Serial Number 968 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

71 - Award Lot of (12) 1930’s Nazi Memorabilia This is a hard to find lot of (12) 1930’s era German Nazi memorabilia items that includes pins, badges, awards and a pocket mini-booklet of Hitler. Items are not individually identified by type or composition. Tag Words: Militaria, Memorabilia, Europe, German, Accessories, Insignia, Medal, Badge, Regalia, Uniform, Decorations, Accouterments ZB8950 71 SWW

72 - Gun Webley Mark VI in 455 Webley TopBreak Revolver Highly collectable Webley Model Mark VI Top Break in .455 Webley caliber Double Action Revolver features Double Action; nickel finish; automatic extraction on break open; 6” square steel barrel; 6 cartridge cylinder; fixed front blade & rear notch sight; serrated hammer; steel cylinder & frame; correct black hard rubber grips; and lanyard loop. Condition grades at 85+% wear consistent with age. Used. From the internet, “Perhaps best known as a manufacturer of handguns, the Webley name's association with firearms extends to the early 19th century. Brothers Philip and James Webley of Birmingham, England, were both established firearms manufacturers by 1835, and after James' death in 1856 and the closure of Samuel Colt's London factory in 1857, the path was clear for Philip and his sons, Thomas William and Henry, to enter and later to dominate the production of factory-produced British handguns which featured interchangeable parts. The firm's military revolvers trace their roots to an initial 1887 British government order for 10,000 P. Webley & Sons double-action top-break Mark I Revolvers. Modifications to the basic design in 1894 and 1897 led to the introduction of the Mark II and Mark III revolvers. During 1897, P. Webley & Sons merged with gun-making firms Richard Ellis & Son and W. & C. Scott and Sons, and the new company continued in business under the banner of Webley & Scott. The Mark VI is similar to the Mk V, but with a squared-off "target" style grip (as opposed to the "bird's-beak" style found on earlier marks and models) and a 6-inch (150 mm) barrel. Officially adopted 24 May 1915, and also manufactured by RSAF Enfield under the designation Pistol, Revolver, Webley, No. 1 Mk VI 1921–1926.” Tag Words: Firearm, Medium Frame, Service, Lightweight, Militaria, Memorabilia, 455 Webley, .455 Webley, .455 Eley. 455 Eley, .455 Colt, 455 Colt E2296 Webley Model Mark VI in 455 Webley Serial Number 366724 Revolver ZB9139 SWW

73 - 1900 British War China Medal Boxer Rebellion A very rare 1900 British War Medal "China" Issued for the Boxer Rebellion and awarded to C.V. Breakell Medal is in fair + condition with great details. Hoop is missing and you will see dings and scratches throughout both the obverse and reverse. Please take time to view the photos as this medal shows great details and again very rare. From Wikipedia: The H.M.S Goliath Since the Turkish Army had no long range cannons, battleships with large calibre armament like Goliath were able to remain out of range and had caused extensive casualties on the Turkish side. Though it seemed impossible, the Turkish General Staff decided to sink Goliath. On the night of 12–13 May, Goliath was anchored in Morto Bay off Cape Mehmetçik (Cape Helles), along with Cornwallis and a screen of five destroyers, in foggy conditions. Around 01:00 on 13 May, the Turkish torpedo boat destroyer Muâvenet-i Millîye eluded the destroyers Beagle and Bulldog and three others and closed on the battleships. The Muâvenet-i Millîye reversed down the Dardanelles, moved slowly, stern first, and was mistaken by officers on watch for a British vessel. It fired two torpedoes which struck Goliath almost simultaneously abreast her fore turret and abeam the fore funnel, causing a massive explosion. Goliath began to capsize almost immediately, and was lying on her beam ends when a third torpedo struck near her after turret.[15] She then rolled over completely and began to sink by the bows, taking 570 of the 700-strong crew to the bottom, including her commanding officer, Captain Thomas Lawrie Shelford. ZC1955 DT

74 - Gun Colt Police Positive in 32 S&W Long Revolver Vintage Colt Model Police Positive in .32 S&W Long Double Action Revolver was manufactured in 1933. Features Single/Double Action, 4” blued steel barrel, 8.5” overall length, 6 round cylinder, front blade & groove notch rear sights, Colt “D” frame with serrated hammer, and checkered walnut grips. Weighs 26 oz. empty. Condition grades at 75+% due to normal wear. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, D-frame, CCW, service, lightweight, 32S&W Long, .32 S&W Long, .32S&W Long, 32 SW Long, 32SW Long, .32 SW Long, .32SW Long, 32 Smith & Wesson Long, .32 Smith & Wesson Long, 32Smith & Wesson Long, .32Smith & Wesson Long D9378 Colt Model Police Positive in .32 S&W Long Serial Number 226246 Revolver Z12 SWW

75 - Gun S&W Model K22 Masterpiece in 22 LR Revolver This is a Post-WWII era 1955 Smith & Wesson Model K22 Masterpiece (5 Screw) in .22 LR Revolver and features the post war round barrel. This K22 is Single/Double Action, 6” blued steel barrel, 11.5” overall length, 6 round cylinder, front blade & adjustable v-notch rear sights, medium K-style steel frame with high-speed (or fish hook) serrated hammer, blued steel cylinder, and checkered wood S&W grips. Weighs 38.5 oz. empty. Perfect for home protection or target/ plinking. Made in the U.S.A. This is an excellent well maintained weapon. Condition grades at 95% for its age. Used. From the internet, “From 1910 onward Smith and Wesson Hand Ejector revolvers came in target variations equipped with adjustable sights. Rimfire revolvers built on the .32 frame were considered heavyweights and the first serious effort toward a .22 built on the 38 (K) frame did not come about until 1931. The high velocity .22 long rifle cartridge had become popular and the company advertised the new K-22 “Outdoorsman” as being specifically designed for the high speed round. It was marketed to hunters and outdoorsmen in a climate that could not have been less ideal. The Great Depression was in full swing and there was a serious effort to include handguns in the prohibitive tax and registration structure of the Federal Firearms act of 1932 and 34. Nevertheless the K 22 was an immediate success with well-heeled sportsmen as well as police and military training programs. Smith and Wesson records show that an Army team took several K 22s to the 1932 Olympics providing an early launch into the mainstream target circuit. By 1940, shooters or agencies had bought 19,500 of the first model and a second model was in the catalogues as “A replica of that favorite, the .38 M&P Target Revolver” (Stoeger-Shooter’s Bible). By this time, it had become the K 22 ‘Masterpiece’ and was firmly identified with organized target shooting. Wartime rationing stopped production in 1941 with something over 1,000 units of the second models out the door. Post-War production resumed in 1946 with the K-22 becoming part of a target set including the K-38 and the redesigned, Post-War K-32. The revolver assumed the profile that would define the Smith Hand Ejectors until 1989. Variations abound and generally follow the evolution of the Smith Hand Ejectors as a family. The defining theme of the K 22 target revolvers and the current 617s is the intent of their purchasers to have the best of all possible rimfire revolvers.” Tag Word: Firearm, medium frame, K-frame, CCW, service, lightweight, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle D8832 Smith & Wesson Model K22 in .22 LR Serial Number K252069 Revolver ZB9027 SWW

76 - (2) Nazi Knights Cross / Sea Battle Badge Reissue 2 German Medals that are reissues or copies. Well made with nice detail: German 3rd Reich WWII Sea Battle Badge of the Luftwaffe and a Nazi German Knights Cross w/ Swords and Oak Leaves. (Second Highest Award) According to the consignor they show signs of being a reproduction or post war. A very unique collection and would make a great display or for military reenactments. ZC1955 DT

77 - Gun US Carbine M1 in 30 Carb Semi Auto Carbine Post-WWII era surplus US Carbine (Winchester contracted) Model M1 in .30 carb Semi Auto Carbine. Despite its lack of 'knockdown' power the M1 Carbine was popular, primarily due to its handiness and lightweight frame, and saw front line usage in both the European and Pacific Theaters of World War II. This particular carbine features an 18” blued steel barrel. Markings include at the top barrel near the front sight "Blue Sky / Arlington, VA”; the top of receiver marked, “U.S. CARBINE – CAL. 30 M1”; and the barrel band is marked "A"; rear top of receiver marked with SN; the magazine release button is stamped with “M”. Other features include blued steel receiver with right side charging handle; high-gloss one-piece hardwood fore-arm stock & grip with separate wood upper handguard; one barrel band; bayonet lug; safety; sling mounts with correct canvas sling & OD green mag pouch attached; leaf post front and adjustable peep-hole rear sights. 20+1 rd. capacity - No magazine included. Condition grades at 90%+. This carbine would be a great addition to anyone who collects military firearms or just for plinking. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Target, Military, Police, Tactical, Law Enforcement, Sport, Plinking, Hiking, Camping, 30Carb, .30 Carb, .30Carb, 30 Carbine, 30Carbine, .30 Carbine, .30Carbine, 7.62x33 MM, 7.62x33MM, 7.62 x 33 MM, 7.62 x 33MM E2311 US Carbine Model M1 Carbine in 30 Carb Serial Number 5669345 Semi Auto Rifle ZB9139 SWW

78 - Rare Savage Arms Watch Fob With Indian A very rare Savage Watch Fob that appears to be made from Copper or Bronze. Features a Indian Chief with a headband that is marked SAVAGE, holding a rifle. Also in scroll is marked SAEAA ? Measures 1.5" across and still has the original leather band. Unknown maker, has the word "Tony" scratched on the reverse. A great addition for anyone who collects Savage items, Pocket Watches or related Firearm items.

79 - Original U.S. World War 1 Doughboy Army Helmet M17 U.S. World War 1 Military Army Helmet M1917 Original, Complete and in Great Condition. The U.S. M-1917 steel shell of the helmet has 98% of its rough textured finish remaining. The shell is stamped “ZH40” under the brim. A complete M-1917 leather, oilcloth, cotton net, and felt helmet liner is in very good condition. The liner’s complete brown leather chinstrap is in good condition. This helmet is complete (which is extremely rare), with a nice large liner, and is in great condition overall. It is without a doubt a top shelf example of an American helmet from World War One. Tag Words: US Army, Soldier, WWI, Field Gear, Authentic, Vintage, Antique Z14 TKT

80 - Firearm Custom Turner-Kirkland Flintlock Rifle Custom Turner Kirkland (founder of Dixie Gunworks) Black Powder Flintlock Rifle is Kentucky style designed in an unknown caliber (probably .40 cal) and features browned finish; beautiful maple stock w/ antiqued brass trigger guard, ramrod ferrels, butt-plate and forend caps; 40" blued octagon barrel, 56.5" overall length, front and rear fixed sights. Barrel is marked TURNER KIRKLAND – UNION CITY-TENN – MADE IN BELGIUM. Condition is 95%. Used in box. BLACK POWDER – NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Word: Gun, Pirate, Replica, INTDES, Prop, Sport Shooting, Hunting Z12 80 SWW

81 - Gun American Derringer in 45 LC/410 GA O/U Derring American Derringer Model Derringer in 45 LC/410 GA O/U Derringer (MCL) features stainless steel finish, (2) 3” barrels, spring loaded rapid reload lever, cross bolt safety, rebounding hammer, retracting firing pin, custom rosewood grip, chambered for either 2.5” 45 LC or 410 Ga., blade front & fixed notch rear sights. Condition grades at 95%. Used in box. Tag Word: Firearm, Camping, Hiking, 45LC, .45 LC, .45LC, 45 Long Colt, .45 Long Colt, 45Long Colt, .45Long Colt, 410Ga, 410 Gauge E2364 American Model Derringer in 45 LC/410 GA Serial Number 055707 Derringer Z12 SWW

82 - Antique G. Ward Black Powder Flintlock Boot Pistol Antique circa. 1780 G. Ward of Helmsley, England Black Powder Flintlock Boot Pistol in an unknown caliber (possibly .36 cal) and features Queen Anne-style; white finish metal with ornate scrollwork and silver inlay on Walnut handle; 4.5” integral cannon-style round barrel for firing loose shot; 8.75" overall length; flintlock hammer; and single trigger. Frame marked G. WARD on left side and HELMSLEY on right side. Condition is 55%. Used. ANTIQUE BLACK POWDER – NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet: “Queen Anne pistols are characterized by the fact that the breech and the trigger plate are forged in one piece with the lock plate, foreshadowing by over 100 years the so called "action" of a modern weapon. A variant, made for muzzle loading with loose shot, had the barrel integral with the breech but in the typical Queen Anne the barrel unscrews with a barrel key or wrench just ahead of the chamber where the powder and ball are placed when the pistol is loaded. The chamber is long and narrow with a cup at the top shaped to fit the bullet (a round lead ball). The user can quickly fill the chamber with black powder and put a bullet on top; the barrel is then replaced, sealing the bullet between its cup and the breech end of the barrel. The bullet is larger than the barrel, so the breech is tapered to compress the ball as it moves forward at the moment of firing to tightly fit the bore. High gas pressure is developed behind the bullet before it is forced into the barrel, thus achieving considerably higher muzzle velocity and power than with a muzzle loader. The barrel was often rifled, which improves accuracy. The system also avoids the need for wadding or a ramrod during loading. It was not successful as a military weapon because in the heat of battle the separate barrel could be dropped during loading. A swiveled, hinged link was designed to allow the barrel to be unscrewed while still remaining attached, but this was evidently not successful. The greatest popularity of the Queen Anne was among civilians as an effective self-defense weapon. It was often highly decorated to suit the tastes of the wealthy.” Tag Word: Gun, Pirate, Replica, INTDES, Prop, Sport Shooting, Hunting Z12 82 SWW

83 - Military Pins, Insignias Badges and More! A very large assortment of Military Pins, Insignias and badges. A very cool General Mac Arthur Pin with a cloth ribbon and pistol made of metal, Large Air Force Recruiting Service Badge 2.3/4" across. Marine Insignias, Shooting awards, enameled pins and more! ZC1955 DT

84 - Badge Mesa, Arizona Police Officer Badge This is a nice replica Mesa, Arizona Police Officer Badge with the Great Seal of AZ centered with furls of gold-plate with lettering and eagle above. Made by Sun Badge Co. of Conn. Badge is in very good to excellent condition. Used. Tag Words: Memorabilia, Law Enforcement, Police, Sheriff, Accessories, Insignia, Medal, Badge, Regalia, Uniform, Decorations, Accouterments ZB8950 84 SWW

85 - Gun Remington 141 in 35 Rem Pump Action Rifle Vintage Remington Gamemaster Model 141 in .35 Rem caliber Pump Action Rifle was manufactured in 1939. The barrel has both front ramp sight and rear open sight and is marked "Remington Arms Co. Inc., Ilion, NY, Made In USA" (with patent data); ".35 REM". Barrel also has several "Proof" marks. Receiver is marked "The Gamemaster Model 141”. The 24” barrel and receiver display some wear indicative of age while the stock and forearm appear to be in excellent condition. The safety is operational and is located to the rear of the trigger guard. Condition is 85% due to wear. Used w/ sling. From internet: "Designed by John Pederson to compete with the lever-action rifles so popular at the time, the pump-action Remington 141 Gamemaster, available in various calibers, never achieved the status of the lever gun. Nevertheless, it was a stalwart in the eastern woods as a deer and moose rifle." Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Target, 35Rem, .35 Rem, .35Rem, 35 Remington, .35 Remington, 35Remington, .35Remington D8951 Remington Model 141 in 35 Rem Serial Number 30203 Pump Action Rifle ZB9089 SWW

86 - 2 Antique Black Powder Flasks & 3 Bullet Molds 2 Antique Copper & Brass Black Powder Flasks. With Three Cast Iron Lead Musket Ball Bullet Mold Casts. 19th century hunting or defending oneself. Possible Civil War era. They all have a great patina and show age and use wear. Lot includes: - One ornate copper embossed black powder flask. Reed or splayed flower petals pattern on both sides. Measures 7.25" long by 3.5" wide. - One embossed brass flask with acanthus scroll work on both sides. Measures 7.25" long by 3.5" wide. - Three single bullet or musket ball molds, one measures 5.25" long, the other measures 4.25" long, the shortest measures 4" long. Nice lot. Tag Words: Hunting, War, Battle, Indian, Firearm, Musket Loading, Shooting ZB9074 TKT

87 - Firearm Lot of Vintage M1 Garand Ammo Clips Nice lot of (17) vintage military surplus .30-06 ammo M1 Garand 8 rd. clips. Also included as a bonus is a US surplus 6-pouch cal .30 8 rd. clip canvas ammo bandoleer. Used. Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, .30-06, 30-06 Springfield, .30-06 Springfield ZB1241 87 SWW

88 - Gun Smith & Wesson 19-5 in 357 Mag DA Revolver Smith & Wesson Model 19-5 in .357 Mag Double Action Revolver features 6" barrel, 6 shot cylinder, blued finish, lifted blade front & adjustable rear sights, and beautiful checkered wood grips. This design was created by Smith & Wesson with the help of a retired police officer to ensure the best for his fellow men in uniform. This revolver is the pre-Clinton lock original in excellent condition; the bore reflects light like a mirror, the grips are exceptional, hammer drop is solid, cylinder rotation is spot-on, and the revolver’s balance is perfect. A hard to find S&W steel model revolver made to last a lifetime and more. Used in case with papers. Tag Words: Firearm, Military, Police, Law Enforcement, 357Mag, .357 Mag, .357Mag, 357 Magnum, .357 Magnum, 357Magnum, .357Magnum D9209 Smith & Wesson Model 19-5 in 357 Mag Serial Number AFD8193 Double Action Revolver ZB1709 SWW

89 - Firearm Italian 1860 Colt Army in 44 Cal Revolver This F. Llipietta Italian made from Traditions replica Black Powder Cap & Ball Revolver in .44 Cal Revolver is styled after the Colt 1860 Army Revolver and features blued finish with heat tempered frame; hardwood grips w/ brass trigger guard; 8" blued round barrel; 14.5" overall length; and brass front blade sight. Also features a 6 shot capacity etched cylinder, loading lever; and bronze type frame. Used in Box with papers. SN: E46923 BLACK POWDER – NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Word: Gun, INTDES, Prop, Sport Shooting, Hunting ZB7896 89 SWW

90 - Gun Ruger M44 in 44 Mag Semi Auto Carbine This Ruger Model 44 in .44 Magnum Semi Auto Carbine was manufactured in 1964 and is a favorite for deer hunting in dense woods or any application where maneuverability and ease of handling are priorities. The Ruger M44 is made for unparalleled reliability in harsh conditions and features a walnut wood stock, blade front & folding adjustable rear sights, 4 rd. tubular magazine, tactical sling swivels with leather sling attached, and metal butt-plate. Condition grades at 90+%. Used. Tag Word: Firearm, Hunting, Target, Sport, Plinking, Hiking, Camping, 44Mag, .44 Mag, .44Mag, 44 Magnum, .44 Magnum, 44Magnum, .44Magnum D8984 Ruger Model M44 Carbine in .44 Mag Serial Number 93554 Semi Auto Rifle ZB4101 SWW

91 - 1895 Queen's India Service Medal 1895 The Queens General Service Medal marked India. Named: #5039, Lettering in in script and it is difficult to read so we will leave it to the buyer to decipher. Medal is in very nice condition and displays very well with only a few light dings along the edge and normal handling marks. Please see photos for a very accurate description in pictures! A very rare medal seldom offered for sale. From Wikipedia: he India Medal was a campaign medal approved in 1896[1] for issue to officers and men of the British and Indian armies. The India Medal was awarded for various minor military campaigns in India, chiefly for service on the North-West Frontier during 1895 to 1902. This medal replaced the India General Service Medal (1854). Each campaign was represented by a clasp on the ribbon; seven were sanctioned.[2] The ribbon pattern was red, green, red, green, red.[3] Whilst the obverse of the medal itself held the profile of Queen Victoria, or, after January 22, 1901, King Edward VII, the reverse portrayed a British and an Indian soldier carrying a standard together. ZC1955 DT

92 - Gun Remington Rolling Block in 7mm Single Shot Rif This vintage Remington Model Rolling Block in 7mm Single Shot Rolling Block Action Rifle features a 28.5” blued round barrel; exposed serrated hammer; smooth two-piece hardwood stock and forearm; and blade front & adjustable rear sights. Grades at 75%, wear consistent with age. Used. From the internet, “Remington Rolling block single shot rifles were produced throughout the latter decades of the 19th Century and the first decades of the 20th Century. All Remington rolling block rifles use the same basic principle of design, which is a pivoting or hinged breechblock pinned to the receiver below the axis of the barrel and ahead of the breech. The traditional exposed hammer placed behind the breechblock ("rolling block") must be manually cocked for every shot.” Tag Words: Firearm, hunting, target, sport, 7 MM, 7MM, 7x57 MM, 7x57MM, 7x57 MM Mauser E2236 Remington Model Rolling Block in 7mm Serial Number NVSNE2236 Single Shot Rifle Z12 SWW

93 - Jewelry WW2 Navy Sterling Pilot Wings & Locket Two vintage WWII jewelry items: - United States WW2 Navy pilot wing pin. Back is marked "AMICO 1/20 10kt G on S (gold on silver). Measures 2.75" long. - Beautiful gold filled heart shaped locket with repousse floral designs and USN pilot wing emblem affixed on the front. Measures .75" long. Total Weight (Pin Only): .48 ozt Tag Words: Militaria, uniform insignia, Fashion, Shopping, Gift, Christmas, Anniversary, Birthday, Holiday, Estate Z14 MKL

94 - Russian Revolution Banner & Young Comm. Booklet USSR C. 1960 Young Peoples October Revolutions Association Silk Banner and a 980's Young Communists Association Dues Booklet. A very unusual lot! The booklet has a passport style photo with the owners information on the first page. Very Cool! Show me your papers! ZC1955 DT

95 - Gun Winchester 12 in 12 GA Pump Action Shotgun This Winchester Model 12 in 12 GA Pump Action Shotgun was manufactured in 1922 and features blued finish, walnut pistol-grip style stock and ribbed fore end, 29.5" barrel, full choke, chambered for 3” shells, 49.75” overall length, full choke, 5 round internal capacity magazine, thumb safety, silver bead sight, and hard rubber butt-plate. Condition grades at 70% with most of the bluing gone. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Military, Police, Law Enforcement, Tactical, Security, Special Purpose, 12Ga, 12 Gauge, 00Buck, 00Buckshot, 00 Buck, 00 Buckshot, Rifled Slug, Slug D9050 Winchester Model 12 in 12 GA Serial Number 297512 Pump Action Shotgun ZB7896 SWW

96 - Gun Colt Officer’s Model Match in 38 SPL Revolver Colt Officers Model Match (fifth issue) in .38 SPL Double Action Revolver (ILL) was made from 1953 to 1969 and features Colt E Frame with blued finish; 6” heavy tapered barrel; adjustable target front & rear sights; 6-shot cylinder; cylinder release lever; serrated hammer spur; ribbed trigger; and original Colt checkered wood grips with silver Colt medallion. Mechanically, this revolver is in excellent condition. This is a very collectible revolver that would make an excellent addition to a Colt or any collector. Condition grades at 90%. Used. From the internet, “In 1904 Colt introduced its first medium frame double action target model revolver as the Colt Officer's Model. From then to 1969 Colt would produce versions of this under several names. The Officer's Model was always Colt's premium revolver until the introduction of the super-premium Python in 1955. In the days when the revolver was King of the Matches, the Officer's models were always the favorite of the champions and Colt's held all the records. The Second Issue had the new and improved action as used on the Army Special of 1908. The second version was made from 1908 to 1926. Calibers were .32 Colt, and .38 Special. It offered more variations in barrel length with 4", 4 1/2", 5", 6", and 7 1/2". Grips were checkered walnut with deep set silver Colt medallions standard from 1913 to 1923.” Tag Words: Firearm, New Army, Navy, Collectible, 38SPL, .38 SPL, .38SPL, 38 Special .38 Special E2407 Colt Officers Model Match in .38 SPL Serial Number 931247 Revolver Z12 SWW

97 - Gun Turkish 1893 Mauser in 8mm Military Rifle C.I.A. imported Surplus Turkish Model 1893 Mauser in 8mm Bolt Action Military Rifle features blue finish, 29” barrel, wood stock, standard military sights, and cleaning rod is missing. Markings indicate rifle was made in 1939 in Ankara, Turkey with maker’s proof stamps and Turkey stamp. Condition grades at 80% with wear consistent with age. Used. From the internet: “As soon as the Ottomans saw the Spanish Modelo of 1893, they placed an order for 20,100 rifles in the new configuration. Chambered for 7.65x53, it was virtually identical to the Spanish model, except for the magazine cutoff. Those that remained in Turkish hands were converted to 8mm in the 1930's.” Tag Words: Firearm, Surplus, 8 MM, 8MM, 8x57 MM, 8x57MM, 8x57 MM Mauser E2315 Turkish Model 1893 Mauser in 8mm Serial Number 36376 Bolt Action Rifle ZB9139 SWW

98 - Turkish Crimea Medal 1855 The Turkish Crimea Medal 1855 Sardinian Version. Condition grades at very nice with very little handling marks. No Ribbon, A beautiful display piece. Issued by the Sultan of Turkey to the Allied forces of Britain, France and Sardinia who served during the Crimean War 1854 - 1856. Description: In silver1 36mm diameter, obverse depicts the Sultan's cypher over "Crimea 1271" in Turkish2 , all within a wreath. Reverse; a cannon, mortar and anchor standing on the Russian flag. A map of the Crimea is spread over the cannon. In the background are the four flags of the allies. Three versions of reverse exist. British: "CRIMEA 1855" in exergue, British flag to the fore, on the right. (illustrated)3 French: "LA CRIMEE 1855" in exergue, French flag to the fore, on the right. Sardinian: "LA CRIMEA 1855" in exergue, Sardinian flag to the fore, on the right. The original suspension was by means of a small silver and larger steel ring fit through a pierced hole in the disc, but this is very often replaced with a Queen's Crimea medal suspender, or some other more robust form of suspension. Naming: Issued unnamed but frequently found with engraved naming of various unofficial styles - also found (less commonly) impressed regimental or depot style. Ribbon: Crimson with green edges. (the original issue ribbon was 18mm wide but this was often replaced with normal width, 32mm ribbon) notes 1 Struck in a lower grade 0.800 silver as opposed to the usual British standard of the time (pre 1875) of 0.950. 2. 1271 A.H. Islamic = 1855 Gregorian 3. A ship bringing part of the consignment of medals to Britain was wrecked, but the problem was resolved by the issue of Sardinian and French striking to British troops - hence all three types turn up to British personnel. ZC1955 DT

99 - 1949 Doehler Military Army Trunk Footlocker + Vintage, 1949 Doehler wood and metal military trunk or footlocker with lift out tray. Painted olive drab green and stenciled in several places with the US Army soldier's name and service number, "Clifford M. Walker 089307". The locker is in very good condition for its age; all latches are in working condition and it has both handles. The center divider in the lift out tray is missing. Metal tag on top of lid identifies the date and manufacturer. Measures 13" tall x 32" wide x 16.25" depth. As a bonus the locker contains 3 basic issue items, all in excellent condition: - Cloth flying helmet / oxygen mask cover. - Waterproof sleeping bag cover. - Nylon duffel bag. **This item cannot be shipped. Tag Words: Intdes, militaria, army surplus ZB4101 MKL

100 - Gun Remington 03-A3 in 30-06 Bolt Action Rifle Vintage US Military Surplus Remington Model 03-A3 in .30-06 caliber Bolt Action Rifle features 24” barrel; steel receiver; overall length of 43.5”. The top of the receiver is stamped, “U.S. REMINGTON MODEL 03-A3”. The Remington Arms ‘flaming bomb’ proof mark & 3-43 is stamped on the barrel end just before front sight, indicating it was manufactured in March, 1943. There is a cartouche on the left side of the stock, just above trigger. Other features include easy-cam bolt; thumb safety; smooth one-piece wood stock with wood forearm upper; two barrel bands; three sling swivels (with leather sling); fixed post front & adjustable incremental rear sights; and steel butt-plate. Condition grades at 90%; weapon is in excellent condition for its age. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, US Military, Surplus, Hunting, .30-06, 30-06 Springfield, .30-06 Springfield D8635 Remington Model 03-A3 in 30-06 caliber Serial Number 2507621 Bolt Action Rifle ZB1241 SWW

101 - Gun Fausti O/U in 20 Ga Break Action Shotgun Excam imported Fausti Model Over/Under in 20 GA Break Action Shotgun (ELL) was made in Italy and features (2) 27.75" polished blue flat-ventilated rib barrels with 2 ¾” – 3” chamber; engraved French grayed receiver; gloss two-piece checkered wood stock & forearm; 44.5” overall length; thumb safety; shotshell extractor; double triggers; tang chamber break lever; and hard rubber butt-plate. Condition grades at 90+%. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Skeet, Clay Pigeon, Trap Shooting, Pheasant, Duck, 20GA, 20 Gauge, 20Gauge D9256 Fausti Model O/U in 20 Ga Serial Number FS91527 Break Action Shotgun Z12 SWW

102 - Gun Astra 400 in 9mm Largo Semi-Auto Pistol I.A.C. imported vintage Astra Model 400 (1921) in 9mm Largo Semi-Auto Pistol features Blowback/Single Action; blued steel finish; serrated slide; left-side flip safety; magazine release; 5.9” barrel length; 8.9” overall length; checkered black Bakelite grips; fixed blade front & v-notch sights; lanyard loop; and (1) 8 rd. magazine. All stamped writing in highlighted in white; SN’s match on frame, slide, and under grip. Condition grades as 85%. Used in leather flap holster. From the internet, “The Astra Modelo 400 was a Spanish service pistol produced by weapons manufacturer Astra-Unceta y Cia SA as a replacement for the Campo-Giro 1913/1916, which had also been chambered in 9mm Largo. It was the standard issue sidearm in the Spanish Army during the Spanish Civil War and also saw service in Germany during World War II. The pistol was mass-produced and many examples still exist today. The Spanish Navy, along with the German Luftwaffe and the Chilean Navy primarily use the smaller variant Astra 300 and the Wehrmacht later altered the Astra 400 into the Astra 600 to better handle the 9mm Luger. The 400 was considered heavy as in order to handle the power of the 9mm Largo round in a blowback action the 400 had a reinforced slide and tough spring.” Tag Words: Firearm, WWII, Military, Duty, Service, Tactical, lightweight, 9Largo, 9 MM Largo, 9MM Largo, 9x23 MM Largo, 9 x 23 MM Largo, 9x23MM Largo, 9 Bayard E2299 Astra Model 400 in 9MM Largo Serial Number 7624 Semi Auto Pistol ZB9139 SWW

103 - Firearm Replica Non-Firing US Thompson M1A1 SMG This is an excellent replica of a US Thompson M1A1 SMG for NON-FIRING DISPLAY ONLY. The display piece has many original parts which add to the authentic feel! From the internet, “The M1/M1A1 were versions of the M1928A1 Thompson that were streamlined and simplified for manufacture during World War 2. Features include a non-finned barrel, simple fixed "L" style sights, no Cutts Compensators, and elimination of the knurling on actuators and fire select levers in later models. The bolt and receiver were simplified to eliminate the Blish lock "H" piece. The bolt actuator was also moved from the top to the right side of the receiver on most production, with a few having the actuator on the left. Also there are examples that were parkerized rather than blued that ended up in the hands of U.S. Soldiers. The older style M1 Thompson had a more complex bolt design with a separate firing pin later simplified in the M1A1 Thompson which had the firing pin machined into the face of the bolt. The early M1 model rear "L type" sight was prone to bend if the weapon was dropped or dig into the Soldier when in cramped conditions, so later models added triangular "ears" to protect it. The M1/M1A1 Thompson's could not accept the 50/100 round drum magazines used on the M1921/M1928A1 models so were limited to 20-round and 30-round box magazines.” NON-FIRING REPLICA - DISPLAY ONLY – NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Accessories, Machine Gun, Korean War, Vietnam War, WWII, WW II, WW2, WW 2, ZC1955 103 SWW

104 - The Queen's South Africa Medal 1899-1902 w/Bars The Queen's South Africa Medal with ribbon and bars. Medal is in very nice condition with normal handling marks. Also features the pin bar dated 1899 - 1902 and 4 bars, Tugela Heights, Relief of Ladysmith, Transvaal & Laing's Nek The Queen's South Africa Medal is a British campaign medal which was awarded to British and Colonial military personnel, civilians employed in official capacity and war correspondents who served in the Second Boer War in South Africa. Altogether twenty-six clasps were awarded to recipients of the Queen's South Africa Medal, to indicate particular actions and campaigns of the Second Boer War. The Queen's South Africa Medal was awarded to all British forces who served in South Africa from 11 October 1899 up to the end of the war on 31 May 1902. Units from the British Army, Royal Navy, colonial forces from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, India, the Cape of Good Hope, the Colony of Natal and "hensoppers" (joiners and collaborators, literally "hands-uppers") from the South African Republic and Orange Free State, civilians employed in official capacity, war correspondents, and non-enlisted men of whatever nationality who drew military pay, qualified for the award of the medal. This included those such as the New Zealand 10th Contingent, who arrived in Durban in May 1902, but did not fight. Approximately 178,000 medals were awarded. The medal, without a clasp, was also awarded to troops who guarded Boer prisoners at the prisoner of war camp on the island of Saint Helena. Troops on the Mediterranean islands, however, were awarded the Queen's Mediterranean Medal, while some personnel on troopships were awarded the Transport Medal. ZC1955 DT

105 - Gun Chilean Steyr M1912 Mauser in 7.62 Bolt Action This authentic Steyr Mauser Model M1912(M12) in .308 Win (7.62mm NATO) Bolt Action Rifle was manufactured under Chilean Government contract. This is the 24” barrel, 7.62 NATO converted variant. The front of the receiver is stamped deeply with the crest of Chile, on the left of the crest is a standing Huemul (the Andes deer), on the right a standing Condor, in the center a shield with a large 5-pointed Star and with plumes out the top and boughs underneath the shield. “MODELO 1912” is stamped under the crest on the receiver (along with a hand engraved -61 NATO). The left side of the receiver side rail is stamped "WAFFENFABRIK STEYR" with "AUSTRIA" underneath. The crest Cartouche is also stamped on the left of the stock with 1912 underneath, which is opposite the stock disk on the right side. The sling swivel is behind the stock's pistol grip; front sling swivel under the lower barrel band around the fore-stock and wooden hand guard, about midway on the barrel (has leather sling attached). The rear sight is a tangent type graduated up to 2000 meters. The receiver and the bolt are 'in the white'. The rifle has a straight bolt (Non-matching SN). The lower barrel band retaining clip is on the right side of the fore stock; second retaining clip on the right side behind the nose cap. Import markings on barrel near front sight. Condition grades at 80% with wear consistent with age. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Surplus, 308 Win, 308 Winchester, .308, .308 Win, .308 Winchester, 308Win, .308Win, 7.62x51 MM, 7.62x51MM, 7.62 x 51 MM, 7.62 Ball, 7.62 NATO E2222 Steyr Mauser Model 1912 in 308 Serial Number A5193 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

106 - Lot of (4) Assorted SpyderCo Folding Knives This is a great lot with (4) SpyderCo brand Folding Knives. Includes (1) 1995 SpyderCo G2 Stainless Lock Blade Folding Knife with serrated blade; (1) 2004 SpyderCo VG-10 Folding Lock Blade Knife with serrated blade; (1) 1992 SpyderCo Clip-It Lock Folding Knife with serrated blade; and (1) 1998 SpyderCo ATS-55 Two-blade Lock Blade Folding Knife with serrated blade. From the internet, “Since starting Spyderco we've been told our knives are different, peculiar, even out there. All true. Thinking beyond established knife industry barriers allowed us to introduce new and radical innovations to the knife culture including: One-hand opening, serrations on a folder and a clip to attach a knife to a pocket. We didn't go into business to rake in a mountain of dough we're here for more selfish reasons- indulging our passion for creating knives. Spyderco is definitely out of the norm in the knife industry in our dedication to researching and developing fresh, improved and better performing materials all with function and reliability being key. Our recognizable appearance is a result of designing ergonomic functional tools rather than applying lipstick and nylons to a pocketknife. We may look curious, homely, whatever, but we'll never be called unusable or undependable. When you purchase a Spyderco you are buying a high-quality reliable cutting tool designed and manufactured for peak performance and ergonomic comfort. Those Who Know Carry Spyderco.” Tag Words: weapon, Knife, Switchblade, folding, defense, tactical, ZB8812 106 SWW

107 - Gun Colt Python in 357 Mag Double Action Revolver This striking Colt Model Python in .357 Mag Double Action Revolver (MMLL) was manufactured in 1971 and features a Bright Nickel finish on large I-frame, vented rib 4" barrel, 6 shot cylinder, fixed front sight with an adjustable rear sight, extra wide combat-style serrated hammer & trigger, and original Colt Walnut custom grips. The condition grades at 95% with slight wear of finish on grips and light scratches on frame. Action and cylinder are smooth- this is a great opportunity to add a Python to your collection. Used. From the internet, “The Colt Python is a .357 Magnum caliber revolver formerly manufactured by Colt's Manufacturing Company of Hartford, Connecticut. It is sometimes referred to as a "Combat Magnum". The now discontinued Colt Python targeted the premium revolver market segment. The Colt Python is a double action handgun chambered for the .357 Magnum cartridges, built on Colt's large I-frame. Pythons have a reputation for accuracy, smooth trigger pull, and a tight cylinder lock-up. They are similar in size and function to the Colt Trooper and Colt Lawman revolvers. The Colt Python was first introduced in 1955 as Colt's top-of-the-line model and was originally intended to be a large-frame 38 Special target revolver. As a result, it features precision adjustable sights, a smooth trigger, solid construction, and extra metal. Pythons have a distinct appearance due to a full barrel underlug, ventilated rib and adjustable sights. Originally, Colt manufactured Pythons with hollow underlugs but left them solid to work as a stabilizing barrel weight. Starting in the 1970s each Python revolver was boresighted at the factory with a laser and was the first mass-produced revolver to do so.” Tag words: Firearm, self-defense, law enforcement, police, 357Mag, .357 Mag, .357Mag, 357 Magnum, .357 Magnum, 357Magnum, .357Magnum D9114 Colt Model Python in 357 Mag Serial Number E21355 Revolver Z12 SWW

108 - Bayonet WWII German M84/98 Bayonet w/ Scabbard This genuine WWII era German Model 1884/98 Knife Bayonet with metal scabbard features a 9.75” single edge blade; 15” overall length. The lug release works and the blade is in very good condition; also has a ‘birds head’ pommel and brown Bakelite grip plates. The fullered steel blade is stamped on the Ricasso with “W.K.C.” maker’s mark and the SN “4100 C”. There are two Waffen markings stamped near the pommel. The metal scabbard has a matching SN and leather frog are in very good condition for their age. Bayonets like this where often engraved for veterans as a present from their comrades to remember their service in a division or battle group. Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Authentic, WWII, WW2, World War II, Japan, Rising Sun, Germany, Vintage ZB9027 108 SWW

109 - Gun E. German K100 Makarov in 9x18mm SA Pistol SSME imported DDR (East Germany) Model K100 (Makarov) in 9x18mm Semi-Automatic Pistol (MLL) was manufactured in 1961 and is a compact all steel semi-automatic handgun designed on the blowback breech principle. Features Single/Double Action, 3.68” barrel length, 6.36” overall length, low profile fixed blade front and rear notch sights, flat bottom 8 rd. magazine, thumb safety and mag release buttons, black checkered Bakelite grips, and combat-style serrated hammer. Condition grades at 85% due to slight exterior wear. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Carry Conceal, Military, Surplus, Soviet, 9x18MM, 9 x 18 MM, 9 x 18MM, 9x18 Mak, 9 x 18 Mak, 9x18Mak, 9 x 18Mak, 9x18 Makarov, 9 x 18 Makarov, 9 Mack, 9Mak, 9 Makarov, 9Makarov E2416 SSME Model K100 in 9x18MM Serial Number D2970 Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

110 - Gun La Coruna FR8 in 7.62mm Bolt Action Carbine CAI imported Surplus La Coruna Model FR8 in 7.62mm (.308 WIN) caliber Bolt Action Carbine is a 1952 Spanish made rifle based on the Mauser 98 system bolt action. Rifle features 19” barrel; flash hider; under-barrel bayonet lug & storage tube; steel receiver; 5-round internal magazine; with an overall length of 39”. The top of the receiver is stamped, “FABRICA DE ARMAS -- LA CORUNA – 1952.” Other features include cam bolt; thumb-flip safety; smooth one-piece wood stock with wood forearm upper; sling swivels with canvas sling attached; hooded adjustable post front & adjustable 3-diopter rear sights; and steel butt-plate. Condition grades at 85% due to exterior wear. Used. From the internet, “The FR 8 is a bolt-action, repeating rifle adopted by Spain in the 1950s. The "FR" stands for the Spanish words, Fusil Reformado or Converted Rifle in English. The FR8 was introduced in the 1950s when the Spanish military was already implementing the CETME automatic rifle, but did not yet have sufficient inventory to equip and train all troops. The rifles were made from existing stockpiles of Mauser bolt-action rifles. The FR-8 was developed from the Model 1943 short rifle, which was based on "large ring" Model 1898 Mauser action. The rifles were modified to fire the 7.62×51mm CETME and 7.62x51mm NATO rounds. The FR 8 was used well into the 1970s by mounted Guardia Civil units in the Sierra Nevada. The flash hider was designed to be compatible with NATO-standard rifle grenades. The under-barrel tube, which resembles the gas cylinder found on automatic weapons, actually serves as the bayonet mount and as storage for cleaning gear. The rear sight is an elevation-adjustable rotary type with apertures for 200 m (220 yd.), 300 m (330 yd.) and 400 m (440 yd.), as well as an open "V" notch for 100 meters (110 yd.). The front sight is elevation-adjustable via a special tool. Operation is identical to the standard Mauser design.” Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, 308 Win, 308 Winchester, .308, .308 Win, .308 Winchester, 308Win, .308Win, 7.62x51 MM, 7.62x51MM, 7.62 x 51 MM, 7.62 x 39MM, 7.62 Ball, NATO E2225 La Coruna Model FR8 in 7.62mm caliber Serial Number 29678 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

111 - Gun High Standard Sharpshooter in 22LR SA Pistol Vintage High Standard Model Sharpshooter in .22 LR Semi Auto Pistol (ELL) was manufactured in 1975 and features Single Action; blued finish; barrel takedown button in front of trigger guard; RH competition checkered hardwood grips; 5.5" round barrel; 9.5" overall length; (1) 10 round magazine included; front blade and rear notched adjustable sights; serrated slide; serrated trigger; operational safety. This pistol will make a nice addition to your High Standard collection, or it can be used effectively as a target pistol. Condition grades at 90+%. Used. Tag words: Firearm, target, competition, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle E2366 High Standard Model Sharpshooter in 22LR Serial Number 2499347 Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

112 - Gun Colt New Frontier in 22 LR SA Revolver Colt Model New Frontier 22 in .22 LR Single Action Revolver features a 6" barrel, 6 shot cylinder, blued finish, case-hardened receiver, fixed front blade sight, smooth cylinder, serrated hammer, and black hard rubber grips with Colt logo. This revolver condition grades at 90+%. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Target, Camping, Hiking, Shooting, Plinking, Vermin, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle D9061 Colt Model New Frontier in 22 LR Serial Number G38052 Single Action Revolver ZB9083 SWW

113 - 1897 Khedive Sudan Medal Named! Beautiful 1897 Khedive Sudan Medal with 2 Bars (Khartoum & The Atbara) Medal is in very nice condition with minor handling marks It is named on the edge: 4734 PTe. J. Moir 1St. Sea: HIGHrs. From Wikipedia: The Khedive's Sudan Medal was a campaign medal awarded by the Khedivate of Egypt for service during the Mahdist War in Sudan. Established 12 February 1897, by Khedive Abbas Hilmi Pasha, this medal was initially to commemorate the re conquest of the Dongola province in 1896. It was subsequently authorized for later campaigns and action until 1908. The medal was awarded with fifteen different clasps ZC1955 DT

114 - Authentic 1941 Nazi German Soldier Bronze Bust Authentic 1941 Nazi German Soldier Cast Bronze Bust Presentation Award. Bust is mounted on a marble base with a silver plaque that is engraved and shows a date of July 28, 1941. It is written in German. Consigner got it from a older German lady years ago in Germany. It is in very good condition. Nice patina. The plaque has lost it's screws that mounted it to the marble base and is taped on for now. Someone could do a more permanent fix. Measures 7.25" tall by 2.5" x 2.5" at the bottom of the base. Tag Words: Period WWII, German Army, War Memorabilia, Awards, Trophy, Third Reich, ZB9037 TKT

115 - Gun Head Down PV9 in 300AC Semi Auto Rifle Head Down Model PV9 in 300 AAC Blackout (7.62x35mm) Semi Auto Rifle (ALL) is an AR-15 style rifle that features Provectus Billet Receiver, black matte finish, HDF telescoping stock, Head Down 9” Free-Floating Rail style handguard, (1) 15 rd. capacity magazine included, forward assist, brass deflector, safety selector, 16" chrome-lined HDP profile barrel, A-2 flash hider, and black Ergo rubber Ambi-grip pistol grip. Condition grades at 95%+. Like new in case with lock. Tag Words: Firearm, M4, Tactical, AR15, AR-15, Military, Prepper, Prepping, 300Blackout, 300 AAC, 300AACBlackout, .300Blackout, .300 AAC, .300AACBlackout, 7.62x35 MM, 7.62x35MM D2951 Head Down PV9 in 300 BO caliber Serial Number PV000230 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

116 - Post Civil War Military Cadet Framed Photograph Great antique black and white photograph featuring a post Civil War period military cadet. This is a projection type photo, circa 1870 - 1890, notice the "US" on his belt buckle is reversed. Photo has been hand touched with black and white chalk. The young man in the photo is dressed in a military style uniform, standing at Attention, and holds a rifle with bayonet. The period wooden frame has been painted black and features ornate molding that is gold gilt accented. Frame is worn with chipped and cracked areas and some missing pieces of the molding. Measures 26" tall x 22" wide. Tag Words: IntDes, ArtWork, Interior Design, Photography, Vintage, art, tintypes, American history, daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, shabby chic ZB4101 MKL

117 - Gun Chinese SKS in 7.62X39 Semi Auto Rifle & Scope C.A.I. imported Chinese Model SKS in 7.62 X 39 Semi Auto Rifle with Simmons Deerfield 3-9x40 rifle scope attached. Features black synthetic folding stock, pistol grip, and front hand guards. Also features heat shield over barrel; hooded front post & adjustable incremented folding rear sights. The magazine is missing. Condition grades at 80% due to use. Used. From the internet: “The SKS is a Soviet semi-automatic carbine chambered for the 7.62×39mm round, designed in 1943 by Sergei Gavrilovich Simonov. Its complete designation, SKS-45, for Self-loading Carbine of (the) Simonov system, 1945, or SKS 45. In the early 1950s, the Soviets took the SKS carbine out of front-line service and replaced it with the AK-47; however, the SKS remained in second-line service for decades. It is still used as a ceremonial arm today. The SKS was widely exported, and was also produced by some former Eastern Bloc nations as well as China, where it was designated the "Type 56", East Germany as the Karabiner S and in North Korea as the "Type 63". The SKS is currently popular on the civilian surplus market in many countries, including the United States, Canada and New Zealand. It was one of the first firearms chambered for the 7.62×39mm M43 round, which was also used later in the AK-47.” Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, 7.62x39MM, 7.62 x 39 MM, 7.62 x 39MM E2312 Chinese Model SKS in 7.62 X 39 Serial Number 12202070 Semi Auto Rifle ZB9139 SWW

118 - Sword Knights of Columbus Ceremonial Sword This ceremonial sword is from the secular fraternal society called the Knights of Columbus and was made by MC Lilley & Co of Columbus, OH between 1894 and 1915. The sword consists of a 28” double edged blade with ornate acid etched crusader scenes and lily work to include the cross in crown and skull & crossbones “Memento Mori” (Remember you have to Die). The blade’s original owner’s name, “John Karalis” is engraved on the obverse. The steel cross guard has red/blue enameled ‘Cross in Crown’ portrayed on the guard flange, while the pommel depicts a knight’s head. The celluloid ivory hilt displays the owner’s stylized initials on the obverse and a shining cross etched scrimshaw-style. The metal scabbard is chrome-plate with Emperor Constantine’s Miracle portrayed on the top mount, a Knight decorates the middle mount and a Knight’s Coat-of-Arms crest on the drag. Includes the original leather carry case. Tag Words: Sword, Sabre, Cutlass, Scabbard, Sheath, Religious Order, Ceremony, Rite, ZB152 118 SWW

119 - Assorted U.S. Medals WWII & Post War Large assortment of Military Medals All United States of America Issue. 4 WWII Good Conduct Medals, 3 Post War Good Conduct Medals, 1 Vietnam Service Medal, 1 Vietnam Good Conduct Medal with blue ribbon plus 5 other medals. ZC1955 DT

120 - Gun Winchester 1892 in 25-20 WCF Lever Rifle This highly-sought after vintage Winchester Model 1892 in .25-20 WCF caliber Lever Action Repeating Rifle was manufactured in 1914, and features the hard to find 20" round barrel. Other features include a case-hardened receiver; standard front blade & buckhorn rear sights; smooth two-piece hardwood straight stock and forearm; side-loading port; and steel crescent-shaped butt-plate. Model 92's are another prized lever gun for Winchester and cowboy action collectors. Nice plum and finish fading gives this example the required old west feel. Condition: Very Good - Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Vintage, Cowboy, Winchester, Wild West, .25-20 Win, 25-20Win, 25-20 Winchester, 25-20Winchester, 25-20WCF, .25-20 WCF, 25-20 Winchester Center Fire, 25-20WinchesterCenterFire D8632 Winchester Model 1892 in 25-20 WCF caliber Serial Number 761662 Lever Action Rifle ZB1241 SWW

121 - Firearm 16 lbs. of Assorted Long Gun Brass Nice lot of approximately 16 lbs. of assorted Long Gun brass casings for reloads, some new. Calibers include .30-30 Win (fired 1x grade 1 Midway); .30-30 Win (used); 8mm Mauser (new); .270 Win (used); and .30-06 (used). Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, 30-30, .30-30, 30-30 Win, 30-30Win, .30-30 Win, .30-30Win, 30-30 Winchester, .30-30 Winchester, 270Win, 270 Winchester, .270 Win, .270 Win, .270 Winchester, .30-06, 30-06 Springfield, .30-06 Springfield, 8 MM, 8MM, 8x57 MM, 8x57MM, 8x57 MM Mauser ZB7896 121 SWW

122 - Gun Browning 22 in 22 LR Semi-Auto Rifle Browning Model 22 in .22 LR Semi-Auto Rifle features a blued finish, two piece high-gloss checkered wood stock and fore end, scrollwork receiver, 19" barrel, 37" length overall, 15 rd. capacity integral tube magazine, buckhorn rear sight, fixed front blade sight and black steel butt plate. This rifle was manufactured in Japan after 1976. Condition is 95% for a gun of this vintage. Used. Tag words: Firearm, target, plinking, varmint, camping, hunting, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle D9168 Browning Model 22 in .22 LR Serial Number 02869PY146 Semi-Auto Rifle ZB1901 SWW

123 - Gun Remington M887 Nitro Mag in 12 GA Pump Shotgun This Remington Model M887 Nitro Mag in 12 GA Pump Action Shotgun (ICL) features non-reflective matte black Armorlokt coating, flat black synthetic pistol-grip style stock and fore end with contour grip panels, 28" vented rib barrel, chambered for 2 ¾”, 3” and 3 ½” shells (Super Mag Only), Modified Remington Choke, 5 round internal capacity magazine (4 rd w/ Super Mag shells), thumb safety, Hi-Viz green fiber optic light tube front sight, and soft rubber recoil pad. Condition grades at 95%. Used. From the internet, “With its rust preventing Armorlokt coating on all exterior surfaces, the Remington 887 Nitro Mag 12 Gauge Shotgun delivers proven performance built to last a lifetime. Based on the proven 870 action, the 887 Nitro Mag's action is crafted of solid steel for strength and provides ultra-smooth and reliable cycles shot after shot. Rugged synthetic stock and fore-end with special contour grip panels provide sure handling, awesome balance and natural pointing characteristics. Gun's 3-1/2'' chamber handles 2-3/4'', 3'', and 3-1/2'' loads interchangeably. This pump action, solid rib shotgun has Hi-Viz front sight with interchangeable light tubes. Features Supercell recoil pad (reduces felt recoil up to 54%), 4 + 1 capacity, and built-in sling swivel studs. 28'' solid rib barrel comes with a modified Rem Choke.” Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Military, Police, Law Enforcement, Tactical, Security, Special Purpose, 12Ga, 12 Gauge, 00Buck, 00Buckshot, 00 Buck, 00 Buckshot, Rifled Slug, Slug E2408 Remington Model M887 Nitro Mag in 12 GA Serial Number AAE073667A Pump Action Shotgun Z12 SWW

124 - Gun Winchester 94 in 30-30 Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 94 in .30-30 caliber Lever Action Rifle (MCL) was manufactured in 1980 and features blued steel finish, straight grip smooth Walnut stock & forearm, 20” barrel, ramp front & leaf adjustable rear sight. This is a beautiful Model 94 in a great caliber. Grades at 90% condition wear consistent with age. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Guide, Hi-power, 30-30, .30-30, 30-30 Win, 30-30Win, .30-30 Win, .30-30Win, 30-30 Winchester, .30-30 Winchester E2335 Winchester Model 94 in 30-30 Serial Number 4884427 Lever Action Rifle Z12 SWW

125 - Gun Lithgow SMLE MKIII* in 303 British Bolt Action Vintage Lithgow Model SMLE MKIII* in .303 caliber British Bolt Action Rifle; the SMLE designation is for ‘Short Magazine Lee Enfield’. Proof Markings and SN on the rifle indicate that it is Australian made at the Lithgow Small Arms Factory (specifically the Orange SAF-3 facility), and issued to Australian Forces. The right side receiver band is marked "MA LITHGOW S.M.L.E. III* - 1942"; and on the left side “MA55”. The stock and metal are in very good condition for its age with a slight crack along the bottom left side of the stock. Used. From internet: " During the First World War, the SMLE Mk III was found to be too complicated to manufacture and demand was outstripping supply, so in late 1915 the Mk III* was introduced, which incorporated several changes, the most prominent of which were the deletion of the magazine cut-off mechanism, which when engaged permits the feeding and extraction of single cartridges only while keeping the cartridges in the magazine in reserve, and the long-range volley sights. The windage adjustment of the rear sight was also dispensed with, and the cocking piece was changed from a round knob to a serrated slab. The inability of the principal manufacturers (RSAF Enfield, The Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited and London Small Arms Co. Ltd) to meet military production demands, led to the development of the "peddled scheme", which contracted out the production of whole rifles and rifle components to several shell companies. The SMLE Mk III* (renamed Rifle No.1 Mk III* in 1926) saw extensive service throughout the Second World War as well, especially in the North African, Italian, Pacific and Burmese theatres in the hands of British and Commonwealth forces. Australia and India retained and manufactured the SMLE Mk III* as their standard-issue rifle during the conflict and the rifle remained in Australian military service through the Korean War, until it was replaced by the L1A1 SLR in the late 1950s. The Lithgow Small Arms Factory finally ceased production of the SMLE Mk III* in 1953." Tag Words: Firearm, Military, British, Australia, India, Surplus, Collectable, 303British, 303 Brit, .303 British, .303British, .303 Brit D8638 Lithgow Model SMLE MkIII in .303 Brit Caliber Serial Number E61544 Bolt Action Rifle ZB1241 SWW

126 - 1943 Military Gunners Quadrant with Leather Case Genuine WWII Gunners Quadrant with the original leather caring case. Dated 1943. Condition is very nice, could use a good cleaning but it appears that everything is working. Level bubble moves and glass is nice. Measures 7" across. A great addition for anyone who collects Military Instruments. ZC1955 DT

127 - Gun Winchester 1894 in 30 WCF Lever Rifle This rare Winchester Model 1894 in .30 WCF Caliber Lever Rifle was manufactured in 1917 and features a 19.5" octagon barrel; and factory original half magazine tube that is concealed in the forearm. Other features include a case-hardened steel receiver with side loading port and top ejection port; blade front & adjustable leaf rear sights; straight-grip smooth hardwood stock & forearm; and a crescent metal butt plate. The action is smooth. Firearm is in very nice condition for the age and grades at 80% with worn bluing that is normal for a rifle of this age. The Winchester Model 1894 was a favorite among cowboys and ranchers in the early 1900's. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Vintage, Cowboy, Winchester, Wild West, 30Win, 30 Winchester, 30Winchester, .30WCF. 30WCF, .30 WCF, 30 WCF, 30 Winchester Center Fire, 30WinchesterCenterFire D9048 Winchester Model 1894 in 30 WCF caliber Serial Number 827988 Lever Action Rifle ZB7896 SWW

128 - Gun Ruger NM Blackhawk in 30 Carb Revolver Ruger Model New Model Blackhawk in .30 Carbine caliber Single Action Revolver (ECO) features blue finish, original Ruger hardwood grips with silver/black logo, 6 shot capacity, micro adjustable rear sight, and 7.5" barrel. Nice tight action – great firearm in an unusual caliber. Condition grades at 90% due to normal wear. Used. Tag Word: Firearm, Target, Sport Shooting, Cowboy, 30Carb, .30 Carb, .30Carb, 30 Carbine, 30Carbine, .30 Carbine, .30Carbine, 7.62x33 MM, 7.62x33MM, 7.62 x 33 MM, 7.62 x 33MM D9262 Ruger Model NM Blackhawk in 30 Carb Serial Number 51-18503 Single Action Revolver Z12 SWW

129 - Lot of Military Personal Memorabilia This is an eclectic mixed lot of military related memorabilia items that are either personal in nature or of collector interest. Includes such items as Hitler portrait photo; German Nazi Stamps; personal soldier’s portrait; hand-painted military uniform sketches; personal portrait photos; black & white photos; pamphlets; postcards; correspondence; and more! Tag Words: Tag Words: World War II, INTDES, WWII, Military, Collectable, Paper, Photos ZB8950 129 SWW

130 - Gun Belgian Mauser 1889 in 7.65 Bolt Action Rifle This Belgian Mauser Model 1889 in 7.65x53 Bolt Action Rifle has re-blued metal, otherwise it looks original. Other features include blue finish, 24” tapered barrel, chrome straight bolt, 3 position wing safety, 5-shot integral magazine, 3 sling swivels with leather sling attached, bayonet lug, cleaning rod, and steel butt-plate. Top of receiver is marked “Manufacture d’Armes de L’ Etat” (State Arms Manufacture) and a cartouche on the right side of stock indicating the rifle was made in 1956. Condition grades at 80% with new bluing. Used. From the internet: “The Model 1889 was a five-shot, magazine-fed bolt-action rifle, and it was among the most advanced designs of the day. Indeed, this first order, and the high regard in which the Belgian Army held the FN Mausers, helped to create FN's impeccable reputation. Orders for Mauser rifles began to come in from a number of countries, but these were usually for other Mauser designs and not the Model 1889. The Belgian military identified a need for a military carbine, and an initial order for 200 was placed in 1893. It evolved through the years and was adapted for use by several branches of the military. No less than five carbine variations existed in the pre-World War I days, and these variations demonstrated only small differences in overall length, stocks and sling swivels. Another 20,000 rifles were ordered from FN in 1903 and again in 1906. The Model 1889 slowly replaced the obsolete Comblain rifles until re-equipment was completed by 1908. Interestingly, the Belgian military was extremely progressive in the acceptance of modern designs, but rather slow at replacing outdated equipment. The Manufacture d'Armes de l'Etat (State Arms Manufacture) was the Belgian state arsenal. The license to manufacture Mauser rifles had been issued to the Belgian government and not directly to FN. Consequently, the government had the right to produce both parts and complete rifles. The state arsenal had a limited role prior to World War I, concentrating primarily on repairs and spare parts.” Tag Words: Firearm, Surplus, competition, benchrest, target, plinking, varmint, camping, hunting, 7.65x53 MM, 7.65x53MM, 7.65x53 MM Mauser E2233 Belgian Mauser Model 1889 in 7.65 Serial Number 75224 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

131 - Bayonet WWII Model 1917 Bayonet w/ Scabbard A genuine WWII era Model 1917 Bayonet with metal scabbard features a 17” single edge blade; 21.5” overall length. The bayonet has a ‘birds head’ pommel. The lug release works and the blade is in very nice condition - shows little use. The fullered steel blade is stamped on the Ricasso with “1917 – U.S.” and “MD – E”. The handle shows some patina. The leather scabbard is in good condition for its age – the paint is worn on some parts, but the frog with metal hanger is in very good condition. The M1917 bayonet is a perfect addition for any military collector or someone who collects military edge weapons. From the internet: “The M1917 bayonet was used first during World War I by American soldiers on the Western Front. A sword bayonet design, the M1917 bayonet design was based on the British P1907 bayonet, which incorporated a long 17-inch blade. While designed primarily for the M1917 rifle the bayonet was fitted for use on all the "trench" shotguns at the time. The M1917 was used frequently during the several different Banana Wars. The U.S. continued to use the Word War I-made M1917 bayonets during World War II because of large stockpiles left over. The new Trench Guns being procured and issued were still designed to use the old M1917 bayonet. The bayonet was again called on during the Korean War for issue with the various Trench guns still in service.” Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Authentic, WWII, WW2, World War II, Japan, Rising Sun, Germany, Vintage ZB1241 131 SWW

132 - Gun Carcano M91 in 6.5x52mm Military Rifle Italian Model Carcano Model 1891 in 6.5x52mm Carcano caliber Bolt Action Carbine is the Fucile di Fanteria Modelo 1891 (Long Infantry Rifle). Features 31” barrel with 5 rd. internal magazine; 50.25” overall length; blade front sight and “V” notch adjustable rear sight; a one piece wood stock with straight grip; two barrel bands with sling loop; bayonet lug; metal butt-plate, and cleaning rod. The top of the barrel is stamped “Terni”. Its metal finish shows may be re-blued with slight fading; however, the stock shows use with dents, nicks, etc. in wood surface. This is a rare rifle and it should make a nice addition for any collector. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, WWI, WWII, Vintage, Infantry, 6.5x52MM, 6.5 x 52 MM, 6.5 x 52MM E2235 Carcano Model M91 in 6.5 Serial Number OF9228 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

133 - Firearm Replica Non-Firing British Sten Gun This is an excellent replica of a British Sten Gun for NON-FIRING DISPLAY ONLY. The display piece has many original parts which add to the authentic feel! This poem aptly portrays the Sten Gun: “You wicked piece of vicious tin!/Call you a gun? Don’t make me grin./You’re just a bloated piece of pipe./You couldn’t hit a hunk of tripe./But when you’re with me in the night,/I’ll tell you, pal, you’re just alright!—“Ode to a Sten Gun,” by S.N. Teed.” From the internet, “Few weapons in the modern era ever had a poem penned its honor. But few weapons were ever like the Sten gun. Hastily contrived in the early, desperate days of World War II, it looked like a last-ditch effort to arm British troops—and it was. Terrified Britons knew they did not have enough weapons to repel a German invasion force. The British lost thousands of small arms that were destroyed or simply abandoned after the devastating rout at Dunkirk. Bolt-action rifles from the Great War and hunting guns were often the only firearms available for some units. The British Army purchased every Thompson submachine gun it could acquire from the United States, but demand soon outpaced supply once the U.S. entered the war. But two British weapons designers, Maj. Reginald Shepherd and Harold Turpin, worked together to create a simple, blowback-operated submachine gun that could be quickly and cheaply made from machined steel. The Royal Small Arms Factory at Enfield produced a prototype—take the “S” from Shepherd, the “T” from Turpin and the “EN” from Enfield and you have the weapon’s name. Produced in both Great Britain and Canada starting in 1941, the Sten was often quickly welded together, the slag filed off and the completed gun then thrown in a pile with others of its kind. However, the Canadian weapons often had better production quality, with smoother edges and better tolerances. Tens of thousands of Stens were parachute-dropped to partisans in Europe and Asia for use against the Germans and Japanese. Suppressed versions of the weapon were also available for covert operations. Still, descriptions of the Sten often were downright insulting. Some of the more printable epithets include “The Woolworth Special,” “The Plumbers Delight” and “The Stench Gun.” You couldn’t blame the soldiers for calling it names. It looked like it was assembled from bits and pieces found in a hardware store—in fact, some of the Sten’s essential parts in early models such as springs were originally obtained from hardware manufacturers rather than from gunsmiths.” NON-FIRING REPLICA - DISPLAY ONLY – NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Accessories, Machine Gun, Korean War, Vietnam War, WWII, WW II, WW2, WW 2, ZC1955 133 SWW

134 - Gun Ruger NM Super Blackhawk in 44 Mag Revolver Ruger New Model Super Blackhawk in .44 Mag Single Action Revolver (XLL) features a tactical red/Green Dot Sight System on rail mount, blue finish, black checkered Pachmayr Presentation grips, 6 shot capacity, combat style serrated hammer, and 7" barrel. Condition grades at 85% due to normal wear. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, CCW, Target, Sport Shooting, Off Duty, Military, Law Enforcement, 44Mag, .44 Mag, .44Mag, 44 Magnum, .44 Magnum, 44Magnum, .44Magnum E2355 Ruger Model NM Super Blackhawk in 44 Mag Serial Number 83-37440 Single Action Revolver Z12 SWW

135 - Gun Mosin Nagant M91/30 in 7.62x54R Bolt Rifle C.A.I. imported Russian Mosin Nagant Model 91/30 in 7.62x54R caliber Bolt Action Rifle is one of the most famous battle rifles of the 20th Century. Markings on the barrel show it was made in 1939. It is chambered in 7.62x54R, a caliber that falls between the American .308 and .30-06 in power and ballistics. This model features a round receiver, 28.75” barrel, and stainless steel straight bolt. Other features include top-loading 5 rd. magazine, hooded post front & adjustable incremental folding rear sights, two barrel bands, cleaning rod, sling ports in forearm and stock, hardwood stock and forearm with wood top-plate, and steel butt-plate. Overall length of 48.5”. All visible serial numbers match. The stock is in very good condition for its age with a nice patina. Condition grades at 90%. Used. From internet: “The Mosin–Nagant (Russian: ???????? ??????) is a bolt-action, internal magazine-fed, military rifle, developed by the Imperial Russian Army in 1882–1891, and used by the armed forces of the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and various other nations. It is one of the most mass-produced military bolt action rifles in history with over 37 million units produced since its inception in 1891, and much like the AK-47 it has shown up in various conflicts around the world, despite its age and obsolescence." Tag Words: Firearm, Military, Russian, Middle East, Soviet, Surplus, Collectable, 7.5x54, 7.5x54MM, 7.5 x 54 MM, 7.5 x 54R E2192 Mosin Nagant Model M91/30 in 7.62x54R Caliber Serial Number 9130040849 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

136 - Firearm Inert Bomb Shell Casing Mortar Round An inert practice bomb / shell casing / mortar round. Cigar shaped metal tube with stabilizing fins on bottom. Side is stenciled "Rocket Practice 3.5 Inch M29A2". Great decoration piece or for a collector. Measures 24.5" long x 3.5" diameter. See more inert bombs in lot #s 38, 136, 248, and 319. Tag Words: Military surplus, WW1, WWII, militaria, ammunition, firearm, gun, tank ZB9074 MKL

137 - Gun ICA Dakota in 45 LC SA Revolver This vintage Italian-made Inter Continental Arms Model Dakota in .45 LC Single Action Revolver is an early Colt Single Action Army copy. Features Single Action, Nickel-plated finish, 4.75” nickel-plated steel barrel, 6 cartridge nickel-plated steel cylinder & frame, ejector rod, shark-fin front blade sight, ribbed hammer, and original hardwood grips. Mechanically condition grades at 90%; but the nickel-plating is worn in places from holster wear and use. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Service, Militaria, Memorabilia, Frontier, 45LC, .45 LC, .45LC, 45 Long Colt, .45 Long Colt, 45Long Colt, .45Long Colt, 45 Colt E2178 ICA Model Dakota in 45 LC Serial Number 181 Single Action Revolver Z12 SWW

138 - Firearm WWII era Rifle Accessories Lot of Military Surplus rifle/firearm accessories includes (3) .45 caliber 30 rd. Magazines for the Thompson M1 or Thompson M1A1 Sub-Machine Gun; (1) M1 Carbine OD Green Canvas Sling; (14) M1 Garand Ammo Clips; 03-A3 .30-06 Ammo Stripper Clips; and (2) M1A1 Thompson SMG wood stocks (1 with metal parts). Used. Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, 45ACP, .45 ACP, .45ACP, 45 Auto, .45Auto, .45 Auto, .45Auto ZB7940 138 SWW

139 - Bronze QUEEN'S SUDAN MEDAL 1896-97 Bronze Queens Sudan Medal with Ribbon in very good condition with just the normal handling marks for a medal of this era. Ribbon is intact and appears to be original. The Queen's Sudan medal commemorates the forced expansion of the de facto British protectorate of Egypt to the south, into what at the time was a wholly independent Sudan. The previous attempt by British and Egyptian forces to subdue and control these territories failed after the successful Dervish revolt led by Muhammad Ahmad ("The Mahdi"), the climax of which was the defeat of General Gordon at the fall of Khartoum. Description: The obverse bears the bust of Queen Victoria and the legend 'VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX'. The reverse has the winged figure of Victory seated with her arms outstretched holding a palm branch in her left hand and a laurel wreath in her right. In the background are the Royal Standards and below her feet is the word 'SUDAN'. The suspender is straight and attached to the medal with a riveted claw mount. Clasps: None authorised for this medal. Ribbon: 1.25" wide divided in half into black and yellow with a central narrow red stripe. The yellow is said to represent the desert while the black is for the Dervish tribesman and the red for the thin line of British troops. The original ribbon had a corded edge. ZC1955 DT

140 - Gun Beretta ARX160 in 22 LR Semi Auto Rifle Beretta Model ARX160 in .22 LR Semi-Automatic Rifle (EXU) is a lightweight, user-friendly ergonomic masterpiece. Features Semi-Auto Action; black polymer frame; easy-to-access bolt & trigger system; MIL STD 1913 Picatinny Rails; ambidextrous magazine release & two-position safety, and cocking handle; 18.11” barrel length; 36.2” overall length; flip-up front & rear sights; and (1) 20 rd. STANAG-look magazine. Grades at New in case with papers & lock. From the internet: “Finally, a training firearm in .22 caliber that looks, feels and shoots like Beretta's heralded ARX160 military assault rifle. Just like the military version, the ARX160 .22 LR is lightweight, user friendly, and an ergonomic masterpiece. This is a rifle full of cool features that will be a thrill to put its paces at the range. Beyond its striking physical and working similarities to the combat version, it also shares its ambidextrous advantages. The two-position safety, magazine release, and cocking handle can all be set to the right or left hand preference. Picatinny rails allow the user to build on anything they can dream, the rifle can be dissembled for cleaning easily without tools, allowing access to clean the barrel from the back round. There is also easy access to the bolt and trigger system, just like with a .223 Rem rifle. Constructed of reinforced polymer with flip up sights, the ARX160 .22 LR gives shooters the experience of shooting the world's preeminent military rifle at a price they can afford.” Tag Words: Firearm, target, plinking, varmint, camping, hunting, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle D5394 Beretta Model ARX160 in 22 LR Serial Number PB008543 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

141 - Gun Remington SxS in 12 Ga Break Action Shotgun Vintage Remington Model Hammerless SxS in 12 GA Break Action Shotgun (MLC) features checkered Walnut stock & forearm; double trigger; 30" Steel side by side barrels; 3" chamber; breach cock; breach ejectors; top-tang barrel safety; bead front sight; and hard rubber butt-plate. Condition grades at 70+% with bluing nearly gone & chip in wood at bottom of stock. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Skeet, Clay pigeon, Trap shooting, 12Ga, 12 Gauge, 00Buck, 00Buckshot, 00 Buck, 00 Buckshot, Rifled Slug, Slug E2338 Remington Model SxS in 12 Ga Serial Number 302710 Break Action Shotgun Z12 SWW

142 - Antique Mazzocchi Single Shot Black Powder Pistol Antique Black Powder Ball & Cap Pistol by Mazzocchi of Roma in and unknown caliber (possibly .50 caliber, (although barrel is marked C. 15.9 which may be the caliber), and features white finish metal with brass accents; one-piece hardwood handle & body; 9.5” round barrel; raised bead front sight; 15" overall length; exposed hammer; and single trigger. Used. ANTIQUE BLACK POWDER – NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Word: Gun, Pirate, Replica, INTDES, Prop, Sport Shooting, Hunting Z12 142 SWW

143 - Uniform Military Cloth Patches & Accoutrements A nice collector’s lot of assorted military cloth sew-on patches and other accoutrements. Includes cloth patches for various units as well as rank, shoulder boards, buttons, and more! Tag Words: IntDes, Uniform, Patches, Sew-On, Advertising ZB8950 143 SWW

144 - Gun Ruger Single Six in 22 Mag SA Revolver This Ruger (Old Model) Single Six in .22 Win Mag Single Action Revolver (MUC) is a highly collectable and hard to find model manufactured in 1961. Features blue finish, Ruger checkered hard rubber grips with silver/black logo, 6 shot capacity, serrated trigger, fixed front and rear sights, and 6.5" barrel. Condition grades at 85% due to wear consistent with age. Used. From the internet, “RUGER OLD MODEL SINGLE-SIX “MAGNUM ONLY” REVOLVERS PRODUCED 1959 – 1962. The .22 Magnum cartridge was introduced by Winchester in 1959. Ruger introduced its Single-Six single action revolver in .22 “Magnum Only” around June of that same year. The Magnum guns had 6-1/2 inch barrels, round loading gates, checkered black hard rubber grips, and no firing pin groove in the rear of the cylinder. They were roll-marked “RUGER SINGLE-SIX WIN. .22 RF MAG. CAL” in two lines on the left side of the cylinder frame. In early 1960 the Magnum Only guns were also made available with varnished walnut grip panels. These Magnum Only guns were put in a special serial number range of their own beginning with 300000 and ending at 340XXX. The “Magnum Only” marked guns came in a black and red box with a yellow wreath on top like the standard Single-Six but designated with Cat. No.“RSSM” on the box end labeling. The production of these “Magnum Only” Single-Sixes ended sometime in August – September 1962. The 6-1/2” barrel length soon was made available in the standard “Single-Six .22 Caliber/.22 Magnum Convertible” model. There are several rare or scarce variations of these guns, some with only one or two known.” Tag Words: Firearm, Law Enforcement, Target, Service, 22WMR, 22 WMR, .22WMR, .22 WMR, 22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, 22 Mag, .22Mag, .22 Mag D9263 Ruger Model Single Six in 22 Mag Serial Number 321642 Single Action Revolver Z12 SWW

145 - Gun Colt Officer’s Model Target in 22 LR Revolver Post WWII era Colt Officers Model Target (Third Issue) in .22 LR Double Action Revolver was manufactured in 1949. Features include Colt flat-top E Frame with blued finish; 6” barrel; adjustable target front & rear sights; 6-shot cylinder; cylinder release lever; serrated hammer spur; ribbed trigger; and original Colt checkered Bakelite grips. Mechanically, this revolver is in very good to excellent condition. This is a very collectible Post-WWII revolver that would make an excellent addition to a Colt or any collector. Used. From the internet, “In 1904 Colt introduced its first medium frame double action target model revolver as the Colt Officer's Model. From then to 1969 Colt would produce versions of this under several names. The Officer's Model was always Colt's premium revolver until the introduction of the super-premium Python in 1955. In the days when the revolver was King of the Matches, the Officer's models were always the favorite of the champions and Colt's held all the records. The Officer's Model Target was introduced in 1927 and made until 1949. Calibers were .22LR, .32 Colt, and .38 Special, with the .32 Colt only available pre-war. In 1935 a heavy barrel was made available as an option. Post-war only the 6" barrel was offered.” Tag Words: Firearm, New Army, Navy, Collectible, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle D8785 Colt Officers Model Target in .22 LR Serial Number 54405 Revolver ZB9027 SWW

146 - Military Medals, Insignias and Pins Pair of Mexican Police Pins or Badges: Silver in color enameled and marked: Agente De Circulacion. They measure 2.5" across, United States Military Eagle hat badge, Joseph Warren pin, Saint Louis watch fob dated 1926, German pins, United States Marine Insignia, a few sterling -enameled pins, crossed rifles with the number 78 infantry pin and more! ZC1955 DT

147 - Gun Winchester 94 in 25-35 WCF Lever Action Rifle A very nice Winchester Model 94 in .25-35 WCF Lever Action Rifle. The rifle features a factory 20" blued steel barrel; ramp blade & adjustable leaf spring rear sights; case-hardened steel receiver; serrated hammer spur; 2 barrel bands; and steel butt-plate. Condition grades at a strong 80%. This rifle is a nice original ranch or cowboy rifle that is a must have for anyone who collects fine Winchesters. Tag Words: Firearm, Vintage, Cowboy, Winchester, Wild West, 25-35Win, 25-35 Winchester, 25-35Winchester, 25-35WCF, 25-35 WCF, 25-35 Winchester Center Fire, 25-35WinchesterCenterFire D9181 Winchester Model 94 in 25-35 WCF Caliber Serial Number 1435199 Lever Action Rifle ZB1901 SWW

148 - Very Early WWI ? Military ID Tags + More A set of early United States of America Dog Tags. Round shape aluminum with beaded chain. Marked Sheridan B. Ross. Set of WWII Tags marked " Warren B Ross". Also a USAF Air Force Badge Senior Missile Maintenance Pin SAC Stars Military Insignia. ZC1955 DT

149 - Gun Remington 03-A3 in 30-06 Bolt Action Rifle US Military Surplus US Remington Model 03-A3 in .30-06 caliber Bolt Action Rifle (ELL) features a new reproduction wood stock. Other features include 24” barrel; steel receiver; overall length of 43.5”. The top of the receiver is stamped, “U.S. REMINGTON MODEL 03-A3” & the Remington Arms “RA”; US Army ‘flaming bomb’ proof mark & 9-43 is stamped on the barrel end just before front sight, indicating it was manufactured in September, 1943. Other features include easy-cam bolt; thumb safety; smooth one-piece wood stock with wood forearm upper; two barrel bands; three sling swivels; fixed post front & adjustable incremental rear sights; and steel butt-plate. Condition grades at 95+%; weapon is in excellent condition. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, US Military, Surplus, Hunting, .30-06, 30-06 Springfield, .30-06 Springfield E2373 Remington Model 03-A3 in 30-06 caliber Serial Number 3999778 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

150 - Firearm W&C Scott & Sons Percussion SxS Shotgun Antique W&C Scott & Sons of London Black Powder Side x Side Ball & Cap Percussion Shotgun features (Bogardus Club Gun) engraved on the tape of the barrels and engraved receiver. Other features include (2) round 32” side-by-side Damascus steel barrels in 10 gauge; two exposed percussion hammers; dual triggers; checkered wood stock & forearm; steel butt plate; fixed bead front sight; and 48.5" overall length. Condition grades at 85%. Used. ANTIQUE BLACK POWDER - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Gun, Continental, Black Powder, Sport Shooting, Hunting Z12 150 SWW

151 - 2 Bayonets & 1 Knife in Sheath Solingen Dagger with leather sheath. Blade is marked "High Life". Appears to have a bakelite type handle with aluminum accents. Measures 10" long. An early 3 edge bayonet with no markings that measures 17.5" long. Last is a Vintage 1896 Swedish EJ Crown AB Military Bayonet 13.75" w/ Sheath ZC1955 DT

152 - Antique ‘Zulu’ Breech Loading Shotgun This is a very hard to find Snider Breech-load Conversion ‘Zulu’ 12 ga. Shotgun. These type guns were originally French military percussion muzzle loading rifle-muskets that was then converted in Belgium with the Snider Breech system, bore reamed to smoothbore, half stocked and sold as surplus in the African trade mainly to East African natives to harass the British. Years later, some entrepreneurial Belgians bought up all those old breech loading muskets and converted them to shotguns for the American market. Settlers heading out west needed a gun to get food more than defending against Indians, and lots of them were bought up by these pioneers. ANTIQUE - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “The history of the Zulu Shotgun goes back to the end of the muzzle loading era. With the civil war ushering in the era of the breech loading metallic cartridge firearm and with large stocks of muzzle loading weapons on hand, countries needed a way to convert these weapons to a breech loading weapon. One of the first methods was the Snider or Tabatiere conversion. By the late 1870’s large quantities of French converted rifle were on the surplus market with no buyers. A decision was made to convert them to an inexpensive shotgun. This was accomplished by reaming out the rifling in the barrels to make them smooth bore, scrubbing all the original marks off the rifles and then proof them with Belgium proof marks, cut down the stocks to a sporter configuration and removing the rifle sights and installing a front sight bead.” Tag Words: Gun, Vintage, Collectable Z12 152 SWW

153 - 2 Authentic WWII German Swastika Nazi Banner Flags 2 Authentic Third Reich Nazi banners or flags. - The smaller banner or flag measures 17.5” long by 13.5" wide. Made of red cotton bunting, with the black swastika in a white cotton fabric circle sewn onto both sides. Edge of one side has a couple of small holes and frayed spot. No restoration, has areas of soiling. - The larger flag or banner measures 32" long by 21" wide. Made of red cotton bunting with a black on white cotton bunting circle sewn onto both sides. The black of the swastika is faded a bit. Some old paint spots on the fabric. Has a hole in one corner with a couple of smaller holes near the center. Some soiling. From the internet, “In 1920, Adolf Hitler decided that the Nazi Party needed its own insignia and flag. For Hitler, the new flag had to be “a symbol of our own struggle” as well as “highly effective as a poster.” On 7 August 1920, at the Salzburg Congress, this flag became the official emblem of the Nazi Party. In Mein Kampf, Hitler described the Nazis' new flag: “In red we see the social idea of the movement, in white the nationalistic idea, in the swastika the mission of the struggle for the victory of the Aryan man, and, by the same token, the victory of the idea of creative work, which as such always has been and always will be anti-Semitic.” Tag Words: Banners, Pendants, Germany, Army, World War II, Flags, Axis Powers, European Allies, Combat ZB9074 TKT

154 - Vietnam War Photos Original Pieces Lots of History A large collection of Military Photo's from the Vietnam War. Many photos that record the history and damage done during the war. Please look with caution! Warning!!!!!!! Many of the photos are of people who were victims of the war with graphic injuries. A lot of history in this lot and would make a great addition for anyone to add to their collection or for a museum . Many of the photos have a description and also list who the photographer was. ZC1955 DT

155 - Gun Arisaka Type 99 in 7.7 Jap Bolt Action Rifle Arisaka Model Type 99 in 7.7 Jap caliber Bolt Action Rifle is Japanese Imperial Army Surplus and was manufactured from 1939 to 1945. Markings on the receiver include defaced Japanese Imperial Chrysanthemum stamp and proof mark. It is chambered in 7.7x58mm. This model features round receiver, 26” barrel, and straight bolt, top-loading 5 rd. magazine, post front & peep-hole rear sights, two barrel bands, sling swivels, hardwood stock and forearm, and wood butt-plate. Overall length of 44”. Condition grades at 60%. Used. From internet: “The Type 99 rifle Arisaka or Type 99 short rifle was a bolt-action rifle of the Arisaka design used by the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II. Though the Arisaka rifle has never been exported to the USA in great numbers, there are many available—most having been brought home by Marines and soldiers returning from the Pacific theater. In many cases, the imperial chrysanthemum atop the receiver has been defaced by the surrendering Japanese in order to preserve the Emperor's honor: the mark indicated that the rifle was the Emperor's personal property. Rifles with an intact chrysanthemum often bring a premium on the collector market, sometimes almost double the price for a like model defaced rifle. Many have been rechambered to more common calibers, due to the relative scarcity of factory 7.7×58 Arisaka, unlike other rifles of the period, it is particularly suitable because of its robust action." Tag Words: Firearm, Military, Japan, Imperial, WWII, Surplus, Collectable, 7.7x58, 7.7x58MM, 7.7 x 58 MM, 7.7 x 58 E2218 Arisaka Model Type 99 in 7.7 Jap Caliber Serial Number 18042 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

156 - Gun Spikes Tactical Zombie SL15 in 5.56 Semi Auto Spike’s Tactical Model SL-15 Zombie in 5.56mm Semi Auto Rifle (ILL) is an AR-15 style rifle that features Spike’s Tactical Multi-Cal Zombie Mod SL 15 Receiver, black matte finish, carry-handle style upper receiver, telescoping stock, fore-end grip, adjustable post front & adjustable peep-hole rear sights, 7” Free-Floating Rail style handguard, forward assist, brass deflector, safety selector, 16" chrome-lined barrel, A-2 flash hider, and black rubber finger-grip pistol grip. Attached is an IJK 2LLR-SPX LED+Laser on left side of rail. Condition grades at 95%. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, M4, Tactical, AR15, AR-15, Military, Prepper, Prepping, 5.56MM, 556 MM, 556MM, 5.56x45 MM, 5.56x45MM, 5.56 x 45 MM, 5.56 x 45MM, 5.56 NATO, 223 Rem, 223Rem, .223 Rem, .223Rem, 223 Remington, 223Remington, .223Remington E2403 Spikes Tactical SL15 in 5.56mm caliber Serial Number SAR38906 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

157 - Gun Colt Single Shot in 41 Derringer Vintage Colt Model Single Shot in .41 caliber Single Shot Derringer features side-pivoting Thuer action, nickel finish, rosewood grips, 2.5 " barrel, 5" overall length, front blade sight, and spur trigger. This derringer will complete an old west / gambler costume, and provide some fun at the same time. Condition grades at 80%. Used. Tag Word: Firearm, Collectible, Historic, Bicycle Gun, 22S, .22 S, .22S, 22 Short, .22Short, .22 Short D9053 Colt Model Single Shot in .41 Serial Number NVSND9053 Single Action Revolver ZB7896 SWW

158 - Lot of (4) Assorted SpyderCo Folding Knives This is a great lot with (4) SpyderCo brand Folding Knives. Includes (1) 2000 SpyderCo AUS-8 Model 411 Lock Blade Folding Knife with semi-serrated blade; (1) 1989 SpyderCo Folding Lock Blade Knife with serrated blade; (1) 1992 SpyderCo Bat-Wing Balde Lock Folding Knife with serrated blade; and (1) 1993 SpyderCo Mini Lock Blade Folding Knife with semi-serrated blade. From the internet, “Since starting Spyderco we've been told our knives are different, peculiar, even out there. All true. Thinking beyond established knife industry barriers allowed us to introduce new and radical innovations to the knife culture including: One-hand opening, serrations on a folder and a clip to attach a knife to a pocket. We didn't go into business to rake in a mountain of dough we're here for more selfish reasons- indulging our passion for creating knives. Spyderco is definitely out of the norm in the knife industry in our dedication to researching and developing fresh, improved and better performing materials all with function and reliability being key. Our recognizable appearance is a result of designing ergonomic functional tools rather than applying lipstick and nylons to a pocketknife. We may look curious, homely, whatever, but we'll never be called unusable or undependable. When you purchase a Spyderco you are buying a high-quality reliable cutting tool designed and manufactured for peak performance and ergonomic comfort. Those Who Know Carry Spyderco.” Tag Words: weapon, Knife, Switchblade, folding, defense, tactical, ZB8812 158 SWW

159 - 1882 British Campaign Medal Beautiful! Egypt 1882 Campaign Medal A beautiful medal with great details. Condition grades as very nice with only normal handling marks for a medal of this age. Unnamed and has no ribbon. Egypt Medal 1882. Circular silver medal with fixed claw and bar for ribbon suspension; the face with the crowned, veiled head of Queen Victoria facing left, circumscribed ‘VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX’ (Victoria Queen and Empress); the reverse with a sphinx facing left on a decorated plinth, circumscribed ‘EGYPT’ above.ZC1955

160 - Gun Chief Crazy Horse Winchester 94 in 38-55 Rifle Winchester Model 94 in .38-55 caliber Chief Crazy Horse Commemorative Lever Action Rifle (CLL) features blued steel finish, straight grip Walnut wood stock, 24” barrel, fixed front & fully adjustable rear sight. This is a beautiful Model 94 in a great caliber and from one of the best Commemorative production runs of all time. Few commemoratives have ever truly sparked the interest of the collecting world as has the Crazy Horse Commemorative, with its Native American - frontier style embellishments. Like New in Box with papers- box is in good to very good condition. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Guide, Hi-power, .38-55, 38-55, D8680 Winchester Model 94 CCH in .38-55 Serial Number CCH18779 Lever Action Rifle Z12 SWW

161 - Bayonet (2) WWII German Bayonets w/ Scabbard This is a great lot with (1) WWII era German Model 1884/98 (Third Pattern) Knife Bayonet with metal scabbard used with the German Mauser Kar 98K Rifle features a 9.75” single edge blade; 15” overall length. The lug release works and the blade is in very nice condition - shows little use; also has a ‘birds head’ pommel and brown Bakelite grip. The fullered steel blade is stamped on the Ricasso with “J. Sch.” maker’s mark and the SN “9429”. The handle shows slight wear. The metal scabbard is in good condition for its age (SN does not match bayonet) and the leather frog is in very good condition with a Swastika stamped on the front; and (1) WWII era German K98 Mauser military bayonet with metal scabbard features a 253mm (10”) blade with 385mm (15.25”) overall length. The blade is in very nice condition; shows very little use; and the Ricasso is marked, “cof 43” and “u 3600”. The handle shows a little weathering. The scabbard is nice with no dings and the paint is worn on some parts. Serial numbers on bayonet and scabbard match. Leather bayonet frog is in good condition for its age. These are a perfect addition for any military collector or someone who collects military edge weapons. From the internet: “The M1884/98 III Knife bayonet for use with the 8 mm. Mauser Kar 98K rifle of the Second World War. This bayonet will also mount to most other Mauser bolt-action rifles that were based on the M1898.” From the internet: “The first knife bayonet was introduced for the first German rifle with a magazine Rifle M1871/84. The knife-bayonet, which had been adopted in January 1884, was named M71/84. This bayonet was one of the very first adopted knife bayonets in the world. Another modification of the S84/98 bayonet, designated as the K98 bayonet, began production in 1934. Mass production started in 1936. The K98 bayonet was a standard issue item and was accompanied by a bayonet frog to be worn on the reverse left side of the load carrying waist belt. The K98 bayonet remained the standard issue bayonet through-out the war with minor manufacturing variations.” Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Authentic, WWII, WW2, World War II, Japan, Rising Sun, Germany, Vintage ZB8950 161 SWW

162 - Gun Ortgies 5th Style in 7.65mm Semi Auto Pistol This 1920’s era German made Ortgies Model 5th Style in 7.65mm Long (.32 ACP) Semi-Auto Pistol is designed by Heinrich Ortgies and made by Deutsche Werke – Werk, Erfurt, Germany. Features Recoil Striker Action, 3.3” barrel length, 6.5” overall length, iron front blade & rear notch fixed sights, grip safety, blued steel slide and frame, 7+1 round capacity magazine, and smooth wood grips. Stamped on the right side of frame is “Crown over N” German Nitro Proof marks. Slide and receiver have matching serial numbers. Condition is good; grades at 75+% wear consistent with age. Used. From the internet: “Heinrich Ortgies designed the pistol while living in Liège, Belgium during World War I. After the war, he moved to Erfurt, Germany, where in 1919 he commenced production of the pistol in his own factory. The weapons bore the mark "Ortgies & Co. – Erfurt" on their slides and a circular brass insert in their grips marked with a stylized "HO." Ortgies died later that year, and eventually production of his pistol passed to Deutsche Werke, a shipbuilding company headquartered in Berlin. For a short time thereafter, the slide marking was changed to "Deutsche Werke Aktiengesellschaft Berlin" before changing again to "Deutsche Werke Aktiengesellschaft Werke Erfurt," ultimately shortened to "Deutsche Werke – Werke Erfurt." Deutsche Werke pistols continued to feature the "HO" brass grip inset until relatively late in their production, when they substituted one with a new trademark depicting a stylized crouching cat with long tail forming an S-curve over its back. In keeping with prevalent economics in Germany at the time, factory finishes were limited to bluing or, rarely, nickel. The latter finish could be either matte or bright. No Ortgies pistol was produced with a chrome finish or, aside from one known salesman's sample, with factory engraving. Production ceased in 1924.” Tag Words: Firearm, Collectible, Military, Law Enforcement, 32ACP, .32 ACP, .32ACP,32 Auto, .32Auto, .32 Auto, .32Auto, 32 Automatic Colt Pistol, .32 Automatic Colt Pistol, 7.65x17, 7.65 x 17 D9055 Ortgies Model 5th Style in 7.65mm Serial Number 218948 Semi Auto Pistol ZB7896 SWW

163 - Firearm Italy 1858 Remington Army 44 Cal Revolver This F. Llipietta Italian made from Navy Arms Co. replica Black Powder Percussion Revolver in .44 Cal Revolver is styled after the Remington 1858 Army Revolver and features blued finish with steel frame; hardwood grips w/ brass trigger guard; 8" blued round barrel; 14" overall length; and front blade sight. Also features a 6 shot capacity cylinder, and loading lever. Used in box with papers. SN: 207595 BLACK POWDER – NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Word: Gun, INTDES, Prop, Sport Shooting, Hunting ZB7896 163 SWW

164 - Firearm Sharps 1874 in 45-70 Lever Action Rifle This C. Sharps Model 1874 in .45-70 caliber Single Shot Lever Action Rifle (MCLL) is a highly accurate sporting model that features case-hardened blued steel frame; pistol-grip style American walnut stock & Schnabel forend; 30” octagonal/round blued steel barrel; blade front & flip-up notch rear sight with adjustable deluxe peep-hole Tang rear sight; and hard rubber butt-plate. Markings include left side of receiver stamped, “SHARPS RIFLE CO – PAT APR, 6, 1863”; while top of barrel is stamped, “SHARPS RIFLE CO. – BRIDGEPORT, CONN. – CAL. 45”. “Old Reliable” is etched on the mid-barrel just in front of flip-up sight. SN: 159309 ANTIQUE - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “Sharps made sporting versions from the late 1840s until the late 1880s. After the American Civil War, converted Army surplus rifles were made into custom firearms, and the Sharps factory produced Models 1869 and 1874 in large numbers for commercial buffalo hunters and frontiersmen. These large-bore rifles were manufactured with some of the most powerful black powder cartridges ever made. Sharps also fabricated special long-range target versions for the then-popular Creedmoor style of 1,000-yard (910 m) target shooting. Many modern black powder cartridge silhouette shooters use original and replica Sharps rifles to target metallic silhouettes cut in the shapes of animals at ranges up to 500 meters. Shiloh Rifle Manufacturing Company, and C Sharps Arms of Big Timber, Montana, have been manufacturing reproductions of the Sharps Rifle since 1983 and 1979, respectively.” Tag Words: Gun, Hunting, Guide, Hi-Power, Buffalo, Target, Silhouette, Competition, .45-70, 45-70 Government, .45-70 Government , 45-70 Govt, .45-70 Govt Z12 164 SWW

165 - Gun Carcano M91/38 in 6.5x52mm Military Rifle Italian Model Carcano M91/38 in 6.5x52mm Carcano caliber Bolt Action Carbine is the Fucile di Fanteria Model 91/38 version with “1940” & “XVIII” on the barrel with “Crown over RE Terni”. Features include 20.9” barrel with 5 rd. internal magazine; 39.75” overall length; blade front sight and “V” notch rear sight; a one piece wood stock with straight grip; one barrel band with sling loop; bayonet lug; metal butt-plate, and sling swivel at the rear of the butt stock. The top of the barrel is stamped “1940 XVIII”. Its metal finish shows a nice patina with slight fading; however, the stock shows use with dents, nicks, etc. in wood surface. This is a rare rifle and it should make a nice addition for any collector. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, WWI, WWII, Vintage, Infantry, 7.92x57Mauser, 7.92 x 57 Mauser, 7.92x57 MM Mauser, 7.92x57MM Mauser, 7.92 x 57MM Mauser E2234 Carcano Model M91/38 in 6.5 Serial Number T3303 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

166 - Gun Ruger Deerfield in .44 Mag Semi-Auto Carbine This Ruger Model Deerfield in .44 Magnum Semi-Auto Carbine(ECL) is a favorite for any application where maneuverability and ease of handling are priorities. The Ruger Deerfield is made for unparalleled reliability in harsh conditions and features 18.5” steel barrel, walnut wood stock, military style peep sights, detachable 4 round rotary box magazine, tactical sling swivels, vented handguard, and curved metal butt-plate. The wood and the finish on the rifle are very good; grades at 90+%. Used. Tag Word: Firearm, Hunting, Target, Military, Police, Tactical, Law Enforcement, Sport, Plinking, Hiking, Camping, 44Mag, .44 Mag, .44Mag, 44 Magnum, .44 Magnum, 44Magnum, .44Magnum E2358 Ruger Model Deerfield Carbine in .44 Mag Serial Number 630-05810 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

167 - Gun Beretta Whitewing in 12 Ga O/U Shotgun P. Beretta imported Model Whitewing in 12 GA Over/Under Shotgun (ICL) was made in Italy and features (2) 28" polished blue flat-ventilated rib barrels with 2 ¾” – 3” chamber; engraved receiver; high gloss two-piece wood stock & forearm; 45.5” overall length; thumb safety; shotshell extractor; gold-plate trigger; tang chamber break lever; and soft rubber butt-plate. Condition grades at 90% with slight dings/scratches in wood stock. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Skeet, Clay Pigeon, Trap Shooting, Pheasant, Duck, 12Ga, 12 Gauge, 00Buck, 00Buckshot, 00 Buck, 00 Buckshot, Rifled Slug, Slug E2251 Beretta Model Whitewing in 12 Ga Serial Number M90661B O/U Shotgun Z12 SWW

168 - Antique Cast Iron Signal Salute Cannon & Carriage Cast Iron Signal or Salute Cannon, possibly English circa 1800-1840. with 1.5" inch bore and 20.5" barrel length, 4" at the widest point at the back. It is mounted on a wood artillery carriage that measures 8.5" tall by 9.25" wide wheel base. Cast Iron wheels measure 4" wide by 1" deep. Black stove painted cast Iron wheels with cast iron bolt holding the wood carriage together. Cannon is painted with old, black stove paint. Wood carriage is painted in an old yellow heavy ships paint. Rear wheel mount is loose from the carriage. Cannon looks to have been dug from the ground originally, as the back of the inside of the bore is packed with hard encrusted dirt. Looks to be an old restoration job. Still makes a great display. Tag Words: Cannon, Ship, Navy, Army, Breech Loader, Ship, Land ZB9074 TKT

169 - Gun Colt Cobra in 38 SPL DA Revolver Vintage Colt (2nd Issue) Cobra in .38 SPL Revolver (ELL) features lightweight aluminum frame and was made in 1975. Other features include Single/Double Action, 2” nickel steel barrel, 6 cartridge cylinder, fixed front blade & integral rear groove sight, exposed serrated hammer, nickel steel cylinder, and correct Colt walnut wood grips. Condition grades at 95%. Used. From the internet: “The Colt Cobra is a lightweight, aluminum-framed, double-action short-barreled revolver, not to be confused with the Colt King Cobra. The Cobra was chambered in .38 Special, .32 Colt New Police, and .22 LR. It holds six shots of ammunition and was sold by Colt from 1950 until 1981. The Cobra was made in two models: The First Model, made from 1950-1971 and weighing 15 ounces unloaded with 2-inch barrel, and an improved Second Model, made from 1972 onwards, recognizable by its shrouded ejector rod, with an unloaded weight of 16 ounces. The Cobra is the same overall size and configuration as the famous Colt Detective Special and uses the same size "D" frame, except that the Cobra's frame is constructed of lightweight aluminum alloy as compared to the all-steel frame of the Detective Special. In the mid-1960s, the Detective Special's and Cobra's grip frame was shortened to the same size as that of the Agent. The Cobra was produced in calibers .38 Special, 32 Colt New Police, .22 LR, and a rare few in .38 S&W. The .38 Special Cobra was available in 2, 3, 4, and 5 inch barrel lengths. The .32 caliber version was available in 2- and 3-inch barrel lengths. The .22 LR Cobra was available only with the 3-inch barrel. Standard Cobras were blued with round-butt grip frames. The .38 Special Cobra with a 2-inch barrel was available with a nickel finish at additional cost. Early models also had a square-butt option.” Tag Words: Firearm, Medium Frame, Service, Self-Defense, Law Enforcement, Police, 38SPL, .38 SPL, .38SPL, 38 Special .38 Special E2333 Colt Model Cobra in .38 SPL Serial Number H72907 Double Action Revolver Z12 SWW

170 - Gun ATI AR-15Quad in 5.56 Semi Auto Rifle ATI Model AR-15 Quad in .223/5.56MM Semi Auto Rifle (ALL) is an AR-15 style rifle that features ATI Billet Receiver, black matte finish, HDF telescoping stock, 16” Flat Top Quad Rail Troy Package, (1) 30 rd. capacity magazine included, forward assist, brass deflector, safety selector, 17" chrome-lined HDP profile barrel with A-2 flash hider, adjustable post front sight, and black thermoplastic pistol grip. Rifle has very low serial number. Condition grades at 95%+. Like new in box. Tag Words: Firearm, M4, Tactical, AR15, AR-15, Military, Prepper, Prepping, 223 Rem, 223Rem, .223 Rem, .223Rem, 223 Remington, 223Remington, .223Remington, 5.56MM, 556 MM, 556MM, 5.56x45 MM, 5.56x45MM, 5.56 x 45 MM, 5.56 x 45MM, NATO D2753 ATI AR-15 Quad in 5.56 caliber Serial Number HDA-000002 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

171 - Vintage Police Clubs & Handcuffs Peerless A great group of Police equipment, the consignor stated that this belonged to a Military Police Officer (MP) stationed in Vietnam. Lot contains: 2 Billy Clubs with no manufactures marks, A leather Black Jack (Billy Club), A pair of Peerless Handcuffs in the original box with keys and paper wrap that appear to be unissued. Also a pair of Smith & Wesson Cuffs with Key. ZC1955 DT

172 - Firearm National Arms Single Shot Derringer Antique National Arms Co. of Brooklyn, NY Single Shot .41 Rimfire caliber Derringer was manufactured in 1870 and features side-pivoting action, nickel finish over brass body, integral handle, 2.5 " steel barrel, 4.75" overall length, front blade sight, and spur trigger. This derringer will complete an old west / gambler costume, and provide some fun at the same time. Condition grades at 40%. Used in beautiful custom felt-lined wood box with brass accents. ANTIQUE – NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Word: Gun, Collectible, Historic, Bicycle Gun Z12 172 SWW

173 - Queens 1882 Egypt Named Medal Queens 1882 Egypt Named Medal in very nice condition showing slight handling marks with a very sharp image and clean ribbon. Includes 1 Bar titled "TEl-EL- KEBIR 1st Version with date. From Wikipedia: The Egypt Medal (1882–1889), also called the Egyptian Medal, was awarded for the military actions involving the British Army during the 1882 Anglo-Egyptian War. The war, due to the British involvement in Egypt, deepened after the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869. Foreign armies mutinied and triggered an anti-European uprising in 1882. There were two versions of the medal, the first were the ones issued during 1882 which had "1882" engraved below the sphinx. The second version was the same but without the "1882" engraving. ZC1955 DT

174 - Gun Glock 21 Gen3 in 45 ACP Semi Auto Pistol Glock Model 21 (Gen 3) in 45 ACP Semi Auto Pistol (EUC) features matte black finish with rough textured grip to prevent slips, 4.6” barrel, (2) 13+1 capacity magazines, standard Glock sights, two stage trigger, and accessory rail. Condition grades at 90%. Used in box with spare magazine. From the internet: “Glock has a celebrated tradition of creating quality firearms known for their reliability and ease of use, and the Glock 21 pistol is no exception. The Glock 21 is an American classic that has a longstanding relationship with law enforcement agencies. This .45 caliber model features an above-average magazine capacity of 13 rounds and is revered for its accuracy, comfort and reliability.” Tag Words: Firearm, Carry, Concealed, Defense, Target, Law Enforcement, Police, Military, 45ACP, .45 ACP, .45ACP,45 Auto, .45Auto, .45 Auto, .45Auto, 45 Automatic Colt Pistol, .45 Automatic Colt Pistol E2385 Glock Model 21 Gen3 in 45 ACP Serial Number KYU479 Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

175 - Firearm Tomlinson Muzzle Load Blk Pwdr SxS Shotgun Antique Tomlinson Thame of Oxford Muzzle Loading Black Powder Side x Side Ball & Cap Percussion Shotgun features “Tomlinson Thame” stamped on the engraved receiver. Other features include (2) round 28” side-by-side laminated steel barrels in unknown caliber; dual triggers; original ram rod; two exposed percussion hammers; checkered wood stock & forearm; steel butt plate; bead front sight; and 44.5" overall length. Condition grades at 60% with slight pitting on barrel. Used. ANTIQUE BLACK POWDER - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Gun, Continental, Black Powder, Sport Shooting, Hunting Z12 175 SWW

176 - Lot of (4) WWII German Bayonet/ Dagger Hangers This is a lot of (4) original WWII German Bayonet/Dagger Hangers for various weapons. Each is made of either leather or canvas with steel buckles or clasp hooks and is in good to very good condition. Unknown identification of individual pieces. Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Authentic, WWII, WW2, World War II, Germany, Sword, Dress, Memorabilia, Nazi ZB8950 176 SWW

177 - Gun Enfield C No4 MK1* in 303 Brit Bolt Rifle Canadian made by Long Branch, Enfield Model C No4 MK1* in .303 Brit caliber Bolt Action Rifle has receiver is marked "C No 4 MK1*" on left side & “1950” indicating it was made in 1950. The rear band is marked with the SN. Features 24.5” blued steel barrel; one-piece wood stock is in very good condition for its age with a nice patina; bolt safety; sling swivels with peoper canvas sling; steel butt-plate; 44.25” overall length; and has semi-hooded fixed blade front & fully adjustable C Mk 3 rear sights. Includes (1) 5 rd. box magazine. All visible serial numbers match. Condition grades at 80%. Used. From internet: "The Lee-Enfield bolt-action, magazine-fed, repeating rifle was the main firearm used by the military forces of the British Empire and Commonwealth during the first half of the 20th century. It was the British Army's standard rifle from its official adoption in 1895 until 1957. Canadian made Longbranch No4MkI’s are easy to tell as they have “Longbranch” written across the receiver and they would have been changed over around 41 /42 from MkI to MkI*. The US made No4MkI’s were produced under the lend-lease agreement and as such will have U.S. PROPERTY stamped across left part of the receiver. Well it should have it stamped there! I’ve had stories recounted to me that some units removed the marks. But again, a very stylised square S or the US flaming proof mark may well give it away. But these early US marked No4MkI’s will be rather limited in numbers." Tag Words: Firearm, Military, British, Middle East, Oman, Surplus, Collectable, 303British, 303 Brit, .303 British, .303British, .303 Brit E2310 Enfield Model No. 4 MK1* in .303 Brit Caliber Serial Number 95L3572 Bolt Action Rifle ZB9139 SWW

178 - Gun Francaise D’Armes No. 2 in 16 Ga Break Shotgun Vintage Francaise D’Armes Model Robust No. 2 SxS in 16 GA Break Action Shotgun (UC) features checkered Walnut stock & forearm; double trigger; 27.5" Steel side by side barrels; 2-3/4” chamber; breach cock; breach ejectors; top-tang barrel safety; bead front sight; and hard rubber butt-plate. Condition grades at 70+% with bluing nearly gone & slight oxidation on barrel. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Skeet, Clay pigeon, Trap shooting, 16GA, 16 Gauge, 16Gauge E2357 Francaise D’Armes Model No. 2 in 16 Ga Serial Number 6499 Break Action Shotgun Z12 SWW

179 - United States Military Medal Assortment 10+ Large assortment of United States of America Military Medals from WWII to current: The Great War of Civilization, Freedom from Fear and Want, Marine Corps Reserve, Vietnam Service with Ribbon, Armed Forces Expeditionary Service, American Campaign, United States Marine Fidelity Zeal Obedience and an assortment of others. Nice collection! ZC1955

180 - Firearm Nepal Snider P-1864 Breech-Loading Rifle This 1860’s era Nepalese Enfield-Snider Model P-1864 Breech-Loading Long Rifle in .577 Snider caliber was part of the massive shipment of antique firearms from the Royal Nepalese Armory in the Lagan Silekhana Palace. Rifle features 36.5” barrel with 3 barrel bands; 55” overall length; side-hinged breechblock; receiver assembly; plunger rod; fixed blade front & adjustable sliding ramp rear sights; bronze accoutrements, trigger guard tang and butt-plate; and sling swivels with leather sling attached. ANTIQUE - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “Jacob Snider, an American from New York, developed the breech loading system for the P-1853 Enfield, the most prolific imported Percussion rifle in use by both the North and South during the U.S. Civil War. When the British Board of Ordnance appointed a Select Committee in 1864, the Snider system was swiftly adopted with the first breech loaders being issued in 1865 to British forces. This rifle was assembled in the kingdom of Nepal in the latter 1870s and 1880s; at that time the Nepalese were very adept gun makers and would use whatever good gun parts were available, therefore on some Snider rifles it is not uncommon to find dates in the early 1850s and even the 1840s; meaning that the locks were adapted from P-1840 muskets also known as East India Company Pattern Muskets. Improved in 1867 by the use of Colonel Boxer's .577 Snider center fire brass bodied cartridge, the rifle was used very effectively in the Abyssinian Campaign of 1868. The system utilized a hinged breech block with an internal firing pin assembly that permitted the use of a self-contained cartridge of lead bullet in cardboard, and, after 1867, brass casing. This highly efficient conversion system prolonged the active life of the P-1853 rifles up until 1871 when the Martini System was adopted. Snider rifles saw continued use throughout the Empire but were officially obsoleted by the late 1880s. The Snider was the subject of substantial imitation, in both approved and questionable forms, including the Nepalese Snider, which was a nearly exact copy, the Dutch Snider, Danish Naval Snider, and the "unauthorized" adaptations of the French Tabatière and Russian Krnka. The Snider–Enfield used a new type of metal-cased cartridge called a Boxer cartridge after its designer. The breech block housed a diagonally downward sloping firing pin struck with a front-action lock mounted hammer. To operate the weapon, the rifleman cocked the hammer, flipped the block out of the receiver to the right by grasping the left mounted breech block lever, and then pulled the block back to extract the spent case. There was no ejector, so the firer lifted the case out or, more usually, turned the rifle upside-down to allow the case to drop out. (Perhaps even more usually, the firer then shook the weapon vigorously to dislodge hot cartridges or those fouled by dust or grime.)” Tag words: Gun, Continental, Replica, Sport Shooting, Hunting, Black Powder, Percussion, Ball & Cap ZC1955 180 SWW

181 - Gun Browning A5 Light 12 in 12Ga Semi-Auto Shotgun Browning Model A5 – Light Twelve in 12 GA Semi-Auto Shotgun (ELL) was made in 1973 in Belgium (F.N. Herstal) and features scroll engraved receiver (each side) with "LIGHT TWELVE” & BROWNING" engraved on the left side. This gun has a nice high gloss finish walnut stock, checkered finger-groove forearm, checkered ‘Prince-of-Wales’ pistol-grip style stock and solid "Browning" hard rubber butt-plate. Other features include recoil operation, gold-plated trigger, bottom load & eject port, 5 shell capacity, 25" blued barrel, 2 ¾” chamber, Modified Choke, and silver bead front sight. Condition grades at 90% due to normal wear and use – there is a bulge in the barrel approx. 3” below muzzle; however barrel can be replaced. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Skeet, Clay pigeon, Trap shooting, 12Ga, 12 Gauge, 00Buck, 00Buckshot, 00 Buck, 00 Buckshot, Rifled Slug, Slug E2371 Browning Model A5-Light Twelve in 12 Ga Serial Number 73G32762 Semi-Auto Shotgun Z12 SWW

182 - Gun S&W Model 10-5 in 38 SPL Revolver Smith & Wesson Model 10-5 in .38 SPL Revolver features Single/Double Action, 5” blued steel barrel, 10.5” overall length, 6 round cylinder, front blade & groove v-notch rear sights, medium K-style blued steel frame with exposed serrated hammer, blued steel cylinder, and original S&W Hardwood grips. Made in the U.S.A. This model is getting very hard to find in this 99% pristine condition. A classic Collector’s firearm for sure. Used in original box. Tag Word: Firearm, medium frame, K-frame, CCW, service, lightweight, 38SPL, .38 SPL, .38SPL, 38 Special .38 Special D9208 Smith & Wesson Model 10-5 in .38 SPL Serial Number D466219 Revolver ZB1709 SWW

183 - Antique 19th Century Infantry Soldier Saber Sword Believed to be a 19th century European soldiers Infantry saber. Missing scabbard. Has a old repair to the hand guard near the pommel. Guard broke and was reattached using a hammered copper rivet. Saber shows combat use and age wear. Edge of blade has many nicks as well as the hilt. Measures 24.75" total length, blade measures 20.5" nickel plated bronze or brass grip. Pierced grip guard. No makers marks. Tag Words: Swords, Fighting, War, Combat, Weapon, Army, Troops ZB8950 TKT

184 - Gun Browning SA-22 in 22 LR Semi Auto Rifle Remington Model SA-22 in 22 LR Semi Auto Rifle (ECL) features a unique ‘feed tube in stock’ bottom receiver magazine port, 19” steel barrel, checkered hardwood stock and forearm, blade front sight, manual safety button. This is a semi-auto rifle chambered for 22 LR. Nice scrollwork on receiver and trigger guard. Condition grades at 90%. Used. From the internet: “Few auto-loading rimfire rifles have endured the test of time and the marketplace like the Browning SA-22. The SA-22 is one of the first auto-loading rimfire rifles ever made, and one the most desirable. One John M. Browning’s final designs, his genius shines through in every feature. The slim, forged steel receiver and slender barrel takes down into two compact units without tools. The SA-22’s tasteful engraving and select walnut make it an object of lasting beauty and enjoyment. Though nice to look at, these rifles are meant to be enjoyed in the field as much as they are admired as heirlooms. If one word were to describe the Semi-Auto 22 it would be "CLASSIC." Like the famous Automatic 5 shotgun or a Hi-Power pistol, the Semi-Auto 22 gives you a real sense of the incredible design skills and genius of John Moses Browning. And the quality of wood and steel will exceed your expectations.” Tag Words: Gun, hunting, target, youth, vermin, sport, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle E2372 Browning Model SA-22 in 22 LR Serial Number NVSNE2372 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

185 - Gun Winchester 94 in 32-40 WCF Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 94 in .32-40 WCF caliber Lever Action Rifle was manufactured in 1901 and features blued steel finish, straight grip smooth Walnut stock & forearm, 25.5” Nickel Steel barrel, ramp front & buck-horn adjustable rear sight with tang-mounted adjustable peep-hole sight. This is a nice Model 94 in a great caliber. Grades at 85% condition wear consistent with age. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Guide, Hi-power, .32-40 Win, 32-40Win, 32-40, .32-40 WCF, 32-40WCF, 32-40 WCF D8986 Winchester Model 94 in 32-40 WCF Serial Number 237110 Lever Action Rifle ZB4101 SWW

186 - Gun Remington 513-S-A in 22 LR Bolt Action Rifle This vintage Remington Model Matchmaster 513-S-A in .22 LR Bolt Action Rifle (ILL) features a Weaver B4 riflescope attached. Other features include 19.5” blued match barrel, 10 rd. detachable magazine, checkered one-piece hardwood pistol-grip style stock and forearm, blade front sight, adjustable leaf rear sight, manual cock & uncock bolt, and steel butt-plate. Condition grades at 85+%. Used. Tag Words: Gun, hunting, target, youth, vermin, sport, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle E2415 Remington Model 513 SA in 22 LR Serial Number NVSNE2415 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

187 - Gun Winchester 64 in 30 WCF Lever Rifle A very nice Winchester Model 64 in .30 WCF Lever Action Rifle that was manufactured between 1943 and 1948. The rifle has a Tasco Silver Antler Scope attached with Weaver mounts and features a factory 24" blued steel barrel in the popular .30 WCF (30-30 Winchester). Other features include a ramp blade and adjustable leaf spring rear sights. The case-hardened steel receiver has a nice patina. The barrel shows normal wear for a gun of this age. The wood appears solid with no visible cracks. It has the original steel butt plate. This rifle is a nice original ranch or cowboy rifle that is a must have for anyone who collects fine Winchesters. Tag Words: Firearm, Vintage, Cowboy, Winchester, Wild West, 30-30, .30-30, 30-30 Win, 30-30Win, .30-30 Win, .30-30Win, 30-30 Winchester, .30-30 Winchester D9176 Winchester Model 64 in 30 WCF Caliber Serial Number 1322297 Lever Action Rifle ZB1901 SWW

188 - Military Buttons, Pins & Insignias Assortment A very large assortment of Military Pins, Buttons and Insignias from WWI to resent date. Many different types. ZC1955 DT

189 - Tintype Military Soldier in fitted Case Tintype Photo of a Soldier in an original period hinged case with gold frame. Measures 3" tall x 2.5" across. Appears to be carved embossed wood. Uniform in photo contains 24 buttons and appears to be a Civil War Era 7th Regiment New York National Guard Coat 1850's with Scovill Buttons. Tintype is the popular moniker for melainotype, which got its name from the dark color of the unexposed photographic plate, and ferrotype, named after the plate’s iron composition (for the record, tintypes contain no tin). Patented in 1856, tintypes were seen as an improvement upon unstable, paper daguerreotypes and fragile, glass ambrotypes. In contrast, tintype photographs were exposed on a sheet of thin iron coated with collodion, which required less time to expose than albumen, but was still inconvenient inasmuch as the photograph had to be taken with the wet material on the plate. ZC1955 DT

190 - Gun Arisaka Type 38 in 6.5 Jap Bolt Action Rifle Arisaka Model Type 38 in 6.5 Jap caliber Bolt Action Rifle is Japanese Imperial Army Surplus and was manufactured from 1905 to 1945. Features include round receiver, 31.5” barrel, straight bolt, top-loading 5 rd. magazine, semi-hooded ‘shark-fin’ front & adjustable incremental folding rear sights, two barrel bands, sling swivels, cleaning rod, bayonet lug, hardwood stock and forearm, steel butt-plate, and on overall length of 50.25”. Markings include defaced Japanese Imperial Chrysanthemum, and arsenal proof marks. Condition grades at 75%. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Military, Japan, Imperial, WWII, Surplus, Collectable, 6.5 Jap, 6.5, 6.5mm E2214 Arisaka Model Type 38 in 6.5 Jap Caliber Serial Number 1534 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

191 - Gun Remington 870 EM in 12 GA Pump Shotgun This Remington Model 870 Express Magnum in 12 GA Pump Action Shotgun (MCL) features non-reflective matte black finish on metal, checkered walnut pistol-grip style stock and fore end, 27.5" vented rib barrel, chambered for 2 ¾” or 3” shells (2 ¾” or 3” shells in Magnum Receivers – Use Only 2 ¾” in All Others), Modified Remington choke, 5 round internal capacity magazine, thumb safety, bead front sight, and rubber recoil pad. Condition grades at 85%. Used. From the internet, “This All-American pump gun brings hunters the best of all worlds. Beneath no-nonsense, ready-for-work exterior of the Model 870 Express has the same quality, precision, and dependability that you'll find in our legendary Model 870 Wingmaster, but at a much more affordable price. Like all Model 870 shotguns, this workhorse features a receiver milled from a solid billet of steel for maximum strength and reliability. The silky-smooth twin action bars prevent binding and twisting so that you'll always have the chance to get off a second shot. Appropriately dressed for the hunt and not for the wall, each shotgun sports non-reflective black matte metalwork and a no-frills laminate stock and fore-end. Both the 12- and 20-gauge models are offered with your choice of a 26- or 28-inch vent-rib barrel with a Modified Rem Choke and single bead sight. Its solid, dependable action makes it America’s favorite, and our continual upgrades make it the most advanced, well-rounded family of pump shotguns around. Along with continually evolving designs, this shotgun’s superiority is a matter of rugged dependability, great pointing characteristics and versatility. In fact, the Model 870 has been the standard for slide-action performance for almost 60 years.” Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Military, Police, Law Enforcement, Tactical, Security, Special Purpose, 12Ga, 12 Gauge, 00Buck, 00Buckshot, 00 Buck, 00 Buckshot, Rifled Slug, Slug D9127 Remington Model 870 EM in 12 GA Serial Number A841325M Pump Action Shotgun Z12 SWW

192 - Firearm H&A XL in 41 cal Single Shot Derringer Antique Hopkins and Allen Model XL Derringer in .41 caliber Single Shot Derringer features side-pivoting Thuer action, nickel finish, rosewood grips, 2.5 " octagonal barrel, 5" overall length, front blade sight, and spur trigger. This derringer will complete an old west / gambler costume, and provide some fun at the same time. Condition grades at 80%. Used. ANTIQUE – NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Word: Gun, Collectible, Historic, Bicycle Gun, 22S, .22 S, .22S, 22 Short, .22Short, .22 Short ZB7896 192 SWW

193 - Great Britain Waterloo Medal Named Named General Service Medal in very good condition with light scratches and very small edge dings. A great display piece missing the ribbon attachment. Edge is marked: J. GLEESON , R. ARTy. DRIVERS. Military General Service Medal were awarded by the British Army to recognize soldiers’ service between the years 1793 – 1814, during the long wars against France that ended with the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. However, the medal was not actually distributed until 1847 – long after the first campaign medal had been given to those who had fought at Waterloo. This long delay outraged the many veterans who felt they had helped defeat Napoleon, even if they had not fought in the Waterloo campaign. ZC1955 DT

194 - Firearm Sargent & Greenleaf Gun Ammo Safe Vintage Firearm Sargent & Greenleaf Large Gun & Ammo or Money Safe. Large Sargent & Greenleaf Firearm Safe. Measures 47.75" tall x 20.75" deep and 25.25" across. Safe with combination lock (no numbers to open it) door is open. Very heavy. Will need some repairs. The door is slightly bent. Would make a great safe for anyone who collects guns, coins or other valuables items that need secured storage. **We can not ship this item** but can assist with locating a qualified safe mover to move it to your location. Has a green exterior enamel paint. Some scuffs and scratches outside. Inside of safe is wood lined and features wood board racks to hold firearms or other valuables. The wall thickness on this safe is about twice as much as current safes you’d find. Tag Words: Gun Storage, Security, Handgun, Rifle, Strong Box, Safety ZB9074 TKT

195 - Gun US Eddystone 1917 in 30-06 caliber Bolt Rifle Vintage US Military Surplus Eddystone Model 1917 in .30-06 caliber Bolt Action Rifle appears to be all original. The Eddystone Arsenal was the manufacturing plant responsible for producing the Remington contract Model 1917 rifles for the U.S. government during 1917 & 1918. Rifle features 25” barrel; steel receiver; overall length of 46.25”. The top of the receiver is stamped, “U.S. MODEL OF 1917 Eddystone”; the ‘flaming bomb’ proof mark is stamped on the receiver and “E” flaming bomb & “9-18” is stamped on the barrel end just before front sight. There are four different cartouche markings on the wood stock. Other features include S-styled down-turned bolt; thumb safety; smooth one-piece wood stock & wood upper forearm; semi-hooded fixed post front & adjustable incremental rear peep-sight; and steel trap-door butt-plate. Condition grades at 85+% good for its age. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, US Military, Surplus, Hunting, .30-06, 30-06 Springfield, .30-06 Springfield D8633 Eddystone Model 1917 in 30-06 Caliber Serial Number 1056468 Bolt Action Rifle ZB1241 SWW

196 - Lot of (3) Assorted SpyderCo Folding Knives This is a great lot with (3) SpyderCo brand Folding Knives. Includes (1) 2004 SpyderCo Schempp VG-10 Lock Blade Folding Knife with single-edge blade; (1) 1998 SpyderCo G2 Stainless with serrated blade; and (1) 2001 SpyderCo CPM 440V Shabaria Lock-Back Folding Knife with single-edge blade. From the internet, “Since starting Spyderco we've been told our knives are different, peculiar, even out there. All true. Thinking beyond established knife industry barriers allowed us to introduce new and radical innovations to the knife culture including: One-hand opening, serrations on a folder and a clip to attach a knife to a pocket. We didn't go into business to rake in a mountain of dough we're here for more selfish reasons- indulging our passion for creating knives. Spyderco is definitely out of the norm in the knife industry in our dedication to researching and developing fresh, improved and better performing materials all with function and reliability being key. Our recognizable appearance is a result of designing ergonomic functional tools rather than applying lipstick and nylons to a pocketknife. We may look curious, homely, whatever, but we'll never be called unusable or undependable. Making knives that consistently deliver reliable high-performance requires an ongoing commitment to testing. In our million-dollar testing facility we examine edge retention with a CATRA machine, look for rust development with Q-FOG, check the force needed to open and close a knife. We also repeatedly test for stress, wear, optimal heat-treating and actively search for higher quality, performance enhancing steels and materials. As a customer you probably don't think about this, or much care, but it allows us to put forth a promise. When you purchase a Spyderco you are buying a high-quality reliable cutting tool designed and manufactured for peak performance and ergonomic comfort. Those Who Know Carry Spyderco.” Tag Words: weapon, Knife, Switchblade, folding, defense, tactical, ZB8812 196 SWW

197 - Gun Ruger LCR in 9mm Dbl Act Revolver Ruger Model LCR in 9mm Double Action Revolver features Double Action, 1.875” matte black stainless steel barrel, 5 cartridge cylinder, internal hammer, fixed front blade & U-notch integral rear sight, high-strength blued steel cylinder, matte black monolithic frame, friction reducing cam, and Hogue Tamer textured finger-molded black rubber monogrip. Condition grades at Unfired in box with soft-case, lock, papers and Davidson’s full life-time replacement warranty. From the internet, “Packed with the latest technological advances and features required by today's most demanding shooters, the Ruger LCR is the evolution of the revolver. The Ruger LCR is a lightweight, small-frame revolver with a uniquely smooth trigger and highly manageable recoil.” Tag Words: Firearm, Small Frame, Service, Lightweight, 9MM, 9x19 MM, 9x19MM, 9 MM Para, 9MM Parabellum, 9 Para, 9Para, 9Parabellum, 9mm Luger, 9mmLuger D9206 Ruger Model LCR in 9mm Serial Number 549-52818 Double Action Revolver ZB1709 SWW

198 - Firearm Edward Maynard 50 cal Carbine Edward Maynard Model Maynard Carbine in .50 caliber Breach-Load Single Shot Rifle. This rifle is in very good condition and is an all-original Civil War era Carbine. This Carbine was manufactured by Mass. Arms Co. of Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. Approximately 20,000 Maynard Carbines were used by the Confederates during the war and this is the second or 1863 model which lacks the tape primer and stock patchbox. This Carbine is .50 caliber ball & cap percussion. The left side of the receiver is stamped, "EDWARD MAYNARD / PATENTEE / MAY 27, 1851 / Dec 6, 1859”; and the right side is stamped, “MANUFACTURED BY / MASS ARMS CO. / CHICOPEE FALLS." The stampings are all clear. There are two stylized cartouches on the left side of wood stock. Rifle features 20” partial octagon/round barrel; 36.75” overall length; slide bar & ring on left side of receiver; lever breach lock; walnut straight stock; blade front & flip-up notch rear sights; and steel butt-plate. Overall, this is a simply superb Civil War Carbine and would stand out in any collection by itself. SN: 25379 ANTIQUE - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “The Maynard carbine was a breech-loaded carbine used by cavalry in the American Civil War. The First Model was manufactured between 1858 and 1859. About 5,000 were made. In United States service it was distributed to the 9th Pennsylvania and 1st Wisconsin cavalry regiments, United States Marines aboard the USS Saratoga and the United States Revenue Cutter Service. About 3,000 Maynard carbines were in Confederate hands during the war; 5,000 in .35 caliber were purchased by Florida, 650 in .50 by Georgia, and 325 in .50 and 300 in .35 by Mississippi. Around 800 were purchased by militias in South Carolina and Louisiana. The Second Model or Model 1863 was manufactured between 1863 and 1865. Over 20,000 were made. This model lacked the tape primer and stock patchbox, and was used by the 9th and 11th Indiana cavalry regiments and 11th Regiment Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry, among others. The Maynard had a good reputation for long-range accuracy, and Confederate sharpshooters made extensive use of it, especially during the Siege of Charleston. It was highly praised by the soldiers – Private Toby of the 1st Mississippi Infantry stated that it was "warranted to shoot twelve times a minute, and carry a ball effectually 1600 yards. Nothing to do with Maynard rifle but load her up, turn her North, and pull trigger; if twenty of them don't clean out all Yankeedom, then I'm a liar, that's all."” Tag Words: Gun, Vintage, Civil War, Wild West, .50, 50, .50 cal, .50cal, 50 cal, 50cal Z12 198 SWW

199 - Gun Böhler Stahl Mauser in 300 Win Mag Bolt Rifle Sporterized Austrian made Böhler Stahl Model Mauser in .300 Win Mag Bolt Action Rifle (MEC) features a Sporter Monte-Carlo style hardwood hunting stock, pre-drilled scope mount holes in receiver. Other features include 24.5” tapered blue steel barrel; ramp front & flip-notch rear sights; cam bolt; thumb safety lever; bottom magazine cover button release; one-piece checkered pistol-grip style wood stock with vented rubber recoil pad; and sling swivels. Condition grades at 85+% wear consistent with age. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Surplus, Hunting, 300Win, 300 Winchester, .300 Win, .300Win, .300 Winchester, 300 Win Mag, .300 Win Mag, 300 Winchester Magnum, .300 Winchester Magnum E2388 Böhler Stahl Model Mauser in 300 Win Serial Number 085169 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

200 - Gun Mossberg Flex 500 Duck Cdr in 12 Ga Shotgun Mossberg Model Flex 500 Duck Commander in 12 gauge Pump Shotgun (IEE) features a Duck Commander engraved logo and Realtree MAX-5 finish. Other features include matte olive drab alloy receiver, 28" vent-rib barrel, Realtree MAX-5 synthetic stock, 48.25" overall length, and safety button. Includes an American flag bandana just like the one worn by Willie Robertson. New in Box with papers and lock. From the internet: "Mossberg offers their rugged 500 pump action shotgun in the ultra-versatile FLEX Duck Commander series. All FLEX 500 shotguns feature Mossberg's TLS, tool-less locking system, that enables shooters to easily switch stocks, forends, and recoil pads – allowing the shooter to use a single receiver as the core component for many different shotgun configurations. Mixing and matching optional buttstocks and recoil pads lets you make this gun comfortable for anyone from small framed adolescents to shooters over 6' in height. The FLEX 500 also uses any standard Mossberg 500 barrel, making your barrel options endless. Your Duck Commander shotgun quickly converts to a slug gun, home defense gun, or turkey slayer. The Mossberg 500 action, with its dual extractors, twin action bars, and anti-jam elevator has proven itself in reliability for over 50 years. Duck Commander Series shotguns come in Realtree MAX-5 camo, and the stock engraved with the famous Duck Commander logo. The vent rib barrel features a premium Tru-Glo, dual color fiber optic front sight. An American flag bandana like the one worn by Willie comes with each Mossberg Duck Commander Series shotgun.” Tag words: Firearm, Sport Shooting, Target, Hunting, Fowl, 12GA, 12 Gauge, 12Gauge, 00Buck, 00Buckshot, 00 Buck, 00 Buckshot D2497 Mossberg Model Flex 500 Duck Cdr in 12 Ga Serial Number U815931 Pump Action Shotgun Z12 SWW

201 - Gun L.A.R. Grizzly Big Boar in 50 BMG Bolt Rifle L.A.R. Model Grizzly Big Boar in .50 BMG caliber Bolt Action Rifle with Pentax 8.5x-32x Lightseeker Rifle Scope attached. Rifle features Single-Shot Breech-Loading Bolt Action Bull Pup design of all steel construction; 4140 Alloy Steel Heat Treated to 42 R/C Receiver; 4340 Alloy Steel (Mil Spec 5000) Heat Treated to 46 R/C Bolt; Very Low Recoil (approx. same as 12 Ga. shotgun); 36” Heavy Barrel; Fully Machined Muzzle Brake; Trigger Bolt Stop Safety; Thumb Safety; durable matte black parkerized finish; exchangeable AR-15 grip; scope mount; tripod pintle mount; Harris detachable bipod legs; 45.5” overall length; weighs 28.4 lbs. (w/o tripod & scope); 0-3000 yard effective range; 1:15 twist; ultra-absorbent recoil pad. Would make a great Christmas present! Condition grades at 95%. Used in case with papers and a Manfrotto Tripod. Tag Word: Firearm, Hunting, Target, Big Game, Long Distance, 50BMG, .50 BMG, .50BMG, 50 Browning MG, .50 Browning MG, 12.7x99 MM, 12.7x99MM, 12.7 x 99 MM D9316 LAR Model Grizzly Big Boar in .50 BMG caliber Serial Number X000840 Bolt Action Rifle ZB7896 SWW

202 - Gun Mossberg 5500 in 12 GA Semi-Auto Shotgun This Mossberg Model 5500 in 12 GA Semi-Auto Shotgun features blued finish, checkered wood pistol-grip style stock and forend, 28" vented-ridge barrel, chambered for 2 ¾” shells ONLY, 48.75” overall length, Accu- choke, 5 round internal capacity magazine, thumb safety, bead front sight, and hard rubber butt-plate. Condition grades at 90%. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Military, Police, Law Enforcement, Tactical, Security, Special Purpose, 12Ga, 12 Gauge, 00Buck, 00Buckshot, 00 Buck, 00 Buckshot, Rifled Slug, Slug E2313 Mossberg Model 5500 in 12 GA Serial Number 004141 Semi-Auto Shotgun ZB9139 SWW

203 - Bayonet (2) WWII German Bayonets w/ Scabbard This is a great lot with (1) WWII era German Model 1884/98 (Third Pattern) Knife Bayonet with metal scabbard used with the German Mauser Kar 98K Rifle features a 9.75” single edge blade; 15” overall length. The lug release works and the blade is in nice condition; also has a ‘birds head’ pommel and brown Bakelite grip. The fullered steel blade is stamped on the Ricasso with “Berg & Co.” maker’s mark and the SN “2110 f”. The handle shows little wear. The metal scabbard is in good condition for its age (SN does not match bayonet) and the leather frog is in good condition; and (1) WWII era German K98 Mauser military bayonet with metal scabbard features a 253mm (10”) blade with 385mm (15.25”) overall length. The blade is in nice condition; shows little use; and the Ricasso is marked, “S/177G” and “5437”. The handle shows a little weathering. The scabbard is nice with no dings and the paint is worn on some parts. Serial numbers on bayonet and scabbard do not match. Leather bayonet frog is in good condition for its age. These are a perfect addition for any military collector or someone who collects military edge weapons. From the internet: “The M1884/98 III Knife bayonet for use with the 8 mm. Mauser Kar 98K rifle of the Second World War. This bayonet will also mount to most other Mauser bolt-action rifles that were based on the M1898.” From the internet: “The first knife bayonet was introduced for the first German rifle with a magazine Rifle M1871/84. The knife-bayonet, which had been adopted in January 1884, was named M71/84. This bayonet was one of the very first adopted knife bayonets in the world. Another modification of the S84/98 bayonet, designated as the K98 bayonet, began production in 1934. Mass production started in 1936. The K98 bayonet was a standard issue item and was accompanied by a bayonet frog to be worn on the reverse left side of the load carrying waist belt. The K98 bayonet remained the standard issue bayonet through-out the war with minor manufacturing variations.” Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Authentic, WWII, WW2, World War II, Japan, Rising Sun, Germany, Vintage ZB8950 203 SWW

204 - Civil War Canteen W/ Canvas Case Marked R.I.A. A very rare Civil War Canteen with the original canvas case and strap. Strap is marked: R.I.A. 1864 and appears complete. The canteens case is marked with 2 crossed rifles and the number 1 above the number 10., reverse is marked U.S. This is an original piece. It may be a Indian Wars Canteen but the research we did found it to be Civil War. Measures 8" across and is in very good condition for the age. Also appears to have the original stopper. A must have for anyone who collects military items. ZC1955 DT

205 - Firearm Antique Springfield 1873 Trapdoor Rifle This very rare Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor in 45-70 caliber (Black Powder Cartridge Ammunition) Breach-Loading Single Shot Rifle was manufactured between in 1882. Features a 32" round steel barrel; case-hardened steel receiver; ‘Trapdoor’ breach-loading port; and half-cock hammer safety. The top of the trapdoor is marked "US MODEL 1873” (the model # is truly a deeply stamped 1873, not 1878) and “US SPRINGFIELD” with the federal eagle emblem on the right side of the action; as well as other inspector markings (cartouches on left side & bottom of stock). Other features include a smooth one-piece straight hardwood stock & forearm with 2 barrel bands; fixed front & adjustable flip-up rear sights; 2 sling swivels; steel plunger rod; smooth trigger; serrated cocking hammer; and a crescent-shaped steel butt-plate stamped “US”. Overall condition grades at a strong 75% and the rifle appears to be all original; no cracks or chips in the wood but normal handling marks and dings for a rifle this age. Metal finish appears to be the original worn bluing. This rifle makes a great investment piece. From the internet, “During the Civil War, General George A. Custer led U.S. Cavalry, armed with Spencer repeating carbines, in many charges against Confederate forces. After the war, however, the Army selected new guns. Strangely, single-shot Springfield "trapdoors" prevailed. Custer, who by then was fighting Natives, was continuing to enjoy success with his Spencer’s and objected to the single-shot guns, but his argument did not prevail. Later, armed with "trapdoors," an out-numbered Custer led his troops in an attack at the Little Big Horn against Natives armed with repeaters. He lost both his command and his life. This specimen attests to Army logic of that period, which thought repeaters to be wasteful of ammunition. Losses such as Custer's eventually convinced U.S. military thinkers that repeating arms should be adopted.” ANTIQUE - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Words: Gun, Vintage, Cowboy, Winchester, Wild West, .45-70, 45-70, Big Bore, Hunting, Buffalo ZB7896 205 79 SWW

206 - Gun Stevens Bicycle in 22 cal Rifle/Pistol This vintage Stevens Arms & Tool Model Bicycle in .22 Rimfire Single Shot Rifle/Pistol was made between 1864 and 1950. Features Single Shot, 9.75” blued round/octagonal barrel, fully hooded post front & rear v-notch sight, serrated hammer, nickel plated frame, and correct hardwood grips. Includes screw-on steel frame stock. Condition grades at 60% with almost all bluing worn off and slight pitting; some nickel flaking; the stock screw-hole on grip frame is stripped; the rest of the revolver is in very good condition. Used. From the internet: “For almost 100 years, from 1864 to almost 1950, the Stevens Arms Co. was probably the most recognized single shot pistol and rifle companies in the USA. From the IDEAL rifle to its single shot target “bicycle” pistols and rifles, Stevens produced many varieties of arms. These pistols, known as the Stevens Offhand, Diamond and various Model numbers were known as Model Target .22 target pistols which were produced from 1923-1942. It had two different finishes; one with a blued barrel and nickel plated frame with plain pistol grips with a wide flared butt cap and rear adjustable elevation sight.” Tag Words: Firearm, Small Frame, Service, Lightweight, Pocket, Memorabilia, 22S, .22 S, .22S, 22 Short, .22Short, .22 Short, 22L, .22 L, .22L, 22 Long, .22Long, .22 Long E2166 Stevens Model Bicycle in 22 Rimfire Serial Number 17843 Single Shot Pistol Z12 SWW

207 - Gun Iver Johnson Hammerless in 38 S&W DA Revolver Vintage Iver Johnson Model Hammerless in .382 S&W Top Break Double Action Revolver features Double Action, 2” nickel-plated barrel, 5 cartridge cylinder, fixed front blade & rear notch sight, nickel-plated cylinder & frame, and correct black hard rubber grips. Condition grades at 60% due to normal wear and some surface flaking & pitting. The rest of the revolver appears to be in good condition. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Small Frame, Service, Lightweight, Militaria, Memorabilia, 38S&W, .38 S&W, .38S&W, 38 SW, 38SW, .38 SW, .38SW, 38 Smith & Wesson, .38 Smith & Wesson, 38Smith & Wesson, .38Smith & Wesson E2165 Iver Johnson Model Hammerless in 38 S&W Serial Number 41482 Top Break Revolver Z12 SWW

208 - Antique Calvary Saddle Civil War Holster & Bags Listing is for a a Mc Clellan Calvery Civil War Saddle, Holster and bags. It has a metal reinforced wood tree. The harness leather was screwed on to the saddle. There are cut nails instead of rivets on the front leather. The strap rings are made of brass. Back of the saddle is stamped GMS. One side the saddle is attached with leather strap and stirrup. Measurements are 19" long 12" wide 8" high. Includes a holster that is attached to the saddle. It has a brass front plate and measures 13" long. The saddle bags measure 10" wide by 9" deep each. There is another leather bag with a strap. The bag measures 8" wide by 7.5" tall. Also included is a gun belt with shoulder strap. Great lot! Consigner believes this is a genuine Civil War saddle and not a later model with accessories that could possibly be original or later additions. Tag Words: Civil War Items, US Calvary, Horse Tack, Riding Equipment, Period Military, Vintage, American, Mount, Steed ZB9074 TKT

209 - Firearm Replica Non-Firing Danish Madsen LMG This is an excellent replica of a Danish Madsen Light Machinegun (LMG) for NON-FIRING DISPLAY ONLY. The display piece has many original parts which add to the authentic feel! From the internet, “The Madsen was the first successful light machine gun, entering production in 1902. It saw much use, but was an unusual design – basically a fully automatic falling block action. It used a top mounted magazine offset to the left side of the receiver, allowing the sights to remain on the centerline of the gun. The Madsen was available in a wide variety of calibers, configurations, and barrel lengths.” NON-FIRING REPLICA - DISPLAY ONLY – NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Accessories, Machine Gun, Korean War, Vietnam War, WWII, WW II, WW2, WW 2, ZC1955 209 SWW

210 - Gun Springfield 1898 in 30.40 Krag Bolt Rifle This vintage Springfield Model 1898 in 30.40 Krag Bolt Action Rifle is an all original gun that appears to be as issued. Features blue barrel and receiver, 30” barrel, smooth one-piece straight grip walnut stock with matching handguard, finger grooves in the forearm, blade front sight and folding leaf rear sight graduated to 2,000 yards, standard second type double strap upper band, manual cock & uncock from rear of bolt, and steel butt plate with compartment, (cleaning rod not included). Visible cartouche date appears to be "1901" on the left wrist and a firing proof “P” behind the trigger guard. Receiver stamped “U.S.” over “Model 1898 Springfield Armory” followed by serial number. A great investment piece as this United States Military Rifle is very tough to find anymore. Condition grades at 85%, wear consistent with age, the action is excellent. Used. From the internet: “Back in 1892 the US Army adopted its first bolt action service rifle and its first smokeless powder cartridge, the .30-40 Krag (.30 US Army). The rifle was a slightly modified version of the Danish 1892 Krag-Jorgensen infantry rifle. Modern factory loads for the .30-40 Krag are still available from Remington and Winchester, both with 180 grain bullets. Remington loads their pointed soft point Core-Lokt bullet and Winchester their reliable Power Point (soft point) bullet.” Tag Word; Gun, hunting, elk, moose, mule deer, sport, surplus, Army, US Army, 30-40Krag, .30-40Krag, 30-40 Krag, .30-40 Krag, .30Army, 30 Army D8636 Springfield Model 1898 in 30.40 Krag Serial Number 306602 Bolt Action Rifle ZB1241 SWW

211 - Gun Ruger Red Label in 12 Ga O/U Shotgun Ruger Model Red Label in 12 GA Over/Under Shotgun (XCL) features (2) 28" polished blue flat-ventilated rib barrels with 3” chamber; brushed stainless steel receiver; checkered two-piece wood stock & forearm; 45” overall length; thumb tang safety; shotshell extractor; single-selective trigger; tang chamber break lever; and soft rubber butt-plate. Condition grades at 95%. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Skeet, Clay Pigeon, Trap Shooting, Pheasant, Duck, 12Ga, 12 Gauge, 00Buck, 00Buckshot, 00 Buck, 00 Buckshot, Rifled Slug, Slug E2405 Ruger Model Red Label in 12 Ga Serial Number 411-18966 O/U Shotgun Z12 SWW

212 - Gun Star PD in 45 ACP Semi Auto Pistol Garcia imported Star Model PD in .45 ACP Semi-Automatic Pistol was manufactured in the Eibar region of Spain and is a design version of the Colt 1911 model. Features Single Action, 3.9” barrel length, 7.1” overall length, serrated blade front integral with slide & rear notch-bar dovetailed sights, slide release, flat bottom 10-shot extended magazine, magazine safety, blued steel slide and frame, original checkered wood grips, and combat-style beaver-tail hammer. Condition grades at 85% due to exterior wear. Used. From the internet, “The Star Model PD is a compact and lightweight semi-automatic pistol which was manufactured from 1975 to 1990 by the firearms manufacturing company Star Bonifacio Echeverria, S.A., located in the city of Eibar in the Basque region of Spain. The Star PD improved on its predecessor (Star Model PKM) by using a low-profile adjustable rear sight and by removing material from the slide and other small changes. These modifications, combined with its aluminum alloy construction, resulted in a slim, compact, lightweight and relatively powerful pistol, revolutionary for the time. As it also bore an external resemblance to the well-known M1911 pistol, the gun sold very well in the U.S. until it was replaced in 1990 by the Firestar M45.” Tag Words: Firearm, Target, Hunting, Range, Carry Conceal, CCW, 45ACP, .45 ACP, .45ACP,45 Auto, .45Auto, .45 Auto, .45Auto E2304 Star Model PD in 45 ACP Serial Number 1413375 Semi Auto Pistol ZB9139 SWW

213 - Bayonet British Model 1907 Bayonet w/ Scabbard A genuine WWII era British Model 1907 Pattern Bayonet designed for use with the British Lee-Enfield SMLE rifle. Bayonet comes with metal scabbard and features a 17” single edge blade; 21.75” overall length. The bayonet has a ‘birds head’ pommel. The lug release works and the blade is in very nice condition - shows little use. The fullered steel blade is stamped on the Ricasso with “MA - 1907” & “2 – 43” on the left side, and has proof marks on the right side. The wood handle shows a nice patina and is stamped “SLAZ 56” on both sides. The leather scabbard is in good condition for its age – the leather is scuffed on some parts, but the frog with leather hanger is in very good condition. The M1977 bayonet is a perfect addition for any military collector or someone who collects military edge weapons. From the internet: “The Pattern 1907 bayonet was developed for British Army use after the introduction of the Short, Magazine Lee Enfield Rifle. It was decided to introduce a long 'sword' bayonet, as the existing Pattern 1888 and 1903 bayonets were not considered to offer sufficient 'reach' in combination with the new 'short' rifle. Experiments were made with bayonets based on Japanese, US and French models, with the former eventually being selected. Initially the Pattern 1907 featured a hooked quillon, but this was deleted from October 1913. The Pattern 1907 remained in front-line service until 1945 (even later in the hands of Australian and Indian forces). The only further change made in its manufacture was the addition of a cleaning hole in the pommel from 1916 onwards.” Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Authentic, WWII, WW2, World War II, British, Australia, India, Surplus, Collectable, 303British, 303 Brit, .303 British, .303British, .303 Brit, SMLE, Vintage ZB1241 213 SWW

214 - Firearm 14 lbs. of .357 Mag Handgun Brass Nice lot of approximately 14 lbs. of assorted .357 Magnum handgun brass casings for reloads, some new. Include .357 Magnum (used); and .357 Magnum (new R&P). Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Reload, Brass, Casings, 357Mag, .357 Mag, .357Mag, 357 Magnum, .357 Magnum, 357Magnum, .357Magnum ZB7896 214 SWW

215 - Gun Mosin Nagant M44 in 7.62x54R Bolt Action Rifle CAI imported Russian made Mosin Nagant Model M44 in 7.62x54R caliber Bolt Action Carbine was produced as a shorter, lighter version of the Russian standard M91/30 rifle from 1944 through 1948, and into the 1950’s by many Russian satellite nations. The markings on the barrel show it was made in 1944 with modifications in 1947; has Hammer & Sickle Soviet Stamp. It is chambered in 7.62x54R, a caliber that falls between the American .308 and .30-06 in power and ballistics. This model features a round receiver, 20.5” barrel, 40” overall length; and stainless steel straight bolt. Other features include side-folding cruciform-spike bayonet, top-loading 5 rd. magazine, hooded post front & adjustable incremental folding rear sights, two barrel bands, cleaning rod, sling ports in forearm and stock with canvas sling attached, hardwood stock and forearm, and steel butt-plate. The stock is in very good condition for its age with a nice patina; metal surfaces in great condition although some bluing has been worn off. Condition grades at 85%. A great weapon that shoots the inexpensive and plentiful 762x54R round. Used. From internet: “The Mosin–Nagant (Russian: ???????? ??????) is a bolt-action, internal magazine-fed, military rifle, developed by the Imperial Russian Army in 1882–1891, and used by the armed forces of the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and various other nations. During WWII, Russia saw the slaughter of rear area troops, and an increase in urban combat, which led directly to the development of the Model M44 Mosin. In essence, the M44 is an M38 with a slightly modified forearm and with a permanently mounted cruciform bayonet that folds to the right when it is not needed. In terms of handiness, the M44 was an improvement on the Model 91/30, particularly for urban warfare; but few M44s saw combat on the Eastern Front. They were produced from 1944 to 1948. The M44 were in use not only by the Soviet Union, but also its various satellite nations." Tag Words: Firearm, Military, Russian, Middle East, Soviet, Surplus, Collectable, 7.5x54, 7.5x54MM, 7.5 x 54 MM, 7.5 x 54R E2203 Mosin Nagant Model M44 in 7.62x54R Caliber Serial Number M44051674 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

216 - Gun CZ Model 75B in 9mm Semi Auto Pistol CZ Model 75B in 9mm caliber Semi-Auto Pistol (EEC) has a 4.5” Cold Hammer Forged barrel, Single/Double Action, Firing Pin Block Safety, 8” overall length, Fixed 3-dot sights, decocking safety, loaded chamber indicator, (1) 10 rd. double-stack magazine, checkered black plastic grips, matte black steel frame, and combat style beaver-tail & hammer. Condition grades at 90%. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, 1911, CZ75, 9MM, 9x19 MM, 9x19MM, 9 MM Para, 9MM Parabellum, 9 Para, 9Para, 9Parabellum, 9mm Luger, 9mmLuger E2391 CZ Model CZ-75B in 9 mm Serial Number 7862J Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

217 - Antique Top-Break Revolver w/ Fossil Ivory Grips Collectable Top Break Revolver by unknown manufacturer in .44 caliber features real fossil ivory grips which could be Mammoth or Walrus. Other features include Single/Double Action; 7” steel barrel; 6 cartridge cylinder; fixed front blade & rear notch sight; serrated hammer; and steel cylinder & frame. ANTIQUE – NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Word: Gun, Collectible, Historic, Top Break Z12 217 SWW

218 - Authentic WWII German Military Nazi Battle Flag This authentic Third Reich Nazi battle flag is marked Dt. Reichskriegsfl. 1.5 x 2.5. (Measures 93.25” long by 54” wide). Made of red cotton bunting with black and white cross with the black swastika surrounded by a red background, white side strip & hoist loops with original steel clips. A rare find in this size and condition! No restoration, has areas of soiling, some small holes along the edges. From the internet, “In 1920, Adolf Hitler decided that the Nazi Party needed its own insignia and flag. For Hitler, the new flag had to be “a symbol of our own struggle” as well as “highly effective as a poster.” On 7 August 1920, at the Salzburg Congress, this flag became the official emblem of the Nazi Party. In Mein Kampf, Hitler described the Nazis' new flag: “In red we see the social idea of the movement, in white the nationalistic idea, in the swastika the mission of the struggle for the victory of the Aryan man, and, by the same token, the victory of the idea of creative work, which as such always has been and always will be anti-Semitic.” Tag Words: Banners, Pendants, Germany, Army, World War II, Flags, Axis Powers, European Allies, Combat ZB9074 TKT

219 - Crimea 1854 British Medal W/ Sebastopol Bar Named! A beautiful British Medal issued to officers and men of British units. Condition is very nice with normal handling marks. No Ribbon but has one Bar titled: Sebastopol" Edge is marked "Gn & Dr MARTIN CORCORAN 12th Bn.R.A." The Crimea Medal was a campaign medal approved in 1854, for issue to officers and men of British units (land and naval) which fought in the Crimean War of 1854–56 against Russia. The medal was awarded with the British version of the Turkish Crimean War medal, but when a consignment of these were lost at sea, some troops were issued with the Sardinian version instead. The Crimea medal was also presented to certain members of allied French forces. ZC1955 DT

220 - Gun S&W K38 Masterpiece in 38 SPL Revolver This is a Post-WWII era 1955 Smith & Wesson Model K38 Masterpiece (5 Screw) in .38 SPL Revolver and features the post war round barrel. This K38 is Single/Double Action, 6” blued steel barrel, 11.5” overall length, 6 round cylinder, front blade & adjustable v-notch rear sights, medium K-style steel frame with high-speed (or fish hook) serrated hammer, blued steel cylinder, and checkered wood S&W grips. Weighs 38.5 oz. empty. Perfect for home protection or target/ plinking. Made in the U.S.A. This is an excellent well maintained weapon. Condition grades at 95% for its age. Used. From the internet, “The Smith & Wesson K-38 Combat Masterpiece, Revolver Model 15 is a six-shot action revolver, with adjustable open sights, built on the medium-size "K" frame. It is chambered for the .38 Special cartridge and is fitted with a 4-inch (100 mm) barrel, though additional barrel options have been offered at various times during its production. Originally known as the K-38 Combat Masterpiece, it was renamed the Model 15 in 1957 when all Smith & Wesson revolvers were given numerical model numbers. It is a shorter barrel version of the Smith & Wesson Model 14 Target Masterpiece and essentially an adjustable-sight version of the seminal Smith & Wesson Model 10 ("Military and Police") revolver with target shooting features. The main production run of the Model 15 was from 1949 through 1999. It was discontinued for approximately a decade until 2011, when a re-tooled version was re-released under S&W's Classics Revolvers line.” Tag Word: Firearm, medium frame, K-frame, CCW, service, lightweight, 38SPL, .38 SPL, .38SPL, 38 Special .38 Special D8831 Smith & Wesson Model K38 in .38 SPL Serial Number K239077 Revolver ZB9027 SWW

221 - Medal WWI & WW2 German Civil Awards This is a lot of genuine WW1/2 era German Wartime civilian medals. Includes (1) WWI Prussian (Verdienstkreuz Für Kriegshilfe) Merit Cross for War Aid awarded for patriotic war aid service, especially on the home front. Its obverse displays Kaiser Wilhelm II’s royal cypher. The reverse exhibits the legend,"Für Kriegs Hilfsdienst" (For War Aid Service); and (1) WWII German Bronze Mother’s Cross. The Cross of Honor of the German Mother (Ehrenkreuz der Deutschen Mutter), referred to colloquially as the Mother’s Cross of Honor or simply Mother’s Cross, was a state decoration and civil order of merit conferred by the government of the German Reich to honor a German mother for exceptional merit to the German nation. Tag Words: Militaria, Memorabilia, World War 2, WW2, WW 2, WW II, Accessories, Insignia, Medal, Badge, Regalia, Uniform, Decorations, Accouterments ZB8950 221 SWW

222 - Gun S.A. Leonard SxS in 12 Ga. Breech-Load Shotgun S.A. Leonard of Birmingham, England Side by Side in 12 gauge Breech-Load Shotgun (ICL) features “S.A. Leonard – 27 Whittall Street – Birmingham , England” stamped on the barrels. Other features include (2) round 28.25” side-by-side steel barrels; dual triggers; checkered wood stock & forearm; hard rubber butt plate; bead front sight; and 44.5" overall length. Condition grades at 80% with some bluing wear. Used. Tag words: Firearm, Continental, Sport Shooting, Hunting, 12GA, 12 Gauge, 12Gauge, 00Buck, 00Buckshot, 00 Buck, 00 Buckshot E2253 SA Leonard Model SxS in 12 Ga Serial Number 6802 Breech Load Shotgun Z12 SWW

223 - Gun Remington 742 in 30-06 Rifle w/Scope Remington Model Woodsmaster 742 in .30-06 Sprg. caliber Semi-Auto Rifle (XLL) with mounted Bushnell Sportview 3X-9Xx32 riflescope. Features blued steel finish, hardwood checkered stock & forend, hard rubber butt-plate; 21.75” barrel, autoloader receiver; detachable box magazine holds 3 cartridges, overall length of 42”; and sling swivels with leather sling attached. Condition grades at 95%. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, .30-06, 30-06 Springfield, .30-06 Springfield E2402 Remington Model 742 in 30-06 Serial Number 7458642 Semi-Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

224 - Firearm Chinese TS-45 Side-Lever Air Rifle This 1970’s era Chinese made TS-45 Side-Lever Spring-Piston Action Air Rifle features break-Lever cocking (50 lbs. pressure); black steel receiver; 17.5” barrel; pistol-grip style hardwood stock; spring lever action; hooded post front & adjustable rear sights; and uses .177 Cal. Pellets. Used. Tag Words: Gun, Target, Hunting, Pellet, BB, .177, 177 cal ZB9139 224 SWW

225 - Gun Marlin 925M in 22 WMR Bolt Rifle w/ Scope Marlin Model 925M in 22 Win Mag Rimfire Bolt Action Rifle has a Barska 6-24x50 AO riflescope attached with Weaver mounts. Features blued Steel finish; one-piece wood stock & forend; 21.5” barrel; (2) 7 rd. removable magazines; adjustable rear semi buckhorn sight &ramp fixed blade front sight; hard rubber butt plate; bent bolt; thumb safety; ribbed trigger; and sling swivels. The Marlin Model 925M rifle can be used for hours of enjoyment plinking targets or small game hunting. Condition grades at 90+%. Used with papers and spare magazine. Tag Words: Firearm, Target, Plinking, Hunting, 22WMR, 22 WMR, .22WMR, .22 WMR, 22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, 22 Mag, .22Mag, .22 Mag D8787 Marlin Model 925M in 22 WMR Serial Number 96682854 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

226 - Gun Winchester 9422 in 22 S-L-LR Lever Rifle Winchester Model 9422 in .22 S/L/LR caliber Lever Action Rifle (ECO) features blued steel finish, straight grip smooth Walnut stock & forearm, 20” barrel, tubular magazine (15 rds. 22LR/ 17 rds. 22L/ 21 rds. 22S); ramp front & adjustable leaf rear sight, and sling swivels. This is a beautiful Model 9422. Condition grades at 90+%. Used. From the internet, “During the Winchester Model 9422’s 33-year production run—from 1972 through 2005—the well-built and extremely accurate .22 rimfire lever-action embodied our ongoing admiration for the American West and filled the need for an economical look-alike of its big-bore Model 94 counterpart. It’s unsurprising then that the 9422 became one of the most popular rifles in Winchester’s lineup.” Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Guide, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle, 22L, .22 L, .22L, 22 Long, .22Long, .22 Long, 22S, .22 S, .22S, 22 Short, .22Short, .22 Short D9259 Winchester Model 9422 in 22 S/L/LR Serial Number F44440 Lever Action Rifle Z12 SWW

227 - Gun Czech CZ-82 in 9x18mm Semi Auto Pistol PW Arms imported Czech Model CZ-82 in 9x18mm Semi-Automatic Pistol is a compact all steel semi-automatic handgun designed on the blowback breech principle. Features Single/Double Action, 3.8” barrel length, 6.8” overall length, 3-dot sights, flat bottom 12 rd. magazine, ambidextrous safety and mag release buttons, black checkered Bakelite grips, and combat-style serrated hammer. Condition grades at 85% due to slight exterior wear. Used in leather flap holster with cleaning rod and spare magazine. From the internet, “Manufactured by the Czechoslovak firm Ceská zbrojovka the vz. 82 replaced the 7.62×25mm Tokarev vz. 52 pistol in Czechoslovak military service in 1983. It is a compact, single/double-action, semi-automatic pistol with a conventional blowback action. This type of action allows the barrel to remain solidly fixed to the frame, resulting in improved accuracy over pistols with pivoting barrels (like the U.S. M1911 series). The low bore axis of the vz. 82 provides for less muzzle rise and quicker follow-up shots. For added convenience, both the frame-mounted thumb safety and the magazine release are ambidextrous. The vz 82 was the first service pistol to feature both these features. The bore is chrome plated, which gives it three advantages: longer barrel life, resistance to rust from the use of corrosive ammunition, and ease of cleaning. Another feature of this pistol is the use of polygonal rifling in the barrel bore. This replaces the traditional lands and grooves rifling design with a rounded, smooth polygonal pattern which has a more "hills and valleys" appearance.” Tag Words: Firearm, Carry Conceal, Military, Surplus, Soviet, 9x18MM, 9 x 18 MM, 9 x 18MM, 9x18 Mak, 9 x 18 Mak, 9x18Mak, 9 x 18Mak, 9x18 Makarov, 9 x 18 Makarov, 9 Mack, 9Mak, 9 Makarov, 9Makarov E2301 CZ Model CZ-82 in 9x18MM Serial Number 016510 Semi Auto Pistol ZB9139 SWW

228 - Bayonet WWII Model 1917 Bayonet w/ Scabbard A genuine WWII era Model 1917 Bayonet with metal scabbard features a 17” single edge blade; 21.5” overall length. The bayonet has a ‘birds head’ pommel. The lug release works and the blade is in very nice condition - shows little use. The fullered steel blade is stamped on the Ricasso with maker’s marks, proof marks, and other markings. The handle shows some patina and is stamped “32” of both sides with a hand-carved name over top on one side. The leather scabbard is in good condition for its age – the paint is worn on some parts, and has a hand-carved name along one side. The M1917 bayonet is a perfect addition for any military collector or someone who collects military edge weapons. From the internet: “The M1917 bayonet was used first during World War I by American soldiers on the Western Front. A sword bayonet design, the M1917 bayonet design was based on the British P1907 bayonet, which incorporated a long 17-inch blade. While designed primarily for the M1917 rifle the bayonet was fitted for use on all the "trench" shotguns at the time. The M1917 was used frequently during the several different Banana Wars. The U.S. continued to use the Word War I-made M1917 bayonets during World War II because of large stockpiles left over. The new Trench Guns being procured and issued were still designed to use the old M1917 bayonet. The bayonet was again called on during the Korean War for issue with the various Trench guns still in service.” Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Authentic, WWII, WW2, World War II, Japan, Rising Sun, Germany, Vintage ZB8950 228 SWW

229 - Firearms Colt A2 Carry Handle 3x20 Rifle Scope Nice vintage Colt 3x20 rifle scope with M16A2-style carry handle mount. These scopes were known as Colt AR-15 Sporter Rifle Scopes, and this model was one of the early ones that were made by Realist in the US (see flathead mount screws). Scope attaches to the M16/AR-15 style rifle’s carry handle, that when mounted the iron sights can still be used. Scope features range selection knob, elevation adjustment cap, windage adjustment cap, eyepiece cross-hair reticle, and mounting clamp assembly. Measures 6 inches; and comes with original Colt AR-15A2-style carry handle mount. Condition is very good for age. Tag words: Gun, hunting, camping, target, scope, sights, optics, visual, bino ZC1955 229 SWW

229a - Gun Gewehr Mauser 88 Cutaway in 8mm Bolt Rifle This Gewehr Model Mauser 1888 (Gew 88) in 8mm Bolt Action Rifle was modified to a NON-FIRING training rifle for the Spanish military and has a Model 71 Bolt. The top-right rear of the barrel has been cut-away to see the operation of the interior of the chamber and barrel. The rifle is stamped with “Spain” on top of receiver. Other features include blued finish; 22” barrel, one-piece hardwood stock and fore end, wing safety lever at rear of bolt, 41.25” overall length, 5 round internal magazine. Receiver left side reads, “Gew 88” in Gothic style, for Infanterie-Gewehr Model 1888. Condition grades at 75% due to bluing wear. Used. MUST BE TREATED AS A FIREARM & TRANSFERRED VIA ATF REGULATIONS Tag Words: Firearm, Militaria, Memorabilia, World War 1, WW1, WW 1, WW I, Vintage, Surplus, 8 MM, 8MM, 8x57 MM, 8x57MM, 8x57 MM Mauser E1544 Gewehr Mauser Model 88 in 8mm Caliber Serial Number 7318 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

230 - Gun Arisaka Type 99 in 7.7 Jap Bolt Action Rifle Arisaka Model Type 99 in 7.7 Jap caliber Bolt Action Rifle is Japanese Imperial Army Surplus and was manufactured from 1939 to 1945. Markings on the receiver include defaced Japanese Imperial Chrysanthemum stamp and proof mark. It is chambered in 7.7x58mm. This model features round receiver, 26” barrel, and straight bolt, top-loading 5 rd. magazine, semi-hooded ‘shark-fin’ front & adjustable incremental folding rear sights, two barrel bands, sling swivels, hardwood stock and forearm, and wood butt-plate. Overall length of 44”. Condition grades at 75%. Used. From internet: “The Type 99 rifle Arisaka or Type 99 short rifle was a bolt-action rifle of the Arisaka design used by the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II. Though the Arisaka rifle has never been exported to the USA in great numbers, there are many available—most having been brought home by Marines and soldiers returning from the Pacific theater. In many cases, the imperial chrysanthemum atop the receiver has been defaced by the surrendering Japanese in order to preserve the Emperor's honor: the mark indicated that the rifle was the Emperor's personal property. Rifles with an intact chrysanthemum often bring a premium on the collector market, sometimes almost double the price for a like model defaced rifle. Many have been rechambered to more common calibers, due to the relative scarcity of factory 7.7×58 Arisaka, unlike other rifles of the period, it is particularly suitable because of its robust action." Tag Words: Firearm, Military, Japan, Imperial, WWII, Surplus, Collectable, 7.7x58, 7.7x58MM, 7.7 x 58 MM, 7.7 x 58 E2215 Arisaka Model Type 99 in 7.7 Jap Caliber Serial Number 15235 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

231 - Firearm Replica Non-Firing British Sten Gun This is an excellent replica of a British Sten Gun for NON-FIRING DISPLAY ONLY. The display piece has many original parts which add to the authentic feel! This poem aptly portrays the Sten Gun: “You wicked piece of vicious tin!/Call you a gun? Don’t make me grin./You’re just a bloated piece of pipe./You couldn’t hit a hunk of tripe./But when you’re with me in the night,/I’ll tell you, pal, you’re just alright!—“Ode to a Sten Gun,” by S.N. Teed.” From the internet, “Few weapons in the modern era ever had a poem penned its honor. But few weapons were ever like the Sten gun. Hastily contrived in the early, desperate days of World War II, it looked like a last-ditch effort to arm British troops—and it was. Terrified Britons knew they did not have enough weapons to repel a German invasion force. The British lost thousands of small arms that were destroyed or simply abandoned after the devastating rout at Dunkirk. Bolt-action rifles from the Great War and hunting guns were often the only firearms available for some units. The British Army purchased every Thompson submachine gun it could acquire from the United States, but demand soon outpaced supply once the U.S. entered the war. But two British weapons designers, Maj. Reginald Shepherd and Harold Turpin, worked together to create a simple, blowback-operated submachine gun that could be quickly and cheaply made from machined steel. The Royal Small Arms Factory at Enfield produced a prototype—take the “S” from Shepherd, the “T” from Turpin and the “EN” from Enfield and you have the weapon’s name. Produced in both Great Britain and Canada starting in 1941, the Sten was often quickly welded together, the slag filed off and the completed gun then thrown in a pile with others of its kind. However, the Canadian weapons often had better production quality, with smoother edges and better tolerances. Tens of thousands of Stens were parachute-dropped to partisans in Europe and Asia for use against the Germans and Japanese. Suppressed versions of the weapon were also available for covert operations. Still, descriptions of the Sten often were downright insulting. Some of the more printable epithets include “The Woolworth Special,” “The Plumbers Delight” and “The Stench Gun.” You couldn’t blame the soldiers for calling it names. It looked like it was assembled from bits and pieces found in a hardware store—in fact, some of the Sten’s essential parts in early models such as springs were originally obtained from hardware manufacturers rather than from gunsmiths.” NON-FIRING REPLICA - DISPLAY ONLY – NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Accessories, Machine Gun, Korean War, Vietnam War, WWII, WW II, WW2, WW 2, ZC1955 231 SWW

232 - Gun Winchester 70 in 30-338 Bolt Action Rifle Pre-1964 Winchester Model 70 Roy Dunlap in .30-338 Bolt Action Rifle with a Pentax Gameseeker 3-15x50 rifle scope attached. Rifle was manufactured in 1961 and features blued finish, one-piece checkered gray synthetic stock and fore end, 25.5” tapered barrel w/ muzzle-brake, 3+1 round capacity, and soft rubber butt-plate. Other features include 3 position safety, sling swivels, and jeweled stainless steel bent-bolt. Condition grades at 95%. Used. From the internet: “The Winchester Model 70 is called the “Rifleman's Rifle" by many because for more than 70 years, the bolt action rifle has been praised by law enforcement and the military for its precision, accuracy and performance. It's one of those weapons that can still make people utter “they don't make ‘em like they used to" – but in a positive way, as the original Model 70 featured a Mauser-type controlled round feed and cut checkering.” Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, 30-338, .30-338 Winchester, .30-338 Win Mag D9174 Winchester Model 70 in 30-338 Serial Number 511871 Bolt Action Rifle ZB1901 SWW

233 - Medal (4) Thailand Korean War Victory Medals This is a lot of (4) Thailand Military Korean War Victory Medals. The medals were awarded for participation in the Korean War. Each medal is comprised of a UN style ribbon in blue with white trim suspending a silver disc with a silver bar clasp above. Medals are in Mint condition. From the internet, “Thailand was one of 16 countries who responded to the United Nations request to send troops to aid South Korea during the Korean War1950-53. As well as being one of the first countries to openly express its support for South Korea's cause, whilst also being one of the UN's larger contributors to the war. Thai support was important to battles determining the outcome of the war, including Pork Chop Hill and the Third Battle of Seoul.” Tag Words: Militaria, Memorabilia, World War 2, WW2, WW 2, WW II, Korea, Korean War, Accessories, Insignia, Medal, Badge, Regalia, Uniform, Decorations, Accouterments ZB8950 233 SWW

234 - 2 19th Century Antique Black Powder Horns Flasks 2 Antique Black Powder Horns Flasks. 19th century hunting or defending oneself. Possible Civil War era.. Both have a great patina and show age and use wear. Wood caps are attached using hand forged nails. The larger horn has a hand turned wood cap, missing the plug on the dispensing end. Measures 11.5 long by 3" wide at the cap end. The other horn measures 10.5" long by 2.25" wide at the cap end and has it's wood plug. Tag Words: Hunting, War, Battle, Indian, Firearm, Musket Loading, Shooting ZB9074 TKT

235 - Gun Colt Officer’s Model 38 in 38 SPL Revolver Vintage Colt Officers Model 38 (Second Issue) in .38 SPL Double Action Revolver was manufactured in 1926, although not issued until 1927. Features include Colt flat-top E Frame with blued finish; 6” barrel; adjustable target front & rear sights; 6-shot cylinder; cylinder release lever; serrated hammer spur; ribbed trigger; and original Colt checkered wood grips with silver Colt medallion. Mechanically, this revolver is in excellent condition. This is a very collectible vintage revolver that would make an excellent addition to a Colt or any collector. Used. From the internet, “In 1904 Colt introduced its first medium frame double action target model revolver as the Colt Officer's Model. From then to 1969 Colt would produce versions of this under several names. The Officer's Model was always Colt's premium revolver until the introduction of the super-premium Python in 1955. In the days when the revolver was King of the Matches, the Officer's models were always the favorite of the champions and Colt's held all the records. The Second Issue had the new and improved action as used on the Army Special of 1908. The second version was made from 1908 to 1926. Calibers were .32 Colt, and .38 Special. It offered more variations in barrel length with 4", 4 1/2", 5", 6", and 7 1/2". Grips were checkered walnut with deep set silver Colt medallions standard from 1913 to 1923.” Tag Words: Firearm, New Army, Navy, Collectible, 38SPL, .38 SPL, .38SPL, 38 Special .38 Special D8786 Colt Officers Model 38 in .38 SPL Serial Number 563292 Revolver ZB9027 SWW

236 - The India General Service Medal (1918), George V The India General Service Medal (1918), George V, Bar, 'North West Frontier 1908" No Ribbon. Named: 4931 PTE. J. Crouley 1St. Rl. M. Fubiler"? Lettering is in script and hard to read. Condition is Very Fine, Rare! Awarded to all those who served in Kohat, Waziristan and the Peshawur District between 21st December 1921 and 31st March 1924. Naming impressed in block capitals. Medals with this bar were issued in silver only. This was the first bar to be awarded with the third issue obverse ZC1955 DT

237 - Gun Winchester 62A in 22 S/L/LR Slide Action Rifle This vintage first year issue Winchester Model 62A in 22 S/L/LR Pump Action Rifle (ECL) was manufactured in 1940 and features take-down screw; 23” blued tapered barrel; case-hardened receiver; smooth one-piece hardwood stock &10-rib forearm, blade front sight, adjustable spring leaf rear sight; tube-fed magazine; and black hard rubber butt-plate. The gun’s condition grades at 85% with slight chew marks on the bottom of the stock butt. This is a single shot target rifle chambered for 22S, 22L, or 22 LR. Good plinker for around the farm. Used. From the internet, “Winchester Model 62 and later the 62A, can last a lifetime, they were the .22 gallery gun used in carnival shooting galleries for years and were often fired hundreds of times a day, thousands of times a week, year after year! The Winchester model 62 is also very accurate and about as reliable as .22 rifles can get. The Winchester Model 62 was the third of a series of pump action rifles that Winchester produced in the .22 caliber, beginning with the 1890 and then the 1906 model. Both previous slide actions were discontinued in 1932. Following in the previous models design, the Model 62 also features an exposed hammer. The Winchester Model 62 was in production from 1932 till 1958. Every Model 62 was a take-down version and had a 23 inch round, tapered barrel. The Winchester Model 62 had a straight walnut stock and grooved slide handle. The number of groves in the slide action handle changed over time, with earlier versions having less groves. Winchester chambered the 62 in .22 caliber and could feed short, long, and long-rifle interchangeably. A notable date for the Winchester Model 62 occurs in 1940, when the bolt was changed and thus prompted Winchester to change the model to the Winchester Model 62A. Additionally all prior model 62s had a slide pump forearm that was 5 3/4" long, at that point the newer models switched to 8" long. The grooves cut in the forearm also increased from 10 to 17. The Winchester 1890, 1906, 62, and 62A all used basically the same pump action design and the 62A uses coil springs instead of flat springs like the earlier models.” Tag Words: Firearm, hunting, target, youth, vermin, sport, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle, 22 S, 22S, .22 S, .22S, 22 Short, .22Short, .22 Short, 22 L, 22L, .22 L, .22L, 22 Long, .22Long, .22 Long E2292 Winchester Model 62A in 22 S/L/LR Serial Number 100304 Slide Action Rifle Z12 SWW

238 - Military Patches Large Assortment WWII to Current Large lot of WWII and Vintage Military Patches. Most appear to be United States Military, however you will also find other countries. ZC1955 DT.

239 - Gun Marlin 336-RC in 30-30 Lever Action Rifle Beautiful first year of manufacture Marlin Model 336-RC in .30-30 Caliber Lever Action Rifle (MCL) manufactured in 1948 and features burled Walnut stock and forend, blued finish, 20” barrel, 6+1 capacity tube magazine; micro-adjustable peep-hole rear sight, adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight & bead-blade front sight, soft rubber butt stock, and serrated hammer spur. Gun has lovely wood with two black circular inserts on the pistol-grip area; the bluing shows wear from normal use; and mechanically appears to be in good working order. Condition grades at 85%. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Sport, Target, Hunting, Military, Cowboy, 30-30, .30-30, 30-30 Win, 30-30Win, .30-30 Win, .30-30Win, 30-30 Winchester, .30-30 Winchester E2378 Marlin Model 336-RC in 30-30 Caliber Serial Number E16385 Lever Action Rifle Z12 SWW

240 - Gun Head Down AR15 in 5.56 Semi Auto Rifle Head Down Model AR15 in .223/5.56MM Semi Auto Rifle (ALL) is an AR-15 style rifle that features Provectus Billet Receiver, black matte finish, HDF telescoping stock, M4 profile handguard, (1) 30 rd. capacity magazine included, forward assist, brass deflector, safety selector, 17" chrome-lined HDP profile barrel with A-2 flash hider, flip-up adjustable post front sight, and black thermoplastic pistol grip. Condition grades at 95%+. Like new in box. Tag Words: Firearm, M4, Tactical, AR15, AR-15, Military, Prepper, Prepping, 223 Rem, 223Rem, .223 Rem, .223Rem, 223 Remington, 223Remington, .223Remington, 5.56MM, 556 MM, 556MM, 5.56x45 MM, 5.56x45MM, 5.56 x 45 MM, 5.56 x 45MM, NATO D2984 Head Down AR15 in 5.56 caliber Serial Number PV000089 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

241 - Lot of (4) Assorted SpyderCo Folding Knives This is a great lot with (4) SpyderCo brand Folding Knives. Includes (1) 1992 SpyderCo ATS-34 Robert Terzuola Design Lock Blade Folding Knife with semi-serrated blade; (1) 1997 SpyderCo AUS-8 Horn Folding Lock Blade Knife with semi-serrated blade; (1) 2003 SpyderCo VG-10 Lock Folding Knife with single-edge blade; and (1) 1995 SpyderCo G-2 Stainless Lock Blade Folding Knife with single-edge blade. From the internet, “Since starting Spyderco we've been told our knives are different, peculiar, even out there. All true. Thinking beyond established knife industry barriers allowed us to introduce new and radical innovations to the knife culture including: One-hand opening, serrations on a folder and a clip to attach a knife to a pocket. We didn't go into business to rake in a mountain of dough we're here for more selfish reasons- indulging our passion for creating knives. Spyderco is definitely out of the norm in the knife industry in our dedication to researching and developing fresh, improved and better performing materials all with function and reliability being key. Our recognizable appearance is a result of designing ergonomic functional tools rather than applying lipstick and nylons to a pocketknife. We may look curious, homely, whatever, but we'll never be called unusable or undependable. When you purchase a Spyderco you are buying a high-quality reliable cutting tool designed and manufactured for peak performance and ergonomic comfort. Those Who Know Carry Spyderco.” Tag Words: weapon, Knife, Switchblade, folding, defense, tactical, ZB8812 241 SWW

242 - Gun Winchester 54 in 30-06 Bolt Action Rifle Winchester Model 54 in .30-06 Springfield Bolt Action Rifle features blued finish, smooth American Walnut one-piece stock and fore end, 24” tapered barrel, non-detachable 5 round box magazine, blade front & adjustable rear sights, steel butt-plate. Other features include flip safety, sling swivels and bent-bolt. Condition grades at 85% wear consistent with age. From the internet: “The Winchester Model 54 is a bolt action rifle manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. The 54 was the first successful production run civilian centerfire bolt action for Winchester. Using a Mauser 98-type action, the 54 was a less-expensive derivation of the limited-production handmade Model 51 "Imperial" of 1919. The Model 54 was produced until 1936 when, with some modifications, it was reintroduced as the Winchester Model 70. The Model 54 had a relatively heavy two stage trigger pull, which was greatly improved in the Model 70. Introduced prior to the popularity of telescopic sights, it was intended for use with open or aperture sights, and the bolt throw makes the addition of a scope difficult.” Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, .30-06, 30-06 Springfield, .30-06 Springfield D9170 Winchester Model 54 in 30-06 Serial Number 25571A Bolt Action Rifle ZB1901 SWW

243 - Firearm Italian Side Hammer Black Powder Rifle This Italian made, Investarm imported Muzzle Loading Black Powder Rifle uses a side-lock hammer percussion system with a 28” Heavy Octagonal Barrel in .50 caliber. Features a 28" octagonal heavy steel barrel, wood plunger rod, blade front & adjustable rear sights, tempered steel receiver, trigger guard, double triggers, and brass crescent shaped butt-plate. Other features include a smooth one-piece straight hardwood stock, and forearm with brass accents. This rifle makes a great display piece. BLACK POWDER - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Words: Gun, Vintage, Collectable ZB7896 243 SWW

244 - Assorted Medal & Military Items Lot of Misc. Military Items: Mothers of the Grand Old Republic Badge, Ethiopia Earth Train Medal with colorful ribbon, Feirdrich wilhelm IV Koeing Von Preussen 1840 medal, U.S. Navy World Voyage medal, A Ethiopia Earth Train medal with out ribbon and a few other assorted items. ZC1955 DT

245 - Gun Remington 03-A3 in 30-06 Bolt Action Rifle Vintage US Military Surplus Remington Model 03-A3 in .30-06 caliber Bolt Action Rifle (XCL) features 24” barrel; steel receiver; overall length of 43.5”. The top of the receiver is stamped, “U.S. REMINGTON MODEL 03-A3” & the Remington Arms ‘flaming bomb’ proof mark & 2-43 is stamped on the barrel end just before front sight, indicating it was manufactured in February, 1943. Other features include easy-cam bolt; thumb safety; smooth one-piece wood stock with wood forearm upper (white stencil 7 & A16 on stock); two barrel bands; three sling swivels; fixed post front & adjustable incremental rear sights; and steel butt-plate. Condition grades at 80%; weapon is in very good condition for its age. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, US Military, Surplus, Hunting, .30-06, 30-06 Springfield, .30-06 Springfield E2099 Remington Model 03-A3 in 30-06 caliber Serial Number 3560396 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

246 - Awards Lot of Assorted US Military Ribbons/Bars This is a lot of different military ribbons/bars of American origin. Items are not individually identified by type or composition. From the internet, “Awards and decorations of the United States Armed Forces are the military awards including decorations which recognize service and personal accomplishments while a member of the U.S. military. Together with military badges, such awards are a means to display outwardly the highlights of a service member's career.” Tag Words: Militaria, Memorabilia, Europe, German, Accessories, Insignia, Medal, Badge, Regalia, Uniform, Decorations, Accouterments ZB8950 246 SWW

247 - Gun Remington 8 in 35 Rem Semi-Auto Rifle Vintage Remington Model 8 in .35 Rem caliber Semi-Auto Rifle was manufactured between 19—and 1936. Features 21.5” barrel; RH bolt slide; two=piece checkered wood stock & forearm; thumb lever safety; blade front & buckhorn rear sights; fixed 5 rd. box magazine; sling swivels, and steel butt-plate. Condition is 90% wear consistent with age. Used. From internet: "The Remington Model 8 rifle is long recoil-operated and uses a rotating bolt head. After firing, the barrel and bolt, still locked together, move rearward inside the receiver and compress two recoil springs. Then the bolt is held back while the barrel is returned forward by one of the springs permitting extraction and ejection. Once the barrel is returned, the bolt is returned forward by the second spring; in so doing it picks up a fresh round from the magazine and chambers it. The Remington Model 8 has a fixed 5-shot magazine and bolt hold-open device which engages after the magazine is empty. It is a takedown design, meaning that the barrel and receiver are easily separated with no tools, allowing for a smaller package for transport. Remington created four new calibers for the Model 8 rifle: .25 Remington, .30 Remington, .32 Remington and .35 Remington. These cartridges were rimless designs to allow reliable feeding from box magazines. The Model 8 was offered in five grades of finish (Standard, Special, Peerless, Expert and Premier) and was the first truly reliable medium power semiautomatic rifle ever commercialized (1906)." Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Target, 35Rem, .35 Rem, .35Rem, 35 Remington, .35 Remington, 35Remington, .35Remington D9173 Remington Model 8 in 35 Rem Serial Number 56694 Semi-Auto Rifle ZB1901 SWW

248 - Firearm Trench Art Wood Covered Inert Mortar Round Unique WWII trench art, wood covered inert practice bomb / shell casing / mortar round. Bottom of casing is incised "HMC 1944 MK6 50 CAL 3" Dummy Cartridge". Wood covering has some stress cracks. Very heavy, measures 34" long x 4.25" bottom diameter. See more inert bombs in lot #s 38, 136, 248, and 319. *Extra shipping charges will apply. Tag Words: Military surplus, WW1, WWII, militaria, ammunition, firearm, gun, tank ZB9074 MKL

249 - (40) WWII Army Air Corps Unit Decals This is a fantastic lot of approx. (40) WWII era Army-Air Force Unit Decals. Each decal is set in its own protective sleeve and these decals have never been used! You can apply them to your favorite vehicle or model to give an authentic feel to your items! Hard to find decals, especially in this quantity. Tag Words: World War II, INTDES, WWII, Military, Unit, Decal, Logo, Sticker, Nickname, Collectable ZB8950 249 SWW

250 - Gun Winchester 1892 in 30 WCF Lever Rifle This hard to find vintage Winchester Model 1892 in .30 WCF caliber Lever Action Repeating Rifle was manufactured in 1904, and features 26" octagonal barrel. Other features include a case-hardened receiver; standard front blade & buckhorn rear sights, as well as a Lyman 1886 No. 2 Tang Sight; smooth two-piece hardwood straight stock and forearm; side-loading port; and steel crescent-shaped butt-plate. Model 92's are another prized lever gun for Winchester and cowboy action collectors. Nice finish fading and the wood’s patina gives this example the required old west feel. Condition: Very Good - Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Vintage, Cowboy, Winchester, Wild West, 30-30, .30-30, 30-30 Win, 30-30Win, .30-30 Win, .30-30Win, 30-30 Winchester, .30-30 Winchester, 30WCF, .30 WCF, 30 Winchester Center Fire, 30WinchesterCenterFire D8634 Winchester Model 1892 in 30 WCF caliber Serial Number 533519 Lever Action Rifle ZB1241 SWW

251 - Gun Remington 870 Express Mag in 12GA Pump Shotgun This Remington Model 870 Express Magnum in 12 GA Pump Action Shotgun (MCL) features non-reflective matte black finish, flat finish walnut pistol-grip style stock and fore end, 19.5" barrel, chambered for 2 ¾”and 3” shells, Modified Remington choke, 5 round internal capacity magazine, thumb safety, raised ramp front & adjustable rear sights, and vented rubber recoil pad. Condition grades at 90%. Used. From the internet, “This is no standard Model 870 Express, far from it. Capable of handling everything from light 2 3/4-inch loads to heavy 3-inch magnums interchangeably, this shotgun is unrivaled in versatility and value. No other pump gun even comes close. Available with non-reflective matte-finish metalwork and flat-finish hardwood stock and fore-end, the Model 870 Express Magnum features a 25-inch vent-rib barrel with Modified Rem Choke.” Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Military, Police, Law Enforcement, Tactical, Security, Special Purpose, 12Ga, 12 Gauge, 00Buck, 00Buckshot, 00 Buck, 00 Buckshot, Rifled Slug, Slug E2377 Remington Model 870 Express Mag in 12 GA Serial Number A156608M Pump Action Shotgun Z12 SWW

252 - Gun Nagant M1895 in 7.62x38R Revolver Vintage CAI imported Russian Mosin Nagant Model M1895 in 7.62x38R caliber Single/Double Action Revolver was manufactured in 1923 and features an unusual 7-shot cylinder and a gas-seal firing system. Other features include 4.5” blue steel barrel, 7-shot non-swing out cylinder, cylinder locking rod unscrews, pivots, and doubles as the ejector rod, fixed front post & rear notch sights, original diamond checked grips, and lanyard loop on butt-plate. This revolver comes with the correct flap cover leather holster with cleaning rod, and spare 7-shot cylinder. The M1895 is an excellent piece to add to your collection. The condition grades at 90%. Used in flap holster. From the internet: “The Nagant M1895 Revolver is a seven-shot, gas-seal revolver designed and produced by Belgian industrialist Léon Nagant for the Russian Empire. The Nagant M1895 was chambered for a proprietary cartridge, 7.62x38R, and featured an unusual "gas-seal" system in which the cylinder moved forward when the gun was cocked to close the gap between the cylinder and the barrel. Léon Nagant and his brother Emile were well known in the Russian Tsar's court and military administration because of the important part they had played in the design of the Russian service rifle Mosin-Nagant Model 1891. The Nagant M1895 became the standard issue side arm for Russian army and police officers, later for Red Army and Soviet law enforcements. Production began in Liège, Belgium, but was soon moved to Russia. The M1895 started to be replaced by the more modern Tokarev semi-automatic pistol in 1933 but was still produced and used in great numbers during World War II. Despite being supplemented after 1930 by the Tokarev it was never fully replaced until the arrival of the Makarov Pistol in 1952. The distinctive shape and name helped it achieve cult status in Russia, and in the early 1930s the presentation of a Nagant M1895 revolver with an embossed Red Star was one of the greatest honors that could be bestowed on a Party Member. It remains in use with the Russian Railways and remote police forces. The M1895 revolver was used extensively by the Russian Imperial Army and later by the Soviet Union after the Russian Revolution. In Russian service, it was known for its extreme sturdiness and ability to withstand abuse. As one former Imperial Russian officer stated, "If anything went wrong with the M1895, you could fix it with a hammer". It was widely employed by the Bolshevik secret police, the Cheka, as well as its Soviet successor agencies, the OGPU and NKVD. In the police role, it was frequently seen with a cut-down barrel to aid in concealment by plainclothes agents. Despite the advent of the more modern Soviet TT pistol, the M1895 remained in production and use throughout World War II." Tag Words: Firearm, Military, Russian, Soviet, Surplus, Collectable, 7.62x38R, 7.62 Nagant, 7.62x38mmR, 7.62 x 38mmR, 7.62 x 38mmR E2302 CAI Nagant Model M1895 in 7.62x38R Caliber Serial Number 9003 Double Action Revolver ZB9139 SWW

253 - Gun RIA 1911A1-FS in 45 ACP Semi Auto Pistol Nice Rock Island Armory 1911A1-FS in .45 ACP caliber Semi-Auto Pistol (MAC) features standard fixed sights, smooth wood grips, serrated trigger & hammer and beaver tail grip safety. Other features include Single Action, 5” barrel length, 8.75” overall length, Parkerized steel slide and frame, and (1) 8+1 round capacity magazine. Condition grades at 95%. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, 1911, Collectible, 45ACP, .45 ACP, .45ACP,45 Auto, .45Auto, .45 Auto, .45Auto E2396 RIA Model 1911A1-FS in 45 ACP Serial Number RIA1467137 Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

254 - Bayonet Danish Model 1867 Yataghan Bayonet w/ Scab This genuine pre-WWI era Danish First Model 1867 Bayonet with scabbard with Yataghan blade was designed for use with the Danish Remington M1867/96 Rolling Block rifle. Made by Gebruder Weyersberg, Solingen, Germany. The bayonet has a rifle mortise with an external blade spring for the locking stud which designates it as a pre-1885 First Model. This Bayonet features a 21.75” single edge blade; 26.75” overall length; and the blade has a runnel down the middle. The hilt is steel with a single upswept extension cross guard (serial # on one side & Unit designation on the other), a functional stud button (lug release), a ‘birds head’ pommel and black checkered leather grips. The fullered steel blade is stamped on the Ricasso with “Gebr. Weyerberg - Solingen” maker’s mark. The leather scabbard is black with steel chape & locket; and is in good condition for its age. This is a perfect addition for any military collector or someone who collects military edge weapons. From the internet, “In the aftermath of the devastating defeat against the Germans in 1864, the Danish army needed urgent modernization. One of the many new acquisitions for the Danish Army was the US Remington Rolling Block rifle. The bayonet that accompanied this rifle was a Yataghan style bayonet. The French were the first to make a Yataghan style bayonet in the 1840's. The bayonet shape is based on the North African Yataghan sword, with its distinct curved blade. There is many theories on why they chose the Yataghan style blade. 1) The curve ensured that the blade was out of the bullet trajectory. 2) The Yataghan style was the best compromise between a thrusting weapon (bayonet) and a slashing weapon (sword) in the armies where soldiers up until then had carried infantry swords as well as bayonets, thus eliminating the need for both side-arms. In the end, the style became a major success. Almost all the worlds bayonet using countries fielded a Yataghan style bayonet at some time or another.” Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Authentic, Danish, Prussia, Germany, Vintage Z14 254 SWW

255 - Gun German K98 Mauser in 7.62 Military Rifle Imported Surplus German Model K98 Mauser in 7.62mm NATO (converted from 8mm) Bolt Action Military Rifle features blue finish, wood stock, standard military sights, and cleaning rod is missing. Markings indicate rifle was made in 1943 with maker’s proof stamps and 7.62 conversion stamp. Condition grades at 80% with wear consistent with age. Used. From the internet: “The K98 model was adopted in 1935 as the standard service rifle by the German Wehrmacht. It was one of the final developments in the long line of Mauser military rifles. Although supplemented by semi- and fully automatic rifles during World War II, it remained the primary German service rifle until the end of World War II in 1945. Millions were captured by the Soviets at the conclusion of World War II and were widely distributed as military aid. The K98 therefore continues to appear in conflicts across the world as they are taken out of storage during times of strife. The K98 is a controlled-feed bolt-action rifle based on the Mauser M 98 system. Its internal magazine could be loaded with five cartridges from a stripper clip or one-by-one. Each rifle was furnished with a short length of cleaning rod, fitted through the bayonet stud. The joined rods from 3 rifles provided one full-length cleaning rod.” Tag Words: Firearm, Surplus, 308 Win, 308 Winchester, .308, .308 Win, .308 Winchester, 308Win, .308Win, 7.62x51 MM, 7.62x51MM, 7.62 x 51 MM, 7.62 Ball, 7.62 NATO E2221 German Model K98 Mauser in 7.62 Serial Number 2117 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

256 - Gun Winchester 94 in 30-30 Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 94 in .30-30 caliber Lever Action Rifle (MCL) was manufactured in 1966 and has a Galaxy 3x-9x32 rifle scope mounted with Weaver mounts. Features blued steel finish, straight grip smooth Walnut stock & forearm, 20” barrel, hooded ramp front sight (leaf adjustable rear sight is broke off). Grades at 80% condition wear consistent with age; slight oxidation and a hand engraved number on the forearm. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Guide, Hi-power, 30-30, .30-30, 30-30 Win, 30-30Win, .30-30 Win, .30-30Win, 30-30 Winchester, .30-30 Winchester E2360 Winchester Model 94 in 30-30 Serial Number 2932605 Lever Action Rifle Z12 SWW

257 - Military Bayonet German M1871/84 w/ Scabbard A genuine German M1871/84 Mauser military bayonet with metal scabbard features a 253mm (10”) blade with 385mm (15.25”) overall length. The blade is in nice condition and shows little use. The handle shows a little weathering and light pitting. The scabbard is nice with no dings but the paint is worn. Serial numbers on bayonet and scabbard do not match. Leather bayonet frog is missing. A perfect addition for any military collector or someone who collects military edge weapons. From the internet: “The first knife bayonet was introduced for the first German rifle with a magazine Rifle M1871/84. The knife-bayonet, which had been adopted in January 1884, was named M71/84. This bayonet was one of the very first adopted knife bayonets in the world. Knife bayonet for use with the 11 mm. Mauser M1871/84 repeating rifle. This bayonet will also mount on the earlier 11 mm. Mauser M1871 rifle and the 8 mm. M1888 Commission Rifle. The M1871/84 was the first knife bayonet to become general issue in a major army, setting a trend that continues to the present day. There were two M1871/84 blade profiles that differ only in the length of the fuller. The M1871/84 rifle was superseded by the M1888 Commission Rifle shortly after entering service, limiting the M1871/84 bayonet’s use by the German Army. Although the M1871/84 bayonet mounts to the M1888 Commission Rifle, this combination was felt to have insufficient reach. The M1888 was typically issued with the longer M1871 sword bayonet. The M1871/84 bayonet’s historical impact was that its design became the pattern for many subsequent bayonets, such as the Spanish M1983, Chilean M1895, and Venezuelan M1900.” Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Authentic, WWI, WW1, World War I, Germany, vintage ZB9027 257 SWW

258 - Gun Taurus PT145 Millennium Pro in 45 ACP Pistol Taurus Model PT145 Millennium Pro in .45 ACP Semi Auto Pistol features a Matte Black Slide, Black Polymer Frame, Picatinny Rail, 2-Dot Front & Adjustable Rear Sight, Ambidextrous Magazine Release, 3.25" Barrel, (1) 10+1 capacity magazine, firing pin block, trigger block, manual safety. Grades at 95%. Used in box with speed loader. From the internet: “We can think of a million reasons to add this highly regarded pistol to your belt, but for time's sake we'll just highlight our favorites. Like remarkable versatility; non-stop performance. And your choice of models including: 9mm (12+1), .40 caliber (10+1), or .45 ACP (10+1 or 6+1 in a slimmer grip, single stack magazine sub-compact .45 at under 21 ounces). The Millennium PRO" also features the same revolutionary Single Action/Double Action trigger and matching serial numbers on the frame, slide and barrel as the 24/7 PRO, Heinie "Straight Eight" sights, an ergonomic grip design, enhanced finger indexing Ambidextrous Index Memory Pads" and posi-traction slide serrations. Light, powerful and technically advanced, the Millennium PRO is the choice for concealment and back-up carry." Tag words: Firearm, concealed carry, self-defense, CCW, 45ACP, .45 ACP, .45ACP,45 Auto, .45Auto, .45 Auto, .45Auto E2306 Taurus Model PT145 Millennium Pro in 45 ACP Serial Number NEX56016 Semi Auto Pistol ZB9139 SWW

259 - Firearm U.S. Military Model ARM 1920 Gun Rack Lockable storage steel gun rack / carousel. Great way to display your collection, will hold up to 20 rifles. Top of center pole is embossed "ARM Rack - Model of 1920". Measures 49" tall x 27" base diameter. **This item cannot be shipped. Tag Words: WW1, WWII, Armorer, Armory, gun safety, firearm accessory ZB9074 MKL

260 - Firearm Antique H.S. Brown Percussion SxS Shotgun Antique H.S. Brown of Belgium Side x Side Exposed Hammer Percussion Shotgun features (2) round 32” side-by-side laminated steel barrels in 12 ga.; “The H.S. Brown” engraved on receiver; two exposed percussion hammers; thumb breach latch; checkered wood stock & forearm; hard rubber butt plate; 48.5" overall length; and fixed bead front sight. Condition grades at 95%. Used. ANTIQUE BLACK POWDER - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Gun, Continental, Black Powder, Sport Shooting, Hunting Z12 260 SWW

261 - Gun NAA Black Widow in 22 Mag SA Revolver North American Arms Model Black Widow in .22 Magnum Single Action Derringer type Mini-Revolver (MLL) features nickel finish, finger molded black rubber grips, 2" barrel, 6" overall length, 5 chamber cylinder, front blade sight, and ridged trigger. Condition grades at 95%. Used in leather holster. From the internet, “In the world of production firearms, there aren’t many smaller than the offerings from North American Arms. Its Guardian series is about as petite as semi-automatic pistols come, and I believe its Mini-Revolvers may be the smallest production revolvers in the world. There really aren’t many clothing choices — at least ones you can legally get away with in public — that would prevent carrying a gun this small.” Tag Word: Firearm, European, German, Collectible, Historic, Bicycle Gun, 22WMR, 22 WMR, .22WMR, .22 WMR, 22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, 22 Mag, .22Mag, .22 Mag E2367 NAA Model Black Widow in 22 Mag Serial Number R21401 Single Action Revolver Z12 SWW

262 - Gun H&A Dictator in 32 RF Pin-Fire Revolver Vintage Hopkins & Allen Model Dictator in .32 Rimfire caliber Pin-Fire Revolver features side-Pin-Fire Single Action, nickel finish, checkered hard rubber grips, 2.75 " round barrel, 7.25" overall length, front blade sight, and spur trigger. Top of barrel marked "Hopkins & Allen Mfg. Co" and "Dictator”. Condition grades at 60% with pitting, and oxidation spots. Used. Tag Word: Firearm, Collectible, Historic, 32RF, 32 RF, .32RF, .32 RF, 32 Rimfire, .32 Rimfire, 32S&W, .32 S&W, .32S&W, 32 SW, 32SW, .32 SW, .32SW, 32 Smith & Wesson, .32 Smith & Wesson, 32Smith & Wesson, .32Smith & Wesson E2163 Hopkins & Allen Model Dictator in 32 Serial Number NVSNE2163 Pin-Fire Revolver Z12 SWW

263 - Gun Remington 12 in 22 S/L/LR Pump Action Rifle This vintage Remington Model 12 in 22 S/L/LR Pump or Slide Action Rifle (MLL) was manufactured from 1909 to 1936 and has a Weaver C4 rifle scope attached. Features take-down screw; 23.5” blued octagonal barrel; case-hardened receiver; smooth style hardwood stock & 10-rib forearm, blade front sight, adjustable notch rear sight; tube-fed magazine; and steel butt-plate. The gun’s condition grades at 80+% with wear consistent with age. This is a single shot target rifle chambered for 22S, 22L, or 22 LR. Good plinker for around the farm. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, hunting, target, youth, vermin, sport, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle, 22 S, 22S, .22 S, .22S, 22 Short, .22Short, .22 Short, 22 L, 22L, .22 L, .22L, 22 Long, .22Long, .22 Long E2336 Remington Model 12 in 22 S/L/LR Serial Number 745914 Pump Action Rifle Z12 SWW

264 - WWII Germany Nazi Soldier War Newspaper Scrapbook WWII Germany Nazi Soldier War Time Newspaper Scrapbook. Rare original German newspaper clippings photographs of Nazi soldiers, German Italian Army, Axis Powers, Hitler, Mussolini, battle scenes, and personal images. Maybe only ones left. Dates from the early 1940s. Ink pen notations in German. Interesting insight into the German soldiers experience during WWII. Book measures 6" x 8.5" with 36 pages. Soft covers. In very good condition. Tag Words: German Army, Nazi, Propaganda, Newspaper, Rare Publications, World War 2, History Z14 TKT

265 - Firearm Antique E. Bernard 12 Ga. SxS Shotgun Antique Emile Bernard Liege, Belgium made Side x Side 12 Ga. Percussion Black Powder Shotgun was manufactured circa. 1893 and features “E. Bernard” inlaid with fine gold on the barrel tape; “Affolter” & “A. Bienne” (Swiss Retailers) inlaid in fine gold around the hammers; and receiver wildlife engravings. Other features include (2) round 29.75” side-by-side Damascus steel barrels; two percussion hammers; trigger guard swivel key breach latch; dual triggers; checkered wood stock & forearm; steel butt plate; 46.25" overall length, and fixed bead front sight. Condition grades at 70%. Used. ANTIQUE - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Gun, Continental, Sport Shooting, Hunting, 12GA, 12 Gauge, 12Gauge, 00Buck, 00Buckshot, 00 Buck, 00 Buckshot Z12 265 SWW

266 - Firearm Spanish Replica 44 Cal Side Hammer Pistol This Spanish replica Black Powder Cap & Ball Side Hammer Pistol in .44 Cal is a single shot black powder pistol and features antique brown finish; one-piece hardwood pistol grip and frame w/ brass trigger guard and accents; 9.5" octagonal barrel; 15.5" overall length; brass front blade sight and notch rear sight. Used in foam-padded case. BLACK POWDER – NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Word: Gun, INTDES, Prop, Sport Shooting, Hunting ZB7896 266 SWW

267 - Gun Grendel P-10 in 380 ACP Semi-Auto Pistol Grendel Model P-10 in .380 ACP Automatic Pistol is made in the USA, and features Blowback Double Action only; low inertia safety hammer system; high capacity top-loading integral magazine; 2-7/8” barrel; 5-3/8” overall length, fixed front & rear sights, matte black slide, and black polymer textured grips. 10 rd. capacity. Perfect for concealed carry. Condition grades at 90% due to slight exterior wear. Used. From the internet: “The Grendel P-10 is a radically new type of semi-automatic pistol. The P-10 is especially suited for self-defense or home protection by individuals with only limited training in the use of a hand gun. Like a double-action revolver, the P-10 has no external safety. Also like a revolver, the P-10 uses no loose magazines, but has a high capacity magazine integrated in the grip. A speed loader is also available. The bottom of the grip is designed to accept an extension or our "MMH" target illumination system.” Tag Word: Firearm, carry conceal, women, small, lightweight, 380ACP, .380 ACP, .380ACP, 380 Auto, .380Auto, .380 Auto, .380Auto, 380 Automatic Colt Pistol, .380 Automatic Colt Pistol, 9 MM Kurtz. 9MM Kurtz, 9x17 MM, 9x17 Browning Short, 9 x 17 Browning Short E2298 Grendel Model P-10 in 380 ACP Serial Number 01538 Auto Pistol ZB9139 SWW

268 - Queen's South Africa Medal With 4 Bars Named! The Queen's Africa Medal with 4 Bars or Clasps in very good condition with normal handling marks for a medal of this age. This is the third version which will be explained below. The Clasp are: South Africa 1902, Transvaal, Orange Free State & Cape Colony. The obverse of this medal has the crowned bust of Queen Victoria with the inscription 'VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX'. There were three reverses to the QSA but all three had many similarities. All have the figure of Britannia facing right with her hand stretched out holding a wreath. Behind her is her shield bearing the Union Flag and in the background can be seen the ships of the Royal Navy and soldiers marching into battle. Above Britannia are the words 'SOUTH AFRICA'. The first reverse type contain the raised dates '1899 1900' and is explained here. The second type used to have the dates but these have been removed leaving what are referred to as 'ghost dates' on the reverse and the third type has no dates. For the first two types, the wreath on the reverse points to the 'R' in the word Africa. For the third type, the wreath points to the letter 'F' in the word Africa. ZC1955 DT

269 - Gun Sig Sauer P250 in 40 S&W Semi Auto Pistol Sig Sauer Model P250 in .40 S&W Semi Auto Pistol (EEC). This model is designed as a modular pistol for quick change of caliber and size. Features DAO, Nitron coated Stainless Steel barrel and slide, polymer grip shell with stainless insert, interchangeable polymer grips, 3.9" barrel, accessory rail, 7.2" overall length, weight w/ mag 26.9 oz (loaded), 13+1 capacity w/ 1 magazine, fixed front and rear notched 3-dot sights. Condition grades at 95+%. Used in box with papers and lock. From the internet: “The P250, a modular pistol that allows the shooter to change caliber and size at will. The SIG SAUER P250 was designed specifically to address the future needs of the military, law enforcement, and civilian shooters around the world. The P250 will be available in the most popular calibers (9mm, .40S&W and .45ACP). The P250's innovative design enables the shooter to quickly remove the functional mechanism and place it into the polymer grip of his choice. This allows an immediate change in caliber and size; (subcompact, compact and full). And after any change the pistol delivers both outstanding accuracy and reliable functionality. Its modularity not only provides incredible ease of maintenance, but also provides a solution for accommodating different hand sizes - there are 6 different ergonomic combinations for each size, accomplished by changes in grip circumference and trigger style. Now you can own the world's only modular shooting system globally engineered to deliver the "To-Hell -And-Back-Reliability" you've come to expect from Sig Sauer.” Tag words: Firearm, concealed carry, self-defense, CCW, 40S&W, .40 S&W, .40S&W, 40 SW, 40SW, .40 SW, .40SW, 40 Smith & Wesson, .40 Smith & Wesson, 40Smith & Wesson, .40Smith & Wesson, .40 Smith&Wesson E2397 Sig Sauer Model P250 in 40 S&W Serial Number EAK026575 Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

270 - Gun ISSC MK22 in 22 LR Semi Auto Rifle Austrian made ISSC Model MK22 in 22 LR Semi-Auto Rifle (IAL) features folding adjustable stock; open retractable /adjustable sights; Rail System; 22 rd. magazine; 6-position cocking lever; 16.53” barrel; 34.65”-36.06” overall length; and thermos-plastic pistol grip. In addition to being an effective target and small-game rifle, it allows you to practice tactical and defensive drills while shooting less expensive .22 LR Rim-fire ammunition. Condition grades at New in box with papers. Tag Words: Firearm, Tactical, Military, LE, Police, Target, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle C6382 ISSC Model MK22 in 22 LR Serial Number A510992 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

271 - Military Medals Pins and More British War Medal WWI 1914-1918 without ribbon, 1940's SPANISH ARMY belt buckle, Horse Insignia with "The King's", 1911-1912 Italian Turkish War Silver Medal with damage to edge and a few other items. ZC1955 DT.

272 - Gun Waffen-Forgatsch Wien in 16 GA Shotgun Vintage Waffen-Forgatsch Wien in 16 Gauge Side-by-Side Break Action Hammerless Shotgun features Left Hand Monte-Carlo style stock, 29” blued double barrels, break action loading, steel receiver, thumb break latch, hammerless, double triggers, bead front sight, European Walnut checkered stock & forearm, sling swivels, and hard rubber butt-plate. Condition grades at 80+%. Used. Tag Word: Firearm, Hunting, Target, Youth, Vermin, Sport, Plinking, Hiking, Camping, 16 gauge, 16 ga. D8355 Waffen-Forgatsch Wien in 16 GA Serial Number 1369 Break Action Shotgun ZB1901 SWW

273 - Gun Colt Gold Cup Trophy in 45 ACP Semi Pistol This Colt Model Gold Cup Trophy in .45 ACP Semi Auto Pistol (OLL) features Single Action, full length recoil spring, target recoil spring, 5” Match Grade barrel, (1) 7 rd. & (1) 8 rd. capacity magazines, low profile front & adjustable rear notch sights, combat-style hammer, standard safety lock, beaver-tail grip safety, serrated 3-hole aluminum trigger adjustable for over travel, and black checkered wrap-around grips. Condition grades at 95%. Used in Box with papers, lock and spare magazine. From the internet: “The first Colt Gold Cup pistol was introduced in the late 1950’s to give competitive shooters a gun to take directly from the dealer’s shelf to the firing line. It featured an adjustable wide trigger, hand-honed action, adjustable target sights, flat grooved top rib on the slide, and many other refinements as standard. Today, the Colt Gold Cup is known as the finest shooting automatic in the world, and is the standard for competition guns.” Tag Words: Firearm, 1911, Collectible, 45ACP, .45 ACP, .45ACP, 45 Auto, .45Auto, .45 Auto, .45Auto, 45 Automatic Colt Pistol, .45 Automatic Colt Pistol E2362 Colt Model Gold Cup Trophy in 45 ACP Serial Number GCT21011 Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

273a - Gun Arisaka Type I Paratroop in 6.5 Bolt Rifle Very rare Arisaka Model Type 38 Folding Stock Paratrooper Carbine (Test Type I) in 6.5mm caliber Bolt Action Rifle. There were only 200-300 produced in this folding stock style. This is a complete all matching rifle. The gun shows its age with heavily dinged wood stock; small piece of wood missing at hinge area; wood splinter missing on wood of right receiver & top guard; the two hinge screws are not original; and one hinge loop is cracked (see photos). The Japanese Imperial Chrysanthemum is intact and has the original dust cover. It is chambered in 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka and features round receiver, 19” barrel, and steel bolt, top-loading 5 rd. internal box magazine, blade front & adjustable incremental folding rear sights, two barrel bands, bayoner lug, sling swivels, hardwood stock and forearm, and steel butt-plate; overall length of 38”. A very tough rifle to obtain. Condition grades at 50%. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Military, Japan, Imperial, WWII, Surplus, Collectable, 6.5x5.50MM, 6.5 x 50 MM, 6.5 x 50MM C1236 Arisaka Model Type I in 6.5mm Caliber Serial Number I3500 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

274 - Gun Ruger Security Six in 357 Mag Revolver Ruger Model Security Six in .357 Mag Double Action Revolver (MOC) features blue finish, Pachmayr black rubber grips (not original), 6 shot capacity, fixed front and micro adjustable rear sights, serrated hammer, and 2.75" barrel. Nice handgun. Condition grades at 90+% due to slight wear on barrel tip. Used. Tag Word: Firearm, Law Enforcement, Target, Service, 357Mag, .357 Mag, .357Mag, 357 Magnum, .357 Magnum, 357Magnum, .357Magnum D9261 Ruger Model Security Six in 357 Mag Serial Number 159-13961 Double Action Revolver Z12 SWW

275 - Gun ATI V916 in 5.56 Semi Auto Rifle American Tactical Import Model V916 in .223/5.56MM Semi Auto Rifle (ALL) is an AR-15 style rifle that features black matte finish, 6-position telescoping stock, Head Down 9” free-floating rail handguard, 30+1 capacity w/ 1 magazine included, forward assist, brass deflector, safety selector, Picatinny rail upper receiver, 16" chrome-lined M4 profile barrel, birdcage flash suppressor, sling swivels, and black thermoplastic pistol grip. Condition grades at 95%+, Like New. Tag Word: Firearm, M4, Tactical, AR15, AR-15, Military, Prepper, Prepping, 223 Rem, 223Rem, .223 Rem, .223Rem, 223 Remington, 223Remington, .223Remington, 5.56MM, 556 MM, 556MM, 5.56x45 MM, 5.56x45MM, 5.56 x 45 MM, 5.56 x 45MM, NATO D2754 ATI V916 in 5.56MM Serial Number HDA-000432 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

276 - Bayonet US Military M1 Bayonet w/ Scabbard This is a WWII Era US Military Model M1 Bayonet with original scabbard is for use with the M1 Garand Rifle. The M1 bayonet has a 10” blade, and overall length of 14”. The single edged blade has two inches of the other side sharpened. There is a push button release for removal from the scabbard. The lug release works; the grips are checkered black molded plastic; and all metal parts are a dark gray parkerized finish. Markings on the blade Ricasso, “U.F.H.” with flaming bomb “US”. The manufacturer is Union Fork and Hoe circa April 1943. The fiberglass scabbard and metal frog are in very good condition for their age and also marked with the ‘flaming bomb’ US stamp. The M1 bayonet is a perfect addition for any military collector or someone who collects military edge weapons. From the internet: “The M1 Bayonet was designed to be used with the U.S. M1 Garand rifle. The blade is 10 inches (25.4 cm) long, and the handle is 4 inches (10.1 cm) long. Before 1943, the M1 Garand and all variants of the U.S. Rifle Model 1903 were using the M1905 bayonet and later M1942 bayonets. In 1943, the U.S. Army decided a shorter bayonet would be better, so as many of the M1905/1942s as possible were recalled, had their blades cut down to 10 inches, and were reissued. These shortened bayonets, along with the newly made 10-inch bayonets, are called M1 bayonets. They functioned well in the European theater, where in the rare bayonet-actions of the time, they were matched up against the 9 3/4 inch long blade of the German S84/98 III bayonet fitted on the Karabiner 98k. However, in the Pacific theater, the much longer Japanese bayonets on the already very long Arisaka rifle caused many American troops to retain the long M1905 bayonet.“ Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Authentic, WWII, WW2, World War II, British, Australia, India, Surplus, Collectable ZB1241 276 SWW

277 - Firearm Nepal Martini-Henry Breech-loading Rifle This 1880’s era Nepalese Martini-Henry Breech-Loading Rifle in unknown caliber was part of a massive shipment of antique firearms from the Royal Nepalese Armory in the Lagan Silekhana Palace in Katmandu, Nepal. Rifle features 32.25” barrel; 49.5” overall length; breech-loading percussion design; receiver assembly; plunger rod; fixed blade front & slide ramp adjustable rear sights; unique trigger guard tang; steel butt-plate; and sling swivels. Used. ANTIQUE - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “Based on an 1869 Westley Richards patented design, this unique and extremely rare early breech loading Military Rifle .450/.577 Martini Henry caliber was produced under the direction of General Gahendra Rana in the 1880's to provide Ghurka regiments with what appeared to be the latest British Military Rifle. An ingenious design, it really surpassed the standard Martini in that its entire action was removable as one unit for ease of servicing or exchange. Production however caused massive logistic problems and by 1894 the Ghurkas were dangerously short of viable .450 cal. breechloaders to face ever growing threats from the east. Finally the British came to the rescue with a delivery of several thousand Martini short lever rifles in late 1894 and even more long lever Martini Rifles in 1908. The over complicated Gahendra Rifle was thereafter basically shelved, the void in up-to-date arms having been met. Always considered the rarest Martini variety of all, the Gahendra Rifle has a characteristic loading lever but in other respects closely resembles the standard Martini externally. ” Tag words: Gun, Continental, Replica, Sport Shooting, Hunting, Black Powder, Percussion, Ball & Cap Z12 277 SWW

278 - Lot of (3) Assorted SpyderCo Folding Knives This is a great lot with (3) SpyderCo brand Folding Knives. Includes (1) 1997 SpyderCo Military CPM 440V Lock Blade Folding Knife with single-edge blade; (1) 2005 SpyderCo Yojimbo Michael Janich Design CPM S30V Lock-Back Folding Knife with single-edge blade; and (1) 2004 SpyderCo CPM S30V James A. Keating Lock-Back Folding Knife with single-edge blade. From the internet, “Since starting Spyderco we've been told our knives are different, peculiar, even out there. All true. Thinking beyond established knife industry barriers allowed us to introduce new and radical innovations to the knife culture including: One-hand opening, serrations on a folder and a clip to attach a knife to a pocket. We didn't go into business to rake in a mountain of dough we're here for more selfish reasons- indulging our passion for creating knives. Spyderco is definitely out of the norm in the knife industry in our dedication to researching and developing fresh, improved and better performing materials all with function and reliability being key. Our recognizable appearance is a result of designing ergonomic functional tools rather than applying lipstick and nylons to a pocketknife. We may look curious, homely, whatever, but we'll never be called unusable or undependable. Making knives that consistently deliver reliable high-performance requires an ongoing commitment to testing. In our million-dollar testing facility we examine edge retention with a CATRA machine, look for rust development with Q-FOG, check the force needed to open and close a knife. We also repeatedly test for stress, wear, optimal heat-treating and actively search for higher quality, performance enhancing steels and materials. As a customer you probably don't think about this, or much care, but it allows us to put forth a promise. When you purchase a Spyderco you are buying a high-quality reliable cutting tool designed and manufactured for peak performance and ergonomic comfort. Those Who Know Carry Spyderco.” Tag Words: weapon, Knife, Switchblade, folding, defense, tactical, ZB8812 278 SWW

279 - Firearm Replica Non-Firing German MP44 LMG This is an excellent replica of a German MP44 Light Machinegun (LMG) for NON-FIRING DISPLAY ONLY. The display piece has many original parts which add to the authentic feel! From the internet, “he MP43 / MP44 / StG44 are essentially the same gun. For some unknown reason the MP43 was officially renamed to the MP44, April 25, 1944, and the MP44 was again renamed to the StG44, October 22, 1944. StG means "Sturmgewehr" - "Stormrifle" or "Assaultrifle". This last designation must have been made in propaganda considerations. The new names weren't effective until much later. The MP43 was produced from Dec. 1943 to 1945, and the MP44 was produced from 1944 until the end of the war. The StG44 was produced in 1945 only. German Army studies had shown that few combat engagements occurred at more than 300 m and the majority within 200 m. The German standard ammunition - 8x57JS - was capable to kill beyond 1500 m. A rifle fired that ammo in short bursts was impossible to control - a lesson taught also with the AVT40, FN FAL, HK G3 etc. The MP40 - using 9 mm parabellum ammo - was easy to control, but only effective at shorter distances; perhaps 20 m and indeed not 200 m. So the Germans invented a new cartridge: 8 mm kurz. Same diameter as the 8x57JS but much shorter, 48.0 versus 80.6 mm. This new ammo was the vital part of the success of the MP44 / StG44. Generally accepted as the world's first assault rifle, the StG44's effect on post-war arms design was wide-ranging, as seen with the Russian AK47, and more than 15 years later in the U.S. M16 and other rifles in cal. 5.56 mm.” NON-FIRING REPLICA - DISPLAY ONLY – NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Accessories, Machine Gun, Korean War, Vietnam War, WWII, WW II, WW2, WW 2, ZC1955 279 SWW

280 - Gun Head Down PV15 in 5.56 Semi Auto Rifle Head Down Model PV15 in .223/5.56MM Semi Auto Rifle (ALL) is an AR-15 style rifle that features Provectus Billet Receiver, black matte finish, HDF telescoping stock, Head Down 15” Free-Floating Rail style handguard, (1) 30 rd. capacity magazine included, forward assist, brass deflector, safety selector, 16" chrome-lined HDP profile barrel, A-2 flash hider, and black Ergo rubber Ambi-grip pistol grip. Condition grades at 95%+. Like new in case. Tag Words: Firearm, M4, Tactical, AR15, AR-15, Military, Prepper, Prepping, 223 Rem, 223Rem, .223 Rem, .223Rem, 223 Remington, 223Remington, .223Remington, 5.56MM, 556 MM, 556MM, 5.56x45 MM, 5.56x45MM, 5.56 x 45 MM, 5.56 x 45MM, NATO D2946 Head Down PV15 in 5.56 caliber Serial Number PV000178 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

281 - Gun Caspian 1911 in 9x23 Semi Auto Pistol Caspian Model 1911 in 9x23mm Semi Auto Pistol (ALL) has a C-More laser scope system on aluminum side mount. Features blued slide and matte black frame; 4.75” barrel with 2” flash compensator; dual sided safety; black textured grip area, combat-style serrated hammer, 1 magazine and beavertail grip safety. Condition grades at 95+% due to light use marks. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Target, Sport Shooting, Off Duty, Slim, Military, Law Enforcement, 9Largo, 9 MM Largo, 9MM Largo, 9x23 MM Largo, 9 x 23 MM Largo, 9x23MM Largo, 9 Bayard D0126 Caspian Model 1911 in 9x23 Serial Number 19303 Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

282 - Gun Winchester 1892 in 44 WCF Lever Rifle This hard to find vintage Winchester Model 1892 in .44 WCF caliber Lever Action Repeating Rifle was manufactured in 1895, and features 26" octagonal barrel. Other features include a case-hardened receiver; standard front blade & buckhorn rear sights; smooth two-piece hardwood straight stock and forearm; side-loading port; and steel crescent-shaped butt-plate. Model 92's are another prized lever gun for Winchester and cowboy action collectors. Nice finish fading and the wood’s patina gives this example the required old west feel. Condition: Very Good - Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Vintage, Cowboy, Winchester, Wild West, 44WCF, .44 WCF, .44WCF, 44 WCF, .44 Winchester Center Fire, 44 Winchester Center Fire D9049 Winchester Model 1892 in 44 WCF caliber Serial Number 84275 Lever Action Rifle ZB7896 SWW

283 - Sword Vintage Japanese Katana With Scabbard A vintage Japanese sword, styled in the form of a Katana; meaning the blade is 2+ feet, as opposed to a Wakizashi whose blade is 1-2 feet. It is somewhat short, at just 26”, for a "Katana", which could mean it was a custom make. This Katana is described as a single-edged blade with dragon ornamental brass guard (called a tsuba), hardwood tsuka (handle) with brass kashira (pommel). The habaki (blade collar) and seppa (spacer) are of copper. The blade measures 26” in length x 1.25” wide; and 35.5” overall. It has a strong and traditional look about it! The "Ha" or edge on this particular item shows signs of having been carefully tempered by hand, instead of mass production. When the tsuka (hilt), traditionally made of ray skin wrapped in blue/green cloth, is removed, there is "Mei" (incisions) on the Nakago (tang) which describe the history of this particular sword. The incise on the tang features many words/ symbols on one side, and none on the other, which likely describe the maker, the date of creation, and more. The blade has some slight oxidation along its edge. Otherwise, the blade itself is in excellent condition. The tsuka and saya (hilt and scabbard) are in very good condition. There are copper and brass components externally on the saya (scabbard) which match those on the sword itself. This would be an awesome conversation piece to have, or a beloved component to any collection. Sword is sold as-is, and we cannot guarantee its integrity, or vitality. From the Consignor: "Appraisal was based on photos of the sword and blade, and pencil rubbings of the figures on the tang. It was made in 17th century, value depending on details to be discovered, such as if castings on grips are silver or silver washed, the appraiser had pictures, not the sword. My grandfather, Dr. Geoffrey Bennett was a surgeon in the US Army Medical Corps, with the 54th General Hospital, serving in southern New Guinea and surrounding areas, from 1943 to the end of the war. After the war ended, they went on a hospital ship to Japan to offer medical assistance to the overwhelmed people in Nagasaki.... It was during this time granddad acquired this katana and other memorabilia from a grateful Japanese family from Nagasaki. At the time, the services available to the residents was understandably destroyed so the Army sent US resources to help." Tag Words: Intdes, Fantasy, Medieval, Weaponry, LARP, Mil Sim, Role Play, Knight, Viking, Arms, Foil, Steel, Rapier, Scimitar, Sabre, Indonesia, Japanese, Ninja, Katana, Sai, Trident, Trisula, Axe, Battle ZB9178 283 SWW

284 - Gun Remington 742 in 308 Win Rifle w/ Scope Remington Model Woodsmaster 742 in .308 Win caliber Semi-Auto Rifle (MEC) with mounted Redfield 2 ¾ X 1” tube rifle scope attached with Weaver mounts. Features blued steel finish, hardwood stock & forend, 21.75” barrel, autoloader receiver; detachable box magazine holds 3 cartridges, overall length of 41.75 inches. Other features include fixed front & adjustable leaf rear sights, magazine latch, leather sling and steel butt-plate. Condition grades at 90% with wear on front sight, scope and wood stock. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, 308 Win, 308 Winchester, .308, .308 Win, .308 Winchester, 308Win, .308Win, 7.62x51 MM, 7.62x51MM, 7.62 x 51 MM, 7.62 Ball, 7.62 NATO E2337 Remington Model 742 in 308 Win Serial Number 207336 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

285 - Gun Winchester 94 Bicentennial 76 in 30-30 Rifle This beautiful Winchester Model 94 Bicentennial ’76 in .30-30 caliber Lever Action Rifle (CLL) was manufactured in 1976 to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the birth of our nation and features blued steel finish, straight grip smooth Walnut stock & forearm, 24” barrel, hooded ramp front & fully adjustable buckhorn rear sight. This is a beautiful Model 94 in a great caliber with commemorative text and scrollwork on the barrel and receiver. There is a commemorative medallion inlaid on the stock. Grades at 95% condition. Like New in Box with papers. The box is in fair condition. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Guide, Hi-power, 30-30, .30-30, 30-30 Win, 30-30Win, .30-30 Win, .30-30Win, 30-30 Winchester, .30-30 Winchester D8679 Winchester Model 94 Bicentennial 76 in 30-30 Serial Number USA08496 Lever Action Rifle Z12 SWW

286 - Gun Mossberg 500 Bullpup in 12 GA Pump Shotgun Mossberg Model 500 Bullpup in 12 GA Pump Action Shotgun (ELL) features bullpup design with ejection port in stock, blued finish, black synthetic AR-15 style pistol-grip stock and pistol grip pump fore end, 18.5" barrel length, heat shield, chambered for 2 ¾” and 3”, 28.5” overall length, cylinder bore choke, 5 round internal capacity magazine, thumb safety, pistol-grip safety, carry-handle front sight and adjustable peep rear sight. Rugged built-in shell deflector. Condition grades at 90+%. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Military, Police, Law Enforcement, Tactical, Security, Special Purpose, 12Ga, 12 Gauge, 00Buck, 00Buckshot, 00 Buck, 00 Buckshot, Rifled Slug, Slug E2387 Mossberg Model 500 Bullpup in 12 GA Serial Number K690103 Pump Action Shotgun Z12 SWW

287 - Gun Browning Hi-Power in 9MM Semi Auto Pistol Browning Model Hi-Power in 9MM Semi-Automatic Pistol (ECL). This is a very nice Browning Hi-Power single-action/semi-auto pistol manufactured in 2001. Chambered for the 9mm Parabellum, this pistol's most striking feature is the factory matte black finish. The barrel is 4-21/32” and the slide is a durable black epoxy finish while the barrel is factory finished stainless steel. The wrap-around rubber Signature Model grips are also factory installed. It has the elongated ambidextrous safety levers and luminous fixed sights with front and back both dovetailed to the slide. It comes in the original factory box with owner's manual and miscellaneous paperwork. There are (2) standard 13-round magazines included. Condition is Unfired in Box with papers. From the internet: “Hi Power. Take a true classic to the range. When it was introduced early in the 20th century, the Browning Hi Power 9mm pistol was a revelation. It offered the perfect balance of handling, size and firepower, with an impressive 13-round magazine capacity. Over the years, the Hi Power has aged gracefully and continues to have a loyal following among those “in the know.” Whether you are a novice or a seasoned shooter, you will appreciate the fine craftsmanship and function of these classic pistols, the sure heft of the machined steel frame and slide, and their natural point-ability. Even with the double-column magazine, the grip is narrow to neatly accommodate nearly every hand size, and the single-action trigger provides a smooth, consistent pull and is as reliable, accurate and easy to shoot as ever. Sure, there are many other full-size 9mm pistols on the market that are made to meet many different requirements. But in the end, every true firearm enthusiast should have a Hi Power in their collection. Having and shooting the best just means something.” Tag Words: Firearm, Military, Law Enforcement, 9MM, 9 MM, 9 Luger, 9x19 MM, 9x19MM, 9 MM Para, 9MM Parabellum, 9 Para, 9Para, 9Parabellum E2278 Browning Model Hi-Power in 9MM Serial Number 245NM13085 Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

288 - Awards (8) Vintage Law Enforcement Badges If Elvis can collect badges, well so can you with this fabulous lot of (8) vintage law enforcement badges. All are in very good to excellent condition and includes such agencies as Pennsylvania Waterways Patrol; Arizona Highway Patrol; Virginia State Police Trooper; Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol; Los Angeles Police Officer; El Paso County Sheriff’s Posse; Milwaukee Police; and San Francisco Police Inspector. Used. Tag Words: Memorabilia, Law Enforcement, Police, Sheriff, Accessories, Insignia, Medal, Badge, Regalia, Uniform, Decorations, Accouterments ZB8950 288 SWW

289 - Gun Colt MK IV Gov’t Series 70 in 9mm SA Pistol Beautiful Colt MK IV Government Series 70 in 9mm caliber Semi-Auto Pistol (XLL) was manufactured in 1972. Features single action, 5” blued barrel, (2) 7 rd. capacity magazines, low profile sights, spur hammer, standard safety lock, grip safety, short steel trigger, and checkered Rosewood grips. This would make an excellent addition to a Colt or any collector. Condition grades at 90%. Used. From the internet: “The legacy of the Colt Government Model is well known. From the battlefields of Normandy, to the jungles of Vietnam, this combat proven firearm has tirelessly served our Armed Forces for more than a century. This pistol features the legendary Series 70 firing system, making it a faithful reproduction to Government Models manufactured prior to World War II. This pistol also features arched steel mainspring housing and a short steel trigger. A standard safety lock, standard grip safety and spur hammer complete this authentic throwback to Colt semi-automatics of days gone by.” Tag Words: Firearm, 1911, Collectible, 9MM, 9x19 MM, 9x19MM, 9 MM Para, 9MM Parabellum, 9 Para, 9Para, 9Parabellum, 9mm Luger, 9mmLuger E2383 Colt Model Gov’t MK IV Series 70 in 9mm Serial Number 70L02297 Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

290 - Gun Winchester 1890 in 22 S Slide Action Rifle Vintage Winchester Model 1890 in 22 Short Slide Action Rifle was manufactured in 1912 and features slide (pump) action, top ejection and an 18 rd. tube magazine. Other features include blued finish, straight walnut stock & ribbed pump, 24” Octagonal barrel, adjustable rear semi buckhorn sight, fixed blade front sight, take-down screw, and steel butt plate. Condition grades at 85+%. This is a very nice rifle for its age. Used. From the internet, “The Winchester Model 1890 is a slide-action repeating rifle produced by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company in the late 19th and early 20th century. The Model 1890 would prove to be the most successful repeating rim fire rifle for general all around shooting ever made by Winchester. Approximately 849,000 Model 1890 rifles were produced between 1890 and 1932, after which the Model 1890 was replaced by the Winchester Model 62 rifle. For many years, the Model 1890 was considered to be the standard for use in shooting galleries, hence its nickname of "gallery gun." The Model 1890 was a slide action, top ejecting rifle with an 18 inch magazine tube under the barrel. It had a 24 inch octagonal barrel, a plain walnut stock, and an overall weight of approximately 6 lbs. Calibers for the rifle include .22 Short, .22 Long, .22 Long Rifle, .22 Winchester Rimfire. The Model 1890 will only fire the round specific to that gun (e.g. a Model 1890 stamped ".22 Short" on the barrel will not fire .22 Long, .22 Long Rifle, or .22 WRF; despite there being other 1890's chambered in those calibers). The .22 Long Rifle version was added in 1919. Pistol grip stocks were available on later rifles.” Tag Words: Firearm, Target, Plinking, Hunting, 22S, .22 S, .22S, 22 Short, .22 Short D8628 Winchester Model 1890 in 22 S Serial Number 460967A Slide Action Rifle ZB1241 SWW

291 - Award Lot of (10) 1930’s Nazi Memorabilia This is a hard to find lot of (10) 1930’s era German Nazi memorabilia items that includes pins, badges, awards and more. Items are not individually identified by type or composition. Tag Words: Militaria, Memorabilia, Europe, German, Accessories, Insignia, Medal, Badge, Regalia, Uniform, Decorations, Accouterments ZB8950 291 SWW

292 - Gun Colt Single Shot in 22 Short Derringer Nice Colt Model Single Shot in 22 Short (Only) Single Shot Derringer features side-pivoting Thuer action, gold finish, rosewood grips, 2 3/8 " barrel, 5" overall length, front blade sight, and spur trigger. This derringer will complete an old west / gambler costume, and provide some plinking fun at the same time. Condition grades at 95%. Used in holster. Tag Word: Firearm, Collectible, Historic, Bicycle Gun, 22S, .22 S, .22S, 22 Short, .22Short, .22 Short D9054 Colt Model Single Shot in 22 Short Serial Number 12649D Single Action Revolver ZB7896 SWW

293 - Firearm Italian 1858 Remington Army in 44 Cal Revo This Italian made reproduction Black Powder Percussion Revolver in .44 Cal Revolver is styled after the Remington 1858 Army Revolver and features blued finish with brass frame; black laminate grips w/ brass trigger guard; 7" blued octagonal barrel; 13.5" overall length; and front blade sight. Also features a 6 shot capacity cylinder, loading lever; and bronze type frame. Used. SN: D96653 BLACK POWDER – NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Word: Gun, INTDES, Prop, Sport Shooting, Hunting ZB7896 293 SWW

294 - Gun High Standard 107 Military in 22LR SA Pistol Vintage High Standard Model 107 Military (Supermatic Citation) in .22 LR Semi Auto Pistol (ELL) was manufactured in 1968 and features Single Action; blued finish; barrel takedown button in front of trigger guard; checkered hardwood grips; 5.5" round barrel; 9.5" overall length; (1) 10 round magazine included; front blade and rear notched adjustable sights; serrated slide; serrated trigger; operational safety; and pull-out magazine release. This pistol will make a nice addition to your High Standard collection, or it can be used effectively as a target pistol. Condition grades at 90+%. Used. Tag words: Firearm, target, competition, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle E2365 High Standard Model 107 Military in 22LR Serial Number 1996242 Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

295 - Firearm Nepal Snider P-1864 Breech-Loading Rifle This 1860’s era Nepalese Enfield-Snider Model P-1864 Breech-Loading Long Rifle in .577 Snider caliber was part of the massive shipment of antique firearms from the Royal Nepalese Armory in the Lagan Silekhana Palace. Rifle features 36.5” barrel with 3 barrel bands; 55” overall length; side-hinged breechblock; receiver assembly; plunger rod; fixed blade front & adjustable sliding ramp rear sights; bronze accoutrements, trigger guard tang and butt-plate; and sling swivels with leather sling attached. ANTIQUE - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “Jacob Snider, an American from New York, developed the breech loading system for the P-1853 Enfield, the most prolific imported Percussion rifle in use by both the North and South during the U.S. Civil War. When the British Board of Ordnance appointed a Select Committee in 1864, the Snider system was swiftly adopted with the first breech loaders being issued in 1865 to British forces. This rifle was assembled in the kingdom of Nepal in the latter 1870s and 1880s; at that time the Nepalese were very adept gun makers and would use whatever good gun parts were available, therefore on some Snider rifles it is not uncommon to find dates in the early 1850s and even the 1840s; meaning that the locks were adapted from P-1840 muskets also known as East India Company Pattern Muskets. Improved in 1867 by the use of Colonel Boxer's .577 Snider center fire brass bodied cartridge, the rifle was used very effectively in the Abyssinian Campaign of 1868. The system utilized a hinged breech block with an internal firing pin assembly that permitted the use of a self-contained cartridge of lead bullet in cardboard, and, after 1867, brass casing. This highly efficient conversion system prolonged the active life of the P-1853 rifles up until 1871 when the Martini System was adopted. Snider rifles saw continued use throughout the Empire but were officially obsoleted by the late 1880s. The Snider was the subject of substantial imitation, in both approved and questionable forms, including the Nepalese Snider, which was a nearly exact copy, the Dutch Snider, Danish Naval Snider, and the "unauthorized" adaptations of the French Tabatière and Russian Krnka. The Snider–Enfield used a new type of metal-cased cartridge called a Boxer cartridge after its designer. The breech block housed a diagonally downward sloping firing pin struck with a front-action lock mounted hammer. To operate the weapon, the rifleman cocked the hammer, flipped the block out of the receiver to the right by grasping the left mounted breech block lever, and then pulled the block back to extract the spent case. There was no ejector, so the firer lifted the case out or, more usually, turned the rifle upside-down to allow the case to drop out. (Perhaps even more usually, the firer then shook the weapon vigorously to dislodge hot cartridges or those fouled by dust or grime.)” Tag words: Gun, Continental, Replica, Sport Shooting, Hunting, Black Powder, Percussion, Ball & Cap ZC1955 295 SWW

296 - Gun Sig Sauer 556R in 7.62x39 Semi Auto Rifle Sig Sauer Model 556R in 7.62x39mm Semi Auto Rifle (CLL) with a Sig Sauer STS-081 Tactical Scope attached. The Sig 556R is an AR-15 style rifle that uses a full length gas piston operating system with a two-position gas valve. Other features include black matte finish; folding Swiss stock; ergonomic black polymer handguard; AR-15 type 30 rd. magazine included; charging handle; ambidextrous safety selector; alloy trigger housing; Picatinny rail upper receiver; 17" Nitride treated barrel w/ phosphate finish; M16A2 Type flash suppressor; 36.25” overall length (26” w/folded stock); 8 lbs. 2 oz. weight; sling swivels, and black thermoplastic pistol grip. Condition grades at 95%+. Used in case with papers. From the internet, “THE LEGEND CONTINUES, The legendary performance and accuracy of the Swiss-built SG 550 tactical rifle is found in every SIG556 Classic. The Classic is a semi-automatic rifle with the silhouette that harkens back to the original military-only 550 model. Featuring a full length gas piston operating system with a 2-position gas valve, the rifle will keep operating even when the environmental conditions deteriorate. The Classic features the original Swiss folding stock, as well as a polymer ergonomic forend. The Classic’s sleek profile and compact length is enhanced by a 17’’ barrel. SIG SAUER shaved a pound off the Classic model by incorporating the redesigned alloy trigger housing, AR style magazine and flash suppressor. The SIG 556 Classic brings back the look and feel of one of the world’s most sought after military rifles but on a platform available for law enforcement and responsible citizens.” Tag Words: Firearm, M4, Tactical, Law Enforcement, Military Operations, AR15, AR-15, Military, Prepper, Prepping, 7.62x39MM, 7.62 x 39 MM, 7.62 x 39MM E2375 Sig Sauer 556R in 7.62x39mm Serial Number 28A002335 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

297 - Gun S&W K38 in 38 SPL Revolver This is a Post-WWII era 1951 Smith & Wesson Model K38 (5 Screw) in .38 SPL Revolver and features ornate engravings on frame & cylinder; stag horn grips; and the post war round barrel. This K38 is Single/Double Action, 4” blued steel barrel,9.75” overall length, 6 round cylinder, front blade & adjustable v-notch rear sights, medium K-style steel frame with high-speed (or fish hook) serrated hammer, and blued steel cylinder. Made in the U.S.A. This is an excellent well maintained weapon. Condition grades at 90% for its age. Used. Tag Word: Firearm, medium frame, K-frame, CCW, service, lightweight, 38SPL, .38 SPL, .38SPL, 38 Special .38 Special E2174 Smith & Wesson Model K38 in .38 SPL Serial Number K118440 Revolver Z12 SWW

298 - Gun Miroku Charles Daly in 20 Ga O/U Shotgun Made in Japan Miroku Model Charles Daly in 20 Gauge Break Action Over/Under Shotgun (XCL) features 28" polished blue ventilated rib barrels, 3" chamber, single action selective gold-plate trigger, hammer ejectors, top-tang barrel selector/safety, internal hammer and coil springs, gloss finish walnut stock and forearm with checkered pattern, ventilated rubber recoil pad, and bead front sight. Sleek receiver with elaborate engraving marks this firearm as a higher grade model. Receiver marked, “BC Miroku” & barrel marked, “Charles Daly”. Condition grades at 90+% with normal wear and use. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Skeet, Clay pigeon, Trap shooting, 20GA, 20 Gauge, 20Gauge E2379 Miroku Model Charles Daly in 20 Ga Serial Number 366139 O/U Shotgun Z12 SWW

299 - Military Medals Assortment of 4 WWI The Great War of Civilization with ribbon, For Service WWI Medal issued from New York with ribbon, A For Service Medal Presented by the People of Hornell District to their loyal fighting sons and a 1917-1919 Allegany County N.Y. For Service Medal. ZC1955 DT

300 - Gun Arisaka Type 99 in 7.7 Jap Bolt Action Rifle Arisaka Model Type 99 in 7.7 Jap caliber Bolt Action Rifle is Japanese Imperial Army Surplus and was manufactured from 1939 to 1945. Markings on the receiver include defaced Japanese Imperial Chrysanthemum stamp and proof mark. It is chambered in 7.7x58mm. This model features round receiver, 26” barrel, and straight bolt, top-loading 5 rd. magazine, semi-hooded ‘shark-fin’ front & adjustable incremental folding rear sights, two barrel bands, sling swivels, hardwood stock and forearm, and wood butt-plate. Overall length of 44”. Condition grades at 75%. Used. From internet: “The Type 99 rifle Arisaka or Type 99 short rifle was a bolt-action rifle of the Arisaka design used by the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II. Though the Arisaka rifle has never been exported to the USA in great numbers, there are many available—most having been brought home by Marines and soldiers returning from the Pacific theater. In many cases, the imperial chrysanthemum atop the receiver has been defaced by the surrendering Japanese in order to preserve the Emperor's honor: the mark indicated that the rifle was the Emperor's personal property. Rifles with an intact chrysanthemum often bring a premium on the collector market, sometimes almost double the price for a like model defaced rifle. Many have been rechambered to more common calibers, due to the relative scarcity of factory 7.7×58 Arisaka, unlike other rifles of the period, it is particularly suitable because of its robust action." Tag Words: Firearm, Military, Japan, Imperial, WWII, Surplus, Collectable, 7.7x58, 7.7x58MM, 7.7 x 58 MM, 7.7 x 58 E2216 Arisaka Model Type 99 in 7.7 Jap Caliber Serial Number 81822 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

301 - Gun Walther KKJ in 22 LR Bolt Action Rifle Walther Model KKJ Mannlicher in .22 LR caliber Bolt Action Rifle (MCL) is a bolt-action target rifle that was manufactured in Germany in 1961. Rifle features a one-piece smooth Mannlicher-style wood stock and forearm; blued steel barrel and receiver; 20" barrel; 39.5" overall length; thumb safety; ramp front & adjustable rear sights; sling swivels; and hard rubber butt-plate. There is a Weaver K15-1 rifle scope attached Condition grades at 85%. Used. Tag Word: Firearm, Target, Hunting, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle E2384 Walther Model KKJ in 22 LR Serial Number 45854 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

302 - Antique Twigg O/U Black Powder Flintlock Pistol Antique John Fox Twigg of London, England Black Powder Over/Under Flint Box Lock Pistol in an unknown caliber (possibly .44 cal) and features white finish; Mahogany J-shaped handle; (2) 2.25” round barrels; 7-1/8" overall length; left side lever to select barrel; double flintlock hammers; and single trigger. Frame marked TWIGG on left side and LONDON on right side. A good example of a late 1700’s/early 1800’s box lock flint pocket size pistol. Condition is 65%. Used. ANTIQUE BLACK POWDER – NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Word: Gun, Pirate, Replica, INTDES, Prop, Sport Shooting, Hunting Z12 302 SWW

303 - Firearm Sharps 1863 in 50 Lever Action Carbine This Sharps New Model 1863 in .50-70 caliber Percussion Breech-Loading Saddle-Ring Carbine (ALL) is a post-Civil War era conversion to the .50-70 Govt metallic cartridge. This Sharps 1863 “Saddle-Ring” Carbine is very lightly marked, “C. SHARPS PAT – SEPT 12th 1848”; while the right side is marked, “C. SHARPS PAT – OCT 5th 1852”. The barrel top is marked, “NEW MODEL 1863”. Carbine features 22” round barrel; 39” overall length; single barrel band and breechblock. The carbine has a half-length walnut stock, with a sling bar and ring on the flat, opposite the lock, to facilitate carry by cavalry. The lock, breech and lever mechanism are all case hardened, and the barrel is blued. The trigger guard, butt plate and barrel band are steel; tang is pre-drilled for a Creedmoor sight with 2 ¼” base; and has flip up adjustable ladder rear sight & an iron front sight with a “shark fin” profile is mounted on top of the barrel about an inch from the muzzle. SN: C,5764 ANTIQUE - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “The 1863 carbine version was very popular with the cavalry of both the Union and Confederate armies and was issued in much larger numbers than other carbines of the war; it was top in production in front of the Spencer or Burnside carbine. The falling block action lent itself to conversion to the new metallic cartridges developed in the late 1860s, and many of these converted carbines in .50-70 Government were used during the Indian Wars in the decades immediately following the Civil War. Unlike the Sharps rifle, the carbine was very popular and almost 90,000 were produced. By 1863, it was the most common weapon carried by Union cavalry regiments, although in 1864 many were replaced by 7-shot Spencer carbines. Some Sharps clones were produced by the Confederates in Richmond. Quality was generally poorer and they normally used brass fittings instead of iron. As most of these carbines were issued and in the field at the beginning of the Civil War, a high condition example is an extremely rare and highly prized find for the advanced US Civil War carbine collector.” Tag Words: Gun, Vintage, Civil War, Wild West, .50-70, 50-70 Government, .50-70 Government , 50-70 Govt, .50-70 Govt Z12 303 SWW

304 - Badge Vintage City of Boston Special Police Badge This is a vintage City of Boston Special Police Officer Badge that is made of metal shaped as a shield with “Special Police 511 City of Boston Expires Mar. 31. 1963” on front; and a pin clasp on the back. Badge is in very good to excellent condition. Used. Tag Words: Memorabilia, Law Enforcement, Police, Sheriff, Accessories, Insignia, Medal, Badge, Regalia, Uniform, Decorations, Accouterments ZB8950 304 SWW

305 - Gun Alpine M1A in 7.62 Semi-Auto Rifle This military surplus US Rifle Model M1A in 7.62 NATO (.308 Win) caliber Semi-Auto Rifle was remanufactured by Alpine in the late 1960’s -70’s. Features blued steel barrel and receiver, 21” barrel; smooth one-piece pistol-grip type C walnut stock & forearm upper, semi-hooded blade front sight and adjustable peep-hole rear sight, sling swivels with leather sling, and steel butt plate. Includes (1) 10 rd. magazine. Condition grades at 90%, wear consistent with age, the action is excellent. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, hunting, elk, moose, mule deer, sport, surplus, Army, US Army, . 308 Win, 308 Winchester, .308, .308 Win, .308 Winchester, 308Win, .308Win, 7.62x51 MM, 7.62x51MM, 7.62 x 51 MM, 7.62 Ball, 7.62 NATO C2205 Alpine Model M1A in 7.62 Serial Number 1894957 Semi-Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

306 - Firearm 10 lbs. of Assorted Handgun Brass Nice lot of approximately 10 lbs. of assorted handgun brass casings for reloads, some new. Calibers include .25 ACP (new Federal); .32 ACP (new Remington primed); .38 S&W (new Starline); .380 ACP (used); .380 ACP (used sized & primed); .380 ACP (new primed); .38 SPL (used); and 10mm (used). Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, 25ACP, .25 ACP, .25ACP,25 Auto, .25Auto, .25 Auto, .25Auto, 25 Automatic Colt Pistol, .25 Automatic Colt Pistol, 6.35x16SR, 6.35 x 16 SR, 32ACP, .32 ACP, .32ACP,32 Auto, .32Auto, .32 Auto, .32Auto, 32 Automatic Colt Pistol, .32 Automatic Colt Pistol, 7.65x17, 7.65 x 17, 38S&W, .38 S&W, .38S&W, 38 SW, 38SW, .38 SW, .38SW, 38 Smith & Wesson, .38 Smith & Wesson, 38Smith & Wesson, .38Smith & Wesson, 380ACP, .380 ACP, .380ACP, 380 Auto, 380Auto, .380 Auto, .380Auto, 380 Automatic Colt Pistol, .380 Automatic Colt Pistol, 9 MM Kurtz. 9MM Kurtz, 9x17 MM, 9x17 Browning Short, 9 x 17 Browning Short, 38SPL, .38 SPL, .38SPL, 38 Special .38 Special, 10MM, 10 MM Auto, 10MM Auto, 10 MM Automatic, 10MM Automatic, 10x25 MM, 10x25MM, 10 x 25 MM, 10 x 25MM ZB7896 306 SWW

307 - Gun Winchester 52 in 22 LR Bolt Action Rifle This vintage Winchester Model 52 in 22 LR Bolt Action Rifle was manufactured in 1934 and features 28” tapered barrel; fully hooded post front & adjustable flip-up rear sights; serrated trigger; forged-billet steel receiver; smooth one-piece hardwood stock & forearm; sling swivels and steel butt-plate. This is a single shot target rifle chambered for 22 LR. There is a bronze placard of “J.E. Williams” on the right side of forearm. A very nice target rifle. The gun’s condition grades at 80% with wear consistent with age. Used. From the internet, “The Winchester Model 52 was a bolt-action .22-caliber target rifle introduced by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company in 1920. For many years it was the premier small bore match rifle in the United States, if not the world. Known as the "King of the .22's," the Model 52 has been called by Field & Stream one of "the 50 best guns ever made" and by Winchester historian Herbert Houze "perfection in design." The Model 52 was a non-rotating, rear-locked bolt-action design. The Model D-derived receiver was cylindrical, bored and machined from a forged billet, and of substantial thickness. The bolt's dual locking lugs were part of the rotating bolt-handle collar, which provided a camming action to seal the breech on closing and extract the spent case on opening. The bolt itself was undercut for the forward third of its length and rode on polished flats; a projecting lug at the front edge caught the top cartridge in the magazine. The bolt face was rebated so as to surround the case rim, and was chamfered to fit the recessed receiver ring. Dual-opposed sprung claw extractors were inlet into the sides of the bolt, providing controlled cartridge feed. A fixed blade-type ejector was located at the rear of the loading platform. The original Johnson trigger mechanism, a two-stage or compound-motion military type derived, again, from his Model D, made use of a horizontal sear pivoted from the front; the trigger fit vertically through a pinned mortise in the sear and was shaped at the top so as to cam against the underside of the bolt and depress the assembly, releasing the firing pin; it was a cock-on-closing design. The one-piece striker terminated in a Springfield-like knurled cocking-piece. The wing safety was mounted on the left side of the receiver; when engaged it physically blocked the cocking-piece and cammed it slightly rearward, disengaging the trigger linkage.” Tag Words: Firearm, hunting, target, sport, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle, D9062 Winchester Model 52 in 22 LR Serial Number 27536 Bolt Action Rifle ZB9083 SWW

308 - 1815 Hanover Army Waterloo Victory Medal A very rare 1815 Hanover Army Waterloo Victory Medal in good condition with a few dings and handling marks. It is named and the edge is inscribed " SOLDAT HEINR. WESTERHOLD LANDWEHR BAT. OSNABRUECK. From The Internet: Imperial Germany - Hanover : Commemorative medal for the battle of Wateroo in 1815. Initial version of the medal signed W. Wyon ( British medalist). The battle of Waterloo ended the Napoleonic Wars and sealed the fate of the French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. The medal was instituted by George, the Prince Regent in December 1817, and was awarded to every soldier who was present in the Hanoverian army at the Battle of Waterloo. The Hanoverian troops took part in the Battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, under the command of General Charles Alten. Only 23.000 medals were issued. ZC1955 DT

309 - Medal Lot of (30) Assorted US Military Medals This is a lot of (30) US Military medals. There are some WWII era medal/pins as well as other conflicts. Each medal is in its own original presentation box and in great condition. Includes Bronze Star Medal; Purple Heart; Air Medal; Campaign & Service Medals; Good Conduct Medals and more. Tag Words: Militaria, Memorabilia, World War 2, WW2, WW 2, WW II, Accessories, Insignia, Medal, Badge, Regalia, Uniform, Decorations, Accouterments ZB8950 309 SWW

310 - Gun H&R M1 Garand in 30.06 Semi-Auto Rifle US Army surplus Harrington & Richardson Arms Co. Model M1 Garand in 30.06 caliber Semi-Auto Rifle was manufactured in 1955, and features blued steel barrel and receiver, 24” barrel, smooth one-piece pistol-grip type C walnut stock, blade front sight and adjustable rear sight, three sling swivels (center one missing), and steel butt plate. Condition grades at 90%, with the stock being refinished; the action is excellent. Used. From the internet, “The M1 Garand (officially designated as U. S. rifle, caliber .30, M1, later simply called Rifle, Caliber .30, M1, also abbreviated as US Rifle, Cal.30, M1) is a semi-automatic rifle chambered for the .30-06 Springfield rifle cartridge. It was the first standard-issue semi-automatic rifle. Called "the greatest battle implement ever devised" by General George S. Patton, the Garand officially replaced the bolt-action M1903 Springfield as the standard service rifle of the United States Armed Forces in 1936 (although the switch was not instantaneous) and was subsequently replaced by the selective-fire M14, starting in 1957. During World War II, the M1 gave U.S. forces a distinct advantage in firefights against their Axis enemies, as their standard-issue rifles were more effective than the Axis' slower-firing bolt-action rifles.” Tag Words: Firearm, hunting, elk, moose, mule deer, sport, surplus, Army, US Army, .30-06, 30-06 Springfield, .30-06 Springfield D8637 H&R Model M1 Garand in 30.06 Serial Number 5613923 Semi-Auto Rifle ZB1241 SWW

311 - Lot of (3) Assorted SpyderCo Folding Knives This is a great lot with (3) SpyderCo brand Folding Knives. Includes (1) 2003 SpyderCo Dodo VG-10 Lock Blade Folding Knife with single-edge blade; (1) 1989 SpyderCo G-2 Stainless Lock-Back Folding Knife with serrated blade; and (1) 1994 SpyderCo G-2 Stainless HAwk Lock-Back Folding Knife with serrated blade. From the internet, “Since starting Spyderco we've been told our knives are different, peculiar, even out there. All true. Thinking beyond established knife industry barriers allowed us to introduce new and radical innovations to the knife culture including: One-hand opening, serrations on a folder and a clip to attach a knife to a pocket. We didn't go into business to rake in a mountain of dough we're here for more selfish reasons- indulging our passion for creating knives. Spyderco is definitely out of the norm in the knife industry in our dedication to researching and developing fresh, improved and better performing materials all with function and reliability being key. Our recognizable appearance is a result of designing ergonomic functional tools rather than applying lipstick and nylons to a pocketknife. We may look curious, homely, whatever, but we'll never be called unusable or undependable. Making knives that consistently deliver reliable high-performance requires an ongoing commitment to testing. In our million-dollar testing facility we examine edge retention with a CATRA machine, look for rust development with Q-FOG, check the force needed to open and close a knife. We also repeatedly test for stress, wear, optimal heat-treating and actively search for higher quality, performance enhancing steels and materials. As a customer you probably don't think about this, or much care, but it allows us to put forth a promise. When you purchase a Spyderco you are buying a high-quality reliable cutting tool designed and manufactured for peak performance and ergonomic comfort. Those Who Know Carry Spyderco.” Tag Words: weapon, Knife, Switchblade, folding, defense, tactical, ZB8812 311 SWW

312 - Gun Pair of Butler Single Shot 22 S Derringers This lot contains (2) Butler Model Single Shot in .22 Short caliber Derringers (UC) in a lovely red felt-lined wood case. Both guns features side-pivoting Thuer action, nickel finish, Mother-of-Pearl & Wood grips, 2 3/8 " barrel, 5" overall length, front blade sight, and spur trigger. These derringers will complete an old west / gambler costume, and provide some plinking fun at the same time without the expense of a Colt. Condition grades at 95%. Used. Tag Word: Firearm, Collectible, Historic, Bicycle Gun, 22S, .22 S, .22S, 22 Short, .22Short, .22 Short D9119/D9120 Butler Model Single Shot in 22 Short Serial Numbers B62491/B62492 Single Action Derringer Z12 SWW

313 - Gun Budischowsky TP70 in 22 LR Semi Auto Pistol Budischowsky Model TP70 in .22 LR Semi Auto Pistol (XEC) was introduced as a copy of the Korriphila TP 70 in 1973. This is a vest pocket size, well-made pistol of all stainless steel construction that was made by Norton Armament Corporation, also known as American Arms TP. The TP70 features Stainless steel slide and frame, 6-round magazine, 2.6 inch barrel, fixed sights. Thumb safety de-cocks hammer and disconnects trigger. Very high quality pistol compared to other small 25s. Bore is clean and looks great; nice pistol for ankle, pocket or purse. Like new in box with papers. Tag Words: Firearm, Compact, Collectible, Bicycle Gun, Belly Gun, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle D5756 Budischowsky Model TP70 in 22 LR Serial Number 077-P Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

314 - Bayonet (2) WWII German Bayonets w/ Scabbard This is a great lot with (1) WWII era German Model 1884/98 (Third Pattern) Knife Bayonet with metal scabbard used with the German Mauser Kar 98K Rifle features a 9.75” single edge blade; 15” overall length. The lug release works and the blade is in very nice condition - shows little use; also has a ‘birds head’ pommel and brown Bakelite grip. The fullered steel blade is stamped on the Ricasso with “C. Pack & S” makers mark and the SN “6870 J”. The handle shows slight wear. The metal scabbard is in good condition for its age (serial numbers do not match) and the leather frog is in very good condition; and (1) WWII era German K98 Mauser military bayonet with metal scabbard features a 253mm (10”) blade with 385mm (15.25”) overall length. The blade is in nice condition and shows very little oxidation; the Ricasso is marked, “S/155G” and “8815 n”. The handle shows some weathering and light pitting. The scabbard is nice with one small ding; the paint is worn on some parts. Serial numbers on bayonet and scabbard do not match. Leather bayonet frog is in good condition. These are a perfect addition for any military collector or someone who collects military edge weapons. From the internet: “The M1884/98 III Knife bayonet for use with the 8 mm. Mauser Kar 98K rifle of the Second World War. This bayonet will also mount to most other Mauser bolt-action rifles that were based on the M1898.” From the internet: “The first knife bayonet was introduced for the first German rifle with a magazine Rifle M1871/84. The knife-bayonet, which had been adopted in January 1884, was named M71/84. This bayonet was one of the very first adopted knife bayonets in the world. Another modification of the S84/98 bayonet, designated as the K98 bayonet, began production in 1934. Mass production started in 1936. The K98 bayonet was a standard issue item and was accompanied by a bayonet frog to be worn on the reverse left side of the load carrying waist belt. The K98 bayonet remained the standard issue bayonet through-out the war with minor manufacturing variations.” Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Authentic, WWII, WW2, World War II, Japan, Rising Sun, Germany, Vintage ZB8950 314 SWW

315 - Gun Winchester 94 in 30 WCF Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 94 in .30 WCF caliber Lever Action Rifle was manufactured in 1921 and features blued steel finish, straight grip smooth Walnut stock & forearm, 20” Nickel Steel barrel, ramp front & buck-horn adjustable rear sight. This is a beautiful Model 94 in a great caliber. Grades at 85+% condition wear consistent with age. Used. From the internet, “The Winchester Model 1894 rifle (also known as the Winchester 94 or Win 94) is a lever-action repeating rifle that became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles. It was designed by John Browning in 1894 and originally chambered to fire two metallic black powder cartridges, the .32-40 Winchester and .38-55 Winchester. It was the first rifle to chamber the smokeless powder round, the .30 WCF (Winchester Center Fire, in time becoming known as the .30-30). The Model 1894 has been referred to as the "ultimate lever-action design" by firearms historians such as R. L. Wilson and Hal Herring. The Model 1894 is the rifle credited with the name "Winchester" being used to refer to all rifles of this type and was the first commercial sporting rifle to sell over 7,000,000 units.” Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Guide, Hi-power, 30WCF, .30WCF, 30 WCF, .30 WCF, .30 Win CF, .30WinCF, 30 Winchester Center Fire, .30 Winchester CF D8950 Winchester Model 94 in 30 WCF Serial Number 906645 Lever Action Rifle ZB9089 SWW

316 - Gun S&W Model 17-4 in 22 LR Revolver Smith & Wesson Model 17-4 in .22 LR Revolver (XLL) features Single/Double Action, 8-3/8” blued steel barrel, 14.5” overall length, 6 round cylinder, fixed ramp front & adjustable v-notch rear sights, medium K-style steel frame with high-speed (or fish hook) serrated hammer, blued steel cylinder, and checkered wood S&W grips. Perfect for home protection or target/ plinking. Made in the U.S.A. Condition grades at 95%. Used. From the internet, “The Smith & Wesson Model 17 is a six-shot double-action revolver chambered for .22 LR. It is built on Smith & Wesson's medium-sized K-frame. Smith & Wesson's Models 16 and 17 have their origins with the company's Pre-World War 2 Hand Ejector series in the 1930s. These two revolver models debuted as companion pieces known as the Models K-32 and K-22 after World War 2. The K-32 Masterpiece (Model 16) debuted in 1935 and was chambered in .32 S&W Long caliber. Production ceased during World War 2 and the revolver was reintroduced in 1947 along with the K-22 Masterpiece (Model 17) in .22 Long Rifle caliber. The Model 17 has an adjustable rear sight and an un-pinned, fixed ramp or Partridge style front sight. It was designed as a target revolver and could be ordered from S&W with "The Three T's”: Target Trigger, Target Hammer and Target Grips. Standard barrel lengths were 4", 6" and 8 3/8". The 4" model 17-6 is infrequently seen, as S&W produced the almost identical, 4" barreled, Model 18. The Model 18 was a Model 17 copy- except the 4" barrel was tapered where the Model 17 4" barrel was not.” Tag Word: Firearm, medium frame, K-frame, CCW, service, lightweight, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle E2380 Smith & Wesson Model 17-4 in .22 LR Serial Number 2GK5896 Revolver Z12 SWW

317 - Firearm Reid Knuckleduster Derringer Produced circa 1870-1882 this antique derringer features a gold-plate brass finish; frame is decorated with scrolls, bursts, ad punch dot engraving. Other features include 1.75” cylinder barrel; serrated cocking hammer; and 5-shot unfluted cylinder. ANTIQUE – NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Word: Gun, Collectible, Historic, Bicycle Gun ZB7896 317 SWW

318 - Firearm Italian 1860 Colt Army in 44 Cal Revolver This F. Llipietta Italian made reproduction Black Powder Percussion Revolver in .44 Cal Revolver is styled after the Colt 1860 Army Revolver and features blued finish with brass frame; black laminate grips w/ brass trigger guard; 7" blued octagonal barrel; 13.5" overall length; and front blade sight. Also features a 6 shot capacity etched cylinder, loading lever; and bronze type frame. Revolver is exhibited in a lovely black glass-top flip-lid red felt-lined display box with powder horn and key. Used. SN: 348098 BLACK POWDER – NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Word: Gun, INTDES, Prop, Sport Shooting, Hunting ZB7896 318 SWW

319 - Firearm Inert Bomb Shell Casing Mortar Round An inert practice bomb / shell casing / mortar round. Cigar shaped metal tube with stabilizing fins on bottom. It weighs 25 lbs. Painted green with no stenciling. Great decoration piece or for a collector. Measures 26" long and the fins are 6.5" diameter. See more inert bombs in lot #s 38, 136, 248, and 319. * Extra shipping charges will apply. Tag Words: Military surplus, WW1, WWII, militaria, ammunition, firearm, gun, tank ZB9074 MKL

320 - Firearm W&C Scott & Sons Percussion SxS Shotgun Antique W&C Scott & Sons of London Black Powder Side x Side Percussion Shotgun features “W.C. Scott & Son, Patentees, Dorset Place Pall Mall London – Fine Laminated Steel” stamped on the tape of the barrels and an engraved receiver. Other features include (2) round 32” side-by-side laminated steel barrels in 12 gauge; two exposed percussion hammers; dual triggers; checkered wood stock & forearm; steel butt plate; fixed bead front sight; and 48.5" overall length. Condition grades at 80%. Used. ANTIQUE BLACK POWDER - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Gun, Continental, Black Powder, Sport Shooting, Hunting Z12 320 SWW

321 - Cross of Honor of the German Mother Set of 3 Set of 3 Cross of Honor of the German Mother awards. 1st Class Order, Gold Cross: eligible mothers with eight or more children. 2nd Class Order, Silver Cross: eligible mothers with six to seven children 3rd Class Order, Bronze Cross: eligible mothers with four to five children Medals are in good condition. The Cross of Honor of the German Mother (German: Ehrenkreuz der Deutschen Mutter), referred to colloquially as the Mutterehrenkreuz (Mother’s Cross of Honor) or simply Mutterkreuz (Mother’s Cross), was a state decoration and civil order of merit conferred by the government of the German Reich to honor a Reichsdeutsche German mother for exceptional merit to the German nation. Eligibility later extended to include Volksdeutsche (ethnic German) mothers from, for example, Austria and Sudetenland, that had earlier been incorporated into the German Reich. The decoration was conferred from 1939 until 1945 in three classes of order, bronze, silver, and gold, to Reichsdeutsche mothers who exhibited probity, exemplary motherhood, and who conceived and raised at least four or more children in the role of a parent. ] A similar practice, that continues to this present day, was already established in France since 1920, by conferring the Médaille de la Famille française (Medal of the French Family), a tribute to the French mother who raised several children in an appropriate way. ZC1955 DT

322 - Gun Winchester 64 in 32 WS Lever Action Rifle A very nice early Winchester Model 64 in .32 Win Spl Lever Action Rifle. The rifle features a factory 24" blued steel barrel; ramp blade and adjustable leaf spring rear sights; case-hardened steel receiver; serrated hammer spur; brass diamond in left side stock; and crescent shaped steel butt-plate. Condition grades at a strong 95%. This rifle is a nice original ranch or cowboy rifle that is a must have for anyone who collects fine Winchesters. From the internet, “The Model 64 was introduced in the January 1933 catalog specifically as a replacement to the Model 55. As it was originally cataloged, it was available in the same 25-35 W.C.F., 30 W.C.F., and 32 W.S. cartridges as the Model 55. Like the Model 55, the Model 64 was never officially offered or cataloged in either the 32-40 or 38-55 cartridges, but there were a very small number of each that were made up through the year 1937. They are very rarely encountered, and many of them that are found today are fakes! Production of the Model 64 began in late 1932, and two variants were offered; (1) the standard Rifle, and (2) the Deer Rifle. Many collectors refer to the Deer Rifle as a “Deluxe”. Throughout its entire production, the Model 64 was serialized in the Model 94 serial number range. Production of the Model 64 ended in late 1957, with an estimated at 66,783 manufactured, but that estimate may be too low. In 1934, a 20-inch barrel was offered for both the standard Rifle and the Deer Rifle, with collectors commonly referring to them as “Carbines”. In 1937, the 219 Zipper was added to the production line. Other than different rear sight arrangements, very little else was offered for the Model 64.” Tag Words: Firearm, Vintage, Cowboy, Winchester, Wild West, 32WS, .32WS, .32WinSpl, 32 Win Spl, .32Win Spl, 32 Winchester Special, .32 Winchester Special, .32 WS, 32 WS D9167 Winchester Model 64 in 32 WS Caliber Serial Number L3903 Lever Action Rifle ZB1901 SWW

323 - Sterling Silver U.S. Combat Infantry Medals (4) Lot of 4 United States of America Combat Infantry Medals all made of Sterling Silver. All in nice condition. 3 are matching and one is a little different with a higher polish and thicker edge. ZC1955 DT

324 - Imperial US M6 Bayonet W/ Sheath Like New Vietnam Era Imperial United States of America Bayonet with Sheath. Condition grades as Very nice and appears unissued with just handling marks from inserting and removing from sheath. A must have for anyone who collects Bayonets or Military Items. ZC1955 DT

325 - Gun Mossberg 640KD Chuckster in 22 Mag Bolt Rifle Vintage Mossberg Model 640KD ‘Chuckster’ in 22 Mag Bolt Action Rifle with a JC Higgins Rifleman Senior rifle scope attached. The 640KD is a superior quality bolt action .22 Mag caliber rifle that features 24" polished blue barrel, 45” overall length, 5 rd. removable magazine, safety selector, one-piece hardwood stock and forearm, hard rubber butt-plate and sling swivels with a leather sling attached. Condition grades at 90%. Used. Tag Words: Gun, hunting, target, youth, vermin, sport, 22WMR, 22 WMR, .22WMR, .22 WMR, 22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, 22 Mag, .22Mag, .22 Mag D8987 Mossberg Model 640KD in 22 Mag Serial Number 1349963 Bolt Action Rifle ZB4101 SWW

326 - British Long Service & Good Conduct Medal British Long Service and Good Conduct Medal in very nice condition with very little handling marks. This is a named medal and is inscribed on the edge: 37720.MUSC : F.H. ASBURY R.G.H. Ribbon is short but intact. From Wikipedia: The Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal was instituted by King William IV in 1830. The medal remained in use for 100 years, until it was replaced by the Medal for Long Service and Good Conduct (Military) in 1930. During that time the reverse of the medal remained virtually unchanged, while the design of the obverse was altered during the reigns of Queen Victoria, King Edward VII and King George V. The obverse of the original medal showed a Trophy of Arms that incorporated a central shield bearing the Royal Coat of Arms, with the House of Hanover Shield in its centre. On the Queen Victoria version, introduced after her succession to the throne in 1837, the Hanover emblem was removed from the central shield. Upon the succession of King Edward VII to the throne in 1901, his effigy was placed on the medal's obverse, followed by the effigy of King George V in 1910. ZC1955 DT

327 - Antique Engraved Rim-Fire Revolver Antique Rim-Fire Revolver by unknown manufacturer and in an unknown caliber (possibly .38) with ornate engraving on the frame and barrel. Features Single Action, nickel finish, rosewood grips, 2.5 " round barrel, 7" overall length, front blade sight, and spur hammer & trigger. Condition grades at 40% with pitting, and oxidation spots – mechanics have not been checked. Used. ANTIQUE – NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Word: Gun, Collectible, Historic, Bicycle Gun Z12 327 SWW

328 - Gun H&K USP Elite in 45 ACP Semi Auto Pistol Nice H&K Model USP Elite in .45 ACP Semi-Auto Pistol (CCL) features Single/Double Action, 6.02” cold-forged barrel w/ polygon profile, 9.5” overall length, fixed front blade & adjustable LPA micrometer rear sights, black high strength glass fiber polyamide frame w/ steel inserts, target trigger w/ adjustable trigger stop, and 12+1 round capacity magazine (2) magazines included. Condition grades at 95+%. Used in box with papers, lock and spare magazine. From the internet: “Originally designed for the American market, the USP (Universal Self-loading Pistol) has found international acceptance as an accurate and ultra-reliable handgun. Features favored by U.S. law enforcement and military users provided much of the design criteria for the USP. The controls are uniquely American, influenced by such famous designs as the Government Model 1911 pistol. All USPs use a fiber-reinforced polymer frame stiffened by stainless steel inserts at areas subject to stress and friction. HK pioneered this use of polymer materials in the production of handguns more than 30 years ago with the development of the VP70Z and P9S pistols. The USP control lever, a combination safety and de-cocking lever, is frame mounted and quickly accessible, unlike the slide-mounted safeties common on many semi-automatic pistols. Using a modified Browning-type action with a special patented recoil reduction system, the USP recoil reduction system reduces recoil effects on pistol components and also lowers the recoil forces felt by the shooter. This same recoil reduction system has been tested and proven in the HK Mark 23 pistol developed for the U.S. Special Operations Command. The USP recoil reduction system is insensitive to ammunition types and requires no special adjustment or maintenance. It functions effectively in all USP models. The modular design of the USP’s internal components allows the control lever function to be switched from the left to the right side of the pistol for left-handed shooters. The USP can also be converted from one type of trigger firing mode to another. This includes combination double-action and single-action (DA/SA) modes and double action only (DAO) modes. The USP is available in nine trigger/firing mode configurations and three calibers 9mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP.” Tag Words: Firearm, Combat, Military, Special Forces, Anti-Terrorist, 45ACP, .45 ACP, .45ACP,45 Auto, .45Auto, .45 Auto, .45Auto, 45 Automatic Colt Pistol, .45 Automatic Colt Pistol E2369 H&K Model USP Elite in 45 ACP Serial Number 25-122000 Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

329 - Gun Remington 760 in 30-06 Sprg Pump Action Rifle Remington Model Gamemaster 760 in .30-06 SPRG Pump Action Rifle is equipped with a Weaver K25 rifle scope and is marked "Remington Arms Co. Inc., Ilion, NY., Made In USA" (with patent data); ".30-06 SPRG". Barrel also has several "Proof" marks. Receiver is marked "Remington SN Gamemaster Model 760.” The barrel and receiver display some wear indicative of age while the stock and forearm appear to be in good condition with dings and dents. The butt stock has a vented recoil pad. The safety is located to the rear of the trigger guard. Condition is 75% due to wear. Comes with (1) spare magazine. Used. From the internet: "The Remington Model 760 Gamemaster is a pump-action, center-fire rifle made by Remington Arms from 1952 to 1981. The Model 760 replaced the Model 141 in the product lineup. Being fed by a box magazine freed the design to use more powerful calibers with spitzer bullets." Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Target, .30-06, 30-06 Springfield, .30-06 Springfield D9291 Remington Model 760 in 30-06 SPRG Serial Number 99297 Pump Action Rifle ZB2089 SWW

330 - Gun Winchester 1897 in 16 Ga Pump Action Shotgun Vintage Winchester Model 1897 in 16 Gauge Pump Action Shotgun. This is the solid frame version of the Model 1897; it is not the take-down model. It is chambered for 16 gauge shells with full choke; slide bar is marked – Winchester Model 1897 –. Features a 25” barrel with bead front sight; external serrated hammer; 5 rd. capacity tube magazine; and ribbed wood forearm & plain wood pistol-grip style stock with hard rubber butt-plate. Condition grades at 70% with two hairline cracks in the pistol-grip area of the stock. Used. From the internet, “The Winchester Model 1897, also known as the Model 97, M97, or Trench Gun, was a pump-action shotgun with an external hammer and tube magazine manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. The Model 1897 was an evolution of the Winchester Model 1893 designed by John Browning. From 1897 until 1957, over one million of these shotguns were produced. The Model 1897 was offered in numerous barrel lengths and grades, chambered in 12 and 16 gauge, and as a solid frame or takedown. The 16-gauge guns had a standard barrel length of 28 inches, while 12-gauge guns were furnished with 30-inch length barrels. Special length barrels could be ordered in lengths as short as 20 inches, and as long as 36 inches. Since the time the Model 1897 was first manufactured it has been used by American soldiers, police departments, and hunters.” Tag Words: Firearm, Target, Hunting, 16GA, 16 Gauge, 16Gauge D8630 Winchester Model 1897 in 16 GA Serial Number E645994 Shotgun ZB1241 SWW

331 - Firearm 9.5 lbs. of 9mm Handgun Brass Nice lot of approximately 9.5 lbs. of assorted 9mm handgun brass casings for reloads, some new. Includes 9mm Luger (used); 9mm Luger (new R&P); and 9mm Luger (new primed Midway). Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Reload, Brass, Casings, 9MM, 9x19 MM, 9x19MM, 9 MM Para, 9MM Parabellum, 9 Para, 9Para, 9Parabellum, 9mm Luger, 9mmLuger ZB7896 331 SWW

332 - Gun Hege Waffen Consul in 12 Ga O/U Shotgun Hege Waffen Model Consul in 12 GA Over/Under Shotgun (MCL) was made in West Germany and features (2) 28" polished blue flat-rib barrels with 2 ¾” chamber; engraved receiver; two-piece checkered wood forearm & stock with cheek rest; 44.5” overall length; thumb safety; shotshell extractor; dual triggers; tang chamber break lever; sling swivels; and hard rubber butt-plate. Condition grades at 90% with slight bluing wear. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Skeet, Clay Pigeon, Trap Shooting, Pheasant, Duck, 12Ga, 12 Gauge, 00Buck, 00Buckshot, 00 Buck, 00 Buckshot, Rifled Slug, Slug E2256 Hege Waffen Model Consul in 12 Ga Serial Number A7399 O/U Shotgun Z12 SWW

333 - Firearm Replica Non-Firing British Sten Gun This is an excellent replica of a British Sten Gun for NON-FIRING DISPLAY ONLY. The display piece has many original parts which add to the authentic feel! This poem aptly portrays the Sten Gun: “You wicked piece of vicious tin!/Call you a gun? Don’t make me grin./You’re just a bloated piece of pipe./You couldn’t hit a hunk of tripe./But when you’re with me in the night,/I’ll tell you, pal, you’re just alright!—“Ode to a Sten Gun,” by S.N. Teed.” From the internet, “Few weapons in the modern era ever had a poem penned its honor. But few weapons were ever like the Sten gun. Hastily contrived in the early, desperate days of World War II, it looked like a last-ditch effort to arm British troops—and it was. Terrified Britons knew they did not have enough weapons to repel a German invasion force. The British lost thousands of small arms that were destroyed or simply abandoned after the devastating rout at Dunkirk. Bolt-action rifles from the Great War and hunting guns were often the only firearms available for some units. The British Army purchased every Thompson submachine gun it could acquire from the United States, but demand soon outpaced supply once the U.S. entered the war. But two British weapons designers, Maj. Reginald Shepherd and Harold Turpin, worked together to create a simple, blowback-operated submachine gun that could be quickly and cheaply made from machined steel. The Royal Small Arms Factory at Enfield produced a prototype—take the “S” from Shepherd, the “T” from Turpin and the “EN” from Enfield and you have the weapon’s name. Produced in both Great Britain and Canada starting in 1941, the Sten was often quickly welded together, the slag filed off and the completed gun then thrown in a pile with others of its kind. However, the Canadian weapons often had better production quality, with smoother edges and better tolerances. Tens of thousands of Stens were parachute-dropped to partisans in Europe and Asia for use against the Germans and Japanese. Suppressed versions of the weapon were also available for covert operations. Still, descriptions of the Sten often were downright insulting. Some of the more printable epithets include “The Woolworth Special,” “The Plumbers Delight” and “The Stench Gun.” You couldn’t blame the soldiers for calling it names. It looked like it was assembled from bits and pieces found in a hardware store—in fact, some of the Sten’s essential parts in early models such as springs were originally obtained from hardware manufacturers rather than from gunsmiths.” NON-FIRING REPLICA - DISPLAY ONLY – NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Accessories, Machine Gun, Korean War, Vietnam War, WWII, WW II, WW2, WW 2, ZC1955 333 SWW

334 - Gun Savage 99 in 300 Savage Lever Action Rifle Vintage Savage Arms Model 99 in .300 Savage caliber Lever Action Rifle (ICL) was manufactured in 1947 and has a period Weaver K2.5 Scope attached with Redfield mounts. The rifle features an intricately Elk & Antelope engraved receiver and an inlaid stock of ivory Long Horn Sheep & Moose. Top side of receiver is marked, “H.A. Dressell.” Other features include 23.5" tapered blued barrel, 44.5” overall length, checkered hardwood stock and forearm, vented rubber recoil pad, and blued lever & trigger. Receiver pre-drilled for scope mount. Superb craftsmanship. Condition grades at 90+% with normal scuffs for a firearm this age. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, hunting, target, vermin, sport, 300Savage, 300 Savage, .300 Savage, .300Savage C5368 Savage Model 99 in 300 Savage Serial Number 438840 Lever Action Rifle Z12 SWW

335 - Firearm Pre-Civil War Belgium 7mm Pinfire Revolver This is an excellent example of a Pre-Civil War Belgium 7mm Pinfire Revolver that is based on the Lefaucheux design. This revolver has a round 3.5” barrel; blued finish; flip-up, open guard trigger; smooth hook-bill hammer; 6-shot cylinder; two-piece smooth wood grips; and there is a non-original replacement ejector rod. This is a great collector piece. ** Item has not been test fired or checked for operability; although it appears to be mechanically sound and functioning correctly as pulling the trigger rotates the cylinder, brings back the hammer, and lets it fall in both Single & Double Action mode. ANTIQUE - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet: “In many ways the marital pinfire revolver, based upon the patents of Casimir and Eugene Lefaucheux was one of the most modern and advanced military handguns to see use on the battlefield during the American Civil War. Thousands of these pinfire revolvers were imported for use by US troops, and at least a few hundred saw service with Confederate troops as well. Extant examples with American Civil War provenance indicate that many Belgian licensed copies were also imported during the war. The Ordnance Department did not appear to differentiate between the French and Belgian made versions, much like they often lumped French and Belgian made muskets together without any distinction at all. Period documentation indicates that pinfire revolvers saw significant use by Confederate soldiers as, and many Deep South arsenals maintained inventories pin fire cartridges and even offered the pistols for sale to officers. However, the use of pin fire revolvers by the North and South was not limited to the 12mm military guns. Many men took privately owned, “civilian” pattern pin fire revolvers into the field. It is not uncommon for relic diggers to find 7mm, 9mm as well as the more common 12mm pinfire cartridges in known Civil War campsites. Excavated and recovered pinfire revolvers are known from these campsites as well and at least one privately owned 9mm pinfire was recovered from the wreck of the USS Cairo gunboat, and is on display at Vicksburg National Military Park. The Pin Fire Cartridge had a pin protruding from its side which when in the revolver's cylinder extended outside the cylinder wall. When struck by the hammer pushing the pin into the cartridge the internal primer was ignited and the cartridge discharged. This process was a lot faster and easier than muzzle loading and capping as were the standard Army Percussion revolvers of the day. Despite this convenience the revolver was not a success, it was considered not rugged enough for Military Service and accidental discharge of the cartridges before being loaded into the weapon became a serious problem.” Tag Words: Gun, Vintage, Antique, Civil War, 7mm ZB9027 335 SWW

336 - Gun NAA Mini in 22 Mag SA Revolver North American Arms Model Mini-Revolver in .22 Magnum Single Action Derringer type Mini-Revolver (MLL) features folding black thermoplastic grip with clip for pocket or purse storage; nickel finish; 1-9/16" barrel, 6.5" (open) & 5.25” (closed) overall length, 5 chamber cylinder, front blade sight, and ridged trigger. Condition grades at 95%. Used. From the internet, “In the world of production firearms, there aren’t many smaller than the offerings from North American Arms. Its Guardian series is about as petite as semi-automatic pistols come, and I believe its Mini-Revolvers may be the smallest production revolvers in the world. There really aren’t many clothing choices — at least ones you can legally get away with in public — that would prevent carrying a gun this small.” Tag Word: Firearm, European, German, Collectible, Historic, Bicycle Gun, 22WMR, 22 WMR, .22WMR, .22 WMR, 22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, 22 Mag, .22Mag, .22 Mag E2368 NAA Model Mini in 22 Mag Serial Number E177416 Single Action Revolver Z12 SWW

337 - Antique Ball & Cap Double Barrel Pistol Antique Black Powder Ball & Cap Double Barrel Pistol by an unknown manufacturer in .40 caliber and features white finish metal; checkered hardwood handle; (2) 5.25” round barrels; 11" overall length; (2) exposed hammers; and dual trigger. Used. ANTIQUE BLACK POWDER – NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Word: Gun, Pirate, Replica, INTDES, Prop, Sport Shooting, Hunting Z12 337 SWW

338 - Assorted Medals & Coins A very nice assortment of medals and coins: British Africa Service Medal, (2) 1914 - 1918 WWI British Medals, (2) 1895 Great Britain Shooting Medal 2 Styles, A South African Boer War Campaign Medal (British), a unique miniature plaque with the following inscribed on the reverse: ST.P.W.B 1.ABT. 1920 Hundertsch Stafette 1. Preis. that measures 2" tall x 1.5" across. A great assortment. Some appear to be silver. ZC1955 DT

339 - Gun Rock River LAR-15 in 5.56 Semi Auto Rifle Rock River Arms Model LAR-15 in .223/5.56MM Semi Auto Rifle (CLL) is an AR-15 style rifle that features black matte finish, telescoping stock, M4 handguard, 30+1 capacity, 1 magazine included, forward assist, brass deflector, safety selector, receiver top Picatinny rail, 17.5" chrome-lined M4 profile barrel, birdcage flash suppressor, bayonet lug, sling swivels, and black thermoplastic pistol grip. Condition grades at 95%. Used in hard case. Tag Word: Firearm, M4, Tactical, AR15, AR-15, Military, Prepper, Prepping, 223 Rem, 223Rem, .223 Rem, .223Rem, 223 Remington, 223Remington, .223Remington, 5.56MM, 556 MM, 556MM, 5.56x45 MM, 5.56x45MM, 5.56 x 45 MM, 5.56 x 45MM, NATO E2404 Rock River LAR-15 in 5.56MM Serial Number KT1109287 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

340 - Gun Winchester 1895 in 30 US Lever Action Rifle This vintage Winchester Model 1895 in .30 US caliber Lever Action Rifle was manufactured in 1915 and features blued steel finish, straight grip smooth Walnut stock & forearm, 27.5” steel barrel, non-detachable box magazine, fixed blade front & Lyman side-mount peep-hole rear sight. Condition grades at 85+% wear consistent with age. There is a very minor repair of the wood stock on the right side of tang. Used. From the internet, “The last John M. Browning design for Winchester, the Model 1895 was engineered to accommodate a new generation of military cartridges promising to gain a substantial market. One of the innovative features of the model 1895 was the use of a non-detachable “box magazine” made necessary for use with more powerful pointed bullets. This was the first box magazine rifle developed by Winchester. First Models have flat sides, rounded top and breech bolt, and a one-piece lever. The Second Model has a fluted receiver with a two-piece lever. Configurations were rifle, carbine and musket. Production ran from 1895 to 1940 with a total of 426,754 guns made. Of these, 293,816 were in the 7.62 mm Russian caliber in the musket version and were shipped to the Russian Imperial Government in 1915 and 1916. The ‘95 in 405 W.C.F. was a favorite of Teddy Roosevelt and he described his special order Winchester .405 as “The medicine gun for lions.” The model 1895 was a favorite among the Texas Rangers and other lawmen of the period. The 95 had many special order options available throughout its 45 years of production.” Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Guide, Hi-power, 30 US, .30 US, .30US, 30US D8631 Winchester Model 1895 in 30 US Serial Number 74186 Lever Action Rifle ZB1241 SWW

341 - Lot of (3) Assorted SpyderCo Folding Knives This is a great lot with (3) SpyderCo brand Folding Knives. Includes (1) 2004 SpyderCo VG-10 Model 153 Warren Thomas Design Lock Blade Folding Knife with single-edge blade; (1) 2004 SpyderCo CPM 440V James A. Keating Lock-Back Folding Knife with single-edge blade; and (1) 1997 SpyderCo Jotsingh Khalsa Lock-Back Folding Knife with single-edge blade. From the internet, “Since starting Spyderco we've been told our knives are different, peculiar, even out there. All true. Thinking beyond established knife industry barriers allowed us to introduce new and radical innovations to the knife culture including: One-hand opening, serrations on a folder and a clip to attach a knife to a pocket. We didn't go into business to rake in a mountain of dough we're here for more selfish reasons- indulging our passion for creating knives. Spyderco is definitely out of the norm in the knife industry in our dedication to researching and developing fresh, improved and better performing materials all with function and reliability being key. Our recognizable appearance is a result of designing ergonomic functional tools rather than applying lipstick and nylons to a pocketknife. We may look curious, homely, whatever, but we'll never be called unusable or undependable. Making knives that consistently deliver reliable high-performance requires an ongoing commitment to testing. In our million-dollar testing facility we examine edge retention with a CATRA machine, look for rust development with Q-FOG, check the force needed to open and close a knife. We also repeatedly test for stress, wear, optimal heat-treating and actively search for higher quality, performance enhancing steels and materials. As a customer you probably don't think about this, or much care, but it allows us to put forth a promise. When you purchase a Spyderco you are buying a high-quality reliable cutting tool designed and manufactured for peak performance and ergonomic comfort. Those Who Know Carry Spyderco.” Tag Words: weapon, Knife, Switchblade, folding, defense, tactical, ZB8812 341 SWW

342 - Gun Great Western SA Army in 45 LC SA Revolver This vintage Great Western Arms Single Action Army Model in .45 LC Single Action Revolver features Single Action, 5.5” blued steel barrel, 6 cartridge cylinder, ejector rod, shark-fin front blade sight, ribbed hammer, blued steel cylinder & frame, and original Franzite faux elk horn grips. Mechanically condition grades at 90%; the bluing is mostly worn but metal shows a nice patina due to normal wear. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Service, Militaria, Memorabilia, Frontier, 45LC, .45 LC, .45LC, 45 Long Colt, .45 Long Colt, 45Long Colt, .45Long Colt, 45 Colt E2170 GWA Model SA Army in 45 LC Serial Number GW9569 Single Action Revolver Z12 SWW

343 - Gun Ishapore 2A1 in 7.62 Bolt Action Rifle The Ishapore Model 2A1 in 7.62x51 (.308 Win) caliber Bolt Action Rifle was originally introduced in 1963 at the Rifle Factory at Ishapore, West Bengal, India. Rifle features bolt action; 20.5” barrel; semi-hooded blade front & folding adjustable rear sights; smooth wood stock, upper & lower wood forearm; bayonet lug; sling swivels (with canvas sling); and steel butt-plate. The stock is in very good condition for its age with a nice patina; metal has very light wear but otherwise in good condition. This would make a good range shooter. Condition grades at 85%. Used. From the internet: "The Rifle 7.62mm 2A/2A1 (also known as the Ishapore 2A/2A1) is a 7.62×51mm NATO caliber bolt-action rifle adopted as a reserve arm by the Indian Armed Forces in 1963. The design of the rifle - initially the Rifle 7.62mm 2A - began at the Ishapore Rifle Factory of the Ordnance Factories Board in India, soon after the Sino-Indian War of 1962. The Ishapore 2A/2A1 has the distinction of being the last bolt-action rifle designed to be used by a regular military force other than specialized sniper rifles. The Ishapore 2A and 2A1 rifles are often incorrectly described as ".308 conversions." In fact, the 2A/2A1 rifles are not conversions of .303 caliber SMLE Mk III* rifles: they were designed and built right from the outset to fire 7.62mm NATO ammunition. Although the 7.62mm NATO and commercial. 308 Winchester ammunition are physically interchangeable, these weapons were not designed for use with commercial .308 Winchester ammunition." Tag Words: Firearm, Military, British, Middle East, India, Surplus, Collectable, 308 Win, 308 Winchester, .308, .308 Win, .308 Winchester, 308Win, .308Win, 7.62x51 MM, 7.62x51MM, 7.62 x 51 MM, 7.62 Ball, 7.62 NATO E2319 Ishapore Model 2A1 in 7.62x51 Caliber Serial Number AA8303 Bolt Action Rifle ZB9139 SWW

344 - Authentic WWII German Military Nazi Banner or Flag This authentic Third Reich Nazi banner or flag. It measures 39” long by 32” wide. Made of cotton bunting, faded red background, with the black swastika in a white cotton fabric circle sewn on in the center of both sides. Edges are slightly frayed with holes in the corners from previous display method. No restoration, has areas of soiling. From the internet, “In 1920, Adolf Hitler decided that the Nazi Party needed its own insignia and flag. For Hitler, the new flag had to be “a symbol of our own struggle” as well as “highly effective as a poster.” On 7 August 1920, at the Salzburg Congress, this flag became the official emblem of the Nazi Party. In Mein Kampf, Hitler described the Nazis' new flag: “In red we see the social idea of the movement, in white the nationalistic idea, in the swastika the mission of the struggle for the victory of the Aryan man, and, by the same token, the victory of the idea of creative work, which as such always has been and always will be anti-Semitic.” Tag Words: Banners, Pendants, Germany, Army, World War II, Flags, Axis Powers, European Allies, Combat ZB9074 TKT

345 - Gun GSG STG-44 Schmeisser in 22LR Semi Auto Rifle ATI imported German made GSG Model STG-44 Schmeisser in 22LR Semi Auto Rifle (ITO) is an authentic reproduction of the famous WWII Nazi Sturmgewehr 44 (Storm Rifle 44) (STG 44) Schmeisser sub-machinegun in an affordable .22 LR caliber. Features include blued finish metalwork, fixed wood stock & pistol grip, 16.25" barrel, 37.2" overall length, 25 round capacity magazine included, easy adjustable iron sights. Manufactured as close to original specs as possible. The left side of the receiver and magazine well is marked “Schmeisser” -- GSG-STG-44. Replica of the original STG-44 Schmeisser, this rifle is great fun to shoot and can be enjoyed by shooters of all experience levels. Condition is New in crate with papers and lock. From internet: "German Sport Guns has introduced the GSG StG 44. Known for producing high-quality replicas of machine gun platforms with legal-to-own semi-auto actions, and chambering them for .22 Long Rifle rimfire cartridges. The GSG-StG 44 arrives in a wooden shipping crate reminiscent of those used during the war. Opening the crate reveals the rifle with the shoulder stock separated, a 25-round polymer magazine and a bag containing smaller items such as a cable lock, manual and chamber brush. Fully assembled, with an empty magazine inserted, the rifle weighs 9.72 pounds, which is only a few ounces less than the original StG 44's unloaded weight. This replica mirrors the original assault rifle in appearance only, but it does a good job of it. It functions with a simple blow-back action instead of a gas system. The majority of the external components are constructed of a die cast alloy instead of stamped from sheet steel, but the components that logically need to be made of quality steel for reliable function and longevity are, including the hand guard, the rifled barrel insert and the bolt assembly. The sights duplicate the functionality of the original with a hooded front blade sight and a rear sight assembly that is easily adjusted for height and windage. The right-side ejection port is protected by a spring-loaded cover plate that flips open, AR-15 style, when the bolt is cycled. The rest of the rifle controls are located on the left side of the receiver. A generous non-reciprocating bolt handle can be pulled fully to the rear and tipped up to lock the bolt in the open position. A large round magazine release button is located behind the magazine well. Between the trigger guard and the pistol grip is the fire-select switch. In this model, it only has Fire and Safe positions." Tag Words: Firearm, Tactical, Sport Shooting, Target, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle C4705 GSG Model STG-44 in 22 LR Serial Number A488483 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

346 - Bayonet (2) WWII German Bayonets w/ Scabbard This is a great lot with (2) WWII era German Model 1884/98 (Third Pattern) Knife Bayonets with metal scabbards used with the German Mauser Kar 98K Rifle. Bayonets features a 9.75” single edge blade; 15” overall length; working lug release and the blades are in very nice condition - showing little use; also have a ‘birds head’ pommel and brown Bakelite grips. The fullered steel blades are stamped on the Ricasso with “SLC 1942” makers mark and the SN “6307 g” & “5832 n”. The handles show slight wear. The metal scabbards are in good condition for their age (serial numbers do not match) and the leather frogs are in very good condition. These are a perfect addition for any military collector or someone who collects military edge weapons. From the internet: “The M1884/98 III Knife bayonet for use with the 8 mm. Mauser Kar 98K rifle of the Second World War. This bayonet will also mount to most other Mauser bolt-action rifles that were based on the M1898.” Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Authentic, WWII, WW2, World War II, Japan, Rising Sun, Germany, Vintage ZB8950 346 SWW

347 - Gun Springfield 1898 in 30.40 Krag Bolt Rifle This vintage Springfield Model 1898 in 30.40 Krag Bolt Action Rifle is an all original gun that appears to be as issued. Features blue barrel and receiver, 30” barrel, smooth one-piece straight grip walnut stock with matching handguard, finger grooves in the forearm, blade front sight and folding leaf rear sight along with a rear mount peep-hole adjustable sight, standard second type double strap upper band, manual cock & uncock from rear of bolt, and steel butt plate with compartment, (cleaning rod not included). Visible cartouche date appears to be "1901" on the left wrist and a firing proof “P” behind the trigger guard. Receiver stamped “U.S.” over “Model 1898 Springfield Armory” followed by serial number. A great investment piece as this United States Military Rifle is very tough to find anymore. Condition grades at 85%, wear consistent with age, the action is excellent. Used. From the internet: “Back in 1892 the US Army adopted its first bolt action service rifle and its first smokeless powder cartridge, the .30-40 Krag (.30 US Army). The rifle was a slightly modified version of the Danish 1892 Krag-Jorgensen infantry rifle. Modern factory loads for the .30-40 Krag are still available from Remington and Winchester, both with 180 grain bullets. Remington loads their pointed soft point Core-Lokt bullet and Winchester their reliable Power Point (soft point) bullet.” Tag Word; Gun, hunting, elk, moose, mule deer, sport, surplus, Army, US Army, 30-40Krag, .30-40Krag, 30-40 Krag, .30-40 Krag, .30Army, 30 Army D9178 Springfield Model 1898 in 30.40 Krag Serial Number 305669 Bolt Action Rifle ZB1901 SWW

348 - Gun Browning SA-22 in 22 LR Semi Auto Rifle Browning Model SA-22 (Take Down) in .22 LR Semi Auto Rifle (ECO) features a unique ‘feed tube in stock’ bottom receiver magazine port, 19” steel barrel, checkered hardwood stock and forearm, blade front sight & flip-up adjustable rear sight, manual safety button. This is a semi-auto rifle chambered for 22 LR. Nice scrollwork on receiver. Made in Japan after 1974. Condition grades at 90+%. Used. From the internet: “Few auto-loading rimfire rifles have endured the test of time and the marketplace like the Browning SA-22. The SA-22 is one of the first auto-loading rimfire rifles ever made, and one the most desirable. One John M. Browning’s final designs, his genius shines through in every feature. The slim, forged steel receiver and slender barrel takes down into two compact units without tools. The SA-22’s tasteful engraving and select walnut make it an object of lasting beauty and enjoyment. Though nice to look at, these rifles are meant to be enjoyed in the field as much as they are admired as heirlooms. If one word were to describe the Semi-Auto 22 it would be "CLASSIC." Like the famous Automatic 5 shotgun or a Hi-Power pistol, the Semi-Auto 22 gives you a real sense of the incredible design skills and genius of John Moses Browning. And the quality of wood and steel will exceed your expectations.” Tag Words: Gun, hunting, target, youth, vermin, sport, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle D9255 Browning Model SA-22 in 22 LR Serial Number 10788RN146 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

349 - Bayonet Reproduction M1 Bayonet w/ Scabbard This is a reproduction M1 Bayonet with scabbard for use with the M1 Garand Rifle. The M1 bayonet has a 10” blade, and overall length of 14”. The single edged blade has two inches of the other side sharpened. There is a push button release for removal from the scabbard. The lug release works; the grips are checkered black molded plastic; and all metal parts are a dark gray parkerized finish. There are no markings on the blade, handle or scabbard. The fiberglass scabbard and metal frog are in very good condition. From the internet: “The M1 Bayonet was designed to be used with the U.S. M1 Garand rifle. The blade is 10 inches (25.4 cm) long, and the handle is 4 inches (10.1 cm) long. Before 1943, the M1 Garand and all variants of the U.S. Rifle Model 1903 were using the M1905 bayonet and later M1942 bayonets. In 1943, the U.S. Army decided a shorter bayonet would be better, so as many of the M1905/1942s as possible were recalled, had their blades cut down to 10 inches, and were reissued. These shortened bayonets, along with the newly made 10-inch bayonets, are called M1 bayonets. They functioned well in the European theater, where in the rare bayonet-actions of the time, they were matched up against the 9 3/4 inch long blade of the German S84/98 III bayonet fitted on the Karabiner 98k. However, in the Pacific theater, the much longer Japanese bayonets on the already very long Arisaka rifle caused many American troops to retain the long M1905 bayonet.“ Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Authentic, WWII, WW2, World War II, British, Australia, India, Surplus, Collectable ZB1241 349 SWW

350 - Gun German K98 Mauser in 8mm Military Rifle TG Imported Surplus German Model K98 Mauser in 8mm Bolt Action Military Rifle features blue finish, 24” barrel, wood stock, standard military sights, and cleaning rod is missing. Markings indicate rifle was made in 1942 with maker’s proof stamps and Nazi stamp. Condition grades at 80% with wear consistent with age. Used. From the internet: “The K98 model was adopted in 1935 as the standard service rifle by the German Wehrmacht. It was one of the final developments in the long line of Mauser military rifles. Although supplemented by semi- and fully automatic rifles during World War II, it remained the primary German service rifle until the end of World War II in 1945. Millions were captured by the Soviets at the conclusion of World War II and were widely distributed as military aid. The K98 therefore continues to appear in conflicts across the world as they are taken out of storage during times of strife. The K98 is a controlled-feed bolt-action rifle based on the Mauser M 98 system. Its internal magazine could be loaded with five cartridges from a stripper clip or one-by-one. Each rifle was furnished with a short length of cleaning rod, fitted through the bayonet stud. The joined rods from 3 rifles provided one full-length cleaning rod.” Tag Words: Firearm, Surplus, 8 MM, 8MM, 8x57 MM, 8x57MM, 8x57 MM Mauser E2223 German Model K98 Mauser in 7.62 Serial Number 1471 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

351 - Awards (17) Assorted US Military Medals/Pins This is a lot of (17) different military medals/pins of American origin. Items are not individually identified by type or composition. From the internet, “Awards and decorations of the United States Armed Forces are the military awards including decorations which recognize service and personal accomplishments while a member of the U.S. military. Together with military badges, such awards are a means to display outwardly the highlights of a service member's career.” Tag Words: Militaria, Memorabilia, Europe, German, Accessories, Insignia, Medal, Badge, Regalia, Uniform, Decorations, Accouterments ZB8950 351 SWW

352 - Gun H&R Sportsman Top Break in 22 LR DA Revolver This vintage Harrington & Richardson Arms Model Sportsman Top Break in .22 LR Double Action Revolver features Single/Double Action, 6” flat-sided blued barrel, 9 cartridge cylinder, fixed front blade & rear v-notch sight, serrated hammer, blued cylinder & frame, and correct black hard rubber grips. Condition grades at 90% excellent condition. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Small Frame, Service, Lightweight, Militaria, Memorabilia, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle E2295 H&R Model Sportsman Top Break in 22 LR Serial Number 85664 Double Action Revolver ZB9139 SWW

353 - Sterling Silver Medals United States Of America Lot of 4 United States of America Medals all marked Sterling Silver: A Rare USA Army Air Force pin with hang badge "AP Armorer", Pistol Expert with 2 Colt 45 Autos, Rifle Expert with 2 crossed rifles and a Cross pin with a "Rifle" hanging bar. All in very nice condition. ZC1955 DT

354 - France 1857 St. Helena Medal W/ Ribbon A very beautiful St. Helena Medal issued to all soldiers and Sailors of the wars from 1742 to 1815. Condition is very nice with great details. 50mm high circular bronze medal with integral imperial crown suspension; the face with a circular central medallion bearing the laurel-crowned head of Napoleon I facing right and circumscribed ‘NAPOLEON I EMPEREUR’ within a circular raised laurel wreath; the reverse with a circular central medallion inscribed ‘A SES COMPAGNONS DE GLOIRE SA DERNIÈRE PENSÉE, SAINTE-HÉLÈNE 5 MAI 1821’ (to his glorious companions his last thought, Saint Helena, 5 May 1821) and circumscribed ‘CAMPAGNES DE 1792 A 1815’ (Campaigns of 1792 to 1815); within a circular raised laurel wreath; on correct ribbon. The medal was instituted on 12 August 1857 by Napoleon III to ‘honour with a special distinction the soldiers who fought under the flag of France in the great wars of 1792 to 1815’ and awarded to survivors of the wars of Revolution and Empire some 42 years after their end. It was designed by the great medallist Désiré-Albert Barre and produced by the Imperial Mint. A very good example of an iconic medal. ZC1955 DT

355 - Firearm Antique Manton Black Powder SxS Shotgun Antique Manton of London Black Powder Side x Side Ball & Cap Percussion Shotgun features “London” inlaid in fine gold and gold inlay on breach. Other features include (2) round 28” side-by-side laminated steel barrels in 12 gauge; dual triggers; original ram rod; two exposed percussion hammers; checkered wood stock & forearm; steel butt plate; fixed bead front sight; and 44.5" overall length. Condition grades at 85%. Used. ANTIQUE BLACK POWDER - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Gun, Continental, Black Powder, Sport Shooting, Hunting Z12 355 SWW

356 - Gun Winchester 1400 in 12 GA Semi-Auto Shotgun Winchester Model 1400 in 12 GA Semi Auto Shotgun (EUC) features blued finish with checkered hardwood stock and forearm, 28” vent-ridge barrel with bead front sight, choked for 2 ¾ or shorter shells, safety front of trigger guard, plain blued finish on the receiver & bolt lever, and hard rubber butt-plate. This is one of the most sought after guns for sport shooters, hunters, and law enforcement because of its dependability and performance. Condition is 90+%. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Skeet, Clay Pidgeon, 12GA, 12 Gauge, 12Gauge, 00Buck, 00Buckshot, 00 Buck, 00 Buckshot E2401 Winchester Model 1400 in 12 GA Serial Number N1122019 Semi Auto Shotgun Z12 SWW

357 - Gun Glock 26 in 9MM Semi-Auto Pistol Glock Model 26 in 9MM Semi-Auto Pistol features 3.42” Barrel, Black Matte Finish, Polymer Grip with Finger Grooves, 10+1 Capacity and fixed 3-dot Glock night sights. This compact pistol makes a great concealed carry gun and is very easy to carry. Condition grades at 90%. Used in holster with 2 factory magazines. From the internet: “Known as the "BABY GLOCK," the GLOCK 26 in 9x19mm has been the most sought-after concealed carry option since its release in 1994-a market once dominated by the 5-round snub-nose revolver. The magazine capacity of 10 rounds is standard, and the highly accurate firing characteristics explain why the G26 is the mainstay backup option among security personnel and agencies worldwide.” Tag Word: Firearm, Police, Law Enforcement, Lightweight, Carry Conceal, CCW, 9MM, 9 MM, 9 Luger, 9x19 MM, 9x19MM, 9 MM Para, 9MM Parabellum, 9 Para, 9Para, 9Parabellum E2303 Glock Model 26 in 9MM Serial Number CAU417US Semi Auto Pistol ZB9139 SWW

358 - Gun P. Beretta Silver Hawk in 20 Ga SxS Shotgun Beautiful Italian imported P. Beretta Model Silver Hawk in 20 Gauge Break Action Side-by-Side Shotgun (OLL) features (2) 26" polished blue flat-rib barrels with 2 ¾” – 3” chamber; single trigger; engraved nickel-chromium-molybdenum steel receiver; satin finish European Walnut two-piece checkered stock & forearm; 42.75” overall length; dual barrel select/thumb safety; shotshell extractor; tang chamber break lever; and wood butt-plate. Condition grades at 95%. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Skeet, Clay Pigeon, Trap Shooting, Pheasant, Duck, 20GA, 20 Gauge, 20Gauge E2376 Beretta Model Silver Hawk in 20 Ga Serial Number S01603A SxS Shotgun Z12 SWW

359 - Firearm 52 Rds. of .50 BMG Brass Nice lot of approximately (52) .50 BMG caliber brass casings for reloads in a foam lined plastic box. Used. Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Reload, Brass, Casings50BMG, .50 BMG, .50BMG, 50 Browning MG, .50 Browning MG, 12.7x99 MM, 12.7x99MM, 12.7 x 99 MM ZB7896 359 SWW

360 - Gun Lithgow SMLE MKIII* in 303 British BA Rifle Vintage Lithgow Model SMLE MKIII* in .303 caliber British Bolt Action Rifle with genuine Enfield 1907 bayonet & scabbard. The SMLE designation is for ‘Short Magazine Lee Enfield’. Proof Markings and SN on the rifle indicate that it is Australian made at the Lithgow Small Arms Factory. The right side receiver band is marked "MA LITHGOW S.M.L.E. III* - 5-44". The stock and metal are in very good condition for its age; and the wood stock is marked with several cartouches to include “III* HV – 1-D?D 1598– R-MA 6/45 Used. From internet: " During the First World War, the SMLE Mk III was found to be too complicated to manufacture and demand was outstripping supply, so in late 1915 the Mk III* was introduced, which incorporated several changes, the most prominent of which were the deletion of the magazine cut-off mechanism, which when engaged permits the feeding and extraction of single cartridges only while keeping the cartridges in the magazine in reserve, and the long-range volley sights. The windage adjustment of the rear sight was also dispensed with, and the cocking piece was changed from a round knob to a serrated slab. The inability of the principal manufacturers (RSAF Enfield, The Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited and London Small Arms Co. Ltd) to meet military production demands, led to the development of the "peddled scheme", which contracted out the production of whole rifles and rifle components to several shell companies. The SMLE Mk III* (renamed Rifle No.1 Mk III* in 1926) saw extensive service throughout the Second World War as well, especially in the North African, Italian, Pacific and Burmese theatres in the hands of British and Commonwealth forces. Australia and India retained and manufactured the SMLE Mk III* as their standard-issue rifle during the conflict and the rifle remained in Australian military service through the Korean War, until it was replaced by the L1A1 SLR in the late 1950s. The Lithgow Small Arms Factory finally ceased production of the SMLE Mk III* in 1953." Tag Words: Firearm, Military, British, Australia, India, Surplus, Collectable, 303British, 303 Brit, .303 British, .303British, .303 Brit D8985 Lithgow Model SMLE MkIII in .303 Brit Caliber Serial Number 85516 Bolt Action Rifle ZB4101 SWW

361 - 2 Antique Black Powder Flasks & 2 Bullet Molds 2 Antique Copper & Brass Black Powder Flasks. With Two Cast Iron Lead Musket Ball Bullet Mold Casts. 19th century hunting or defending oneself. Possible Civil War era. They all have a great patina and show age and use wear. Lot includes: - One ornate embossed brass black powder flask. Shell pattern on both sides. Measures 8.25" long by 3.25" wide. - One beautiful embossed copper flask with a large bird on both sides. Measures 7" long by 3.25" wide. - Two bullet molds, one measures 6" long, the other measures 5" long. Nice lot. Tag Words: Hunting, War, Battle, Indian, Firearm, Musket Loading, Shooting ZB9074 TKT

362 - Firearm Nepal Martini-Henry Breech-loading Rifle This 1880’s era Nepalese Martini-Henry Breech-Loading Rifle in unknown caliber was part of a massive shipment of antique firearms from the Royal Nepalese Armory in the Lagan Silekhana Palace in Katmandu, Nepal. Rifle features 32.25” barrel; 49.5” overall length; breech-loading percussion design; receiver assembly; plunger rod; fixed blade front & slide ramp adjustable rear sights; unique trigger guard tang; steel butt-plate; and sling swivels. Used. ANTIQUE - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “Based on an 1869 Westley Richards patented design, this unique and extremely rare early breech loading Military Rifle .450/.577 Martini Henry caliber was produced under the direction of General Gahendra Rana in the 1880's to provide Ghurka regiments with what appeared to be the latest British Military Rifle. An ingenious design, it really surpassed the standard Martini in that its entire action was removable as one unit for ease of servicing or exchange. Production however caused massive logistic problems and by 1894 the Ghurkas were dangerously short of viable .450 cal. breechloaders to face ever growing threats from the east. Finally the British came to the rescue with a delivery of several thousand Martini short lever rifles in late 1894 and even more long lever Martini Rifles in 1908. The over complicated Gahendra Rifle was thereafter basically shelved, the void in up-to-date arms having been met. Always considered the rarest Martini variety of all, the Gahendra Rifle has a characteristic loading lever but in other respects closely resembles the standard Martini externally. ” Tag words: Gun, Continental, Replica, Sport Shooting, Hunting, Black Powder, Percussion, Ball & Cap Z12 362 SWW

363 - Award Lot of (4) Rare National Medals/Pins This is an eclectic mix of rare national medals/pins that includes (1) 1888 German “the 3 Kaisers – Wilhelm I, Friedrich III, & Wilhelm II Pin; (1) 1897 Wilhelm King of Prussia Pendent; (1) 1938 WWII Germany Annexation of Czechoslovakia; and (1) 1964 Kenya Mzee Jomo Kenyatta – First President of the Republic of Kenya medal. Tag Words: Militaria, Memorabilia, Europe, German, Accessories, Insignia, Medal, Badge, Regalia, Uniform, Decorations, Accouterments ZB8950 363 SWW

364 - Firearm Harpers Ferry 1842 Black Powder Rifle Pre-Civil War era Harpers Ferry Model 1842 in .69 Caliber Ball & Cap Percussion Black Powder Rifle features round 41.5” barrel; original ram rod is missing; one-piece wood stock; steel butt plate; 57" overall length, fixed front brass blade sight; three barrel bands; and sling swivels. Markings include “Harpers Ferry - 1846” & Eagle stamp on bolster, and “9” cartouche on right side of wood stock. Used. ANTIQUE BLACK POWDER - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “The Model 1842 design was based on the previous Model 1840 Flintlock Musket design with changes from flintlock to percussion ignition. The story of the Model 1842 Percussion Musket began in 1841 when the Chief of Ordnance instructed Springfield Armory to develop a new percussion system based on the Model 1840 but using the Model 1841 percussion system. The resulting arm, the Model 1842 Percussion Musket, was not only the first regulation armory pattern percussion musket, but it was also the first weapon manufactured at both Springfield and Harpers Ferry that had interchangeable parts. The Model 1842 was also the last regulation armory pattern infantry musket in .69 caliber.” Tag words: Gun, Continental, Black Powder, Sport Shooting, Hunting, Civil War, North, South, Union, Confederate Z12 364 SWW

365 - Gun Mosin Nagant M91/59 in 7.62x54R Bolt Rifle CAI imported Russian made Mosin Nagant Model M91/59 in 7.62x54R caliber Bolt Action Carbine is similar to the Model 1938 Carbine. The markings on the barrel show it was made in 1939; has Soviet Star Stamp. It is chambered in 7.62x54R, a caliber that falls between the American .308 and .30-06 in power and ballistics. This model features a round receiver, 20.5” barrel, 40” overall length; and stainless steel straight bolt. Other features include top-loading 5 rd. magazine, hooded post front & adjustable incremental folding rear sights, two barrel bands, cleaning rod, sling ports in forearm and stock, hardwood stock and forearm, and steel butt-plate. The stock is in very good condition for its age with a nice patina; metal surfaces in great condition although some bluing has been worn off. Condition grades at 85%. A great weapon that shoots the inexpensive and plentiful 762x54R round. Used. From internet: “Commonly called "91/59s," the M1891/59s were created by shortening M1891/30 rifles to carbine length, with rear sight numbers partially ground off to reflect reduced range. These rifles are almost clones of the M38 except for the ground off M91/30 rear sight.[18] The "1891/59" marking on the receiver suggests the carbines were created in or after 1959. It was initially thought that Bulgaria or another Soviet satellite country performed the conversions in preparation for a Western invasion that never came. Recent evidence suggests that the M91/59 was indeed produced in Bulgaria from Soviet-supplied wartime production M91/30s. Total production of the 91/59 is uncertain; figures as low as one million and as high as three million have appeared in firearm literature." Tag Words: Firearm, Military, Russian, Middle East, Soviet, Surplus, Collectable, 7.5x54, 7.5x54MM, 7.5 x 54 MM, 7.5 x 54R E2199 Mosin Nagant Model M91/59 in 7.62x54R Caliber Serial Number AB5058 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

366 - Military Photos and Scrap Book Civil War to WWII Large lot of Military Photos and papers. You will find photos from the Civil War, World War II and more. Examples: Civil War Photo from Richard Walzl's showing a Sargent setting in a chair, photo of Olaf Kraal from the Norwegian army (as marked on reverse of photo), several U.S. Navy photos and many from the South Pacific. Also a set of 5 post cards of a Execution (beheading) Very Graphic. ZC1955 DT

367 - Gun Winchester 70 in 308 Win Bolt Action Rifle Pre-1964 Winchester Model 70 Featherweight in .308 Win Bolt Action Rifle features blued finish, one-piece checkered American Walnut stock and fore end, 22” tapered barrel, 3+1 round capacity, blade front & flip-up rear sights, pre-drilled scope mount rail, and steel butt-plate. Other features include 3 position safety, sling swivels, and stainless steel bent-bolt. Condition grades at 85%. Used. From the internet: “The Winchester Model 70 is called the “Rifleman's Rifle" by many because for more than 70 years, the bolt action rifle has been praised by law enforcement and the military for its precision, accuracy and performance. It's one of those weapons that can still make people utter “they don't make ‘em like they used to" – but in a positive way, as the original Model 70 featured a Mauser-type controlled round feed and cut checkering.” Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, 308 Win, 308 Winchester, .308, .308 Win, .308 Winchester, 308Win, .308Win, 7.62x51 MM, 7.62x51MM, 7.62 x 51 MM, 7.62 Ball, 7.62 NATO D9179 Winchester Model 70 in 308 Win Serial Number 269086 Bolt Action Rifle ZB1901 SWW

368 - Gun Seecamp LWS32 in 32 ACP Semi Auto Pistol L.W. Seecamp Model LWS 32 in .32 ACP Semi Auto Pocket Pistol (ILL) features Double Action Only retarded blowback operation with an overall length of 4.25”, height of 3.25”, and weight of 11.5 oz. (empty). Other features include a stainless steel frame and serrated slide, 11.5 lb. trigger pull, black checkered grips, and (2) 6 rd. magazines. Like New in box with papers. From the internet, “Pocket pistols chambered for .32 ACP, also known as the 7.65 mm Browning, have been a popular carry option for quite some time. The .32 offers an improvement in stopping power compared to pistols chambered in .22 LR or .25 ACP.” Tag words: Firearm, self-defense, CCW, carry conceal, 32ACP, .32 ACP, .32ACP,32 Auto, .32Auto, .32 Auto, .32Auto, 32 Automatic Colt Pistol, .32 Automatic Colt Pistol, 7.65x17, 7.65 x 17 D5726 LW Seecamp Model LWS 32 in .32 ACP Serial Number 043381 Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

369 - Authentic WWII German Swastika Nazi Banner or Flag This authentic Third Reich Nazi banner or flag. Just the center of the flag. Had been removed from the red background of a flag or banner. It measures 36” wide. Made of white cotton bunting, with the black swastika in a white cotton fabric circle. Edges are slightly frayed with black ink spots on the edges. No restoration, has areas of soiling. From the internet, “In 1920, Adolf Hitler decided that the Nazi Party needed its own insignia and flag. For Hitler, the new flag had to be “a symbol of our own struggle” as well as “highly effective as a poster.” On 7 August 1920, at the Salzburg Congress, this flag became the official emblem of the Nazi Party. In Mein Kampf, Hitler described the Nazis' new flag: “In red we see the social idea of the movement, in white the nationalistic idea, in the swastika the mission of the struggle for the victory of the Aryan man, and, by the same token, the victory of the idea of creative work, which as such always has been and always will be anti-Semitic.” Tag Words: Banners, Pendants, Germany, Army, World War II, Flags, Axis Powers, European Allies, Combat ZB9074 TKT

370 - Firearm Brunswick P-1837 Percussion Rifle This 1840’s era Nepalese assembled Brunswick P-1837 Percussion Two-Groove Military Rifle in .704 ‘Belted Ball’ caliber was part of a massive shipment of antique firearms from the Royal Nepalese Armory in the Lagan Silekhana Palace in Katmandu, Nepal. Rifle features 30” barrel; 46.5” overall length; back-action percussion design; receiver assembly; plunger rod; bayonet lug; fixed blade front & flip-notch rear sights; bronze accoutrements, trigger guard tang and butt-plate; and sling swivels with leather sling attached. ANTIQUE - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “The first British Percussion Military Rifle to succeed the famous Baker Flintlock Rifle of the Napoleonic era was originally intended to have eleven-groove rifling. However, this Hanoverian design was rejected in favor of what became the standard Two Groove "Belted Ball" .704 Cal. rifle, a design copied from the military of the Duke of Brunswick, a German cousin of Queen Victoria. The back-action percussion design included the following when they were originally issued: 30' 2 groove rifled barrel, back action percussion lock, full stocked wood stock mounted with all brass furniture including trigger guard, butt plate, ram rod pipes and brass patch box in the butt, flip rear sight, and heavy steel bayonet bar on the right side of the barrel to carry a brass hilted sword bayonet.” Tag words: Gun, Continental, Replica, Sport Shooting, Hunting, Black Powder, Percussion, Ball & Cap ZC1955 370 SWW

371 - Lot of (3) Assorted SpyderCo Folding Knives This is a great lot with (3) SpyderCo brand Folding Knives. Includes (1) 1993 SpyderCo AUS-8 Lock Blade Folding Knife with serrated blade; (1) 2005 SpyderCo VG-10 Lock-Back Folding Knife with single-edge blade; and (1) 1994 SpyderCo G-2 Stainless Lock-Back Folding Knife with serrated blade. From the internet, “Since starting Spyderco we've been told our knives are different, peculiar, even out there. All true. Thinking beyond established knife industry barriers allowed us to introduce new and radical innovations to the knife culture including: One-hand opening, serrations on a folder and a clip to attach a knife to a pocket. We didn't go into business to rake in a mountain of dough we're here for more selfish reasons- indulging our passion for creating knives. Spyderco is definitely out of the norm in the knife industry in our dedication to researching and developing fresh, improved and better performing materials all with function and reliability being key. Our recognizable appearance is a result of designing ergonomic functional tools rather than applying lipstick and nylons to a pocketknife. We may look curious, homely, whatever, but we'll never be called unusable or undependable. Making knives that consistently deliver reliable high-performance requires an ongoing commitment to testing. In our million-dollar testing facility we examine edge retention with a CATRA machine, look for rust development with Q-FOG, check the force needed to open and close a knife. We also repeatedly test for stress, wear, optimal heat-treating and actively search for higher quality, performance enhancing steels and materials. As a customer you probably don't think about this, or much care, but it allows us to put forth a promise. When you purchase a Spyderco you are buying a high-quality reliable cutting tool designed and manufactured for peak performance and ergonomic comfort. Those Who Know Carry Spyderco.” Tag Words: weapon, Knife, Switchblade, folding, defense, tactical, ZB8812 371 SWW

372 - Gun Mosin Nagant M91 in 7.62x54R Bolt Rifle C.A.I. imported Russian Mosin Nagant Model 91 in 7.62x54R caliber Bolt Action Rifle is one of the most famous battle rifles of the 20th Century. Markings on the barrel show it was made in 1914. It is chambered in 7.62x54R, a caliber that falls between the American .308 and .30-06 in power and ballistics. This model features a round receiver, 31.5” barrel, and stainless steel straight bolt. Other features include top-loading 5 rd. magazine, post front & adjustable incremental folding rear sights, two barrel bands, cleaning rod is missing, sling ports in forearm and stock with canvas sling attached, hardwood stock and forearm with wood top-plate, and steel butt-plate. Overall length of 51.5”. All visible serial numbers do not match. The stock is in very good condition for its age with a nice patina. Condition grades at 80+%. Used. From internet: “After trials of several different repeating bolt action designs Russia adopted a new standard infantry rifle in 1891. It fires the 7.62x54r cartridge and is a combination of designs by Russian Sergei Mosin and Belgian Leon Nagant whose primary contribution was the magazine and feed system. The official Russian designation is “Three Line Rifle, Model of the Year 1891” but is more commonly known in the US as the Mosin Nagant M91. A “line” is a unit of measure equal to 1/10th of an inch. Production of the M91 took place at the Russian arsenals at Izhevsk, Tula, and Sestroryetsk. Due to a slow start in domestic production a contract was issued to the French arms company Chatellerault who built around 500,000 M91s. During WWI contracts were issued to the American firms of New England Westinghouse and Remington for 1.8 and 1.5 million rifles respectively. M91s were widely used in WWI and can be found with markings from many different European countries that purchased or captured them." Tag Words: Firearm, Military, Russian, Middle East, Soviet, Surplus, Collectable, 7.5x54, 7.5x54MM, 7.5 x 54 MM, 7.5 x 54R E2318 Mosin Nagant Model M91 in 7.62x54R Caliber Serial Number 136846 Bolt Action Rifle ZB9139 SWW

373 - Gun Smith & Wesson 19-5 in 357 Mag DA Revolver Smith & Wesson Model 19-5 in .357 Mag Double Action Revolver (XCL) features 6" barrel, 6 shot cylinder, blued finish, lifted blade front & adjustable rear sights, and beautiful checkered wood grips. This design was created by Smith & Wesson with the help of a retired police officer to ensure the best for his fellow men in uniform. A hard to find S&W steel model revolver made to last a lifetime and more. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Military, Police, Law Enforcement, 357Mag, .357 Mag, .357Mag, 357 Magnum, .357 Magnum, 357Magnum, .357Magnum E2354 Smith & Wesson Model 19-5 in 357 Mag Serial Number AUV5434 Double Action Revolver Z12 SWW

374 - SUTLEJ Victorian campaign medal with Ribbon Victorian campaign medal. Army of the Sutlej with Sobraon bar and Ferozeshuhur bar. A beautiful medal that appears to be silver. Features the original ribbon, hanging bar is missing. One side of medal is marked: Army of the Sutlej Moodkee1845, the reverse has Queen Victoria and is marked Victoria Regina. A very ornate medal with beautiful details. ZC1955 DT

375 - Firearm J. Turney Muzzle Load Black Powder Shotgun Antique J. Turney of London Muzzle Loading Black Powder Ball & Cap Percussion Shotgun has a star burst emblem & “J. Turney, Limehouse, London” stamped on the barrel, and has a grouse engraved receiver. Other features include round 32” Damascus steel barrel in unknown caliber; smooth trigger; original ram rod; exposed percussion hammer; checkered wood stock & forearm; steel butt plate; fixed bead front sight; and 48.5" overall length. Condition grades at 80% with the trigger guard being broken. Used. ANTIQUE BLACK POWDER - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Gun, Continental, Black Powder, Sport Shooting, Hunting Z12 375 SWW

376 - Gun Springfield P9 World Cup in 9x21mm Semi Pistol Springfield Model P9 World Cup in 9x21mm Semi-Automatic Pistol (ALL) is from the Springfield Custom Shop, handcrafted by Les Baer with COA. Features Single Action, Stainless Steel finish, 5” barrel with flash suppressor, 10.25” overall length, front blade & adjustable rear notch-bar dovetailed sights, slide release, 14 round magazine, magazine safety, original hardwood checkered grips, and large combat-style beaver-tail hammer. Condition grades at 95%+. Used in box with papers. Tag Words: Firearm, Target, Hunting, Range, Carry Conceal, CCW, 9x21MM, 9x21 MM, 9x21MM D0125 Springfield Model P9 in 9x21mm Serial Number AM18233 Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

377 - Gun Star BM in 9mm Semi Auto Pistol C.A.I. imported Star Model BM in 9mm Semi-Automatic Pistol was manufactured in the Eibar region of Spain and is a design version of the Colt 1911 model. Features Single Action, 3.75” barrel length, 7” overall length, low profile front blade integral with slide & rear notch-bar dovetailed sights, slide release, flat bottom 8 shot magazine, magazine safety, blued steel slide and frame, 8+1 round capacity, original black checkered grips, and combat-style beaver-tail hammer. Condition grades at 85% due to exterior wear. Used. From the internet, “A total of 217,682 Star BM pistols were made between 1972 and 1992. BM serial numbers ranged from 1,226,501 to somewhere around 1,942,445. The pistols were made without mechanical variation throughout that period, but there may be a lot of different cosmetic variations depending on agency issue and commercial sales. In general, earlier pieces were more highly polished and later ones were more of a matte finish. After serial number 1,560,901 in 1981, all BM pistols were fitted with a ramped and serrated front sight. At approximately this same serial number a few other shortcuts were used to expedite production – a shorter rollmark/slide legend, coarser polish limited to side of the slide and frame, and all the small parts were given a bead blast matte finish. The slide cocking serrations are also reduced in number on these later pistols. There have been at least four importers of ex-Spanish BMs to the United States: Garcia Sporting Arms, Interarms, PW Arms, and Century (CAI). Most of what we see in the US are arms that were traded back in by various Spanish military branches to Star for exchange for newer model 28/30M and 28/30PK pistols. For the Interarms imports, Star reworked all these trade-ins prior to selling them to Interarms. Spain's Guardia Civil used BM's up through about 1990 or so as did many other police agencies in Europe and Latin America. Importers like Interarms got a hold of them when the agencies traded up to more modern designs.” Tag Words: Firearm, Target, Hunting, Range, Carry Conceal, CCW, 9MM, 9x19 MM, 9x19MM, 9 MM Para, 9MM Parabellum, 9 Para, 9Para, 9Parabellum E2308 Star Model BM in 9mm Serial Number 1458956 Semi Auto Pistol ZB9139 SWW

378 - Firearm Sharps-Borchardt 1878 Lever Action Rifle Sharps-Borchardt Model 1878 in .45-70 caliber Single Shot Hammerless Falling-Block Lever Action Rifle (Military variant). Hugo Borchardt designed the Sharps-Borchardt Model 1878, the last rifle made by the Sharps Rifle Co. before its closing in 1881. Rifle features case-hardened blued steel frame; straight American walnut stock & forend; 32” round blued steel barrel; 48.5” overall length; two barrel bands; sling swivels; blade front & flip-up adjustable ladder rear sight; and steel butt-plate. Markings include left side of receiver stamped, “BORCHARDT PATENT -- SHARPS RIFLE CO – BRIDGEPORT, CONN. – USA”; while top of barrel is stamped, “OLD RELIABLE -- SHARPS RIFLE CO. – BRIDGEPORT, CONN.” Rifle shows use and age marks but is otherwise a great example and collector piece. SN: 9032 ANTIQUE - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “The Sharps-Borchardt Model 1878 is a single-shot hammerless falling-block action rifle designed by Hugo Borchardt and made by the Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Company. It closely resembles older Sharps Rifles but has a firing mechanism that uses a hammerless striker rather than a hammer and firing pin like the old Sharps Rifle. This hammerless dropping-block breech-loader was based on a patent granted to Hugo Borchardt in 1877. It was the last of the Sharps single-shot rifles, and the Borchardt did not sell very well. According to company records 22,500 rifles were made in all models from 1877 until the Sharps Rifle Co. closed down in 1881. Although it was designed for the huge black powder "buffalo" cartridges of the day, it came too late, at the very end of the great bison slaughter. Three variants were produced: Military, Sporting, and Express. The Military Sharps-Borchardt was made only in .45-70 with 32" round barrels, whereas the Sporting Model 1878 and the Express Model 1878 were offered with octagonal barrels of varying lengths and calibers. The Military version was purchased by the Militias of the states of Michigan, North Carolina, and Massachusetts. Notwithstanding its lack of commercial success the Sharps-Borchardt is admired for its strength and accuracy: reputed to be one of the strongest if not the strongest rifle action ever built before the latter 20th century. The gun was revolutionary at its time for its use of coil springs as opposed to flat springs. These guns were popular among long-range shooters and Creedmoor Match competitors. Many were rechambered for use as small bore varmint rifles. Surviving guns are highly prized by collectors, especially unmodified examples chambered for heavy .45 and .50-caliber Sharps big-game cartridges.” Tag Words: Gun, Hunting, Guide, Hi-Power, Buffalo, Target, Silhouette, Competition, .45-70, 45-70 Government, .45-70 Government , 45-70 Govt, .45-70 Govt Z12 378 SWW

379 - British General Service Medal W/Iraq Ribbon Named This is a first issue British General Service Medal with ribbon and Iraq clasp. Front: Uncrowned head of King George V with legend: ‘GEORGIVS V BRITT: OMN: REX ET IND: IMP’. Reverse Standing winged figure of Victory, holding a trident in left hand and placing a wreath on the emblems of the two services with her right. Named: 1691 RFMN . SHAH WALI. 3-153-RIFLES. Medal is in very good condition with intact ribbon. ZC1955 DT

380 - Firearm Joseph Lang Percussion SxS Shotgun Antique Joseph Lang of London Black Powder Side x Side Percussion Shotgun features “Joseph Lang, 22 Cockspur Street, London” stamped on the tape of the barrels and has an engraved receiver. Other features include (2) round 29” side-by-side Damascus steel barrels in 20 gauge; two exposed percussion hammers; dual triggers; checkered wood stock & forearm; wood butt plate; bead front sight; and 45" overall length. Condition grades at 75%. Used. ANTIQUE BLACK POWDER - NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Gun, Continental, Black Powder, Sport Shooting, Hunting Z12 380 SWW

381 - India Service Medal 1854 With Ribbon & Bar A very rare 1854 India Service Medal with Ribbon and Bar titled: Burma 1889-92". The ribbon is bright with color and appears to be original to the medal. Overall condition grades at Very Good condition with only slight wear. Named: 2407 Private Geo. Voysey 2nd Bn Devonshire Regt.. The India General Service Medal 1854 - 189 Instituted 22nd December 1853 after the Pegu campaign - with a recommendation being approved three months later to issue further bars for the same medal for any future campaigns and actions. Titled the "India General Service Medal" but the geographical range covered by this medal is much larger, including Persia and Malaya. Description: 36mm diameter silver or bronze. Obverse - the diademed head of Queen Victoria and the legend "VICTORIA REGINA". Reverse depicts the winged figure of Victory crowning a seated warrior with a wreath. Naming : Generally early issues impressed - later engraved. Ribbon: red, with two dark blue stripes. A very well detailed medal. ZC1955 DT

382 - Gun CBC GR-8 in 22 LR Semi Auto Rifle FIE imported Brazilian made CBC GR-8 in .22 LR Semi Auto Rifle is a clone of the Remington 66 Nylon and has a Tasco 4x15 riflescope attached. Features a 15 round tube magazine that is fed through the stock. Other features include blued finish, black hard plastic one-piece checkered stock & forend, 19” barrel, 15 rd. tube magazine, adjustable rear semi buckhorn sight, fixed blade front sight, butt plate, manual safety and charging handle on right side. Condition grades at 85% with some wear to the finish and stock. The rifle is great for hours of enjoyment plinking targets or small game hunting. Used. From the internet, “CBC produced their standard model black-stocked, blued Nylon 66 clones for the importer Firearms International (F.I.E.) in the late 80s, and these were imported into the U.S. The rifle was imported by F.I.E. until 1990 and was known as the “GR-8 Black Beauty.” Both Remington and F.I.E. therefore offered nylon semi-autos concurrently for a time, competing for essentially the same market. Each of these rifles was serial numbered on the left of the receiver cover, with “GR,” a space, and 5 digits, such as “GR 12345.” The same number was placed on the barrel under the front sight.” Tag Word: Firearm, Target, Plinking, Hunting, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle E2314 CBC Model GR-8 in 22 LR Serial Number GR37182 Semi Auto Rifle ZB9139 SWW

383 - Firearm Sharps 1874 in 45-70 Lever Action Rifle This C. Sharps Model 1874 in .45-70 caliber Single Shot Lever Action Rifle is a highly accurate sporting model that features case-hardened blued steel frame; straight-grip style American walnut stock & Schnabel forend; 28” round heavy steel barrel; hooded front & flip-up ladder notch rear sight with Creedmoor adjustable peep-hole Tang rear sight; and steel butt-plate. Markings include left side of receiver stamped, “C. SHARPS PAT -- SEPT, 12th, 1848”; right side of receiver is stamped, “C. SHARPS PAT -- OCT, 5th, 1852”; and top of barrel is stamped, “SHARPS RIFLE CO. – BRIDGEPORT, CONN. – 45 CALIBRE 2 1/10 ”. “Old Reliable” is etched on the mid-barrel in front of flip-up sight. Barrel was later stamped, “FROM W.E. SHEARD – TACOMA, WASH” who was a gun dealer in Washington that marked every gun sold from his store. SN: C,47587 ANTIQUE - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “Sharps made sporting versions from the late 1840s until the late 1880s. After the American Civil War, converted Army surplus rifles were made into custom firearms, and the Sharps factory produced Models 1869 and 1874 in large numbers for commercial buffalo hunters and frontiersmen. These large-bore rifles were manufactured with some of the most powerful black powder cartridges ever made. Sharps also fabricated special long-range target versions for the then-popular Creedmoor style of 1,000-yard (910 m) target shooting. Many modern black powder cartridge silhouette shooters use original and replica Sharps rifles to target metallic silhouettes cut in the shapes of animals at ranges up to 500 meters. Shiloh Rifle Manufacturing Company, and C Sharps Arms of Big Timber, Montana, have been manufacturing reproductions of the Sharps Rifle since 1983 and 1979, respectively.” Tag Words: Gun, Hunting, Guide, Hi-Power, Buffalo, Target, Silhouette, Competition, .45-70, 45-70 Government, .45-70 Government , 45-70 Govt, .45-70 Govt Z12 383 SWW

384 - Bayonet (2) Military Bayonets w/ Scabbard Lot has (1) German and (1) US Bayonet with Scabbards. Includes (1) reproduction German K98 Mauser military bayonet with metal scabbard features a 10” blade with 15.25” overall length. The blade is in nice condition and shows very little oxidation; there are no markings on the blade. The handle shows some weathering and light pitting. The scabbard is good with one ding; the paint is worn. Leather bayonet frog is in fair condition; and (1) US Military Model M5 Bayonet with an original M8A1 scabbard. The M5 bayonet has a 6.75” blade, and overall length is 11.5”. Weight is 11½ ounces. The blade has one side sharpened for its full length and three inches of the other side are sharpened. There is a relatively large push button release to deal with removal while wearing gloves. The stud on the bayonet cross guard fits the gas cylinder lock screw under the M1 barrel. Locking grooves attach to the bayonet lug on the rifle. The M5 fits only the M1 and does not interchange with any other firearms. The grips are checkered black molded plastic and all metal parts are a dark gray parkerized finish. There are no markings on the blade. The manufacturer name “Imperial” and "US M5" is stamped under the cross guard. The metal scabbard and canvas frog are in good condition for their age. These are a perfect addition for any military collector or someone who collects military edge weapons. From the internet: “The M1884/98 III Knife bayonet for use with the 8 mm. Mauser Kar 98K rifle of the Second World War. This bayonet will also mount to most other Mauser bolt-action rifles that were based on the M1898.” From the internet: “The first knife bayonet was introduced for the first German rifle with a magazine Rifle M1871/84. The knife-bayonet, which had been adopted in January 1884, was named M71/84. This bayonet was one of the very first adopted knife bayonets in the world. Another modification of the S84/98 bayonet, designated as the K98 bayonet, began production in 1934. Mass production started in 1936. The K98 bayonet was a standard issue item and was accompanied by a bayonet frog to be worn on the reverse left side of the load carrying waist belt. The K98 bayonet remained the standard issue bayonet through-out the war with minor manufacturing variations.” From the internet: “The M5 Bayonet was adopted by the U.S. Military in 1953 to replace other bayonets for the U.S. rifle, caliber .30, M1 (Garand). It uses the M8A1 scabbard. During the Korean War, the M1 bayonet and M1905 bayonet which mount to the M1 were proven difficult to remove with gloves on. As a result the U.S. M5 Garand bayonet was designed and issued in 1953. This was a total redesign and looks nothing like the original M1905 or M1 bayonets for the M1 Garand. The M5 is the only U.S. bayonet without a barrel mount ring on the cross guard, making it look more like a fighting knife than a bayonet.” Tag words: Gun, Accessories, Supplies, Authentic, WWII, WW2, World War II, Japan, Rising Sun, Germany, US Army, Vintage ZB8950 384 SWW

385 - Gun Head Down PV13 in 5.56 Semi Auto Rifle Head Down Model PV13 in .223/5.56MM Semi Auto Rifle (ALL) is an AR-15 style rifle that features Provectus Billet Receiver, black matte finish, HDF telescoping stock, Head Down 13” Free-Floating Rail style handguard, (1) 30 rd. capacity magazine included, forward assist, brass deflector, safety selector, 16" chrome-lined HDP profile barrel, A-2 flash hider, and black Ergo rubber Ambi-grip pistol grip. Condition grades at 95%+. Like new in case. Tag Words: Firearm, M4, Tactical, AR15, AR-15, Military, Prepper, Prepping, 223 Rem, 223Rem, .223 Rem, .223Rem, 223 Remington, 223Remington, .223Remington, 5.56MM, 556 MM, 556MM, 5.56x45 MM, 5.56x45MM, 5.56 x 45 MM, 5.56 x 45MM, NATO D2927 Head Down PV13 in 5.56 caliber Serial Number PV000099 Semi Auto Rifle Z12 SWW

386 - Firearm American Security Products Gun Ammo Safe Firearm American Security Products Large Gun & Ammo or Money Safe. A very large and secure American Security Products Firearm Safe. Measures 60" tall x 20.75" deep and 25.25" across. A very secure safe with combination lock (has numbers to open it). Very heavy top quality. A must have for anyone who collects guns, coins or other valuables items that need secured storage. **We can not ship this item** but can assist with locating a qualified safe mover to move it to your location. A very nice safe or vault with a grey enamel paint. Some scuffs and scratches outside. Fireproof. Inside of safe is lined with grey carpet and features racks to hold firearms or other valuables. Inside bottom of floor has carpet covered wood panel over the floor. The bottom is lined with lead blocks and can be bolted to the floor if need be. The wall thickness on this safe is about twice as much as current safes you’d find at Cabela’s or similar. American Security doesn’t make a safe this heavy duty anymore. Get max security for your items. Tag Words: Gun Storage, Security, Handgun, Rifle, Strong Box, Safety ZB9074 TKT

387 - Firearm Colt 3rd Model Single Shot Derringer Highly collectable rare antique Colt 3rd Model Single Shot .41 Rimfire caliber Derringer features side-pivoting action, nickel finish over brass body, hardwood grips, 2.5 " steel barrel, 5" overall length, front blade sight, and spur hammer & trigger. This derringer will complete an old west / gambler costume, and provide some fun at the same time. Condition grades at 60%. Used. ANTIQUE – NO ADDITONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag Word: Gun, Collectible, Historic, Bicycle Gun, Pocket Gun, Boot Gun Z12 387 SWW

388 - Firearm Lot of (3) Long Gun Hard Cases Lot of (3) Long Gun Hard Cases includes (2) Gun Guard brown/tan nylon hard cases scoped/non-scoped; and (1) Doskosil brown/tan vinyl scoped long gun cases. All cases have foam interior and are used but serviceable. Tag Words: Gun, Storage, Rifle, Carry, Stowing, Travel ZB7896 388 SWW

389 - Firearm Sharps 1863 in 52 cal Lever Action Carbine This Sharps New Model 1863 in .52 caliber Percussion Breech-Loading Saddle-Ring Carbine (MLLL) is a very rare piece of Civil War era history as it is one of the few still in the original percussion configuration (not converted to metallic cartridge)! This Sharps 1863 “Saddle-Ring” Carbine is well marked throughout. The left of the receiver is marked, “C. SHARPS PAT – SEPT 12th 1848”; while the right side is marked, “R.S. LAWRENCE PAT – APRIL 12th 1859” & “C. SHARPS PAT – OCT 5th 1852”. The barrel top is marked, “SHARPS RIFLE – MANUFG CO – HARTFORD CONN. – NEW MODEL 1863”. Carbine features 22” round barrel; 39” overall length; single barrel band and breechblock. The carbine utilized a .52 caliber nitrated paper cartridge. The carbine has a half-length walnut stock, with a sling bar and ring on the flat, opposite the lock, to facilitate carry by cavalry. The lock, breech and lever mechanism are all case hardened, and the barrel is blued. The trigger guard, butt plate and barrel band are steel; tang is pre-drilled for a Creedmoor sight with 2 ¼” base; and has flip up adjustable ladder rear sight & an iron front sight with a “shark fin” profile is mounted on top of the barrel about an inch from the muzzle. SN: C,6414 ANTIQUE - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “The 1863 carbine version was very popular with the cavalry of both the Union and Confederate armies and was issued in much larger numbers than other carbines of the war; it was top in production in front of the Spencer or Burnside carbine. The falling block action lent itself to conversion to the new metallic cartridges developed in the late 1860s, and many of these converted carbines in .50-70 Government were used during the Indian Wars in the decades immediately following the Civil War. Unlike the Sharps rifle, the carbine was very popular and almost 90,000 were produced. By 1863, it was the most common weapon carried by Union cavalry regiments, although in 1864 many were replaced by 7-shot Spencer carbines. Some Sharps clones were produced by the Confederates in Richmond. Quality was generally poorer and they normally used brass fittings instead of iron. As most of these carbines were issued and in the field at the beginning of the Civil War, a high condition example is an extremely rare and highly prized find for the advanced US Civil War carbine collector.” Tag Words: Gun, Vintage, Civil War, Wild West, .52, 52, .52 cal, .52cal, 52 cal, 52cal Z12 389 SWW

390 - Gun S&W Model 18-4 (DPS) in 22 LR DA Revolver Smith & Wesson Model 18-4 (DPS) in .22 LR Revolver (XLL) and features Single/Double Action, 4” blued steel barrel, 9.75” overall length, 6 round cylinder, front blade & adjustable v-notch rear sights, steel frame with high-speed (or fish hook) serrated hammer, blued steel cylinder, and checkered wood S&W grips. Perfect for home protection or target/ plinking. Made in the U.S.A. Condition grades at 90% due to wear on barrel and grips. Used in case. Tag Word: Firearm, medium frame, K-frame, CCW, service, lightweight, 22LR, .22 LR, .22LR, 22 Long Rifle .22 Long Rifle E2326 Smith & Wesson Model 18-4 in .22 LR Serial Number DPSA15461 Revolver Z12 SWW

391 - 3 British Medals on 1 Bar Named Set Extremely Rare 1 British South Africa Company's Medal, 1896 2 Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal 3 Great Britain, Coronation Medal of Edward VII, Named: 2550 S. Sergt:-Maj: M. T. Elliott. 7th Hussars. The large set shows a lot of wear on the ribbons and one ribbon is separated. The medals are in nice condition but also show use. The Great Britain, Coronation Medal of Edward VII is extremely rare in both large size and miniature, and this lot has both! The miniature set is in very nice condition! This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own this extremely rare set. The British South Africa Company Medal (1890–97). In 1896, Queen Victoria sanctioned the issue by the British South Africa Company of a medal to troops who had been engaged in the First Matabele War. In 1897, the Queen sanctioned another medal for those engaged in the two campaigns of the Second Matabele War: Rhodesia (1896) and Mashonaland (1897). The three medals are the same except for name and date above the lion on the reverse, and the three wordings above the lion denote the campaign for which the medal was issued. The Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal was instituted by King William IV in 1830. The medal remained in use for 100 years, until it was replaced by the Medal for Long Service and Good Conduct (Military) in 1930. During that time the reverse of the medal remained virtually unchanged, while the design of the obverse was altered during the reigns of Queen Victoria, King Edward VII and King George V Great Britain, Medal of Edward VII, Silver, dated 26th June 1902, The obverse has conjoined bust of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. The reverse has Royal cypher and date. ZC1955

392 - Gun Sig Sauer P229 in 40 S&W Semi Auto Pistol Sig Sauer Model P229 in .40 S&W Semi Auto Pistol (CLL) features DA/SA, Nitron coated Stainless Steel barrel and slide, silver hard anodized aluminum alloy frame w/ synthetic black textured grips, 3.75" barrel, 7.25" overall length, weight w/ mag 29.6 oz (unloaded), 10+1 capacity w/ 2 magazines, Siglite 3-dot Night Sights. Condition grades at 95%. Used in box with lock & papers. From the internet: “The P229 was the first pistol to be manufactured in Exeter, New Hampshire. Available in 9mm, .40 S&W and .357 SIG, the P229R is one of the most popular SIG SAUER pistols and carried by thousands of law enforcement professionals throughout the country. The compact size of the P229R makes it ideal for concealed carry. This new version has the new designed slide profile and ergonomic grip.” Tag words: Firearm, concealed carry, self-defense, CCW, law enforcement, military, 40S&W, .40 S&W, .40S&W, 40 SW, 40SW, .40 SW, .40SW, 40 Smith & Wesson, .40 Smith & Wesson, 40Smith & Wesson, .40Smith & Wesson, Smith&Wesson E2323 Sig Sauer Model P229 in 40 S&W Serial Number AM37675 Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

393 - Queen's Sudan Medal 1896-97 W/ Ribbon The Queen's Sudan Medal with Ribbon. Condition is very nice with only normal handling marks for a relic of this age. It is named with a very short Arabic inscription. The Queen's Sudan medal commemorates the forced expansion of the de facto British protectorate of Egypt to the south, into what at the time was a wholly independent Sudan. The previous attempt by British and Egyptian forces to subdue and control these territories failed after the successful Dervish revolt led by Muhammad Ahmad ("The Mahdi"), the climax of which was the defeat of General Gordon at the fall of Khartoum. Description: The obverse bears the bust of Queen Victoria and the legend 'VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX'. The reverse has the winged figure of Victory seated with her arms outstretched holding a palm branch in her left hand and a laurel wreath in her right. In the background are the Royal Standards and below her feet is the word 'SUDAN'. The suspender is straight and attached to the medal with a riveted claw mount. Clasps: None authorized for this medal. Ribbon: 1.25" wide divided in half into black and yellow with a central narrow red stripe. The yellow is said to represent the desert while the black is for the Dervish tribesman and the red for the thin line of British troops. The original ribbon had a corded edge. Naming: Styles of naming varies considerably from engraved neat sloping capitals, upright capitals, impressed thin Roman capitals while some were awarded unnamed. Arabic naming is also found to native troops.

394 - Firearm US Military M20 Rocket Launcher This is an extremely hard to find M20 3.5” Rocket Launcher (Bazooka) NON-FIRING DISPLAY ONLY. Technical data for the M20 describes a 2-person crew (gunner/loader) two-piece smooth-bore rocket launcher firing 3.5” HEAT rockets; electrical firing system; 14 lbs. weight; 30” front barrel and 30” rear barrel; with reflecting ladder type reticle sight that has an 11” armor penetration, 900 yd. max range and a muzzle velocity of 334 fps. From the internet, “The M20A1 and M20A1B1 rocket launchers are two-piece smooth-bore weapons of the open tube type and are fired by an electrical firing mechanism, which contains a magneto that provides the current and is located in the trigger grip. These launchers are designed to be fired from the shoulder in standing, kneeling, sitting, or prone position. To reduce weight, the barrels and many of the components are made of aluminum. These launchers are designed to launch high explosive rockets and smoke rockets against ground targets. These high-explosive antitank rockets are capable of penetrating heavy armor at angles of impact greater than 30°. Replaced the M9A1 2.36 inch (60 mm) rocket launcher. The M20 rocket launcher was used extensively during the Korean War, where its HEAT rocket proved effective against T34 tanks. No longer in U.S. service. Replaced by the M72 LAW.” NON-FIRING DISPLAY ONLY – NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED Tag words: Accessories, Missile, Bomb, Korean War, Vietnam War, WWII, WW II, WW2, WW 2, ZC1955 394 SWW

395 - Firearm Poultney & Trimble Smith’s Carbine Poultney & Trimble Model Smith's Carbine in .50 caliber Single Shot Rifle. This rifle is in excellent condition and is an all-original Civil War Smith Carbine. This Carbine was distributed by Poultney & Trimble of Baltimore, Maryland. Approximately 30,000 Smith Carbines were manufactured during the war and this is one of the earliest made. This Carbine is .50 caliber percussion. The US Government had almost exclusive use of the Smith Carbine production during the war and assigned serial numbers to the various manufacturers. The left side of the receiver is stamped, "ADDRESS / POULTNEY & TRIMBLE / BALTIMORE, U.S.A." Below the address line just behind the sling ring bar is stamped, "SMITH'S PATENT / JUNE 23 1857." Towards the front left side of the receiver, stamped is "MANUFACTURED BY / AM MACHINE WK. / SPRINGFIELD, MASS." The stampings are all clear. The barrel is stamped “L.F.R.” and there are two stylized cartouches on the left side of wood stock. The receiver still retains areas of original case colors and has a pleasing brown patina throughout. The breech area also still has some original case colors and the barrel still retains areas of the original blue finish with the balance turning brown along its entire length. The original brazed front sight base and brass front sight blade is present. The original adjustable rear sight is also present. The bore still has strong rifling present. The breech area has evidence of firing use but was relatively well maintained. The original hammer shows small areas of original case colors. The original black walnut stocks are in excellent condition with no chips and only small dings and match perfectly. The original barrel band is present and has largely turned a brown color. The original butt plate is also present. The original brass disconnector in front of the trigger is present and the connection arm still works as it should although it has worn over time and is not as tight in battery as it once was. Overall, this is a simply superb Civil War Smith Carbine and would stand out in any collection by itself. ANTIQUE - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “The Smith Carbine was a 0.50 caliber breech-loading rifle patented by Gilbert Smith on June 23, 1857 and successfully completed the Military Trials of the late 1850s. It was used by various cavalry units during the American Civil War. The Smith Carbine was unique in that it broke apart in the middle for loading and it used rubber cartridges which sealed the gases in the breech. The downside was that these cartridges were difficult to remove. The carbines were built by Massachusetts Arms Company of Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts; the American Machine Works in Springfield, Massachusetts; or the American Arms Company in Chicopee Falls. The name of the distributor for the manufacturer, Poultney & Trimble of Baltimore, Maryland, is often stamped on the carbine's receivers.” Tag Words: Gun, Vintage, Civil War, Wild West, .50, 50, .50 cal, .50cal, 50 cal, 50cal Z12 395 SWW

396 - Gun Pedersoli 1874 Sharps 45-70 Govt Lever Rifle This Beauchamp imported, Italian made Pedersoli Model 1874 Sharps (High Wall) Falling Block in .45-70 Govt caliber Single Shot Lever Action Rifle (MCLL) is designed after the Sharps 1874. This magnificent sporting rifle features case-hardened coin finish stainless steel frame with intricate engraving (by R. Sanzogni) throughout, and German silver forend cap. Other features include select Walnut straight grip stock & schnable forearm; 31.5” octagonal blued steel barrel; USA 455 tunnel post front & flip-up adjustable rear sights with tang-mounted adjustable USA 454 Creedmoor peep-hole sight; double-set triggers; stylized stainless steel under lever; and crescent stainless steel butt-plate. The select Walnut stock with perfect inletting and the accurate metal engravings make this rifle a true collector’s piece. This is a beautiful shooter in what appears to be unfired condition. Used. Tag Words: Firearm, Hunting, Guide, Hi-Power, Buffalo, Target, Silhouette, Competition, .45-70, 45-70 Government, .45-70 Government , 45-70 Govt, .45-70 Govt C2380 Pedersoli Model Sharps 1874 in 45-70 Govt Serial Number SH4907 Lever Action Rifle Z12 SWW

397 - Gun Barrett 95 in 50 BMG Long Range Rifle Barrett Model 95 in .50 BMG caliber Bolt Action Repeater Rifle (CIEI) features durable matte black parkerized finish; 11.25” 27 MOA M1913 steel optics rail; 5 rd. box steel magazine; simplistic bolt carrier design w/ quick release lever; ergonomic bolt handle design; chrome chambered 29” steel fluted barrel with 1:15 twist; compact, lightweight bullpup design; 3-port high efficiency fanned muzzle brake; fully chromed chamber and bore; accepts rear adjustable monopod; quick detach adjustable bipod; 45” overall length; weighs 23.5 lbs. and ultra-absorbent Sorbothane recoil pad. Would make a great Christmas present! Conditions at New in custom insert Pelican case with papers. From the internet, “The Model 95 may weigh in at a smaller class, but packed into its lightweight bullpup design is the intense power of a .50 caliber magazine-fed weapon, the pinpoint accuracy of a bolt-action rifle and the effortless functionality of a perfectly designed machine. This compact rifle offers the velocity and accuracy of a 29-inch barrel in a lightweight package with an overall length of just 45 inches. The Model 95 is made for those who refuse to sacrifice accuracy for power while allowing the shooter to quickly and accurately fire five rounds, reload with a fresh magazine and get back on target in seconds. Its butt-plate, magazine well and trigger housing are unitized, helping to stiffen the steel lower receiver. The steel upper receiver is reinforced with an M1913 rail and supports the chrome-chambered, fluted barrel. All Barrett rifles are designed for easy field stripping, so the two receivers can be assembled in less than 60 seconds without the use of tools. The bolt carrier itself is a study in innovation designed for speed, reliability and safety. It slides effortlessly on machined-smooth rails, transporting a large bolt that locks into the barrel extension on three lugs. This bolt carrier assembly is a simplistic design with a quick release lever for fast disassembly. The fi ring pin is driven by dual springs designed for consistency and lightning-quick lock time. Adopted by militaries all over the world, the Model 95 is not just proven in battle; it’s also fun to shoot. Tag Word: Firearm, Hunting, Target, Big Game, Long Distance, 50BMG, .50 BMG, .50BMG, 50 Browning MG, .50 Browning MG, 12.7x99 MM, 12.7x99MM, 12.7 x 99 MM C6288 Barrett Model 95 in .50 BMG caliber Serial Number AB000300 Bolt Action Rifle Z12 SWW

398 - Gun IWI Desert Eagle Mk XIX in 50 AE Semi Pistol Nice Israel Weapons Industries (IWI) imported by Magnum Research Model Desert Eagle Mk XIX in .50 AE caliber Semi-Auto Pistol (OLL). This Single Action pistol features a 6” barrel length, 10.75” overall length, 72 oz weight, serrated trigger, fixed blade front & notch rear sights, high quality carbon steel slide and frame, black carbon oxide finish, 7 round capacity magazine (1 magazine included), ambidextrous thumb safety, textured black rubber grips, and combat style ribbed hammer. Condition grades at 95%. Used in Box with papers and lock. Tag Words: Firearm, 1911, Collectible, 50AE, .50AE, 50 AE, .50 AE, 50Action Express, 50 Action Express, .50Action Express, .50 Action Express E2370 IWI Model Desert Eagle Mk XIX in 50 AE Serial Number 39201028 Semi Auto Pistol Z12 SWW

399 - Queen's South Africa Medal With Ribbon, Named Queen's South Africa Medal with ribbon and named with the following on the edge: 2407 Cpl. G. Voysey, Regt. Devon, Condition is very nice with deep colors to the original ribbon. Beautiful details on both obverse and reverse. Features to clasps. Relief of Ladysmith & Tugela Heights. This is the Ghost Date Version. From the Internet: The obverse of this medal has the crowned bust of Queen Victoria with the inscription 'VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX'. There were three reverses to the QSA but all three had many similarities. All have the figure of Britannia facing right with her hand stretched out holding a wreath. Behind her is her shield bearing the Union Flag and in the background can be seen the ships of the Royal Navy and soldiers marching into battle. Above Britannia are the words 'SOUTH AFRICA'. The first reverse type contain the raised dates '1899 1900' and is explained here. The second type used to have the dates but these have been removed leaving what are referred to as 'ghost dates' on the reverse and the third type has no dates. For the first two types, the wreath on the reverse points to the 'R' in the word Africa. For the third type, the wreath points to the letter 'F' in the word Africa. A clasp inscribed "Relief of Ladysmith" will be granted to all troops in Natal north of and including Estcourt between December 15th, 1899, and February 28th, 1900, both dates inclusive. clasp inscribed "Tugela Heights" will be granted to all troops of the Natal Field Force, exclusive of the Ladysmith garrison, employed in the operations north of an east and west line through Chieveley Station between February 14th and 27th, 1900, both dates inclusive. A great piece of history! ZC1955 DT

399a - Firearm Burnside 1864 Lever Action Carbine This Burnside Model 1864 in .54 caliber Percussion Breech-Loading Saddle-Ring Carbine is a Civil War era rifle. This particular rifle is the second fourth model or commonly called the fifth model as evidenced with a screw on the right side of action to prevent the block from falling out of the action to speed up loading. This Burnside Carbine is lightly marked, “BURNSIDE PATENT – MODEL OF 1864”; while the right side is lightly marked, “BURNSIDE RIFLE CO. – PROVIDENCE, R.I.” The barrel top is marked, “STEEL 1864”. Carbine features 20” round barrel; 39.5” overall length; single barrel band and breechblock. The carbine has a half-length walnut stock, with a sling bar and ring on the flat, opposite the lock, to facilitate carry by cavalry. The lock, breech and lever mechanism are all case hardened, and the barrel is blued. The trigger guard, butt plate and barrel band are steel; tang is pre-drilled for a Creedmoor sight with 2 ¼” base; and has flip up rear sight & an iron front sight with a “shark fin” profile is mounted on top of the barrel about an inch from the muzzle. SN: 15128 ANTIQUE - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “The Burnside, one of the best carbines of the Civil War, was designed by one of its worst generals. Actually, Maj. Gen. Ambrose Everett Burnside had sold the interest in his breechloader well before the war started, so he was unencumbered with the need to further its development or, sadly, to reap the proceeds that would have resulted from its success as the conflict’s third most widely produced Federal carbine, after the Sharps and Spencer. Burnside’s invention employed a rotating block, released by a loading lever that was activated by a hinged, clamping catch. It chambered a unique .54-cal. cone-shaped brass cartridge with a thick, rounded belt (there were also some earlier, coiled cases, sans belt) at its mouth and a small hole in the base that allowed ignition from a separate percussion cap. The round was loaded, base down, into the chamber. Next, the lever was closed and the block locked in place with the belt halfway between the chamber and barrel, providing an excellent seal. After the carbine was fired, the lever was again lowered and the spent case easily removed from the block with one’s fingers. If extraction became difficult, it was possible to pull it out with the base of the next cartridge. After the soldier got the hang of it, a Burnside could easily be fired in excess of a dozen rounds a minute. The Burnside Carbine (there were rifles, too) went through a considerable evolutionary process and provides a fertile area for the collector. About 300 First Models were produced by the Bristol Firearm Co. in Bristol, R.I., a manufactory founded by Burnside himself. It was a .54 caliber with an overall length of 40 inches. First Models had no fore-stock and incorporated a unique side lever, which operated a tape primer and also locked the breechblock in the open position. The carbine’s frame was case-hardened, and the barrel was blued. Second Models did away with the side lever and tape primer, though they still had no fore-stock. Premier Second Models were made by the Bristol Firearm Co., though later ones were produced by the reorganized Burnside Rifle Co., in Providence, R.I. The Third Model, fitted with a for-stock, was introduced in 1861 at the request of the U.S. Ordnance Dept. A Fourth, and final, variant appeared toward the end of the Civil War. It had a double pivoting breechblock to make the gun easier to open and close. Later on, a second type of Fourth Model (sometimes called “Fifth Model”) appeared with a screw in the right side of the action to prevent the block from dropping out of the action, thus speeding up loading. These guns will be seen with both blued and case-hardened frames. Markings on most Fourth Models are, “BURNSIDE’S PATENT/MODEL OF 1864,” though there are some examples with the earlier 1856 date.” Tag Words: Gun, Vintage, Civil War, Wild West, .54, 54, .54 cal, .54cal, 54 cal, 54cal Z12 399a SWW

400 - Firearm Engraved Henry 1866 in .44 RF Lever Rifle This early Henry marked Winchester Model 1866 in .44 RF Lever Action Rifle features an intricately engraved “Indian Hunting Buffalo” brass receiver. Other features include 24.25" octagonal barrel; full magazine tube, half nickel blade front sight & 800 yd. leaf ladder rear sight with retaining screw. Top of barrel is marked “HENRY’S PATENT-OCT. 16. 1860 / KING’S-PATENT-MARCH 29, 1866.” Brass receiver mounted with straight grain walnut; smooth straight grip; brass crescent butt-plate with trap door; inlet base with swivel 5.25? from toe and standard forend with brass nose cap with integral base sling swivel. The barrel and magazine tube retain 70-75% original blue with some toning to brown, bright on sharp edges, normal minor nicks & dings and some minor spotting of fine surface oxidation. Receiver was polished years ago, some remaining sharp edges, some normal minor nicks & dings and retains a mellow brass color. Loading gate shows strong original nitro blue with some silvering in trough. Hammer shows dark original case colors with some minor silvering on sides. Lever retains a silver and brown patina blend. Stock is sound with some normal nicks, dings & minor dents with hand-worn patina in grip area. Forend is sound with minor nicks & dings; it retains a hand-worn patina. Mechanics are crisp, good bore with distinct rifling lightly frosted. SN: 25521L ANTIQUE - NO ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK REQUIRED From the internet, “Originally dubbed the “Improved Henry” because of improvements like the addition of the King’s Patent loading gate on the receiver’s right side (rather than being loaded from the magazine’s muzzle end), a fully enclosed magazine and a wood forearm, over 170,000 of these brass-framed .44 caliber lever-actions left the factory between 1866 and 1898, long after stronger centerfire ammunition had eclipsed the ’66’s weaker rimfire fodder. Whether in full rifle or carbine form, the so-called Yellowboy ’66 was a favorite with California Sheriff Harry Morse; many Native Americans, including Sioux medicine man Sitting Bull; and Custer’s favorite Arikara scout, Bloody Knife; along with members of the Powell Geographic Expedition of the Grand Canyon in 1869; and 1890s outlaw Bill Doolin, to name a few.” Tag Words: Gun, Vintage, Cowboy, Winchester, Wild West, Buffalo Hunting, 44RF, .44 RF, .44RF, 44 RF, .44 Rim Fire, 44 Rim Fire, .44Rimfire, 44Rimfire, .44Henry, .44 Henry, 44Henry, 44 Henry, 44 Long Rimfire, .44 Long Rimfire, 11x23mmR, 11x23mm Rimmed ZB9188 400 SWW




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