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Auctioneer Amoskeag Auction Co 603-627-7383
Auction Date Aug 26 Auction
Location
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Manchester, NH
Time 09:00AM
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Lot: 1 - Excellent Winchester Model 61 Slide Action Rifle

serial #304002, 22 WMR (Marked 22 WIN. MAG. R.F.), 24" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this lovely grooved receiver rifle retain 99% original blue with some light operational wear on the magazine tube and barrel. The

Lot: 2 - Winchester Model 52E Bolt Action Rifle

serial #E125345, 22 LR, 28" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue finish. The target stock rates excellent with a couple handling marks from the years. The rifle has a handstop, two target blocks, six

Lot: 3 - Colt Camp Perry Model Pistol

serial #834, 22 LR, 10" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1927 made pistol retains about 97% factory blue with light wear on the knuckle, high edge wear and scratches. The checkered walnut factory service grips with silver Colt medallions rate near

Lot: 4 - Colt Shooting Master Revolver

serial #333202, 38 Special, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. A lovely example of a 1932 made revolver, it retains about 98% plus factory original blue finish with a few very sparsely scattered, very light speckles of oxidation and limited high edge

Lot: 5 - Winchester Model 1885 Low Wall Falling Block Rifle

serial #100438, 32 WCF, 32" No. 2 weight octagon barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel retains about 95-97% original blue, the loss is due primarily to some very light fading, muzzle wear and a 1 1/2" area of toning to pewter-brown on the

Lot: 6 - As-New L.C. Smith Field Grade Featherweight

serial #FWM58251, 12 ga., 28" ventilated rib barrels choked modified and a light full with bright excellent as-new bores. The barrels on this lovely Marlin-made L.C. Smith shotgun retain near 99% original blue, the only loss being some light box

Lot: 7 - Lovely Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver

serial #212569, .31 cal, 6" octagon barrel with a bright very good plus to very near excellent bore which shows only some sparsely scattered very light oxidation. The barrel retains about 95-97% original blue, the loss due to flaking on the left

Lot: 8 - Very Fine Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion

serial #235343, .31 cal, 5" octagon barrel with a good to near very good bore which shows strong rifling but with scattered light oxidation and pitting. The barrel is rather nice showing perhaps 20% original flaked bright blue, the balance faded to

Lot: 9 - Colt Gold Cup National Match Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #4996-NM, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely 1959 made Gold Cup retains about 98% factory blue with a few scratches and light high edge wear. The checkered walnut factory grips with gold Colt medallions rate excellent. The

Lot: 10 - Excellent U.S. Model 1911A1 Pistol by Union Switch

serial #1070696, 45 ACP, 5" High Standard barrel with a bright excellent bore. This is an absolutely wonderful "Switch". The metal surfaces retain about 98 to near 99% original dark black Du-lite finish, the loss being some very light high edge wear

Lot: 11 - Stevens Hunter's Pet No. 34 Pocket Rifle

serial #4100, 22 LR, 17 3/4" octagon barrel with an about very good bore which shows good rifling most of its length with some sparsely scattered light pinprick pits here and there, more prominent near the throat. The barrel retains about 70%

Lot: 12 - Stevens New Model No. 40 Pocket Rifle

serial #32633, 22 LR, 12" part octagon part round barrel with a good to perhaps near very good bore which shows strong evident rifling but with scattered light pitting its full-length, more prominent near the breech end. The barrel retains about 97%

Lot: 13 - Fine Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

serial #265835, 32 W.S., 26" octagon barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting and light pitting but strong rifling. The receiver retains 75% original blue with a couple small spots of lightly cleaned pitting on the right side,

Lot: 14 - Winchester Model 64 Deluxe Lever Action Carbine

serial #1092325, 32 W.S., 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The receiver and lever retain 85% original blue with the bottom lower tang screw showing moderate slot damage, scattered fading to gray, freckling and light silvering. The nosecap,

Lot: 15 - Colt Model 1905 Semi-Automatic Pistol

serial #2718, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with a bright very good plus to near excellent bore which shows sparse light frosting, primarily within the grooves. The metal surfaces retain perhaps 90-92% original blue, the chief loss being toning to a gray-brown

Lot: 16 - Smith & Wesson Model K-22 Masterpiece Double

serial #K205802, 22 LR, 6" pinned and ribbed barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this 1953 5-screw revolver retain 99% original blue with a few minor handling marks and a couple of specks of oxidation. The trigger and hammer

Lot: 17 - High Standard Model 102 Olympic Citation Semi-Auto

serial #994808, 22 Short, 6 3/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98-99% original blue with a little fading on the rear gripstrap and a couple of specks of oxidation. The checkered brown plastic grips rate excellent. The

Lot: 18 - Custom Colt Detective Special Revolver

serial #383522, 38 Special, 2" barrel with an excellent bore. This beautiful gun has been professionally reworked in the same guise as the famed "Fitz Special" sold in limited numbers by Colt. The concept was the brainchild of J. H. "Fitz" FitzGerald

Lot: 19 - Colt Detective Special Revolver

serial #C42175, 38 Special, 2" tapered barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1973 made second issue gun retain about 99% factory nickel plate with a few minor handling marks and a light turn ring. The checkered walnut factory

Lot: 20 - Early C96 Broomhandle Conehammer Semi Auto Pistol

serial #830, 30 Mauser, 5 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this lovely pistol retain 98% original blue with some light silvering around the muzzle, some light further silvering and a few tiny dings on the locking block.

Lot: 21 - German C96 "Red Nine" Broomhandle Semi Auto Pistol

serial #876, 9mm, 5 1/2" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered light pitting and frosting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 85% original blue with a few spots of freckling, some silvering scratches and scattered fading to

Lot: 22 - Pre-War Belgian Army Hi-Power Semi Auto Pistol by

serial #25139, 9mm, 4 5/8" barrel with a very good plus bore that has some light pitting and frosting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 98% of a quality restored blue with some scattered blued-over pinprick pitting, a few tiny dings on

Lot: 23 - Rare Dual-Tone German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by

serial #6943d, 9mm, 5" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows a couple pits in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this second variation, third type byf 44-coded pistol retain 90% original phosphate with light silvering and freckling of the

Lot: 24 - German P.08 Luger BYF-Marked Pistol by Mauser

serial #3170y, 9mm, 4'' barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% original salt blue, the loss due to high edge wear and sparsely scattered pinprick pitting along the frame. The toggle is marked byf, the

Lot: 25 - Merkel 211E Bockbuchsflinte Over Under Combination

serial #106128, 12 ga. x 243 Win, 25 1/2" barrels with bright excellent bores, the shotgun barrel choked full. The barrels retain about 98-99% original maker blue with a tiny amount of loss at the muzzles. The French gray scalloped boxlock frame

Lot: 26 - German Drilling Combination Gun by Fortuna

serial #962384, 16 ga. x 7x65R with 22 magnum sub caliber chamber insert. 24 3/4" barrels with bright excellent bores in all, the shotgun bores choked modified and full. The barrels on this quality Suhl-made drilling retain about 95% original blue,

Lot: 27 - J. P. Sauer and Sohn Drilling Combination Gun

serial #G3112, 16 ga. x 7x65R, 25 1/2" barrels with bright excellent bores, the shotgun barrels choked modified and full. The barrels retain about 97% original blue, the loss due to even fading along with the widely scattered light handling mark here

Lot: 28 - Cased Colt Model 1877 Lightning Double Action

serial #95311, 38 Colt, 4 1/2" barrel with a bright about excellent bore which shows sharp rifling but with a few spots of very sparsely scattered light oxidation or perhaps light pinprick pitting. The barrel and ejector rod housing retain perhaps

Lot: 29 - Exceptional and Rare Colt John Wayne Commemorative

serial #JW-P55, 45 Colt, 4 3/4" barrel with an as-new, un-fired bore. All of the metal surfaces on this astonishing revolver retain all their original deep factory blue and gold-plated finishes. John Wayne, "The Duke", needs no introduction here. To

Lot: 30 - Wonderful Colt John Wayne Commemorative Deluxe

serial #JW-D55, 45 Colt, 4 3/4" barrel with a bright excellent, unfired, bore. The metal surfaces on this stunning revolver retain all of their original factory silver plate. The revolver has a lovely pink-purple tarnished silver patina and features

Lot: 31 - Wonderful Moore's Patent Firearms Front-Loading

serial #9453, .32 caliber teat fire, 3 1/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This is likely the finest Moore's frontloading revolver that we have encountered. The barrel retains a strong 50% bright original blue, the loss due to some contaminant

Lot: 32 - Exceptional Manhattan Firearms Company Navy Model

serial #4675, .36 cal., 5" barrel with an excellent bright bore. This rare barrel length retains about 98% factory blue with light edge wear and flaking on the left flat near the muzzle. The muzzle is still bright with light oxidation on the factory

Lot: 33 - Manhattan Firearms Company Navy Model Percussion

serial #69064, .36 cal., 4" octagon barrel with strong rifling but sparsely scattered light pitting or oxidation. This late production series IV revolver remains in attractive condition. The barrel has crisp two-line Newark address and retains about

Lot: 34 - Cooper Navy Model Double Action Percussion

serial #2347, .36 cal., 4" octagon barrel with an excellent bore exhibiting a few minor traces of oxidation. The barrel retains about 90 – 95% factory blue with light edge wear, handling marks and areas thinning to purple-brown. The cylinder

Lot: 35 - Scarce Colt New Service Target Revolver

serial #333379, 44 Special, scarce 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This delightful revolver was produced in 1932 and has the seldom seen shorter barrel. The metal surfaces retain about 97% factory blue with limited high edge wear, a few scratches,

Lot: 36 - Sharps Model 1853 Percussion Sporting Rifle

serial #8070, about .37 caliber or 90 bore, 26" octagon barrel with a very good bore that shows strong deep rifling. This rifle features factory adjustable double set triggers along with a factory triggerplate mounted sling staple and ring. The rifle

Lot: 37 - Sharps Sporting Rifle

serial #C,2011, 45 2 6/10", 30" octagon barrel with a good plus bore that is mostly bright but shows a couple patches of oxidation. This is an interesting rifle built on a Sharps New Model 1863 cartridge converted carbine frame. The barrel is

Lot: 38 - Percussion Over Under Buck and Ball Gun by L.L.

.34 caliber rifled barrel over .618 or about 20 bore smoothbore barrel. Both bores rate good showing some light oxidation and pitting and the top of the barrel is marked "L.L. HEPBURN / COLTON. N.Y.". This over and under configuration is one that was

Lot: 39 - 19th Century Percussion Converted Brass Barreled

Bore about 1.9" at muzzle, 18" brass barrel with flared muzzle. The top of the barrel is marked "LONDON / WARRANTED" but the barrel shows no British proofs. The lock is convex shaped with a pronounced teat at rear, is 6 3/4" in length and bears a

Lot: 40 - Rare Early Swiss Model 1900 Luger Pistol by DWM

serial #79, 30 Luger, 4 3/4" "pencil" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain perhaps 97% original blue, the loss due to fading on the triggerguard, wear on the bottom of the frontstrap and light operational wear on the

Lot: 41 - Swiss Model 1906 Military Luger Pistol by DWM

serial #9116, 30 Luger, 4 3/4" "pencil" barrel with a bright about excellent bore showing minor spots of pitting along its length. The metal surfaces retain about 95-97% original blue, the loss due to wear on the bottom of the frontstrap, muzzle,

Lot: 42 - Extremely Rare Swiss Commercial Model Mauser

serial #3721v, 7.65mm, 4 3/4" "pencil" barrel with a bright about excellent bore showing minor frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain perhaps 99% original blue and the straw parts are showing a strong straw temper with only minor fading

Lot: 43 - Rare Colt Single Action Army Revolver

serial #353837, 38 Colt Special, 5 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. Only 82 standard frame Colt Single Action Army Revolvers were chambered in 38 Colt Special as it, and its identical twin the 38 S&W Special, did not gain a huge following

Lot: 44 - Colt Single Action Army Revolver

serial #173540, 45 Colt, 7 1/2" barrel with a bright very good plus to near excellent bore which shows only some very sparsely scattered light oxidation or perhaps a very fine pinprick pit here or there. The barrel is a deep gray-brown patina with

Lot: 45 - Colt U.S. Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver

serial #113074, 45 Colt, 7 1/2" barrel with an about very good bore which shows strong rifling but with scattered pitting its full-length, a few spots near the muzzle which may be slightly more moderate. The metal surfaces are an overall dull pewter

Lot: 46 - U.S. Model 1922 M1 Bolt Action Rifle by

serial #20831, 22 LR, 25" 11-31 dated Springfield barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 93% arsenal blue finish with some tiny light oxidation spots on floorplate, a couple tiny spots of freckling on barrel, some silvering on

Lot: 47 - U.S. M1C Garand Sniper Rifle by Springfield Armory

serial #3790195, 30-06, 24" 6-46 dated Springfield barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 70% arsenal parkerized finish with scattered fading, some light silvering near barrel and

Lot: 48 - U.S. Model 1892 Krag Bolt Action Rifle by

serial #9295, 30-40 Krag, 30" barrel with an about very good bore that shows scattered light pitting and frosting but strong rifling. The receiver, bands, magazine box, bolt and triggerguard are a silver pewter appearing lightly cleaned with some

Lot: 49 - Winchester Model 1895 Lee Navy Bolt Action Rifle

serial #199, 6mm Lee Navy, 28" barrel with a good bore that shows frosting throughout, scattered pitting but evident rifling. The metal surfaces are mostly a dull gray patina with the top of bolt and bolt handle retaining much of a fire blue finish,

Lot: 50 - Extremely Rare Original Case V-42 Commando

Manufactured by the Case Knife Co. in 1942, 3600 knives were made, about 70 with short scabbards to the U.S.N. with the remainder going to the First Special Force, which because of its acuities was connected to the O.S.S. When the O.S.S. was

Lot: 51 - Winchester Model 61 Slide Action Rifle

serial #258082, 22 S/L/LR(Marked .22 S.L. OR L.R."), 24" round barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this grooved receiver rifle retain 98% original blue with some light operational

Lot: 52 - Early Winchester Model 61 WRF Slide Action Rifle

serial #6887, 22 WRF, 24" octagon barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows a couple minor spots of frost in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain about 85% original blue with a few spots of lightly-cleaned pitting on the receiver, a few

Lot: 53 - Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

serial #136198, 32 WCF, 24" octagon barrel with a very good bore that shows a few areas of frosting and light pitting but strong rifling. The lever is primarily a dull brown patina with a few tiny spots of light oxidation staining while the receiver

Lot: 54 - Scarce Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Carbine

serial #1072459, 32 W.S., 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The receiver is a dull gray patina with a couple tiny dings at top of right side, some light silvering and scattered oxidation staining. The stainless barrel is a bright gray color

Lot: 55 - Pair of British Flintlock Dueling Pistols by

.65 cal, 9" octagon barrels with very good plus and good to near very good bores respectively, one with light oxidation, the other slightly more prominent with some light pitting. One barrel is a smooth gray patina with hints of plum, the other

Lot: 56 - German C96 Semi-Auto Pistol by Mauser Oberndorf

serial #31119, 30 Mauser, 5 1/2" barrel with a very good bore showing some scattered pitting and oxidation but strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this early shallow-milled large ring transitional pistol retain about 85% original blue

Lot: 57 - German C96 Semi-Auto Pistol by Mauser Oberndorf

serial #874466, 30 Mauser, 5 1/2" barrel with a very good plus bore showing just a hint of frosting. This late Model 1930 pistol has been exquisitely refinished, possibly by the factory itself, with about 99% deep blue showing some minor handling

Lot: 58 - German C96 Semi-Auto Pistol by Mauser Oberndorf

serial #191925, 30 Mauser, 5 1/2" barrel with a very good bore showing some frosting and scattered pitting but strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this pistol retain about 95% original blue with high edge and operational wear, some

Lot: 59 - German C96 Semi-Auto Pistol by Mauser Oberndorf

serial #176027, 30 Mauser, 5 1/2" barrel with a good bore that shows some moderate pitting through the first half, but strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this pistol retain about 80% original blue with areas of cleaned light pitting and

Lot: 60 - German C96 Broomhandle Conehammer Semi Auto Pistol

serial #2133, 30 Mauser, 5 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this fixed sight and high-condition pistol retain 97% original blue with a few spots of light fading, a tiny ding on the locking block, some light silvering on

Lot: 61 - Ljutic Monogun Single Barrel Trap Shotgun

serial #2976, 12 ga, 32" ported high ventilated rib barrel choked modified with a bright excellent bore. The barrel retains about 98% original matte black finish with just a few handling marks while the receiver retains about 90% with some high edge

Lot: 62 - NCP Products Mach One Single Barrel Trap Shotgun

serial #102, 12 ga, 33" high ventilated rib screw-choke barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel of this shotgun retains about 98% original matte black finish with some high edge wear mostly along the rib checkering and a few scattered

Lot: 63 - Krieghoff KS-5 Special Single Barrel Trap Shotgun

serial #16899, 12 ga, 34" adjustable high ventilated rib ported screw-choked barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel retains about 96% original blue with some scattered pinprick pitting along the rear portion on the left side of the rib and

Lot: 64 - Perazzi Model TMI Single Barrel Trap Shotgun

serial #6609, 12 ga, 33 1/2" high ventilated rib screw-choke barrel with a bright excellent bore. An extended ventilated rib has been added onto the barrel. The metal surfaces remain in excellent condition retaining about 95% original blue with a few

Lot: 65 - Fine Holland & Woodward Patent Single Shot Falling

serial #21850, 303 British, 28" round barrel with a very good bore that shows some frosting in the grooves and some slight erosion toward the throat. This rifle is built on the scarce and extremely fine Holland & Woodward Patent action. The

Lot: 66 - Antonio Zoli Express Model Over Under Rifle

serial #218180, 9.3x74R, 23 1/2" solid rib barrel with bright excellent bores. The barrels of this rifle retain almost 99% original blue with just a few handling marks and high edge wear. The frame is Zoli's "old silver" finish with some minor

Lot: 67 - Sabatti Model 345 Express Over Under Rifle

serial #17720, 9.3x74R, 23 1/2" solid rib barrels with bright excellent bores. The barrels of this rifle retain over 98% original blue with some minor thinning along the rib and a ding at the end of the front sight. The nickel finished frame remains

Lot: 68 - Custom Kurz Mauser Magazine Sporting Rifle by Fred

serial #54514, 25 Adolph Express (similar to the 6.5x54K), 24 1/2" part octagon part round barrel with full-length integral hand matted rib and a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95% original maker blue, toning somewhat to

Lot: 69 - Exceptional Colt Single Action Army Factory A, B,

serial numbers SA27931; SA65114; SA48607; SA48963; calibers 44 Special; 45 Colt; 45 Colt and 44-40 respectively, the 44-40 with a factory error roll marking on the barrel. Each of these is in-turn factory engraved in grades A, B, C and D

Lot: 70 - Custom Winchester Pre-War Model 70 Bolt Action

serial #3333, 257 Roberts, 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95% custom gunmaker blue, the loss is due primarily to even light fading and high edge and contact point wear, the bottom metal with some light

Lot: 71 - Smith & Wesson Model 25-5 1955 Target Revolver

serial #N821827, 45 Colt, 6" pinned heavy barrel with an excellent bore. Nickel plated finish is not commonly found on the Model 25s and this lovely revolver retains about 99% factory nickel plate with light handling marks and a turn ring on the

Lot: 72 - Smith & Wesson Model 29-3 Elmer Keith

serial #EMK0436, 44 Magnum, 4" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue with a minor turn ring on the cylinder. The .400" target trigger and .500" target hammer retain bold case-hardened colors. The smooth

Lot: 73 - Colt New Service Revolver

serial #344625, 45 Colt, 5 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This delightful revolver rolled off the assembly line at Colt in 1938. It retains about 98% plus factory blue with light scattered freckling mostly on the backstrap, there is a very light

Lot: 74 - Colt New Service Revolver

serial #331848, 45 ACP / AR, 5 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1930 made late model New Service was professionally converted to 45 ACP / AR with a replacement cylinder but no factory rework marks were found and the barrel is marked "45

Lot: 75 - Scarce C96 Broomhandle Six Shot Large Ring Semi

serial #29568, 30 Mauser, 4" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue finish with a few specks of light pitting one the left side, a few pinprick pits on backstrap and a

Lot: 76 - German P.08 First Issue Luger Pistol by DWM with

serial #8995, 9mm 4" barrel with an about excellent bore showing minor pitting and oxidation along its length. The metal surfaces of this first issue Luger retain about 85% original blue, the loss due to muzzle, sideplate and edge wear on the frame.

Lot: 77 - German LP.08 Artillery Luger Pistol by DWM

serial #81g, 9mm, 8" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 85-90% original blue, the loss due to muzzle and sideplate wear and scratches on the frame above and below the takedown lever. The rear receiver extension ears

Lot: 78 - German Weatherby Mark V Deluxe Bolt Action Rifle

serial #P18805, 300 Wby Mag, 24" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this German built rifle retain about 95% original blue that is toning to brown on the receiver and rear of the bolt and has some areas of loss along the barrel and

Lot: 79 - German Weatherby Mark V Deluxe Bolt Action Rifle

serial #26146, 300 Wby Mag, 24" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this German production rifle retain about 97-98% original blue that is toning to brown and mixing with a few specks of light surface oxidation. The blond checkered

Lot: 80 - Krieghoff K-80 Trap Special Two Barrel Set Shotgun

serial #070910, 12 ga, 34" lower single screw-choked barrel with an adjustable high ventilated rib and a bright excellent bore and a second 32" over under screw-choked barrel set with an adjustable ventilated rib and bright excellent bores. Both

Lot: 81 - Perazzi Mirage Over Under Shotgun

serial #37627, 12 ga, 28 1/4" ventilated rib screw-choked barrels with bright excellent bores. The barrels of this shotgun retain about 98% original blue with some very minor scattered freckling and a few handling marks. The lever, triggerguard, and

Lot: 82 - Beretta Model 687 Silver Pigeon Over Under Shotgun

serial #U48272B, 12 ga, 32" ventilated rib screw-choked barrels with bright excellent bores. The barrels of this shotgun remain in excellent condition and retain about 99% original blue. The stainless steel receiver remains bright overall with some

Lot: 83 - Winchester Model 21 Boxlock Double Ejectorgun

serial #1724, 12 ga, 26" barrels with bright excellent bores. The right barrel is marked cylinder and the left barrel modified, although this barrel appears to have been opened and is now gauging very close to cylinder. The metal surfaces of this

Lot: 84 - Prussian Charles Daly Over Under Trap Shotgun

serial #26036, 12 ga, 32" ventilated rib barrels choked improved cylinder and improved modified with bright excellent bores. The barrels of this Prussian-made shotgun retain about 99% reapplied matte blue with a few scattered handling marks and

Lot: 85 - U.S. Model 1903A1 National Match Model of 1932

serial #1402261, 30-06, 24" 3-32 dated Springfield star gauged barrel with a bright near excellent bore that has perhaps the beginnings of light frosting near muzzle. The receiver retains 98% original parkerized finish with a few small dings on the

Lot: 86 - U.S. Model 1879 Trapdoor Carbine by Springfield

serial #177652, 45-70, 22" barrel with an about very good bore that shows moderate pitting throughout much of its length but strong rifling. The barrel retains 50% arsenal blue with scattered fading to brown and sparsely scattered light freckling.

Lot: 87 - U.S. Model 1841 Mississippi Percussion Rifle by

.54 caliber, 33" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered oxidation, some pitting but strong rifling. The barrel is a dull gray oxidized patina with scattered light pitting. The nipple and hammer are a dull gray patina with oxidation and

Lot: 88 - Fine U.S. Model 1808 Contract Musket by J. & C.

.69 caliber, 44 5/8" barrel. This is a very honest musket which bears the more unusual markings. The rear of the lockplate is marked vertically "J.&C. B / EXETER" with large federal eagle over "US" ahead of cock. The barrel is marked "EXETER" and

Lot: 89 - Scarce C96 Broomhandle Large Ring Flat Side Semi

serial #21288, 30 Mauser, 5 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with a few tiny specks of freckling on the left side, a few tiny spots of light fading and light silvering to the exposed edges. The

Lot: 90 - DWM Model 1902 American Eagle "Fat Barrel" Luger

serial #22693, 9 mm, 4" barrel with a mostly bright very good plus bore which shows strong rifling but with light frosting in the grooves its full-length. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue, the loss is due to mottled fading and

Lot: 91 - Rare Early Swiss Model 1900 Luger Pistol by DWM

serial #358, 30 Luger, 4 3/4" "pencil" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 85% original blue, the loss due to fading on the straps and triggerguard with muzzle, sideplate and front edge wear. The straw is mostly

Lot: 92 - Swiss Model 1906 Military Luger Pistol by

serial #15965, 30 Luger, 4 3/4" "pencil" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90-95% original blue, the loss due to fading on the straps and grip safety and muzzle, sideplate and edge wear. The straw parts are

Lot: 93 - Rare A.J. Peavey Patent Knife Pistol

serial # 428, .22 RF, 3" barrel with a lightly oxidized bore, also showing a few light pits. The iron surfaces of the barrel and firing assembly are a pleasing gray-plum patina with a few spots of light oxidation, with the body of the pistol and

Lot: 94 - Rare U.S. Small Arms Company Huntsman Model Knife

.22 RF, 1 1/8" barrel with a very good bore. The metal surfaces on this very rare little combination knife-pistol are primarily a pewter gray patina with scattered light oxidation and light pitting remnants along its left scale, the right scale

Lot: 95 - Very Fine Brass-Barreled Muzzle Loading Cannon

This is a high-quality brass-barreled cannon with mahogany carriage which appears very much to be a product of the Strong Firearms or J.H. Snelling companies, certainly of their quality. The barrel is roughly 19" long from the muzzle lip to cascabel

Lot: 96 - Exceptional Firing Scale Model 12 Pound Napoleon

This is an extremely detailed and nicely hand-painted scale model of the U.S. 12-pound Napoleon gun. The barrel is of brass and is nearly a foot long with a .72 caliber bore which is bright excellent. The barrel has a nice slightly raised muzzle face

Lot: 97 - Brass-Barreled One Third Scale Coehorn Mortar

This is a very nicely-made scale model of a British Coehorn mortar. The barrel is 7" in length with a 2 1/8" in diameter bore roughly 2 1/2" deep with a roughly 1 1/4" powder reservoir about 2" deep. The barrel is a nicely tarnished ochre patina and

Lot: 98 - Brass-Barreled Muzzle Loading Cannon

This is an extremely nicely made model of a naval cannon featuring a brass barrel 15 1/8" long from muzzle lip to rear of cascabel with a 1 1/16" bore roughly about 10 3/4" deep, with a lightly oxidized bore. The barrel features a pronounced flared

Lot: 99 - Unmarked Brass-Barrel Muzzleloading Cannon

.65 cal., 17 3/4" barrel with an oxidized bore which may clean up well. The barrel is a lovely tarnished ochre patina with a neatly flared muzzle and smooth chases all the way to the rounded cascabel. The barrel is vented and shows evidence of having

Lot: 100 - U.S. Model 1860 General's Presentation Sword by

30 1/4" diamond shaped blade is marker marked on reverse ricasso "AMES / MFG CO. / CHICOPEE / MASS.". The blade is beautifully etched with floral patterns, stands of arms along with "Brig. Gen. Hobart Moore" in panel on obverse and "U.S." in field on

Lot: 101 - U.S. Model 1860 General's Sword by Mckenney

31" diamond shaped double edge blade maker marked "J.H. / McKenney / & Co. / N.Y." on the reverse ricasso. The balance of the blade is etched in script "Gen'l. J.M. Varian" with scroll and stand of arms on the obverse side and "N.Y." in sunburst

Lot: 102 - U.S. Model 1872 Cavalry Officer's Sword by

32 1/2" slightly curved blade with single unstopped fullers maker marked "THE / PETTIBONE / BROS. / MFG Co / CINTI.O" in riband on the reverse ricasso. The blade is etched with scroll, panoplies of arms, flags and "PRESENTED TO G.R. Shanton, Capt.

Lot: 103 - Fabulous U.S. Model 1872 Cavalry Officer's Saber

32 1/2" slightly curved blade with single unstopped fullers. This is a truly spectacular saber retaining all of its bright mirror polish and the etching sharp and clean. The blade is etched with Federal Eagle, pillars, foliate scroll and "PETTIBONE /

Lot: 104 - Merkel B3/BBF Bockbuchsflinte Over Under

serial #10512, 12 ga. x 30-06, 24" barrels with bright excellent bores, the shotgun barrel choked full. The barrels retain 98-99% original maker rust blue. The satin nickel receiver rates excellent as well and shows engraved game scene vignettes left

Lot: 105 - Merkel 210E Bockbuchsflinte Over Under Combination

serial #108412, 16 ga. x 6.5x57R, 25 5/8" barrels with bright excellent bores, the shotgun barrel choked full. The barrels retain 98-99% original maker blue showing a light handling mark or tiny scratch here and there. The scalloped boxlock frame is

Lot: 106 - Browning Pigeon Grade Skeet Superposed Over Under

serial #15457S69, 12 ga., 28" barrels choked skeet and skeet with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 97% original blue, the loss is due primarily to just some even light fading and some light muzzle wear, the French gray at the bolsters

Lot: 107 - L.C. Smith Specialty Grade Featherweight Sidelock

serial #FWE90918, 16 ga., 28" Nitro steel barrels choked modified and full with bright excellent bores, the left tube showing remnants of a professionally raised dent 8" from the muzzle and another 1 1/2" back, both were extremely well done. The

Lot: 108 - Rare L.C. Smith Specialty Grade Double Ejectorgun

serial #RE84789, 12 ga., 32" ventilated rib barrels choked full and full with about excellent bores which show a small ding in the right tube 3" from the muzzle and a couple professionally raised dents in the left tube, one about 6" from the muzzle

Lot: 109 - Colt Single Action Army Frontier Six Shooter

serial #72728, .44-40 WCF, 5 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This is a very interesting revolver, and did not start life off as a Frontier Six Shooter, yet was clearly converted to that configuration by the factory during the period of use.

Lot: 110 - Colt Single Action Army Frontier Six Shooter

serial #198493, 44-40 WCF, 5 1/2" barrel with a good to very good bore which shows evident rifling but with scattered light, and some moderate, pitting its full length. The metal surfaces on this salty old veteran are a pleasing smooth pewter gray

Lot: 111 - U.S. Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

serial #77261, .44 cal., 8" round barrel with a very good bore which shows sharp rifling but with oxidation and light pitting within the grooves. The barrel and loading lever are an overall mostly smooth and plum brown patina showing some very light

Lot: 112 - U.S. Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver

serial #61407, .36 cal, 7 1/2" octagon barrel with an about good bore which shows strong rifling but with pitting its full length. Metal surfaces of barrel and the loading lever are a dull plum and pewter patina with some minor dings and handling

Lot: 113 - U.S. Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

serial #36597, .44 cal, 8" round barrel with a bright very good bore which shows strong rifling but with light oxidation and minor pitting nearly its full-length, more prominent nearer the breech. The barrel is primarily a dark plum-gray patina and

Lot: 114 - Colt Model 1861 Navy Percussion Revolver

serial #12352, 36 cal., 7 1/2" round barrel with an about good bore which shows strong rifling but is pitted its full-length. All of the metal surfaces are a dull gray and plum patina with only trace original finish in the protected areas. There is

Lot: 115 - Cased Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver

serial #129015, .31 cal, 6" octagon barrel with a bright very good plus bore which shows strong rifling but sparsely scattered light oxidation and some areas of light pitting nearer the breech end. The iron surfaces are all a dull pewter gunmetal

Lot: 116 - Lovely Manhattan Navy Model Percussion Revolver

serial #28721, .36 cal, 4" octagon barrel with a bright very good plus to near excellent bore with sharp rifling but showing a few scattered spots of light oxidation and a few scattered light pits. The barrel retains about 92-95% original bright blue

Lot: 117 - German P.08 Luger BYF-Coded Pistol by Mauser

serial #9243s, 9mm, 4" barrel with a very good bore showing frosting on the lands along its length. The metal surfaces retain about 95% original blue, the loss due to muzzle, sideplate and operational wear on the receiver. The receiver and ejector

Lot: 118 - German P.08 Luger BYF-Coded Pistol by Mauser

serial #4767g, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore showing minor frosting along its length. The metal surfaces retain about 97% original blue, the loss due to very minor muzzle, sideplate and operational wear. The toggle is coded "byf",

Lot: 119 - German P.08 Luger S/42 Pistol by Mauser

serial #7605f, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore showing perhaps some minor frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain about 92% original blue, the loss due to muzzle, sideplate and right side frame rail wear as well as fading

Lot: 120 - German P.08 Luger S/42 Pistol by Mauser

serial #1713a, 9mm, 4" barrel with an about very good bore showing strong rifling and pitting along its length. The metal surfaces retain perhaps 70% original blue, the loss due to fading and a possible cleaning of the straps and the usual muzzle,

Lot: 121 - Early Smith & Wesson 44 Hand Ejector Revolver

serial #2544, 44 Special, 6 1/2" barrel with an bright excellent bore which shows only two very tiny spots of light oxidation. The metal surfaces on this nice first model revolver retain about 98% top-quality restored blue finish, with the oddly

Lot: 122 - Early Smith & Wesson K-22 Masterpiece Hand Ejector

serial #K1000, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This nice 1947-made five screw, large ejector rod revolver retains about 95% factory blue with high edge wear, turn ring on the recessed cylinder and scattered handling marks. The service trigger and

Lot: 123 - Smith & Wesson 22/32 Heavy Frame Target Revolver

serial #2, 22 LR, 8 1/2" A.O. Niedner barrel with Malden Mass. address, and a bright excellent bore. This is an interesting revolver which appears to be correctly marked but has also had a bit of a hard life. The barrel retains perhaps 40% of what is

Lot: 124 - Smith & Wesson Model 1905 Military & Police Hand

serial #104599, 38 Special, 4" barrel with a few pits and oxidation blemishes. The metal surfaces of this second change revolver retain about 98% factory nickel plate with limited high edge wear, oxidation blemishes, scratches and a turn ring on the

Lot: 125 - Perazzi MX2000 Over Under Trap Shotgun

serial #116488, 12 ga, 31 1/2" high adjustable ventilated rib barrels choked modified and improved cylinder and have bright excellent bores. This shotgun remains in excellent condition with the barrels retaining about 98% original blue that shows

Lot: 126 - Perazzi MX3 Special Over Under Trap Shotgun

serial #72248, 12 ga, 31 1/2" ported ventilated rib, screw-choke barrels with bright excellent bores. The metal surfaces of this shotgun retain about 97% original blue with some light freckling on the underside of the barrel and receiver along with

Lot: 127 - Fine W. & C. Scott "B" Quality Sidelock Crystal

serial #31523, 16 bore, 28" damascus barrels are choked cylinder and modified. This is a very nice Scott double. The action and locks are engraved in beautifully executed tight English scroll in about 75% coverage. The left side of the frame is

Lot: 128 - British Boxlock Double Shotgun by Clabrough and

serial #14612, 12 ga., 30" barrels both choked a light full with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 98% restored excellent-quality rust blue with the makers name and address on the right and left barrels. The frame features English

Lot: 129 - British Boxlock Double Ejectorgun by Arthur Turner

serial #12024, 12 ga. (marked 2 1/2" however length-gauges at 2 3/4"), 26" barrels choked cylinder and modified with bright about excellent bores. The barrels show about 90% older, excellent quality rust blue finish with sparsely scattered light

Lot: 130 - CG Bonehill British Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #386, 12 ga., 27" barrels choked about cylinder and improved cylinder with very good bores which show remnants of some sparsely scattered very light pitting. The barrels retain about 98% later, very good quality restored blue, showing a few

Lot: 131 - WC Scott & Sons Excellentia Triplex Crystal

serial #43283, 10 ga., 32" barrels with bright very good plus to near excellent bores which show some sparse remnants of light oxidation or scattered light pitting, the right tube with a few very minor dings or dance. The barrels on this handsome big

Lot: 132 - Rare New Jersey Marked Sharps Borchardt Model 1878

serial #528, 45-70, 32" barrel with a very good bore that shows light to moderate pitting near muzzle but strong rifling. The frame retains about 40% original blue with light silvering on the exposed edges, scattered oxidation staining and areas

Lot: 133 - Excellent U.S. Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle by

serial #409390, 45-70, 32 5/8" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The breechblock and upper tang retain 97% original case colors with some light freckling specks. The blued parts retain 95% original finish with some silvering around the muzzle and

Lot: 134 - U.S. Model 1841 Percussion Contract Rifle by

.58 Cal, 33" barrel with an oxidized bore. The barrel and upper tang are partially bright with scattered oxidation staining, moderate pitting and some heavier pitting around nipple. The lockplate and hammer retain generous traces of their original

Lot: 135 - U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Musket by Springfield

.69 Cal, 42" barrel with a lightly oxidized bore. The metal surfaces remain mostly bright with some areas turning to a gray patina, a couple small tool marks at the left rear of barrel, scattered oxidation stain spots and a few spots of light

Lot: 136 - U.S. Model 1861 Percussion Rifled Musket by

.58 Cal, 40" barrel with an oxidized bore. The metal surfaces remain mostly bright with some scattered areas of light pitting. The walnut stock rates very good with an older added varnish, a few scattered cracks, a couple chips in ramrod channel, a

Lot: 137 - Scarce U.S. Model 1882 Bolt Action Rifle by

45-70, 28" barrel with an about very good bore that shows scattered pitting and frosting but strong rifling. The barreled action and band metal surfaces are an overall dull gray oxidized patina and the buttplate is also a dull gray oxidized patina

Lot: 138 - Scarce U.S. Model 1871 Ward Burton Bolt Action

.50 Cal CF, 33" barrel with a good plus bore that shows frosting throughout and scattered pitting but evident rifling. The metal surfaces are a dull gray patina with scattered oxidation staining and a few small spots of light pitting. The walnut

Lot: 139 - Winchester Model 1885 Low Wall Falling Block Rifle

serial #96829, 32 Ideal, 26" No. 1 weight part octagon, part round barrel with a very good bore showing spots of pitting especially near the muzzle. The barrel retains about 92-95% original blue that is toning to plum and showing wear from the

Lot: 140 - DWM Model 1900 American Eagle Luger Semi-Automatic

serial #10720, 30 Luger, 4 3/4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore showing minor frosting, mostly at the muzzle end. The metal surfaces retain about 92-95% original blue, the loss due to light fading and toning to plum on the straps, muzzle

Lot: 141 - Winslow Arms Company Crown Grade Bolt Action Rifle

serial #19186, 30-06, 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98 to near 99% original high-gloss blue finish, the bolt body, extractor and magazine follower all nicely engine turned and remaining bright. The signature

Lot: 142 - Winchester Model 12 Pigeon Grade Trap Slide Action

serial #1072977, 12 ga., 30" milled ventilated rib barrel choked full with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95-97% original blue, the loss is due to some even fading, light muzzle wear, operational wear and light carry wear in

Lot: 143 - Early Browning Superposed Over Under Shotgun

serial #1922, 20 ga., 28" barrels choked skeet and skeet with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 97% original blue, the loss is due primarily just to some even fading. The frame retains a similar amount of original blue, perhaps

Lot: 144 - Armera Union Grulla Model 215 Sidelock Double

serial #UA15745, 12 ga., 27" barrels choked a tight modified and a light full with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 97-98% original blue, the loss is due primarily to even fading and some very light muzzle wear, with the sparsely

Lot: 145 - Blaser B95 Bockbuchsflinte Combination Gun

serial #00957, 16 ga. x .222 Rem Mag, 24" (23 3/4") barrels with bright excellent bores, the shotgun barrel choked full. The barrels retain about 98-99% original rust blue with a few widely scattered spots of very light oxidation. The lightweight

Lot: 146 - U.S. Model 1911 Pistol by Springfield Armory

serial #75251, 45 ACP, 5" High Standard barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95% later, excellent quality arsenal-grade blue, with some light muzzle wear, high edge and contact point wear, showing numerous light tiny

Lot: 147 - J.M. Cooper Navy Model Double Action Revolver

serial #13834, .36 cal, 4" octagon barrel with an otherwise bright excellent bore which shows only one spot of very light pitting about halfway down its length. The barrel retains about 90% original blue, the loss is due to even flaking to a pleasing

Lot: 148 - Colt Model 1862 Police Percussion Revolver

serial #15349, .36 cal, 6 1/2" round barrel with a bright very good plus to near excellent bore showing some minor oxidation but with three areas of prominent pitting. The barrel is a very pleasing smooth plum brown patina with some areas of light

Lot: 149 - Smith and Wesson Model No. 1 Second Issue Revolver

serial #77561, .22 RF, 3 3/16" ribbed octagon barrel with a bright very good plus to near excellent bore which shows some light pitting nearer the breech end. The barrel is rather nice and retains about 97 to near 98% original blue, the loss is due

Lot: 150 - Sharps New Model 1863 Percussion Carbine

serial #C,26888, .52 caliber, 22" barrel with six groove bore which remains very good plus. The barrel of this carbine is numbered "C,29717" beneath the forend and shows strong Hartford address and model designation on top. The action also bears all

Lot: 151 - British Snap Action Double Hammergun by E.M.

serial #17476, 12 ga., 30" barrels (un-choked) with about very good bores which show remnants of minor pitting, the left tube with some shallow dings about halfway down its length. The barrels retain some very nice contrasting star damascus pattern

Lot: 152 - Webley & Scott Model 700 Boxlock Double Ejectorgun

serial #139300, 16 ga., 28" barrels choked about improved cylinder and improved modified with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 98 to near 99% original blue. The boxlock frame retains a similar amount of a vibrant color case-hardening

Lot: 153 - Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle

serial #352886B, 38 WCF, 24" round barrel with full magazine and a near very good bore that is quite bright with some scattered specks of light oxidation here and there. This is a very honest rifle that remains in nice, untouched condition. The

Lot: 154 - Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle

serial #280673B, 32-20, 24" octagon barrel with full magazine and a very good plus bore. This rifle is in standard configuration and remains in very good condition. The barrel retains about 75% evenly thinning original blue finish with some old

Lot: 155 - Sharps New Model 1863 Military Rifle

serial #C,38605, .52 caliber, 30" round barrel with a good plus bore that is mostly bright but having areas of oxidation and some pitting. The rifle bears all proper markings on the barrel, frame and lock and all markings remain fully legible. The

Lot: 156 - Sharps New Model 1863 Metallic Cartridge Converted

serial #C,25046, 50-70, 22" barrel with original six groove rifled bore which rates about good plus with good rifling the entire length but also with scattered mostly light pitting throughout. The barrel, action and lock all bear proper markings

Lot: 157 - Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver

serial #49055, .36 caliber, 7 1/2" octagon barrel with a very good plus bore showing a few light scattered pits. The barrel of this revolver retains about 30% original blue with the majority toned to silver, scattered patches of freckling and

Lot: 158 - Colt U.S. Model 1851 Navy Contract Percussion

serial #91519, .36 caliber, 7 1/2" octagon barrel with an about very good bore showing scattered pitting and strong rifling throughout. The barrel of this revolver shows evidence of some light cleaning and has largely toned to a smooth gray patina

Lot: 159 - Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver

serial #214272, .31 caliber, 4" octagon barrel with a very good bore showing scattered pitting but strong rifling throughout. The barrel of this revolver retains about 87% original blue with some high edge wear, some scattered freckling and flaking

Lot: 160 - Colt Officers Model Target Revolver Belonging To

serial #499899, 38 Special, 7 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this lovely large frame revolver retain about 97 to near 98% original blue. There is some very light muzzle wear, a very light cylinder turn ring and light

Lot: 161 - Custom Engraved Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic

serial #90674, 22 LR, 23" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this lovely rifle retain about 99% excellent quality engraver deep blue. The receiver has been very nicely engraved in a loose open flowing scroll on both frame

Lot: 162 - Winchester Model 12 Trap Shotgun with Hydra-Coil

serial #1965143, 12 ga., 30" milled ventilated rib barrel choked full with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this interesting trap shotgun retain about 98% original blue, the loss is due to some light fading, operational wear on the

Lot: 163 - Ithaca Knick 5E Single Barrel Trap Shotgun

serial #263308, 12 ga., 34" ventilated rib barrel choked full with a bright about excellent bore which shows some very sparsely scattered very light pinprick pitting and a professionally raised dent about one third of the way down its length (from

Lot: 164 - Zanardini Princess Model Over Under Combination

serial #19940, 12 ga. x 222 Remington, 23 3/4" barrels with bright excellent bores, the shotgun barrel choked full. The barrels retain 98-99% original blue showing only some very light muzzle wear and a handful of very light handling marks here and

Lot: 165 - Weatherby Mark V Accumark Bolt Action Rifle

serial #PB016188, 30-378 Weatherby Magnum, 26" fluted stainless steel barrel with factory muzzle brake and an excellent bore. Weatherby list the barrel as 28" including the detachable muzzle brake. The metal surfaces of the receiver, barrel flutes

Lot: 166 - Custom Remington 1917 Magazine Sporting Rifle by

serial #444383, 340 Weatherby Magnum, 26" custom Douglas barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% excellent quality maker blue. The bolt body, extractor and magazine follower are nicely jeweled and remain bright. The

Lot: 167 - U.S. Model 1911A1 Semi-Auto Pistol by Remington

serial #2438263, 45 ACP, 5" High Standard barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely 1945 made pistol retains about 96% factory Parkerized finish with light high edge wear, assembly and operational marks plus a few scratches. The checkered synthetic

Lot: 168 - Colt Government Model Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #C234975, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with a near excellent bore exhibiting slight frosting. This 1948 made gun retains about 98 - 99% factory blue with light high edge wear and a few operational marks. The checkered "Coltwood" factory grips rate very

Lot: 169 - Colt Gold Cup National Match Mid-Range Semi-Auto

serial #2466-MR, 38 Special Wadcutter, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. This scarce 1961 / 1962 made first model or MKI pistol retains about 98% factory blue with light high edge wear, a few scratches and small spot of lightly cleaned oxidized

Lot: 170 - Browning Superposed Superlight Over Under Shotgun

serial #2497S9, 12 ga, 26 1/2" solid rib barrels choked modified and improved cylinder with excellent bores. The metal surfaces retain about 95% original blue that is lightly toning to brown and has some light handling marks and edge wear throughout.

Lot: 171 - Browning Bicentennial 1776-1976 Falling Block

serial #17760491, 45-70, 24" octagon barrel with a bright, excellent likely unfired bore. The barrel, hammer and crescent style buttplate retain 99% plus original blue and have factory engraved foliate patters at the muzzle, breech area and along the

Lot: 172 - Browning Superposed Grade I Over Under Shotgun

serial #4425, 20 Ga, 26 1/2" ventilated rib barrels choked modified and improved cylinder with excellent bores. This 1952 vintage classic double retains about 90% of the original blue finish that is flaking to a pleasing plum hue. The metal surfaces

Lot: 173 - Remington Premier STS Competition Over Under

serial #SBPA0601343, 12 ga., 28" ventilated rib screw-in choke barrels with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 99% plus original blue while the frame retains the same of a titanium PVD finish. The trigger is gold plated and there is a

Lot: 174 - Steyr Scout Bolt Action Rifle

serial #SC1001723, 308 Win, 19 1/4" fluted barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% of the original matte blue finish with just a few light handling marks present. Rifle features the Realtree Camo Jeff Cooper inspired

Lot: 175 - Sterling MK 6 Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #SA0846, 9 mm, 16" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel retains nearly 99% of the original matte blue finish while the remaining metal surfaces have a similar amount of the original "krinkle" japanned finish. The checkered black

Lot: 176 - Sharps New Model 1863 Percussion Rifle

serial #C.37889, .52 caliber, 30" barrel with a very good bore that has areas of light pitting throughout. The round barrel retains about 85% of the original blue that has toned to brown and is thinning to gray and mixing with areas of light specks

Lot: 177 - Winchester Pre-64 Model 70 Alaskan Bolt Action

serial #494240, 338 Win Mag, 25" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue with light wear along the edges and bearing surfaces and silvering at the muzzle. The bolt is electric pencil numbered to the receiver.

Lot: 178 - Winchester Pre-64 Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #437576, 300 H&H, 26" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 85% original blue that is lightly toning to brown and has light wear along the edges and bearing surfaces. The barrel has some light handling marks

Lot: 179 - Heckler & Koch Model 770 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #12812, 308 Win, 19 3/4" barrel with extended muzzle brake and a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue that has some light handling wear along the top of the receiver. The checkered walnut Monte Carlo style

Lot: 180 - Savage Fox Sterlingworth Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #261950, 20 ga., 26" barrels choked improved cylinder and modified with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 98% original blue, the frame shows about 40% original case colors, the balance fading to a pleasing deep tarnished pewter

Lot: 181 - German P.08 Luger BYF-Coded Pistol by Mauser

serial #8966s, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore showing minor frosting along its length. The metal surfaces retain about 95% original blue, the loss due to left side frame and sideplate wear and the receiver has toned to plum. The

Lot: 182 - German P.08 Luger BYF-Coded Pistol by Mauser

serial #9181p, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore with perhaps some minor frosting along its length. The metal surfaces retain about 95% original blue, the loss due to wear on the muzzle, sideplate and bottom of the frontstrap. The

Lot: 183 - Winchester Model 1885 High Wall Falling Block

serial #58712, 32-40, 30" No. 3 weight octagon barrel with an about very good bore showing minor pitting and oxidation. The barrel retains perhaps 90-95% original blue with light slivering and handling marks on the edges and light pitting and

Lot: 184 - Winchester Model 1885 Low Wall Takedown Rifle

serial #108493, 25 RF, 28" octagon barrel with a good to about very good bore showing moderate pitting along its length. The metal surfaces retain about 65-70% original blue, the loss due to toning to plum, a couple of flakes in the finish and

Lot: 185 - Scarce Winchester Model 64 Deluxe Rifle

serial #1720699, 25-35 WCF, 24" barrel with a very good bore that has some scattered light pitting and frosting but strong rifling. The action retains 97% original blue with some operational wear on lever and scattered light silvering. The barrel

Lot: 186 - Very Rare Limited Edition Uberti Model 1866 L.D.

serial #LDN034, 44-40 WCF, 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This is an exceptional 1866 Uberti rifle. The barrel and magazine tube retain 99% plus original rust blue with dual inlaid bands of silver at muzzle and breech. The forend, nosecap

Lot: 187 - Rare Special-Order Winchester Model 1894 Saddle

serial #1013162, 32 WS, 20" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The receiver and lever retain about 85% original blue with a couple tiny spots of light pitting on the left side of the lever, scattered silvering and fading to brown. The bands,

Lot: 188 - Scarce Winchester Model 61 Slide Action Rifle

serial #72099, 22 Short, 24" octagon barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 90% original blue with scattered small light pitting spots along the barrel, a couple small spots of cleaned pitting on the right side of receiver,

Lot: 189 - Scarce Kriegsmarine Marked Mauser 1934 Semi Auto

serial #603305, 32 ACP, 3 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% original blue with a couple small light oxidation spots on frontstrap, light fading and silvering on the exposed edges. The checkered walnut grips rate

Lot: 190 - Winchester Model 1894 Special Order Semi-Deluxe

serial #281583, 32 W.S., 21 1/2" barrel with a very good bore that has frosting throughout but strong rifling. The receiver is a dull gray patina with scattered freckling, oxidation staining and traces of the original blue finish. The crescent

Lot: 191 - Winchester Model 64 Deluxe Lever Action Rifle

serial #1792103, 30 WCF, 24" barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows perhaps some light frosting near muzzle. The receiver retains 85-90% original blue with scattered freckling, silvering, oxidation staining and light fading. The barrel,

Lot: 192 - Sharps New Model 1863 Percussion Carbine

serial #C29557, .52 Cal, 22" barrel with a near very good bore that shows oxidation and pitting through much of its length but strong rifling. The hammer, frame and upper tang are an overall dull gray patina with a few areas of light pitting and

Lot: 193 - Colt Python Target Double Action Revolver

serial #K08340, 38 Special, 8" ventilated rib barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98-99% original blue with a faint turn-line on the cylinder and some dirt staining on the backstrap. The checkered Colt gold medallion grips

Lot: 194 - U.S. Model 1911A1 Semi Auto Pistol by Remington

serial #1417965, 45 ACP, 5" High Standard barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 97% original parkerized finish with a few sparsely scattered spots of silvering and a slide-stop

Lot: 195 - Exquisite Loveless Lawndale Drop Point Hunter

This is a lovely early Lawndale knife made before Mr. Loveless made his final move to Riverside Ca. The knife measures 6 5/8" overall with a 2 5/8" full tapered tang ATS-34 stainless steel drop point blade equipped with thumb serrations across the

Lot: 196 - Scottish Infantry Basket Hilt Broadsword

This is a great looking C. 1750-1760 sword measuring 38" overall with a 32 1/2" double edge blade equipped with short double fullers, the tip appearing to have been shortened and rounded very shortly over the years. The unmarked blade has a pleasing

Lot: 197 - U.S. Model 1872 Presentation Artillery Officer's

31 5/8" curved blade is maker marked on reverse ricasso "Ridabock / & Co. / New York / N.Y.". The blade is beautifully etched and gold washed with scroll, stands of arms and "U.S." as well as "PRESENTED TO / LIEUT. C.J. REILLY / BY CO. D, 13TH

Lot: 198 - Winchester Model 1886 Saddle Ring Carbine

serial #50835, 45-70 Govt., 22" round barrel with full magazine and a bright excellent bore. Originally chambered in 40-65 WCF, this rifle was expertly rebored and rechambered to the much more desirable 45-70 Govt. cartridge The barrel and magazine

Lot: 199 - Merkel Model 47E Scalloped Boxlock Double

serial #380201, 20 ga, 26 3/4" barrels choked skeet and improved cylinder with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain 99% plus original blue finish. The scalloped boxlock action is lightly scroll engraved and retains 99% vivid case-hardened

Lot: 200 - Ithaca Grade 5E Single Barrel Trap Gun

serial #240405604, 12 ga, 32" ventilated rib barrel choked full with a bright excellent bore. The barrel retains 99% original blue with light handling marks. The flat sides of the barrel are nicely engraved. The frame retains about 92-95% original

Lot: 201 - Sharps New Model 1859 Percussion Civil War Carbine

serial #70923, .52 cal., 22" barrel with an about very good bore showing bright rifling but moderate pitting the full length. The barrel, lever and buttplate have an overall pale brown patina with scattered fine oxidation and pinprick pitting more

Lot: 202 - Custom Sako L61R Magazine Sporting Rifle by

serial #527002, 260 AAR, 22 1/4" light sporter barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% lovely quality satin finish blue with the bolt body, anti-bind slide and magazine follower bright polished and remaining brilliant. The

Lot: 203 - DWM Model 1900 Commercial P.08 Luger Pistol

serial #5073, 30 Luger, 4 3/4" barrel with a bright very good plus bore which shows sharp rifling but with minor frosting in the grooves and some very light pitting nearer the throat. The metal surfaces retain about 92-95% original blue, the loss due

Lot: 204 - German LP.08 Artillery Luger Pistol by DWM

serial #9565b, 9mm, 8" barrel with a bright about excellent bore showing some frosting along its length and some minor pinprick pitting near the throat. The metal surfaces retain about 93-95% original blue, the loss due to fading on the straps, some

Lot: 205 - DWM Model 1900 American Eagle Luger Semi-Automatic

serial #15073, 30 Luger, 4 3/4" barrel with a near very good bore which shows strong evident rifling but with light frosting and pitting its full length. The metal surfaces retain about 90 to perhaps near 92% original blue, the loss is due to even

Lot: 206 - Colt 1877 Thunderer Double Action Revolver

serial #76646, 41 Colt, 6" barrel with a very good bore showing some light scattered pitting and frosting. The metal surfaces of this 1890-made revolver retain about 92% original nickel plating, with most loss attributed to some flaking and freckling

Lot: 207 - Cole Single Barrel Custom Trap Shotgun

serial #77, 12 ga, 34" high ventilated rib barrel choked modified with a bright excellent bore. An extended ventilated rib with red fiber optic has been added onto the existing rib and the barrel retains about 96% reapplied blue finish with a few

Lot: 208 - Remington Model 32 Skeet Over Under Shotgun

serial #3597, 12 Ga, 26" solid rib barrels choked cylinder with excellent bores. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue with some silvering at left front of barrels, light fading on triggerguard, a couple spots of oxidation on the top left of

Lot: 209 - Weatherby Athena Grade IV Over Under Shotgun

serial #D007866, 12 ga., 26" ventilated rib barrels with excellent bores. The barrels retain about 99% original blue with a few light handling marks. The sideplate frame retains about 98-99% of the original nickel finish with a small amount of loss

Lot: 210 - Winchester Model 1886 Extra Lightweight Lever

serial #152963A, 45-70, 22" tapered barrel with a bright near excellent bore showing just a hint of frosting. The barrel of this rifle retains about 90% original thinning blue with streaks of gray throughout its length, some scattered freckling, and

Lot: 211 - Clement-Neumann Model 1910 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #719, 401 Win SL, 23" barrel with a bright very good bore showing a little minor frosting throughout. The metal surfaces of this rifle retain about 88% original blue with high edge wear, some scattered freckling, some minor thinning to

Lot: 212 - Winchester Model 1894 Three Digit Special Order

serial #828, 38-55, 26" octagon barrel with full magazine and a very good plus bore remaining bright showing good clean rifling with some scattered light frosting and oxidation. This is a neat rifle in standard configuration except for its takedown

Lot: 213 - Lovely Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

serial #1622563, 30 W.C.F., 20" barrel with a bright mint bore. This is a superb carbine, the metal surfaces retaining 98-99% original blue with the only loss being some light contact wear on the right side of the hammer with a few scattered

Lot: 214 - Unmarked German Under Lever Double Hammer Rifle

45 cal. (10.6 mm), 25 1/2" barrels with very good plus-fine bores which show strong rifling and are mostly bright also with scattered very light pinprick pitting or light oxidation, more prominent in the right barrel. The barrels retain about 75%

Lot: 215 - Harry Lawson Model 650 Custom Left-Hand Thumbhole

serial #A6390004, 257 Ackley Improved, 22" barrel with integral muzzlebrake and a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98 to near 99% maker-applied blue, the loss due to a few small handling marks on the left side of the barrel near

Lot: 216 - Custom German Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action Rifle

serial #P11062, 30-06, 24" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98-99% custom maker blue, the receiver and bolt shroud drifting to plum with the bolt body remaining bright. The sides of the action, bolt shroud

Lot: 217 - Austrian Bockbuchsflinte Scalloped Frame

serial #49468, 16 ga. x 7x65R, 23 3/4" barrels with bright excellent bores, the shotgun barrel choked full. The barrels retain 98 to near 99% quality rust blue showing perhaps a minor very tiny handling mark here or there, they are maker-marked atop

Lot: 218 - Manhattan Navy Model Percussion Revolver with

serial #8219, .36 cal, 6 1/2" octagon barrel with a very good bore which shows sharp rifling but with light scattered pitting nearly its full-length. The barrel is an overall tarnished pewter and mottled brown patina with strong makers address, the

Lot: 219 - Antique American Cast Iron American Eagle

This is a very nice, cast iron, two-piece mould, American Eagle with spread wings. There is no discernable foundry marking and the casting is an overall lightly oxidized brown patina, showing trace remnants of what is likely the original gold paint.

Lot: 220 - New England Percussion Sporting and Target Rifle

About .36 cal, 29" octagon barrel turned for starter and drilled for false muzzle (none is present) with a moderately oxidized bore. The barrel is an overall pleasing darker gray-plum patina with scattered light oxidation but no mentionable pitting.

Lot: 221 - Marlin Ballard No. 3 Gallery Rifle

serial #27649, 22 RF, 26" part round part octagon barrel with an about good bore showing a little scattered light oxidation and a ring at about mid-way. This rifle is built on a cast frame with three-line address with concave top flat and rimfire

Lot: 222 - Custom Les Baer 1911 Match Government Model

serial #LB684, 45 ACP, 5" Colt National Match barrel with an excellent bore equipped with three port expansion chamber-compensator. This custom pistol started life as a Les Baer frame and was built into an I.P.S.C. style gun by an unknown artisan.

Lot: 223 - Colt Single Action Army Revolver

serial #258986, 45 Colt, 7 1/2" barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. The metal surfaces of this 1904-made revolver are brown with a large area of the barrel, and portions of the frame and cylinder cleaned to pewter. The metal has scattered

Lot: 224 - Smith & Wesson K-22 Outdoorsman Hand Ejector

serial #661637, 22 LR, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This First Model Outdoorsman retains about 85–90% factory blue with the grip frame starting to thin, high edge wear, a few handling marks and a turn ring on the cylinder. The service

Lot: 225 - U.S. Model 1911A1 Semi-Auto Pistol by Remington

serial #2214249, 45 ACP, 5" later replacement barrel marked 7791193 with an excellent bore. The pistol retains about 98% reapplied arsenal grade Parkerized finish with light high edge wear, a few light scratches and old pitting under the reapplied

Lot: 226 - Smith & Wesson Model Sw1911 Pro Series Semi-Auto

serial #UCS4354, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. The frame retains about 99% black finish and the matte stainless steel surfaces of the slide rate excellent with a light scratch on the top. The pistol features textured walnut RoCo Firearms

Lot: 227 - Walther Model GSP Target Expert Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #242045, 22 LR, 4 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol retains about 99% black and anodized finishes with a few light handling marks. The pistol is equipped with factory grips featuring finger, palm and thumb rests; stippled

Lot: 228 - U.S. Model 1917 Revolver by Colt

serial #305099, 45 ACP / AR, 5 1/2" barrel with a near excellent bore exhibiting traces of frosting. The bore also exhibits four tiny tool marks about a third of the way from the muzzle. The metal surfaces retain about 96% factory blue finish with

Lot: 229 - Browning B-S/S Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #4964B57, 20 ga., 26" barrels choked modified and improved cylinder with excellent bores. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% original blue with some light handling wear along the bearing surfaces and at the muzzles. The checkered walnut

Lot: 230 - Weatherby Mark V Deluxe Bolt Action Rifle

serial #H155521, 300 Wby Mag, 24" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this South Gate, CA vintage rifle retain about 99% original blue with some light handling marks visible throughout. The checkered walnut Monte carlo stock rates

Lot: 231 - New England Arms Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #B7626, 12 ga, 25" barrel with ejectors, screw-in chokes and bright excellent bores. The barrels, forend iron, triggerguard and tang safety all retain about 99% original blue. The coin finished frame features about 80% expert foliate pattern

Lot: 232 - Winchester Model 65 Lever Action Rifle

serial #1006765, 32 W.C.F., 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% of a commercially applied blue finish that is lightly flaking to brown along the barrel and mixing with some areas of speckled light surface

Lot: 233 - Manton Single Shot Side-Lever Rifle

serial #66232/7887, .300 CF (likely Rook), 26" octagon barrel with a very good bore that has a few areas of light pitting throughout. The barrel retains about 97-98% of the original blue that has light handling wear and is flaking to brown and

Lot: 234 - Beretta 686 Onyx Over Under Shotgun

serial #U76707B, 12 ga., 30" ventilated rib, ported barrels with optima screw-in chokes and excellent bores. The barrels retain about 99% original blue with just a few very light handling marks scattered about. The frame and attached parts retain

Lot: 235 - Winchester Model 1885 Deluxe Low-Wall Take-Down

serial #107172, 25-20 S.S., 28" #1 weight tapered round barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 80% of what appears to be the original blue that is flaking to brown and mottling on the frame. The checkered walnut stocks rate

Lot: 236 - German P.08 Luger BYF-Coded Pistol by Mauser

serial #5275l, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95% original blue, the loss due to muzzle, sideplate and minor operational wear. The toggle is coded "byf", the chamber is dated "42" and all of the

Lot: 237 - German P.08 Luger BYF-Coded Pistol by Mauser

serial #2881k, 9mm, 4" barrel with a nearly very good bore showing frosting in the grooves along its length. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue, the loss due to muzzle, sideplate and operational wear, along with fading of the straps

Lot: 238 - Browning Citori Grade VI Over Under Shotgun

serial #16513NM953, 12 GA, 26" ventilated rib Invector choked barrels with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 97% original blue finish displaying just a few light handling marks. The frame displays gold inlays of three water fowl on the

Lot: 239 - German LP.08 Luger Pistol by Erfurt with Custom

serial #344B, 9 mm, 7 7/8" barrel with an about very good bore showing strong rifling with scattered minor pitting, more prevalent near the throat. The metal surfaces are primarily a dull gray faded original blue with some oxidation freckling and a

Lot: 240 - Savage Revolving Firearms Company Navy Model

.36 cal, 7" octagonal barrel with a good bore which is heavily oxidized and pitted. The metal surfaces are an overall dull gunmetal gray patina with areas of plum, showing moderate oxidation and pinprick pitting. The hammer, loading lever and

Lot: 241 - Rare Italian M91/28 Truppe Speciale Carbine with

serial #E5234, 6.5 Carcano, 18" welded and plugged barrel. The metal surfaces retain 80% arsenal blue with light pitting throughout the buttplate, several oxidation blemishes around the magazine, scattered light fading to brown and freckling. The

Lot: 242 - Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine

serial #933331, 38-55, 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The receiver, barrel bands, carbine style buttplate and lever are an overall dull gray patina with a few small spots of light pitting on action, scattered freckling, oxidation staining

Lot: 243 - Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Carbine

serial #668953, 25-35, 20" round barrel with a good bore that shows frosting throughout its length and scattered pitting but strong rifling. The receiver and lever are an overall dull gray patina with some sparsely scattered light oxidation staining

Lot: 244 - Winchester Model 1894 Special Order Eastern

serial #825038, 32 W.S., 20" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows a light ring about 8 inches from the muzzle. The action is a dull gray patina with scattered traces of the original blue finish, freckling and a few tiny spots of light

Lot: 245 - Winchester Model 64 Deluxe Lever Action Rifle

serial #1481942, 32 W.S., 24" barrel with a bright near excellent bore that has some light frosting near muzzle. The metal surfaces are mostly a dull gray patina with scattered traces of the original blue finish, light oxidation and oxidation

Lot: 246 - Shiloh Sharps New Model 1863 Percussion Carbine

serial #1317, .45 Cal, 22" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The frame, lever, buttplate, hammer, lower tang and upper tang retain 95% original case colors with some light silvering on the hammer and a small spot of oxidation staining on

Lot: 247 - Winchester Model 52 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #13711, 22 LR, 28" barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows perhaps some light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 85% original blue with light silvering on the barrel, fading to brown around the barrel, band,

Lot: 248 - Ruger No. 1-B Falling Block Rifle

serial #130-49402, 22-250, 26" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this pre-warning rifle retain 99% original blue finish. The walnut stock rates excellent with a few light handling marks. The rifle is equipped with a factory

Lot: 249 - Winchester Model 12 Trench Slide Action Shotgun

serial #981595, 12 Ga, 20" plain barrel choked cylinder with a very good plus bore that has light oxidation. The metal surfaces retain about 80% arsenal reparkerized finish with some pinprick pitting on the rear of the magazine tube, several light

Lot: 250 - U.S. Model 1819 Hall Breechloading Percussion

.52 Cal, 32 5/8" barrel with an oxidized bore. The metal surfaces of this 2nd type rifle have been cleaned and are an overall gray oxidized patina with scattered areas of pitting, some light band removal marks near muzzle and the remnants of a black

Lot: 251 - Winchester Model 52D Bolt Action Rifle

serial #114907D, 22 LR, 28" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue finish. The walnut stock rates excellent with a few light handling marks. The rifle is equipped with a handstop, a Redfield Olympic rear sight and

Lot: 252 - Parkhouse English Halfstock Percussion Rifle

serial #13953, 38 cal., 30" damascus barrel with a bright excellent bore showing even light frosting and perhaps some fine pinprick pitting. The barrel retains a mottled brown color showing lots of pattern with wear around the breech area and is

Lot: 253 - Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine with

serial #841754, 30 W.C.F., 20" barrel with a bright near excellent bore having some faint oxidation at the muzzle. The barrel and magazine retain about 95% original blue thinning to brown, loss due to scattered nicks, surface and muzzle wear. The

Lot: 254 - Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

serial #26857, 44 WCF, 24" octagon barrel with full magazine and about very good bore showing pitting and oxidation but good rifling the entire length. The barrel and magazine tube bear an overall pale brown patina with light edge and muzzle wear

Lot: 255 - Winchester Model 62A Slide Action Rifle

serial #398391, 22 S,L,LR, 23" round tapered barrel with a bright excellent bore. This is a marvelous rifle, the metal surfaces retaining 98% plus original blue with only some light silvering along the left side of the receiver from contact with the

Lot: 256 - Stevens No. 417 Walnut Hill Single Shot Target

serial #2955, 28" heavy barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel retains 98% original blue, loss due to only some very light silvering at the muzzle and a tiny superficial scratch or two on top of the barrel. The frame retains 98% plus

Lot: 257 - Stevens No. 417 1/2 Walnut Hill Sporting Rifle

serial #2346, 22 Hornet, 28" tapered round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel retains about 98% original blue with a few tiny nicks and scratches and slight silvering around the muzzle. The frame retains 98% brilliant original case

Lot: 258 - Remington Model 40-X Target Bolt Action Rifle

serial #0440, 22 LR, 28" heavy barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% plus original blue, loss due to minor bolt contact wear at the rear of action. The pistolgrip walnut stock with fluted comb and heavy forend rate

Lot: 259 - Remington Model 1894 FE Grade Trap Boxlock Double

serial #P133107, 12 ga, 30" solid rib barrel choked modified and improved modified with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain 80% thinning original blue brown finish with light scratches and specks of surface oxidation. The boxlock frame shows a

Lot: 260 - U.S. Model 1911A1 Semi Auto Pistol by Ithaca

serial #1262838, 45 ACP, 5" Flannery barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original parkerized finish with a light reassembly mark on frame, some operational wear on barrel, light silvering on high edges of slide and

Lot: 261 - Mannlicher Schoenauer Model MC Bolt Action Rifle

serial #35859, .243 Win, 22" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97-98% original blue finish showing just a few light handling marks. The butter knife bolt remains bright showing some light operational wear. The checkered

Lot: 262 - Steyr Mannlicher Schoenauer Model MCA Bolt Action

serial #48715, .243 Win, 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue finish having slight loss due to handling. The swept butter knife bolt remains bright showing some light surface oxidation. The checkered

Lot: 263 - Colt Pre-Ban SP1 AR-15 Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #SP187065, 223 Rem, 16" pencil barrel with flash hider and a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95-97% original phosphate finish with some light handling wear throughout. The carbine is equipped with a round, black Zytel

Lot: 264 - Colt Pre-Ban AR-15 A2 Government Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #GC001782, 223 Rem, 16" pencil barrel with flash hider, a 1:7" rate of twist and a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98-99% original phosphate finish with a few light handling marks throughout. Carbine is equipped with a

Lot: 265 - Swiss Model 1906 Military Luger Semi-Automatic

serial #20921, 30 Luger, 4 3/4" barrel with an otherwise bright excellent bore which shows just a couple sparsely scattered very light pits or oxidation spots. The metal surfaces on this Swiss-manufactured Luger retain about 97-98% original blue

Lot: 266 - Portuguese Model 1906-34 Luger Pistol

serial #2036v, 30 Luger, 4 5/8" barrel with a very good plus bore which is bright with sharp rifling but shows some minor frosting within the grooves. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue, the front and back straps are toning somewhat to

Lot: 267 - Swiss Model 1906 Military Luger Semi-Automatic

serial #12025, 30 Luger, 4 3/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97% original blue with excellent original straw color on the appropriate parts. The toggle is DWM-marked and the chamber shows the Swiss cross within

Lot: 268 - German P.08 Luger Pistol by DWM with Regimental

serial #8182f, 9mm, 3 7/8" barrel with a bright excellent bore with minor frosting along its length. The metal surfaces retain about 92-95% original blue, the loss due to wear on the muzzle, sideplate and backstrap. The straw parts retain a softening

Lot: 269 - G D H Gillespie Percussion Pocket Pistol

.41 cal, 3 3/4" barrel with a moderately oxidized bore. The barrel is primarily a plum brown and pewter patina with "Cast Steel" atop its top flat and "Gillespie Warranted" on the lightly engraved breech, the engraved tang showing some remnants of

Lot: 270 - Mannlicher Schoenauer Model 1908 Bolt Action

serial #3996, 8x56MS, 19 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90-92% original blue, the loss is due to even fading and some very light high edge and contact point wear. The butterknife bolt handle remains bright

Lot: 271 - Allen & Wheelock Side Hammer Rimfire Revolver

32 RF Short, 4" barrel with a very good plus bore showing a ring of light pitting toward the muzzle. This revolver remains in excellent original condition with about 30% original blue flaking to brownish gray throughout the barrel and cylinder. The

Lot: 272 - Colt 1877 Lightning Double Action Revolver

serial #93425, 38 Colt, 2 1/2" barrel with a very good plus bore showing just a little minor frosting. The barrel and cylinder of this 1893-made revolver have toned to a pleasing gray overall with some scattered freckling and very fine pinprick

Lot: 273 - Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver

serial #198543, .31 caliber, 6" octagon barrel with a very good bore showing some scattered pitting but strong rifling throughout. The barrel of this revolver retains streaks of original blue throughout most of its length while mostly flaking to a

Lot: 274 - Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver

serial #88975, .31 caliber, 4" octagon barrel with a bright very good bore showing just a little scattered light pitting. This little revolver remains in phenomenal original condition with the barrel retaining about 94% original blue with some

Lot: 275 - Heckler & Koch HK-Sl7 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #19412, 308 Win, 17 3/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this rifle remain in excellent condition and retain about 99% original blue with just a few minor handling marks and some light operational wear. The smooth

Lot: 276 - Heckler & Koch HK-Sl6 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #09424, 223 Rem, 17 3/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this rifle retain about 97% original blue with the barrel and trigger toning to plum, some operational wear, few handling marks, and the buttplate toning to a

Lot: 277 - Heckler & Koch HK 770 Semi Auto Rifle

serial #01139, 308 Win, 19 3/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this rifle retain about 97% original high polish blue with some very light areas of scattered freckling, operational wear, and the barrel toning to plum. The

Lot: 278 - Burnside Fifth Model Civil War Carbine

serial #25788, .54 cal, 21" round barrel with a very good plus bore showing a few scattered light pits and minor oxidation. The metal surfaces of this carbine have toned to a dull brownish gray overall, with oxidation staining and areas of pinprick

Lot: 279 - Sharps New Model 1863 Cartridge Converted Carbine

serial #90465, 50-70, 22" barrel with a very good bore showing a few scattered pits and light oxidation. The barrel of this carbine has toned overall to a dark gray with streaks of brown, oxidation staining, patches of light pitting and some small

Lot: 280 - Maynard Second Model Civil War Carbine

serial #18311, .50 cal, 20" round barrel with octagonal breech and a bright very good bore showing some scattered light pitting throughout. The barrel on this carbine retain about 88% original thinning blue with streaks of brown throughout along with

Lot: 281 - Starr Percussion Civil War Carbine with Unit

serial #13501, .54 cal, 21" barrel with an about very good bore showing scattered light pitting throughout along with some darkness and oxidation in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this carbine have worn to gunmetal overall, with scattered light

Lot: 282 - Savage Repeating Firearms Company Navy Model

serial #254, .36 cal, 7" octagon barrel with a very good bore which shows strong evident rifling but with minor pitting scattered its full-length. The metal surfaces are an overall dull pewter gray patina, the barrel flats slightly brighter showing

Lot: 283 - Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine

serial #742951, 38 WCF, 20" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some frosting and light pitting in the grooves but strong rifling. The action retains perhaps 30% original blue with the balance having faded to a dull brown patina with

Lot: 284 - Colt Woodsman Target Model Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #152820, 22 LR, 6 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this attractive first model retain about 98% original blue, the loss is due to just some very light muzzle wear, some sharp edge wear on the slide and a few tiny

Lot: 285 - Quality Unmarked Percussion Halfstock Sporting

.36 cal, 31 1/2" octagon barrel with a very good bore which is mostly bright with sharp deep rifling but with oxidation and light pitting within the grooves. The barrel is an overall pleasing plum brown patina with scattered oxidation and the

Lot: 286 - Winchester Model 1885 Deluxe Low Wall Falling

serial #51410, 22 Short, 24" No. 1 weight octagon barrel with an about very good bore showing strong rifling with areas of pitting along its length. The barrel has toned to a thinning mix of plum and warm brown with silvering on the edges and areas

Lot: 287 - Sempert & Krieghoff Scalloped Boxlock Double

serial #7644, 16 ga, 28 5/8" barrels choked cylinder and improved cylinder with bright very good bores having just a slight amount of frosting ahead of the chamber and in the choke area. The barrels retain 98% of a quality hot immersion reblue having

Lot: 288 - Weatherby Mark V Deluxe Bolt Action Rifle

serial #H218623, 240 Wby. Mag., 26" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This is a nice looking Southgate, CA rifle that was factory re-barreled in 2006. The barrel retains 99% factory applied gloss blue. The action retains 97-98% original matching

Lot: 289 - U.S. Model 1884 Trapdoor Carbine by Springfield

serial 379923, 45-70 Govt., 22" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This is a nice arsenal refinished carbine sold to the New Jersey State Militia and is marked "NJ" on the left side of the barrel near the breech. The metal surfaces retain 95%

Lot: 290 - Very Scarce Winchester Model 52E International

serial #E124130, 22 LR, 28" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue with a few light handling marks throughout. The laminate walnut thumbhole target stock rates excellent and has a few light dings. The

Lot: 291 - British Boxlock Double Ejectorgun by John Harper

serial #1516, 20 ga., 26" barrels both choked a light improved cylinder with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 95% nicely fading original blue, also with sparse minor handling marks here and there and fading nearer the breeches. The

Lot: 292 - Stevens New Model No. 40 Pocket Rifle

serial #24556, 22 LR, 15" part octagon part round barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The barrel retains perhaps 90% original blue, the loss is due to even overall fading, some muzzle wear and light wear to pewter just ahead of the frame, also

Lot: 293 - Stevens Vernier New Model Pocket Rifle No. 40-1/2

serial #18492, .22 LR, 15" part octagon part round barrel with a very good plus to near excellent bore which shows a few spots of very light oxidation or very light pinprick pitting, also sadly with a bulge about 5" from the breech. The barrel is

Lot: 294 - Stevens New Model No. 40 Pocket Rifle

serial #46976, 25 RF, 10" part octagon part round barrel with a good to perhaps near very good bore which shows evident rifling but with scattered light pitting its full-length. The barrel retains about 85-90% original blue, the loss is due to even

Lot: 295 - Stevens New Model No. 40 1/2 Vernier Pocket Rifle

serial #18386, 25 RF, 18" part octagon part round barrel with a good to perhaps near very good bore which shows evident rifling but with scattered light pitting its full-length. The barrel retains about 90% original blue, the loss is due to even

Lot: 296 - Frank Wesson Medium Frame Pocket Rifle

serial #1910, 22 RF, 18 1/4" part octagon part round barrel, quality made and replaced during the period of use, showing an about good bore. The barrel is completely unmarked and is an overall very pleasing plum brown patina with a few sparsely

Lot: 297 - Mannlicher Schoenauer M72 Rifle by Steyr

serial #3486, 243 Win, 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel retains perhaps 90% original blue, the loss is due to fading and wear to a tarnished pewter on the top surfaces of the barrel with some light oxidation staining and very light

Lot: 298 - A H Fox B Grade Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #7954, 12 ga., 30" barrels choked improved cylinder and modified with bright about excellent bores which show the remnants of some very light oxidation and light pinprick pitting. The barrels retain about 99% excellent quality restored blue

Lot: 299 - Johan Fanzoj Scalloped Boxlock Double Ejectorgun

12 ga., 26 1/4" Bohler Blitz Stahl barrels choked improved cylinder and improved cylinder with bright about excellent bores showing some minor wad build up, a bit of light oxidation and a tiny ding in the right tube near the muzzles. The barrels

Lot: 300 - Antonio Zoli Combinato Over Under Combination

serial #53841, 16 ga. x 7mm Mauser rimmed, 25 1/2" barrels with bright excellent bores, the shotgun barrel choked full. The barrels retain about 92% original blue, the loss is due primarily to light even fading, some muzzle wear and the expected

Lot: 301 - Smith & Wesson Model 625-6 Mountain Gun Revolver

serial #CEA9195, 45 ACP / AR, 4 1/4" tapered barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless-steel surfaces of this scarce revolver rate about very good to excellent with scattered light scratches a turn ring on the cylinder. The M.I.M.s .400"

Lot: 302 - Colt Peacemaker 22 Scout Revolver

serial #G22559, 22 LR, scarce 4 3/4" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely little single cylinder peacemaker appears to have seen little if any use and remains in superb condition. A little over 3,000 peacemakers were made with one cylinder and

Lot: 303 - Smith & Wesson 22/32 Hand Ejector Target Revolver

serial #24111, 22 LR, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This mid 1950s I frame three-screw revolver with improved flat latch retains about 97% factory blue with light high edge wear, turn ring on the recessed cylinder and a few handling marks. The

Lot: 304 - U.S. FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide Lamp

45 ACP, 4" barrel with an excellent bore but a few minor oxidation blemishes. The metal surfaces retain about 90% plus original gunmetal gray corrosion resistant finish with scattered scratches, a few small dings, light freckling and oxidation

Lot: 305 - U.S. FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide Lamp

45 ACP, 4" barrel with an excellent bore exhibiting a few minor oxidation stains. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original gunmetal gray corrosion resistant finish with a few scratches, freckling and oxidation stains. The grind mark on the darker

Lot: 306 - Smith & Wesson "Olympic" 3rd Model Single Shot

serial #11100, 22 LR, 10" barrel with an excellent bore. The 3rd Model Perfected were often equipped with Olympic barrels that had a short lead in the chamber requiring the cartridge to be pushed the last 3/32" into the barrel which forced the front

Lot: 307 - Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 625-7

serial #JMR0043, 45 ACP / AR, 5 1/4" heavy barrel equipped with 2/3rd length underlug exhibiting an excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces rate near excellent with a few areas of wear, some handling marks and a turn ring on the cylinder. The

Lot: 308 - Smith & Wesson 32 Safety Hammerless Top-Break

serial #179290, 32 S&W, 2" barrel with a near excellent bore exhibiting light pitting and oxidation at the muzzle the rest remaining bright. The metal surfaces retain about 90 - 92% factory blue with the gripstraps showing minor surface

Lot: 309 - U.S. Model 1911 Semi-Auto Pistol by Remington UMC

serial #12035, 45 ACP, 5" Colt replacement barrel with a frosted bore. This 1911 has a U.S. Navy marked Colt slide manufactured in 1913. The metal surfaces retain about 80% factory blue with most of the loss on the grip frame that is toning to brown

Lot: 310 - Smith & Wesson 38/44 Outdoorsman Hand Ejector

serial #41975, 38/44 S&W Special & 38 Special, 6 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This pre-war gun retains plenty of condition with about 96% factory blue remaining on the metal surfaces. There are scattered areas of pitting and oxidation

Lot: 311 - Colt New Service Revolver

serial #20986, 38-40 W.C.F., 7 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1908 made revolver retains about 85% factory blue with light to moderate high edge wear, areas of finish thinning to pewter, light scratches, and a turn ring on the cylinder. The

Lot: 312 - Colt New Service Revolver

serial #329981, 44 Special, 7 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1929 late model New Service retains about 80% plus factory blue with high edge wear, thinning finish on the grip frame and cylinder, a few cleaned areas of pinprick pitting,

Lot: 313 - Colt New Service Revolver

serial #2064, 44-40 W.C.F., 5 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This very early old model New Service was made in 1899 and exhibits a factory refurbish mark on the frame under the crane and a refurbish number on the cylinder. All the finish appears

Lot: 314 - Colt Combat Commander Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #80BS20117, 9mm, 4 1/4" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol has German proofs dated 1982 and is importer marked. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue with light edge wear and handling marks. The checkered walnut factory

Lot: 315 - Beretta Model S687 Silver Pigeon Sporting Over

serial #E83461B, 12 ga., 28" ventilated rib, screw-in choke barrels with excellent bores. The barrels retain about 99% plus original matte blue finish that has no visible signs of wear. The coin finish frame features factory engraved game scenes with

Lot: 316 - Beretta Model 682X Gold Mono Trap Single Barrel

serial #L25081B, 12 ga., 32" single under barrel with a high ventilated rib with dual bead sights, screw-in chokes and a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus original matte blue finish with no visible signs of wear. The

Lot: 317 - Remington Model 1100 Premier Sporting Semi-Auto

serial 3R293298V, 12 ga., 28" ventilated rib target contour barrel with Briley screw-in chokes and an excellent bore. The barrel retains 99% original blue while the factory engraved receiver has 99% plus of its original nickel finish and gold clay

Lot: 318 - Remington Model Four Diamond Anniversary Semi-Auto

serial #LE81-0851, 30-06, 22" barrel with a bright, excellent likely unfired bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original polished blue that has only a few, very light handling marks on the right side of the receiver. The receiver features the

Lot: 319 - Winchester Model 1873 Third Model Lever Action

serial #484024B, 32 W.C.F., 24" octagon barrel with an about very good bore that is lightly pitted but has strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces are mostly a mottled brown that is blending with gray and areas of light surface oxidation and

Lot: 320 - Browning High-Power Safari Bolt Action Rifle

serial #7780Z8, 243 Win, 22" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% original blue that has some very light, scattered surface oxidation and light wear along the bearing surfaces. The muzzle and bolt body have a

Lot: 321 - Rock River Arms LAR-15 Advanced Tactical Hunter

serial #KT1128329, 5.56mm NATO, 18" heavy match cryo treated stainless barrel with flash hider and an excellent bore. The barrel remains bright and rates excellent, the remaining metal surfaces retain about 99% of the original anodized finishes.

Lot: 322 - Mauser Model ES340B Bolt Action Rifle

serial #177480, 22 LR, 26 3/4" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95-97% original blue that is flaking to brown and has some specks of light surface oxidation throughout. The grooved receiver bears the Mauser banner

Lot: 323 - Winchester Model 1885 Low-Wall Falling Block Rifle

serial #57528, 25 W.C.F., 28" part round, part octagon barrel with a near excellent bore that is mostly bright but has a few light pits. The barrel retains traces of original blue and is blending with brown and mottled gray. The frame and lever

Lot: 324 - Winchester Model 1885 Low-Wall Winder Musket

serial #115040. 22 Long R, 28" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% of the original blue that is toning to brown and blending with some areas of light oxidation and staining. The lever retains about 50% of the

Lot: 325 - Winchester Model 1885 Low-Wall Winder Musket

serial #130811, 22 Short, 28" barrel with a very good to near excellent bore that is mostly bright but has areas of light pitting about midway down. The metal surfaces retina about 75% original blue that is flaking to brown and thinning to gray.

Lot: 326 - Winchester Pre-64 Model 100 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #71248, 284 Win, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% original blue with some very light edge wear and light handling marks along the barrel and silvering at the muzzle. The checkered walnut stock rates

Lot: 327 - German P.08 Luger BYF-Coded Pistol by Mauser

serial #7702y, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore showing minor frosting along its length. The barrel and receiver retain about 95% original blue with the receiver toning nicely to plum. The frame retains perhaps 90% of a reblued

Lot: 328 - German P.08 Luger S/42 Pistol by Mauser

serial #9273d, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore showing minor frosting along its length. The metal surfaces retain perhaps a mix of 50% original blue and 50% reblued finish with fading and oxidation staining on the frame along with

Lot: 329 - German P.08 Luger S/42 Pistol by Mauser

serial #997i, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 85% original blue, the loss due to muzzle, sideplate and operational wear and the straps have been cleaned and polished at some point as well. The toggle

Lot: 330 - German P.08 Luger Code 42 Pistol by Mauser

serial #1665l, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore showing only minor frosting along its length. The metal surfaces retain perhaps 85% of a reblued finish with thinning on the barrel, backstrap, triggerguard and sideplate along with

Lot: 331 - German P.08 Luger Code 42 Pistol by Mauser

serial #2205i, 9mm, 4" barrel with a very good plus bore showing strong rifling and minor frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue, the loss due to muzzle, sideplate and operational wear. There is also minor pitting

Lot: 332 - German Luger 1920 Commercial Model "Safe and

serial #89800, 30 Luger, 3 7/8" barrel with a bright about excellent bore showing minor frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain perhaps 92% of an old, quality refinish and the straw parts appear to have been refreshed at some point as

Lot: 333 - Winchester Model 1885 High Wall Falling Block

serial #23196, 40-70 S.S., 30" No. 3 weight octagon barrel with a very good bore showing minor pitting and oxidation staining. The barrel is mostly a mottled brown that is fading to gray with silvering along the edges and the finish worn off where

Lot: 334 - Universal Deluxe Semi Auto Carbine

serial #117491, 30 Carbine, 18" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with some light freckling on the barrel. The nicely figured Monte Carlo stock rates excellent retaining nearly all of its factory oil finish

Lot: 335 - Remington Model 51 Semi Auto Pistol

serial #PA53215, 380 ACP, 3 1/2" barrel with a very good bore that shows some scattered light oxidation in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue with scattered light freckling and silvering. The Remington UMC grips rate very good

Lot: 336 - P.S. Justice Percussion Rifled Musket

.69 Cal, 39" barrel with an about very good bore that shows oxidation and pitting throughout but strong rifling. The cleaning rod, lockplate, hammer, barrel and upper tang remain mostly bright with scattered oxidation staining and light pitting. The

Lot: 337 - Colt 1903 Pocket Hammerless Semi Auto Pistol

serial #42709, 32 ACP, 4" barrel with a bright very good plus bore that shows scattered freckling. The metal surfaces of this first type pistol retain 90% original blue with scattered light fading to brown with the heavier fading on the grip safety

Lot: 338 - German DSM-34 Bolt Action Rifle by Mauser

serial #42195, 22 LR, 25 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 93-95% original blue with some impact marks on left side of rear band, scattered light oxidation along the edges of the barreled action and a few areas of

Lot: 339 - Late-War German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #4248, 9mm, 5" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some minor frosting. The metal surfaces of this ac45 coded pistol retain 95% original blue with the gun exhibiting typical late-war machining, a few light dings, some light fading to

Lot: 340 - Late-War German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #3839, 9mm, 5" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this ac45 coded pistol retain 97% original blue with a few light dings on the slide, scattered light silvering. The brown bakelite grips rate very good plus showing a

Lot: 341 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #248b, 9mm, 5" barrel with an about very good bore that shows pitting and frosting throughout but strong rifling. The metal surfaces of this first variation ac41 pistol retain 93% original blue with silvering to the exposed edges and some

Lot: 342 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #8167a, 9mm, 5" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this first variation ac41 pistol retain 93% original blue with some light silvering to the exposed edges and scattered light fading to brown. The brown bakelite grips

Lot: 343 - Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine

serial #1016792, 25-35, 20" round barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some scattered light frosting in the grooves. The receiver is an overall dull gray patina with scattered spots of oxidation staining, light silvering and traces of the

Lot: 344 - Winchester Model 52B Heavy Barrel Bolt Action

serial #51360B, 22 LR, 28" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with some light fading and silvering on the underside of triggerguard and magazine well. The walnut stock rates excellent retaining much of its

Lot: 345 - Winchester Model 52C Bolt Action Rifle

serial #95579C, 22 LR, 28" barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows perhaps a bit of frost in the grooves near muzzle. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with some light silvering and freckling on the barrel. The walnut pistolgrip

Lot: 346 - Harrington & Richardson U.S.R.A. Single Shot

serial #2815, 22 LR, 8" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 93% original blue with a spot of gray on both sides of muzzle with light pitting, fading to gray with light pitting along triggerguard, a couple tiny spots of

Lot: 347 - Winchester Model 52C Bolt Action Rifle

serial #80122C, 22 LR, 28" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% original blue with scattered light silvering and some wear at rear of receiver where a sight was once mounted. The walnut stock rates excellent retaining

Lot: 348 - German Weatherby Mk V Bolt Action Rifle

serial #P57755, 300 Weatherby Mag, 24" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 90% original blue with an area turning to brown on the barrel, light silvering around muzzle and further light fading at the rear of the receiver. The

Lot: 349 - Stevens Ideal No. 414 Armory Falling Block Rifle

serial #78817, 22 LR, 26" barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows the beginnings of some light frosting in the grooves. The action retains nearly all of its case colors with a few sparsely scattered light freckles. The barrel retains 97%

Lot: 350 - Stevens Model No. 404 Semi-Military Falling Block

serial #12111, 22 LR, 28" barrel with a very good bore that has some frosting and light pitting but strong rifling. The frame retains nearly all of their case colors with some light fading to gray on lever, some sparsely scattered freckling specks

Lot: 351 - U.S. Model 1863 Type II Percussion Musket by

.58 Cal, 40" barrel with an oxidized bore. The barrel metal surfaces remain partly bright with oxidation throughout much of the barrel's length with a few areas of light pitting and heavier oxidation near muzzle. The bands and bandkeepers are a

Lot: 352 - U.S. Model 1866 Allin Conversion Rifle

50-70 Govt, 36 5/8" barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows perhaps some minor frosting at muzzle. The barrel is a gray oxidized patina with a few small spots of light pitting. The 1866 dated breechblock retains a generous amount of its

Lot: 353 - U.S. Model 1863 Type I Percussion Musket by

.58 Cal, 40" barrel with an oxidized bore. The barrel is a dull brown patina with some band removal marks, scattered oxidation and a few areas of light pitting. The lockplate and hammer are partially bright with scattered light pitting and oxidation.

Lot: 354 - Sharps New Model 1863 Percussion Carbine

serial #88265, .52 Cal, 22" barrel with a good bore that has frosting throughout and several spots of pitting. The frame and lock retain 40% reapplied blue with scattered fading to gray, oxidation spots and pitting. The barrel and bands show a

Lot: 355 - Stevens Ideal No. 45 Range Falling Block Rifle

serial #2490, 25-21, 28" part-octagon part-round barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some light frosting. The frame is turning to a dull gray patina with generous traces of the original case colors and some scattered light freckling. The

Lot: 356 - Imported Mounted Artillery Officers Saber c. 1820

32" unmarked curved blade is etched, blued and gold washed. This is a nice looking saber being very Germanic in appearance. The blued surfaces have evenly toned to a pleasing brown and the foible a pale smoky gray, with some pitting and oxidation

Lot: 357 - U.S. Model 1860 Presentation Staff & Field

32 1/8" straight blade is not maker marked. The blade is nicely etched with a gold washed background and the decorations include scroll, federal eagle, panoplies of arms and "U.S.". The fancy gold washed hilt has a lovely scroll engraved silver grip

Lot: 358 - U.S. Militia Sword by Allien with Presentation

31" diamond shaped double edge blade maker marked "HENRY V. / ALLIEN & Co. / NEW YORK / N.Y." on the reverse ricasso. The blade retains about 90% of its bright polish finish with scattered fine oxidation staining and is etched with scroll, stands

Lot: 359 - U.S. Model 1860 Naval Cutlass with Engraved

26" single unstopped fullered blade, 32" overall length. The blade retain about 90% flaking period nickel plate with scattered fine oxidation, chips along the main edge and a small bend at the tip. There is no maker mark and only an [anchor] / 1861

Lot: 360 - Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

serial #495692, 32 W.S., 26" octagon barrel with full magazine and a very good plus bore remaining bright with scattered fine frosting and perhaps some specks of very light oxidation. The barrel and magazine retain about 90% original blue, loss due

Lot: 361 - Winchester Model 55 Takedown Lever Action Rifle

serial #1033012, 30 WCF, 24" nickel steel barrel with half magazine and a bright excellent bore. The barrel and magazine retain 85-90% thinning original blue, loss due mainly to muzzle and contact wear, the majority of which is along the left side of

Lot: 362 - Smith & Wesson K-22 Outdoorsman Revolver

serial #634927, 22 LR, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1st model K-22 retain about 96% factory blue with high edge wear, scattered scratches, a few small areas thinning to purple and a turn ring on the cylinder. The

Lot: 363 - Dan Wesson Model 22V Double Action Revolver Pistol

serial #23634, 22 LR, 8" ventilated rib barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97-98% original blue with a few light scratches scattered about, a little minor superficial oxidation along the rib, a speck of silvering by the

Lot: 364 - French P.38 Semi-Auto Pistol by Mauser

serial #4871k, 9mm Luger, 5" barrel with a bright excellent bore. In April 1945, France took control of the Mauser plant and almost immediately began producing firearms for their own military and police use. This svw45-coded pistol is such a gun and

Lot: 365 - Marlin Model 410 Lever Action Shotgun

serial #4896, 410 bore, 26" full choke barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this shotgun retain about 65 - 70% original thinning blue with high edge wear, toning to brownish gray throughout the barrel and receiver, and some

Lot: 366 - Marlin Model 39A Second Model Lever Action Rifle

serial #B4388, 22 LR, 24" round barrel with a very good plus bore showing some minor frosting. The barrel and magazine tube of this rifle retain about 92% original blue with scattered streaks flaking to brown throughout and a few dings at the end of

Lot: 367 - Ithaca Model 700 Over Under Shotgun by SKB

serial #S5705048, 12 ga, 32" ventilated rib barrels choked full and improved modified with bright excellent bores. The barrels on this shotgun retain about 99% original blue with just a few handling marks. The coin receiver is almost entirely

Lot: 368 - Colt Model 1908 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #1999, 380 ACP, 3 3/4" barrel with a very good bore showing some minor frosting and oxidation throughout. The metal surfaces of this 1908-made Type I pistol retain about 80% original blue with high edge wear, some scattered freckling and

Lot: 369 - Antonio Zoli Combinato Combination Gun

serial #112603, 16 ga. x 7x57R, 25 1/2" barrels, 16 ga choked improved modified both with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 93% original blue with some areas thinning to silver, some toning to plum, and some very light scattered

Lot: 370 - Gallager Standard Model Percussion Carbine

serial #11984, .50 cal, 22 1/4" barrel with a very bright near excellent bore showing just a hint of frosting and some very fine scattered pinprick pitting. The metal surfaces of this carbine appear to have been very lightly cleaned and are toned to

Lot: 371 - Winchester Model 65 Lever Action Rifle

serial #1007066, 32 WCF, 24" round barrel with button magazine and an excellent bright bore. The barrel retains 95% original blue, loss due to an area of brown fading on the left side of the barrel in front of the forend tip, some tiny minute nicks

Lot: 372 - Colt Government Model Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #09559G70, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this MK IV Series 70 pistol retain 99% original blue with a couple of specks of oxidation and some oxidation staining on the sides of the hammer. The checkered

Lot: 373 - Savage Model 12 F/TR Target Single Shot Bolt

serial #G680994, 308 Win, 30" heavy barrel with a bright excellent bore. The matte stainless steel surface rate excellent with a couple of faint handling mark. The two-tone gray laminated pistolgrip stock also rates excellent with a minor handling

Lot: 374 - Colt Government Model Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #68359G70, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this MK IV Series 70 pistol retain 99% original blue with a small spot of flaking on the front of the barrel bushing and a spot of minor wear on the top of the

Lot: 375 - Smith & Wesson Model 27-2 Double Action Revolver

serial #33346, 357 Magnum, 8 3/8" pinned and ribbed barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue with a light handling mark or two, a spot of oxidation by the muzzle, and a faint turn ring on the cylinder. The

Lot: 376 - Magnum Research Desert Eagle Mark Vii Semi-Auto

serial #59480, 357 Magnum, 6" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original black finish showing a couple of light handling marks. The black textured grip rates excellent. This gun features a 3/8" dovetail rib on the

Lot: 377 - Colt Government Model Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #11678B70, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this MK IV/Series 70 pistol retain 97-98% original blue with light silvering on some high edges, a few minor handling marks, a little thinning toward gray on the

Lot: 378 - Colt Police Positive Target Model Revolver

serial #42698, 22 LR, 6" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this nice little target revolver retain 97 to 98% original blue, the loss is due primarily to some light muzzle wear, a light cylinder ring and sharp edge wear, most

Lot: 379 - Remington Model 1858 New Army Percussion Revolver

serial #10049, .44 cal., 8" octagon barrel with a good to near very good bore with strong prominent rifling but minor pitting its full-length. The metal surfaces are an overall pleasing gunmetal gray patina and are generally smooth with sparsely

Lot: 380 - U.S. Model 1863 Type II Percussion Rifled Musket

.58 Cal, 40" barrel with a very good moderately oxidized bore. The metal surfaces of this 1864 dated musket remain mostly bright with a few light tool marks at rear of barrel and sparsely scattered light pitting. The walnut stock rates near excellent

Lot: 381 - Smith & Wesson Elite Gold Grade I Boxlock Shotgun

serial #UCA0689, 20 Ga, 28" solid rib barrels choked cylinder with bright excellent bores. The frame retains 99% original case colors with light scroll engraving, while the blue parts retain 99% original finish with a couple tiny specks of freckling

Lot: 382 - Custom Winchester Model 61 Slide Action Rifle

serial #326236, 22 Mag, 22" professionally shortened barrel with a very good plus bore that has a few tiny pits in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 98% quality, custon blue with a few light spots of fading and silvering on the exposed edges.

Lot: 383 - Starr Percussion Civil War Carbine

serial #19959, .54 Cal, 21" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows light frosting throughout and some oxidation near muzzle. The frame and lock are a dull gray patina with scattered freckling, oxidation staining and moderate pitting. The barrel

Lot: 384 - Winchester Model 1895 Saddle Ring Carbine

serial #75293, 30 U.S. (30-40 Krag), 22" round nickel steel barrel with an about very good bore still showing evident rifling with modest frosting and oxidation the entire length. The barrel retains about 80% evenly thinning original blue toning to

Lot: 385 - Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

serial #76660, .44 cal, 8" barrel with an about good bore showing moderating pitting and oxidation, but strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver have toned to a dark brownish gray throughout with scattered freckling, pinprick

Lot: 386 - Lovely U.S. Model 1872 Cavalry Officer's Saber by

33 1/2" slightly curved blade with single stopped fullers. The blade retains nearly all its bright mirror polish with a peppering of very fine oxidation staining and the etching sharp and clean. The blade is etched with "U.S.", Federal eagle,

Lot: 387 - Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

serial #58042, .44 cal, 8" barrel with a good bore showing pitting and oxidation, but strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver have toned to a mottled brownish gray throughout with scattered freckling and pinprick pitting. The

Lot: 388 - Colt Model 1851 Navy Cartridge Conversion Revolver

serial #1050, .38 RF, 7 1/2" barrel with an about very good bore showing scattered light pitting, oxidation, and strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver have toned mostly to a dark brown overall with pitting and oxidation

Lot: 389 - Pair of Belgian Sea Service Flintlock Belt Pistols

.69 cal, 9" round barrels with good bores showing some light scattered pitting and oxidation. The metal surfaces of both pistols have been lightly cleaned to dull gunmetal with some scattered freckling, oxidation staining, and cleaned areas of

Lot: 390 - French Charleville Flintlock Musket

About .75 cal, 44 1/2" barrel with an oxidized bore. The barrel and front bands are primarily a pleasing plum brown with pewter undertones, showing a number of impact marks and more moderate oxidation to the rear of the rear-most band. The lock and

Lot: 391 - Pair of Flintlock Center-Hammer Screw Barrel Muff

.44 cal., 1 5/8" rifled barrels with very good but lightly oxidized and pitted bores. This handsome pair of little pistols are made by Joseph Bunney of London and feature cannon and draped flag engravings on the right side of the frame with foliate

Lot: 392 - Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

serial #93067, .44 cal., 8" barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. The steel backstrap of this 1863 made revolver is engraved "A. B. Davis Madison Co. Mont", no significant information was found on Mr. Davis. The metal surfaces are a mix of brown

Lot: 393 - Stevens New Model Pocket Rifle

serial #11128, 32 C.F., 12" part round part octagon barrel with an excellent bore exhibiting light but partial frosting. This lovely second issue pocket rifle includes the correct shoulder stock. The metal surfaces of the barrel retain about 85%

Lot: 394 - Pair of Belgium Center Hammer Screw Barrel

.46 cal., 1 3/4" unrifled screw barrels with excellent bores exhibiting a few minor pits and oxidation blemishes along with tool marks. Both of these attractive guns retain very strong case-hardened colors on all metal surfaces with scattered light

Lot: 395 - Ruger New Bearcat Convertible Revolver

serial #93-01814, 22 LR / 22 Magnum, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this scarce revolver retain about 99% factory blue to include the spare magnum cylinder. There are a few light scratches and a very light turn ring on the

Lot: 396 - Ruger New Bearcat Convertible Revolver

serial #93-01552, 22 LR / 22 Magnum, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The convertible Bearcats were only made for two years and are a nice find for any Ruger collector. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue to include the spare magnum

Lot: 397 - Ruger New Bearcat Convertible Revolver

serial #93-00860, 22 LR / 22 Magnum, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. Ruger manufactured the convertible Bearcats from 1993 to 1994 and later recalled the magnum cylinder making whole sets hard to find, especially in the fine condition of this gun.

Lot: 398 - Belgian Charles Daly Over Under Shotgun

serial #6097, 16 ga., 28" solid rib barrels choked skeet and improved cylinder with a very good plus to near excellent bores which show a few sparsely scattered spots of extremely light pinprick pitting, the lower tube also showing a tiny ding on its

Lot: 399 - Stevens Tip Up No. 8 Premier Rifle

serial #17475, 25 Stevens RF, 26" part round part octagon barrel with an about good bore that is a little dark with scattered light oxidation and pitting with rifling visible throughout. This rifle features matching numbers on the barrel, frame and

Lot: 400 - Marlin Ballard No. 2 Sporting Rifle

serial #23498, 32 RF/CF (a 32-40 will chamber), 28" octagon barrel with a near very good bore that shows some frosting and light wear. This rifle has matching numbers on the barrel, frame and stock lug with the stock, buttplate and forend all being

Lot: 401 - Unmarked Half-Stock Flintlock Rifle

.45 Caliber, 34" octagon barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces are an overall mottled gray with brown with light tool marks and scattered light surface oxidation throughout. The maple stock rates about good and has several repaired cracks

Lot: 402 - Savage Fox B-SE Boxlock Double Shotgun

20 ga, 26" ventilated rib barrels choked improved cylinder and modified with dual bead sights and excellent bores. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue with a few areas of light handling wear throughout. The frame bears the factory

Lot: 403 - Browning BAR Grade II Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #74454M9, 338 Win Mag, 24" Mag-na-Port barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with some light edge wear and handling marks. The receiver has the factory engraved game scenes with bear's profile on the

Lot: 404 - Sako Vixen Bolt Action Rifle

serial #111447, 222 Mag, 23 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95% original blue with some light speckled surface oxidation and fading along the barrel toward the muzzle, the bolt handle and edges of the receiver. The

Lot: 405 - PTR Industries PTR-91 G.I. R Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #GI10331, 308 Win, 18" barrel with flash hider and an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original matte parkerized finish with some very light wear noted along the bearing surfaces. Rifle is equipped with a set of OD green

Lot: 406 - Remington Model 121 Fieldmaster Slide Action

serial #30905, 22 shot, 24" Routledge smoothbore barrel with a single bead sight, the 22 caliber section of the bore remains bright and there is some light oxidation present in the remainder. The metal surfaces retain about 95% original blue that is

Lot: 407 - German P.08 Luger S/42 Pistol by Mauser

serial #2926, 9mm, 4" barrel with an about very good bore showing frosting along its length. The metal surfaces retain about 95% of a reblued finish, the loss mostly to thinning on the frame. The toggle is marked with an "S/42" assembly code, the

Lot: 408 - German P.08 Weimar Police Luger Pistol by Erfurt

serial #7418p, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore showing minor frosting along its length. The metal surfaces retain about 70% original blue, the loss due to an overall toning to gray, especially on the straps with muzzle, sideplate

Lot: 409 - German Luger 1920 Commercial Model Pistol by DWM

serial #1648n, 30 Luger, 3 7/8" barrel with a bright about excellent bore showing only minor frosting along its length. The metal surfaces of this reclaimed military pistol retain about 85% original blue, the loss due to fading on the straps, muzzle,

Lot: 410 - German Luger 1920 Commercial Model Pistol by DWM

serial #7644o, 30 Luger, 3 7/8" barrel with a bright excellent bore showing perhaps just a hint of frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this reclaimed military pistol retain about 95% of the maker applied hot rust blue, the loss due to

Lot: 411 - German Luger 1920 Commercial Police Model Pistol

serial #500q, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore showing minor pitting and frosting along its length. The metal surfaces retain about 80-85% original blue, the loss due to fading of the straps, muzzle, sideplate and operational wear as

Lot: 412 - U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Pistol by Aston

.54 Cal, 8 1/2" barrel with a good plus bore that shows scattered oxidation and pitting. The lockplate and hammer are a dull brown patina with scattered oxidation staining, while the ramrod, barrel and upper tang are a dull gray patina with scattered

Lot: 413 - Prussian Model 1809 Percussion Musket by Saarn

71 Cal, 41" barrel with an oxidized bore. The barrel and the nipple are an overall oxidized brown patina with a spot of light tool marks at the left rear and some scattered light pitting. The lockplate and hammer are a gray patina with scattered

Lot: 414 - German Model 1883 Reichsrevolver by Erfurt with

serial #2223g, 11mm German Ordnance, 4 1/2" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some light oxidation near muzzle. The metal surfaces of this 1895-dated revolver retain about 70% original blue with scattered fading and freckling. The smooth

Lot: 415 - Browning Hi Power Semi Auto Pistol

serial #245PZ80137, 9mm, 4 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The silver chrome finish rates about excellent with a few small oxidation blemishes on the backstrap and gold trigger. The checkered rubber grips rate excellent with the left panel

Lot: 416 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Mauser Oberndorf

serial #7728y, 9mm, 5" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this byf 44 coded pistol retain 95% original blue with some scattered silvering and some light oxidation staining on the frontstrap. The brown bakelite grips rate very

Lot: 417 - German P.35 (P) Semi Auto Pistol by Radom

serial #D5928, 9mm, 4 3/4" barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows a spot or two of minor frosting. The metal surfaces of this slotted Type I pistol retain 60% original blue with silvering on the exposed edges, oxidation staining on the

Lot: 418 - U.S. M1 Carbine by Winchester

serial #1003856, 30 Carbine, 18" 10-42 dated Winchester barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some frosting near muzzle. The metal surfaces retain 80% of an arsenal parkeried finish with a few spots of oxidation staining on the bayonet lug,

Lot: 419 - Winchester Model 12 Trench Slide Action Shotgun

serial #963340, 12 Ga, 20 1/2" barrel, un-choked, with a very good bore that shows some scattered light oxidation. The metal surfaces are an overall dull gray patina with scattered spots of dried grease and some light oxidation staining. The walnut

Lot: 420 - Winchester Model 1894 Takedown Lever Action Rifle

serial #450336, 32 WS, 26" round barrel with a good plus bore that shows frosting and light pitting throughout but strong rifling. The receiver is an overall silver pewter with scattered oxidation staining, while the magazine tube and barrel retain

Lot: 421 - Custom Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle

serial #37556, 45-70, 20" shortened round barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting and light pitting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 95% of a reapplied blue finish with some oxidation on buttplate, light silvering at

Lot: 422 - Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

serial #401239, 32 WS, 26" octagon barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting and light pitting but strong rifling. The receiver and lever are an overall dull gray patina with some light tool marks at the left rear of receiver,

Lot: 423 - Winchester Model 64 Lever Action Rifle

serial #1172461, 30 WCF, 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The receiver retains 50% original blue with scattered fading to brown with the heaviest flaking on the left side and some scattered light freckling. The lever retains 97% original blue

Lot: 424 - U.S. Model 1855 Percussion Musket by Springfield

.58 Cal, 40" barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. The barrel is an overall dull gray oxidized patina with a couple areas remaining bright, areas of light pitting near muzzle and at lockplate. The lockplate is dated 1860, both it and the hammer

Lot: 425 - Uberti Model 1866 Lever Action Sporting Rifle

serial #59629, 44 WCF, 24" octagon barrel with a bright excellent bore. The brass surfaces rate near excellent with some light oxidation blemishes on buttplate and some scattered light handling marks and discoloration on the receiver. The steel

Lot: 426 - Uberti Model 1873 Lever Action Carbine

serial #W39050, 44 WCF, 19" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The lever retains 99% of its original case colors and the other parts retain 99% original blue finish. The walnut stock rates excellent retaining 98% of the original varnish with a

Lot: 427 - U.S. M1 Carbine by Rockola

serial #1750841, 30 Carbine, 18" Rockola barrel with a near excellent bore that shows some minor frosting near muzzle. The metal surfaces retain 93% arsenal parkerized finish with a spot of oxidation on the underside of barrel, a couple spots of

Lot: 428 - Late-War German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #8340A, 9mm, 5" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this ac45-coded pistol retain 90% original blue with trigger and hammer appearing to be a faded phosphate, scattered areas fading to gray, some scattered light

Lot: 429 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #8806a, 9mm, 5" barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows a small spot of frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this ac44-coded pistol retain 90% original blue with scattered silvering to the exposed edges and heavier

Lot: 430 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #590c, 9mm, 5" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting and some light pitting. The metal surfaces of this transitional ac42 pistol retain 85% original blue with scattered areas fading to gray, a patch of light oxidation on

Lot: 431 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Mauser Oberndorf

serial #2334x, 9mm, 5" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this byf 44-coded pistol retain 90% original blue with a few scattered specks of light oxidation, silvering on the exposed edges, frontstrap and backstrap. The black

Lot: 432 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #2018d, 9mm, 5" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows minor frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this transitional ac42-coded pistol retain 85% original blue with the frontstrap fading to gray, light silvering to the exposed

Lot: 433 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #8528h, 9mm, 5" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this second variation ac42-coded pistol retain 90% original blue with the frontstrap and backstrap fading to gray and a couple other small spots of fading. The brown

Lot: 434 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #5885a, 9mm, 5" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows scattered light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this first variation ac42-coded pistol retain 90% original blue with a few areas of light freckling, light silvering on

Lot: 435 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #3848a, 9mm, 5" barrel with a very good bore that shows some scattered light frosting. The metal surfaces of this first variation ac44 pistol retain 97% original blue with the gun exhibiting late war machining, a few spots of light freckling

Lot: 436 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Mauser Oberndorf

serial #122p, 9mm, 5" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows minor frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this byf43-coded pistol retain 85% original blue with a few spots fading to brown, some spots of pinprick pitting on slide,

Lot: 437 - Browning Model 12 Slide Action Shotgun

serial #01388NM872, 28 Ga, 26" ventilated-rib barrel choked modified with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this Grade I shotgun retain 98% original blue with some minor operational wear on the magazine tube. The walnut stock rates

Lot: 438 - British No. 5 Mk 1 Bolt Action "Jungle Carbine" by

serial #Z1521, 303 British, 19" barrel with a very good bore that shows some frosting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces of this 1/47 dated carbine retain 95% of the original Suncorite finish with some scattered small spots of light flaking and

Lot: 439 - U.S. M1 Garand Semi Auto Rifle by Springfield

serial #2474491, 30-06, 24" 10-63 dated Springfield barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 80% arsenal parkerized finish with scattered silvering and fading to gray. The walnut stock rates very good showing an added oil

Lot: 440 - U.S. M1 Garand Semi Auto Rifle by Springfield

serial #2639483, 30-06, 24" Criterion barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98-99% arsenal grade black parkerized finish. The nicely figured walnut stock rates excellent as refinished with an added varnish, a couple minor

Lot: 441 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Mauser Oberndorf

serial #3979r, 9mm, 5" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this byf44 coded pistol retain 95% original blue with a few areas fading to brown, a minor ding on the front strap, light silvering on the backstrap and some scattered

Lot: 442 - Ruger No. 1-S Falling Block Rifle

serial #134-21375, 9.3x74R, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue finish. The checkered buttstock and Alexander Henry forend rate excellent with no discernable dings and a couple light handling marks. The

Lot: 443 - Colt Army Special Double Action Revolver

serial #534881, 38 Special, 6" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1926 production revolver retain 99% original blue with some sparsely scattered freckling specks on the front and backstrap. The un-numbered checkered

Lot: 444 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #943c, 9mm, 5" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this transitional period ac42-coded pistol retain 90% original blue with a few scattered light freckling specks and some scattered silvering with the heaviest being on

Lot: 445 - Scarce Spanish 1892 Bolt Action Carbine by Mauser

serial #960, 7mm Mauser, 17 1/2" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting and a few pits but strong rifling. The metal surfaces are an overall dull brown patina with scattered freckling and light oxidation. The walnut stock rates

Lot: 446 - Scottish 42nd Regt. "Black Watch" Dirk

This is a rather neat looking dirk measuring 17 3/8" overall with a 12" blade equipped with a 5" false edge and file work spine. The blade has toned to pewter with scattered fine oxidation and a little more prominent pitting at the tip. The rear of

Lot: 447 - Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

serial #567235, 32 W.S., 26" octagon barrel with full magazine and a bright excellent bore showing some sparse very fine oxidation at the muzzle. The barrel and magazine retain about 95-97% original blue, loss due to light edge wear and scattered

Lot: 448 - Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

serial #245120, 32-40, 26" Octagon barrel with full magazine and a very good bore showing evident rifling with even fine frosting and scattered oxidation. The barrel and magazine retain 90-92% evenly thinning original blue toning to brown, loss due

Lot: 449 - Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle

serial #806085, 32-40, 26" octagon barrel with an excellent bright bore showing strong evident rifling with some sparse specks of very light oxidation. The barrel and magazine retain 95% original blue, loss due to light wear and scattered spots of

Lot: 450 - Winchester Model 1982 Lever Action Rifle

serial #360395, 25-20, 24" round barrel with full magazine and a good bore modest oxidation and pitting still showing evident rifling. The barrel and magazine retain about 80% original blue toning to brown with scattered fine oxidation, tiny impact

Lot: 451 - Winchester Model 70 Classic Super Grade Bolt

serial #G48814, 270 Win., 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This rifle is virtually new in-the-box with the metal surfaces retaining 99% original blue, the triggerguard an attractive purplish blue. The controlled round feed bolt body has a

Lot: 452 - J.C. Reilly Percussion Double Fowler

serial #7869, 12 ga, 31" damascus barrels with very good lightly pitted bores. The barrels display a beautiful damascus pattern with light pinprick pitting around the breech area. The top rib is marked "J.C. REILLY. NEW OXFORD STREET, LONDON." The

Lot: 453 - Soviet TT-33 Semi-Auto Pistol by Tula

serial #SI741, 7.62 Tokarev, 4 1/2" barrel with a fair bore showing moderate pitting and visible rifling throughout its length. The metal surfaces of this 1941-dated pistol remain in excellent condition with about 92% factory bluing, some light

Lot: 454 - Smith & Wesson 32-20 Model 1905 Hand Ejector

serial #42783, 32-20 Winchester, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this second change revolver retain about 90% original blue with the loss attributed to high edge and muzzle wear, a few small scratches on the right side

Lot: 455 - Smith & Wesson 32-20 Model 1905 Hand Ejector

serial #127545, 32-20 Winchester, 6" barrel with a very good bore displaying some minor frosting. The metal surfaces of this fourth change revolver retain about 90% original blue with some light scattered freckling above the gripstraps and inside the

Lot: 456 - Japanese Type 14 Semi-Auto Pistol by Nagoya

serial #18303 (Series 2), 8mm Nambu, 4 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this February 1944-made pistol retain about 96% original dull factory blue with some high edge and operational wear, a safety mark, and some very

Lot: 457 - German P.38 Semi-Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #3835d, 9mm Luger, 5" barrel with a very good plus bore showing some minor frosting throughout. The metal surfaces of this ac42-coded pistol retain about 97% original blue with some scattered freckling, a few light scratches, and areas of the

Lot: 458 - Remington Model 81 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #46381, 35 Remington, 22" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this February 1949-made rifle retain about 94% original blue with some high edge wear and some scattered scratches, handling marks, and freckling. The bolt

Lot: 459 - Colt Open Top Single Action Pocket Revolver

serial #33510, 22 RF, 2 3/8" barrel with a good bore with pitting but very strong rifling throughout. The barrel and cylinder of this little revolver retain about 90% nickel plating with some light scattered pinprick pitting and flaking. The brass

Lot: 460 - Remington Model 1895 Double Derringer

serial #4, 41 RF, 3" barrels with good bores showing scattered light pitting but strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this derringer retain about 90-92% original nickel plating with flaking to brown along the gripstraps and frame and

Lot: 461 - Remington Model 600 Bolt Action Carbine

serial #77937, 6.5 Rem Mag, 18 1/2" ventilated rib barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this handy bolt gun retain about 98% original blue with a few minor handling marks. The rib shows some stress marks and a crack directly

Lot: 462 - Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #430308, 32 ACP, 3 3/4" barrel with a very good bore showing some minor frosting and oxidation throughout. The metal surfaces of this 1923-made pistol retain about 96% original nickel plating with a few small areas of minor flaking and

Lot: 463 - CZ BRNO Model ZH304 Combination Gun

serial #374109, 7x57R x 12 ga, 24" barrels with shotgun choked full, with bright excellent bores. The metal surfaces of this gun retain about 94% original blue with some thinning below the frame, some high edge and operational wear, and some

Lot: 464 - Triplett & Scott Repeating Carbine

serial #4319, 50 RF, 22" barrel with a bright very good bore showing some scattered light pitting throughout. The metal surfaces of this carbine have worn to gunmetal overall, with scattered grayish brown patches, freckling, and small dings and tool

Lot: 465 - Uberti 1860 Henry Lever Action Rifle

serial #17770, 44 WCF, 24" octagon barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel and action are in-the-white and rate about excellent with a few small specks of oxidation; the bright brass receiver rates near excellent with some panels toning

Lot: 466 - Smith & Wesson Model 34-1 23/32 Kit Gun Revolver

serial #M172010, 22 LR, 4" pinned barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this 1981-made gun retain 98% original nickel-plated finish with a few scattered superficial scratches and has a light turn ring on the recessed cylinder.

Lot: 467 - Smith & Wesson Model 34 23/32 Kit Gun Revolver

serial #61428, 22 LR, 4" pinned barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% original blue finish with some minor loss due to light silvering at the muzzle, a small scratch on the triggerguard and minor turn ring around the

Lot: 468 - Unmarked Austrian Under Lever Double Hammer Rifle

serial #55, .45 cal. CF (.448" groove), 27 1/2" barrels with very good bores which are mostly bright showing sharp rifling, but with scattered light pitting, more prominent nearer the throat. The barrels are an overall dull gray-blue patina with some

Lot: 469 - German Drilling Combination Gun by Simson

serial #999380, 12 ga. x 7x65R and 22 Magnum chamber insert adapter, 24 3/4" barrels with bright excellent bores in shotgun and adapter, the rifle barrel being about excellent showing some minor pitting nearer the throat but is mostly bright with

Lot: 470 - Unmarked German Buchsflinte Combination Gun

serial #3145, 16 ga. x 8x57JR, 26" Krupp Laufstahl barrels with a bright very good plus shotgun bore showing remnants of some light pinprick pitting and a handful of tiny dings, not even worth the raising, choked full. The rifle barrel rates about

Lot: 471 - A H Fox Sterlingworth Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #89226, 12 ga., 30" barrels both choked a tight modified, with bright excellent bores, the left tube showing a couple of minor dents which really do not even warrant attention. The barrels retain about 98% original blue showing some light

Lot: 472 - Austrian Boxlock Double Ejector Two Barrel Set

serial #5054, 16 ga. barrels and 16 ga. x .32 cal. CF. 28" shotgun barrels choked full and full with very good bores which show remnants of light oxidation and sparsely scattered light pitting their full length, they are maker-marked on their rib and

Lot: 473 - Remington New Model 1858 Army Percussion Revolver

serial #52079, .44 cal, 8" octagon barrel with a fair bore which shows evident rifling but with pitting its entire length. The metal surfaces are an overall deep plum brown patina, showing some remnants of an old light cleaning. The cleaning has left

Lot: 474 - Maynard Second Model Civil War Carbine

serial #17574, 50 Cal, 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore that shows some light frosting in the grooves. The barrel retains about 95% original blue with a crisp "G.W.S." inspection stamp on the left side, scattered freckling and light fading.

Lot: 475 - Remington Rolling Block New York State Militia

.50-70, 36" barrel with a good plus bore that has a few large patches of pitting, further smaller scattered pitting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces are mostly bright likely having been lightly cleaned with some light pitting on buttplate,

Lot: 476 - Lee Speed Sporter Bolt Action Rifle by BSA

serial #6889, 303 British, 24 1/2" barrel with an about very good bore that shows light pitting throughout but evident Metford rifling. The metal surfaces retain 60% original blue with scattered even fading, some silvering on the receiver and

Lot: 477 - Marlin Model 1893 Lever Action Rifle

serial #158293, 38-55, 26" round barrel with an about very good bore showing minor pitting and oxidation in the grooves. The "Special Smokeless Steel" barrel and full length magazine tube have toned to a mix of plum and brown with deep scratches on

Lot: 478 - German Scalloped Boxlock Double Shotgun by Simson

serial #639364, 12 ga, 28" barrels choked improved cylinder and full with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 98% original blue finish with very light handling marks. The scalloped boxlock frame is embellished in a light foliate scroll

Lot: 479 - J.P. Sauer & Sohn Scalloped Boxlock Double

serial #395315, 12 ga, 28 1/4" Krupp steel barrels, both choked full with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 85% original finish with light scratches, handling marks and light pitting; there are a few, more pronounced impact marks which

Lot: 480 - Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #511491, 32 ACP, 3 3/4" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1932-made pistol retains about 97% factory blue with light high edge wear, scattered scratches and few minor oxidation stains. The checkered walnut factory grips with silver Colt

Lot: 481 - Smith & Wesson K-38 Combat Masterpiece Double

serial #K163891, 38 Special, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1952-made Combat Masterpiece remains in grand condition retaining about 98% factory blue showing light high edge wear and a turn ring on the cylinder. The service trigger and hammer

Lot: 482 - Colt Gold Cup National Match Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #FN02946, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. This series '80 Mark IV Gold Cup retains about 96% factory blue with beavertail grip safety toned to smoky gray and light edge wear. The smooth factory hardwood grips rate very good to

Lot: 483 - Remington Model 37 Target Bolt Action Rifle

serial #05883, 22 LR, 28" heavy barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with a couple tiny nicks and specks of fine oxidation. The plain pistolgrip walnut target stock rates very good with light handling marks

Lot: 484 - Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver

serial #204626, .36 cal, 7 1/2" barrel with an about good bore showing moderate pitting and oxidation, but strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver have toned to a dull brownish gray overall with some high edge wear, scattered

Lot: 485 - Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver

serial #66370, .36 cal, 7 1/2" barrel with a pitted, oxidized bore showing some rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver are a dark brown overall with moderate pitting and oxidation throughout and the brass triggerguard and gripstraps

Lot: 486 - Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver

serial #71897, .36 cal, 7 1/2" barrel with an about good bore showing pitting, oxidation, and visible rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver appear to have been lightly cleaned and have toned to a smoky gray overall, with scattered

Lot: 487 - Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver

serial #220544, .31 cal, 6" barrel with a fair bore showing pitting, oxidation, and rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver are a mottled dark gray and silver overall with some scattered oxidation staining, pinprick pitting, and small

Lot: 488 - Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

serial #109664, .44 cal, 8" barrel with a good bore showing some scattered light pitting but strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain about 90% of a reapplied dull blue with some high edge wear, a few scratches and dings,

Lot: 489 - New York State Percussion Buck and Ball Rifle by

serial #59, .42 cal. and 12 ga., 30" barrels with very good plus to near excellent bores which show a couple spots of very light oxidation. All the metal surfaces are a dull tarnished pewter patina, the barrel with scattered light oxidation, more

Lot: 490 - J.P. Sauer & Sohn Scalloped Boxlock Double

serial #395647, 16 ga, 28 1/4" Krupp steel barrels choked modified and full with bright excellent bores. The barrels, top lever and long tang triggerguard retain about 92% original blue with minor scratches and handling marks, more pronounced on the

Lot: 491 - Merkel Model 8 Scalloped Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #610586, 12 ga, 28" Special-Gewehrlaufstahl barrels choked tight full and full with bright about excellent bores. The barrels retain about 95% original blue with very light handling marks and starting to tone to brown. The Thalemann

Lot: 492 - Springfield Armory Model 1911-A1 National Rifle

serial #N342392, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue and gold plate with a light assembly mark near the slide stop. The hammer, thumb safety, magazine release and grip screws are gold plated

Lot: 493 - Merwin, Hulbert & Co. Spur Trigger Revolver

serial #71, 22 RF, 3 1/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This little spur trigger remains in wonderful condition. The metal surfaces retain about 97% factory nickel plate with a lightly cleaned area of pitting on the sideplate, a few scratches and

Lot: 494 - Winchester Model 12 Heavy Duck Slide Action

serial #1417216, 12 ga., 30" plain barrel with a bright excellent bore choked full. The barrel and magazine retain 98% original blue, loss due to light edge and contact wear from the slide. The receiver retains 98% original blue with loss due to high

Lot: 495 - Smith & Wesson Model 625-2 Double Action Revolver

serial #BDC5857, 45 ACP / AR, 5" full lug barrel with an excellent bore. The matte stainless steel surfaces rate about very good to excellent with scattered light scratches, light wear marks and a turn ring on the cylinder. The .400" semi-target

Lot: 496 - U.S. Model 1832 Artillery Short Sword by Ames

19" blade which is mostly bright but also shows overall speckled oxidation staining and scattered light pinprick pitting, but is uncleaned and unmolested showing good original grind marks. The Eagle and Ames/Springfield marking are light at the

Lot: 497 - Sharps Model 1C Pepperbox Deringer

serial #12195, 22 RF, 2 1/2" four-barrel cluster with lightly frosted bores. The metal surfaces of the barrels retain about 60% factory blue with scattered pewter from lightly cleaned oxidation stains and pitting. The brass frame has about 90% plus

Lot: 498 - Colt Police Positive Special Revolver with Wells

serial #162120, 38 Special, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely 1919 made pistol retains about 99% professionally reapplied blue with light handling wear plus there are marks visible under the reapplied finish. The trigger and hammer retain

Lot: 499 - Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto

serial #191786, 25 ACP, 2 1/8" barrel with a moderately frosted bore. The metal surfaces of this 1918-made pistol retain about 95% factory nickel plate with scattered light oxidation blemishes, pitting and fine scratches. The checkered hard rubber

Lot: 500 - Mauser Commercial Pocket Model 1934 Semi-Auto

serial #558510, 32 ACP, 3 3/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely pocket pistol retains about 99% factory blue finish with minor edge wear and a few light handling marks. The one-piece checkered black synthetic factory grips with Mauser

Lot: 501 - Factory Cut-Away Glock 19 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #JQ2482, 9mm, 4" cut-away barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus Tenifer finish with the surfaces of the polymer frame rating excellent. The factory has cut away portions of the frame, slide, barrel and

Lot: 502 - Cimarron Schofield Top-Break Revolver by Armi San

serial #1409, 45 Colt, 7" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal parts retain about 99% factory blue finish with a few light handling marks and a turn ring on the cylinder. The hammer, trigger, triggerguard, stud latch, barrel block and ejector

Lot: 503 - Smith & Wesson Model 624 .44 Target Revolver

serial #AHB3285, 44 Special, 4" tapered barrel with an excellent bore. The lightly polished stainless steel surfaces rate near excellent with scattered scratches, turn ring on the cylinder and slight edge wear. The hard chrome finish on the standard

Lot: 504 - Bacon Arms Co. Pepperbox Revolver

serial #165, 22 RF, 2 1/2" six-barrel cluster with lightly frosted bores. The metal surfaces retain about 20 – 30% factory nickel plate with remaining metal on the frame worn to pewter along with scattered pitting, oxidation stains, dings and a

Lot: 505 - Smith & Wesson Model 28-2 Highway Patrolman

serial #N10808, 357 Magnum, 4" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This early 1970's revolver retains about 96% factory blue with high edge wear, turn ring on the recessed cylinder and scratches. The service hammer and trigger retain robust

Lot: 506 - Argentine Model 1927 Sistema Colt by

serial #109669, 11.25mm (45 ACP), 5" replacement Colt barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this importer-marked pistol retain about 97% reapplied matte blue finish with a few light handling marks, edge wear and scratches. The

Lot: 507 - Smith & Wesson Model 1905 Military & Police Hand

serial #149980, 38 Special, 4" barrel with a moderately pitted bore. This 3rd change revolver has factory rework marks indicating it was refurbished in September of 1979. The metal surfaces retain about 96% factory reapplied blue finish with

Lot: 508 - Custom Colt Official Police Revolver

serial #654794, 41 Special, 4" replacement barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely gun has been rebuilt into a fine defensive revolver by master gunsmith Andy Horvath of the Diagonal Road Gun Shop. The owner commissioned him to build a 41 Special

Lot: 509 - Smith & Wesson Model 34-1 22/32 Kit Gun Revolver

serial #103029, 22 LR, 2" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This early 1960's Kit Gun retains about 98% factory blue with most of the loss to scattered fine scratches and a light turn ring on the recessed cylinder. The service trigger and

Lot: 510 - Colt Peacemaker 22 Scout Revolver

serial #G49866, 22 LR, 4 3/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This single cylinder revolver retains about 97% factory blue and anodized finishes with a light turn ring on the cylinder, high edge wear and a few scratches. The case-hardened colors on

Lot: 511 - Colt Pocket Positive Revolver

serial #126474, 32 Colt New Police (S&W), 3 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1926-made revolver retains about 97% factory blue with high edge wear, turn ring on the cylinder and scattered faint freckling. The checkered hard rubber factory

Lot: 512 - Smith & Wesson Model 35-1 22/32 Target Revolver

serial #94977, 22 LR, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This early 1960s J frame revolver retains about 96% factory blue with light high edge wear, turn ring on the recessed cylinder, grip frame thinning and a few handling marks. The service trigger

Lot: 513 - Smith & Wesson Model 29-2 Revolver

serial #N664428, 44 Magnum, 4" Mag-na-ported pinned heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This 1979/1980-made revolver retains 99% plus factory blue with a faint turn ring on the recessed cylinder. The .500" target hammer and .500" target trigger

Lot: 514 - U.S. FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide Lamp

45 ACP, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 80% plus original gunmetal gray corrosion resistant finish with scattered scratches, scuffs, oxidized floorplate and moderate freckling that is prevalent on the right side of

Lot: 515 - U.S. FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide Lamp

45 ACP, 4" barrel with an excellent bore exhibiting a few minor oxidation blemishes. The metal surfaces retain about 85% original gunmetal gray corrosion resistant finish with light to moderate freckling, oxidation blemishes and scratches. The grind

Lot: 516 - Smith & Wesson Model 25-2 1955 Target Revolver

serial #N828627, 45 ACP / AR, 6" pinned heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This early 1980's-made revolver retains about 98% factory blue with light freckling on the butt, a few handling marks and a turn ring on the cylinder. The .400" target

Lot: 517 - Smith & Wesson Model 39 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #66885, 9mm, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. This transitional pistol remains in fantastic condition and the metal surfaces retain about 99% plus factory blue and anodized finishes. The checkered walnut factory grips with silver S&W

Lot: 518 - Smith & Wesson Model 585 Distinguished Combat

serial #AUB2292, 357 Magnum, 6" full lug barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue with a light turn ring on the cylinder. The .312" smooth combat trigger and .375" semi-target hammer retain bold case-hardened

Lot: 519 - Smith & Wesson Model 17-4 K-22 Masterpiece

serial #33K7161, 22 LR, 6" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue with a light turn ring on the recessed cylinder. The .500" target trigger and .500" target hammer retain bold case-hardened colors with

Lot: 520 - Colt Officers Model Match Revolver

serial #901866, 38 Special, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1953-made revolver retains about 97% factory blue with light high edge wear, scratches and turn ring on the cylinder. The replacement checkered walnut factory service grips with

Lot: 521 - Remington Model 700 Classic Bolt Action Rifle

serial #B6680160, 350 Remington Magnum, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue with a few handling marks. The one-piece factory classic style walnut stock features a checkered forend and pistol grip plus a

Lot: 522 - Smith & Wesson Model 34-1 22 / 32 Kit Gun Revolver

serial #M95403, 22 LR, 4" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This mid 1970's made revolver retains about 99% factory nickel plate with a few handling marks and a turn ring on the cylinder. The service trigger and hammer retain vibrant

Lot: 523 - Colt New Service Revolver

serial #15852, 38-40 W.C.F., 5 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore exhibiting a few minor oxidation blemishes. This 1906-made revolver retains about 90% original and reapplied blue with high edge wear, grip frame thinning to brown, a few scratches,

Lot: 524 - Colt Officers Model Match Revolver

serial #83955, 22 LR, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This importer marked and German proofed 1966-made revolver retains about 98% factory blue with light high edge wear, scratches and a turn ring on the cylinder. The checkered walnut factory grips

Lot: 525 - Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #125348, 32 ACP, 3 3/4" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1912-made pistol retains about 96% factory blue with light high edge wear, a few lightly cleaned areas of pitting, scratches and the backstrap starting to tone to purple. There is

Lot: 526 - Custom Peabody Falling Block Rifle

45-70, 28 1/2" heavy octagon barrel with an excellent bore. The barrel retains about 98-99% of the original browned finish, the frame and remaining metal parts of the action have flaked to a rich mottled brown and have areas of light pitting. The

Lot: 527 - Springfield Model 1922 M2 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #8254, 22 LR, 24 1/2" barrel marked "SA / (ordnance bomb) / 5-37" with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% of the arsenal parkerized finish that is flaking to more of a brown patina and has light wear along the edges

Lot: 528 - Unmarked Full-Stock Flintlock Rifle

About .62 Caliber, 36" heavy octagon barrel with lightly oxidized smooth bore. The barrel features a simple set of sights and appears to be hand forged with uneven lines and various tool marks present. The metal surfaces are overall a rich mottled

Lot: 529 - Custom Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall Falling

serial #100737, 22 R Lovell, 26" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% of a commercially applied blue finish which covers some areas of light pitting and impact marks, mostly on the frame. Rifle is equipped with high

Lot: 530 - Browning Model 1885 Falling Block Rifle

serial #03990NM247, 223 Rem, 28" octagon barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% of the original blue with only a few light handling marks noted. The checkered walnut stocks rate excellent and have a few light dings. The

Lot: 531 - Custom Browning Model 1885 Falling Block Rifle

serial #02231NM247, 405 Win, 26" round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with only a few light handling marks noted. The barrel is unmarked with the exception of the caliber marking which is nicely

Lot: 532 - Ruger No.1-V Falling Block Rifle

serial #133-37821, 220 swift, 26" heavy barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with a few very light handling marks, the frame is toning to a lovely plum. The checkered walnut stocks rate excellent and

Lot: 533 - Remington Model 673 Bolt Action Guide Rifle

serial #7786527, 350 Rem Mag, 22" ventilated rib barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% plus original blue with no visible wear noted. Rifle features a checkered laminate hardwood stock which rates excellent and is

Lot: 534 - Anschutz Model 1518D Luxus Bolt Action Rifle

serial 31262367, 22 WMR, 19 3/4" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue that has a few very light handling marks scattered about. The checkered hardwood European style mannlicher stock rates excellent

Lot: 535 - German P.08 Luger BYF-Coded Pistol by Mauser

serial #3449s, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright near excellent bore showing minor frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain about 60% of a hastily applied cold blue, the loss due to almost all of the finish missing on the upper left side frame

Lot: 536 - German P.08 Luger BYF-Coded Pistol by Mauser

serial #2815f, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90-92% of an arsenal reblued finish. The barrel is an arsenal replacement and has been numbered to match the frame, it is missing the test proof and

Lot: 537 - German P.08 Luger S/42 Pistol by Mauser

serial #9917n, 9mm, 4" barrel with an about very good bore showing minor pitting and frosting along its length. The metal surfaces retain about 95% of a reblued finish with pitting and oxidation visible under the surface. The toggle is marked with an

Lot: 538 - German P.08 Luger S/42 Pistol by Mauser

serial #7510k, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain a mix of original and a reblued finish. The frame and sideplate appear to have been cleaned and cold blued and is thinning where applied, the barrel, receiver

Lot: 539 - German P.08 Luger Pistol by DWM

serial #6496f, 30 Luger, 3 7/8" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95% of a reblued finish and the straw parts have been redone at some point as well. The toggle is marked DWM, the chamber is un-dated, there is no

Lot: 540 - German P.08 Police Issue Luger Pistol by DWM

serial #8186q, 9mm 4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 80-85% of a reblued finish and the straw parts have been refreshed at some point as well. The toggle is marked DWM, the chamber is dated 1920 and all of

Lot: 541 - German Luger 1920 Commercial Model Pistol by DWM

serial #9898o, 30 Luger, 3 7/8" barrel with an about very good bore showing minor frosting and pitting along its length. The metal surfaces of this reclaimed military pistol retain about 85% original blue, the loss due to the straps toning to gray

Lot: 542 - German P.08 Luger Pistol by Erfurt

serial #243q, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore showing minor frosting along its length. The metal surfaces retain about 55%-60% original blue, the loss due to most areas fading to a mottled gray, most noticeably on the straps and

Lot: 543 - German Officer's Model 1883 Reichsrevolver by Suhl

serial #487s, 11mm German Ordnance, 4 1/2" barrel with a good bore that shows some scattered oxidation and pitting but evident rifling. The metal surfaces of this undated revolver show an original blue that has mostly faded to a dull brown patina

Lot: 544 - U.S. Model 1870 Trapdoor Rifle by Springfield

serial #42710, 50-70 govt., 32 1/2" barrel with a bright about excellent bore that shows some scattered light frosting. The barrel remains mostly bright with some scattered light freckling and oxidation staining. The bands are a dull gray patina with

Lot: 545 - Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine

serial #958868, 32 WS, 20" round barrel with a fair bore that shows pitting and frosting throughout. The receiver and lever are an overall dull gray patina with scattered oxidation stains, freckling and light silvering. The carbine style buttplate is

Lot: 546 - Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine

serial #1005226, 30 WCF, 20" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting and a few pits but strong rifling. The action and barrel band are a gunmetal gray patina with oxidation staining throughout. The barrel and magazine tube retain

Lot: 547 - Winchester Model 64 Lever Action Rifle

serial #1107695, 32 W.S., 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The receiver retains perhaps 50% original blue with the balance having turned a dull brown patina with scattered light oxidation staining and freckling. The lever retains about 80%

Lot: 548 - U.S. Model 1861 Percussion Musket by Lamson,

.58 Cal, 40" barrel with an oxidized bore. The metal surfaces are a dull brown oxidized patina with scattered areas of light to moderate pitting. The walnut stock rates very good plus as-cleaned with a few light chips in the cleaning rod channel, the

Lot: 549 - U.S. Model 1816 Percussion Musket by Springfield

.69 Cal, 42" barrel with an oxidized bore. The barrel is an overall dull gray oxidized patina with scattered light pitting, while the hammer and lockplate are a gray oxidized patina with scattered light pitting. The bands and bandkeepers are a

Lot: 550 - U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Musket by Springfield

.69 Cal, 42" barrel with an oxidized bore. The barrel is a dull gray oxidized patina with scattered light pitting. The hammer and lockplate are a mottled yellow oxidized patina with light pitting throughout, while the bandkeepers and bands are also a

Lot: 551 - U.S. Model 1861 Percussion Contract Musket by

.58 Cal, 40" barrel with an oxidized bore. The barrel remains bright in places with oxidation throughout much of its length, while the bands are turning to a gray patina with oxidation throughout. The hammer is a dull gray patina with scattered light

Lot: 552 - U.S. M1 Carbine by Inland Division

serial #6357957, 30 Carbine, 18" undated Inland barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces show an arsenal parkerized finish that has faded to gray with some scattered freckling and silvering. The walnut stock rates very good as-lightly

Lot: 553 - U.S. Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle by Springfield

serial #358791, 45-70 Govt., 32 5/8" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel retains 90% original blue with scattered fading and oxidation spots along its length and the bands retain 95% original blue with scattered light fading. The

Lot: 554 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Spreewerke

serial #6934x, 9mm, 5" barrel with a very good bore that shows frosting and light pitting throughout but strong rifling. The metal surfaces of this cyq-coded pistol retain 90% original blue with light silvering on the exposed edges, fading to gray on

Lot: 555 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Spreewerke

serial #3259k, 9mm, 5" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered pitting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces of this cyq-coded pistol retain 93-95% original blue with scattered silvering, fading light oxidation on the backstrap and in left

Lot: 556 - Scarce Polish WZ. 31 Bolt Action Rifle by Radom

serial #10660, 22 LR, 25" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1933-dated rifle are an overall dull gray patina with some freckling on the rear band and a few scattered spots of oxidation staining. The beech stock rates very good

Lot: 557 - German K98K Bolt Action Rifle by JP Sauer

serial #2479a, 8mm Mauser, 24" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting and light pitting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces of this 147 coded and 1940 dated rifle retain 60% original blue with scattered spots of oxidation,

Lot: 558 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #4052b, 9mm, 5" barrel with a good bore that shows oxidation and pitting throughout but strong rifling. The metal surfaces of this first variation ac44 -coded pistol retain 90% original blue with scattered spots of light fading, silvering on

Lot: 559 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Mauser Oberndorf

serial #3892s, 9mm, 5" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some scattered light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this byf44-coded pistol retain 93% original blue with a patch of cleaned pitting on the left front of slide, a few

Lot: 560 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #6588j, 9mm, 5" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some light frosting. The metal surfaces of this second variation ac42 pistol retain 60% original blue with heavy silvering on the frontstrap and triggerguard, fading to gray

Lot: 561 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #8232j, 9mm, 5" barrel with an about very good bore that shows scattered frosting and light oxidation. The metal surfaces of this second variation ac42 pistol retain 80% original blue with an area of loss due to contaminant on the left side of

Lot: 562 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #6615b, 9mm, 5" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting and light pitting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces of this first variation ac42 pistol retain 85% original blue with fading to gray on the fronstrap and

Lot: 563 - U.S. M1 Carbine by Winchester

serial #1013026, 30 Carbine, 18" blued unmarked barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% blue and arsenal parkerized finish with light silvering on triggerguard, light fading and fading on the barrel band and barrel. The

Lot: 564 - Winchester Model 52 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #157773, 22 LR, 28" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces are an overall dull brown patina with a small spot of dings on the underside of barrel, a few areas of freckling and traces of the original blue finish. The walnut stock

Lot: 565 - Winchester Model 1897 "Riot" Slide Action Shotgun

serial #886704, 12 Ga, 21" plain barrel choked cylinder with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this takedown frame shotgun retain 90% original blue with the expected operational wear on the magazine tube, light freckling on barrel and

Lot: 566 - Excellent Walther Model 9 Vest Pocket Semi Auto

serial #447215, 25 ACP, 2 1/4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this "(Crown)/N"-marked pistol retain 98% original blue with the very beginnings of light silvering on the high edges of the slide and a couple tiny spots fading to

Lot: 567 - Egyptian Contact Fn-49 Semi Auto Rifle

serial #16547, 8mm Mauser, 23" barrel with a very good bore that shows minor frosting and a few spots of pitting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 95% arsenal phosphate finish with scattered light fading and silvering. The walnut stock

Lot: 568 - Stevens Model 44 1/2 Ideal Falling Block Rifle

serial #2806, 25-20, 26" half-octagon half-round barrel with a bright near excellent bore that has some light frosting near muzzle. The action retains much original case colors with a small spot of light pitting on the front of lever, light fading on

Lot: 569 - Stevens Model 418 Walnut Hill Falling Block Rifle

serial #G808, 22 LR, 26" barrel with a very good plus bore that has minor frosting in the grooves. The action retains much of its original case colors with the frame shows some light fading, light freckling, the lever fading to brown with a couple

Lot: 570 - German P.640 (B) Semi Auto Pistol by FN

serial #41077o, 9mm, 4 5/8" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows a couple tiny pits and minor frosting. The metal surfaces of this "(Eagle)/WaA140"-marked pistol retain 60% original blue with scattered fading to brown, freckling, light

Lot: 571 - U.S. Model 1903 Bolt Action Rifle by Springfield

serial #846426, 30-06, 24" 4-18 dated Springfield barrel with a good bore that shows frosting and pitting throughout but evident rifling. The metal surfaces are an overall dull brown patina with scattered oxidation staining spots. The walnut stock

Lot: 572 - Winchester Model 52 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #30197, 22 LR, 28" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 90-93% original blue with some silvering around muzzle, light fading on barrel, scattered spots turning to brown on triggerguard, receiver and floorplate. The

Lot: 573 - Browning Model 1892 Lever Action Carbine

serial #06080PM167, 44 Magnum, 16" barrel with an excellent bore. The buttplate retains 60% original blue with several areas fading to brown, while the remaining metal surfaces of this Japanese made carbine retain 98% original blue with a couple tiny

Lot: 574 - German P.625(F) Semi Auto Pistol

serial #B3568A, 7.65mm Longue, 4 1/4" barrel with a very good bore that has some light pitting. The metal surfaces of this "S.A.C.M." marked French Model 1935 pistol retain 95% original black enamel with scattered light to moderate flaking spots. The

Lot: 575 - Prussian M1914 Steel Infantry Pickelhaube Helmet

The green felt shell shows a tiny hole at top, some scattered light discoloration and a couple tiny stains at front. The hardware appears to be all brass which is turning to a dull yellow patina with sparsely scattered specks of light oxidation. The

Lot: 576 - Prussian Ulanen Pickelhaube Helmet

The black leather dome shows crazing throughout, a few spots of spiderwebbing, minor spots of flaking and some scuffing. The crown has a black enamel finish with scattered flaking, scratches, scuffing and oxidation spots. The black and white Prussian

Lot: 577 - Saxon Jager Shako

The black leather dome and visor show scattered flaking and crazing. The black felt body shows a few spots of flaking and some dirt staining from the years. The front has a Saxon Jager Wappen that shows scattered flaking and some oxidation staining.

Lot: 578 - Prussian M1914 Steel Infantry Pickelhaube Helmet

The green felt dome shows a few minor spots of staining and a 1/2" crack at the right front of the rear visor. The front of the helmet has a Line Eagle Wappen that has turned to a gray patina with scattered oxidation staining, the other metal parts

Lot: 579 - Bavarian Infantry Pickelhaube Helmet

The black leather dome shows scattered dirt staining, crazing, flaking and crackling throughout the rear visor. The front wappen features the Bavarian crest with scattered light oxidation staining and the other brass parts are turning to a dull

Lot: 580 - Prussian Infantry Pickelhaube Helmet

The black dome shows scattered crazing, spider webbing, flaking and dirt staining. The right rear visor appears to be coming loose at one end and the front wappen has a Prussian eagle. The metal parts are an overall gray patina with some scattered

Lot: 581 - Prussian Infantry Pickelhaube Helmet

The black leather dome shows a few spiderwebs, scattered crazing and dirt staining. The rear visor shows crackling throughout, the front wappen has a Prussian eagle and the brass parts remain mostly bright with sparsely scattered light oxidation

Lot: 582 - Prussian M1916 Cuirassier Metalhelme

This all steel helmet has a brightly finished body with scattered oxidation staining, a few spots of light pitting on the visors and some flaking spots on the dome. The front has a Prussian Eagle wappen and the brass parts are turning a dull yellow

Lot: 583 - Bavarian Infantry Pickelhaube

The black leather dome shows a couple spots of spiderwebbing, a ding on the right side, scattered crazing, dust staining, a few dings and some crackling around the front visor. The spike is a bit off center, the wappen features a Bavarian crest, the

Lot: 584 - Badisches Infantry Pickelhaube

The black leather dome shows scattered crazing, dust staining, flaking and spiderwebbing. The wappen features a Badisches crest and the metal parts are an overall dull gray patina with scattered flaking and oxidation staining. There is no chinstrap

Lot: 585 - Prussian M1860 Pickelhaube

The black leather dome has a small spiderweb at rear, scattered crazing, flaking and dirt staining. The wappen features a Prussian eagle plate and the brass parts have turned to a dull ochre with scattered flaking and oxidation. There is a red, white

Lot: 586 - Interesting Imperial German Shako

The green felt dome shows some light staining spots and scattered small spots of loss. The cap and the visors show scattered flaking, crazing and crackling from the years. The wappen features a Prussian style eagle and the brass parts are an overall

Lot: 587 - German M35 Stahlhelm with Luftwaffe Decal

This is a German M35 Stahlhelm helmet with a turquoise blue and light tan camouflage paint that is likely post-war applied. There is a shallow dent on top of the dome, the paint shows scattered flaking giving way to oxidation on the base, there are a

Lot: 588 - German M40 Stahlhelm with Kriegsmarine Decal

This is a German M40 Stahlhelm helmet with a dark feldgrau paint. The paint shows scattered flaking, scratches, scuffs and oxidation under the paint. The interior of the helmet shows the same dark feldgrau paint with scattered oxidation, light

Lot: 589 - German M17 Stahlhelm

This is a German M17 Stahlhelm helmet with an apfelgrun paint. The paint has a few scuffs, light oxidation spots and some dirt staining. The interior of the helmet shows the same apfelgrun paint with scattered light oxidation, a few heavier oxidation

Lot: 590 - German M35 Stahlhelm

This is a German M35 Stahlhelm helmet with a camouflage paint that is likely post-war applied. The paint is a light tan color that is painted over a dark gray feldgrau paint with scattered flaking, runs in the paint and oxidation. The interior has a

Lot: 591 - Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine

serial #596924, 32-40, 20" round barrel with a fair bore having overall modest pitting and oxidation still showing rifling the entire length. The barrel retains about 80% original blue toning to brown under bright light with scattered very fine

Lot: 592 - Winchester Model 1903 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #86260, 22 Win. Auto, 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel retains 90-92% evenly thinning original blue with light scratches, oxidation staining and silvering around the muzzle. The receiver has toned to brown overall with a

Lot: 593 - Winchester Model 1890 Takedown Slide Action Rifle

serial #789445, 22 W.R.F., 24" octagon barrel with a very good plus bore showing strong rifling with some sparse very fine pitting and frosting. The barrel retains about 80% original blue toning to brown with scattered fine oxidation, light silvering

Lot: 594 - Winchester Model 1873 Third Model Rifle

serial #558552, 44 W.C.F., 20" octagon barrel with full magazine and an about very good bore showing good evident rifling with pitting and oxidation the entire length. The barrel and magazine bear an overall brown patina with areas of gray and

Lot: 595 - Colt Government Model Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #70L32618, 9mm, 5" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this MK IV Series 70 pistol retain 97-98% original blue with a little silvering on some high edges, multiple light scratches, minor handling marks, and some light

Lot: 596 - Colt Government Model Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #70G08967, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. This MK IV Series 70 pistol is lightly customized, the metal surfaces retain about 98% factory blue with light high edge wear, slide sides toning to purple, a few light assembly marks and

Lot: 597 - French Pinfire Double Hammergun by Lefaucheux

serial #4794/24, 16 ga., 29" Leopold Bernard barrels, both unchoked, with about very good bores which show minor pitting their full length. The barrels retain a nice damascus twist pattern their full length with spots of light oxidation and an area

Lot: 598 - Frank Wesson Transitional Sporting Double Trigger

serial #911, 32 RF, 24" barrel with a good bore that shows scattered pitting and frosting but evident rifling. The frame area retains 80% original nickel with a couple large areas of flaking, further scattered flaking, scratches and freckling and the

Lot: 599 - Smith & Wesson Model 66-3 Combat Magnum Revolver

serial #BBN6806, .357 Magnum, 3" full lug barrel with bright excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces rate excellent overall with a few spots of light fine oxidation staining, numerous faint scratches in the surface and a light turn ring along

Lot: 600 - Smith & Wesson Model 686 Distinguished Combat

serial#AYE9774, 357 Magnum, 4" full lug barrel with an excellent bore. This beautiful gun has been given a high polish and has the U.S. Customs and Border Protection "CS-1" mark under the crane on the frame above the serial number. The high polish

Lot: 601 - Colt New Service Revolver

serial #353828, 45 Colt, 5 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain about 60% original thinning blue with the remainder worn to pewter along with light scratches and scattered freckling. The hammer and

Lot: 602 - Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #131059, 25 ACP, 2 1/8" barrel with a good bore showing minor light pitting and frosting throughout. The metal surfaces of this 1915-made pistol retain about 96% original blue with some very light muzzle wear and silvering of the high edges, a

Lot: 603 - Colt Commando Double Action Revolver

serial #48922, 38 Special, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this revolver have little to no parkerized finish remaining with the majority toned to a mottled gray, silvering of the high edges, and some scattered freckling

Lot: 604 - German P.38 Semi-Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #1532d, 9mm Luger, 5" barrel with a very good plus bore showing some minor frosting. The metal surfaces of this ac44-coded pistol retain about 94% original blue with areas turning to plum throughout, some light scattered freckling, and a few

Lot: 605 - German P.38 Semi-Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #1320a, 9mm Luger, 5" barrel with a good bore showing a few scattered pits and frosting and heavy pitting and oxidation at the muzzle. The metal surfaces of this ac40-coded pistol retain about 55% original thinning blue with high edge wear,

Lot: 606 - German P.38 Semi-Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #1313k, 9mm Luger, 5" barrel with a very good plus bore showing some minor frosting. The metal surfaces of this ac44-coded pistol retain about 94% original blue with the frontstrap toning to gray, the frame toning overall to plum, some high

Lot: 607 - Savage Model 1899-B Lever Action Rifle

serial #38128, 303 Savage, 26" full octagon barrel with a very good plus bore showing some minor frosting. The metal surfaces of this 1904-made rifle retain about 85% original blue on the barrel with some high edge wear, scattered freckling, and

Lot: 608 - Colt New House Single Action Revolver

serial #13474, 38 CF, 2 1/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain about 90% original nickel plating with some small areas of cleaned pinprick pitting along the barrel and frame along with some scattered

Lot: 609 - Smith & Wesson Model 63 Kit Gun Revolver

serial #ANS5602, 22 LR, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces of this little revolver remain in very good condition with light scuffs, scratches, and handling marks throughout, along with a light turn ring on the

Lot: 610 - Beretta Model 1935 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #523054, 32 ACP, 3 1/2" barrel with a very good plus bore showing just a little frosting. This 1944-dated pistol remains in outstanding condition with the metal surfaces retaining about 98% original blue with some minor high edge wear, a few

Lot: 611 - Winchester Model 9422M XTR Lever Action Rifle

serial #F418299, 22 Mag, 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this rifle retain about 96% original blue with a few areas of minor flaking, scratches, high edge wear and handling marks. The checkered walnut forend and

Lot: 612 - Belgian Browning Auto-22 Grade I Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #T2645, 22 LR, 19 1/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98-99% original blue with a couple of specks of oxidation and a few minor handling marks. The checkered pistolgrip walnut stock and forearm rate near

Lot: 613 - Smith & Wesson K-22 Masterpiece Double Action

serial #K244283, 22 LR, 6" pinned and ribbed barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this 1955 5-screw Pre-model 17 revolver retain 95-97% original blue with silvering at the muzzle and on some high edges, a little thinning on the

Lot: 614 - High Standard "The Victor" Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #2476249, 22 LR, 5 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with a couple of scratches on the triggerguard, some scattered specks of oxidation and oxidation staining primarily found on the

Lot: 615 - Colt Woodsman Match Target Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #108414-S, 22 LR, 6" heavy barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this 1952 pistol retain 95% original blue with some toning toward brown on the backstrap, several light handling marks and a little minor oxidation staining.

Lot: 616 - Browning Hi-Power Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #75C51177, 9mm, 4 5/8" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue with a faint handling mark or two. The checkered walnut grips rate excellent. The gun is fitted with an adjustable rear sight and appears

Lot: 617 - Henry Model 30-30 Lever Action Rifle

serial #TTB002266, 30-30, 20" octagon barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel, magazine tube and action retain 99% original blue and the brass receiver, barrel band and buttplate rate excellent with a faint handling mark or two overall. The

Lot: 618 - Detonics Mark Vi Professional Model Semi-Auto

serial #CR11260, .45 ACP, 3 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The stainless surfaces rate excellent with several scattered light scratches. The pistol has a black blade rear sight with fixed front sight, spur hammer, and grooved trigger. The

Lot: 619 - Parker VH Grade Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #218679, 12 ga., 28" barrels, both choked a light modified, with bright excellent bores. The barrels are an overall dull blue-gray patina with some sparsely scattered light oxidation here and there and toning to a dull gray in the carry area

Lot: 620 - L.C. Smith Hunter Arms Co. Quality No. 2 Sidelock

serial #119428, 12 ga., 26" crown steel, barrels both un-choked, with very good bores which show remnants of light pitting their full lengths. The barrels retain about 98% very good quality restored blue. The frame, lockplates and forend iron are a

Lot: 621 - U.S. Model 1816 Percussion Musket by Springfield

.69 Cal, 42" barrel with a moderately oxidized bore. The metal surfaces remain partially bright with some areas turning to a dull gray patina, some band removal marks on barrel, a few spots of light pitting with light pitting throughout the buttplate

Lot: 622 - Charles Daly Field II Over Under Shotgun

serial #51383, 12 Ga, 30" ventilated rib barrels choked improved modified with excellent bores. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with some a few light freckles on the underside of barrel and a few spots of light silvering. The checkered

Lot: 623 - Winchester Model 12 Heavy Duck Slide Action

serial #1616685, 12 Ga, 30" plain barrel choked full with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 90-93% original blue with some a few spots of light oxidation, scattered light freckling, silvering and light fading. The walnut stock rates very

Lot: 624 - Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #83236, 32 ACP, 3 3/4" barrel with a near excellent bore that exhibits mild frosting. This 1909 made Type II pistol retains about 80% factory blue with the grip frame worn to brown, finish thinning to a mix of purple-gray-brown in areas on the

Lot: 625 - Smith & Wesson K-22 Masterpiece Hand Ejector

serial #K253183, 22 LR, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1955-made pre-model 17 revolver retain about 90% factory blue with the grip frame starting to thin to pewter, high edge wear, a few scratches and a turn ring on the

Lot: 626 - Unmarked Flintlock Fullstock Sporting Musket

About 45 cal., 48" part round part octagon barrel with a very good lightly oxidized smooth bore. The metal surfaces have toned to a rich dark brown patina with scattered fine oxidation and pitting with patches being more moderate at the rear of the

Lot: 627 - Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Rifle

serial #1050776, 32 WS, 26" round barrel with full magazine and a bright near excellent bore having a few specks of very fine oxidation towards the muzzle. The metal surfaces retain 99% professionally applied blue with some faint traces of fine

Lot: 628 - Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver

serial #202633, .31 cal, 4" barrel with a pitted and oxidized bore. The metal surfaces of this revolver are predominantly dark brown and gray with scattered small dings, oxidation staining, and pinprick pitting. The brass gripstraps and triggerguard

Lot: 629 - Remington New Model Pocket Cartridge Conversion

serial #22805, .32 RF, 3 1/2" barrel with a very good bore showing a few patches of light pitting and frosting. The metal surfaces of this little revolver have mostly toned to pewter with some patches of original blue in the protected areas of the

Lot: 630 - Baikal Model MR221 Boxlock Double Rifle

serial #0722102802R, 30-06, 23 1/2" barrels with bright excellent bores. The metal surfaces of this Remington-branded rifle retain about 99% original blue with just a few scattered handling marks. The checkered walnut pistolgrip buttstock and forend

Lot: 631 - Remington Model 8 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #61068, 35 Remington, 22" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue with some high edge wear, a few small scratches and areas at the rear barrel jacket and on the receiver toning to pewter. The

Lot: 632 - Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

serial #66777, .44 cal, 8" barrel with a fair bore showing pitting, oxidation, and visible rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver are a mottled dark gray and silver overall with moderate pitting, dings, and oxidation staining

Lot: 633 - Illinois Percussion Halfstock Sporting and Target

About .42 cal. 40" octagon barrel, turned for starter, with a lightly oxidized bore. The barrel is a plum brown patina with pewter undertones showing scattered sparse oxidation and some light handling marks. It is sighted with a brass blade front

Lot: 634 - Ohio Percussion Halfstock Rifle by Vanmeter

.36 cal, 37" octagon barrel with an oxidized bore. The barrel and lockplate are an overall dark plum brown patina, the barrel with lightly scattered oxidation. It features a simple German silver front sight with flattop shallow v-notch rear and is

Lot: 635 - British Flintlock Coat Pistol by Fisher

.56 cal., 6" octagon barrel with a lightly oxidized and pitted bore. The hammer, lock, tang and triggerguard strap are accented with sprigs of foliate engraving. The Damascus barrel is a brown, gray and pewter mix with evenly distributed pitting. The

Lot: 636 - Unertl 2" Ultra Varmint Rifle Scope

serial #36642, 12 power, fine crosshair reticle with clear optics, 24" overall length with a 2" plain objective and a 1" tube. The body retains about 90% original blue with scattered tiny scratches on the objective aperture, light ring wear and the

Lot: 637 - Lyman Super Target Spot Rifle Scope

serial #16925, 20 power, fine crosshair reticle with crisp optics, 24 3/8" overall length and 3/4" tube. The scope retains 99% original blue and is equipped with adjustable target mounts, rubber ocular cup and threaded lens covers. Included with

Lot: 638 - Winchester Model 12 Slide Action Shotgun

serial #53914, 12 ga, 30" solid rib barrel choked full with a bright excellent bore. The barrel and magazine tube of this 1914-made shotgun retain about 94% original blue with some high edge and operational wear and some flaking to silver toward the

Lot: 639 - Unmarked U.S. Model 1808 Percussion Conversion

.69 cal, 42" barrel with an oxidized bore. The metal surfaces of this musket have been lightly cleaned and have toned to a mottled gray with oxidation staining and scattered pitting throughout. The stock rates about good overall and has been lightly

Lot: 640 - Rare Parker 1937 Catalog

This 36-page spiral bound catalog is from 1937 when Remington Arms Co had taken over the helm of Parker, still at Bridgeport Conn. All grades from A-1 Special down to the Trojan are covered, each with a fine illustration of the gun proper, and

Lot: 641 - Parker 1928 Catalog

This 32 page stapled seam catalog is from 1928. The Parker Invincible grade is the first gun offered, with all subsequent grades and models being described and pictured down to the Trojan, after-which the Single Barrel Trap is covered along with

Lot: 642 - Rare Colt 1906 Pocket Catalog and Police Revolver

This lot includes two rare pieces of Colt ephemera. The first item is a Colt Patent Firearms Co pocket catalog from 1906. The catalog has a sky blue paper cover with image of the Police Positive revolver on its cover and the 1905 pistol with shoulder

Lot: 643 - Rare Remington Arms Co 1904-05 Catalog

This is a lovely and very rare piece of Remington firearms ephemera. The catalog is 63 pages and is the only year in-which the famous and very rare Remington Walker Hepburn Schuetzen rifle was listed. The cover is red cardstock with gold, deep blue

Lot: 644 - Rare Early Smith & Wesson Arms Catalog

This is an 1888 or 1889 Smith & Wesson catalog, 47 pages, paper constructed throughout. The cover has loose open scroll and the makers name and address and is a bit tender, showing a taped repair along its spine seam. Inside are the New Model 32,

Lot: 645 - U.S. Model FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide

45 ACP, 4" barrel with a lightly oxidized bore. The metal surfaces are brown with predominate oxidation and pitting. The barrel has a smooth grind mark with a few minor imperfections. The cocking knob rates excellent with light soiling and has mold

Lot: 646 - Ruger Vaquero Revolver

serial #56-68444, 45 Colt, 5 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The polished stainless steel surfaces of this revolver rate about excellent with a few light scratches and a turn ring on the cylinder. The smooth hardwood factory grips with silver

Lot: 647 - Smith & Wesson K-38 Combat Masterpiece Hand

serial #K90633, 38 Special, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1950 made five-screw revolver retains about 95% factory blue with the cylinder finish starting to thin, two cleaned areas of pitting on the topstrap, edge wear, turn ring on the

Lot: 648 - Colt Army Special Revolver

serial #517396, 41 Long Colt, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely 1925-made revolver has been professionally refinished by North Georgia Restoration and retains about 99% reapplied satin blue finish. The un-numbered checkered walnut factory

Lot: 649 - Smith & Wesson Model 34 22/32 Kit Gun Revolver

serial #38236, 22 LR, 4" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This late 1950's made improved flat latch I frame Kit Gun retains about 98% factory reapplied blue with scattered light scratches, light high edge wear and a turn ring on the recessed

Lot: 650 - Colt Police Positive Special Revolver

serial #S07404, 38 Special, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. This revolver retains about 99% factory blue with a faint turn ring on the cylinder. The checkered extended factory walnut grips with gold Colt medallions rate excellent. The gun includes

Lot: 651 - Colt Police Positive Revolver

serial #337914, 38 Colt New Police, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1930-made revolver retains about 97% factory blue with faint freckling on the backstrap, pitting on the sides of the topstrap, along with a small spot on the cylinder and a

Lot: 652 - Colt Police Positive Special Revolver

serial #295535, 38 Special, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely 1924 made revolver retains about 98% factory blue finish with some very light edge wear, a few handling marks, minor freckling, turn ring on the cylinder and the base of the

Lot: 653 - U.S. FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide Lamp

45 ACP, 4" barrel with an oxidized bore. The metal surfaces of this German-proofed pistol have been cleaned to pewter with scattered brown oxidation staining along with scratches and a dent on the left side of the grip area. The barrel grind mark

Lot: 654 - U.S. FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide Lamp

45 ACP, 4" barrel with an oxidized bore. The metal surfaces of this pistol have been cleaned to pewter with scattered brown oxidation staining on the barrel along with pitting and scratches. The barrel grind mark is smooth with welding imperfections

Lot: 655 - U.S. FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide Lamp

45 ACP, 4" barrel with an excellent bore showing a few minor oxidation stains. The metal surfaces have been mostly cleaned to pewter with about 10% original corrosion resistant finish still visible on the left side along with scattered pitting, a

Lot: 656 - U.S. FP-45 Liberator Pistol by G.M. Guide Lamp

45 ACP, 4" barrel with an oxidized bore. The metal surfaces of this pistol have been cleaned to pewter with a few oxidation stains, scratches, dents and pits. The barrel grind mark is smooth with a clean weld and the number "356" is stamped on the

Lot: 657 - Smith & Wesson Second Model Single Shot Target

serial #405, 22 LR, 8" barrel with an excellent bore. This target pistol retains about 40% factory blue finish with most of the loss on the barrel but the frame is thinning in most areas to a purple / blue mix. Most of the metal surfaces are pewter

Lot: 658 - Smith & Wesson 32 Regulation Police Hand Ejector

serial #620965, 32 S&W Long, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely mid 1950's made I frame revolver with improved flat latch retains about 98% factory blue with light high edge wear, turn ring on the cylinder and a few handling marks. The

Lot: 659 - Colt Trooper MK III Revolver

serial #2095J, 357 Magnum, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% factory blue with very light silvering at the muzzle, a few handling marks, minor freckling on the frame and a turn ring on the cylinder. The hammer has

Lot: 660 - Sig Sauer P-228 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #B199223, 9mm, 3 7/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol retains about 99% plus factory applied black Nitron and anodized finishes. The stippled black synthetic factory grips with Sig Sauer logo rate excellent. The pistol features von

Lot: 661 - Springfield Armory Model 1911A1 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #NM119648, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original Parkerized finish. The checkered walnut factory grips rate excellent. This pistol features three dot high visibility sights. It includes a

Lot: 662 - Ruger Old Army Percussion Revolver

serial #145-54693, .44 cal., 7 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces rate near excellent with a few light scratches and a turn ring on the cylinder. The smooth walnut factory grips with silver Ruger Phoenix medallions rate

Lot: 663 - Beretta Model 84Fs Cheetah Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #H61005Y, 380 ACP, 3 13/16" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol remains in excellent condition with the metal surfaces retaining about 99% plus factory nickel plate. The checkered walnut factory grips with Beretta medallions rate

Lot: 664 - Bushmaster Carbon-15 Optics Ready Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #CBC026151, 5.56mm NATO / .223 Remington, 16" standard barrel with A2 flash hider, 1/9 twist and an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory applied Parkerized finish. The carbon fiber upper and lower receivers and other

Lot: 665 - Remington Model 700 Custom Deluxe Bolt Action

serial #A6791063, 8mm Remington Magnum, 24" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97% factory blue with most of the loss to freckling and scratches on the barrel forward of the forend, along with a few minor handling marks.

Lot: 666 - Colt Frontier Scout Convertible Revolver

serial #211800F, 22 LR / 22 Magnum, 4 3/4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1967 made firearm and spare cylinder retain about 98% factory blue and anodized finishes with some light muzzle wear, minor handling marks and a few

Lot: 667 - Smith & Wesson Model 34-1 22 / 32 Kit Gun Revolver

serial #M87979, 22 LR, 4" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. This mid 1970's made revolver retains about 96% factory blue with the grip frame thinning to brown, a few oxidation stains, limited edge wear, and a turn ring on the cylinder. The

Lot: 668 - Smith & Wesson Model 60-15 Chiefs Special Target

serial #CJX0568, 357 Magnum, 3" full lug barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces rate very good to excellent with light scratches, limited edge wear and a turn ring on the cylinder. The smooth M.I.M.s combat trigger and M.I.M.s

Lot: 669 - Colt Woodsman Match Target Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #028222S, 22 LR, 6" full lug heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This 1970-made 3rd series pistol is German-proofed with a 1971 date and importer marked. The metal surfaces retain about 96% factory blue with most of the loss to the backstrap

Lot: 670 - Pennsylvania Fullstock Percussion Rifle by

.45 Caliber, 39" octagon barrel with a very good bore that has some areas of light oxidation throughout. The barrel is marked "D. Douglass" along the top flat and is mostly gray with areas of light oxidation and brown patina along with various tool

Lot: 671 - Ithaca Lefever Nitro Special Boxlock Double

serial #359747, 16 ga, 28" barrels both choked full with bright, excellent bores. The barrels feature a single brass bead sight and retain about 97-98% original blue with some light wear and scratches. The frame and remaining metal surfaces retain

Lot: 672 - Navy Arms Upland Model Percussion Double Shotgun

serial #159, 12 ga, 28" barrels un-choked with excellent bores. The barrels and stock furniture retain about 95% original blue with some light edge wear and handling marks and some sparse specks of light surface oxidation throughout. The locks and

Lot: 673 - Japanese Brown Bess Flintlock Musket

serial #4969, .72 Caliber 42" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces remain in-the-white and rate near excellent with some scattered light brown patina, staining and sparse light specks of oxidation throughout. The brass stock furniture

Lot: 674 - Winchester Model 54 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #13761, 30 GOV'T'06, 24" nickel steel barrel with a very good bore that has strong rifling but is lightly pitted throughout with more minor pitting toward the breech. The metal surfaces retain about 85% original blue that is toning to brown

Lot: 675 - Custom Winchester Model 1885 High-Wall Falling

22 CF, 26" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98-99% of a commercially applied blue finish with a few light handling marks and some scattered light surface oxidation scattered about. The finish covers some areas of light

Lot: 676 - Custom Ruger No.1 Falling Block Rifle

serial #130-72407, 219 Zipper, 22" barrel with a very good bore that is mostly bright, but has some minor pitting toward the breech. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue with light handling marks and some areas of light surface oxidation

Lot: 677 - Winchester Pre-64 Model 100 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #10081, 308 Win, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% original blue with some light edge wear and light handling marks throughout. The checkered walnut stock rates near excellent and has some light

Lot: 678 - Winchester Pre-64 Model 100 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #58652, 308 Win, 22" barrel with a near excellent bore that is mostly bright but has some light pitting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% original blue with some light wear and handling marks, mostly visible along the

Lot: 679 - Winchester Model 100 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #132928, 308 Win, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% original blue with light edge wear and handling marks throughout. The basket weave checkered walnut stock rates excellent and has a few small dings and

Lot: 680 - Winchester Model 100 Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #182766, 308 Win, 19" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue, the majority of the loss being to the anodized black on and around the triggerguard. The smooth walnut stock rates very good and has some

Lot: 681 - Winchester Model 88 Lever Action Rifle

serial #23321, 308 Win, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with a few very light handling marks visible. The checkered walnut stock rates near excellent, the only major issue being a small chip

Lot: 682 - Winchester Model 64 Lever Action Rifle

serial #1955201, 30-30, 24" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 80% original blue that is flaking and toning to brown, the balance is a mottled pewter. There are some light handling marks and some areas of speckled light

Lot: 683 - Custom Sako Vixen Bolt Action Rifle

serial #97871, 17-222 Rem, 22" Douglas premium barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% of what appears to be the original blue with a few light handling marks visible. The barrel is marked "GR DOUGLAS / 17-222" and

Lot: 684 - Custom Sako Vixen Bolt Action Varmint Rifle

serial #15597, 222 Rem, 25" heavy bull barrel by Creighton Audette with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% blue finish with some light edge wear and a few light handling marks along the barrel. The aftermarket, target style

Lot: 685 - Randall Service Model Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #RF08742C, 45 ACP, 5" barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces of this flat top pistol rate near excellent with a few handling and operational marks. The grips are replacement Bianchi diamond checkered rubber wrap around

Lot: 686 - Browning T-Bolt T-2 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #47010X70, 22 LR, 24" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95-97% of the original blue with some light edge wear, sparse light surface oxidation and some minor to more moderate pitting that is mostly below the

Lot: 687 - A.H. Fox Sterlingworth Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #260898, 20 ga, 28" barrels choked modified and full with near excellent bores, each having small dents between 9"-10" from the muzzle. The barrels retain about 75% original thinning blue that is toning to brown and mixing with gray. The

Lot: 688 - Sterlingworth Gun Co. Sterlingworth Boxlock Double

serial #53546, 12 ga., 25 7/8" barrels choked improved modified and modified with excellent bores. The barrels retain about 98% original blue that is lightly toning to brown and has some light silvering around the edges. It appears that the barrels

Lot: 689 - Benelli Super Black Eagle Semi-Auto Shotgun

serial #U093317, 12 ga, 28" ventilated rib barrel with a screw-in choke and an excellent bore. The barrel and upper receiver portion retain about 80% original blue that is fading to gray and has some handling wear and specks of light surface

Lot: 690 - Husqvarna Model 9000 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #372671, 6.5 Swede, 23 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98-99% original blue with some light handling marks present, mostly visible along the barrel. The checkered hardwood Monte Carlo stock rates

Lot: 691 - Remington Model 30 Express Bolt Action Rifle

serial #8738, 30 Rem, 22" barrel with a near excellent, lightly frosted bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95% original blue that is toning to brown with some silver showing through around the receiver. The checkered walnut stock rates very good

Lot: 692 - CZ Model 527 Bolt Action Carbine

serial #A5575, 7.62x39, 18 1/2" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% of the original factory blue finish with a few very light handling marks throughout. The checkered walnut stock rates excellent and has a few

Lot: 693 - Remington Model 725 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #711433, 244 Rem, 22" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue with areas of light edge and handling wear and some light tool marks and small pits. The checkered walnut stock rates very good and

Lot: 694 - Ruger M77R MKII Bolt Action Rifle

serial #782-94263, 257 Roberts, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with a few light handling marks throughout. The checkered walnut stock rates excellent and has some light dings and other small

Lot: 695 - Savage Model 99G Lever Action Rifle

serial #332528, 303 Savage, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces are mostly a mottled brown with areas of light oxidation staining and speckled oxidation present. There is a small amount of original blue and some of the vibrant case

Lot: 696 - Savage Model 1899A Lever Action Rifle

serial #96685, 30-30, 26" round barrel with a near excellent bore. The barrel retains about 85% thinning original blue finish with a couple cleaned spots that are more mottled gray and some light pitting present. The frame on this 1910-manufactured

Lot: 697 - Savage Model 99F Lever Action Rifle

serial #920827, 243 Win, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue that has some light handling marks and scattered light surface oxidation throughout. The belly of the frame is flaking to brown with gray

Lot: 698 - Marlin Model 1894S Lever Action Rifle

serial #17024978, 44 Magnum, 20" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% original blue that is flaking to brown and mingling with a few areas of light surface oxidation. The smooth walnut stocks rate excellent and have

Lot: 699 - Smith & Wesson M&P9 Pro C.O.R.E. Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #HDE0605, 9mm, 5" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue with some very light wear noted along the bearing surfaces. The black Zytel polymer grip rates excellent and features a forward rail and

Lot: 700 - Remington Model 11-48 Semi-Auto Shotgun

serial #4112815, 410 bore, 25" ventilated rib barrel choked skeet with a dual bead sight and an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95-97% original blue with some light wear noted along the edges and bearing surfaces and mingling with

Lot: 701 - Remington Model 11-48 Semi-Auto Shotgun

serial #4034750, 28 ga, 25" ventilated rib barrel choked skeet with a dual bead sight and a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue with light wear along the edges and bearing surfaces. There are a few specks of light

Lot: 702 - Herters Model XK3 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #1441, 308 Win, 24" with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% commercial blue with some light handling wear along the edges and some light specks of surface oxidation scattered about. The rifle is equipped with a checkered

Lot: 703 - Savage Model 333-T Over Under Shotgun

serial #66012V, 12 ga., 30" ventilated rib barrels choked full and improved modified with dual bead sights and excellent bores. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% original blue that has some light handling and edge wear throughout. The checkered

Lot: 704 - Remington Model 1100 LT-20 Special Semi-Auto

serial #N840394K, 20 ga., 20" rifle sight cylinder bore barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% original blue with some light handling marks throughout. The checkered walnut stocks rate excellent with a few light

Lot: 705 - SKB Model 100 Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #S5110512, 12 ga., 28" barrels choked full and modified with excellent bores. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue with most of the loss being along the barrels. There are a few specks of light surface oxidation and some fine

Lot: 706 - British Percussion Double Fowler by Nock

12 ga, 30" barrels with about very good bores showing minor pitting and oxidation along their length. The metal surfaces have toned to a pleasant plum and include foliate scroll engraving throughout. The walnut stock rates very good with the usual

Lot: 707 - Ohio Zimmerstutzen Parlor Rifle by Bandle Gun

4mm, 8 1/2" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The 24" overall "barrel" has toned to plum and is stamped "U Bandle. 260 Main St. Cin, O. PAT APR 16-67" near the breech end. The plain straightgrip hardwood stock rates about very good with

Lot: 708 - German P.08 Luger Code 42 Pistol by Mauser

serial #4828i, 9mm, 4" barrel with an about very good bore showing minor frosting and pitting throughout. The metal surfaces of this mixed parts Luger are a mix of a fading original blue, washed and cold blued and a reblued finish. The toggle is

Lot: 709 - German P.08 Luger Code 42 Pistol by Mauser

serial #3028g, 9mm, 4" barrel with a fair bore showing evident rifling and pitting and oxidation throughout. The metal surfaces retain about 95% of a reblued finish, mostly thinning and with oxidation staining on the frame behind the grips. The

Lot: 710 - German 1914 Navy Model Luger Police Pistol by DWM

serial #8128, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright about excellent bore showing only minor frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain about 97% of a hot immersion blued finish, the usual straw parts have been blued as well and there is still some

Lot: 711 - Winchester Model 1885 Low Wall Falling Block Rifle

serial #50943, 22 WCF, 26" octagon barrel with an about very good bore showing minor pitting along its length. The frame retains about 70% color case hardening with the tangs and right side toning to brown and the hammer and left side of the frame

Lot: 712 - Stevens Favorite Falling Block Rifle

serial #D40, 22 LR, 24" part octagon part round barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The barrel retains about 97% original blue with just a hint of silvering along the edges of the octagonal section. The frame and lever still retain vibrant

Lot: 713 - German Model 1883 Reichsrevolver by Mauser

serial #846, 11mm German Ordnance, 4 1/2" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows scattered freckling and some light frosting. The metal surfaces of this 1883 dated revolver are an overall dull gray patina with scattered oxidation staining and

Lot: 714 - Remington Model 51 Semi Auto Pistol

serial #PA69585, 32 ACP, 3 1/2" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue with a few dings at muzzle, scattered light freckling and silvering. The Remington UMC grips rate very good

Lot: 715 - Swedish M94 Bolt Action Carbine by Carl Gustaf

serial #47679, 6.5x55 Swedish, 17 1/2" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this 1907-dated carbine retain 90% arsenal blue with the receiver having a matte appearance with scattered

Lot: 716 - Custom BSA Martini Cadet Falling Block Rifle

serial #44601, 357 Maximum, 25" barrel with a very good bore that shows some frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 97% of a quality polished blue finish with some minor freckling on the frame, scattered light silvering and a few tiny

Lot: 717 - Marlin 1894 Lever Action Carbine

serial #04035155, 357 Mag, 18" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this "JM" marked carbine retain 98% original blue finish with a few light handling marks. The checkered walnut stock rates excellent with a couple minor

Lot: 718 - German P.640 (B) Semi Auto Pistol by FN

serial #59378b, 9mm, 4 5/8" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some scattered light frosting. The metal surfaces of this "(Eagle)/WaA140" marked pistol retain 50% original blue with fading to brown throughout, a few scattered spots of

Lot: 719 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #7500a, 9mm, 5" barrel with a very good bore that shows frosting and light oxidation in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this first variation byf43 coded pistol retain 50% with fading to gray throughout, some scattered silvering with the

Lot: 720 - Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Carbine

serial #1232504, 32 W.S., 20" barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows a tiny spot of frosting near muzzle. The action metal surfaces of this 1940's production carbine retain 65% original blue with scattered silvering, fading to gray and

Lot: 721 - U.S. Model 1840 Flintlock Musket by Springfield

.69 Cal, 42" barrel with an oxidized bore. The barrel is an overall dull brown oxidized patina with areas of pitting and the area around the muzzle appearing bright. The bands, bandkeepers, triggerguard and lower tang are a dull yellow patina with

Lot: 722 - Unmarked German Model 1883 Reichsrevolver

serial #179, 11mm German Ordnance, 4 1/2" barrel with a good plus bore that shows scattered pitting and oxidation but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 25% of a period polished blue finish with the balance having turned a dull brown patina

Lot: 723 - Winchester Model 1897 Slide Action "Trench"

serial #325962, 12 Ga, 20 1/2" plain barrel choked cylinder with a very good bore that has some pits and oxidation toward muzzle. The metal surfaces of this takedown frame shotgun are mostly a dull gray patina with a few tiny dings on the right side

Lot: 724 - British P14 Bolt Action Rifle by Eddystone

serial #151176, 303 British, 26" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 85% arsenal blue with light pitting on buttplate, scattered areas fading to brown and light silvering. Some of

Lot: 725 - Walther PP Semi Auto Pistol

serial #204859p, 32 ACP, 3 3/4" barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows the beginnings of light frosting in the groves. The metal surfaces of this "(Eagle)/N" marked pistol retain 60% original blue with fading to brown throughout and some

Lot: 726 - Swedish M94 Bolt Action Carbine by Mauser

serial #1252, 6.5x55 Swedish, 17 1/2" barrel with a very good bore that shows some light pitting near muzzle. The metal surfaces of this 1895-dated carbine are primarily a dull gray patina with a few spots of oxidation staining and freckling. The

Lot: 727 - Walther PP Semi Auto Pistol with Waffenamt Marking

serial #370728p, 32 ACP, 3 3/4" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some light pitting near muzzle. The metal surfaces of this "(Eagle)/N" and "(Eagle)/WaA359" marked pistol retain 75% original blue with scattered fading to gray, silvering

Lot: 728 - German Model 1879 Reichsrevolver by Suhl

serial #1897s, 11mm German Ordnance, 7" barrel with a fair bore that shows oxidation and pitting throughout. The metal surfaces of this undated revolver are an overall dull gray patina with scattered light pitting and oxidation staining. The smooth

Lot: 729 - German Model 1879 Reichsrevolver by Suhl

serial # #1354s, 11mm German Ordnance, 7" barrel with a near very good bore that shows pitting and oxidation throughout but strong rifling. The metal surfaces of this undated revolver are an overall dull brown patina with scattered freckling,

Lot: 730 - Remington Model 8 Semi Auto Rifle

serial #61511, 32 Remington, 22" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 85% original blue with scattered fading, varnish stains, freckling and oxidation specks. The walnut stock and forend have added checkering and rate very

Lot: 731 - German Model 1879 Reichsrevolver by Mauser

serial #530, 11mm German Ordnance, 7" barrel with a near very good bore that shows scattered frosting and pitting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces of this 1880 dated revolver are an overall dull gray patina with some scratches on left side,

Lot: 732 - Nazi Marked Kriegsmodell Unique Semi Auto Pistol

serial #71992, 32 ACP, 3" barrel with a very good bore that shows light pitting and frosting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 95-97% original blue with some light silvering on the exposed edges, a couple small spots of light pitting, and

Lot: 733 - German Model 1879 Reichsrevolver by Suhl

serial #1966s, 11mm German Ordnance, 7" barrel with a good plus bore that shows pitting and oxidation throughout but strong rifling. The metal surfaces are a dull brown patina with scattered freckling and specks of light oxidation. The smooth walnut

Lot: 734 - Swedish M96 Bolt Action Rifle by Carl Gustafs

serial #502394, 6.5x55 Swedish, 29" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1922-dated rifle retain 95% arsenal blue with scattered light fading, silvering and freckling specks. The bolt stop and rear sight base show a

Lot: 735 - Beretta Al390 Silver Mallard Semi Auto Shotgun

serial #P97480E, 12 Ga, 28" ventilated-rib barrel choked improved modified with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue with a few tiny blemishes on the barrel. The checkered walnut stocks rate about excellent with a

Lot: 736 - Colt Police Positive Double Action Revolver

serial #396241, 38 Special, 6" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this second issue revolver retain 98% original blue with light freckling on the grip frame. The un-numbered Colt silver medallion grips rate near excellent with

Lot: 737 - Colt Peacemaker Single Action Revolver

serial #G10607, 22 WMR, 4 3/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The frame retains 99% of its original case colors, while the blued parts retain 99% original blue. The Colt rubber grips rate very good plus showing light handling marks and dirt

Lot: 738 - Burnside 5th Model Civil War Carbine

serial #39166, .54 Cal, 21" barrel with a good plus bore that shows scattered pitting and oxidation but strong rifling. The metal surfaces are an overall dull gray patina with oxidation staining throughout, a few moderate impact marks on the right

Lot: 739 - U.S. Model 1814 Percussion Rifle

About .62 Cal, 33 1/2" barrel with an oxidized bore. The metal surfaces of this "JOHNSON/U.S." marked rifle are an overall dull gray oxidized patina with a few band removal marks, some pitting on rear of barrel, further pitting on lock, scattered

Lot: 740 - Romanian SAR-1 Semi Auto Rifle by Cugir

serial #S1-21885-2000, 7.62x39mm, 16" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this Century Arms-imported rifle retain 95-97% original phosphate with light paint staining on right front sight ear, scattered light silvering and some light

Lot: 741 - Romanian SAR-1 Semi Auto Rifle by Cugir

serial #S1-60872-2002, 7.62x39mm, 16" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this Century-imported rifle retain 93-95% original phosphate with some light freckling on top cover and buttplate and overall scattered light silvering. The

Lot: 742 - Winchester Model 1894 Theodore Roosevelt

serial #TR406, 30 WCF, 26" octagon barrel with a bright excellent bore. The blued surfaces retain 99% original finish, while the bright nickeled surfaces rate excellent displaying a few handling marks and faint scratches. The walnut stock rates

Lot: 743 - Winchester Model 1894 Theodore Roosevelt

serial #TR407, 30 WCF, 20" octagon barrel with an excellent bore. The blued surfaces retain 99% original finish, while the bright nickeled surfaces rate excellent with a few handling marks and light scratches. The walnut stock rates excellent with no

Lot: 744 - German Pistole Astra 300 Semi Auto Pistol

serial #573221, 380 ACP, 3 3/4" barrel with a very good bore that shows some scattered frosting. The metal surfaces retain 60% original blue with light silvering on the exposed edges, scattered areas fading to brown and a few light scratches at the

Lot: 745 - Romanian SAR-1 Semi Auto Rifle by Cugir

serial #S1-58196-2002, 7.62x39mm, 16" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this Century-imported rifle retain 93% original phosphate with a couple tiny spots of light oxidation on top cover, light freckling on buttplate and overall

Lot: 746 - U.S. Model 1863 Type I Percussion Rifle-Musket by

.58 Cal, 40" barrel with an oxidized bore. The metal surfaces of this 1863-dated musket are an overall gray oxidized patina with a few scattered areas of light pitting. The walnut stock rates very good plus as-refinished with an added varnish, a few

Lot: 747 - U.S. Model 1917 Bolt Action Rifle by Winchester

serial #539245, 30-06, 26" 1-19 dated Winchester barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 80% arsenal parkerized finish with scattered fading, spots of silvering on bolt and dings on buttplate. The walnut stock rates very good

Lot: 748 - U.S. Model 1917 Bolt Action Rifle by Winchester

serial #288863, 30-06, 26" 5-18 dated Winchester barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some frosting toward muzzle. The metal surfaces retain 95% arsenal parkerized finish with light oxidation staining on triggerguard, oxidation on buttplate

Lot: 749 - German P.640 (B) Semi Auto Pistol by FN

serial #98239a, 9mm, 4 5/8" barrel with a very good bore that shows a few spots of light pitting in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this "(Eagle)/WaA140" marked pistol retain perhaps 30% original blue with the balance being a dull gray patina,

Lot: 750 - Sauer 38 (H) Semi Auto Pistol

serial #444284, 32 ACP, 3 1/2" barrel with a very good bore that has some minor pitting. The metal surfaces of this third variation pistol retain 90% original blue with scattered areas of silvering. The intertwined S&S marked grips rate very good

Lot: 751 - Russian SKS Semi Auto Rifle by Tula

serial #VT8076/RH004642, 7.62x39, 20" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1954-dated rifle retain 97% arsenal refurbished blue with a spot of light fading on top of gas tube, some light freckling on barrel and gas tube and

Lot: 752 - U.S. Model 1903 Bolt Action Rifle by Remington

serial #3295893, 30-06, 24" 11-42 dated Remington barrel with a very good bore that shows a few spots of pitting, scattered frosting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 95-97% arsenal parkerized finish with scattered light silvering, a few

Lot: 753 - Police Marked Mauser HSC Semi Auto Pistol

serial #769344, 32 ACP, 3 1/4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this first variation pistol retain 98% original blue with some light silvering on the slide and frontstrap. The checkered grips may be post-war replacements but rate

Lot: 754 - German P.640 (B) Semi Auto Pistol by FN

serial #53813b, 9mm, 4 5/8" barrel with a very good bore that shows some light pitting and frosting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces of this "(Eagle)/WaA140" marked pistol retain 50% original blue with a couple small spots of light oxidation,

Lot: 755 - Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver

serial #248146, .31 Cal, 5" barrel with an oxidized bore. The metal surfaces of this New York address Colt are an overall gray oxidized patina that appears lightly cleaned with scattered light pitting. The barrel address is fully legible and the

Lot: 756 - Winchester Model 64 Lever Action Rifle

serial #1163605, 32 W.S., 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces are primarily a dull brown patina with some silvering, sparsely scattered freckling, light oxidation staining and traces of the original blue finish. The walnut

Lot: 757 - Sauer 38 (H) Semi Auto Pistol

serial #497472, 32 ACP, 3 1/2" barrel with a very good bore that shows some oxidation near throat. The metal surfaces of this fourth-variation pistol retain 90% original blue with scattered fading to gray and brown. The intertwined "S&S" marked

Lot: 758 - Interesting Sauer 38 (H) Semi Auto Pistol

serial #507550, 32 ACP, 3 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue with a hint of freckling on the backstrap. The checkered grips rate very good with a 3/4" crack on the back of the right panel and a few

Lot: 759 - Colt Police Positive Double Action Revolver

serial #140802, 38 Colt New Police, 6" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this first issue revolver retain 97% original blue with some light silvering on underside of triggerguard, light freckling on frontstrap and a few tiny

Lot: 760 - German Model P.640 (B) Semi Auto Pistol by FN

serial #29794a, 9mm, 4 5/8" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows some minor frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces of this "(Eagle)/WaA140" marked pistol are an overall dull brown patina that appears to have been lightly cleaned in a

Lot: 761 - Walther PP Semi Auto Pistol

serial #969950, 32 ACP, 3 3/4" barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows a small pit. The metal surfaces of this "(Crown)/N" marked pistol retain 80% original blue with several areas turning to a gray patina and some scattered pinprick

Lot: 762 - German 1879 Reichsrevolver by Dreyse with Unit

serial #8810, 11mm German Ordnance, 7 1/2" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered pitting and frosting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces are an overall dull brown patina with scattered light pitting, freckling and oxidation staining.

Lot: 763 - Browning Hi Power Semi Auto Pistol by FN

serial #245PV32139, 9mm, 4 1/2" barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows minor frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 90-93% of an arsenal grade black enamel finish with scattered areas of flaking. The grooved rubber grips rate

Lot: 764 - Ruger Vaquero Single Action Revolver

serial #57-40530, 45 Colt, 5 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The stainless metal surfaces rate excellent with a few light scratches and a light turn-line on cylinder. The smooth walnut factory grips rate excellent with no discernable large

Lot: 765 - Ruger Vaquero Single Action Revolver

serial #56-96162, 45 Colt, 5 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The stainless metal surfaces rate excellent with a moderate turn-line on cylinder and a few handling marks. The smooth walnut factory grips rate excellent with a couple faint

Lot: 766 - Ruger Vaquero Single Action Revolver

serial #55-05931, 45 Colt, 4 3/8" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The frame retains 90% original case colors with some light freckling and a couple spots turning to gray, while the other parts retain 98% original blue with a turn-line on

Lot: 767 - British Pattern 1853 Rifled Musket

.58 Cal, 39" barrel with an oxidized bore. The lockplate, barrel, upper tang, hammer and bands are an oxidized gray patina with pitting throughout. The brass nosecap, buttplate, lower tang, triggerguard and recoil bolts appear to have been cleaned

Lot: 768 - Romanian Wasr-10 Semi Auto Cutaway Rifle by Cugir

serial #1-77292-05, 7.62x39mm, 16" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this Century-imported rifle retain 95% original phosphate with scattered light silvering, a few small spots of oxidation, some light freckling on top cover and

Lot: 769 - German P.38 Semi Auto Pistol by Mauser Oberndorf

serial #3320h, 9mm, 5" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting and light pitting. The metal surfaces of this second variation ac43-coded pistol retain 97% arsenal refurbished blue with a couple small spots fading to brown and some

Lot: 770 - U.S. Model 1903 Bolt Action Rifle by Rock Island

serial #390971, 30-06, 24" 12-18 dated Rock Island barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered light pitting and frosting but strong rifling. The metal surfaces retain 50% of an arsenal parkerized finish with some pitting on buttplate,

Lot: 771 - U.S. Model 1888 Trapdoor Rifle by Springfield

serial #515275, 45-70, 32 5/8" barrel with a good plus bore that shows scattered frosting and pitting but evident rifling. The metal surfaces have been cleaned to armory bright with a few dings around the bayonet housing, scattered oxidation,

Lot: 772 - Winchester Model 1894AE Trapper Lever Action

serial #6368664, 44 Magnum, 16" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue finish. The walnut stock rates excellent with a few tiny handling marks. The carbine features a buckhorn rear sight and a saddle ring on the

Lot: 773 - Marlin Model 1895Ss Lever Action Rifle

serial #04017030, 45-70 Govt, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this "JM" stamped rifle retain 98% original blue with spot light silvering around the rear of receiver. The checkered walnut stock rates excellent with a few light

Lot: 774 - German M16 Stahlhelm

This is a German M16 stahlhelm with a dark green feldgrau paint. The paint is turning to a dull brown patina with scattered flaking, oxidation and some tan staining around the rivets. The interior has the same dark green feldgrau paint with scattered

Lot: 775 - German M35 Stahlhelm

This is a German M35 stahlhelm with a dark gray feldgrau paint. The paint shows scattered flaking, dirt staining, oxidation and scuffs. The interior has the same dark gray feldgrau paint with scattered flaking, oxidation and scratches. There are no

Lot: 776 - German M40 Stalhelm with Heer Decal

This is a German M40 Stalhelm helmet with a dark gray feldgrau paint. The paint shows scattered light flaking, oxidation, light scratches and scuffing. The interior of the helmet has the same dark gray feldgrau paint with scattered oxidation, scuffs

Lot: 777 - German M16 Stahlhelm with Disruptive Camouflage

This is a German M16 Stahlhelm with a subdued disruptive three-color paint that is bordered by black paint. The paint shows scattered flaking, oxidation, scuffs and some minor bubbling of the paint. The interior of the helmet has an apfelgrun with

Lot: 778 - German M35 Stahlhelm with Heer Decal

This is a German M35 Stahlhelm helmet with a dark green apfelgrun paint. The paint is turning to a dull brown patina with scattered flaking, scuffing, oxidation spots and scratches. The interior of the helmet has the same apfelgrun paint with

Lot: 779 - German Luftschutz Police Helmet

This is German Luftschutz helmet with a dark blue paint. The paint shows scattered light flaking, scuffs and some dirt staining. The interior has the same dark blue paint with scattered dirt staining, flaking, staining, scratches and some light

Lot: 780 - German Police Stahlhelm

This is a German lightweight police helmet with a dark blue feldgrau paint. The paint shows scattered small spots of flaking, light oxidation, scuffs and freckling. The interior has the same dark blue feldgrau with scattered flaking, oxidation and

Lot: 781 - German M40 Stahlhelm with Kriegsmarine Decal

This is a German M40 stahlhelm helmet with a dark gray feldgrau paint. The paint shows scattered fading, scuffing, dirt staining and light flaking. The interior has the same dark feldgrau paint with scattered scuffing and light scratches from the

Lot: 782 - German Police Stahlhelm

This a German lightweight police helmet with a dark blue feldgrau paint. The paint shows scattered light flaking, scratches and overall freckling. The interior has the same dark blue feldgrau paint with scattered freckling and a few spots of light

Lot: 783 - German M40 Luftwaffe Stalhelm

This is a German M40 Stahlhelm Helmet with a dark gray feldgrau paint. The paint shows scattered flaking with a few spots giving way to oxidation underneath and scattered scuff marks. The interior has the same dark gray feldgrau paint with scattered

Lot: 784 - German Luftschutz Helmet

This is a German Luftschutz helmet with a dark blue paint. The paint shows scattered light flaking spots, light oxidation and some minor bubbling. The interior shows the same paint with scattered light flaking, minor bubbling and light oxidation. The

Lot: 785 - German Luftschutz Helmet

This is a German Luftschutz helmet with a dark blue paint. The paint has faded to a gray patina with scattered flaking, scuffs and oxidation. The interior shows the same faded dark blue paint with scattered scuffing, flaking and oxidation. The left

Lot: 786 - U.S. Model 1860 Staff & Field Sword by Clauberg

31 5/8" diamond shaped double edge blade with lightly fading W. Clauberg maker mark on the reverse ricasso. The blade is starting to mellow with scattered fine oxidation and sparse minute nick and scratch and is etched with scroll and stands of arms.

Lot: 787 - U.S. Model 1872 Artillery Officer Sword by

31 5/8" unstopped fuller blade is maker marked on the reverse ricasso "HORSTMANN / PHILIDELPHIA" and "GERMANY" under shield on the obverse side. The blade remains overall bright with some scattered fine staining and scabbard marks and is lightly

Lot: 788 - U.S. Sons of Veterans Society Presentation Sword

This is essentially an 1860 Staff & Field pattern sword with a 28" straight double edged blade and 33 1/8" overall length. The sword remains mostly bright with scattered patches of fine oxidation staining along the foible and much gold wash

Lot: 789 - U.S. 1850 Era Militia NCO Sword by Ridabock

28 5/8" unfullered double edge blade, 35 1/8" overall length. This is a nice looking sword, the blade remaining overall bright with scattered oxidation along the tip and foible. The blade is etched with Federal Eagle and scroll on the obverse side

Lot: 790 - U.S. Model 1840 NCO Sword by Pettibone

28" diamond-shaped double edge blade. The blade retains most of its bright polish nickel with scattered specks of fine oxidation and a few tiny nicks along the edges. The blade is etched with Federal Eagle, panoplies of arms and scroll on the obverse

Lot: 791 - Unmarked U.S. Model 1840 Musician Pattern Sword

This example closely resembles a standard Model 1840 Musician sword with the exception of the unfullered blade and the leather wrapped grip. The sword measures 34" overall with a plain 28" diamond shaped double edged blade. The blade retains about

Lot: 792 - Early U.S. Model 1902 Officer's Sword by

29 3/4" slightly curved blade with four line "SPRINGFIELD / ARMORY / SPRINGFIELD / MASS. U.S.A." address markings at the rear of the fuller on the reverse side. The blade is nicely etched with scroll, panoplies and "U.S." on the reverse side and

Lot: 793 - New Haven Veteran Gray Sword by Gaylord

This is a nice veteran's sword measuring 35 1/4" overall with a 29" diamond shaped double edge blade maker marked "GAYLORD / MFG Co. / CHICOPEE / MASS." on the reverse ricasso. The blade is lightly etched with scroll and flags at the rear of the

Lot: 794 - Stevens Tip-Up No. 5 Single Shot Rifle

serial #26557, 22 RF, 28" part round part octagon barrel with a frosted and pitted bore still showing evident rifling. The barrel retains about 75% original blue toning to gray and brown with scattered fine oxidation. The frame and finger rest

Lot: 795 - Weatherby Mark XXII Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #26140, 22 LR, 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98-99% original blue with very slight silvering at the muzzle. The skip-line checkered pistolgrip Monte Carlo stock rates very good plus to near excellent with a

Lot: 796 - Custom Venezuelan Model 24/30 Bolt Action Short

serial #27006, 7x64 mm (Brenneke), 23" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of barrel, bands and bottom metal retain 98% plus original blue with the bright-polished action rating excellent, the boltstop showing some lovely pale

Lot: 797 - Geco Model 37 Sportbuschse Bolt Action Rifle with

serial #1776, 22 LR, 27 5/8" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% original blue that is flaking to brown and mingling with areas of light surface oxidation and light handling and tool marks throughout. The

Lot: 798 - Silma Model 70 Over Under Shotgun

serial #120796, 27 1/2" ventilated rib multi-choke barrels with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 98% original blue with scattered spots of light oxidation along the top and edges of the rib. The frame is lightly engraved with

Lot: 799 - Browning Auto-5 Semi Auto Shotgun

serial #2R89642, 16 Ga, 27 1/2" plain barrel choked modified with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this Belgian-made shotgun retain 98% original blue with some light silvering on barrel and light freckling on upper tang. The walnut stock

Lot: 800 - Sauer AYA Model 65 Boxlock Double Ejectorgun

serial #352074, 12 ga, 28" ventilated rib barrels choked full and modified with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain 98% original blue finish with light scratches and a few nicks here and there. The boxlock action is engraved with nice

Lot: 801 - A.H. Fox Sterlingworth Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #128636, 12 ga, 28" barrels choked modified and improved modified with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain 85% original blue which are toning to a brown patina showing some light pitting, surface oxidation and spotting. The boxlock

Lot: 802 - Smith & Wesson Model 1917 Contract Revolver

serial #192697, 45 ACP / AR, 5 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this importer-marked revolver retain about 85% factory blue with the grip frame toned to brown, high edge wear, oxidation blemishes, pitting, scattered dents,

Lot: 803 - Smith & Wesson Model 1903 .32 Hand Ejector

serial #10224, 32 S&W Long, 4 1/4" barrel with a lightly pitted and oxidized bore. This second model hand ejector retains about 97% factory nickel plate with most of the loss due to oxidation blemishes on the cylinder along with limited high edge

Lot: 804 - Colt Officers Model Match Revolver

serial #914166, 38 Special, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1966-made revolver retains about 98% factory finish with light high edge wear, a few handling marks and a turn ring on the cylinder. The un-numbered fully checkered walnut factory

Lot: 805 - Colt Officers Model Target Revolver

serial #600289, 38 Special, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1936-manufactured revolver retains about 97% factory blue with light high edge wear, turn ring on the cylinder, operational wear and minor freckling. The un-numbered checkered walnut

Lot: 806 - U.S. Model 1909 Revolver by Colt

serial #39107, 45 Colt, 5 1/2" barrel with a light and partially frosted bore. The metal surfaces of this 1911-made U.S. Army-marked revolver retain about 85% dull reapplied arsenal type blue with the grip frame and other surfaces worn to brown, high

Lot: 807 - U.S. Model 1842 Percussion Pistol by H. Aston

.54 cal., 8 1/2" smooth bore barrel with an oxidized bore. The in-the-white metal surfaces of this 1848-dated pistol rate about good with light scattered pitting, oxidation blemishes mostly on the lockplate, light cleaning on the barrel and handling

Lot: 808 - U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock Pistol by S. North

.54 cal., 9 1/16" smooth bore barrel with an oxidized bore. The steel parts of this early type pistol are gunmetal gray with a few light oxidation stains, light scratches plus scattered pitting on the barrel band, sideplate and lock. The brass pan

Lot: 809 - Colt New Service Double Action Revolver

serial #344501, 45 Colt, 5 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% reapplied blue with a little light pitting under the new finish, a little light oxidation, a few minor handling marks and some polishing marks. The

Lot: 810 - Spanish Single Shot Percussion Coat Pistol by

.65 cal., 5 1/2" smooth bore barrel with scattered oxidation blemishes. The octagon barrel tapers to round and retains about 95% original blue with scattered light scratches, thinning finish and high edge wear. The remaining in-the-white metal

Lot: 811 - Smith & Wesson 22/32 Heavy Frame Target Hand

serial #245422, 22LR, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. About 95% factory blue finish remains with high edge wear, the occasional oxidation blemish, turn ring on the cylinder and scattered scratches. The trigger face and top of the hammer are worn to

Lot: 812 - Scarce Smith & Wesson Model 1905 Military & Police

serial #632727, 38 Special, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. This M&P revolver has service sights and square butt frame. M&P's in this configuration are scarce with square butts usually found mainly on the target models. This pre-war gun

Lot: 813 - U.S. Model 1842 Single Shot Percussion Pistol by

.42 cal., 8 1/2" relined rifled barrel with an excellent bore. Approximately 5/16" of the original barrel was cut off, and the liner inserted, leaving the same length of liner protruding. The in-the-white metal surfaces of this 1847 dated pistol rate

Lot: 814 - Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver

serial #125056, .31 cal., 4" octagon barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. The iron surfaces are gunmetal gray with handling marks, scattered impact marks, pitting and scratches. None of the case-hardened colors remain on the hammer, frame or

Lot: 815 - Scarce German Bundesmarine 1849 Percussion Pistol

.62 Caliber, 9 1/2" smoothbore barrel with an oxidized bore. The sidebar, ramrod, lockplate, hammer, upper tang and barrel are an overall dull brown patina with oxidation staining throughout and some scattered small spots of light pitting. The brass

Lot: 816 - Colt Woodsman Sport Model Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #96059-S, 22 LR, 4 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1951 made, second series pistol retain about 90% factory blue with the grip frame starting to fade to brown, high edge wear, cleaned area of pitting at the

Lot: 817 - Savage Model 1915 Semi Auto Pistol

serial #130816, 32 ACP, 3 3/4" barrel with a very good plus bore that shows a small pit near muzzle. The metal surfaces retain 85% original blue with fading on the front and backstraps, silvering to the high edges, scattered light freckling, and

Lot: 818 - Japanese Type 14 Large Triggerguard Pistol by

serial #88732 (series 1), 8 mm Nambu, 4 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The milled metal surfaces retain about 95% thinning original blue, loss due primarily to contact and edge wear. The grooved Asian hardwood grips rate very good plus

Lot: 819 - Remington Model 12A Slide Action Rifle

serial #149327, 22 S, L, LR, 22" round barrel with a bright very good to near excellent bore with scattered soft pits here and there. The metal surfaces retain 75-80% thinning original blue with some areas worn to a soft pewter patina showing

Lot: 820 - Custom Ruger No. 3 Falling Block Rifle

serial #132-36806, 45 CF, 26" custom barrel with a bright excellent bore. The heavy target barrel retains 99% original blue finish with light handling marks. The frame has been custom engraved with Whitetail deer on both sides surrounded by geometric

Lot: 821 - U.S. Model 1822 Whitney "Cadet" Musket Converted

.69 Caliber, 31" barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. The metal surfaces are a mottled gray with a yellowish tone and have light to moderate pitting and light surface oxidation throughout. The walnut stock rates very good and has been lightly

Lot: 822 - Smith & Wesson Model 1905 Military & Police Hand

serial #380321, 38 Special, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of the fourth change revolver retain about 90% plus factory blue with the muzzle toned to pewter, silvering on the high edges, pitting, oxidation blemishes and

Lot: 823 - Remington Split Breech Single Shot Carbine

serial #3448, About .36 Cal RF, 22" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered areas of pitting. The metal surfaces of this type III carbine are an overall dull gray patina with oxidation staining scattered throughout and a few scattered

Lot: 824 - German M40 Stahlhelm with Polizei Decal

This is an M40 stahlhelm with a dark gray feldgrau paint. The paint is fading with overall scattered white staining spots, oxidation and scratches. The interior of the helmet shows a feldgrau paint that has turned a dull brown patina with scattered

Lot: 825 - Italian M33 Helmet with German Markings

This is an Italian M33 helmet with a dark gray feldgrau paint. The dome has a small dent at top, the paint shows flaking throughout, scattered oxidation spots, scratches and white stain spots. The interior has a dark green paint with scattered

Lot: 826 - German Luftschutz Helmet

This is a German Luftschutz helmet with a dark blue paint. The paint shows scattered scratches, light flaking and oxidation. The interior has the same dark blue paint with scattered light flaking and oxidation and the rear of the helmet is stamped

Lot: 827 - Smith & Wesson Model 317-1 Airlite Kit Gun

serial #CCL8294, 22 LR, 3" barrel with an excellent bore. The "Clear Cote" metal surfaces of this featherweight eight shooter rate excellent with just a hint of a turn ring starting to form on the cylinder. The smooth combat M.I.M. trigger and hammer

Lot: 828 - Glock Model 22 Gen 3 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #DDR560US, 40 S&W, 4 1/2" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original matte blue with some light fading along the edges of the slide. The black polymer frame rates excellent and features finger

Lot: 829 - Colt Third Generation Trappers Model 1862

serial #59336, .36 cal., 3 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This "Signature Series" Colt retains about 98% of its original multiple finishes. The blue finish on the barrel and cylinder rate excellent, and the case-hardened colors of the frame and

Lot: 830 - Walther P99 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #460217, 40 S&W, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original black finish and the black polymer frame rates excellent. The pistol features windage adjustable three dot sights, top of the slide mounted

Lot: 831 - Dan Wesson Arms Model 44V Double Action Revolver

serial #B025594, 44 Magnum, 6" ventilated rib non-lug ported barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% blue with light freckling on the frame, a light turn ring on the cylinder and the frame color toning to plum. The smooth

Lot: 832 - Colt Second Generation Model 1860 Army Percussion

serial #212432S, .44 cal., 8" barrel with a near excellent bore exhibiting some light scattered scratches. The stainless steel surfaces rate near excellent with a few scattered light handling marks and a faint turn ring on the cylinder. The smooth

Lot: 833 - Colt Second Generation Model 1860 Army Percussion

serial #212431S, .44 cal., 8" barrel with a near excellent bore exhibiting some light scattered scratches. The stainless steel surfaces rate near excellent with a few scattered light handling marks and a faint turn ring on the cylinder. The smooth

Lot: 834 - Remington New Model Pocket Percussion Revolver

serial #989, .31 cal., 3 1/8" octagon barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. The metal surfaces of this second type pocket revolver have toned to brown with traces of original blue in the protected areas of the loading lever and bottom of the

Lot: 835 - Sharps Model 1C Pepperbox Pistol

serial #11647, 22 RF, 2 1/2" four-barrel cluster with excellent bores. The barrels retain about 60 – 70% factory blue with the sides worn to purple, light oxidation stains and handling wear. The brass frame is mostly ochre with about 40% silver

Lot: 836 - Colt Second Generation Model 1862 Police

serial #57234, .36 cal., 5 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The blued cylinder and barrel rate excellent as do the case-hardened surfaces of the frame, hammer and loading lever. The backstrap and triggerguard strap retain full silver plate that

Lot: 837 - Smith & Wesson 32 Hand Ejector Model 1903 Revolver

serial #6273, 32 S&W Long, 4 1/4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 85% factory blue with thinning finish on the cylinder, moderate high edge wear, scratches and a turn ring on the cylinder. The standard hammer and

Lot: 838 - Smith & Wesson 32 Hand Ejector Target Model 1903

serial #34463, 32 S&W Long, 4 1/4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this limited production first change target revolver retain about 60% factory blue with the grip straps and portions of the frame toning to purple, light to

Lot: 839 - Smith & Wesson Model 1 1/2 Tip-Up Revolver

serial #76194, 32 RF, 3 1/2" barrel with a frosted bore. This second issue revolver retains about 94% factory nickel plate with scattered light oxidation blemishes mostly on the cylinder and ejector rod along with light scratches and a turn ring on

Lot: 840 - Smith & Wesson Model No.2 Army Tip-Up Revolver

serial #4117, 32 RF, 6" barrel with a frosted bore. The metal surfaces of this three-pin revolver have toned to brown with some light handling marks, oxidation stains and pitting. The smooth rosewood grips are correctly numbered to the gun and rate

Lot: 841 - U.S. Model 1909 Revolver by Colt

serial #30081, 45 Colt, 5 1/2" barrel with a lightly frosted bore. The metal surfaces of this Army-marked revolver retain about 60% arsenal grade reapplied blue finish with the metal surfaces toning to brown, pitting under the new finish, oxidation

Lot: 842 - Smith & Wesson New Model No. 3 Single Action

serial #15437, 44 Russian, 4" barrel with scattered light pitting. The metal surfaces of this revolver have later added non-factory nickel plate with about 99% remaining exhibiting a turn ring on the cylinder light scattered scratches and some old

Lot: 843 - Whitney Wolverine Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #34595, 22 LR, 4 5/8" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% factory dull and polished black anodized finish with some limited high edge wear, small scuff on the right side of the barrel shroud and handling marks.

Lot: 844 - Smith & Wesson Model 629-3 Mountain Gun Double

serial #BPD4539, 44 Magnum, 4" tapered and ribbed barrel with a bright excellent bore. The satin stainless steel surfaces rate excellent with a very light turn ring on the cylinder. The textured black rubber Pachmayr Compac grip rates excellent but

Lot: 845 - Steyr Model GB Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #P03994, 9mm, 5 1/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue on the slide and textured black finish on the frame with a couple of very light handling marks. The checkered black plastic grips rate

Lot: 846 - Colt Diamondback Double Action Revolver

serial #D53585, 38 Spl, 4" full lug ventilated rib barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% professionally reapplied bright nickel finish with about 30% appearing dull from an uneven lightly pitted subsurface and also having

Lot: 847 - Smith & Wesson Model 60-15 Pro Series Double

serial #CSZ5621, 357 Magnum, 3" flat sided full lug and ribbed barrel with a bright excellent bore. The satin stainless steel finish rates about excellent with a couple of specks of oxidation and a faint turn ring on the five shot cylinder. The

Lot: 848 - Smith & Wesson Model 14-3 K-38 Target Masterpiece

serial #8K84626, 38 Spl, 6" pinned and ribbed barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with a few light handling marks. The target hammer and trigger exhibit excellent case-hardened colors. The checkered walnut

Lot: 849 - Ruger Old Army Percussion Revolver

serial #145-16467, 44 Cal, 7 1/2" barrel with a bright near excellent bore showing a couple of specks of oxidation toward the muzzle. The brushed stainless steel finish rates very good to near excellent with a couple of scuffs on the cylinder,

Lot: 850 - Smith & Wesson Model 66-1 Combat Magnum Double

serial #69K5865, 357 Magnum, 4" pinned and ribbed barrel with a bright excellent bore. The satin stainless steel surfaces rate very good to near excellent with several light handling marks, a couple of tiny dings and a light turn ring on the recessed

Lot: 851 - Colt Mustang Pocketlite Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #PL04121, 380 ACP, 2 3/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The stainless steel slide and aluminum alloy frame's finish rate about excellent with several light superficial scratches. The black checkered synthetic grips with Colt medallions

Lot: 852 - Colt Police Positive Target Model Double Action

serial #34807, 22 LR, 6" barrel with a bright very good bore showing a few spots of light pitting. The metal surfaces on this second issue target revolver retain 90-95% original blue with thinning to gray on the gripstrap and triggerguard, silvering

Lot: 853 - Remington Model 51 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #PA34177, 380 ACP, 3 3/8" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% original blue with silvering by the muzzle, on some high edges and at the base of the rear gripstrap, several minor handling marks and a couple of minor

Lot: 854 - Smith & Wesson Model 37 Chiefs Special Airweight

serial #ADB0917, 38 Spl, 3" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue on the steel barrel and cylinder with a faint turn ring on the cylinder, and the black finish on the alloy frame rates excellent. The

Lot: 855 - Smith & Wesson Model 66-2 Combat Magnum Revolver

serial #ADK2156, 357 Magnum, 6" ribbed barrel with a bright excellent bore. The satin stainless steel finish rates near excellent with several minor handling marks and a light turn ring on the cylinder. The checkered black rubber Pachmayr "Gripper"

Lot: 856 - Ruger 44Rs Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #75589, 44 Magnum, 18 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95-97% original blue with silvering on some high edges, a barrel band mark, and a little light oxidation and a few handling marks scattered about. The

Lot: 857 - Ruger 44Rs Semi-Auto Carbine

serial #74094, 44 Magnum, 18 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue with silvering on some edges, a little scattered oxidation, a few small spots of pitting and several light scratches. The pistolgrip

Lot: 858 - High Standard Model A Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #57033, 22 LR, 6 3/4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue with silvering on some high edges, a little scattered light oxidation and a few minor handling marks. The checkered walnut grips rate very good to

Lot: 859 - Colt Pre-Woodsman Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #1370, 22 LR, 6 5/8" Colt replacement barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue with scattered specks of oxidation, a couple of spots of light pitting, and a hint of silvering at the muzzle and on some

Lot: 860 - Dan Wesson Model 22V Target Double Action Revolver

serial #3045, 22 LR, 8" ventilated rib barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97-98% original blue with silvering at the muzzle and on some high edges, a few light scratches and minor handling marks, a light turn ring on the

Lot: 861 - Walther P38 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #077752, 9mm, 5" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original matte black finish on the barrel and slide showing several minor handling marks and a little silvering on some high edges. The black anodized aluminum

Lot: 862 - Custom Ruger No 3 Falling Block Rifle

serial #130-52703, 17 Hornet, 24" custom tapered round barrel by Morrison of Bradford Maine showing a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with a few light handling marks; some silvering on the aluminum barrel band,

Lot: 863 - Winchester Model 94 Trapper Lever Action Carbine

serial #5059487, 30-30, 16" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue and the walnut stock and forearm rate excellent with the gun showing a faint handling mark or two overall. This carbine appears to have seen

Lot: 864 - Winchester Model 9422M Lever Action Rifle

serial #F258673, 22 Magnum, 20 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98-99% original blue with a little light freckling, a few specks of oxidation and a couple of minor handling marks. The walnut stock and forearm rate

Lot: 865 - German Model 1879 Reichsrevolver by Mauser

serial #1261, 11mm German Ordnance, 7" barrel with a good bore that shows strong rifling and a little scattered pitting. The metal surfaces of this 1880-manufactured revolver have toned overall to a brownish purple with fading to pewter along the

Lot: 866 - German Model 1879 Reichsrevolver by Suhl

serial #3385, 11mm German Ordnance, 7" barrel with a good bore that shows strong rifling and a few scattered pits toward the muzzle end. The majority of the metal surfaces on this undated revolver have toned to a brownish purple with fading to pewter

Lot: 867 - Japanese Type 94 Semi-Auto Pistol by Nagoya

serial #30361, 8mm Nambu, 3 5/8" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this September 1942-dated pistol retain about 92% original blue with minor high edge and operational wear on the slide. The trigger, safety, and magazine

Lot: 868 - Japanese Type 94 Semi-Auto Pistol by Nagoya

serial #36590, 8mm Nambu, 3 5/8" barrel with a very good bore that shows a few minor pits. The metal surfaces of this May 1943-dated pistol retain about 95% original blue with some light operational wear along the top of the slide. The black

Lot: 869 - Japanese Type 94 Semi-Auto Pistol by Nagoya

serial #24260, 8mm Nambu, 3 5/8" barrel with a good bore showing some frosting and a few scattered pits throughout. The metal surfaces of this June 1942 pistol retain about 65% original thinning blue with fading throughout the frame and slide along

Lot: 870 - Webley & Scott Metropolitan Police Model Semi-Auto

serial #110626, 32 ACP, 3 1/2" barrel with a very good bore showing some frosting throughout. The metal surfaces of this M.P.-marked pistol retain about 70% original blue with scattered areas of brown, scratches, thinning on the gripstraps, and light

Lot: 871 - Colt Army Special Double Action Revolver

serial #348639, 32-20 W.C.F., 5" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This 1912-made revolver remains in excellent condition with the metal surfaces retaining about 92% original blue with majority of loss attributed to the gripstraps toning to gray,

Lot: 872 - Japanese Type 14 Semi-Auto Pistol by Nagoya

serial #51033 (Series 1), 8mm Nambu, 4 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this May 1942-made pistol retain about 90% original dull factory blue with some high edge and operational wear as well as scattered light freckling

Lot: 873 - Colt Model 1902 Double Action Revolver

serial #211384, 41 Colt, 6" barrel with a very good bore showing a few scattered light pits and frosting. The metal surfaces of this 1903-manufactured revolver retain about 80-85% original blue with some holster wear, silvering of the high edges,

Lot: 874 - Italian Model 1891 Fascist Youth Bolt Action

6mm(proprietary blank), 14 1/2" barrel with a dark bore showing pitting and faint rifling throughout. The metal surfaces retain about 80% original thinning blue with the majority of the receiver, bayonet, and bolt toning to a dull yellow. The barrel

Lot: 875 - Steyr Model 1912 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #7966q, 9mm Steyr, 5" barrel with a fair bore showing darkness and pitting but visible rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this pistol retain about 75% of an older reapplied blue finish showing patches of browning throughout, silvering

Lot: 876 - Savage Model 99EG Lever Action Rifle

serial #434200, 300 Savage, 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this rifle retain about 92% original blue with some thinning and light freckling along the receiver and barrel along with a few light scratches and handling

Lot: 877 - Mauser Model HSC Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #769669, 32 ACP, 3 1/4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this police-marked pistol retain about 95% original blue with some thinning and freckling of the gripstraps, high edge wear, and a few scattered handling marks.

Lot: 878 - Japanese Type 94 Semi-Auto Pistol by Nagoya

serial #65492, 8mm Nambu, 3 5/8" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this December 1944 pistol retain about 95% original blue with some high edge wear, handling marks, and areas toning to brown throughout. The slab-side Asian

Lot: 879 - Japanese Type 94 Semi-Auto Pistol by Nagoya

serial #42880, 8mm Nambu, 3 5/8" barrel with a very good bore showing some frosting. The metal surfaces of this November 1943 pistol have mostly toned to a dull gray with remnants of original blue in protected areas along with some high edge and

Lot: 880 - Japanese Type 94 Semi-Auto Pistol by Nagoya

serial #52123, 8mm Nambu, 3 5/8" barrel with a very good bore showing some frosting. The metal surfaces of this April 1944 pistol retain about 50% original blue with the remainder toned to a brownish gray along with high edge and operational wear.

Lot: 881 - Whitney Arms Rolling Block Rifle

serial #71120, 32 R.F., 28" octagon barrel with a very good bore showing some light scattered pitting and frosting. The metal surfaces of this rifle have mostly toned to a dull brown on the barrel and mottled gray on the receiver with scattered

Lot: 882 - Savage Model 99-C Lever Action Rifle

serial #1173681, 308 Win, 21" barrel with a very good bore showing some minor frosting. The metal surfaces of this rifle retain about 90% original blue with scattered freckling, high edge wear, and toning to gray primarily on the receiver. The lever

Lot: 883 - Japanese Type 14 Semi-Auto Pistol by Nagoya

serial #48427 (Series 2), 8mm Nambu, 4 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this July 1944-made pistol retain about 95% original dull factory blue with some high edge and operational wear as well as scattered light

Lot: 884 - Japanese Type 14 Semi-Auto Pistol by Nagoya

serial #94074 (Series 1), 8mm Nambu, 4 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this October 1943-made pistol retain about 70% original thinning blue with high edge and operational wear, a safety mark, gripstraps toning to

Lot: 885 - Japanese Type 14 Semi-Auto Pistol by Nagoya

serial #2117 (Series 2), 8mm Nambu, 4 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this November 1943-made pistol retain about 94% original dull factory blue with gripstraps toning to gray, some high edge and operational wear, a

Lot: 886 - Japanese Type 14 Semi-Auto Pistol by Nagoya

serial #18320 (Series 2), 8mm Nambu, 4 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this February 1944-made pistol retain about 95% original dull factory blue with some high edge and operational wear, a safety mark and a little

Lot: 887 - Japanese Type 14 Semi-Auto Pistol by Nagoya

serial #52554 (Series 2), 8mm Nambu, 4 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this August 1944-made pistol retain about 90% original dull factory blue with gripstraps toned to gray, some high edge and operational wear, a

Lot: 888 - Japanese Type 94 Semi-Auto Pistol by Nagoya

serial #61753, 8mm Nambu, 3 5/8" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this October 1944-made pistol retain about 92% original dull factory blue with high edge and operational wear and some browning, light freckling, and

Lot: 889 - Japanese Type 94 Semi-Auto Pistol by Nagoya

serial #54483, 8mm Nambu, 3 5/8" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this May 1944-made pistol retain about 94% original dull factory blue with high edge and operational wear along with some scattered light freckling

Lot: 890 - Savage Model 99-G Takedown Lever Action Rifle

serial #277274, 300 Savage, 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1925-made rifle retain about 92% original blue with some thinning throughout the barrel and receiver along with high edge wear, some scattered freckling

Lot: 891 - J.P. Sauer 38H Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #308453, 32 ACP, 3 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this police pistol retain about 95% original blue with some high edge wear, some areas toning to brown on the slide and gripstraps, and a few small scratches

Lot: 892 - Winchester Model 54 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #43718A, 30-06, 20" barrel with a good plus bore showing light pitting throughout its length but strong rifling. The metal surfaces of this rifle retain about 85% original blue with areas worn to silver along the barrel and most of the

Lot: 893 - Savage Model 99-E Lever Action Rifle

serial #322969, 300 Savage, 24" barrel with a very good bore showing some minor frosting throughout. The metal surfaces of this 1929-made rifle retain about 94% of an older reapplied blue with some scattered light freckling and some areas on the

Lot: 894 - Marlin Model 1893 Lever Action Carbine

serial #418815, 38-55, 20" barrel with a very good bore showing some minor scattered frosting and pitting with strong rifling. The metal surfaces of this carbine retain about 35% original blue on the receiver with the majority toned to a brownish

Lot: 895 - Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Mountain Rifle

serial #C6217570, 30-06, 22" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this rifle retain about 99% original blue with a jeweled bolt body. The checkered walnut pistolgrip stock remains in excellent condition with crisp checkering and

Lot: 896 - German P.38 Semi-Auto Pistol by Walther

serial #2473d, 9mm, 5" barrel with an about good bore showing moderate pitting and oxidation, but visible rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this ac41-coded pistol retain about 92% of an older reapplied blue with some high edge wear, some

Lot: 897 - Marlin Model 1893 Lever Action Rifle

serial #229067, 30-30, 28" half octagon barrel with a very good plus bore showing some scattered light frosting. The metal surfaces of the barrel and magazine tube retain about 88% original blue with some high edge wear, toning to brown, and

Lot: 898 - Winchester Model 70 XTR Bolt Action Rifle

serial #G1395112, 270 Win., 22" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this rifle retain about 97% original blue with some scattered freckling on the bolt handle and along the underside of the barrel along with some high edge wear

Lot: 899 - Smith & Wesson Model 340 Double Action Revolver

serial #DAT8279, 357 Magnum, 2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The PVD-coated surfaces of this revolver remain in excellent condition with only a faint turn ring on the cylinder and some powder burns on its face. The revolver wears a black

Lot: 900 - Remington Model 12-B Slide Action Rifle

serial #424733, 22 Short, 24" octagon barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this "gallery special" retain about 85% original blue with some high edge wear and scattered freckling along the barrel, a few small impact marks on

Lot: 901 - Marlin Model 336SS Lever Action Rifle

serial #91211101, 30-30, 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces of this rifle remain in excellent overall condition with a few scattered handling marks and light scratches and the checkered pistolgrip walnut stock and

Lot: 902 - Marlin Model 336W Lever Action Rifle

serial #91038543, 30-30, 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this rifle remain in excellent condition and retain about 99% original blue with the gold plating on the trigger entirely intact. The checkered pistolgrip walnut

Lot: 903 - Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #10787, 32 ACP, 4" barrel with an about good bore showing pitting and oxidation, but strong rifling, throughout. The metal surfaces of this 1904-made Type I pistol retain about 82% original finish with high edge wear, holster wear along the

Lot: 904 - Evanix Rainstorm II Pre-Charged Pneumatic Air

serial #0515H011749, 35 Cal/9mm, 17" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue with a few light handling marks. The checkered Indonesian walnut pistolgrip stock with ambidextrous cheekpiece and pistolgrip rates near

Lot: 905 - Shinsung Career III 707 Pre-Charged Pneumatic

serial #70143, 4.5mm (.177"), 24" barrel with an about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original blue showing a few minor handling marks. The laminated two-tone Indonesian walnut pistolgrip stock rates about excellent also showing

Lot: 906 - Airforce Model R0401 Condor Pre-Charged Pneumatic

serial #DC10474, 25 Cal, 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with some light wear by the muzzle. The grip and forearm rate excellent. This single shot air rifle features a 3000 psi air reservoir,

Lot: 907 - Winchester Model 43 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #52770A, 22 Hornet, 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98-99% original blue with a couple of faint handling marks and some spots on the bolt handle toning to plum. The walnut pistolgrip stock rates near

Lot: 908 - Ruger Mini-14 Ranch Semi-Auto Rifle

223 Rem, 18 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The matte stainless steel surfaces rate excellent with a few faint handling marks. The black synthetic checkered pistolgrip stock also rates excellent. Rifle comes with a set of rings, a single

Lot: 909 - Smith & Wesson Model 36 Chief's Special Double

serial #19913, 38 Spl, 2" pinned and ribbed barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this flat latch 5-screw round butt J-frame revolver retain 95% original blue with some thinning on the backstrap and triggerguard toning toward

Lot: 910 - Smith & Wesson Model 10-7 Double Action Revolver

serial #4D14862, 38 Spl, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% plus original blue with a faint handling mark or two and only a hint of a turn ring present. The case colors on the trigger and hammer rate excellent. The

Lot: 911 - Colt Officers Model Match Double Action Revolver

serial #72644, 22 LR, 6" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this 1957 Match revolver retain 90% original blue showing thinning on the barrel toning toward brown, silvering on some high edges, multiple light handling marks, and

Lot: 912 - Weatherby Vanguard VGD Bolt Action Rifle

serial #V74690, 243 Win, 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original gloss blue with a small scuff by the muzzle and a few minor scratches and light handling marks. The checkered deluxe walnut pistolgrip Monte

Lot: 913 - Smith & Wesson Model 17-4 K-22 Masterpiece

serial #83K5102, 22 LR, 6" pinned barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this German-proofed revolver retain 95% original blue finish with spots of light silvering along the high edges and near the muzzle with numerous light

Lot: 914 - Smith & Wesson Model 19-3 Combat Magnum Revolver

serial #K902344, .357 Magnum, 6" pinned barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this imported revolver with German proofs retain 95% original blue finish with numerous light scratches, silvering at the muzzle, on the ejector rod,

Lot: 915 - Smith & Wesson Model 59 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #A247043, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this double action pistol retain 98% original blue and anodized finishes with both the slide and the frame having German proof markings. The pistol has serrated front

Lot: 916 - Smith & Wesson Model 28-2 Highway Patrolman

serial #N247964, .357 Magnum, 6" pinned barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this German-proofed revolver retain 95% original blue with some light silvering at the muzzle and along some of the high edges with a very light turn

Lot: 917 - Smith & Wesson Model 60-3 Chiefs Special Revolver

serial #BDA8460, .38 Special, 2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The stainless surfaces rate near excellent with a few light scratches. The cylinder has a light turn ring, a 25th Anniversary banner with flag and star is etched into the right

Lot: 918 - Smith & Wesson Model 686-9 Distinguished Combat

serial #BNP5783, .357 Magnum, 6" full lug barrel with a bright excellent bore. The stainless surfaces rate excellent showing light scratches and handling marks with a light turn ring along the cylinder. The smooth combat trigger and standard hammer

Lot: 919 - Smith & Wesson Model 586 Distinguished Combat

serial #ABV0874, .357 Magnum, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this Austrian proofed revolver retain near 98% original finish with light handling marks, a couple sparse spots of light fine oxidation staining and a light

Lot: 920 - Smith & Wesson No.1 Third Issue Tip-Up Revolver

serial #50049, 22 RF, 2 3/4" round barrel with an about good bore that has evident rifling and scattered patches of light pitting and oxidation its entire length. The metal surfaces retain 85% original nickel-plated finish with areas of flaking,

Lot: 921 - Ruger Old Model Single-Six Revolver

serial #46447, 22 LR, 5 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue and anodized finishes with a few light spots of oxidation staining mostly on the hammer and a tiny flake on the left side of the

Lot: 922 - Smith & Wesson Model 17-3 K-22 Masterpiece

serial #3K68528, 22 LR, 6" pinned barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this German-proofed revolver retain 98% original blue finish with a few very light handling marks, and a light turn ring along the recessed cylinder. The

Lot: 923 - Smith & Wesson Model 19-3 Combat Magnum Revolver

serial #4K12945, .357 Magnum, 4" pinned barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% original blue finish with some light silvering at the muzzle, flaking on the ejector rod and a minor turn ring along the recessed cylinder. The

Lot: 924 - Ruger New Model Super Blackhawk Single Action

serial #86-89973, .44 Magnum, 7 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The stainless surfaces rate excellent having a few light scratches and a light turn ring along the unfluted cylinder. The revolver has a ramp front sight with black blade

Lot: 925 - Smith & Wesson Model 18-4 K-22 Combat Masterpiece

serial #24K9462, 22 LR, 4" pinned barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue with spots of light fine oxidation staining, flaking along the extractor and silvering on the high edges of the crane. The recessed

Lot: 926 - Smith & Wesson Model 19-4 Combat Magnum Revolver

serial #123K319, .357 Magnum, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% original blue with a few light handling marks and a very faint turn ring along the cylinder. The standard hammer and service trigger show bold

Lot: 927 - Ruger Vaquero Single Action Revolver

serial #57-64594, 45 Colt, 7 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The stainless surfaces rate excellent showing a few scattered minor scratches and there is a light turn ring along the cylinder. The revolver has a fixed blade front sight and

Lot: 928 - Smith & Wesson Model 60 Chiefs Special Revolver

serial #R304909, .38 Special, 2" barrel with bright excellent bore. The stainless surfaces rate excellent and have scattered light handling and carry marks, turn ring on the cylinder. The hard chrome finish on the standard hammer and service trigger

Lot: 929 - Smith & Wesson Model 39-2 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #A433421, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue and anodized finishes with some superficial light scratches and spots of light silvering along some of the high hedges. The slide and frame have

Lot: 930 - Colt Detective Special Third Issue Revolver

serial #H42798, .38 Special, 2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95% original blue finish with scattered patches of fine oxidation staining with the heaviest concentrations on the hammer and cylinder with some

Lot: 931 - Ruger Old Model Blackhawk Single Action Revolver

serial #30-48100, .357 Magnum, 6 1/2" barrel with an overall bright very good bore that has spots of light frosting in the grooves. The barrel and frame retain 95% original blue finish with several light scratches, spots of silvering along the high

Lot: 932 - Smith & Wesson Model 66-3 Combat Magnum Revolver

serial #BJJ1947, .357 Magnum, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces rate near excellent with overall light scratches, a few minor scuffs and a light turn ring along the cylinder. The standard hammer and smooth combat trigger rate

Lot: 933 - Ruger Vaquero Single Action Revolver

serial #56-87943, .45 Colt, 5 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The stainless surfaces rate excellent showing some scattered superficial scratches and a turn ring along the cylinder. The revolver has a standard blade style front sight and

Lot: 934 - Smith & Wesson Model 67-1 Combat Masterpiece

serial #77K1067, .38 Special, 4 " barrel with a bright excellent bore. The stainless surfaces rate near excellent with overall light scratches and handling marks with a light turn ring on the cylinder. The standard hammer and service trigger retain

Lot: 935 - Ruger New Model Super Blackhawk Single Action

serial #81-40071, .44 Magnum, 7 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue finish with several tiny superficial scratches, turn ring along the cylinder, and scattered spots of light fine oxidation staining

Lot: 936 - Ruger Vaquero Single Action Revolver

serial #*55-00417, .45 Colt, 7 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel, cylinder and grip frame retain 97% original blue finish with a few light superficial scratches and a light turn ring along the cylinder. The frame retains 90% of its

Lot: 937 - Smith & Wesson Model 14-2 K-38 Target Masterpiece

serial #K649348, .38 Special, 6" pinned barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this German-proofed revolver retain 95% original blue finish with numerous small scratches, silvering at the muzzle, on the ejector rod, and along

Lot: 938 - Very Rare Second World War Japanese Naval Aviators

This is a very nice set of Second World War Japanese "cat's-eye" naval aviators goggles, so very coveted by naval aviators and officers. High-quality, they feature two curved irregularly shaped clear glass lenses retained by copper-colored aluminum

Lot: 939 - Custom Ithaca Flues Grade 1 Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #370119, 12 ga., 26" barrels choked modified and light full with bright about excellent bores which show a few small spots with remnants of some light pitting, the left tube with a couple of tiny dings. The barrels retain about 98% later

Lot: 940 - German Under Lever Double Hammergun by Rose

serial #3087, 16 ga., 27 1/2" barrels, un-choked, showing about very good bores which show remnants of some light oxidation and sparsely scattered very light pitting. The barrels show lovely contrasting plum and pewter damascus star pattern their

Lot: 941 - Unmarked Austrian Over Under Shotgun

serial #2520-66, 16 Ga, 28 1/2" ventilated rib barrels both choked modified with bright excellent bores. The scalloped frame features engraved avian scenes with scroll engraving and it shows some scattered light oxidation staining. The blued parts

Lot: 942 - Remington Model 31TC Slide Action Shotgun

serial #118467, 12 Ga, 30" ventilated-rib barrel choked tight modified with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue finish with some sparsely scattered silvering and operational wear on magazine tube. The nicely figured walnut

Lot: 943 - U.S. M1 Carbine by Winchester

serial #1106848, 30 Carbine, 18" Winchester barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows perhaps the beginnings of light frosting near muzzle. The metal surfaces are an overall dull gray patina with the triggerguard and barrel appearing

Lot: 944 - Custom Unmarked Martini Falling Block Rifle

serial #B1055, 6mm-30-30 Ackley Improved, 27" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 90% quality blue with scattered fading to brown on the frame and a few light silvering spots on the barrel. The nicely figured raised

Lot: 945 - German GEW 98 Bolt Action Rifle by Danzig

serial #8779/1, 8mm Mauser, 29 1/2" barrel with a very good bore that shows scattered frosting and light pitting but strong rifling. The in-the-white receiver and bolt of this 1903-dated rifle remain mostly bright with scattered oxidation stain

Lot: 946 - Pattern 1853 Enfield Percussion Musket

.58 Cal, 32 1/2" barrel with an oxidized bore. The metal surfaces of this two-band Enfield style rifle are a dull brown patina with scattered pitting, oxidation and the remnants of an added enamel finish. The hardwood stock rates very good plus with

Lot: 947 - U.S. Model 1898 Krag Bolt Action Rifle by

serial #159293, 30-40 Krag, 30" barrel with a fair bore that shows oxidation and pitting throughout but visible rifling. The metal surfaces are mostly a dull brown patina with a few spots of oxidation on the barrel, some light pitting on the

Lot: 948 - Franchi Falconet Field Over Under Shotgun

serial #60737, 12 Ga, 28" ventilated rib barrels choked modified and improved modified with bright excellent bores. The frame retains about 90% original case colors with some spots of silvering and fading. The blued parts retain 97% original finish

Lot: 949 - Winchester Model 1887 Lever Action Shotgun

serial #6228, 10 Ga, 28" plain shortened barrel choked cylinder with an oxidized bore. The metal surfaces are an overall dull gray oxidized patina with some scattered light pitting. The walnut stock rates about very good with an added varnish, a 1

Lot: 950 - U.S. Model 1898 Krag Bolt Action Rifle by

serial #379257, 30-40 Krag, 22 1/2" shortened barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows the beginnings of light frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces retain 97% quality reapplied blue with some scattered small spots of freckling and

Lot: 951 - Browning BL-22 Grade II Lever Action Carbine

serial #37B14971, 22 LR, 20" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue with a couple tiny silvering scratches. The checkered walnut stock rates near excellent retaining much of its glossy varnish with a couple light

Lot: 952 - M1 Carbine by Israeli Arms Industries

serial #M888-R203740, 30 Carbine, 18" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original parkerized finish with some operational wear on the receiver and light silvering on the exposed edges. The hardwood stock rates excellent with

Lot: 953 - Custom Marlin Ballard Falling Block Rifle

serial #21737, 22 LR, 26 1/2" round barrel with an about excellent bore showing perhaps minor frosting along its length. The custom heavy barrel retains about 98% original blue with a few scratches and oxidation stains and the barrel is engraved .22

Lot: 954 - Factory Mahogany Cased Old Model Ruger Super

serial #3367, 44 Magnum, 7 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This second-year production (1960) revolver retains about 85% factory blue with the backstrap thinning to pewter, high edge wear, oxidation stains, pinprick pitting on the forward edges

Lot: 955 - Stevens Offhand No. 35 Single Shot Target Pistol

serial #A29265, 22 LR, 8" barrel with an excellent bore. This pistol is equipped with an unusual reproduction non-optical tube-shaped peep sight and housed in a beautifully constructed presentation case. The pistol retains about 80% plus factory blue

Lot: 956 - Colt Huntsman Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #176036-C, 22 LR, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1967-made pistol retains about 97% factory blue with light freckling on the grip frame and limited high edge wear. The checkered walnut factory grips rate excellent with minor handling

Lot: 957 - Smith & Wesson 32-20 Model 1905 Hand Ejector

serial #38388, 32-20 W.C.F., 4" barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. This second change revolver retains about 85% factory nickel plate with scattered light oxidation blemishes, finish worn to pewter at the muzzle, flaking, bubbling and pitting.

Lot: 958 - Colt Challenger Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #54765-C, 22 LR, 4 5/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1952 made pistol retains about 97% factory blue with limited edge wear, slight freckling on the grip frame and scratches. The checkered synthetic thumb rest factory grips rate very

Lot: 959 - Browning Arms Co. FN "Baby" Model Semi-Auto Vest

serial #264316, 25 ACP, 2 1/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely little 1962 made FN Baby retains about 99% factory blue. The checkered synthetic factory grips with Browning logo rate excellent. This gun includes a factory Browning box that

Lot: 960 - Winchester Model 50 Semi-Auto Shotgun

serial #91655, 20 ga., dual bead ventilated rib barrel with a bright excellent bore choked full. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with a small scratch in the left side of the barrel about 4 1/2" from the muzzle. The checkered walnut

Lot: 961 - Marlin Model 93 Lever Action Carbine

serial #6339, 30-30 Win, 20" special smokeless steel round barrel with 2/3 magazine and a very good bore showing good rifling with scattered fine oxidation. The barrel retains about 80% evenly thinning original blue with some sparse fine staining

Lot: 962 - U.S. Model 1888 Trapdoor Rifle by Springfield

serial #537806, 45-70 Govt., 32 5/8" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces bear an overall pale gray patina with scattered fine oxidation staining. The walnut stock rates very good overall with good left side cartouche and ample

Lot: 963 - U.S. Model 1888 Trapdoor Rifle by Springfield

serial #510871, 45-70 Govt., 32 5/8" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95-98% applied blue with remnants of fine oxidation which is starting to tone to brown once again. The walnut stock rates about very good having been

Lot: 964 - U.S. Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle by Springfield

serial #424401, 45-70 Govt., 32 5/8" barrel with an about very good bore showing scattered pitting and fine oxidation still with good rifling the entire length. The metal surfaces retain about 80% thinning original blue toning to brown and gray with

Lot: 965 - Yeoman & Son Bowie Knife

This large bowie measures 18" overall with a 12" clip point style blade equipped with a 3 3/4" unsharpened false edge. The obverse side of the blade is lightly etched with oak leaves and acorns and the ricasso is maker marked "YEOMAN & SON /

Lot: 966 - Unmarked Double Edged Bowie Knife

This late 19th century fighting knife measures 16 1/8" overall with an 11" dual edge spear point blade equipped with a 1 3/4" ricasso. The blade is unmarked and is toning pale gray with scattered fine staining, light oxidation on the ricasso and a

Lot: 967 - U.S. Model 1860 Light Calvary Saber by Emerson &

34 3/4" blade with wide and narrow fullers. The blade is toning to pewter overall with scattered fine oxidation staining and sparse patches of slightly busier oxidation. The obverse ricasso is marked with a large "N.J." over "1863 while the reverse

Lot: 968 - U.S. Model 1840 Heavy Cavalry Saber by Ames

35 1/2" blade with wide and narrow fullers. The blade has toned to pale gray with scattered fine oxidation being more concentrated in areas. The blade is marked "AMES MFG. CO. / CABOTVILLE / 1850" on the obverse ricasso and "U.S. / A.D.K." on the

Lot: 969 - Harrington & Richardson Model 1873 Officer's

serial #3117, 45-70, 26" barrel with an excellent bore. The barrel retains about 98-99% original blue, while the remaining metal surfaces have a similar amount of vibrant factory case color. There are a few light handling marks, some light silvering

Lot: 970 - Henry Big Boy Lever Action Rifle

serial #BB05972C, 45 Colt, 20" octagon barrel with an excellent bore. The barrel, magazine tube, lever and hammer retain about 97-98% original blue that has some light wear along the edges and bearing surfaces. The brass frame, barrel band and

Lot: 971 - Winchester 1885 Low-Wall Falling Block Rifle

serial #19079, 22 W.C.F., 26" octagon barrel with a very good bore that has some areas of light pitting. The metal surfaces are mostly a mottled brown with areas of gray and light surface oxidation blending throughout. There are light handling, and

Lot: 972 - Winchester Model 37 Red Letter Single Barrel

20 ga., 28" plain barrel choked full with a bright, excellent bore. The barrel retains about 98-99% original blue while the red lettered "WINCHESTER" frame has some minor flaking with about 80% remaining and nearly all of the red lettering. The

Lot: 973 - Browning BPS Upland Special Slide Action Shotgun

serial #34145PR152, 12 ga., 22" ventilated rib Invector choke barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98-99% original blue that has a few light handling marks. The gold trigger has some minor flaking to the original gold

Lot: 974 - Benelli SL80 Semi-Auto Shotgun

serial #191513, 12 ga., 25 1/2" ventilated rib barrel choked full with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95-97% original blue finishes. The barrel is toning to brown while the anodized frame has some light handling marks and

Lot: 975 - Kodiak Manufacturing "The Ahab" Harpoon Gun

serial #1021, 45-70 Blank, 19" barrel with a bright shiny bore. The metal surfaces of this gun retain about 98% original nickel plating with a few small areas of flaking and scattered light handling marks. The smooth walnut forend and pistolgrip

Lot: 976 - Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

serial #9412, .44 cal, 8" barrel with a fair bore showing pitting and oxidation, but strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this revolver retain about 90% reapplied blue with scattered pitting under the newer finish, and scattered dings,

Lot: 977 - Zabala Hermanos Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #148961, 410 bore, 26" solid rib barrels choked full with bright excellent bores. The metal surfaces of this shotgun retain about 98% original blue with some very light scattered freckling, high edge wear, and some minor thinning along the

Lot: 978 - Smith & Wesson Model 39 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #107564, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue and anodized finishes with light operational wear and minor handling marks. The pistol features a long extractor, ramp front sight with

Lot: 979 - Ruger Super Redhawk Revolver

serial #551-18953, .44 Magnum, 7 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The stainless surfaces rate about excellent with light scratches and handling marks and a light turn ring on the cylinder. The revolver has a ramp front sight with adjustable

Lot: 980 - Smith & Wesson Model 59 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #A547393, 9mm, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original nickel-plated finish with a few scattered light scratches. The pistol features a serrated ramp front sight with windage adjustable black blade rear

Lot: 981 - Smith & Wesson Model 67-6 Combat Masterpiece

serial #DBU8463, .38 Special +P, 4" heavy barrel with a bright excellent bore. The stainless surfaces rate near excellent with a few light scratches and a light turn ring along the cylinder. The standard hammer and smooth combat trigger show mottled

Lot: 982 - Franchi Model 48AL Semi-Auto Shotgun

serial #A83380, 12 ga., 26" Poly Choked barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue and anodized finishes having some scattered spots of light fine oxidation staining with some very light silvering on the high

Lot: 983 - Winchester Commemorative 1866-1966 Centennial

serial #54863, 30-30 Win., 26" full octagon barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel, lever, hammer and trigger retain 99% original blue finish and the frame, buttplate and nosecap have a bright gold colored appearance. There are a few

Lot: 984 - Winchester Model 94 Lone Star Commemorative Lever

serial #LS31681, 30-30 Win., 20" half octagon half round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel, loading gate, hammer, and trigger retain 98% original blue with light silvering along the high edges and have a few scattered spots of fine

Lot: 985 - Winchester Model 94 Lone Star Commemorative Lever

serial #LS31682, 30-30 Win., 26" half octagon half round barrel with a bright excellent bore. The barrel, loading gate, hammer, and trigger retain 99% original blue and the frame, lever, buttplate, forend cap, and magazine cap retain a bright gold

Lot: 986 - Winchester Model 94 NRA Centennial Lever Action

serial #NRA43181, 30-30 Win., 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue. The frame has light engraving and the rifle is sighted with a hooded brass bead front sight and adjustable leaf rear sight. The smooth

Lot: 987 - Consecutively Numbered Winchester Model 94 NRA

serial #NRA43182, 30-30 Win., 26" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97% original blue with scattered patches of fine oxidation staining, and a small spot of flaking on the bottom of the frame that is now lightly oxidized

Lot: 988 - Russian M1926 TK Korovin Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #95695, 25 ACP, 2 3/4" barrel with a very good bore showing some light scattered pitting and frosting. The metal surfaces of this pistol retain about 70% original blue with the gripstraps and a majority of the slide and barrel toned to pewter

Lot: 989 - British No. 5 Mk 1 Bolt Action "Jungle Carbine" by

serial #Y4185, 303 British, 20 1/2" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 11/46-dated carbine retain about 97% arsenal black enamel finish with some high edge wear, a few scuffs and handling marks, and some operational wear

Lot: 990 - Unmarked Flintlock Fullstock Sporting Rifle

About 58 cal, 44 1/4" octagon barrel with an oxidized bore. The barrel is an overall plum brown patina with overall light oxidation and has a simple brass blade front sight with flat-top rear. The lock is marked "J Holland" and is a reconversion to

Lot: 991 - Unmarked Percussion Halfstock Sporting and Target

.38 cal, 33" octagon barrel with a fair bore. The barrel is an overall dull pewter patina and is turned for starter. It shows light scattered oxidation with a few minor scattered handling marks. Rifle features a simple brass blade front sight and

Lot: 992 - Ithaca Hammerless Crass Model Field Grade Boxlock

serial #29161, 12 ga., 28" barrels both choked full with bright excellent bores, the right tube with very scant remnants of some light oxidation. This working man's shotgun is in much finer than normally encountered condition. The barrels are very

Lot: 993 - Parker VH Grade Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #161337, 12 ga., 30" barrels choked a tight modified and a light full with bright about excellent bores which show just some scant remnants of some very light oxidation or perhaps very light pitting, both tubes showing old professionally

Lot: 994 - L.C. Smith Ideal Grade Sidelock Shotgun

serial #RE 32134, 12 ga., 32" barrels both choked a light full with about excellent bores which show some sparse remnants of very light pitting, the right tube with a tiny ding. The barrels are now primarily an overall dull gray and darker gray-blue

Lot: 995 - L.C. Smith Ideal Grade Featherweight Double

serial #FWE26124, 12 ga., 28" barrels choked a light modified and a light full with very good to near excellent bores showing only light remnants of some very sparse, light oxidation, the right tube with the remnants of a professionally raised dent.

Lot: 996 - Parker VH Grade Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #145424, 12 ga., 28" barrels both choked about skeet or a light improved cylinder with bright about excellent bores showing sparse remnants of some very light oxidation, both tubes with a number of tiny dings, the left tube showing a raised

Lot: 997 - Ohio Percussion Halfstock Sporting Rifle by Biddle

.36 cal, 33 1/2" octagon barrel with a bright very good plus to near excellent bore. The barrel and lock have been hot immersion blued many years ago, now the barrel with overall moderate oxidation, which continues onto the lockplate. There is a

Lot: 998 - German Magazine Sporting Rifle by Otto Seelig of

serial #9821, 9.3x62, 22 1/2" part octagon part round barrel with a bright very good plus bore which shows only some very light frosting within the grooves. The metal surfaces retain about 97% very good quality rust blue, the loss due to even fading

Lot: 999 - Parker VH Grade Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #147610, 12 ga., 28" barrels choked improved cylinder and modified with bright about excellent bores showing some very sparse remnants of some light oxidation, the left tube with a number of small dings. The barrels retain perhaps 95% fading

Lot: 1000 - Custom K98 Magazine Sporting Rifle

257 Roberts, 24 3/4" sporting contour barrel with a bright about excellent bore. Built on a DOU-coded (Waffenwerke Bruenn, Bystrica) action, the metal surfaces retain perhaps 90% original blue, the loss is due primarily to even fading and very light

Lot: 1001 - JP Sauer & Sohn Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #316637, 12 ga, 27 5/8" Krupp steel barrels choked full and tight full with bright excellent bores; they are retailer marked "Geco" as well. The barrels retain perhaps 85% of a thinning original blue, most pronounced around the forend with

Lot: 1002 - Custom Mauser 98 Magazine Sporting Rifle

serial #58104, 8mm Mauser, 21" barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain perhaps 90% original blue, the loss is due primarily to even overall fading to light gray, with some remnants of some very light pinprick pitting near

Lot: 1003 - J.P. Sauer & Son Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #122964, 12 ga, 28" Krupp steel barrels choked full and improved modified; the right bore rates bright about excellent and the left bore rates very good with minor pitting along its length. The barrels retain about 80% of an original thinning

Lot: 1004 - Winchester Model 1901 Lever Action Shotgun

serial #57747, 10 ga, 32" plain barrel with an about very good bore with minor frosting and pitting toward the muzzle end. All of the metal surfaces have toned to a heavily pitted and oxidized plum brown patina. The hammer has several punch marks

Lot: 1005 - Stevens New Model Pocket Rifle

serial #10116, 22 R.F., 10" part round part octagon barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. The barrel of this second issue rifle has toned to brown with a few streaks of faded blue in the protected areas of the breech along with oxidation

Lot: 1006 - Stevens Hunters Pet Pocket Rifle No. 34

serial #1783, 32 CF, 18" octagon barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. The metal surfaces of the barrel and hammer are brown with scattered oxidation blemishes, pitting and edge wear. The frame retains about 95% factory applied nickel plate with

Lot: 1007 - S. Nock Swivel Barrel Center Hammer Percussion

serial #7361, .35 cal., 2 1/4" screw out smoothbore barrels with lightly oxidized and pitted bores. Each barrel is numbered to breech. The metal surfaces retain about 99% later re-applied blue finish with old pitting visible under the blue. The frame

Lot: 1008 - Italian Chouleyer Flintlock Pistol

.68 cal., 7 1/2" part round part octagon barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. The metal surfaces are brown with oxidation blemishes, pitting and a few handling marks. The one-piece wood stock rates about good as refinished and repaired. There are

Lot: 1009 - Engraved Model 1848 Baby Dragoon Percussion

serial #8191, .31 cal., 3 7/8" barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. This Dragoon has been engraved, refinished and bears London markings on the barrel that appear to have been refreshed. The receiver and the rear half of the barrel have loose

Lot: 1010 - American Standard Tool Company Tip-Up Pocket

serial #16520, 22 RF, 3 1/8" barrel with an oxidized and pitted bore. This lovely variant of the Manhattan revolver retains about 95% factory nickel plate with scattered light flaking mostly around the window and sideplate plus oxidation blemishes,

Lot: 1011 - Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

serial #2365964, 32 Win. Spl., 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% original blue, loss due primarily to edge and contact wear and a few light scratches and nicks from good honest carry. The straight grip

Lot: 1012 - Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

serial #1615513, 30 W.C.F., 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% plus original blue with some sparse very fine oxidation staining. The straight grip walnut stock and forend rate excellent with light nicely

Lot: 1013 - Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

serial #2064440, 32 Win. Spl., 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 97-98% original blue, loss due to light edge wear and some pinprick flaking on the receiver. The plain straight grip walnut stock and forend rate about

Lot: 1014 - Winchester Model 94AE XTR Lever Action Carbine

serial #5322998, 30-30 Win., 20" barrel, with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 99% original blue with only a couple minute edge marks along the receiver from storage. The checkered straight grip select walnut stock rates excellent,

Lot: 1015 - Arno Bernard Hunter Made In South Africa

This attractive knife measures 7 7/8" overall with a 3 5/8" tapered full tang N690 stainless steel drop point blade. The blade retains all its hand rubbed satin finish and etched with "AB" in circle Arno Bernard maker on the obverse blade. The

Lot: 1016 - Japanese WWII Era Officers Katana

26 1/4" to the white colored smooth copper sleeve, 37 1/8" overall length. The blade remains overall bright with a few sparse spots of light oxidation and no visible temper line. The tang has a soft gray patina with crisp signature on both sides and

Lot: 1017 - Japanese 1886 Pattern Infantry Parade Sword

28 1/2" single narrow fuller blade, 33 1/2" overall length. The blade remains overall bright with prominent temper line, scattered patches of flaking polished nickel and a couple tiny nicks along the edge. The hilt consists of a pierced brass guard

Lot: 1018 - Winchester Model 98 Breech Loading Salute Cannon

serial #937, 10 gauge blank, 12" barrel with a very good bore that is lightly pitted throughout. The overall length is 16" with a height of 7" and width of 6 1/2". The barrel is marked "NOT FOR BALL". The cannon weighs approximately 15 lbs. The metal

Lot: 1019 - Winchester Model 98 Breech Loading Salute Cannon

serial #508, 10 gauge blank, 12" barrel with a very good bore that has minor pitting and light oxidation. The overall length is 16" with a height of 7" and width of 6 1/2". The barrel is marked "NOT FOR BALL" and the cannon weighs approximately 15

Lot: 1020 - Parker Hale Model 1100M Lightweight African Bolt

serial #19484H, 404 Jeffery, 24" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% original matte blue with some light edge wear and areas of light surface oxidation scattered about. The smooth walnut stock rates near excellent

Lot: 1021 - Unmarked German Scalloped Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #2799.32, 16 ga., 27 5/8" Krupp steel barrels choked full with excellent bores. The barrels retain about 75% original blue that is fading to brown with silver, light specks of oxidation and staining and a few light handling marks blending

Lot: 1022 - Interarms Mark X Bolt Action Rifle

serial #B316440, 458 Lott, 24" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98-99% of what appears to be the original blue with some light handling marks throughout. The checkered black composite stock rates excellent and is fitted

Lot: 1023 - Custom CZ Model VZ24 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle

serial #2009, 22-250, 24" heavy B. Fuller barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95% commercial blue that has some light handling and edge wear. The bolt body has a fading jeweled pattern. The bi-tonal laminate hardwood Monte

Lot: 1024 - Savage Model 720 Custom-Engraved Semi-Auto Shotgun

serial #83879, 12 ga., 26" arsenal proofed plain barrel choked improved cylinder with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% of a commercially applied blue finish with light wear and scattered light surface oxidation along the barrel

Lot: 1025 - L.C. Smith Field Grade Sidelock Double Shotgun

serial #FWS8515, 12 ga., 28" barrels choked full and improved modified with excellent bores. The barrels, forend iron and triggerguard retain about 90% of a restored blue finish that is flaking to brown and blending with light wear and handling marks

Lot: 1026 - BSA Martini MKII Falling Block Rifle

serial #FC1524, 22 LR, 26" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 75% original blue with some scattered fading to brown, overall freckling and light oxidation. The walnut cheekpiece stock rates very good with the remnants of tape on

Lot: 1027 - Austrian Guild Boxlock Double Shotgun

16 Ga, 28 1/2" plain Krupp steel barrels choked full with good bores that show some scattered pitting. The frame and triggerguard are engraved with several wildlife scenes and the frame is dulling to a gray patina with some scattered small spots of

Lot: 1028 - Winchester Model 52 Bolt Action Rifle

serial #17234, 22 LR, 28" barrel with a bright near excellent bore that shows some minor frosting in the grooves. The metal surfaces are a dull brown patina with scattered light freckling and oxidation staining. The pistolgrip walnut stock rates very

Lot: 1029 - Browning Auto 5 Buck Special Semi Auto Shotgun by

serial #72G6049, 12 Ga, 24" plain unchoked buck spcl. barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this Belgian-made shotgun retain 95% original blue with scattered light silvering and fading to the exposed edges. The checkered walnut stock

Lot: 1030 - Fleury Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #1067, 12 Ga, 26 3/4" plain barrels choked improved modified with excellent bores. The frame of this Belgian-made shotgun is a gray patina with traces of the original case colors and spots of light oxidation staining. The barrels retain 90%

Lot: 1031 - Savage 24C Over Under Combination Gun

serial #E081094, 22 LR/20 Ga, 20" barrels with bright excellent bores. The frame shows vivid case colors with some tiny handling marks and the blued parts retain 99% original blue. The hardwood stock rates very good plus retaining much of its factory

Lot: 1032 - U.S. Marked Winchester Model 12 Slide Action

serial #1018146, 12 Ga, 28" plain ordnance replacement barrel choked modified with an excellent bore. The receiver retains 90% original blue with scattered fading to brown and silvering. The magazine tube and the barrel retain 75% original blue with

Lot: 1033 - Winchester Model 25 Slide Action Shotgun

serial #68857, 12 Ga, 28" plain barrel choked full with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98% original blue with some operational wear on magazine tube, light silvering and a few light oxidation spots on the high edges. The walnut stock

Lot: 1034 - Rizzini Model 780 Over Under Shotgun

serial #12625, 20 Ga, 28" ventilated rib barrels choked cylinder and improved modified with bright excellent bores. The frame metal shows floral engraving with waterfowl scenes and a few spots of light oxidation staining and freckling. The blued

Lot: 1035 - BSA Martini Falling Block Cadet Rifle

serial #P61335, 22 LR, 29" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 70% original blue with scattered fading to brown, silvering and freckling. The right side cheekpiece hardwood stock displays a loose fit to the frame but rates

Lot: 1036 - L.C. Smith Field Grade Boxlock Double Shotgun

serial #170927, 16 Ga, 26" barrels choked modified and improved modified with very good bores that show some scattered light frosting and the left barrel showing perhaps the beginnings of a ring 1/3 of the way down from the muzzle. The frame is

Lot: 1037 - Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Carbine

serial #2037026, 30 WCF, 20" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The action retains 85% original blue with the left side showing some fading to brown and overall scattered light oxidation. The barrel bands, magazine tube and barrel retain 90%

Lot: 1038 - Prussian Model 1809 Potsdam Percussion Musket

.72 Cal, 41" barrel with an oxidized bore. The metal surfaces are a dull brown oxidized patina with a few barrel removal marks at rear and some scattered pitting. The hardwood stock rates good with a repaired break at the wrist, a couple partially

Lot: 1039 - Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine

serial #1796508, 30-30, 20" barrel with bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 95% original blue with multiple light handling marks, several specks of oxidation with some light pitting, and the receiver showing some thinning towards gray in

Lot: 1040 - Italian Model An XIII Flintlock Pistol

.69 caliber, 8" round barrel with a good bore showing scattered light pitting and oxidation. The barrel of this pistol has been lightly cleaned and shows some scattered patches of pinprick pitting and a few small dings. The lock is mostly a dull gray

Lot: 1041 - Remington Model 141 Slide Action Rifle

serial #60509, 35 Rem, 24" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this rifle retain about 94% original blue with some operational wear and toning to brown along the magazine tube, some high edge wear, and some scattered freckling

Lot: 1042 - Winchester Model 1890 Slide Action Rifle

serial #44128, 22 Long, 24" barrel with a good bore showing some pitting and oxidation, but strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this rifle retain about 40% original blue toning to a brownish plum on the barrel, with high edge wear,

Lot: 1043 - Remington Model 1889 Double Hammer Shotgun

serial #58303, 10 ga, 30" barrels with good bores showing some scattered oxidation and light pitting throughout. The metal surfaces of this shotgun have toned to a mottled dark gray patina overall, with some areas of cleaned pinprick pitting,

Lot: 1044 - Custom Remington Model 1903 Sporter Bolt Action

serial #3313778, 30-06, 21" military barrel with a very good bore which shows frosting within the grooves. The metal surfaces retain about 98% later, buffed hot immersion blue finish. The rifle is stocked Monte Carlo style in American black walnut

Lot: 1045 - Custom Springfield Armory Model 1903 Sporter Bolt

serial #857544, 30-06, 24" 6-42 dated barrel with a very good bore which shows frosting within the grooves, nearer the breech. The barreled action retains about 98% original dark gray parkerized finish, the bottom metal appears to be re-parkerized

Lot: 1046 - Custom Remington Model 1903 Sporter Bolt Action

serial #4147271, 30-06, 22 1/2" sporter contoured barrel with a bright excellent two groove bore. The barreled action retains about 97% buffed hot immersion blue finish while the bottom metal is primarily a dull gray patina. The rifle has been

Lot: 1047 - Remington Model 8 Semi-Auto Rifle

serial #51934, 30 Remington, 22" barrel with a bright very good bore that shows some minor frosting. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue with some high edge wear and areas toning to pewter primarily on the underside of the receiver and

Lot: 1048 - Smith & Wesson K-22 Masterpiece Hand Ejector

serial #K291717, 22 LR, 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1957-made revolver retains about 80% factory blue with moderate edge wear, a few scattered oxidation blemishes, a few dings on the frontstrap, fine scratches on the frame from light

Lot: 1049 - Smith & Wesson Model 38 Military & Police Double

serial #C115193, 38 Spl, 6" pinned barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this 5-screw post-war pre-model 10 revolver retain 98% original blue with some minor thinning toward brown on the gripstrap, a little scattered light

Lot: 1050 - Savage Model 99G Lever Action Rifle

serial #320820, 300 Savage, 24" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain around 40-50% original blue, the balance being a mottled brown with area of sparse light surface oxidation and staining present throughout. There are a few light

Lot: 1051 - Savage Model 99G Lever Action Rifle

serial #246587, 300 Savage, 24" barrel with a near excellent, lightly freckled bore. The metal surfaces retain about 97-98% of a commercially applied blue finish the covers some areas of light pitting and other handling marks. The lever retains most

Lot: 1052 - Savage Model 99G Lever Action Rifle

serial #241704, 30-30, 20" barrel with a very good, lightly pitted bore. The barrel retains about 60% original blue that is toning to brown and the balance fading to gray. The remaining metal surfaces are overall a mottled gray and there are areas of

Lot: 1053 - Savage Model 99F Lever Action Rifle

serial #949279, 308 Win, 22" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95% original blue that is toning to brown and mixing with speckled light surface oxidation. The lever has remnants of the original factory case colors,

Lot: 1054 - U.S. M1 Carbine by Inland Division

serial #6330421, 30 Carbine, 18" Inland barrel dated "10-44" with a very good bore that is mostly bright but has some light pitting and oxidation toward the muzzle. The metal surfaces retain about 95% of an arsenal parkerized finish with light edge

Lot: 1055 - Thompson Center Contender Break Action Carbine

serial #452338, 22 K Hornet, 24" heavy custom shop barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98-99% original blue with some light handling marks throughout and have a few areas of very light surface oxidation. The frame

Lot: 1056 - Smith & Wesson Airweight Military & Police Hand

serial #C236447, 38 Special, 2" barrel with an excellent bore. This early production revolver has a matching aluminum cylinder. The gun retains about 95% factory blue and anodized finishes with most of the loss due to high edge wear, topstrap

Lot: 1057 - Smith & Wesson Model 1903 32 Hand Ejector Revolver

serial #30695, 32 S&W Long, 3 1/4" barrel with a frosted bore. This first change (second model) revolver retains about 90% factory nickel plate with oxidation blemishes around the cylinder and window, freckling on the frame, limited flaking and

Lot: 1058 - Colt Second Generation Model 1851 Navy Percussion

serial #29414S, .36 cal., 7 1/2" octagon barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces rate near excellent with scattered light handling marks and a faint turn ring on the cylinder. The smooth walnut factory grips rate near excellent

Lot: 1059 - Colt Second Generation 1st Model Dragoon

serial #27409, .44 cal., 7 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The barrel and cylinder retain about 99% blue with a light turn ring. The frame, loading lever and hammer retain bold case-hardened colors with a few minor operational marks on the

Lot: 1060 - Walther P99 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #463242, 40 S&W, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% original black finish and the olive drab polymer frame rates excellent. The pistol features windage adjustable three dot sights, top of the slide

Lot: 1061 - U.S. Model 1917 Revolver By Smith & Wesson

serial #72443, 45 ACP / AR, 5 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This revolver has an arsenal grade re-applied blue finish with about 85% remaining. There is light high edge wear and a few handling marks but most of the loss is to portions of the

Lot: 1062 - Colt Second Generation Model 1862 Pocket Navy

serial #48100, .36 cal., 5 1/2" octagon barrel with an excellent bore. This beautiful "F" series revolver retains about 99% original blue finish with no visible turn ring on the cylinder. The grip frame retains 99% silver plate that is starting to

Lot: 1063 - Colt Second Generation Model 1862 Pocket Police

serial #53793, .36 cal., 5 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore exhibiting a few minor tool marks. This lovely "F" series revolver retains about 99% original blue finish with no visible turn ring on the cylinder. The grip frame retains 99% silver plate

Lot: 1064 - Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #57225, 25 ACP, 2 1/8" barrel with a slightly frosted bore. This 1911 made pistol retains about 95% original blue finish with most of the loss to the grip safety, high edge wear and handling marks. The case-hardened colors on the grip safety

Lot: 1065 - Colt Second Generation Model 1862 Pocket Navy

serial #58270, .36 cal., 5 1/2" octagon barrel with an excellent bore. This "F" series revolver retains about 99% original blue finish with no visible turn ring on the cylinder. The grip frame retains 99% silver plate with light tarnish on the butt.

Lot: 1066 - Colt Second Generation Model 1862 Pocket Navy

serial #56713, .36 cal., 5 1/2" octagon barrel with an excellent bore. This "F" series revolver retains about 99% original blue finish with just a hint of a turn ring on the cylinder. The grip frame retains 99% silver plate with very light tarnish.

Lot: 1067 - Ruger Old Army Percussion Revolver

serial #145-37811, .45 cal., 7 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless surfaces rate near excellent with light scratches and a turn ring on the cylinder. The smooth factory walnut grips with silver Ruger Phoenix medallions rate very good to

Lot: 1068 - High Standard U.S. Contract Model H-D Semi-Auto

serial #112588, 22 LR, 4 1/2" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 80% original blue finish with the grip frame worn to brown; the barrel is a mix of pewter, brown and blue plus scattered light handling marks,

Lot: 1069 - High Standard Presentation Model Deringer

serial #SP341, 22 Magnum, 3 1/2" barrel with excellent bores. The metal surfaces retain about 99% silver plate with a few light scratches and handling marks. The faux black mother-of-pearl "pearlite" grips rate excellent. The pistol includes the wood

Lot: 1070 - Colt Cobra Double Action Revolver

serial #76123LW, 38 Special, 2" tapered barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1958-manufactured revolver retain about 80% factory blue and anodized finishes with most of the loss to the grip frame and triggerguard which have toned

Lot: 1071 - Colt Cobra Double Action Revolver

serial #97582LW, 38 Special, 4" tapered barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1960 manufactured revolver retain about 90% factory blue and anodized finishes with high edge wear, light handling marks, oxidation blemishes, pitting

Lot: 1072 - Smith & Wesson Model 15-3 Combat Masterpiece

serial #3K20981, 38 Special, 4" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 96% factory blue with high edge wear, scattered scratches, a few oxidation blemishes and a turn ring on the cylinder. The replacement black rubber

Lot: 1073 - Colt Woodsman Match Target Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #3156-S, 22 LR, 6" full lug heavy barrel with an excellent bore. This 1948 made 2nd series pistol retains about 90% plus factory blue with high edge wear, backstrap thinned to pewter and scattered light scratches. The factory grips have been

Lot: 1074 - Remington Model 51 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #PA23560, 380 ACP, 3 1/2" barrel with minor frosting. The metal surfaces retain about 90% plus factory blue with high edge wear, backstrap worn to smoky gray, scratches and oxidation blemishes. The safety and magazine catch still have

Lot: 1075 - Colt Second Generation Model 1848 1st Model

serial #26391, .44 cal., 7 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. This "F" series revolver retains about 99% blue with a few light scratches and a faint turn ring on the cylinder. The case-hardened colors on the frame, loading lever assembly and hammer

Lot: 1076 - Smith & Wesson Model 60 Chiefs Special Revolver

serial #AEV5412, 38 Special, 3" heavy barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces rate about excellent with a few scattered light scratches and a turn ring on the cylinder. The smooth combat trigger and standard hammer retain full

Lot: 1077 - Smith & Wesson Model 17-3 K-22 Masterpiece

serial #5K10725, 22 LR, 8 3/8" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 96% factory finish with light high edge wear, turn ring on the recessed cylinder plus lightly cleaned areas of pitting and oxidation blemishes on the

Lot: 1078 - Smith & Wesson .38 Regulation Police Hand Ejector

serial #9503, 4" barrel with a lightly frosted bore. This early Regulation Police retains about 95% factory nickel plate with most of the loss due to scattered oxidation blemishes on the frame and cylinder. Additionally, there is limited high edge

Lot: 1079 - Ruger New Model Super Single Six SSM Revolver

serial #650-32603, 32 H&R Magnum, 4 5/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely little six gun retains about 99% factory blue and anodized finishes with a light turn ring on the cylinder. The smooth hardwood grips with silver Ruger Phoenix

Lot: 1080 - Colt Cobra Revolver

serial #1655-LW, 38 Special, 4" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces of this 1951 made revolver retain about 98% blue and anodized finishes with light high edge wear, a few scratches, a turn ring on the cylinder and the frame toning to

Lot: 1081 - Colt Police Positive Target Model Revolver

serial #14957, 22 W.R.F., 6" barrel with an excellent bore. This 1916-made first issue target revolver retains about 90% factory blue with high edge wear, scattered scratches, minor freckling, turn ring on the cylinder and the backstrap toning to a

Lot: 1082 - Colt Woodsman Target Model Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #87028, 22 LR, 6 5/8" barrel with an excellent bore. This first series 1933-made pistol retains about 95% factory blue with light high edge wear, handling marks, backstrap worn to pewter / brown and a few minor oxidation stains. The checkered

Lot: 1083 - German Model 1883 Reichsrevolver by C.G.H. Suhl

serial #1578l, 11mm German Ordnance, 4 5/8" barrel with light frosting exhibiting slight wear around the muzzle from cleaning. The metal surfaces are oxidized to brown and bronze color with scattered light pitting and oxidation blemishes. The smooth

Lot: 1084 - French Percussion Coach Pistol by Roguet

.68 cal., 7" smooth bore barrel with and oxidized and lightly pitted bore. The metal surfaces are a mix of in-the-white metal with freckling, oxidation blemishes and pitting. The brass buttcap, triggerguard and nosecap are an even ochre with light

Lot: 1085 - Colt Third Generation Model 1847 Walker Percussion

serial #6772, .44 cal., 9" barrel with an excellent bore. This "Signature Series" revolver retains about 98% factory blue with a few scattered light scratches and the case-hardened colors on the frame, hammer and loading lever rate excellent. The

Lot: 1086 - Colt Second Generation Model 1847 Walker

serial #4093, .44 cal., 9" barrel with an excellent bore. This revolver retains about 99% factory blue with a few minor handling marks and the case-hardened colors on the frame, hammer and loading lever rate excellent. The brass triggerguard straps

Lot: 1087 - Smith & Wesson Model 1903 .32 Hand Ejector

serial #176419, 32 S&W Long, 3 1/4" barrel with an excellent bore. This lovely 5th change revolver retains about 97% factory blue with light oxidation stains on the cylinder and frame in addition to a light turn ring. The standard hammer and

Lot: 1088 - Engraved Smith & Wesson No. 1 Third Issue Tip-Up

serial #79306, 22 RF, 3 3/16" barrel with a lightly frosted bore. The metal surfaces have about 75% coverage of New York style loose scroll engraving by an unknow artisan exhibiting punch-dot shading and a few geometric designs on the backstrap. The

Lot: 1089 - High Standard Flite King LW-100 Semi-Auto Pistol

serial #442412, 22 Short, 4 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The pistol retains about 98% blue and anodized finishes with a few light handling marks and limited high edge wear. The checkered brown thumb rest synthetic grips with High Standard

Lot: 1090 - Colt Second Generation Model 1847 Walker

serial #12135, .44 cal., 9" barrel with a near excellent bore exhibiting a very small lightly oxidized and pinprick pitted section. This big horse pistol retains about 99% factory finishes with a few tiny scratches on the blue barrel, backstrap and

Lot: 1091 - Smith & Wesson Model 66-1 Combat Magnum Revolver

serial #69K5872, 357 Magnum, 4" pinned barrel with an excellent bore. The stainless steel surfaces of this retired Newington N.H. Police Department revolver rate very good to excellent with scattered light scratches and a turn ring on the recessed

Lot: 1092 - Smith & Wesson 32 Regulation Police Hand Ejector

serial #261837, 32 S&W Long, 4 1/4" barrel with a lightly oxidized and pitted bore. The metal surfaces of this pre-war hand ejector retain about 98% factory blue with light wear at the muzzle, turn ring on the cylinder and a few minor handling

Lot: 1093 - Smith & Wesson No. 1 Second Issue Tip-Up Revolver

serial #90134, 22 Short, 3 3/16" barrel with a frosted bore. The metal surfaces retain about 60% factory blue and silver plate finishes. The barrel is predominately smoky gray with strong streaks of factory blue in the protected areas along with

Lot: 1094 - Ruger New Model Blackhawk Convertible Revolver

serial #35-48335, 357 Magnum / 9mm, 6 1/2" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces, including the spare cylinder, retain about 99% factory blue and anodized finishes with a turn ring on both cylinders and a few scattered light scratches.

Lot: 1095 - Ruger New Model Bisley Super Single Six Revolver

serial #650-17139, 32 H&R Magnum, 4 5/8" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 98% factory blue and anodized finishes with a light turn ring on the cylinder, scattered light scratches and limited minor edge wear. The

Lot: 1096 - Smith & Wesson Model 10-7 Military & Police

serial #12D5906, 38 Special, 2" barrel with an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 99% factory blue with minor edge wear and a turn ring on the cylinder. The smooth combat trigger and standard hammer retain bold case-hardened colors with

Lot: 1097 - Marlin Model 1875 No. 32 Standard Pocket Tip-Up

serial #2825, 32 RF Long, 3" barrel with an excellent bore. This revolver retains about 85% factory nickel plate with scattered oxidation blemishes, pinprick pitting and handling marks. The hammer is mostly gray with hints of case-hardened colors

Lot: 1098 - Colt New Police Revolver

serial #27334, 32 Colt New Police, 4" barrel with a few pits and oxidation blemishes in the bore. The metal surfaces of this 1904-made revolver retain about 95% factory blue with high edge wear, scratches and a few oxidation blemishes. The hammer and

Lot: 1099 - Smith & Wesson No. 1 Second Issue Tip-Up Revolver

serial #84655, 22 RF, 3 3/16" with a partially frosted bore. The barrel is thinning to a mix of blue and purple. The cylinder is a mix of brown and pewter while the frame retains about 96% factory silver plate with edge wear. These surfaces also




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