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Auctioneer Pook & Pook, Inc., Auctioneers and Appraisers (610) 2694040
Auction Date Nov 18 Auction
Location
463 East Lancaster Ave
Downingtown, PA
Time 10:00AM
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1.         Springfield US model 1808 flintlock musket, .69 caliber, the lock inscribed US Springfield 1811, the barrel inscribed US with VP and eagle head proofs, the butt plate stamped 1811, with a walnut stock, 44" barrel.       Est. $1,000-1,500

 

2.         British Brown Bess India pattern musket, .75 caliber, having a Tower inscribed lock with GR crown, proof marks on barrel and tang, brass trigger guard, butt plate and nose cap, MS inspector mark on left side of stock, 39" barrel.          Est. $400-800

 

3.         India pattern 3rd model Brown Bess musket, approximately .75 caliber, with British proofs on barrel, the lock with crown GR mark, 39" barrel. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $400-800

 

4.         Rare untouched Revolutionary War Brown Bess Long Land pattern musket, .80 caliber, the lock inscribed Wilets 1761, with crown mark, the barrel inscribed with a crown over GR, over a broad arrow proof mark and 10 under a star, having a brass domed side plate with tail, the original walnut stock is carved E. T. 1778 on the right side and CB on the left side, shield shaped escutcheon behind upper tang, retains what appears to be the original wood ramrod, 59" barrel. This gun descended through the original family in Rumson, New Jersey, there are two very similar guns at the Fort Ticonderoga museum where they refer to them as wall guns. Sold with a folder of copied papers in regards to Edmund D. Thomas of New Jersey who was mustered as a private in Capt. Bloomfield's Company, Third Battalion, November 25th, 1775; cadet - ditto, as an Ensign, Capt. Dickerson's Company, ditto, July 19th, 1776; ensign, Capt. Dickerson's Company, Third Battalion, Second Establishment, November 29th,         Est. $10,000-15,000

 

5.         British triangular socket bayonet, with a broad arrow, crown over 19 proof, 17" blade and 4" socket. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.      Est. $100-200

 

6.         Early socket bayonet, stamped 569 on blade 20 7/8" l. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.          Est. $200-300

 

7.         R. Johnson model 1814 US flintlock rifle, .54 caliber, the lock inscribed US R. Johnson, the barrel with P US inspector marks, the left side of the stock with inspector cartouche, having a straight walnut stock with ovoid patch box and cheek rest, 33 1/2" octagonal to round barrel.         Est. $2,000-3,000

 

8.         N. P. Ames US Navy 1842 "Box lock" model percussion pistol, .54 caliber, the lock inscribed USN 1845 N. P. Ames Springfield Mass., the barrel inscribed USN 1845 RPP, has a strong JL inspector cartouche on the left side of walnut stock, a second cartouche on the left side near barrel and an R stamp on stock just above trigger guard, swivel ramrod, one of approximately 2000 produced, 6" barrel.  Est. $1,200-1,600

 

9.         US model 1842 Johnson percussion pistol, .54 caliber, US over WN over P barrel proof, tang inscribed 1853, the lock inscribed US I. N. Johnson 1853, with walnut stocks, 8 1/2" barrel.          Est. $400-600

 

10.       Springfield US model 1842 percussion musket, .69 caliber, the lock inscribed Springfield 1851, the barrel with VP proofs, the tang dated 1844, with walnut stock, 40" barrel.   Est. $800-1,200

 

11.       British brass barreled percussion blunderbuss, with 1 1/4" bore, three proofs on barrel, flip bayonet, and 14" octagonal to round flared barrel with a wedding band.     Est. $1,000-1,500

 

12.       French iron barrel flintlock blunderbuss, 2" bore, barrel with five proof marks, 19" octagonal to round flared barrel with wedding band.         Est. $1,000-1,500

 

13.       French M1816 foot artillery sword, with feather grip, stamped 112 R D on cross guard, 18 1/4" blade length. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.         Est. $200-400

 

14.       Napoleon Waterloo type saber, the guard stamped A. M. XVII 366, having a grooved leather wrapped grip, the blade stamped 377, 32 1/2" blade. Est. $500-700

 

15.       Exceptional pair of French silver mounted flintlock pistols, approximately .60 caliber, having profuse foliate scroll engraving covering entire stock, the trigger guard with illegible hallmarks, two position folding leaf sight, embossed and etched floral and shell decoration, heavily embossed flared butt caps, the scroll engraved barrel inscribed Canon Tordu Seretoffe?, the lock is stamped A St. Etienne, with faux ramrods, 8 3/4" swamped octagonal barrel.         Est. $3,000-5,000

 

16.       European flintlock double screw barrel side by side flintlock pistol, approximately .32 caliber with bag grips, 2 1/2" turned barrels.          Est. $200-300

 

17.       British screw barrel flintlock pistol, .45 caliber, the lock inscribed Wheatcroft, with brass trigger guard and butt cap, unusual incised pattern grips, 4 1/4" banded round barrel.         Est. $300-500

 

18.       European flintlock horse pistol, approximately .78 caliber with walnut stock,  iron mount and butt cap, 11 1/8" barrel.      Est. $300-400

 

19.       European flintlock pistol, approximately .48 caliber, with safety, having a engraved box lock, finely checkered grips stamped no. 73, 2 1/2" octagonal to round screw barrel.     Est. $200-300

 

20.       European flintlock pistol, approximately .50 caliber, having a relief carved stock, brass trigger guard, side plate and butt cap, 7 5/8" fluted to round barrel. Est. $500-700

 

21.       European flintlock pistol, approximately .62 caliber, having illegible proof marks on barrel, the lock stamped indistinctly, with relief carved stock with silvered open work side plate, escutcheon and grotesque mask butt cap, 7" cannon barrel.    Est. $300-500

 

22.       British flintlock pistol, approximately .62 caliber, with proof marked brass barrel stamped WG and London on the barrel flat, the lock inscribed Hurst, having a silvered openwork side plate, escutcheon and grotesque mask butt cap, 8 1/4" barrel.    Est. $800-1,200

 

23.       Flintlock pistol, approximately .60 caliber, having a brass barrel inscribed London with British proof marks and a checkered grip, 8 3/4" barrel. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $100-200

 

24.       Hodgson & Co. box lock flintlock double barrel pistol, approximately .46 caliber, with barrel selector lever, scroll engraved lock, walnut bag grips, 3" l.   Est. $400-600

 

25.       Small European flintlock pistol, approximately .38 caliber, the lock inscribed VRML Loermel, with relief carved stock, with a bird head at the butt, 3 1/4" half fluted barrel.     Est. $200-300

 

26.       Belgian flintlock military pistol, approximately .65 caliber, barrel leige proofs, pinned barrel, hardwood stocks, lanyard ring on brass butt cap, 9" barrel.   Est. $300-500

 

27.       Pair of Belgian flintlock pistols, approximately .68 caliber, having carved walnut stocks with polished steel mounts, monogramed crown and shaped shield escutcheons, 11 1/2" octagonal to round barrels. Est. $1,500-2,500

 

28.       Scarce P. S. Justice pinned percussion musket, .60 caliber, second type, with lock and barrel inscribed P. S. Justice Philada, the lock with eagle, the tang is inscribed B10, walnut stock with simple brass patch box, brass butt plate and trigger guard, folding two leaf rear sight, 40" barrel with bayonet lug.    Est. $2,500-3,000

 

29.       US Springfield model 1847 percussion artillery musketoon, .69 caliber, the lock inscribed Springfield 1854 US, with eagle, the barrel with VP eagle head proof, the tang dated 1854, with a straight walnut stock, 26" barrel.        Est. $2,500-3,000

 

30.       Springfield US model 1855 percussion rifle-musket, .58 caliber, with Maynard tape primer, the lock inscribed US Springfield 1858, with eagle, the barrel with VP eagle head proof marks, the tang inscribed B60, left side of walnut stock with inspector cartouche, US marked butt plate, long range rear sight with long leaf, 40" barrel.   Est. $2,000-2,500

 

31.       Double barrel percussion rifle, .50 caliber, ca. 1860, with checkered walnut pistol grip stock, 28 1/2" barrels. Est. $500-700

 

32.       Pennsylvania tiger maple percussion long rifle, approximately .52 caliber, with set trigger, the lock stamped Warranted, having an open work brass patch box with numerous silver inlays, including a rooster, fish, crescent moons, etc., 43 1/2" octagonal barrel. Est. $800-1,200

 

33.       Springfield model 1847 "Sappers and Miners" percussion musketoon, .69 caliber, with bayonet in leather scabbard, the lock stamped Spring Field 1847, with eagle, the barrel with VP eagle head proof, having an inspector cartouche on left wrist, straight walnut stock, one of 830 produced, the bayonet with fish scale grip, the Ames marked ricasso stamped US ADK 1855 on opposing side, 26" barrel.            Est. $3,500-4,500

 

34.       Heavy swivel breech percussion rifle, approximately .45 rifled caliber over a .45 caliber smoothbore, signed and dated 1872 on barrel flat, back action lock with simple engraving, with oval patch box with engraved hunting scene, tiger maple stock, cheek rest with two silver stag inlays, 34" octagonal barrels. Est. $800-1,200

 

35.       Pennsylvania half stock percussion rifle, approximately .45 caliber, the lock inscribed H. W. Delavan & Co., with tiger maple stock, simple brass patch box, trigger guard and butt plate, 32" octagonal barrel.          Est. $200-400

 

36.       Wm. Craig, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, half stock percussion rifle, approximately .41 caliber, having set triggers, a vibrant tiger maple stock, the lock inscribed Henry Parks Warranted, with brass trigger guard and crescent butt plate, pewter nose cap, 36" octagonal barrel.           Est. $300-500

 

37.       Unusual custom made antique target rifle, .52/56 Spencer caliber, unmarked but appears to be American, with primitive rear sight, hardwood stock with crescent butt plate, 36 1/2" octagonal to round cannon muzzle barrel.   Est. $500-1,000

 

38.       Two half stock percussion rifles, to include one approximately .45 caliber, with set triggers, brass trigger guard and pewter nose cap, 36" octagonal barrel, the other, approximately .38 caliber, with set triggers, brass trigger guard and pewter nose cap, 33 1/2" octagonal barrel. Est. $300-400

 

39.       Percussion half stock rifle, .36 caliber, the lock inscribed Leman, with set triggers, brass trigger guard, and aluminum nose cap and butt plate, 26" octagonal barrel. Est. $100-200

 

40.       Manhattan Arms Co. double barrel side by side percussion shotgun coach gun, 12 gauge, with damascus barrel, engraved receiver and lock plate with pheasant, having a checkered walnut pistol grip stock and a relief butt plate with Diana the huntress scene, 20" barrel.  Est. $600-800

 

41.       Two percussion rifles, to include a half stock long rifle, approximately .45 caliber, which at one time was a well made gun but now is in relic condition, 43" octagonal barrel, the other a back action, percussion half stock fowler, 12 gauge, with brass trigger guard, 35 3/4" octagonal to round barrel.            Est. $50-100

 

42.       Philadelphia or Berks County, Pennsylvania screw tip powder horn, with rope carved plug, 13" l.            Est. $800-1,200

 

43.       York County, Pennsylvania screw tip powder horn, having a chip carved plug with rope carved band, 14 1/2" l.            Est. $500-800

 

44.       Two flat powder horns, one with a screw tip, 11 1/4" l. and 7" l., together with a scrimshaw tooth with whaling scene, 5" l.         Est. $200-300

 

45.       Three Pennsylvania screw tip powder horns, one Lancaster County, Pennsylvania with a rope carved plug, 10 1/2" l., 11" l. and 14" l.         Est. $300-500

 

46.       Three Pennsylvania powder horns, two with rope carved plugs, 10 1/2" l., 11" l. and 12 1/2" l.  Est. $200-400

 

47.       American scrimshaw powder horn, inscribed Badiah Scudder Made 1776, with image of Robin Crusoe with sword and long guns, also inscribed God is my Friend, with scrolls, potted flowers, hearts and a large sail ship, 16 1/2" l. Provenance: a Berks County Estate. Est. $2,000-3,000

 

48.       American decorated hunting horn, 19th c., having a pin decorated stag with three dogs, 15 1/2" l.            Est. $400-600

 

49.       Group of firearm accessories, to include copper powder flask, Kirkland bullet mold, brass bullet mold, stamped A. P. Wood, two iron bullet molds, two powder horns and a shotgun shell reloading tool.     Est. $100-200

 

50.       Group of firearm accoutrements, to include three copper powder flasks, a leather flask, three cap tins etc., all in a walnut box.   Est. $150-250

 

51.       Three powder flasks, to include a Batty embossed copper with Native American Indian and stag, 7 3/4" h., another embossed copper with spread wing eagle and shield, 5 3/4" h., and a leather example, 8 3/4" h. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.    Est. $100-200

 

52.       Belgian percussion pistol, approximately .65 caliber, having an engraved tang, lock plate, trigger and trigger guard, with a checkered grip and a shell form cap box in butt, with Belgian proof on damascus barrel, 7 1/2" octagonal barrel. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.    Est. $200-400

 

53.       French model 1822 conversion percussion pistol, approximately .70 caliber, the lock inscribed MRE Imp St. Etienne, brass mounted, hardwood stock with numerous proofs, regimental marks to left barrel, 7 3/4" barrel.    Est. $300-400

 

54.       British, Durs Egg made percussion horse pistol, approximately .69 caliber, converted from flintlock, with London proofed barrel, lock inscribed D. Egg, brass trigger guard, butt cap and thimble, 9" barrel.         Est. $400-600

 

55.       English percussion horse pistol, approximately .68 caliber, with walnut stock, brass butt cap and trigger guard, 14" octagonal to round barrel. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $200-300

 

56.       Seaver Deringer type percussion pistol, .54 caliber, the barrel flat inscribed Seaver, with nicely scrolled engraved lock, tang and trigger guard, checkered walnut bird head grips, the shield escutcheon inscribed Guy Smith, 5 1/2" barrel. See The Deringer in America by Wilson & Eberhart, page 114.         Est. $1,500-2,000

 

57.       Three single shot percussion pistols, to include a floral engraved pistol, .38 caliber, with folding trigger and bag grips, 2" barrel, a Belgian folding trigger pistol, approximately .38 caliber, with checkered bag grips and 5 1/4" flared muzzle barrel, and an unmarked iron frame pistol, .31 caliber, with bag grips, 3 1/2" octagonal to round barrel.       Est. $200-300

 

58.       Redfern London bar hammer single shot pistol, approximately .62 caliber, with scroll floral engraving and checkered walnut bag grips, 2 5/8" barrel. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.  Est. $400-600

 

59.       Allen & Wheelock bar hammer pepperbox pistol, approximately .32 caliber, with walnut bag grips, 3 1/2" Worcester marked barrels.       Est. $300-500

 

60.       Allen & Wheelock bar hammer percussion single shot pistol, .36 caliber, with bag grips, 3" octagonal to round screw barrel. SN 1044     Est. $200-300

 

61.       British Rich Hollis percussion muff pistol, .31 caliber, with screw barrel, foliate engraved receiver, finely checkered walnut bag grips, 1 1/2" barrel.       Est. $200-300

 

62.       J. W. Bury, London percussion box lock pistol, approximately .42 caliber, with spring bayonet, safety and scroll engraved lock, 2 1/2" barrel. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $200-300

 

63.       Two Belgian double barrel percussion pistols, one approximately .44 caliber with bag grips and 3 1/2" round barrels, the other approximately .52 caliber with hardwood grips, 5" round barrels.      Est. $100-200

 

64.       Two percussion pistols, to include a European double barrel over and under pistol, approximately .36 caliber, with 3 1/2" barrels, the other a Belgian single shot pistol, approximately .41 caliber, with folding flip bayonet, and bag grips, 5" octagonal barrel.        Est. $200-400

 

65.       British single shot percussion pistol, approximately .44 caliber, having a scroll engraved box lock and trigger guard, checkered walnut bag grips, 2 3/4" octagonal barrel.       Est. $200-300

 

66.       German double barrel side by side pinfire pistol, .38 caliber, with one piece hardwood grips, 4" barrels. SN 108,49      Est. $100-200

 

67.       Two single shot percussion pistols, to include a Belgian example, .38 caliber, with brass barrel and frame, bag grips, and 2" octagonal cannon muzzle barrel, the second, .32 caliber with spur trigger and bag grips, 4" round screw barrel.        Est. $200-300

 

68.       Belgian single shot Parlor pistol, .22 caliber, with scroll engraved frame, hammer and trigger guard, walnut bag grips, and 4 1/4" octagonal barrel.           Est. $200-300

 

69.       Two Belgian single shot percussion pistols, to include one .45 caliber with bag grips and 2 1/2" round barrel, the other is approximately .41 caliber with bag grips and 3 1/2" octagonal barrel.      Est. $200-300

 

70.       Belgian brass barrel percussion pistol, approximately .38 caliber, with walnut bag grips, 2" octagonal barrel.          Est. $150-250

 

71.       Belgian percussion single shot pistol, approximately .44 caliber, with engraved box lock, checkered bag grips, 3 3/4" octagonal barrel.      Est. $200-300

 

72.       Two Belgian percussion pistols, the first approximately .57 caliber, with scroll engraved box lock, trigger guard and tang, walnut grips, 3 1/4" barrel, the other approximately .42 caliber, with walnut grips, 3 5/8" barrel.     Est. $200-300

 

73.       Belgian double barrel pinfire pistol, approximately .58 caliber, with engraved box lock, folding triggers and checkered walnut grips, 5 1/2" octagonal barrel.            Est. $200-300

 

74.       European single shot percussion pistol, approximately .45 caliber, with scroll engraved hammer, lock and trigger guard, finely checkered walnut stock with a relief carved shell at the foreword portion and butt is flared, adjustable trigger, 9" octagonal barrel.      Est. $300-500

 

75.       European four shot pepperbox pistol, approximately .31 caliber, with checkered grips, spur trigger, 3 1/4" barrels. No serial number.        Est. $200-400

 

76.       Two spur trigger single shot pistols, to include a J. Stevens & Company tip up pistol, .22 caliber, with rosewood grips, and 3 1/2" octagonal to round barrel. SN 25808, and an Eclipse side swing nickel plated derringer, .22 caliber. with walnut bird head grips, 2 1/2" barrel. SN 5097   Est. $200-300

 

77.       Sharps model 1B pepperbox, .22 caliber with side release and walnut grips, 2 1/2" barrels. SN 1593            Est. $200-300

 

78.       Sharps model 4 pepperbox pistol, .32 rimfire caliber, with side release and hardwood grips, 2 1/2" barrels. SN 1791         Est. $200-300

 

79.       Merrimack Arm Southerner spur trigger derringer, .41 rimfire caliber with rosewood grips, 2 1/2" side swing octagonal barrel. SN 1547            Est. $200-300

 

80.       Two brass frame single shot, percussion boot pistols, with spur triggers, to include a Hero MFAC, approximately .36 caliber with 2" screw barrel, and a European pistol, approximately .32 caliber, with one-piece brass frame and barrel, 3" barrel. SN 677  Est. $200-300

 

81.       Merrimack Arms Southerner brass frame side swing Derringer pistol, approximately .41 rimfire caliber, with walnut grips, 2 3/8" barrel. SN 1577     Est. $200-300

 

82.       Sharps model 1A four barrel pepperbox pistol, .22 caliber, with brass frame, walnut grips, 2 1/2" barrels. SN 23577       Est. $300-400

 

83.       Allen & Thurber bar hammer six shot pepperbox pistol, .32 caliber, with scroll engraved frame, walnut bag grips, 3 1/4" barrels.         Est. $300-500

 

84.       Allen and Thurber single shot boot pistol, approximately .36 caliber, with walnut bag grips, 3" octagonal to round barrel. SN 959      Est. $150-250

 

85.       Frank Wesson superposed medium frame two barrel pistol, .32 rimfire caliber with brass frame and bird head rosewood grips, 2 1/2" octagonal barrels. No serial number.  Est. $200-400

 

86.       Allen & Thurber Worchester nickel plated bar hammer percussion pepperbox pistol, .32 caliber with bag grips, 5" octagonal barrels.   Est. $200-400

 

87.       Colt no. 2 Derringer pistol, .41 rimfire caliber, with scroll engraved frame, checkered walnut bird head grips, 2 1/4" barrel. SN 5893     Est. $400-600

 

88.       Sharps model 1A four shot pepperbox pistol, .22 caliber, with walnut grips and spur trigger, 2 1/2" barrels. SN 510           Est. $200-300

 

89.       Two side swing spur trigger single shot pistols, to include a brass frame pistol, .22 caliber, with rosewood grips, 3 1/2" octagonal barrel. SN 137 The other is a nickel plated boot pistol, .22 caliber, with bird head walnut grips, 2 1/2" barrel.     Est. $200-300

 

90.       Outstanding Winchester model 1866 lever action saddle ring carbine, .44 rimfire caliber, third model, ca. 1870, having a straight walnut stock, brass receiver and crescent butt plate with nice warm deep golden patina, two leaf folding rear sight, all matching serial numbers appear on the lower tang, upper inside channel of the butt stock as well as inside of the butt plate, 20" barrel with full length magazine tube. SN 47343 This "yellow boy" model 1866 was the first gun produced bearing the Winchester name.       Est. $15,000-25,000

 

91.       Outstanding Winchester model 1876 lever action rifle, .45/60 caliber, third model, ca. 1884, having a straight walnut stock with correct rear ladder sight, stamped 1876, retaining a Winchester factory letter confirming rifle configuration, 28" octagonal barrel with full length tubular magazine. SN 48435 An excellent example of a centennial model Winchester.      Est. $8,000-12,000

 

92.       High condition Winchester model 1890 slide action takedown rifle, .22 short caliber, ca. 1896, third model having a case colored frame, straight walnut stock with crescent butt plate, tube feed magazine, 24" octagonal barrel. SN 39602    Est. $3,000-3,500

 

93.       Marlin model 1881 deluxe lever action rifle, .40-60 caliber, with case hardened lever and trigger, checkered walnut semi-pistol grip stock, 28" octagonal barrel with full length tubular magazine. SN 19806  Est. $3,500-4,000

 

94.       Scarce Perry Patent Arms Co. percussion breechloading saddle ring carbine, .54 caliber, ca. 1857, with removable tubular primer magazine in butt stock, straight walnut stock, 21" barrel.      Est. $3,000-3,500

 

95.       Excellent US Springfield model 1864 rifled musket, .58 caliber, the lock inscribed US Springfield 1864, with eagle, the barrel with VP eagle proof and dated 1863, two leaf rear sight, case colored hammer with checkered shield, left side of stock with ESA and MTH cartouches, 40" barrel.         Est. $2,000-2,500

 

96.       Whitneyville Connecticut Contract model 1861 musket, .58 caliber, the lock inscribed Whitneyville, with eagle over a panoply of flags, the barrel stamped S, straight walnut stock, pewter fore end cap, unmarked butt plate, 40" barrel.            Est. $2,000-2,500

 

97.       Remington US model 1816/1855 Maynard conversion rifle, .69 caliber, the lock inscribed Remington's Illion, N. Y. 1858 US, the barrel inscribed N. J, the tang inscribed 1858, with inspector cartouche on the left walnut stock, 42" barrel.           Est. $1,200-1,600

 

98.       US Springfield model 1861 First Allin conversion rifle-musket, .58 caliber, one of 5000 trapdoor conversions produced, the lock inscribed US Springfield 1862, with eagle, the barrel with 4 and an eagle head proof, two faint cartouches on left walnut stock, 40" barrel.        Est. $2,500-3,000

 

99.       Scarce Sharps and Hankins US Navy Contract cavalry model 1862 saddle ring carbine, .52 caliber, the receiver inscribed with anchor over US, with straight walnut stock, adjustable rear sight, limited production of approximately 1000, 19" barrel. SN 6308       Est. $2,500-3,000

 

100.     Scarce Belgian Henri Pieper seven shot rolling block volley gun, .32 rimfire caliber, with barrel proofs, having a checkered walnut pistol grip stock, with original marked butt plate, these guns saw extensive use by market hunters, 24 1/2" barrel. SN 214       Est. $1,000-2,000

 

101.     Frank Wesson two trigger single shot breech loading rifle, .22 caliber, with nickel plated frame, walnut stock and 24" octagonal barrel. SN6006        Est. $400-600

 

102.     Jenks US Navy mule ear carbine, .54 caliber, barrel inscribed USN over RC over P over 1845, 24 1/4" barrel.      Est. $800-1,000

 

103.     Sharps New Model 1859 Navy contract rifle, .56 caliber, the lock inscribed with the C. Sharps and R. S. Lawrence patents, having a straight walnut stock, folding rear sight, with saber bayonet lug near muzzle, 30" barrel. SN 33949 Est. $5,000-6,000

 

104.     Remington US model 1863 Zouave rifle with bayonet, .58 caliber, the lock inscribed Remington's Ilion N.Y. 1863 US, with eagle, the barrel with VP eagle proof and 1863, also inscribed steel with R. K. A. sub inspector mark, straight walnut stock with brass patch box and butt plate, two leaf rear sight, case hardened lock and hammer, two inspector cartouches on left side of stock, 33" barrel.            Est. $3,000-3,500

 

105.     Enfield pattern 1853 rifled musket, .577 caliber, the lock inscribed Tower 1863, having a walnut stock with brass butt plate, trigger guard and three barrel bands, 39" barrel.            Est. $300-500

 

106.     US model 1861 Bridesburg contract percussion musket, .58 caliber, the lock stamped 1863 US Bridesburg, VP proof marks on barrel, walnut stock, 40" barrel.      Est. $600-800

 

107.     Spencer saddle ring carbine, .52 caliber with rear ladder sights and 22" barrel. SN 91421           Est. $800-1,200

 

108.     Identified Civil War Spencer lever action rifle, .52-56 caliber, with adjustable ladder rear sight, straight walnut stock with magazine tube in the butt plate, this rifle has been identified as having belonged to John A. Weaver, Company G, 8th cavalry, 39th Regiment of Indiana via records of the Adjutant General's Office 30" barrel. SN 8029          Est. $4,000-5,000

 

109.     Scarce J. P. Lindsay US model 1863 double hammer two shot rifle musket, .58 caliber, the barrel inscribed Lindsay patented Oct. 9, 1860, approximately 1000 made in 1863-64, straight walnut stock with ADK inspector cartouche with sub-inspector marks, all metal finished bright, two leaf folding rear sight, US marked buttplate, 41" barrel.    Est. $2,500-3,500

 

110.     Remington rolling block saddle ring carbine, approximately .44 caliber, with two leaf folding rear sight and a 20" barrel. Est. $200-400

 

111.     Identified Millard Fillmore Union Continental (Home Guard) half stock percussion rifle, .58 caliber, bearing an engraved side escutcheon, inscribed Union Continental Wm. B. Beck 1861 M. Fillmore Com'dt, the lock inscribed J. Henry & Son, the barrel flat inscribed P. Smith Buffalo with 65 inscribed on the tang, steel crescent butt plate, with a walnut perch belly stock, two leaf rear sight, 36" barrel.  Est. $5,000-6,000

 

112.     Sharps New model 1859 saddle ring carbine, .52 caliber, the lock with Sharps and Lawrence patents, with walnut stock, 22" barrel. SN C7561     Est. $600-900

 

113.     US Springfield model 1861 musket, .58 caliber, the lock inscribed US Springfield 1862 with eagle, with two leaf rear sight and walnut stock, US market steel butt plate, 40" barrel.     Est. $600-900

 

114.     Burnside fifth model saddle ring carbine, .54 caliber, with cartouche to left wrist, 21" barrel. SN 38228  Est. $800-1,000

 

115.     US Civil War bayonet with scabbard and belt, appears to be a French model 1857 bayonet, with an oval US brass belt plate, together with an iron bullet mold. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.  Est. $100-200

 

116.     US M1862 Zouave sword bayonet, with brass ribbed grip, stamped 970 on guard, 21 3/8" blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.      Est. $200-300

 

117.     Horstmann & Sons Civil War presentation foot officer's sword, inscribed on the quillon Thos. S. Hayes 1st Lt. 5th N. Y. V. V., with wire wrapped leather grip, pierced brass floral guard, faint remains of etching on blade, the scabbard with embossed brass bands with panoply of arms. Thomas S. Hayes was commissioned into H Co. in 1863, and was wounded in 1864 at St. Petersburg, VA., 30" blade length. Est. $2,500-3,000

 

118.     Christopher Roby & Co. Civil War presentation foot officer's sword and scabbard, with acid etched blade having US eagle, arms and foliate scrolls, wire wrapped ray skin grip, pierced floral guard, engraved shield on pommel, the scabbard with ornately engraved brass hardware including eagle and shield engraved tip, the throat is inscribed Presented to Capt. Geo. I Tyson by the members of Company I, 71st Reg't N.G.S.N.Y, July 29th, 1863, this date is a week after the Battle of Bull Run, 32" blade length.         Est. $3,000-4,000

 

119.     Civil War staff and field officer's sword and scabbard, with embossed eagle pommel and guard and grooved wooden grip, 28" blade. Est. $150-200

 

120.     US Civil War Confederate bayonet, possibly Cook & Brothers, New Orleans, Louisiana, the rosewood grip with a brass guard having a single ring, 12 1/8" blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $800-1,200

 

121.     Henry Sauerbier, Newark, New Jersey Civil War presentation sword and scabbard, with wire wrapped leather grip, engraved brass guard and floral etched blade, the scabbard with shield escutcheon, inscribed Presented to Lt. D. Parsley 2nd Ind. Cavalry by the citizens of Brazil Ind., Lt. Demetrius Parsley, Co. G, 2nd Indiana Cavalry, with oak leaf embossed brass hangers, accompanied by copies of muster records, 35" blade length.           Est. $3,000-3,500

 

122.     Collins & Son Civil War presentation staff and field officer's sword and scabbard, with wire wrapped ray skin grip, having an etched US blade with spread wing eagle, the pierced brass floral guard inscribed Presented to Capt. Geo. H Napheys by members of Co. F 25th Reg. C. V., Captain Napheys was commissioned into Co. F in 1862 and was mustered out in Hartford, CT. in 1863, 32" blade length.   Est. $2,500-3,000

 

123.     Ames Mfg. Co. Civil War musicians sword, inscribed US JH 1859, WAJ monogram on knuckle guard, wire wrap grip, 28" blade.       Est. $150-200

 

124.     C. & I. D. Wolfe, New York officer's sword, with eagle head pommel, reeded bone grip, gilt accented engraved blade, inscribed on spine Sold by C. & I. D. Wolfe, New York, 28 1/2" blade.   Est. $400-600

 

125.     Horstmann Bros. & Co., New York cavalry officer's sword and scabbard, with a nicely etched blade with arms panoply, opposing side of blade inscribed K of C, wire wrapped ray skin grip, with a brass guard and pommel, blade length 31 1/2".          Est. $1,500-2,000

 

126.     Unmarked US Starr model 1813 saber with scabbard, with a grooved wood grip, iron guard, 34" blade length.   Est. $1,000-1,500

 

127.     British cavalry sword and scabbard, with ribbed grip and stirrup knuckle guard, stamped with crown over R and crown over W10, blade length approximately 30", together with two other examples without scabbards. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.           Est. $300-400

 

128.     Civil War 35 star American flag, with a two-piece oak pole which is stamped on the ferrule Annin & Co., N. Y., with gilt cast iron eagle finial, having hand stitched stars and seams and brass grommets, the heading stamped S8, 60" x 74".    Est. $2,500-3,000

 

129.     Rare Civil War John Brown pike, with original full length ash shaft, one of approximately 950 contracted by John Brown, this one bearing the serial #669 on the guard as well as the ferrule, 8 3/4" blade, 81 1/4" overall length.  Est. $5,000-6,000

 

130.     Civil War model 1860 Staff and Field officers sword with scabbard, with engraved US blade, embossed eagle and shield guard, 29 1/4" blade.       Est. $100-200

 

131.     Ohio Civil War leather cavalry cartridge box and baldric, with applied brass crossed swords, inscribed A Ohio, 6" w.          Est. $400-600

 

132.     Two Indian Wars CDV's, depicting a full length view with a soldier in uniform holding a trapdoor rifle, inscribed Miller - Aberdeen S. Dak. 6 1/2" x 4 1/4".     Est. $75-150

 

133.     H. W. Oliver, Pittsburgh, PA. Civil War leather cartridge box, with brass oval US box plate and round eagle belt plate, having original tin inserts, 8" w.        Est. $300-400

 

134.     European baldric and leather hide covered cartridge box, probably Belgian, with applied crown, belt with shield and arrow badge with foliate scroll, box - 7 1/2" w. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $200-400

 

135.     French leather baldric and cartridge box, with crossed cannon appliqué surrounded by a brass rim, the sash with crossed cannons on a shield badge as well as a flaming grenade, box - 6 1/2" w. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.      Est. $200-400

 

136.     Group of North and South Carolina, Richmond Confederate paper currency, twenty pieces. Est. $200-400

 

137.     Group of Alabama and Georgia Confederate paper currency, fifteen pieces.    Est. $200-400

 

138.     Two Baker rifle sword bayonets, with ribbed brass grip and guard, one with the blade stamped with a crown over a 2, the back edge of the blade stamped I. Gili, one stamped Woolley & Deakin & Co., 23" blade, together with a WWII German K98 bayonet with scabbard and frog, inscribed S/177G 33, 9 3/4" blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.            Est. $300-400

 

139.     French/Belgian, Auguste Fonson infantry officers sword, stamped with makers information on blade, having a pierced foliate knuckle guard and wood ribbed grip, blade length - 33 1/4". Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.      Est. $200-300

 

140.     Three French Gras St. Etienne bayonets and scabbards, dated 1846, 1878, and 1879, 20 1/2" blade length, together with two French chassepot bayonets and scabbards with ribbed brass grips, dated 1874, 22 3/4" blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.         Est. $200-400

 

141.     British disk hilt heavy cavalry sword and scabbard, the blade engraved with a crown over a double headed eagle, 34 1/2" blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $300-600

 

142.     Martially marked Colt model 1860 Army percussion revolver, .44 caliber, ca. 1862, three screw model, with faint remains of engraving on cylinder, walnut grips with faint cartouche, 8" barrel. SN 78601  Est. $800-1,200

 

143.     Identified Colt model 1851 Navy martially marked revolver, .36 caliber, ca. 1857, with engraved naval battle cylinder scene, with sub-inspector stamps throughout parts and walnut grips, the brass butt strap is inscribed G. Pearson 1860, all visible serial numbers match, 7 1/2" octagonal barrel. SN 67693  Est. $2,500-3,000

 

144.     Colt model 1849 pocket revolver, .31 caliber, with walnut grips, all matching except wedge, 5" octagonal barrel. SN 253448  Est. $800-1,200

 

145.     Remington New Model Army conversion revolver, .44 centerfire caliber, having walnut grips, 8" octagonal barrel. SN 32501    Est. $800-1,200

 

146.     Whitney Navy percussion revolver, .36 caliber, walnut grips, 7 1/2" octagonal barrel. SN illegible.            Est. $500-800

 

147.     Martially marked Whitney Navy conversion revolver, .38 rimfire caliber, with anchor proof on barrel, and walnut grips, 7 1/2" octagonal barrel. SN 26594 Est. $500-800

 

148.     Remington New Model Navy conversion five shot revolver, .38 rimfire caliber, having walnut grips, 3 1/2" octagonal barrel. SN illegible.    Est. $600-800

 

149.     Remington New Model Army percussion revolver, .44 caliber, with faint cartouche on left walnut grip, 8" barrel. Est. $500-800

 

150.     Colt model 1860 Army percussion revolver, .44 caliber, four screw model, all serial numbers match including wedge, with 8" barrel. SN 13335   Est. $800-1,200

 

151.     Colt model 1851 Navy percussion revolver, .36 caliber, ca. 1862, with engraved naval battle scene on cylinder, walnut grips, 7 1/2" octagonal barrel. SN 1231 Est. $500-1,000

 

152.     Colt model 1861 Navy conversion revolver, .38 rimfire caliber, with engraved naval battle cylinder scene, walnut grips, all visible serial numbers match, 7 1/2" barrel. SN 2063          Est. $2,000-2,500

 

153.     E. A. Prescott Civil War presentation pocket model revolver, .30 caliber, inscribed on the top of the receiver Co. A 133rd N. Y. V. to Lieut. B. F. Denton Oct. 7th 1862, having a brass frame with rosewood grips, spur trigger, 4" octagonal barrel. SN 465.   Est. $500-800

 

154.     Colt model 1860 percussion Army revolver, .44 caliber, four screw model, with brass trigger guard, walnut grips, martially marked with sub inspector proofs on frame, cylinder, barrel and trigger guard, 8" barrel. SN 24265    Est. $800-1,200

 

155.     Remington New Model single action percussion revolver, .44 caliber, with brass trigger guard, nickel finish, walnut grips, military sub inspector proofs on frame, trigger guard and barrel, 8" octagonal barrel. Serial number illegible.       Est. $800-1,200

 

156.     1860 Colt Army relic.            Est. $50-75

 

157.     Remington rolling block No 1 full stock military rifle, 7 mm caliber, with walnut stocks, and 30" barrel.  Est. $200-400

 

158.     Springfield US model 1884 trapdoor carbine, .45-60 caliber, with "C" marked Buffington sight and cut rifle stock, 22" barrel. SN 470685            Est. $300-500

 

159.     US Model 1888 Springfield trapdoor rifle, 45-70 caliber, having 18. N. Y. stamped on stock, the top of the stock inscribed 8 N. Y. 381 1168, the left wrist with 1892 inspector cartouche, 35 1/2" barrel. SN 539785 Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.           Est. $300-500

 

160.     US Springfield model 1884 trapdoor rifle, .45-70 caliber, the lock inscribed US Springfield 1878 with eagle, with Buffington rear sight, walnut stock and a US marked butt plate, 36" barrel.          Est. $300-400

 

161.     Stevens Crackshot single shot falling block take down rifle, .22 caliber, with 20" barrel.           Est. $50-100

 

162.     J.P. Clabrough side by side underlever shotgun, 10 gauge with 33" barrel.         Est. $50-100

 

163.     Maynard model 1878 single shot shotgun, 20 gauge, with 30" octagonal to round barrel. SN 3178            Est. $300-500

 

164.     US Model 1888 Springfield trapdoor rifle, 45-70 caliber, the left wrist with 1891 inspector cartouche, with original leather sling, 35 1/2" barrel. SN 518160 Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $300-500

 

165.     Five socket bayonets, to include one US Model 1873 and one Russian Mosin Nagant along with 3 European bayonets, longest - 21 1/2". Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.            Est. $200-300

 

166.     Colt ejector less conversion pocket revolver, .36 rimfire caliber, with walnut grips, 3 1/2" barrel. SN 316525            Est. $800-1,200

 

167.     Colt model 1876 double action revolver, .38 caliber, with ejection lever, rampant colt walnut grips, 5" barrel. SN 10349    Est. $600-800

 

168.     W.L. Grant marked William Uhlinger spur trigger, six shot pocket revolver, .32 rimfire caliber, with rosewood grips, and 5" octagonal barrel. SN 4409        Est. $300-400

 

169.     Bacon Mfg. Co. nickel plated six shot revolver, .31 rimfire caliber, with an engraved frame and walnut grips, 4" octagonal barrel.       Est. $200-300

 

170.     Remington New Model No. 4, nickel plated, five shot revolver, .38 caliber, with spur trigger and hard rubber grips, 2 1/2" barrel.          Est. $200-400

 

171.     Rare Whitneyville No. 2 brass frame six shot revolver, .30 rimfire caliber, with spur trigger and bird head grips, 3 1/2" octagonal barrel. SN 7799     Est. $300-500

 

172.     Whitneyville No. 1 brass frame seven shot revolver, .22 caliber, with spur trigger and bird head grips, 3" octagonal barrel. SN 3485   Est. $100-200

 

173.     J.A. Clark, British made five shot, brass frame revolver, .30 rimfire caliber, with spur trigger, finely checkered walnut grips, 3" octagonal barrel.   Est. $200-400

 

174.     Colt open top seven shot revolver, .22 caliber, with brass frame, walnut bird head grips and spur trigger, 2 3/8" barrel. SN 50446         Est. $200-400

 

175.     Belgian pin fire folding trigger revolver, .32 caliber, 3 1/4" octagonal barrel.  Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.       Est. $100-150

 

176.     Stevens tip-up no. 41 pocket pistol, .22 caliber, with spur trigger, 3 1/2" octagonal to round barrel. SN 29463        Est. $100-150

 

177.     Two J. Stevens A&T Company tip up single shot pistols, to include a nickel frame pocket rifle, .22 caliber, with walnut grips and 6" round blued barrel. SN 24954 C&R, and a nickel frame model No. 41, .22 caliber with 3 1/2" octagonal to round blued barrel. SN 56644 C&R           Est. $200-400

 

178.     Allen & Wheelock center hammer single shot pistol, .32 caliber, with walnut grips, 5" octagonal barrel.  Est. $200-400

 

179.     Two pistols, to include a European six shot, pinfire revolver, approximately .32 caliber, with folding trigger, hardwood grips, and a 3 1/4" barrel, the other a nickel plated blank firing single shot pistol, .22 caliber, with hardwood grips, 2" octagonal to round barrel.  Est. $50-100

 

180.     Three spur trigger revolvers, to include a Dictator No 2 nickel plated five shot, .30 caliber, with walnut bird head grips and 3" barrel, a brass frame seven shot, .22 caliber, with bird head walnut grips, 2 3/4" octagonal barrel, and a W.L. Grant marked William Uhlinger spur trigger, six shot pocket revolver, .22 caliber, with rosewood grips, 5" octagonal barrel. SN 1656     Est. $300-500

 

181.     H&R Victor No 3, nickel plated five shot revolver, .30 caliber, scroll engraved with spur trigger, 2 1/2" barrel.      Est. $50-100

 

182.     Colt US Army model 1917 DA revolver, .45 ACP caliber, with walnut grips and lanyard ring, barrel has been cut to 2 1/2". SN 89074 C&R         Est. $100-200

 

183.     European nickel plated six shot pinfire revolver, approximately .44 caliber, having checkered walnut grips with lanyard ring, 5" octagonal to round barrel.            Est. $200-300

 

184.     Colt 1911 type pistol conversion kit, .22 caliber, early 1950's, floating chamber, retaining the original fitted box with paperwork and outer sleeve. Est. $300-400

 

185.     Colt US Army model 1911 semi-automatic pistol, .45 ACP caliber, manufactured in 1917, with double diamond checkered walnut grips, 5" barrel, together with a US marked G & K 1918 leather holster and belt as well as a web pouch with two two-toned magazines. SN 182338 C&R Est. $800-1,200

 

186.     Colt Super 38 semi-automatic pistol, .38 caliber, ca. 1934, with original two tone magazine, fully checkered walnut grips, retaining the original box with instruction sheet, 5" barrel. SN 17142 C&R            Est. $3,000-5,000

 

187.     Colt model 1911A1 semi-automatic pistol, .45 ACP caliber, made in 1942, with WB proofs, two tone magazine, 5" barrel. SN 832422 C&R          Est. $1,200-1,600

 

188.     Rare Colt model 1911 semi-automatic pistol, .45 ACP caliber, a total of 3386 guns done between April 1924 and December 1953 at Springfield and Augusta Arsenals where "X" numbers were used on lost and recovered firearms that had defaced or unreadable serial numbers, having a checkered hard plastic grips, see Colt 45 Service Pistols by Charles Clawson page 417, 5" barrel. SN X2473 C&R            Est. $1,000-1,500

 

189.     Colt commercial model 1911 semi-automatic pistol, .45 ACP caliber, manufactured in 1923, with double diamond checkered walnut grips and original two tone magazine, retains the original box with cleaning brush and instruction booklet, 5" barrel, SN C133828 C&R          Est. $1,500-2,000

 

190.     Colt US Army model 1911 - 1911 A1 transitional model semi-automatic pistol, .45 ACP caliber, one of 10,000 produced in 1924, with fully checkered walnut grips, having the original two tone magazine, 5" barrel. SN 707825 C&R          Est. $2,000-3,000

 

191.     Colt US Army model 1911-A1 semi-automatic pistol, .45 ACP caliber, with an early blued finish, RS inspector mark on frame, early checkered plastic grips, all matching original firearm shipped April 30th, 1941, 5" barrel. SN 727985 C&R         Est. $3,000-4,000

 

192.     Colt US Army model 1911-A1 semi-automatic pistol, .45 ACP caliber, pre-war with blued finish and original fully checkered walnut grips, CSR inspector mark on frame, shipped December 27th, 1940 to Springfield Armory, see Colt 45 Service Pistols by Charles Clawson page 396, 5" barrel. SN 721090 C&R  Est. $3,000-4,000

 

193.     Colt Ace pre-war semi-automatic pistol, .22 LR caliber, ca. 1937, with checkered walnut grips, adjustable sights and original two tone magazine, retaining the original box with test target, sight adjustment tool, hang tag, instruction sheet and cleaning brush, 5" barrel. SN 7833 C&R  Est. $2,000-3,000

 

194.     Rare US Marine Corps decommissioned Colt M45A1 semi-automatic pistol, .45 ACP caliber, close quarter battle pistol, with a desert tan Cerakote finished stainless steel slide and receiver, MIL- STD-1911 Picatinny accessory rail, National Match barrel, front and rear slide serrations, a long solid aluminum trigger, enhanced hammer, an upswept beavertail grip safety with palm swell, a Colt ambidextrous safety lock, flat serrated stainless mainspring housing with lanyard loop, Novak 3 dot night sights and desert camouflage G10 composite stocks, with Wilson Combat marked magazine, with original box and factory letter, 5" barrel. SN 05718EGA R      Est. $4,000-6,000

 

195.     Scarce Smith & Wesson model 547 revolver, 9 mm Luger caliber, with checkered walnut grips, case hardened hammer and trigger, retaining the original box with cleaning kit and papers, 4" heavy barrel. SN 1909981 C&R      Est. $1,000-1,500

 

196.     Smith & Wesson 38/44 Outdoorsman revolver, .38 special caliber, with checkered walnut grips, case hardened hammer and trigger, retaining the original box and factory letter indicating this firearm was shipped to Panama - R. R. - S. S. line, New York City, NY. on October 25th, 1935, 6 1/2" barrel. SN 44778 C&R          Est. $1,500-2,000

 

197.     Smith & Wesson "Registered Magnum" revolver, .357 magnum caliber, with the registration number 644, with original checkered walnut magna grips, finely checkered rib from rear to front sight, retaining the original box, includes a factory letter indicating that this gun was shipped to P. Von Frantying Sporting Goods in Chicago Ill. on December 17th, 1935, 6 1/2" barrel. SN 47119 C&R            Est. $3,000-5,000

 

198.     Smith & Wesson model 1905 fourth model target revolver, .38 S&W special caliber, with extended mother of pearl grips, case hardened hammer and trigger, retaining the original box with a factory letter indicating that this firearm was shipped to Tufts Lyons Arms Co., Los Angeles CA., on February 15th, 1927, 6" barrel. SN 561779 C&R         Est. $300-500

 

199.     Smith & Wesson pre-model 27 revolver, .357 magnum caliber, with checkered walnut grips, case hardened hammer and trigger, and target trigger shoe, retaining the original box with screwdriver and brush, retaining a factory letter indicating it was shipped to Blish Mize and Sillman Co., Atchison KS., on February 7th, 1950, 3 1/2" barrel. SN S75971 C&R        Est. $600-800

 

200.     Smith & Wesson pre-model 27 revolver, .357 magnum caliber, with checkered walnut grips, five screw frame, case hardened hammer and trigger, retaining the original box and a factory letter indicating it was shipped to Kagen's Inc., Reading PA., on December 12th, 1953, 3 1/2" barrel. SN S105289 C&R            Est. $800-1,200

 

201.     Smith & Wesson US Navy Victory model 1905 revolver, .38 S&W special caliber, pre "V" prefix, with walnut grips, and lanyard ring, retaining a factory letter indicating it was shipped to one of three different Naval Supply yards on April 30th, 1942, accompanied by a USN marked leather pilot shoulder holster, 4" barrel. SN 960543 C&R Est. $500-800

 

202.     Smith & Wesson "Registered Magnum" revolver, .357 magnum caliber, this pre-war example with the original registration certificate numbered 238, original checkered walnut grips, finely checkered rib from rear to front sight, retaining the original box with Helpful Hints booklet, sight adjusting tool and grip adapter, 8 3/4" barrel. SN 46448 C&R        Est. $3,000-4,000

 

203.     Smith and Wesson Number 2 Old Army six shot revolver, .32 RF caliber, with a nickel finish, rosewood grips and a 6" ribbed octagonal barrel. SN# 37114           Est. $300-500

 

204.     Smith & Wesson US model 1917 revolver, .45 ACP caliber, early model with correct case, hardened grooved hammer and trigger, dished top walnut grips, and lanyard ring, 5 1/2" barrel. SN 4624 C&R            Est. $700-900

 

205.     Smith & Wesson 22/32 target model revolver, .22 LR caliber, with checkered walnut grips, case hardened hammer and trigger, and adjustable target sight, 6" barrel. SN 342350 C&R       Est. $300-400

 

206.     Smith & Wesson 38/44 heavy duty revolver, .38 special caliber, pre-model 20, with checkered walnut diamond magna grips, case hardened hammer and trigger, 5" barrel. SN S68129 C&R      Est. $600-800

 

207.     Smith & Wesson model 51 22/32 kit revolver, .22 magnum caliber, with checkered walnut diamond grips, case hardened hammer and trigger, and early flat latch, retaining the original box with manual, cleaning kit and screwdriver, 4" barrel. SN 82112 C&R      Est. $500-800

 

208.     Smith & Wesson K-22 Outdoorsman revolver, .22 LR caliber, with checkered walnut grip, case hardened hammer and trigger, retaining the original red box and a factory letter indicating that is was shipped to Shapleigh Hardware Co., Louisville KY., on October 3rd, 1933, 6" barrel. SN 645244 C&R   Est. $500-700

 

209.     Smith & Wesson model 1926, third model hand ejector revolver, .44 special caliber, Wolf and Klar model, with checkered walnut grips and lanyard ring, retaining a factory letter indicating this firearm was shipped to the Providence Police Department, Providence RI. on August 21st, 1931, 5" barrel. SN 38900 C&R          Est. $300-500

 

210.     Smith & Wesson model 520 New York State Police revolver, .357 magnum caliber, with checkered walnut grips, this was one of 3000 produced for the NY State Police however the contract was cancelled before delivery and these guns were sold on the commercial market, this makes it one of the lowest production models made for Smith & Wesson, retains the original box with cleaning kit and papers, 4" barrel. SN N559149 C&R Est. $800-1,200

 

211.     Smith & Wesson hand ejector 32/20 model 1905 fourth change revolver, .32 Winchester caliber, with checkered diamond walnut grips, case hardened hammer and trigger, retaining the original box and factory letter indicating this was shipped to Edwards & Walker Co., Portland ME., on April 24th 1917, 6" barrel. SN 73916 C&R        Est. $400-600

 

212.     Smith & Wesson nickel plated revolver, .32 long caliber, with checkered walnut grips, 4" barrel. SN 341387 C&R  Est. $300-400

 

213.     Smith & Wesson Centennial model 40 hammerless revolver, .38 special caliber, with plain walnut grips and grip safety, retaining the original box with instruction sheet, 2" pinned barrel. SN 29022 C&R    Est. $500-800

 

214.     Smith & Wesson Pinto model 24-3 Lew Horton Special revolver, .44 S&W special caliber, having a blued frame with nickel plated cylinder and barrel, case hardened hammer and trigger, combat style grips, 3" barrel. SN AEL1380 C&R  Est. $600-900

 

215.     Smith & Wesson model K-22 Outdoorsman revolver, .22 LR caliber, with checkered walnut grip, case hardened hammer and trigger, and target sights, retaining a factory letter which indicates it was shipped to Dunham, Carrigan, Hayden & Co., San Francisco CA., June 11th, 1931, 6" barrel. SN 634578 C&R  Est. $400-600

 

216.     Smith & Wesson model 58 revolver, .41 magnum caliber, with checkered walnut grips, case hardened hammer and trigger, retaining the original box with cleaning kit, instruction booklet and papers, 4" heavy barrel. SN N-114687 C&R Est. $600-800

 

217.     Smith & Wesson Chief Special model 60 stainless steel revolver, .38 special caliber, with checkered walnut grips, retaining the original box with instructions and warranty card, 2" barrel. SN R60320 C&R Est. $400-600

 

218.     Smith & Wesson model 36 no dash Chiefs Special revolver, .38 special caliber with checkered walnut grips, retaining the original box with instruction sheet, 2" barrel. SN 507315 C&R            Est. $300-500

 

219.     Smith & Wesson "Regulation Police" model 32 revolver, .32 S&W caliber, with checkered walnut grips, retaining the original box with factory invoice to the Pennsylvania State Police, Mr. J. L. Brennan, October 22nd, 1940, 3 1/4" barrel. SN 532207 C&R        Est. $400-600

 

220.     Smith & Wesson safety hammerless fifth model break-top revolver, .38 S&W caliber, with checkered black rubber grips, retaining a factory letter indicating it was shipped to Edward K. Tryon Co., Philadelphia PA on May 16th, 1917, 3 1/4" barrel. SN 243615 C&R  Est. $400-600

 

221.     Smith & Wesson 38 Chiefs Special revolver, .38 S&W caliber, pre-model 36, with checkered walnut grips, five screw frame, retaining the original red box, 2" barrel. SN 35481 C&R  Est. $400-600

 

222.     Smith & Wesson K-22 Outdoorsman revolver, .22 LR caliber, with rare "humpback" hammer and checkered walnut grips, retaining the original red box with a factory letter indicating this firearm was shipped to Douglas County, Superior WI on August 4th, 1939, 6" barrel. SN 677742 C&R           Est. $600-800

 

223.     Smith & Wesson Terrier revolver, .38 S&W caliber, with checkered walnut grips, five screw frame and half moon sight, retaining the original red box, 2" barrel. SN 64778 C&R       Est. $300-500

 

224.     Custom engraved Smith & Wesson hand ejector third model revolver, .32 caliber, the frame inscribed Ruth H. Axe who was the wife of Emerson Axe who was Chairman of the Board at Smith & Wesson, retaining the original red box and includes a copy of the factory letter which indicates it was shipped to E. W. Axe Corporation on November 7th, 1951, 3" barrel. SN 557329 C&R    Est. $400-600

 

225.     Smith & Wesson Regulation Police model 33-1 five shot revolver, .38 S&W caliber, with checkered walnut grips, case hardened hammer and trigger, retaining the original box with manual, 4" barrel. SN R12141 C&R        Est. $300-500

 

226.     Smith & Wesson 32 hand ejector revolver, .32 S&W caliber, with checkered walnut grips, five screw "I" frame, half moon sight, retaining the original box, shipped June 1949, 2" barrel. SN 534856 C&R   Est. $400-600

 

227.     Smith & Wesson hand ejector model of a 1917 military model revolver, .45 ACP caliber, pre-model 22, with checkered walnut grips, case hardened hammer and trigger, retaining a factory letter indicating the gun was shipped to Belknap Hardware Co., Louisville KY on October 16th, 1952, 5" barrel. SN S-88160 C&R       Est. $500-800

 

228.     Smith & Wesson "Heavy Duty" 38/44 pre-war revolver, .38 special caliber, with checkered walnut magna grips, lanyard ring, butt with BCP stamp, retaining a factory letter which indicates this firearm was shipped to Marshall-Wells Company, Vancouver, British Columbia on October 25th, 1940 and also includes the transfer papers to the officer who purchased this weapon upon his retirement, 5" barrel. SN 61730 C&R          Est. $600-900

 

229.     Smith & Wesson model 1 nine shot revolver, .22 caliber, second issue, nickel plated with scroll engraving, flared, square cornered rosewood grips, 3" octagonal barrel. SN 110360           Est. $200-400

 

230.     Smith & Wesson nickel plated, five shot break top revolver, .32 caliber, with hard rubber grips, 3 1/4" barrel. SN 246493 C&R Est. $50-100

 

231.     Smith & Wesson model 34-1 double action six shot revolver, .22 caliber, blued with case hardened hammer and trigger, checkered walnut grips, accompanied by a Hunter leather holster, 4" barrel. SN 42100 R          Est. $300-400

 

232.     Smith & Wesson model 1 1/2 five shot revolver, .32 rimfire caliber, with rosewood grips, 1st issue, 3 1/2" barrel. SN 11428          Est. $300-500

 

233.     Smith & Wesson double action first model revolver, .44 centerfire caliber, with mother of pearl grips, 6" barrel. SN 32232      Est. $300-500

 

234.     Moore's Patent Firearm Co. manufactured for Smith & Wesson, seven shot revolver, .32 teat fire caliber, with scroll engraved brass frame, blued barrel and cylinder, walnut grips, 3 3/4" barrel. SN 7719    Est. $600-800

 

235.     Smith & Wesson model 28-2 "Highway Patrolman" revolver, .357 magnum, with checkered walnut grips, retaining the original box, cleaning kit, screwdriver and booklet, 4" barrel. SN N194435 C&R   Est. $400-600

 

236.     Iver Johnson safety automatic double action five shot hammerless revolver, .38 caliber, nickel plated, with black plastic grips, together with a leather holster, 3 1/4" barrel. SN 12839 C&R       Est. $50-100

 

237.     Iver Johnson nickel plated revolver, .32 caliber, with checkered gutta percha owl grips, together with a leather belt and holster, 3 1/4" barrel. SN 14284 C&R          Est. $75-150

 

238.     Two Baby Hammerless folding trigger revolvers, to include a nickel plated Kolb six shot, .22 caliber, with "K" monogrammed black plastic grips, 1 1/4" barrel, C&R and a Sedgley six shot revolver, .22 caliber, with "S" monogrammed black plastic grips, 1 3/8" barrel. C&R       Est. $100-200

 

239.     Three revolvers, to include a H&R Arms Young America nickel plated double action five shot, .30 caliber with 2" octagonal barrel, C&R a Forehand & Wadsworth Swamp Angel spur trigger five shot, .38 caliber, with walnut grips, and 2" octagonal barrel, SN 293 C&R and a German folding trigger, six shot, .32 caliber, with hardwood grips, and 1 1/2" barrel. C&R       Est. $100-150

 

240.     Pieper, Henri & Nicolas Bayard nickel plated semi-automatic pistol, .32 ACP caliber, with black plastic grips, 2 1/2" barrel. SN 113148 C&R Est. $50-100

 

241.     Colt Model 1901 US Army six shot double action revolver, .38 caliber, having walnut grips with lanyard ring, 6" barrel. SN 169486 C&R      Est. $400-600

 

242.     T.A.C. Spanish made copy of a Colt Model 1894 six shot revolver, .32-20 caliber with checkered hardwood grips, 5" barrel. SN 248077 C&R Est. $100-200

 

243.     Mauser model 1914 semi-automatic pistol, .32 caliber with wrap around walnut grips, 3 1/2" barrel. SN H260 292925 C&R          Est. $200-300

 

244.     Mossberg Brownie four shot pocket pistol, .22 caliber with wood grips, 2 1/2" barrels. SN 17444 C&R   Est. $200-300

 

245.     Walther Model 8 Semi-Automatic pistol, 6.35 mm, with grips having an enameled logo and 6.35 badge, 2 3/4" barrel. SN 475725 C&R Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $300-500

 

246.     Two revolvers, to include a Garate G.A.C. Spanish copy of a Smith & Wesson military and police, 32-20 caliber, six shot revolver with lanyard ring, 5" barrel. SN 75011 C&R, the other a Empire State Arms break top five shot revolver, .32 caliber, 5" barrel, SN 17320 C&R   Est. $200-300

 

247.     Pair of limited edition Ruger New model Blackhawk revolvers, the first .32/20 caliber with a spare .32 magnum cylinder, produced in 1989, having an engraved buckeye on the top strap, with high grade blued finish and walnut grips, 6 1/2" barrel with original box and paperwork. SN 611-02166 R, the other .38/40 caliber with a spare 10 mm cylinder, produced in 1990, with high grade blued frame and walnut grips, 6 1/2" barrel with original box and paperwork. Approximately 5000 sets produced. SN 611-02166 R   Est. $1,000-1,500

 

248.     Two .22 caliber single shot takedown boys rifles, to include a Hopkins & Allen model no. 822, 20" barrel and J. Stevens Little Scout model #14 1/2, 18" barrel. C&R  Est. $100-200

 

249.     Winchester model 69A bolt action clip fed single shot rifle, .22 LR caliber with a walnut deluxe checkered pistol grip stock, mounted with a Bushnell Sport view 3 x 9 scope, 25 1/4" barrel. C&R            Est. $200-400

 

250.     Remington model 34 bolt action tube feed rifle, .22 caliber, pre-war with walnut stock, 24" barrel. SN 92074 C&R          Est. $50-100

 

251.     Winchester model 70 bolt action rifle, .30-06 caliber, ca. 1957, checkered pistol grip stock 24" barrel. SN 37401 C&R          Est. $400-600

 

252.     Marlin Glenfield model 30 lever action rifle, .35 Remington caliber, with walnut stock, mounted with a Valor 6 x 32 flip mount scope, and a leather sling, 19 1/2" barrel. SN AB35156 C&R    Est. $250-350

 

253.     Winchester Model 62A slide action, tube feed, takedown rifle, .22 caliber with walnut stocks, 23" round barrel. SN 123599 C&R          Est. $400-600

 

254.     Two rifles, to include a Winchester model 47 single shot rifle, .22 caliber, with J.C. Higgins 4x scope, walnut stock and 25" barrel, C&R and a Savage model 1903 slide action rifle, .22 caliber with 24" octagonal barrel. SN 6588 C&R        Est. $100-200

 

255.     Harrington & Richardson Topper model 158 single shot rifle, 30-30 Winchester caliber with hardwood stock, 22" barrel. SN 2039 C&R  Est. $150-200

 

256.     Daisy Heddon Special Presentation Model VL single shot rifle, .22 caliber, together with three boxes of caseless ammo, 24" barrel. SN A011061 R           Est. $100-200

 

257.     Mauser single shot target rifle, .22 caliber, with receiver peep sight, walnut stock, 27" barrel. SN 159470 C&R  Est. $200-400

 

258.     Turkish Mauser model 1938 bolt action rifle, 8 mm, having hardwood stock with sling swivels, 30" barrel. SN 35407 C&R          Est. $100-200

 

259.     Czechoslovakian model VZ-24 Mauser bolt action rifle, 8 mm, walnut stock with sling swivels, 24" barrel. SN 2749J4 C&R         Est. $100-200

 

260.     Yugoslavian model 59-66 SKS rifle, with folding bayonet, 7.62 x 39 mm, with walnut stock, the barrel inscribed Georgia VT, barrel with flash hider, 24" barrel. SN F-177738 C&R          Est. $200-300

 

261.     Swiss model K-31 bolt action rifle, 7.5 x 55 mm Swiss, with rail type scope mount, 25 1/2" barrel. SN 796411 C&R        Est. $200-300

 

262.     Russian Mosin Nagant model 1944 bolt action carbine, 7.62 x 54R mm, dated 1953, with spike bayonet, 20" barrel. SN BK9488 C&R          Est. $100-200

 

263.     Arisaka Type 44 carbine, 6.5 mm caliber, mum is intact, with folding bayonet, and 18 1/2" barrel. SN 08206 C&R          Est. $300-500

 

264.     Japanese Arisaka type 38 WWII bolt action rifle, 6.5 mm, Kokura Arsenal, with dust cover and cleaning rod, mum is intact, 31 1/2" barrel. SN 001514424 C&R    Est. $150-250

 

265.     French Berthier-Mannlicher model 1892 bolt action carbine, 8 x 50.5R caliber, with one piece bellied stock, original leather sling, 7 1/2" barrel. SN D27945 C&R           Est. $200-300

 

266.     Identified US Springfield Krag model 1898 bolt action rifle, .30-40 Krag caliber, with AHW carved in left butt stock with a T to the right butt stock, accompanied by The Gun Report from May 2006 with an article on this particular gun belonging to Archy H. Wall an African American soldier who served during the Philippine War of Independence, 30" barrel. SN 212460 C&R  Est. $1,200-1,600

 

267.     Four European bayonets, to include a WWI Alex Coppel Imperial German M1898 bayonet with scabbard, with 1914 date stamp, 20 1/2" blade, a M1898/05 Mauser bayonet, with a 1916 date stamp, 14 1/2" blade, a French m1886 Lebel bayonet and scabbard, 20 1/2" blade, and a British WWI 1907 pattern sword bayonet and scabbard, 17" blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $300-400

 

268.     US M1892 Krag bayonet, stamped US 1902, 11 1/2" blade, together with a US Krag chrome plated parade bayonet with scabbard and hanger, 11 1/4" blade, and a British 1856 pattern Enfield sword bayonet, 22 3/4" yataghan blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection. Est. $150-250

 

269.     Smith Corona US model 1903-A3 bolt action rifle, .30-06 caliber, the barrel inscribed RA 7-44. with 24" barrel. SN 3649473 C&R            Est. $400-600

 

270.     Carcano Fucile Modello 1891 rifle made at the Terni Arsenal, 6.5 x 52 mm caliber, with a 30 1/2" barrel. SN DL1279     Est. $100-200

 

271.     Unusual French Gras Culle MLE 1874 line throwing gun, with 1" bore, bolt action, straight walnut stock with rack number, 16 1/4" barrel. SN 53072 Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.          Est. $400-600

 

272.     Scarce Swiss Vetterli Stutzer Model 1871 bolt action sniper rifle, 10.4 mm Swiss rimfire, with duel set triggers, checkered forend, stamped MW on receiver and barrel, D3 + C1 inspector proof on stock, 30 3/4" octagonal to round barrel. SN 1034 Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $400-600

 

273.     French Gras M80 MLE 1874 bolt action rifle, 11 mm, dated S-1877, 32 1/2" barrel. SN 19863 Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.      Est. $200-300

 

274.     Vetterli model 1871 carbine, .41 rimfire caliber, with full stock and six round tubular magazine, 18 1/2" barrel. SN 169574           Est. $200-400

 

275.     French model 1880 Gras bolt action single shot rifle, 11 x 59R caliber, with 32" barrel. SN 95745            Est. $100-200

 

276.     Italian Vetterli bolt action Brescia rifle, 7.65 mm, with tiger maple stock, 33" barrel. SN NP1672 C&R   Est. $50-100

 

277.     German KAR 98 bolt action carbine, 8 mm, receiver stamped Erfurt 1918, 24 3/4" barrel. SN 3376 C&R Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $200-300

 

278.     Excellent DWM 1916 WWI German artillery Luger semi-automatic pistol with holster, 9 mm, Imperial eagle firing and three crowned letter proofs are present, checkered walnut grips, all matching numbers with the exception of the wood base magazine, 9" barrel, the leather holster and original strap inscribed with regimental marks 9 K 6605, inscribed on the interior ? & Co. Berlin 1917 has wood handled cleaning rod. SN 2041a C&R          Est. $2,500-3,500

 

279.     German WWI P-08 Luger semi-automatic pistol, 9 mm, inscribed with crown Erfurt and chamber date of 1914, the frame with crown and script proofs next to the Imperial Eagle proof, the barrel with eagle test proof, with walnut checkered grips and wood based aluminum magazine, 4" barrel. SN 3776 C&R Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $600-800

 

280.     Japanese type 26 double action revolver, 9 mm, standard production with checkered grip, lanyard ring, 4 3/4" barrel. SN 55018 C&R   Est. $300-400

 

281.     Bavarian WWI pickelhaube spiked steel helmet, with embossed brass front plate of lions and crown, inscribed In Treue Fest, 9 3/4" h. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $200-300

 

282.     German pre-WWI pickelhaube spiked leather NCO helmet, with embossed eagle front plate, inscribed FR, 9 3/4" h., together with another spiked leather helmet without front plate, ca. 1915, 8 1/4" h. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.       Est. $300-400

 

283.     Scarce WWI tank crew splatter mask, leather covered steel with slatted eye holes and a chainmail mouth covering, with original fabric ties and an original hang tag, inscribed The curvature of this mask may be adjusted to your face by slightly bending, approximately 6" w. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $800-1,200

 

284.     German Simson & Co. Suhl, WWI saw back bayonet, with 1916 date stamp, 14 1/4" blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.      Est. $200-300

 

285.     Two German WWI M16 steel helmets, both illegibly stamped, one with a leather liner, together with a German M43 Heer field cap. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.    Est. $200-300

 

286.     WWI US Army Hospital Corps knife with scabbard, the scabbard stamped Rock Island Arsenal - WTC, BW, blade length - 12". Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.      Est. $200-300

 

287.     Three US Military web belts, to include one with two 1911 magazines in a pouch and a Carlisle first aid dressing in pouch, together with three holsters to include a  1943 Graton & Knight, a 1944 Boyt, and an undated Sears 1911 US military holster.         Est. $200-400

 

288.     Three US Military web belts, together with holsters to include two US 1917 holsters, two US Victory holsters and two PP holsters, one dated 1944 with Waffenamt.       Est. $200-400

 

289.     Group of military accessories, to include a German WWII mess kit, a German WWII gas mask, an Imperial German In Treue Fest buckle and leather belt, a European water flask, a Gott Mit Uns buckle with two triple leather ammunition pouches, and a leather bandolier with five ammunition pouches, range finder with pouch. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.  Est. $200-300

 

290.     American WWII M1 helmet with mesh cover, with lieutenant bars on front, the liner with painted bars on front and paper interior identification, inscribed Roger A. Young. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.       Est. $200-300

 

291.     WWII brass trench art falling bomb ashtray, 5 1/2" h.    Est. $150-250

 

292.     Group of WWII German souvenirs, to include M42 single decal steel helmet with remains of camouflage paint, stamped ET64, an Im Dienst der Deutschen Wehrmacht arm band, yellow Nazi Wehrmacht armband with swastika and eagle, a SS Reich 1940 porcelain saucer, and a group of German coins and a Russian polished steel hammer and sickle finial, 6 1/2" h.       Est. $150-250

 

293.     Scarce Zimmerman WWII German Cross in Gold, inscribed 1941 in gold laurel leaf surround, the bar of the pin stamped 20, 2 1/2" w.   Est. $1,200-1,600

 

294.     Three Nazi German flags and a funeral sash, the sash with inscribed translation "The grateful town of Miesbach - dedicated to our fallen hero Rudolf Schlamp", 78" l., largest flag - 29" x 19". Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.      Est. $200-300

 

295.     Two Nazi German battle flags with iron cross, inscribed LOH. Kr-FL 80/135, purportedly brought back from the Battle of the Bulge, 29" x 52". Est. $300-500

 

296.     Nazi German flag, with panels, inscribed Graveure und Ziseleure Nurnberg-Furth (engravers and Carpenters Nurnberg-Furth), with center swastika, 46" x 52".          Est. $200-400

 

297.     Nazi German podium flag, with white border and fringe, 26" x 42".          Est. $200-300

 

298.     Nazi German battle flag with iron cross, inscribed Lorenz Summa Sonne Oberkotzau, 29" x 52".            Est. $200-300

 

299.     Nazi German party flag with iron cross, dated 1943, and inscribed Bonner Fahnenfabrik Bonn Postfach 344, 19" x 33".         Est. $100-150

 

300.     WWII German RLB Nazi dagger and scabbard, with eagle cross guard and original hanger, blade - 9 5/8". Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.       Est. $400-800

 

301.     Group of WWI medals, to include US Victory with Muese - Argonne and Defensive Sector bars, British Victory, New Jersey victory, French Battle of Verdun, and a US Veteran of Foreign Wars.            Est. $100-200

 

302.     German WWII M40 Heer decal steel helmet, with National color shield on opposing side, stamped EF62 22190, having a leather liner. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.            Est. $200-300

 

303.     German WWI M16 camouflage steel helmet, stamped GBN64, with a leather liner, also with period white stencil 179 on interior rim. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection. Est. $600-800

 

304.     German M34 WWII era steel police helmet, with decals on opposing sides. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.       Est. $100-200

 

305.     German WWII M42 Wafen SS single decal steel helmet, stamped EF62 35833, with leather liner. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.      Est. $800-1,200

 

306.     German WWII M40 camouflage steel helmet, stamped DN483, with a leather liner and interior paper label, inscribed Uffz. Schneidl. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.            Est. $400-600

 

307.     German WWII M42 beaded steel police helmet, with decals on opposing sides, stamped NS 64 D25, the leather liner with owner inscription. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $200-250

 

308.     Nine post WWII Dutch Verblifa helmets, ca. 1955-1956, most with liners.          Est. $200-300

 

309.     Ten post WWII Dutch Verblifa helmets, ca. 1955-1956, most with liners.           Est. $200-300

 

310.     US Navy leather G-1 flight jacket, the back with attached silk blood chit, the back of the collar stenciled USN, with name badge inscribed J. G. Forsythe ENS USN, together with a large group of charts, maps and ephemera.    Est. $200-300

 

311.     Large group of military related books, to include Naval Electrician's Text and Hand Book, 1904, two Keel 1958 books, two Bluejackets' Manual, 1940 and 1944, Naval Officers Guide, 1943, Guide to Japan, USS Compton cruise book, 1960-61, Weyers Tascenbuch Der Kriegs-Flotten 1941/42, Jane's all the World's Aircraft, 1941, etc.     Est. $150-250

 

312.     Large group of framed military related items, to include a broadside titled True Sons of Freedom with African American soldiers, a group of USS Ingraham items, shellback award, portraits, photographs, etc.         Est. $200-400

 

313.     Group of military related items, to include patches, shoulder boards, medals, ribbons, a U. S. S. Porter Torpedo Boat pennant, letters, postcards, photos, lighters to include USS Ingraham and USS Hancock, grenade adapter, engraved napkin rings, coffee mug, ephemera, etc.       Est. $100-200

 

314.     Group of US Navy uniforms, to include the ship rockers: Fred T. Berry, Tortuga, Apache, Forrestal with belt buckle, Vancouver, Weiss, Bugara, Tiru, Dyes, Wallace L. Lind, together with a Merchant Marine shirt, miscellaneous hats including a US Army officer's dress cap and a US Coast Guard hat in the original box.          Est. $100-200

 

315.     WWII era USS Indianapolis Navy uniform and photographs, the dress blue uniform is signed in stitchwork W. H. Duncan in the top and pants, together with a hat, a tally inscribed USS Indianapolis, together with six original photographs dated July, 1944, all taken by USS Indianapolis photographers - three by Sedivi, two by Hammen and one by Stivender, all listed as deceased in the submarine attack, W. H. Duncan purportedly became very ill while the ship was transporting the nuclear bomb Little Boy and was left at Tinian Island to recover, thus he was not onboard when the ship was hit by Japanese torpedoes.    Est. $300-400

 

316.     Savage model 420 over and under shotgun, 12 gauge, having a walnut stock, scroll engraved receiver, 13" pull including a 3/4" pad and spacer, 27" barrel. No serial number. C&R      Est. $100-200

 

317.     Winchester Model 1400 semi-automatic shotgun, 12 gauge with 28" barrel. SN 156202 R        Est. $200-300

 

318.     Ithaca Flues field grade side by side hammerless shotgun, 12 gauge, with double triggers, 30" barrels. SN 66402 C&R         Est. $300-500

 

319.     Remington model 1100LW semi-automatic shotgun, 20 gauge, 2 3/4" chamber, with ventilated rib, checkered walnut stocks, 25" barrel. SN L424636J R           Est. $200-400

 

320.     French baby Bretton aluminum over and under shotgun, 12 gauge, having a scroll engraved silver chromium finished receiver, double triggers, finely checkered walnut half pistol grip stock with original rubber pad, with original booklet, 27 3/4" barrels, 13 3/4" pull which includes a 1/4" rubber pad. SN 18570 R        Est. $1,000-1,500

 

321.     Cased Belgium Browning Lightning over and under shotgun, 12 gauge, 2 3/4" chambers with ejectors, having a ventilated rib with two beads, checkered walnut pistol grip stock, scroll engraved receiver, Browning rubber pad, and 14 1/2" pull, the pull with 1" spacer and factory butt pad, 32" barrels in a fitted Browning case. SN 31137S70 R    Est. $1,000-1,500

 

322.     XLR single shot shotgun, 12 gauge, with 30" round barrel. SN E87900 C&R      Est. $50-75

 

323.     Excelsior 50 Super single shot shotgun, 12 gauge, with ventilated rib, checkered walnut stocks and bright receiver, 28" octagonal to round barrel. SN 12939 R  Est. $50-75

 

324.     Savage Arms, Ansley Fox double barrel, side by side hammerless shotgun, 12 gauge, the lock inscribed Ansley M Fox, with double triggers, deluxe checkered walnut pistol grip stock, case colored locks have floral engraving, 28" barrels. SN 35238 C&R     Est. $2,500-3,500

 

325.     L. C. Smith Eagle grade side by side double barrel hammerless shotgun, 12 gauge, with ejectors, single selective trigger, case colored locks are relief engraved with a flying pheasant and duck on opposing side, with fine scroll work around the birds, barrels are inscribed Manufacture D'armes de Chasse on the right barrel and Masquelier . Liege . Belgium on the left barrel, stocks are flame grain walnut with finely checkered pistol grip having a beavertail fore end with banjo shaped release escutcheon, pull is 14 3/4" including a 1" Pachmayr pad and spacer, 2" drop, 28" barrels, sold with a hard case. SN 220502E C&R Est. $5,000-8,000

 

326.     Cased Japanese Browning Citori over and under trap shotgun, 12 gauge, 2 3/4" chambers with ejectors, having a raised ventilated rib with two beads, checkered walnut pistol grip fully adjustable stock, highly scroll engraved receiver with pheasant, quail and duck image, 14" pull including 1" adjustable Kickeez pad, 32" ported barrels with full invector screw in chokes, in a Browning fitted case. SN 09333MX131 R       Est. $1,200-1,800

 

327.     W. Richards side lever side by side double barrel shotgun, 12 gauge, with checkered walnut pistol grip stock, 26 1/2" barrels.      Est. $100-200

 

328.     Two percussion shotguns, one a double barrel, 16 gauge, with scroll engraved trigger and lock plate, 32 3/4" barrels, the other Belgian, 16 gauge, octagonal to round 27 1/2" l. barrel., together with an Enfield battlefield pickup rifle. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.    Est. $100-200

 

329.     Rare cased Winchester model 42 slide action shotgun, .410 gauge, with consecutively numbered barrel set, barrel SN 93374 is modified, barrel SN 93375 is skeet, American checkered walnut pistol grip stocks, pistol grip cap and butt pad marked Winchester, with a 13 3/4" pull to the 3/4" pad and spacer with a 2" drop, sold with a Winchester Repeating Arms presentation case, 26" and 28" barrels. SN 93375 C&R          Est. $6,000-8,000

 

330.     Japanese Browning BT-99 single shot shotgun, 12 gauge, 2 3/4" chambers with ejector, raised ventilated rib with two beads, checkered walnut pistol grip stock, floral scroll engraved receiver, 14" pull with a 1" Kickeez adjustable butt plate, 32" barrel. SN 72D14757. R   Est. $800-1,000

 

331.     Cased Japanese Browning Citori over and under shotgun, 12 gauge, 2 3/4" chambers with ejectors, having a ventilated rib with two beads, checkered walnut pistol grip stock, floral scroll engraved receiver, 14" pull with 1" kickeez adjustable butt pad, 30" barrels, with modified and improved Invector screw in chokes, in a Browning fitted case. SN 07575NMN43. R         Est. $1,000-1,200

 

332.     Scarce German Kdtur Lillie flare gun pistol, with crude stamped wood grips, retaining most of the original green painted surface, having a plunger cocking mechanism, 8" barrel. SN 22490 Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.   Est. $300-400

 

333.     Unusual Pope Brothers air pistol, .177 caliber, with cast iron frame and grip, 11" barrel.            Est. $200-300

 

334.     European brass spur trigger flare gun, with 1" bore, checkered hardwood grips, and 4" octagonal to round brass barrel.       Est. $100-200

 

335.     Unmarked iron breech loading signal cannon, 3/4" bore, with brass mountings, on a tapered stand, 32" stepped barrel.      Est. $200-400

 

336.     Hawley brass barrel air pistol, America's first pneumatic pistol, with iron grips, patented June 1st, 1869, 5" barrel.           Est. $100-200

 

337.     Hanel (XX) break barrel air rifle, .177 caliber, with hardwood stock, 14 1/4" barrel.      Est. $50-75

 

338.     Ottoman Arquebus matchlock rifle, approximately .52 caliber, with gold overlay decoration and push button trigger, 30" barrel. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.    Est. $300-500

 

339.     Spanish Navaja folding knife, the blade stamped Couste En Saragoza, with segmented horn and brass shaped handle, blade length - 12 1/2". Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $200-300

 

340.     European sword, probably Italian, the blade inscribed Antonio Ferrany CA, with horn grip, 25 1/2" blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $200-300

 

341.     Scottish basket hilt sword, having a faintly stamped blade, inscribed And___ Farara and geometric shapes, with a spiral carved wood grip and conical pommel, 32" blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $1,000-1,500

 

342.     European basket hilt sword, with faint geometric stamp on blade and a shagreen ribbed grip with faceted pommel, 36" blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.         Est. $800-1,200

 

343.     European mortuary sword, the blade stamped with a faint bust and crown mark, having a basket hilt with pierced guard, oval pommel and wire wrapped grip, 35" blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $500-1,000

 

344.     Indo-Persian leather and lacquered Dahl shield, 20th c., 20 1/4" dia. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $200-300

 

345.     European steel Cuirass breast and back plate armor, 19th c., possibly German or French, having brass rivets, the back plate with a fabric lining, stamped 458, 16" h. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $600-900

 

346.     Cromwellian half suit of armor, to include a lobster tail helmet with single bar face shield and four plate nape guard, a breast plate with brass rivets lined with horse hair filled fabric, 15 1/2" h., 13 1/2" w., and a matching back plate. A notation in a log book indicates is was bought in London by "Pap and I" in 1930. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.     Est. $1,500-2,500

 

347.     French cuirassier helmet, with a dyed red horse hair plume, a brass front plate with N under a crown, the plume supported by a plinth with portrait mask of Medusa, the left side with a plume holder, and a layered scale chin strap, 16" h. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.    Est. $500-800

 

348.     Pair of German hunting swords with scabbards, the blade inscribed Alex Coppel Solingen, having a heavily embossed handle and langet with bear hunting scene with dogs, blade length - 16 3/4". Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.      Est. $400-800

 

349.     German stag handle short sword, the engraved blade with crown and brass guard with scrolled quillon, 21 1/2" blade, together with a stag handle short sword and scabbard, with clamshell guard, 16" blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $200-400

 

350.     Seven edged weapons, to include two Hitler youth knives in sheaths, 5 3/8" blade, an American USM3 fighting knife in sheath, 6 1/2" blade length, an Elkhorn bayonet , a WWI era German Ersatz bayonet with scabbard, 12" blade length, a Collins and Co. no. 127 machete with horn grip, 17" blade, and a knife and sheath with horn handle, 13 3/4" blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.          Est. $200-400

 

351.     Tibetan back sword and scabbard, the scabbard with embossed dragon and leather decoration, blade length - 14 1/2". Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.   Est. $300-500

 

352.     Japanese tanto sword with saya, having a shagreen grip and disk tsuba, tang is signed, blade length - 12 1/2". Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.     Est. $300-500

 

353.     Japanese wakizashi sword with saya, having a shagreen grip with pierced and engraved tsuba, blade length - 15 1/2". Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.   Est. $400-600

 

354.     European partisan pole arm, probably German, with pierced geometric designs, 10 1/4" head. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.      Est. $200-400

 

355.     European partisan pole arm, probably German, with pierced heart designs, 11 1/2" head. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.      Est. $300-500

 

356.     Two iron polearms, one European with scrolled decoration, 21 1/2" l., the other hand hammered, 23 1/2" l. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.       Est. $200-400

 

357.     African Shona carved bone dagger with sheath, with geometric carving, blade length - 8". Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.      Est. $300-400

 

358.     Three African copper wrapped edged weapons, together with a metal wrapped African knife, largest blade - 20 1/2". Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.     Est. $200-400

 

359.     Persian Shamshir sword and scabbard, with signed blade, having a brass studded and inlaid mameluke grip with wire wrap and iron cross guard, the leather and steel scabbard with engraved throat, approximately 33" blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection. Est. $800-1,200

 

360.     Indo-Persian straight sword and scabbard, with gold inlaid hilt and wide knuckle bowl guard, 32" blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $400-600

 

361.     Five Middle Eastern and North African bladed weapons and scabbards, to include a Nimcha inlaid dagger, Khanjar, etc. longest blade - 14 1/2". Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.          Est. $300-500

 

362.     Three edged weapons, to include an African dagger with horn handle and leather sheath, 9" blade, a German jewel handle dagger with sheath, 4 3/4" blade, and a Rogers knife with silver plated handle.            Est. $100-150

 

363.     Five middle Eastern and Asian edged weapons, one having cannons stamped on blade, largest - 19 1/2" blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.            Est. $300-400

 

364.     Four edged weapons, one with wire wrapped and embossed brass handle, probably Tibetan, 15" blade, one probably African with a chip carved handle and decorated blade, 7 1/2" l., the other with a punch decorated blade and openwork ring on grip, 18 3/4" blade length, and a wood handled knife with wire wrap and decorated blade, 15 1/4" blade. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.          Est. $300-400

 

365.     Large khukuri knife, with carved wood sheath, blade length - 22 3/4", together with a large Naga Dao axe with curved blade, blade length - 18". Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $200-300

 

366.     Indo-Persian Kulah Khud spiked steel helmet with chain mail neck guard, having chased floral panels, the nose guard flanked by plume holders, 26" h. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.  Est. $400-600

 

367.     European or Persian etched steel buckler armor shield, having four sunburst rivets surrounded by floral and scroll etching with a saw tooth border, 10" dia. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.  Est. $300-400

 

368.     Indo-Persian Kulah Khud spiked steel helmet and shield, the helmet with chain mail neck guard, having chased panels with portraits above a Farsi verse, the nose guard flanked by plume holders, 26" h., the shield with the same etching with large domed rivets and a brass rim, 18" dia., and an arm shield. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.       Est. $500-800

 

369.     Three Indo-Persian battle axes, one with double blade, one with elephant finial, and other with engraved religious scene, longest - 27". Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $200-400

 

370.     Two Indo-Persian katar daggers, one scissor type with engraving, 17 1/4" and 16 1/4" l. Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.      Est. $200-300

 

371.     Three African spears, longest head - 8". Provenance: Roger A. Young, Millbrook, New York collection.        Est. $200-400

 

372.     Harrington & Richardson model 865 Plainsman bolt action rifle, .22 caliber, clip fed, with 24" barrel. R          Est. $50-75

 

373.     Remington model 788 bolt action rifle, .223 caliber, with Bushnell 3-9x scope, 24" round barrel. SN B6026282 R   Est. $200-300

 

374.     Winchester model 70 XTR bolt action rifle, .30-06 caliber, with checkered walnut pistol grip stock, 3x-9x40 Jana scope, and leather sling, 21" barrel. SN G1423152 R Est. $300-500

 

375.     Remington Model 700 BDL rifle, .308 caliber with 22" barrel. SN 330061 R       Est. $300-500

 

376.     Remington model 870 tactical shotgun, 12 gauge, 2 3/4" or 3", with black composite stock, in original box with accessories and paperwork, 18" barrel. SN RS38711K R Est. $300-500

 

377.     F.I.E. two barrel over/under derringer, .38 S & W caliber, nickel plated with white plastic grips and 3" barrels. SN# D61474 R      Est. $50-100

 

378.     Cobray M11 semi-automatic pistol, 9 mm, parkerized finish, barrel threaded at muzzle, 5" barrel. SN 89-0050185 R       Est. $200-300

 

379.     Cobray M12 semi-automatic pistol, .380 ACP caliber, parkerized finish, barrel threaded at muzzle, 5" barrel. SN 12-0006383 R   Est. $200-300

 

380.     Intratec Tec-DC9 semi-automatic pistol, .9 mm Luger, threaded barrel at muzzle, 5" barrel. SN 0036889 R      Est. $600-900

 

381.     AR clone semi-automatic rifle, .22 caliber, with telescopic stock, 19" barrel. SN A210301 R      Est. $200-300

 

382.     Illinois Arms semi-automatic rifle, .22 caliber, pistol grip walnut stock, 17 1/2" barrel. SN SAR10069 R  Est. $200-400

 

383.     Volunteer Enterprises Commando Mark 45 semi-automatic Thompson type rifle, .45 ACP caliber, 16" barrel. SN 65387 R         Est. $400-600

 

384.     Volunteer Enterprises Commando Mark 45 semi-automatic Thompson type rifle, .45 ACP caliber, 16" barrel. SN 3695143 R     Est. $400-600

 

385.     Armitage International Scarab Skorpion semi-automatic pistol, 9 mm, parkerized with plastic grips and original box, with paperwork, barrel threaded at muzzle, 4 1/2" barrel. SN 00113 R       Est. $200-300

 

386.     Italian Spectre semi-automatic pistol, 9 mm, with original box and paperwork, 6" shrouded barrel. SN KB916 R  Est. $600-800

 

387.     Intratec Tec-22 pistol, .22 LR caliber, 3 3/4" barrel. SN 066143 R Est. $100-150

 

388.     Israeli IMI Uzi model B semi-automatic carbine, 9 mm, Action Arms, LTD., with folding stock, 16" barrel. SN SA40422 R     Est. $1,000-1,500

 

389.     Chinese Poly Tech AK-47/S semi-automatic rifle, 7.62 x 39 mm, K.F.S. Atlanta, with a National Match barrel, in the original box with flash hider, oiler, and a banana magazine, hardwood stock, 20 1/2" barrel. SN NM47-02534 R         Est. $400-600

 

390.     Korean Daewoo K1A1 semi-automatic rifle, 5.56 mm, imported by I. A. Co., telescopic stock, 17 barrel. SN 032049 R   Est. $300-500

 

391.     Israeli Galil model 372 semi-automatic rifle, 5.56 mm, imported by Action Arms, with folding bipod, hardwood forestock, 17 3/4" barrel. SN AA03859 R Est. $2,000-3,000

 

392.     Chinese SKS model Hunter semi-automatic rifle, 7.62 x 39 mm, with sporting pistol grip stock, 19" barrel. SN 20506 R     Est. $200-300

 

393.     Universal enforcer M1 carbine pistol, .30 caliber, with walnut stock, 11 1/2" barrel. SN 201064 R            Est. $200-400

 

394.     Gwinn Firearms Bushmaster semi-automatic arm pistol, 5.56 mm, barrel with flash hider, 13 1/2" barrel. SN 001830 R   Est. $400-600

 

395.     Korean Daewoo AR-100 semi-automatic rifle, 5.56 mm, with parkerized finish, black composite folding stock, cleaning and maintenance kit, and two magazines, in the original box, 18 1/3" barrel. SN 547225 R  Est. $400-600

 

396.     Chinese Norinco SKS semi-automatic rifle, 7.62 x 39 mm, in original box, sold with a canvas ammo belt, 20 1/2" barrel. SN 1807767C R Est. $200-300

 

397.     Chinese Norinco SKS semi-automatic rifle, 7.62 x 39 mm, 20 1/2" barrel. SN D24014449 R    Est. $200-300

 

398.     Egyptian Maadi RML semi-automatic AK-47 rifle, 7.62 x 39 mm, with thumb hole laminate stock, banana clip, 16" barrel. SN ES01534 R         Est. $300-400

 

399.     Chinese Norinco SKS semi-automatic rifle, 7.62 x 39 mm, with a 4x20 scope, 16 1/2" barrel. SN 9363425 R      Est. $200-300

 

400.     Non-functioning dummy Ak-47, with folding stock.          Est. $75-125

 

401.     Taxidermy mule deer head mount. Est. $75-150

 

402.     Three mounted antlers, to include a caribou, mule deer and an elk.           Est. $100-150

 

403.     Taxidermy pronghorn antelope head mount.        Est. $75-125

 

404.     Taxidermy caribou head mount.     Est. $200-300

 

405.     Black Forest gun rack, ca. 1900, having fallow deer antler supports, 51 1/2" h., 31" w.   Est. $400-600

 

406.     Large taxidermy whitetail deer head mount, nine point.  Est. $100-200

 

407.     Taxidermy whitetail deer head mount, nine point. Est. $100-200

 

408.     Taxidermy whitetail deer head mount, ten point.  Est. $100-150

 

409.     Two mounted steer horns, 31" w. and 28" w.         Est. $75-100

 

410.     Pair of moose and pronghorn antelope antlers, moose - 30 1/2" w.         Est. $100-200

 

411.     Pair of 6 x 6 elk antlers.        Est. $100-150

 

412.     Five sets of deer antlers.       Est. $100-200

 





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