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Auctioneer Morphy Auctions 877-968-8880
Auction Date Jun 25 Auction
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Lot: 1 - (N) Outstanding Condition 1 of 2 Consecutively

Extremely fine condition Colt 1921 Thompson machine gun without compensator. Upper and lower assemblies match serial number. 1921 parts verified inside receiver. Includes one original "NEW YORK, NY" 1920s patent date "L" drum. Anchor proof mark

Lot: 2 - (N) Outstanding Condition 1 of 2 Consecutively

Extremely fine condition Colt 1921 Thompson machine gun without compensator. Upper and lower assemblies match serial number. 1921 parts verified inside receiver. Includes one original "NEW YORK, NY" 1920s patent date "L" drum. Anchor proof mark

Lot: 3 - (N) Extremely Fine Colt Model 1921 AC Thompson

Attractive specimen of the most iconic profile American sub-machine gun. Unmarked Cutts compensator with typical Colt address on left side of receiver. Upper and lower assemblies match serial number. Appropriate Lyman rear sight. Anchor mark present

Lot: 5 - (N) Extremely Low Number Colt 1921A Thompson

Absolutely stunning in appearance, this is one of the earliest manufactured Thompson machine guns to surface for public sale in the last decade. Matching numbered upper and lower receiver with absolutely clear markings throughout. Lyman rear sight.

Lot: 6 - (N) Absolutely Fantastic H&K Multi-Caliber Auto

Absolutely stunning Heckler & Koch Model 21E heavy barreled host gun with four position semi-automatic trigger pack, with an accompanying "All-Tech" registered three-position auto sear pack registered in .308 with additional configuration

Lot: 7 - (N) Highly Sought DWM 1898 Argentine Brass Maxim

Very attractive DWM manufactured Argentine Brass Maxim machine gun on original tripod. Tripod is serial number 170. Currently it has an 8mm German Maxim barrel (serial No. 9673 with Nazi proof) and an Imperial German proofed lock (serial No. 4094).

Lot: 8 - (N) Desirable Colt U.S. Navy 21/28 Overstamp

Attractive Colt Thompson marked on left side "US Navy Model of 1928", with overstamped "8" over "1" with typical other receiver markings with added Danville, Virginia Police department markings on left side of receiver over chamber. This indicates

Lot: 9 - (N) Highly Sought Fleming Registered H&K Auto-Sear

Most popular H&K combination of a four position auto-sear pack registered by Fleming in 9mm with additional configuration calibers .223 & .308. Tab & slot attachment at front of receiver with push-pin at rear with one piece buttstock.

Lot: 10 - (N) Absolutely Fantastic Swiss MG-11 Maxim Machine

Absolutely fantastic Swiss MG-11 Maxim Machine gun mounted with Kern telescopic sight. Also includes Swiss tripod, belt loader, Zeiss optic sight in original leather case, ammunition box with 250 round metal belt, water can with hose, gunners tool

Lot: 11 - (N) Minty & Highly Sought After Maremont M60

Absolutely stellar example of the US M60 machine gun in its classic configuration. It includes three barrels total, one spare top cover, two grip assemblies, two spare bipod legs, two barrel bags, five cardboard ammo boxes with carrying bags, one

Lot: 12 - (N) Ever Popular Fleming Registered H&K 3 Position

Fleming registered three position selector auto-sear pack with tab and slot front attachment point and push-pin rear fastener on H&K MP5 host gun serial No. 43-15498. Current registration form indicates caliber as 9mm with "Additional

Lot: 13 - (N) Fantastic Machine Gun Platform Fleming

Fantastic tactical machine gun with Fleming four position ambidextrous selector sear pack with tab and slot front attachment and push-pin rear attachment on DF89K host gun serial number CC1-00048. Vertical fore grip and folding composite buttstock

Lot: 14 - (N) Extremely Rare Chinese Model T-24 Maxim

Extremely rare original Chinese Type 24 Maxim machine gun on original Chinese tripod, with AA spider sight. Immediately recognizable with its reversed (depending on your point of view) Swastika on fusee cover and top cover, the Chinese Type 24 maxim

Lot: 15 - (N) Outstanding Condition Auto-Ordnance Bridgeport

Superb condition U.S. Property marked M1A1 Thompson. Serial number on left side of receiver does not match number at bottom of trigger guard forward of handgrip. Typical proof marks on left side of receiver forward of magazine well with "P" proof at

Lot: 16 - (N) Outstanding Condition Colt M16A1 MAchine Gun

Classic M16A1 with bird cage flash hider, triangular hand guards and composite furnishings. Typical Colt markings with Rampant Colt logo on left side of receiver as well as M16A1 designation. Includes two 30 round and two 20 round aluminum magazines

Lot: 17 - (N) Beautiful Green Parkerized Finish Auto Ordance

Superb example of the Auto Ordinance Bridgeport M1 Thompson complete with Lyman adjustable rear sight, Thompson bullet logo on top of receiver as well as on Cutts compensator. Number on metal of grip frame "1124" does not match receiver serial

Lot: 18 - (N) Tyrol Registered Colt AR15 SP1 Machine Gun

Fine original Colt AR15 SP1 with typical markings on left side of receiver as registered by Tyrol Sport Arms Company. Birds cage flash hider bayonet lug, short round handguards, and telescoping buttstock. No forward assist present. Also features a

Lot: 19 - (N) Phoenix Armory Registered Sendra Corporation

Versatile M16 clone machine gun made with a Sendra Corp receiver as registered by Phoenix Armory, Inc. This fully transferable machine gun although registered in .223 currently has a .22 LR conversion kit installed in it. No .22 magazines are

Lot: 20 - (N) Fabulous Condition Desert Ordnance Registered

Stellar condition fully transferable Australian FN-FAL L1A1 Machine Gun as registered by Desert Ordnance. This rifle is marked on left side "RIFLE 7.62 MM LI.AI. A" with a final "A" faintly hand struck. Braod arrow proof mark below Australian proof

Lot: 21 - (N) Classic WWII Era Savage Manufactured 1928 A1

Arsenal refinished Savage manufactured Thompson Model 1928 A1 with Rock Island Armory markings in addition to flaming bomb ordinance mark on left side of receiver. Also marked "P O L" on left side of receiver over chamber. Typical Auto Ordnance

Lot: 22 - (N) Fine Olympic Arms Registered M16 Clone with

Lower assembly marked Olympic Arms with "SGW" Logo with "SAWinc" marking added on receiver well. Registration form indicates "additional configuration caliber 9mm". Model is "CAR-AR" and so marked on left side of magazine well. Exhibits the desirable

Lot: 23 - (N) RAMO REGISTERED SIDE PLATE BROWNING 1919 A4

Extremely fine Ramo Browning 1919 machine gun fitted with contemporary spade handles on M2 mount with T&E mechanism. Also included one 1919 A6 barrel, three 1919 A4 barrels, barrel shroud, carrying handle, barrel extension, booster bearing, blank

Lot: 24 - (N) Exceedingly Fine West Hurley Model 1928

Fine condition low serial number specimen as manufactured by Auto Ordnance Corporation in West Hurley, New York. Classic Cutts compensator with Thompson bullet logo on top of compensator, with logo also forward of rear sight. Typical right and left

Lot: 25 - (N) High Condition DLO Registered Sideplate

Fine example of a Browning 1919 A4 made up of parts on a DLO registered side plate. Pistol grip is of the all metal type. Includes contemporary spade grip assembly, 1919 A6 booster, cover, carrying handle, 3 1919 A4 barrels one each in caliber

Lot: 26 - (N) Outstanding High Condition Fabrique Nationale

Very fine FN-C with typical FN-Herstal and Steyr Secaucus markings with "GUN SOUTH INC, BIRMINGHAM, AL" on left side of receiver. Otherwise a very straightforward specimen with flash hider, swing swivels, flip up sights, and spring dust cover at

Lot: 27 - (N) Weapons Specialties Registered Bolt in UZI

Registered fully automatic bolt in Action Arms / IMI- Israel Uzi Model A host gun with twelve magazines. selector is marked "D E S" to appeal to the German user. Top cover incorporates a Burris fast fire sight system in addition to its traditional

Lot: 28 - (N) B&G Machine Registered Machine Gun Bolt in UZI

This is an Action Arms / IMI-Israel Uzi model B host gun fitted with a B&G machine registered machine gun bolt. Host gun is serial number SA 53270. Registered bolt serial number clearly visible at ejection port with bolt closed. Receiver number

Lot: 29 - (N) Pair Consecutively Serial Numbered Government

This lot is a pair of COLT manufactured consecutive serial numbered clandestine operations "Any Other Weapon" Palm pistols. These were manufactured by "Colt's Weapons Division" in 1972 and are so marked on the side of each. Model designation is

Lot: 30 - (N) Fleming Registered Auto Sear in Minty Action

Action Arms Uzi Machine gun with Fleming registered auto sear Mint in original plastic box with cardboard sleeve. Accessories include one 25 round magazine, takedown key, sling, Israel Military Industries (IMI) / Action Arms Ltd. marked manual, as

Lot: 31 - (N) Extremely Fine Blued Ruger AC 556K Machine Gun

Very popular model of the Ruger AC 556 as it can be compactly stored for transportation. Includes one web sling, no mag present. Originally designed for US Navy and the civilian market. Ruger found an unexpectedly vibrant market for this model in

Lot: 32 - (N) Transferable Marble's Game Getter with

This is the Model 1921 made from 1921 to 1942. Has the old sheet metal folding stock, walnut grips, blued finish, rear slot flip-up peep sight, case colored hammer. Pistol has some high edge wear and still retains 97% factory blue. Grips are

Lot: 33 - Utterly Fantastic Grouping of Rare & Desirable

A tremendous grouping of highly desirable Thompson parts which includes the following Thompson Cases: one Police Case (original), one FBI Case(reproduction), one FBI case with cleaning rod (reproduction), one Police Case (reproduction), and three FBI

Lot: 34 - (C) Rare Savage Arms Model 1907 U.S. Trials

All the information on this pistol has been obtained from the book "Savage Pistols' by Bailey Brower Jr. His research states that a total of 288 pistols were manufactured to supply for testing to the U.S. Government looking for a contract. Several

Lot: 35 - (C) Cased 1902 Luger Carbine Semi-Automatic

The 1902 Luger Carbine was manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. for commercial sales in Germany and abroad. Designed as a sporting weapon with a detachable buttstock. It was favored by Kaiser Wilhelm. The front contoured stock

Lot: 36 - (C) Colt Transition Model 1911 U.S. Army

In 1924, a single run of 10,000 pistols were manufactured for the United States government; this was the first order of the new Model 1911A1, making it one of the shortest productions years for U.S. Army contract pistols. In addition to the new

Lot: 37 - (C) Webley-Fosbery Self-Cocking Semi-Automatic

This world-famous revolver is probably most remembered today for its appearance in the Humphrey Bogart movie "The Maltese Falcon". It was one of the first ever automatic six shot revolvers. It has the Model 1902 separate sideplates and cylinder.

Lot: 38 - (C) Very Rare & Desirable Springfield Model 1903

Original front sight band with two holes and narrow blade with original sheet metal sight cover. It has a 1902 style rear sight that has the 1904 peep attachment and usual chamber markings. Mounted in a one piece walnut stock with grasping grooves

Lot: 39 - (C) Factory Engraved Winchester Model 1895 Rifle

Factory engraved with dual vignettes of games scenes. Left has a bounding Dall sheep surrounded by a chiseled border and traditional arabesque scrolls with additional scroll filled border. The right side is more elaborately embellished with a

Lot: 40 - (C) Massive WWI German Mauser 1918 T-Gewehr

Humongous T-Gewehr anti-tank rifle made by Mauser-Werke, Oberndorf in 1918 to counter newly developed Allied tanks. The T-Gewehr was essentially a single shot, upsized Mauser 98 but was the first of its kind officially adopted and used in the last

Lot: 41 - (C) Desirable Holland & Holland .375 Express

This model was manufactured 1907-1911. Long considered by collectors to be the finest bolt action sporting rifle ever produced at a factory. This rifle is manufactured prior to World War I. The cartridge itself was invented in 1905, based on a 2-1/2"

Lot: 42 - (C) Winchester Model 61 "Routledge" Smoothbore

SHOT ONLY marked barrel with bead front sight, matted receiver with offset proof, and proper gallery pattern magazine tube. Muzzle measures .400 internally. Appropriately 75 of these rare smooth bores where produced. Two piece walnut stocks with 17

Lot: 43 - (C) Fine Deluxe Winchester Model 1894 Rifle

This fine, full deluxe Winchester 1894 rifle features half octagon-half round barrel, checkered pistol grip and forearm, and takedown. The 1894 was not commonly ordered with special barrel features. The fact that this rifle is a full takedown deluxe

Lot: 44 - (C) Exceptional Winchester Model 1885 Deluxe

Manufactured 1907. This special order Model 1885 features the scarce full heavy No. 4 octagon barrel, blued frame, pistol grip, set trigger, deluxe high gloss checkered walnut stock with cheek piece and plated Swiss buttplate. Sights include hooded

Lot: 45 - (C) U.S. Springfield Model 1922 .30 Heavy Barrel

In reading the fine article by William R. Hansen in the September 2016 magazine entitled "U.S. Martial Arms Collector" published by Martial Arms expert Wayne Gagner, he writes, "...after rare, what comes next?" This is a fair question given the

Lot: 46 - (C) Deluxe Winchester Model 61 .22 Magnum Slide

Round barrel with sporting blade front sight and sporting rear sight, Winchester address and "22 MAGNUM" marking on left side of barrel, grooved receiver with special order "WINCHESTER " trademark on left side of receiver, and outstanding deluxe

Lot: 47 - (C) Rare & Desirable Springfield Armory Model 1903

Gun retains a pleasing metal color overall with 40% original blue. All markings are clear. Receiver made in 1905 by serial number. "SA 05" marked barrel. Early bolt with no markings on the bottom of the safety lug. No-bolt finger groove stock. Large

Lot: 48 - (M) Merkel Model 140-2 Double Rifle .470 Nitro

Shoe lump barrels are fitted with full length matted rib, mid-portion milled away forming quarter rib and front ramp. A one standing one folding leaf U-notch rear sight and silver bead sourdough front have been installed. Milled out portion of

Lot: 49 - (C) Holland & Holland Mauser .375 Magnum Bolt

Classic Holland & Holland big game rifle in THE classic caliber has tapered round barrel fitted with matted, quarter rib holding one standing, and one folding leaf express rear sight. It also has partially sleeved-on sling eye and sleeved-on

Lot: 50 - (C) Deluxe Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action

Full deluxe takedown rifle with half octagon barrel, half magazine, blue and case color finishes, sporting front sight, factory installed two leaf express sight, Lyman tang sight and checkered pistol grip stocks with crescent butt. Varnished two

Lot: 51 - (C) Winchester Model 1886 .45-90 Caliber Extra

Features rapid taper round barrel with sporting blade front sight and slot filler in rear slot, half magazine, takedown configuration, all blue finish overall, Climbin' Lyman side sight, hard rubber Winchester shotgun buttplate. These extra

Lot: 52 - (C) Extremely Rare High Original Condition Late

This superb big bore Parker has Parker special steel barrels, full length matted top rib with twin white beads, double triggers, extractors, auto-safety, No. 3 frame. Unstruck barrel weight of 5lbs. Capped pistol grip buttstock is checkered in three

Lot: 53 - (C) Rare 10 Gauge DHE Parker Bros. SXS Shotgun

With an estimated production of 45 (31 with 32" barrels), this gun can certainly be classified as rare. All correct factory markings are on matted rib, barrel flats and lump. No. 3 frame features automatic safety and nickel-plated double triggers.

Lot: 54 - (C) Exceptionally Fine High Original Condition

This exceedingly rare and magnificently engraved gun, one of only 17 A-3’s made by Hunter Arms Co, and listed in L. C. SMITH SHOTGUNS by William S. Brophy (15 in 12 gauge, all but one with 30" barrels), was shipped Feb. 12, 1901 (per factory

Lot: 55 - (C) Exceptional L.C. Smith 12 Gauge Deluxe Grade

This top of the line custom ordered shotgun has every option available from the factory at its time. It has 32" Whitworth steel barrels, with raised, matted, flat, ventilated rib. Rear portion is engraved “MADE TO ORDER BY THE Hunter Arms Co Inc

Lot: 56 - (C) Rare L.C. Smith Grade 5E 20 Gauge Game Gun.

A rare L.C. Smith small bore that has fluid steel barrels with tapered matted top rib which has single brass front bead. Rib is inscribed "Made to order by the Hunter Arms Co. Fulton, NY" on top with gold bar at breech ends and engraved extension.

Lot: 57 - (C) Mate to Roy Rogers' 12 Bore, A 20 Bore Custom

According to Cody Firearms Museum records this gun was completed January 1968 for cowboy movie hero, Roy Rogers, with name plate engraved with his wife's name, "Dale" which is also in gold on grip cap. Two sets of 28" barrels ("1" and "2") marked on

Lot: 58 - (C) One Of The Most Iconic Model 21 Winchesters

According to Cody Firearms Museum records this gun was completed January 1968 for cowboy movie hero, Roy Rogers, with name plate engraved with his name. 28" and 30" Barrels have raised matted ventilated ribs, marked "CUSTOM BUILT BY WINCHESTER FOR

Lot: 59 - (M) Sensational Brace of Famars Veneri Sidelock

Gun (A) has a full length matted top rib with brass front bead. Top of left tube is marked "Armi Famars" and there is a band of engraving at the breech. Barrel flats marked with proof stamps, serial number, and date code; and rear lump with the names

Lot: 60 - (M) The Finale of "Set for Life" a Pair of Piotti

In order to be "Set For Life" one might entertain doing some driven shooting in Scotland, and of course would need a matched pair. These guns are engraved "I" and "II" on rear portions of ribs, top levers, and forend tips. They have well struck 28"

Lot: 61 - (M) Superb Piotti King 1 Sidelock Ejector .410

Well struck barrels with slightly raised matted game rib are engraved "Flli PIOTTI ITALY" on side of left barrel. Barrel flats are stamped with 1996 Italian nitro proofs; bottoms of barrels with chambers, importer, and model. Coin finished sidelock

Lot: 62 - (M) Second Gun in the Series "Set For Life" 28

Well struck barrels with slightly raised matted game rib are engraved "Flli PIOTTI ITALY" on side of left barrel. Barrel flats are stamped with 1997 Italian nitro proofs; bottoms of barrels stamped with chambers, importer, and model. Coin finished

Lot: 63 - (M) Third in the Series "Set For Life" Piotti King

Well struck barrels with slightly raised matted game rib are engraved "Flli PIOTTI ITALY" on side of left barrel. Barrel flats are stamped with 1997 Italian nitro proofs; bottoms of barrels stamped with chambers, importer, and model. Coin finished

Lot: 64 - (C) Exceedingly Rare (Approximately 60 Estimated)

With 60 .410 DHE's estimated by THE PARKER STORY, this scarce gun also matches all specifications listed in the Parker Identification and Serialization ledger. It has 26" barrels as do nearly all but one of the estimated total. They are marked with

Lot: 65 - (C) Truly Superb and Rare 20 Gauge Parker BHE

28" Acme steel barrels have unmarked matted rib. Barrel flats are stamped with all correct markings with "A" for steel type, along with Parker overload proofs, and '50's vintage Remington repair code "CRR" (?). Splinter is of reinforced type. 0 Frame

Lot: 66 - (C) Exceptionally Rare and Desirable 28 Gauge

All 28 bore Parkers are scarce, those of any grade higher than "V" especially so. THE PARKER STORY estimates that a total of 91 28-gauge GH Parkers were made with Parker steel barrels. Only 18 were 28". This example remains in excellent original

Lot: 67 - (M) CSMC Model 21 Grand American Baby Frame 28

This superb scaled down next to top of the line offering from Connecticut Shotgun has two sets (.410 and 28 gauge) of 28" barrels with slightly raised matted ribs. Model and gauge information is on top left barrels, and breeches are engraved with

Lot: 68 - (C) Custom 20 Gauge Winchester Model 21 Grand

Two sets of 28" barrels, one choked IC and mod, the other mod and full, are marked "CUSTOM BUILT BY WINCHESTER" in milled out portion of slightly raised matted ribs. There are 3" triangles of scroll engraving at breech ends. Engine turned barrel

Lot: 69 - (M) Scarce Parker Reproduction A1 Special 4 Barrel

20 Gauge, 26" and 28" Barrels by Winchester are gold inlaid "1" and "2" with later unmarked 28" 16 and 28 gauge barrels. 0 Frame. The 20 gauge barrels have 3" triangles of well cut scroll on breech ends, and engine turned flats with proofs. 26"

Lot: 70 - (C) Scarce 20 Bore L.C. Smith Eagle Grade Ejector

One of 76 20 gauge Eagle Grades produced, this scarce gun was completed in August 1920, and shipped on August 30th, 1924 to William Read & Sons, Boston, according to L. C. Smith letter. It has 28" barrels with concave, matted rib. Tops of barrels

Lot: 71 - (C) Rare High Condition 16 Gauge Parker "DHE"

Fitted with original raised ventilated rib (listed in Serialization ledger) which is marked with Meriden Parker address and "Titanic" steel. Barrel flats and lumps are stamped with all correct markings and proofs. Number 1 case hardened frame

Lot: 72 - (C) High Original Condition L.C. Smith Crown Grade

Fewer than 900 Crown grade L. C. Smith's were made, and they are hard to find in good condition. This very attractive example has 28" barrels engraved "L. C. SMITH CROWN GRADE" and "MADE TO ORDER BY THE Hunter Arms Co, FULTON, N.Y." There are 1-1/2"

Lot: 73 - (M) Early Ivo Fabbri Sidelock Ejector Piccione

28" Chopper lump barrels fitted with slightly raised flat matted rib, are engraved "Armi Fabbri. Brecia. MADE IN ITALY" on side of left barrel, and "MADE ESPECIALLY FOR DOROTHY MARTIN" on right. Barrel flats are stamped with 1958 Italian nitro proofs

Lot: 74 - (M) Attractive Piotti "MONOCO 3" Sidelock Ejector

This obviously custom made set that is not importer marked, features two sets, 25-5/8" and 28-3/8" chopper lump barrels engraved "FLLI PIOTTI GARDONE V.T." on slightly raised file matted ribs. Barrel flats are stamped with 2000 Italian nitro proofs

Lot: 75 - (M) Very Rare and Nicely Finished '70's Vintage

Top of the Beretta line, at the time this gun was made, this custom creation has 28" mono-bloc barrels fitted with flat matted ventilated rib. Left side of top barrel is engraved "P. Beretta - ITALY". Sides of mono-bloc are engine turned and bottom

Lot: 76 - (M) Exceptionally Fine Abbiatico & Salvinelli 20

Finely struck demi-bloc barrels fitted, with slightly raised solid matted rib, are engraved “Abbiatico & Salvinelli” on top left. Barrel flats are stamped with 2008 Italian nitro proofs. Coin finished low profile over-under action

Lot: 77 - (M) Cased Perazzi Model MX28 SCO/C 28 Bore Over

This superb small bore features mono-bloc barrels are fitted with narrow, matted, ventilated rib and set up for interchangeable chokes. "Perazzi BRESCIA MADE IN ITALY" is marked on left, import mark on right. Coin finished, low profile over-under

Lot: 78 - (C) Early Boss Under-Over Sidelock Ejector Single

28" Demi-bloc barrels fitted with flat matted ventilated rib are engraved "Boss & Co 13 Dover Street, Piccadilly, London W." on left side. Rib has lunate extension. Barrel flats are stamped with London proofs for 2-1/2" chambers. Low profile,

Lot: 79 - (M) Near New Original Condition Churchill Premiere

This gorgeous gun has chopper lump barrels fitted with low profile Churchill rib are engraved "Churchill (Gunmakers) Ltd." and "61 Pall Mall, St. James’s, London, England" on tops. There are 1" triangles of well cut scrollwork at breech ends.

Lot: 80 - (M) 28 Bore CSMC Model 21-6 Shotgun.

Bbls with raised ventilated rib are marked "MODEL 21 - CSM - TRADEMARK - 28 GAUGE 2-3/4" on top of left barrel, front ivory bead. Bottoms of barrels and engine turned flats are marked with all pertinent information including chokes of "full" and

Lot: 81 - (C) Fine Original Condition 8 Bore Parker GH

This great old big bore Parker matches all specifications in Serialization ledger, and has 36" fine Damascus barrels. All correct markings are on flats including an unstruck weight of 8 lbs 7 oz. (They presently weigh 8 lbs 2 oz). "PARKER BROS MAKERS

Lot: 82 - (C) Rare Parker DHE 20 Gauge with Original 32"

There is no more in vogue American shotgun than a small gauge Parker with 32" Titanic Steel Barrels. No. 0 frame with unstruck barrel weight of 3lbs. 8 oz. Full length matted top rib with steel front bead. Usual rib inscription. Double triggers,

Lot: 83 - (M) High Art Perazzi 12 Gauge SCO/C Over-Under

Mono-bloc barrels are fitted with narrow, matted, ventilated rib. “Perazzi BRESCIA MADE IN ITALY” is marked on left of barrel. Bottom of mono-bloc is stamped with 2002 Italian nitro proofs and with serial number, as well as importers name

Lot: 84 - (M) Perazzi SCO Mirage Target Shotgun with Relief

Mono-bloc barrels with slightly raised ventilated rib and ventilated side ribs, have Perazzi information and gold inlaid "Mirage" on top portion of mono-bloc. Barrel flats are stamped with 1974 Italian nitro proofs for 2-3/4" chambers. Barrels are

Lot: 85 - (C) Huge Parker Bros.8 Bore "E" Hammerless

This big gun is not listed in the serialization ledger however it was made in a run of 8 bores. The serial number preceding this was another No. 2 grade 8 bore, but with 34" twist barrels. This gun has 36" barrels marked with Parkers famous name and

Lot: 86 - (C) Fantastic Model 1894 Engraved Winchester

Tapered round barrel takedown with gold band at breech, blued forearm cap, takedown collar with gold band, receiver and a No. 4 style engraving, with "D" style checkered and carved wood, engraved hammer, lever and trigger, barrel on breech end is

Lot: 87 - (C) Extraordinarily Rare Original Crate of 10

This original crate of ten 1895 Winchester Saddle Ring Carbines chambered for .30-40 Krag are in a unbelievable state of preservation. Believed to one of two remaining crates in existence. These Winchesters where discovered by the late Herb Glass Sr.

Lot: 88 - (C) Elegant Ulrich Engraved Winchester 1895 Lever

Tapered round barrel chambered for .30-Gov't-06 cartridge, Lyman blade front sight with elevator adjustable rear sight with checkered sides, two piece highly figured American walnut stocks with factory "B" relief carving at wrist and forearm and hard

Lot: 89 - (C) Magnificent Winchester Model 1894 Factory

Half round-half octagon barrel, fully matted, Marble front sight with adjustable flip up bead, rear sight is a flat top sporting. Proof mark is off to the left on the left flat of the barrel and also proof marked on left side of receiver as top part

Lot: 90 - (C) Sublime Original & Unaltered Springfield 1903

Possibly the finest example of the Springfield Model 1903 rod bayonet rifle ever to be offered for sale. Correct and original as issued in every respect. including but not limited too, first pattern full length unmarked blue finish .30-03 barrel with

Lot: 91 - (C) Only Known Factory Engraved Deluxe Winchester

Carbine length round barrel with fixed carbine front sight and folding military carbine rear sight. Receiver is masterfully engraved in to what amounts as a full coverage of tight scroll and vines with a floral arabesque. Bordered by an elongated

Lot: 92 - (C) Prime Winchester Model 1886 Extra Lightweight

Round barrel, half-magazine with blued forend cap, blued receiver, case colored hammer lever with a Nitre blued trigger, blued steel buttplate, mounted with deluxe wood with checkering and sling eye on bottom of stock and also attached to bottom of

Lot: 93 - (C) Fabulous & Rare Winchester Model 1894 Musket

Musket length full round barrel with address marking in between back and middle barrel bands. Also marked "NICKEL STEEL BARREL / SPECIALLY FOR SMOKELESS POWDER" below rear barrel sight. Comes with three barrel bands and sling swivel attached to

Lot: 94 - (C) Magnificent Winchester Model 1892 Deluxe

Standard two line address and 3/4 magazine. Forearm cap is blued. Receiver is blued with initials on left side of "GEL". Right side of receiver also blued with a dark Nitre blue loading gate. Hammer is case colored, lever is case colored and trigger

Lot: 95 - (C) Fantastic Winchester Model 1886 Deluxe Rifle

Full octagon barrel, top flat is matted, sporting a beaded front sight and a flat top rear sight. It is a takedown with half magazine. Forearm cap is blued. Receiver is blued. Loading gate is a high Nitre blue. Hammer and lever are case colored,

Lot: 96 - (C) Prime Takedown .405 Winchester Model 1895 "The

Round barrel with ramped bead front sporting sight and semi-buckhorn elevator adjustable rear sight. Traditional two line Winchester address with ".405 WCF" chamber marking. Takedown configuration with blue finish overall including hammer, lever and

Lot: 97 - (C) Outstanding Winchester Model 1892 .44-40 WCF

Round barrel with military style sights, caliber marking is between rear barrel sight and rear barrel band. Proof marked top of barrel next to receiver and on top of receiver. All wood is American straight grain walnut. Comes with three barrel bands.

Lot: 98 - (C) Stellar Winchester 1895 .30-06 Musket with

Musket length round barrel with military blade type front sight and folding military rear sight graduated to 2000 yards. Commercial Winchester blue finish overall including band, buttplate hammer and lever. Receiver bridge marked .30-Gov't-06. Two

Lot: 99 - (C) Exceptional Winchester Model 1894 Semi-Deluxe

Round barrel with half magazine, blued forearm cap, blued receiver, blued hammer and lever. It is a takedown. Stock is two piece American straight grain walnut with pistol grip and "I" style of checkering. Comes with had rubber pistol grip cap with

Lot: 100 - (C) Fine Documented Deluxe Winchester Model 1895

Tapered octagon barrel with sporting front sight and elevator adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight, two piece highly figured American walnut stocks with checkered forearms and straight checkered crescent buttstock, blue finish overall with case

Lot: 101 - (C) Pristine Winchester Model 1894 .38-55 Rifle

Round barrel with traditional sporting front sights and elevator adjustable buckhorn rear sight, blued magazine tube, trigger, forend cap and receiver; case colored hammer with a light drag line on right side; lever is case colored. Comes with two

Lot: 102 - (C) Superb Near Pristine Winchester Model 1892

Round barrel, standard sights, half magazine, case colored hammer and lever with a blued trigger and receiver. Standard two piece American straight grain walnut stocks with crescent buttplate that is vividly case colored. A fine Model 92 rifle in

Lot: 103 - (C) Late Production Deluxe Winchester 1894

Round barrel with a build up ramp front sight and a flat top sporting rear sight. Barrel and receiver are Winchester proof marked. Comes with a five shot magazine which is one cartridge longer than a half magazine. Blued forend cap, blued receiver

Lot: 104 - (A) Extraordinary, Rare & Important Ulrich Relief

Exceptional Model 66 with engraving so special and rare as to be completely unique in its presentation. Rifle has a 24-1/4" octagon barrel, full magazine, half nickel front sight and the scarce 900 yard musket style ladder rear sight with tension

Lot: 105 - (A) Magnificent & Outstanding Winchester Model

Full octagon barrel with full magazine, marked on top flat in script "ONE OF ONE THOUSAND" and so verified by numerous factory letters. Has silver bands in the engraving around breech and muzzle ends of barrels. Case colored forearm cap attached with

Lot: 106 - (A) Magnificent 1860 Henry Factory Engraved &

Barrel is marked with Henry pattern "OCT 16, 1860 / MANUFACT'D BY NEW HAVEN ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN CT.". Comes equipped with a rosewood stock mounted with sling swivel on right side. Right side of stock and right side of barrel and one swing attachment

Lot: 107 - (A) Fabulous Winchester Model 1866 Rifle Deep

Full octagon barrel with "WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN CT. / KINGS IMPROVEMENT PATENT MARCH 28, 1866 OCTOBER 16, 1860". Full magazine, engraved forearm cap has a sling eye mounted in nose cap and a sling eye mounted on bottom of stock.

Lot: 108 - (A) Magnificent Henry 1860 Rifle Engraved & Silver

This is an important example of an exhibition quality factory engraved and silver finished Henry rifle. Octagon barrel is roll stamped "HENRY'S PATTERN DATE OCT 16, 1860 / MANUFACT'D BY THE NEW HAVEN ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN, CT". Hammer is case colored as

Lot: 109 - (A) Fantastic Model 1866 Engraved Rifle with Gold

Full octagon barrel, full magazine, forearm cap is gold plated has sling swivel attached, receiver is engraved and gold plated. The Ulrich engraved frame, buttplate, and forearm cap is done with distinctive flavor. Even to the panel scenes and

Lot: 110 - (A) Exceptional J. Ulrich Signed Winchester 1873

This outstanding 1873 First Model rifle with octagon barrel chambered for the .44-40 cartridge is factory engraved to the highest degree and finished in silver and mounted with exhibition Grade II piece American walnut stocks. Profusely engraved with

Lot: 111 - (A) Fantastic Factory Documented Winchester Model

Full octagon barrel with matted to flat, half magazine. Comes with a sporting ramp front sight and a flat top sporting rear sight. These sit on top of a full matted barrel with the two line address also on top flat. Comes with case colored forend

Lot: 112 - (A) Outstanding Winchester Model 1876 .50 Express

Full octagon barrel with a half magazine. Case colored forearm cap, case colored receiver, thumbprint dust cover that reads "WINCHESTER EXPRESS / 50 CAL. 95 GRS". Receiver is also case colored. Stock is of a "XX" American walnut. Standard checkering

Lot: 113 - (A) Sublime New HAven Arms Model 1860 Henry Rifle

Octagon barrel with bold two line "HENRY'S PATENT OCT 16 1860 MANUFACTURED BY THE NEW HAVEN ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN CT". Nickel silver square back front sight. Folding staff rear sight graduated to 900 yards with serial number 12833 behind sight. Sling

Lot: 114 - (A) Fabulous Antique Engraved Winchester Model

Round barrel, full magazine with barrel having engraving on breech end only and gold banded. Forend cap is engraved and also has a gold band. Forward and back positions of receiver have gold bands. Comes factory engraved with a "B" style carved wood

Lot: 115 - (A) Exceptional Engraved Volcanic 16-1/2" Carbine

Manufactured 1856 through 1860. Full octagon barrel with integral magazine tube attached. Address reads on barrel as "THE VOLCANIC REPEATING ARMS COMPANY PATENT NEW HAVEN CONN. FEB 14, 1854". Brass frame with engraving on left and right sides. Gold

Lot: 116 - (A) Fabulous Winchester Model 1866 Rifle (1872).

Full octagon barrel marked with "WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS NEW HAVEN CT / KINGS IMPROVEMENT PATENT MARCH 29, 1866 OCTOBER 16, 1860". Front sight is standard front sight with a 900 ladder rear sight. Forearm cap sports a sling swivel as does the

Lot: 117 - (A) Superb Martially Marked Henry Rifle.

Manufactured 1863. Henry rolled die marking on barrel is deep and very legible. Serial number on top flat between rear barrel sight and receiver. Sight is marked with 900 yard ladder. Magazine is integrated with barrel. Full brass receiver. First

Lot: 118 - (A) Rare & Desirable Winchester Model 1886 .45-90

Carbine length barrel with two line new Haven address, carbine front sight and folding carbine rear sight. Case colored receiver hammer, lever and crescent buttplate. Mounted with XXX highly figured crotch walnut stocks checkered in the "H" pattern

Lot: 119 - (A) Ultra Rare Winchester Model 1894 .32-40 Case

Full octagon barrel, takedown with full magazine. Case color forearm cap, receiver, hammer, lever, trigger and buttplate. Looks to be at least one X wood with stock with also one X wood on forearm. Back of stock marked with Assembly No. 1863 as is

Lot: 120 - (A) Extremely Fine New Haven Arms 16" Volcanic

Manufactured from 1857 through 1860. The New Haven Arms Company produced less than 1,000 lever action carbines in total. This example with its 16-1/2" octagon barrel with two line barrel address. Nickel silver blade front sight. Brass receiver with

Lot: 121 - (A) Splendid Engraved Winchester Model 1876 Deluxe

Full octagon barrel with full magazine. Comes with a standard two line barrel address of "WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS NEW HAVEN CT / KINGS IMPROVEMENT PATENT MARCH 29, 1866 AND OCTOBER 16, 1860". Rifle comes equipped with "XXX" wood and assembly number

Lot: 122 - (A) Rare Full Stock 1st Model 1886 Winchester

Round carbine barrel with standard two line marking chambered for the .40-82 WCF cartridge. Forearm cap is blued. Barrel band is blued. Left side receiver is case colored. Comes with the carbine stud and ring in place. Wood is straight grained

Lot: 123 - (A) Fine Early Engraved Winchester Model 1895

Tapered round barrel chambered for the .30 US Army cartridge (.30-40). Style VIII or $14.00 engraved with dual game scenes of a pair of caribou running with a forest scene in background. This vignette is bordered by a scroll and arabesque foliate and

Lot: 124 - (A) Magnificent Winchester Model 1866 Deluxe Rifle

Full octagon barrel marked with "WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN CT. / KINGS IMPROVEMENT PATENTED MARCH 29, 1866 OCTOBER 16, 1860". Magazine is of a half style type. Standard front sight with a reverse rear sight. Brass frame with medium

Lot: 125 - (A) Superior Documented Winchester Model 1873

Full octagon barrel with half magazine. Forearm cap is case colored as is receiver, hammer, lever, and trigger. Mounted with a fancy highly figured grade of American walnut with "H" style checkering both on stock and forearm. Trapdoor in buttstock

Lot: 126 - (A) Fantastic As New Winchester Model 1876 .45-60

Round carbine barrel with standard two line barrel address. Standard front and 1876 marked rear sight for carbine. Comes with one barrel band and a forearm cap that is blued. Receiver is blued with carbine stud and ring in place. Blued dust cover

Lot: 127 - (A) Splendid British Proofed Winchester Model 1886

Round barrel with beaded front sight and Express three leaf rear sight. Top of barrel marked "50EX" next to receiver. Standard two line address at right top of barrel. Forearm cap is case colored. Receiver is case colored. Loading gate is of high

Lot: 128 - (A) Antique Factory Engraved Winchester Model 1895

Half octagon rapid taper barrel. Dual game scene engraved with vignette of whitetail deer with forest scene in background surrounded by intertwined scrolls and floral arabesque. Chiseled rope border with small scrolls and border outlining tang and

Lot: 129 - (A) Fantastic Winchester First Model 1873 Rifle

Round barrel with full magazine. Forearm cap blued which retains a sling swivel as does bottom of the stock. Receiver is blued, dust cover is blued, and loading gate is a bright nitre blue. Case colored hammer, lever and trigger. Mounted with a

Lot: 130 - (A) Magnificent Documented Winchester First Model

Full octagon barrel with full magazine and rolled die address on barrel that reads "WINCHESTERS REPEATING ARM NEW HAVEN, CT / KINGS IMPROVEMENT PATENTED MARCH 29, 1866 OCTOBER 16, 1860". Forearm cap is case colored. Receiver is case colored. Oval

Lot: 131 - (A) Exceptional Winchester Model 1873 .38-40

Full octagon barrel with full magazine. Forearm cap is case colored. Receiver is case colored, dust cover is blued and hammer, lever, and trigger is case colored as is the buttplate. Upper tang has a thick base mid-range veneer tang sight. Stock is

Lot: 132 - (A) Stunningly Pristine Winchester Model 1886

Full octagon barrel with sporting front sight and elevator adjustable rear sight. Full magazine. Two piece American straight grained walnut stocks finished with factory varnish and crescent butt. Vivid case colored receiver with matching case colors

Lot: 133 - (A) Outstanding Winchester Model 1873 Half

Full octagon barrel with a standard German silver blade insert front sight and buckhorn rear sight with serrated edges. Magazine is of a half magazine type. Forearm cap blued, receiver blued with a high nitre blued loading gate. Dust cover is blued.

Lot: 134 - (A) EXCEPTIONAL WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 DELUXE IN A

Features full octagon barrel, half magazine, beaded front sight, case colored forearm cap, case colored receiver with blue nitre loading gate, case colored hammer and lever with blued trigger. Comes with a correct and period tang sight. Comes

Lot: 135 - (A) Pristine Winchester Model 1892 .30-40 WCF

Full octagon barrel in .38-40 full mag with 21P type sight, standard Acorn rear barrel sight. Stock is straight grain American walnut as is the forearm. Forearm cap is blued. Receiver is blued. Hammer cased colored with the lever case colored and the

Lot: 136 - (A) Stunning Special Order Half Octagon Barrel

Half round half octagon barrel with half magazine. Blued forearm cap, receiver and dust cover. Case colored hammer, lever and trigger. Straight grain American walnut stock with four piece cleaning rod behind trapdoor in buttplate. German silver

Lot: 137 - (A) Splendid Winchester Model 1886 Case Colored

Full round barrel, full magazine, case colored forend cap, full case colored receiver. Loading gate is of a high nitre blue finish. Hammer is case colored as is lever, with the trigger in a blue condition. Buttplate is a toe down version with case

Lot: 138 - (A) Superb Winchester Model 1873 Case Colored

Octagon barrel with full magazine. Case colored forearm cap, receiver, hammer, lever and trigger. Comes with straight grain American walnut. Carrier lifter is marked "32 CAL". Buttplate is case colored and absent of any trapdoor. Front sight is of a

Lot: 139 - (A) Outstanding Winchester Model 1876 Saddle Ring

Carbine barrel with standard two line barrel address, standard carbine front sight with carbine rear sight. Fitted with a leather sleeve over rear sight. Forearm cap is blued. Barrel band is blued and receiver is blued. Loading gate is of a bright

Lot: 140 - (A) Intriguing Winchester Model 1873 2nd Model

Half octagon to round barrel with sporting front sight and rear sight broken off. Forearm cap case colored. Receiver is case colored with a dust cover that is blued. Loading gate is of bright nitre blue. Case colored hammer, lever, and trigger. Comes

Lot: 141 - (A) Fabulous Winchester Model 1873 .32 WCF Rifle

Round barrel with half magazine and a German silver insert front sight and an acorn rear sight with serrated sides. Forearm cap is blued, receiver is blued as is the dust cover. Loading gate is bright nitre blued with a case colored hammer, trigger

Lot: 142 - (A) Outstanding Deluxe Winchester Model 1892

A full octagon barrel sporting a Marble's beaded front sight and an Express rear sight. Full magazine. Forearm cap is blued with a sling eye attached to the bottom, also sling attached to the bottom of the stock. Has blued receiver, proof mark on top

Lot: 143 - (M) Contemporary Colt Buntline Special by Aldo

Recent manufacture. Blued steel barrel with drift adjustable front sight. Faux Colt's single line address on top. Faithful reproduction with flattop case colored frame with folding leaf rear sight. One piece highly figured walnut grip with extended

Lot: 144 - (C) Dug Up 1913 Erfurt Luger Semi-Automatic

Manufactured by Erfurt in World War I. Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADN" and center toggle link

Lot: 145 - Massive 1885 Sterling Silver English Hallmarked

This spectacular sterling silver lidded trophy cup is hallmarked for London 1885 with silver maker's mark of Charles Stewart Harris. The base is stamped "J. W. Benson. 62 & 64. Ludgate Hill. London." Overall height is 21-1/2" and the gross weight

Lot: 146 - Large Silver-Plated Steer Head Figural Tureen

This spectacular figural tureen features cast and chiseled steers on both ends, to be used as handles, that measure 3-1/2" across and 2-3/4" down. The tureen was cast with repousse floral decoration and stippled accents. The hallmarked base measures

Lot: 147 - Lot of 5: Interesting Period Silver Military &

Lot includes: (A) A hallmarked Sterling silver three-compartment World War II era cigarette case, featuring an applied three-dimensional B-17/29 die-cut rose gold hallmarked bomber with emerald and ruby stones on wing. Left side of case has stylized

Lot: 148 - Hallmarked Sterling Silver 1867 Military Figural

Measures 12-1/4" tall, no lid, base measures 5-1/2" in diameter. Features a 4" military figure holding a rifle and leaning against a tree, the cup is inscribed "A testimonial presented to Capt. Alexandre George Bax by the Commanding Officers. and

Lot: 149 - Pair of Hallmarked Presentation Sterling Silver

Both cartridge boxes are made of wood and leather with hallmarked sterling silver lid and furniture. One features an applied gilt brass intertwined "VR" under a crown for Victoria Rex, Queen of England. Box lid measures 7-1/2" long, 3" tall, with

Lot: 150 - Silver Plated 1887 Pennsylvania Championship Rifle

Manufacturer stamped "Rogers & Smith Co./Meridan, CT"/ No. 1200". The base is 16" tall and 5" wide, 19-1/2" tall with lid, features a 3-1/4" tall figure of a Civil War soldier and carbine. Base has four halfstock percussion sporting rifles that

Lot: 151 - Silver-Plated London 1887 Figural Military

Measures 15" in height with a 4-3/4" base, cup is supported by three 6-3/4" military muskets and a 2-1/4" military figural soldier is perched atop the lid. The base is stamped "J.G. & Sons" and "1765". The cup has three oval inscription panels,

Lot: 152 - Silver Plated U.S. Navy Officer's Dress Cap &

The silver-plated naval officer's cap was done in the same manor as the famous bronzed baby shoes. The actual hat was completely plated in solid silver, now weighing 3 lbs. 1 oz. The cocktail shaker is stamped "FACSIMILE/18 POUNDER SHRAPNEL

Lot: 153 - Lot of 2: Silver Plated Rifle Club Presentation

The first trophy features two 5" applied figural crossed rifles and a wreath, made by the "Meriden Company" Pattern 7000. Base features an etching of a target shooter with two observers and is inscribed "Presented for competition by National Gun Club

Lot: 154 - Silver Plated Peters Catridge Company 1902

Cup measures 7-1/2" high, top opening is 6", maker's stamp on bottom "The Middletown Silver Company/Pattern 55". This Presentation cup features three 5-1/2" real tusks as handles and it is inscribed "Presented By The Peters Cartridge Co. To The

Lot: 155 - Silver Plated English Military Figural Trophy.

Measures 14" tall, lid features a 2-3/4" figural British soldier firing his musket with an India Campaign helmet on. The cup has two inscription panels but was never presented. Repousse floral motifs and chased relief foliate designs. Trophy is in

Lot: 156 - (A) Rare Cased Colt No. 5 "Texas" Paterson

This model is the most popular and in-demand of all Paterson models. About 1,000 No. 5 Patersons were produced between 1838 and 1840, beginning with serial No. 1. Visible full serial No. 205 matching on barrel, wedge, both cylinders, inside of

Lot: 157 - (A) Extremely Rare Cased Colt 3rd Model Dragoon

This is the finest cased Third Model Dragoon known. Blue and color case hardened octagon to round, German silver front sight and one line New York City address with dashes. Left side of the frame is marked “COLT PATENT” and it has round

Lot: 159 - (A) Exquisite Colt 2nd Model Martial Dragoon

Finished in the Colt light Martial blue and smokey Colt case colors. The Second Model Dragoon had the shortest production time and smallest number produced of the three standard Dragoon Series, with a mere 2,700 manufactured from 1850 to 1851. Given

Lot: 160 - (A) Cased, Engraved, Gold & Silver Plated, Ivory

This consecutive numbered Colt factory engraved, gold and silver plated Pocket Navies with the goddess of Liberty carved panels of both guns, was once part of the famed Buddy Hackett collection. They were factory engraved most likely by L.D.

Lot: 161 - (A) Extraordinary Colt U.S. Martial Model 1860

Martially marked 1860 Army four screw that features full round barrel, rebated cylinder with Naval scene, case colored frame cut for shoulder stock, brass trigger guard, steel backstrap and one piece walnut grips with inspector cartouche on left

Lot: 162 - (A) Exquisite Colt Cased 1860 Civilian Army

Blue and color case hardened with round barrel, German silver front sight and one line address. It has “COLTS PATENT” on left side of frame and caliber marking on left shoulder of the trigger guard. Cylinder is usual rebated style, six

Lot: 163 - (A) Cased Colt Model 1862 Police Percussion

This fine revolver has full or partial matching numbers on the following: frame, barrel, back of cylinder, cylinder post, trigger guard, backstrap and wedge. No number on loading lever. Barrel has the New York address and retains approximately 85% of

Lot: 164 - (A) Fantastic U.S. Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion

This revolver features the new York address, full octagon barrel, six shot, single action, blued and case colored finish, Ormsby Naval battle roll engraved cylinder scene, brass trigger guard and backstrap, and one piece walnut grips with cartouche

Lot: 165 - (A) Factory Engraved New Haven Arms Small Frame

Top of barrel is stamped "THE VOLCANIC / REPEATING ARMS CO. / PATENT NEW HAVEN CONN FEBRUARY 14TH 1854" Manufactured 1857 to 1862. Matching serial numbers on frame, both sideplates and both walnut grip panels. This example features full octagon

Lot: 166 - (A) High Condition Colt Single Action Army Cavalry

The Kopek letter shows no National Archive record and further states this revolver is all original with the exception of an 1890's replacement hammer with no "HN" inspection stamp. This hammer was obviously replaced after authentication as the left

Lot: 167 - (A) Rare Brass Frame Savage & North 1st Model 2nd

First produced in 1856, only ten of the First Model were ever manufactured followed by 250 of the First Model Second Variation, for a total of 260 First Models. Features full octagon barrel stamped "E SAVAGE. MIDDLETOWN CONN. H.S. NORTH. PATENTED

Lot: 168 - (A) High Condition Colt Model 1851 Navy 4th Model

Manufactured in 1861. This Fourth Model features the Hartford address with rare iron backstrap and trigger guard, thin loading lever catch, centered shield with no groove. This may be one of the finest condition of this model extant. Cylinder scene

Lot: 169 - (A) Engraved Volcanic Navy Pistol.

Top of barrel is stamped "THE VOLCANIC / REPEATING ARMS CO. / PATENT NEW HAVEN CONN FEBRUARY 14TH 1854" Manufactured 1854 to 1857. Matching serial numbers on frame, both sideplates, lever, link and bolt carrier. This example features full octagon

Lot: 170 - (A) Factory Engraved Nickel Colt Single Action

According to the factory letter this gun was shipped as a .45 caliber with a 4-3/4" barrel, factory nickel finish, rubber stocks, factory engraved, shipped on March 11th, 1884 to Schoverling Daly & Gales in New York City in a shipment of six

Lot: 171 - (A) Volcanic Navy Pistol.

Top of barrel is stamped "THE VOLCANIC / REPEATING ARMS CO. / PATENT NEW HAVEN CONN FEBRUARY 14TH 1854" Manufactured 1854 to 1857. Matching serial numbers on frame, both sideplates, lever, link, bolt carrier and both walnut grip panels. This example

Lot: 172 - (A) Early Ainsworth U.S. Colt Single Action Army

A Kopek letter accompanies this revolver in which he states this early gun used a percussion style mainspring and that the front guard screw and base pin are later replacements. The matching four digit serial number can be found within the backstrap

Lot: 173 - (A) Colt Model 1878 "Omnipotent" Double Action

Serial No. 344 was shipped on August 17th, 1878 in a shipment of five guns to B. Kittredge Arms Co. in nickel finish with 7-1/2" barrel, .45 Colt and was furnished with Omnipotent roll mark (etched on barrel) with stocks not listed. This was only the

Lot: 174 - (A) Rare Experimental Colt 6-1/2" Round Barrel

In the book "'51 Colt Navies" by Nathan Swayze, page 55, he calls the two known round barrel 1851s the "rarest of the rare" and give serial numbers 174071 and 186021 as the two known. In addition between serial number 165000 and 171000 we have the

Lot: 175 - (A) Fantastic Colt U.S. Martial Model 1860 Army

Offered is a Martially marked 1860 Army that features full round barrel, rebated cylinder with Naval scene, case colored frame cut for shoulder stock, brass trigger guard, steel backstrap and one piece walnut grips with inspector cartouche on left

Lot: 176 - (A) Stunning Colt Model 1851 4th Model Navy

Manufactured 1860. Rare Colt Civilian 1851 Navy with rare screw over wedge. Features six shot, single action, blued and case colored finish, and one piece varnished walnut grips. Full or partial matching serial numbers can be found on frame, barrel,

Lot: 177 - (A) U.S. Model 1805 Harpers Ferry Flintlock

This model is considered among the most beautiful and aesthetically pleasing of American martial pistols. The prestigious American Society of Arms Collectors chose this gun in profile as their logo. These guns were made in pairs between 1806 and 1808

Lot: 178 - (A) Early U.S. Colt Single Action Army Cavalry

This Cavalry revolver is accompanied by a John Kopek letter, stating that this serial number was manufactured in 1875, inspected by Samuel B. Lewis with A.P. Casey sub-inspector in charge. Kopek indicates this revolver was part of an order for 100

Lot: 179 - (A) Scarce High Condition Long Barrel Colt Model

You will find full or partial matching serial numbers on frame, barrel, cylinder, trigger guard, backstrap and wedge. The Colt high polish royal blue stands out on the barrel with approximately 95% still present mixing with some area of brown patina.

Lot: 180 - (A) High Condition Colt 1865 Pocket Navy

This has to be one of the finest, high condition 1865 Models extant. The octagon barrel retains approximately 95% of its original factory high polish with New York address and bright rifling. Wedge has original blue. Loading lever has 100% original

Lot: 181 - (A) Spectacular Winchester Model 1866 Musket with

Magazine tube with three bands, center with sling loop, Barley Corn front sight, 900 yd ladder rear sight with retaining screw. Top of barrel in front of rear sight marked “WINCHESTER’S – REPEATING – ARMS. NEW

Lot: 182 - (A) Outstanding Engraved Like 1 of 1000 Winchester

Fine Second Model 1873 rifle with rare 30" octagon barrel, full magazine, German silver Rocky Mountain blade front sight, original short, semi-buckhorn rear sight with checkered edges and a thick base rear tang sight with 4" staff. Mounted with

Lot: 183 - (A) Extraordinary Martially Marked Henry Repeating

With the gun lying on a table and viewing under a standard fluorescent desk light, the blue on the barrel and tube appears to have almost 100% of the reapplied blue with just a hint of muzzle wear. When examined under a lighted magnifying glass, you

Lot: 184 - (A) Exceptionally Fine and Rare Percussion Silver

This rifle is featured on pages 108 and 109 of "Steel Canvas: The Art of American Arms" by R.L. Wilson. The caption states that this rifle was displayed in an elaborate case in Edwin Forrest's home in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania along with matching

Lot: 185 - (A) Magnificent New Haven Arms Model 1860 Henry

Early first model Henry, octagon barrel with integral magazine tube. It has a German silver front sight blade and 1,000 yard first type Henry ladder rear sight. The receiver has the early style dovetail through the top flat and the early style

Lot: 186 - (A) Fine Paterson/Colt No. 2 Ring Lever Revolving

Manufactured 1838 through 1841. Full octagon barrel has star and snake address "PATENT ARMS Mg. Co. PATERSON NJ. COLT'S Pt.". Eight shot cylinder with ring pattern cocking system. American walnut stock with cheek rest and crescent buttplate.

Lot: 187 - (A) Winchester 1885 Low Wall & Grouping Attributed

Manufactured 1887. Shipped March 6th, 1888 with full octagon barrel, walnut stocks, plain trigger, sporting sights. Barrel is apleasing mix of blue and soft patina with razor sharp edges. Standard sporting sights. Frame colors have darkened. Walnut

Lot: 188 - (A) Exceedingly Rare & Desirable Flatside

These exceedingly rare Flatside carbines were made starting in the 12000 and ending in the 15500 range. These were manufactured at the same time and using the same serial numbers as its predecessor, the 1860 Henry rifle. Production of the Saddle Ring

Lot: 189 - (A) Exceptionally Fine 3rd Model Model 1860 Henry

Third Model New Haven Arms Model 1860 Henry brass frame with sling swivel on barrel and stock. Traditional 900 yard marked Henry sight with matching numbers observed on barrel, interior of lower tang and buttstock mortis. These later New Haven rifles

Lot: 190 - (A) Rare Winchester Model 1886 Musket With Bayonet

Rare ’86 musket with round barrel, full length forearm which conceals the magazine tube, that has a metal nose cap and sgl band with sling swivel. It has square base front sight/bayonet lug and a musket style ladder rear sight graduated to 1,000

Lot: 191 - (A) Experimental Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor

Round barrel, blue finish and walnut stock. This is a unique example of a US Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor "Trials Model" marked carbine. This dual extractor design was most likely developed due to all the extractor problems that the Calvary was

Lot: 192 - (A) Outstanding Winchester Model 1876 3rd Model

Special order rifle features half octagon-half round barrel, button half magazine, blue and case color finishes, and two piece walnut stocks with crescent buttplate. This rifle is documented with a letter from the Buffalo Bill Historical Center

Lot: 193 - (A) Fine Early 1866 Winchester Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured 1868, immediately after the Flatside variation had just ceased. This early variation however still retains its two line Henry barrel address and Henry 900 yard staff sight. Manufactured with factory sling swivels and crescent buttplate.

Lot: 194 - (A) 1863 Manufactured New Haven Arms Model 1860

Octagon barrel with New haven Arms barrel address on top flat. Serial number 2601 is present on top flat forward of receiver. Gun metal brass receiver with sight slot on top. American walnut straight grained stock with brass buttplate and sling

Lot: 195 - (A) Rare High Condition Factory Half Plate Nickel

Seldom ordered but considered one of the most handsome special order features are the so-called factory nickel half plate, referring to the factory nickel plating of the frame, dustcover, trigger, lever forend cap, magazine etaining band and rifle

Lot: 196 - (A) Fine Deluxe Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action

This deluxe checkered, pistol gripped, case colored receiver, deluxe rifle is very fine condition overall. With a half round-half octagon barrel this Second Model 1873 has a piano varnish finished stock with highly figured center cut crotch walnut.

Lot: 197 - (A) Engraved 2nd Model Henry Rifle (1864).

Model 1860 New Haven Arms Henry rifle second variation with walnut stock and sling swivels. This 1864 production rifle retains its full length barrel and has had its rear sight with a period buckhorn fixed rear sight. Engraved in broad scroll and

Lot: 198 - (A) Spectacular Near New Winchester Model 1873

Round carbine pattern barrel with carbine fixed front sight. Ladder adjustable carbine rear sight. Traditional Winchester address on barrel. Blue finish receiver with vividly case colored hammer, lever and buttplate. Two piece straight grained

Lot: 199 - (A) Stunning Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action

Round barrel, blue and casehardened finish, and walnut stock. Third variation with dust cover rail made as an integral portion of the receiver. The extra weight round barrel has a full magazine, half nickel front sight and "1876" marked ladder rear

Lot: 200 - (A) Superior Condition Winchester Model 1866 Rifle

Octagon barrel chambered for the traditional .444 Henry flat cartridge. Full length magazine with gun metal brass third model receiver. Two piece American walnut stocks with case colored hammer and lever. Brass crescent buttplate with provision for

Lot: 201 - (A) Superb Winchester Model 1866 Saddle Ring

Manufactured in 1870. Carbine barrel with traditional New Haven address chambered for the .44 Henry flat cartridge. Proper and correct two position folding carbine rear sight. Brass receiver with case colored hammer and lever. Brass crescent

Lot: 202 - (A) Superb Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action

This Third Model 1876 features full octagon barrel, sporting front sight, 1876 marked ladder rear sight, full magazine, blue and case colored finishes and two piece walnut stocks with crescent buttplate. Equipped with a special order set trigger and

Lot: 203 - (A) Rare Experimental 1873 Ring Lever Rifle with

Features octagon barrel with standard two line Winchester address, sporting front sight and elevator adjustable rear sight. This 1879 produced rifle started like as a special order rifle with stock 1" longer than standard with no barrel, no magazine

Lot: 204 - (A) Winchester Model 1886 .40-82 WCF Saddle Ring

Standard grade carbine with round barrel, full magazine, square base front sight and 2000 yard carbine ladder rear sight. Left side of color case hardened receiver has a stud and ring. Ring is wrapped in cloth. Mounted with uncheckered straight grain

Lot: 205 - (A) High Original Condition Sharp's 1874 Midrange

Full octagon barrel is marked "SHARPS RIFLE CO BRIDGEPORT, CONN." Caliber is at rear. Original barrel dovetails are fitted with bases for 31-1/2" Malcolm telescopic sight which has V-notch and gold bead front sights attached on top to aid regulation.

Lot: 206 - (A) Winchester 3rd Model 1873 Deluxe Lever Action

This is a Third Model Deluxe 1873 Winchester. Features include octagon barrel with full length tubular magazine, Rocky Mountain front sight and factory rear adjustable sight. Case hardened lever action with original blue dust cover. Case color lever

Lot: 207 - (A) English Proofed Deluxe Winchester .50 Express

Round barrel with the standard two line Winchester address with "50 CAL" marking forward of rear sight, English proof marks on chamber and receiver bridge, dustcover factory marked "WINCHESTER EXPRESS .50 Cal, 95 Grs.", deluxe checkered straight

Lot: 208 - (A) Antique Winchester Model 1873 .44-40 Caliber

Full octagon barrel with full length magazine. Chambered for the .44-40 cartridge. Case colored receiver with case colored forend cap, hammer, lever, and shotgun buttplate. Thick base tang sight with sporting front sight with nickel silver insert.

Lot: 209 - (A) Scarce Special Order Deluxe Takedown

Full octagon barrel, full magazine, takedown with Lyman ivory bead hunting front sight and three leaf platinum line express rear sight. Mounted with highly figured “XXX” American walnut with “H” style checkered forearm and capped

Lot: 210 - (A) Ornate Gilt Silver Mounted French Empire

Swamped octagonal steel barrel with multi-groove rifling and a hooked breech. Barrel profusely decorated with gilt overlaid designs and "CANON * TORDE". Nine-hole folding peep sight mounted at front of barrel tang. Lockplate inscribed "Manufacture/de

Lot: 211 - (A) Exceptionally Rare Winchester Model 1885

Rare No. 4 weight full octagon barrel with desirable Winchester globe front sight and elevator adjusted semi-buckhorn sporting rear sight. Vividly case colored flatside receiver with case colored hammer, lever and breech block. Factory varnished two

Lot: 212 - (A) Fantastic Buffalo Hunters Winchester 1886

Features sporting front sight, elevator adjustable rear sight, tang sight, full magazine, takedown and crescent butt. Housed in a buffalo skin fitted carry case. Compete with additional buffalo skin reloading box with loading tool, bullets, scale and

Lot: 213 - (A) Deluxe Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action

Manufactured in 1883. Special order deluxe Winchester 1876 rifle. Features include; Octagonal blue barrel and button magazine. Lyman front sight with bead and globe.Rear sporting ladder sight. Case hardened action and lever. Highly figured walnut

Lot: 214 - (A) Winchester Model 1866 Saddle Ring Carbine

This Winchester Saddle Ring Carbine with two line Winchester address and two position early carbine rear sight is embellished with engraving of large vine and scroll with a foliate arabesque and a dot punch background. This embellishment amounts to

Lot: 215 - (A) Winchester 3rd Model 1866 Lever Action Rifle

Octagon barrel with full magazine and factory sling swivels adorn this 1866 Third Model rifle. This example is mounted with XX deluxe, highly figured flame cut crotch walnut. This is also verified of its factory origin by the double X marking on

Lot: 216 - (A) Fine Cased English Percussion Double Rifle by

Rifles of this caliber were used for tiger and elephant hunts in Africa. This example was made by Henry Tatham, who worked as a gunmaker and Sword Cutler at Charing Cross between 1834 and 1860, when he died, according to "Gunmakers of London:

Lot: 217 - (A) Consecutive Pair of Winchester Model 1873

Bottom of the receiver of both carbines has the prison ID No. JR11444 and No. JR11445. Both of these carbines are Third Models that feature full round barrels, full magazine, twin barrel bands, 1873 ladder rear sights, post front sight, saddle ring

Lot: 218 - (A) Desirable Civil War Era Henry Rifle (1863).

Serial numbered on barrel "914", however numbered on lower tang with actual serial number of "1414". This First Model Henry rifle has seen extensive use and a strong possibility of having been war-time utilized. The Henry rifle was a favorite of

Lot: 219 - (A) Fine Winchester Model 1876 Open Top Lever

Full octagon barrel with full magazine, ladder style rear sight, German silver blade on steel base dovetailed at muzzle; standard markings; blued with case-hardened hammer, lever and buttplate; and varnished walnut stocks. Sectionalized cleaning rod

Lot: 220 - (A) High Condition Colt Large Frame Lightning

Standard features include full octagon barrel, full magazine, ivory bead, sporting rear, blue finish, cased colored hammer, walnut stock, rifle butt, checkered two piece walnut forend. The barrel and tube retain fully 95%+ factory blue. The frame

Lot: 221 - (A) Massive 4 Bore Waterfowling Punt Gun by J.D.

Damascus barrel transitions from octagon to round through "wedding band". A 3/4" diameter 3" long pintel is attached to the bottom flat for mounting on gunnel or bow of sneak boat. Top flat is engraved "J. D. DOUGAL GUN & RIFLE MANUFACTURER TO H.

Lot: 222 - (C) Colossal Parker N Grade 8 Bore Built on a No.

Built on a No. 6 Frame, this colossal 8 bore Parker is a remarkable gun. The Twist steel barrels are their original length and have an unstruck barrel weight of 8lbs 150z! The full length matted top rib is marked with usual rib inscription and has a

Lot: 223 - (A) Scarce Holland & Holland No. 3 Grade Paradox

Dovetailed barrels are engraved "Holland & Holland 98 New Bond Street London" and ""PARADOX"" "Fosbury Patent" on tops either side of file cut quarter rib holding two folding leaf rear sight. Silver bead front is in raised front portion of rib.

Lot: 224 - (A) Lovely Old "Best" Quality, Plain Finish, James

Chopper lump barrels of Whitworth Steel, are engraved "James Woodward & Sons 64 St. James's Street London. S. W." and with steel information on slightly raised concave game rib. Barrel flats are stamped with London black powder proofs. Bottoms of

Lot: 225 - (A) Cased Deluxe Factory Engraved Colt Model 1883

Colt's Model 1883 shotgun was one of the finest products manufactured in the firm's long history with a total of 7,360 manufactured. It was best quality all the way. The 1890 catalog stated this gun was made of the best materials and workmanship, and

Lot: 226 - (A) Beastly And Extremely Late Lifter Model No. 7

Twist steel barrels, with taper matted concave rib and single brass sighting bead, double trigger and extractors. The book “The Parker Story” by Gunther, Mullins, Parker, Price and Cote identify this gun as Grade PT, under-lifter with 34"

Lot: 227 - (C) Massive No. 7 Frame Parker Brothers P Grade 8

Twist barrels with matted, tapered, concave rib, single brass sighting bead, extractors and dbl triggers. Top rib is marked “PARKER BROS MAKERS. MERIDEN CONN. TWIST”. The “7” size frame has a zig-zag border and “PARKER

Lot: 228 - (A) Awesome A. Tonks of Boston Best Grade Jones

This extremely rare eight gauge by A. Tonks of Boston, Massachusetts is the only example observed by this cataloger. Alfred Tonks of Boston as a maker of percussion revolvers and double shotguns is listed in Frank Seller's book "American Gunsmiths".

Lot: 229 - (C) High Original Condition L.C. Smith Grade 1E

This L.C. Smith has Damascus barrels with a full length matted top rib and brass front bead. Barrel flats marked "1E" and serial number. Case hardened action is lightly scroll engraved on lockplates and marked "L.C. Smith" on sides. Round knob

Lot: 230 - (C) Scarce Super A.H. Fox HE Grade 12ga Shotgun

Chromox fluid steel barrels, full length matted top rib with steel front bead. Water table with “H” marking, serial number, “Fox Proof” Stamp, “Barrels not guaranteed-see tag”. Double triggers, automatic ejectors,

Lot: 231 - (C) Massive No. 6 Frame 8 Bore Parker PH Shotgun

This impressive big bore Parker matches all specifications in Serialization ledger except that barrels are listed as 38", they actually measure 40-1/2". Unmatted top rib is engraved front to back "PARKER BROS MAKERS. MERIDEN CONN. TWIST". Barrel

Lot: 232 - (M) Cased Perazzi MX8-20 -SCO/C Game Gun (1997).

Full set of screw in chokes. Barrels have matted, ventilated top rib and side ribs. Perazzi name and address, along with importer, are marked on mono-blocs. Bottoms of mono-blocs are stamped with 1997 Italian nitro proofs for 3" chambers. Coin

Lot: 233 - (M) F. lli Rizzini 20 Bore R-2 Boxlock Light Game

Beautifully struck chopper lump barrels are engraved "Flli RIZZINI MAGNO V.T." on unmatted portion of slightly raised flat game rib. Barrel flats are stamped with 1987 Italian nitro proofs for 2-3/4" chambers. Beautifully filed ogee backed coin

Lot: 234 - (M) Gorgeous Churchill Hercules XXV 20 Gauge

Fluid steel barrels with thin high matted top rib with brass front bead and gold inlaid "XXV" near breach. Small wedge of scroll engraving near breach in front of barrel address. Case colored double triggers, automatic ejectors and automatic safety.

Lot: 235 - (M) Cased Perazzi SC3 20 Gauge Over-Under Shotgun

Mono-bloc barrels fitted with matted, ventilated rib, are marked “Perazzi BRESCIA MADE IN ITALY” on left and importer mark on right. Interchangeable chokes. Small brass front bead. Coin finished, low profile, SC3 action features gold-plated

Lot: 236 - (M) Rare and Historic Masters Gunmakers Ltd.

Former Churchill production director and author of "The House of Churchill" book, Don Masters, acquired a number of actions and parts with the dissolution of the company, and started to build guns under his name (Masters From Churchill). This is the

Lot: 237 - (M) 20 Gauge F. lli Rizzini R 2 - E Boxlock

Fratelli Rizzini are known for making some of the finest guns in the world. Their R 2 Boxlock is no longer produced but examples are in high demand. This fine gun has 26" chopper lump barrels with flat matted game rib, that are engraved "COSTRUTTO

Lot: 238 - (A) Extra Large (7 Frame) Parker 8 Bore Top Lever

One of an estimated 72 Parker Grade I top lever hammer guns with twist steel barrels, this gun matches specifications in Serialization ledger. It has 36" barrels marked with Parker address and "Twist" on matted top rib. Flats have all correct marks

Lot: 239 - (M) Sidelock Ejector Single Trigger Game Gun Made

Dovetailed barrels are fitted with slightly raised matted concave rib. Barrel flats are stamped with 1973 nitro proofs for 2-3/4" chambers. Coin finished sidelock action is marked on water table "PER GIANOBERTO LUPI" "1973" along with proofs, makers

Lot: 240 - (C) Very Rare Parker 12 Ga. DHE Grade 36" Double

Barrels are marked "PARKER BROS. MAKERS MERIDEN. CT. U.S.A. TITANIC STEEL" on matted game rib, set with two ivory beads. Barrel flats and lumps are stamped with all correct markings. Robust No. 3 frame action has all correct patent and grade markings

Lot: 241 - (C) Dandy Parker DHE 12ga Game Gun (1926).

This DHE 12ga Parker has original Titanic barrels with full length matted top rib and large steel front bead. It is a 1-1/2 Frame gun with an unstruck barrel weight of 3lbs. 15oz. It has auto ejectors, a Miller Single Trigger, and non auto-safety

Lot: 242 - (C) Scarce Winchester Model 21-4 12 Gauge Shotgun

Barrels marked for improved cylinder and full have 3" chamber markings on bottom along with ventilated top rib and steel mid and front beads. Engraved by Winchester engraver in “21-4” style with sprays of simple scroll surrounding hunting

Lot: 243 - (C) Very Fine Winchester Model 1897 Trench Shotgun

Six hole pattern ventilated barrel shroud with bayonet lug. Blue finish overall with two piece American walnut stocks. Proper 18 groove slim forearm with thin wrist buttstock with Winchester hard rubber buttplate. "U.S." over Ordnance bomb marking on

Lot: 244 - (C) Excellent Lightweight Parker Bros DHE Grade 12

This dazzling gun has Titanic Steel barrels with full length matted top rib and large white front bead. 1-1/2 Frame. Unstruck barrel weight of 3lbs 6oz. Nickel plated double triggers, auto-ejectors, automatic safety. Capped pistol grip buttstock is

Lot: 245 - (M) Interesting Masters Gunmakers Boxlock Ejector

Former Churchill production director and author of the "House of Churchill" book, Don Masters, acquired a number of actions and parts with the dissolution of the company, and started to build guns under his name (Masters From Churchill). This is the

Lot: 246 - (M) Perazzi MX-8 Custom 12 Gauge Over-Under

The ported barrels with screw in chokes, 2-3/4" chambers. Barrels are mono-blocked and made of "Acciaio Steel" with full length ventilated matted top rib and white mid-bead and missing front bead, but holder is present. Single trigger, automatic

Lot: 247 - (M) Fine Merkel 20 Gauge 202E Sideplated Blitz

Demi-bloc barrels with solid matted rib, are factory marked, and with importers name on ejector housings. Coin finished over-under double Kersten action with non-automatic safety and single selective trigger is fitted with ornamental sideplates.

Lot: 248 - (M) Masterwork Signed Merkel 147SL 28 Gauge

Shoe lump barrels with slightly raised flat matted rib have factory markings on sides. Barrel flats are stamped with year 2000 German nitro proofs for 2-3/4" chambers. Coin finished ogee backed boxlock action features automatic safety, crossbolt

Lot: 249 - (C) 32" Barreled Parker DH Grade Trap or Pigeon

Matches all specifications in serial number register. Barrels are marked with Parker's famous name, Meriden address and "Titanic" steel on matted rib. Barrel flats are stamped with all correct markings. No. 2 frame fitted with Miller selective single

Lot: 250 - (M) Special Order Browning Superposed Pigeon Grade

This grade was discontinued in 1974 but was available on special order until 1976. This 1976 made gun has barrels choked skeet and skeet. Browning St. Louis and Montreal addresses and "MADE IN BELGIUM". Steel, chamber and gauge information are on

Lot: 251 - (C) Stunning WWII Stevens 520-30 Trenchgun with

Cylinder bore barrel with proper "P" proof and bomb on right side of chamber ring, and correct ventilated heat shield with bayonet lug for the pattern 1917 bayonet. Smooth plain walnut stocks marked "520-30" and "US" on left side with ordnance "P"

Lot: 252 - (C) U.S. Stevens Model 620 Slide Action Trench

Barrel with ventilated heat shield,"P" proof and Ordnance bomb at rear of barrel;five round magazine capacity. Blue finish overall with receiver marked Model 620 on left side with U.S. and small Ordnance bomb proof towards front of receiver. Serial

Lot: 253 - (C) MIB Winchester 20 Bore Upgraded & Engraved

Someone went through great lengths and expense to upgrade this Model 12 to a Pigeon Grade Trap. It has been masterfully engraved on both sides of the frame with documented Winchester scenes which can be found on page 359 in the book "Winchester

Lot: 254 - (C) Cased Winchester Model 21 12 Bore Double

Winchester Proof Steel Barrels with Chambers Marked for 2-3/4". Full length matted top rib with two white plastic beads. Chokes marked "Mod" and "Full" Unengraved action is blued. Replacement buttstock is checkered in two point pattern with full knob

Lot: 255 - (M) Cased Perazzi MX3CL Over Under 12 Bore

Ca. 1983. This well designed gun has a ported barrel, 2-3/4" Chambers with full length ventilated matted top rib and white plastic front bead. Right side of barrel marked "Importer - Perazzi U.S.A / Rome, NY." Gold plated single trigger, auto

Lot: 256 - (M) Connecticut Shotgun Mfg. Co. 28 Gauge RBL

Barrels with swamped game rib engraved "RESERVE" have factory markings on tops. Case hardened round bodied specially designed small sized RBL action features automatic safety and gold-plated single selective trigger. Action is "engraved" with near

Lot: 257 - (M) Long Barreled .410 AYA No. 2 Round Action

Chopper lump barrels are engraved with makers name and "MADE IN SPAIN" on narrow swamped game rib. Barrel flats are stamped with Spanish nitro proofs for 3" chambers. Coin finished round bodied sidelock action features automatic safety, bushed

Lot: 258 - (C) Ithaca 5E Single Barrel Trap Shotgun with

High grade Ithaca "Knick" model, it has matted ventilated rib. Barrel flats are stamped with chamber length, steel markings and "K 1475". Lump is stamped with serial number and grade. Case hardened action is engraved with 80% coverage large stylized

Lot: 259 - (C) Scarce Winchester Model 1885 High Wall 20 Bore

The serial number on this smoothbore shotgun surpasses known numbers and would have been a special order with parts on hand shotgun. According to Madis, page 290, the single shot was made as a 20 bore as early as 1887. Most shotguns are found in the

Lot: 260 - (M) Fine Quality 20 Gauge Boxlock Ejector Game Gun

Dovetailed barrels are fitted with slightly raised concave matted rib with extension. Tops of barrels are engraved "- Faure - LePage - " and "- Paris -" Barrel flats and bottoms of barrels are stamped with Paris triple proofs and steel type, along

Lot: 261 - (C) Over-Under Blitz Action Dangerous Game Double

Demi-bloc barrels are fitted with full length matted rib, central portion milled away forming quarter rib and front ramp. Sights consist of single standing U-notch rear and silver bead front. Makers name and address are on central portion of rib.

Lot: 262 - (C) Rare Chilean 1941 Contract Johnson

Manufactured for the U.S. Government by Cranston with diamond and Dutch inspector star. Marked "7mm" under barrel. This was part of a 1,000 gun order for the Chilean government in 1941 and is the first batch manufactured and shipped. Features walnut

Lot: 263 - (C) Rare Special Order Near Mint Pre-War Octagon

This is amongst the rarest and most desirable Winchester pre-war .22 rifles. Features full octagon barrel, 2/3 magazine loading tube with special triangular cut-out loading port, sporting sights, takedown, blued finish, rare Winchester Trademark

Lot: 264 - (M) Well Done Boxlock Ejector Dangerous Game

Chopper lump barrels are fitted with matted quarter rib engraved with caliber, and mounted with one standing, one folding leaf express rear sight as well as detachable scope mounts with rings. Importer and retailers name and address are on mid rib.

Lot: 265 - (C) Rare and Desirable Winchester Model 1892

Round barrel with military blade pattern front sight and rear ladder adjustable rear graduated to 800 yards. Full length American walnut socks with forearms attached with three bands. Designed to accept the cruciform socket pattern Winchester

Lot: 266 - (C) Exceptional Winchester Model 1917 Enfield

This gun retains 95% original finish overall with some extremely light handling marks. There is an area of discoloration on the floorplate about the size of a nickel, otherwise this gun appears as new. Stock is excellent with minor handling marks.

Lot: 267 - (C) WWII Vintage Springfield .50 Caliber Accuracy

This extremely interesting single-shot rifle was used at Springfield as an .50 caliber accuracy test rifle during World War II. Marked "SA 9-42" on the barrel with initials "JM" and nomenclature numbers. Barrel is hand inscribed at top right, "Rifle

Lot: 268 - (C) Cased & Factory Engraved Savage Model 99 "B"

This rifle features a copper blade pinned front sight, Marble's folding leaf express sight, engraved breech. Retains 98% original factory blue with razor sharp legends. The barrel markings on this rifle date to a 1926 period gun while the serial

Lot: 269 - (C) Deluxe Winchester .405 Model 1895 Lever Action

Features tapered blue barrel with sporting front sight, dovetailed rear, Redfield side sight, two piece XX American flame cut crotch walnut stocks with checkered wrist and forearm, factory mounted sling eyes and checkered steel buttplate. The

Lot: 270 - (C) Johnson Automatics Inc. Model 1941

The Model 1941 Johnson Rifles were serial numbered in blocks of 9,999. The first block did not have a letter prefix, the second block had a A prefix, and third block had a B prefix. The serial is B1335 which would mean this would be the 21333 rifle

Lot: 271 - (C) Rare Hoffer-Thompson .22 Gallery Practice

The Hoffer-Thompson gallery practice rifle was designed for use as a sub-caliber practice/training rifle for the U.S. Army. Production began in 1907 and continued through about 1919 with a total of 15,525 rifles produced. The design was by Maj. J.E.

Lot: 272 - (C) Documented Exempt Winchester 1873 14" Trapper

Manufactured post-1923 parts clean-up. According to Madis, any gun after serial No. 702349 was built for order using leftover parts on hand. This is still basically a Third Model so-called Trapper Carbine. This serial number is listed as exempt with

Lot: 273 - (C) Johnson Automatics Model 1941 Rifle.

The Model 1941 Johnson Rifles were serial numbered in blocks of 9999. The first block did not have a letter prefix, the second block had a A prefix, and third block had a B prefix. Which would mean this would be the 26,826 rifle made out of 29,997.

Lot: 274 - (C) Griffin & Howe Mannlicher Stock Custom 98

Barrel has banded-on front ramp with knurled sight protector holding ivory bead. Top of barrel is engraved "No 2454 Griffin & Howe Inc. New York, N.Y." Caliber is at left rear. Model 98 action has had receiver ring stippled, Griffin & Howe

Lot: 275 - (C) Scarce WWII German G41 Berliner-Lubecker Rifle

1943 G41 semi-automatic rifle made by Berlin-Lubecker and marked "duv43". Gun is in excellent condition and retains a pleasing even look overall with original finish on the bolt, rear sight collar and trigger guard. The remainder having thinned to a

Lot: 276 - (C) Deluxe Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action

Features half round-half octagon barrel, half magazine, checkered pistol grip stocks and hard rubber shotgun butt. This is an uncommon configuration for this early of a Deluxe Winchester 1894. These rifles where extremely expensive during their time

Lot: 277 - (C) Rare Winchester Model 64 cal, 25-35 WCF Lever

Features round barrel, factory hooded front sight, sporting rear and two piece walnut pistol grip stocks with checkered steel buttplate. The Model 64 carbine is a scarce gun however the .25-35 WCF chambering is by far the most uncommon of all Model

Lot: 278 - (C) 1st Series Inland M1A1 Paratrooper Carbine

Features 8-43 dated Inland barrel, Type I narrow band, "S" marked flip rear sight. Internal parts all appear to be correct Inland contract parts. Folding Paratrooper stock is original with proper "IO" on bottom of grip and the circle "P" acceptance

Lot: 279 - (C) Early 1907 Made Rock Island Arsenal Model 1903

This is a nice early 1903 RIA gun. 4-07 dated barrel. Correct and sharp Conrad Nelson (CN) 1908 dated cartouche, circle "P" proof behind trigger guard. Receiver was made in 1907 by serial number. Early features including a no bolt finger groove stock

Lot: 280 - (C) Winchester Model 71 .348 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1942. Features include: round blue barrel with Lyman gold bead front sight with hood, two-thirds magazine tube, 98A bolt peep sight, walnut semi-beavertail forend with two checkered panels. Walnut pistol grip rear stock with two

Lot: 281 - (M) Fine Griffin & Howe Custom Winchester Model 70

Lightweight sporter barrel with sleeved-on sling eye is engraved "No. 2708 Griffin & Howe Inc. New York, N.Y." on top. Caliber is at breech end. Model 70 action has had bolt removal button enhanced and checkered and Redfield bases installed. Bolt

Lot: 282 - (C) Griffin & Howe Custom .220 Swift Mauser Bolt

Lightweight barrel is fitted with typical banded-on sling eye and front ramp with knurled sight protector over gold bead. Top of barrel is engraved "No 2086 Griffin & Howe Inc. New York" and has caliber at left rear. 98 action with stippled

Lot: 283 - (C) Fine Early '50's Griffin & Howe Custom 98

Medium weight round barrel with sleeved-on sling eye and front ramp, having silver bead and front sight protector, is engraved "No 2128 Griffin & Howe Inc. New York". Caliber is engraved at breech end. Early post war FN solid sidewall Mauser

Lot: 284 - (C) Important Experimental or Test Inland M1

Black oxide finished Inland receiver numbered "EA26". The numbers are rolled not stamped and believed to be indicating experimental. This rifle was the subject of discussion of the M1 Carbine Collectors Association. Carbine is mounted with a "S"

Lot: 285 - (C) Stunning Custom Winchester Model 70 Bolt

This custom rifle was built by the Southwest Rifle & Ammo Company of Espanola, New Mexico, which is engraved on the right side of the barrel. Left side of barrel is engraved "THE SOURDOUGH WILDERNESS RIFLE" along with "7MM" caliber stamp. The

Lot: 286 - (C) Winchester Model 1895 National Guard of

Features round musket length barrel, blue finish, steel blade military pattern front sight, ladder elevation adjustable rear sight and two piece American walnut finger grooved stocks with matching top hand guard. "KSM" military inspectors markings

Lot: 287 - (C) USMC Propery Marked Remington 40 X .22 with

Features tapered heavy barrel. Marked "U.S.M.C. PROPERTY .22 LONG RIFLE 6118" on right side of receiver ring. Barrel mounted with Lyman target scope blocks with rear block being on rear of receiver. Oil finished American walnut target stock with hand

Lot: 288 - (C) Outstanding "Z" Series Remington 1903-A4

Absolutely fantastic high original condition specimen of a Remington 1903-A4 World War II sniper rifle with Weaver M73B1 scope. Marked on left side of receiver "U.S. REMINGTON MODEL 03-A3" wth "R.A." marked barrel with flaming bomb proof and "10-43"

Lot: 289 - (C) CMP Papered U.S. Springfield M1D Garand

This is a CMP documented M1D sniper rifle. Frame was manufactured March to July 1942 with Springfield March 1952 barrel. CMP rebuilt and refinished this rifle to as new condition where needed. Walnut stock has the 1/2" DOD stamp post-November 1953.

Lot: 290 - (M) Finely Appointed Mauser Custom Rifle by

This finely crafted rifle is featured on Stephen Billeb's website, which relates that the action metalwork is by John Westrom, and the barrel is by Jim Baier. Billeb did the stock work which is his specialty. Lightweight 22" barrel has banded-on

Lot: 291 - (C) Fine Pre-War Griffin & Howe Custom Springfield

Griffin & Howe Springfield short rifles and carbines are relatively scarce and quite desirable. This very fine, mostly original example from 1929 has round barrel, slimmed and tapered from the original government barrel, and enhanced with

Lot: 292 - (C) Superb Condition Early Style Custom

24" Original Springfield barrel has been slimmed but retains 5-20 date behind front sight base holding gold bead. Stud for front sling eye is banded-on. Springfield action is mainly unaltered, with the exception of the addition of Lyman 48 rear sight

Lot: 293 - (M) Dakota Arms Model 76 Safari Grade Rifle with

Lightweight barrel is fitted with quarter rib holding one standing leaf express rear sight, banded-on sling eye, and standard front ramp holding sourdough bead. Caliber is at left rear. Dakota Arms 76 action with three panel checkered bolt handle and

Lot: 294 - (C) Nicely Restored Griffin & Howe Custom Mauser

Lightweight barrel has sleeved-on block for one standing, one folding leaf rear sight and classic front ramp, with silver bead and slip-on knurled sight protector. Top of barrel is engraved "No 261 GRIFFIN & HOWE Inc NEW YORK". Caliber is at left

Lot: 295 - (C) Early Post War Griffin & Howe Custom 98 Mauser

Most likely starting with a World War II bring back Model 98 Mauser military action, this classic American sporter was made with the addition of a barrel sourced from standard weight Model 70 or 54. Rear sight boss retained but slimmed. Dovetail

Lot: 297 - (M) Austrain Custom Engraved Bolt Action .257

This is one hell of a custom rifle; built in Austria with a Mauser action, it features an octagon to round barrel, high ramp front sight, no provision for rear sight, full matted rib, ornate fully master engraved frame in typical Germanic leaf

Lot: 298 - (C) Fine Quality Near New Boxlock Ejector Double

Chopper lump barrels fitted with matted quarter rib which supports claw scope bases and one standing leaf rear sight, and matching front base with silver bead, are marked with retailers name and address on mid rib, and with caliber on unmatted

Lot: 299 - (C) Winchester Third Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle

This is a Third Model 1873 Winchester that features octagonal barrel with full length tubular magazine, factory front and rear adjustable sporting sights, Winchester mid-range Vernier tang sight (No. 38), blued lever action with original dust cover

Lot: 300 - (A) Engraved & Plated Winchester Model 1892

Serial number applied on September 18th, 1920. The records for Winchester from this era are lost with the only available information on serial number date. Rifle features full octagon barrel, full magazine, King sporting rear sight, walnut stocks and

Lot: 301 - (C) Excellent S'G' Grand Rapids Saginaw M1 Carbine

Features Buffalo Arms 4-43 dated barrel with Type I narrow band and "S" marked with "B-IP" mark non-staked flip sight. After detail disassembly it is observed that all parts appear to proper and correct with S'G' manufacturers markings including,

Lot: 302 - (C) Exceptional Winchester M1 Carbine.

Features Winchester barrel with Type I narrow band, "S" marked non-staked flip rear sight, Winchester trigger group, flat bolt, hammer, slide "SW" marked push button safety, blank magazine release, sear and recoil plate, two piece walnut military

Lot: 303 - (C) U.S. Springfield M1D Semi-Automatic Sniper

Springfield April 1952 dated M1-D barrel. Mounted with M84 scope. Rifle appears to be all Springfield manufacture parts with the October 1952 dated leather cheek rest. The M1-D Rifles where assembled from existing rifles and out into service

Lot: 304 - (M) Polytech Model M14S Semi-Automatic Rifle.

This is basically a Chinese copy of the M14. Features the parkerized finish, pistol grip stock, composition hand guard and flash suppressor. Forged receiver and chrome lined barrel. Fine bore and action.Barrel Length: 22"Caliber/Bore: .308FFL Status:

Lot: 305 - (M) Nicely appointed Full Stock Custom Ruger no.

Lightweight barrel is fitted with quarter rib holding two folding leaf rear sight and with dovetails for scope mounting. A stippled front ramp with knurled sight protector has silver bead. Top of barrel is engraved "Paul Jaeger - Jenkintown, PA".

Lot: 306 - (M) Finely Crafted Custom Mauser Sporting Rifle by

A fine creation by these two talented gunsmiths, the metal work was by Smithson, with stock by Billeb. Featherweight barrel is engraved with both makers names on top and caliber at left rear. Special lightweight G33/40 98 action has been nicely

Lot: 307 - (M) Fine Dakota Arms Model 10 Deluxe Single Shot

Lightweight barrel with banded-on sling eye and Talley scope mounts is marked for caliber at left rear. Color case hardened action has non-automatic top tang safety. Factory markings and serial number are on trigger plate. Striking boldly tiger

Lot: 308 - (M) Winchester Super Grade XTR Break Action

Manufactured 1983 through 1985. The Super Grade XTR Express chambered for .30-06 over 12 gauge with "Winchoke". Coin finish receiver with arabesque scroll and vine engraving on sides and bottom of receiver. Blue finish barrels with 1-4X Redfield

Lot: 309 - (C) Winchester Model 1886 Saddle Ring Lever Action

Gun has been to England and has the Birmingham black powder proof mark on the barrel, bolt and left side of receiver. Features include round barrel with full length tubular magazine, factory blade front and adjustable ladder rear sights, lever action

Lot: 310 - (C) Superb Winchester Model 62A .22 Short Gallery

Round barrel with address, markings and "CAL 22 SHORT" on left; standard sporting front sight with standard stamped sporting rear sight, and two piece walnut stocks with 17 groove forearm. Magazine loading port is the proper and correct triangular

Lot: 311 - (C) Near New Winchester Model 61 .22 Magnum Slide

Among the more desirable Model 61 Winchesters are those chambered for the .22 Magnum cartridge. This rifle features: full round barrel, two-thirds magazine, sporting sights, takedown, blue finish, flat grooved walnut forend, plain pistol grip walnut

Lot: 312 - (C) Griffin & Howe Springfield Bolt Action Rifle.

Built on a 1903 Springfield action. This fine sporting rifle features include: round blue barrel with stippled ramp front sight and integral sling swivel post. Safety lever has been modified to accept a scope. Bolt knob has been checkered. Lyman peep

Lot: 313 - (C) Westley Richards Deluxe Model 98 Rifle with

Tapered round barrel is fitted with island base holding two folding leaf express rear sight and Westley Richards patent front sight base with flip-over protector for silver bead with flip-up white night bead. Top of barrel is engraved "Westley

Lot: 314 - (C) WWII German Berlin-Lubecker G43 Rifle with

A G43 "duv44" sniper rifle. Metal retains 65% finish overall. All markings are clear. Good mechanical function. All numbers on the rifle appear to be matching, and the stock is matching numbered as well. Stock also have the "WaA214" mark on the right

Lot: 315 - (C) U.S. Military Remington Model 03-A3 A4 Sniper

Proper gun with markings factory stamped out of the way of the scope block. 12-43 dated barrel without a front sight. Scarce second A4 serial number block, being very early in that range as well. Proper bolt with dished out bolt handle for scope

Lot: 316 - (C) Winchester Model 1892 .38-40 Saddle Ring

Round carbine barrel with semi-buckhorn rear sporting sight, two piece walnut stocks with carbine butt. Very good overall condition with bright bore with sharp rifling. Mechanics are crisp and functioning. Finish is good overall as over 50% thinning

Lot: 317 - (C) Rare Winchester Model 70 National Match Bolt

Rare and desirable pre-64 Winchester Model 70 National Match target rifle with Fecker scope and hang tag. Features sporter weight barrel, target front sights with Unertl type scope bases mounted forward of barrel ring and in receiver bridge; and

Lot: 318 - (C) Rare French WWI Contract Winchester 94 Saddle

Features round carbine barrel with rare and desirable side mounted sling swivels and ladder rear sight graduated in meters for the French World War I contract. Little is known of the 15,100 carbines acquired by the French during World War I. These

Lot: 319 - (C) Winchester Model 71 Deluxe Lever Action

Features round barrel, hooded front sight, slot blank in rear slot, integral bolt peep rear sight, deluxe checkered pistol grip walnut stocks and Winchester quick detachable sling swivels. The carbine variation of the Winchester Model 71 is an

Lot: 320 - (C) Pre-War Winchester Model 71 Deluxe Lever

Pre-war long tang deluxe model features high polish blue finish, hooded front sight, bolt peep rear sight, varnish two piece checkered walnut stocks, grip cap, Winchester quick detachable swivels and checkered steel buttplate. The Model 71 was a

Lot: 322 - (M) Dynamic Chapuis Armes Super Orion C-10

Barrel features quarter rear rib and fixed blade rear sight, ramp front sight with adjustable blade. Bottom of barrels with proper proof marks and maker stamps. Top quarter rib engraved "Express Chapuis Armes France." Double triggers, auto-ejectors,

Lot: 323 - (C) U.S. Springfield Model 1903A1 National Match

Features 2-32 dated Springfield barrel, dark phosphate finish overall with receiver serial number verified as shipped as a 1903A1 National Match rifle by Springfield Research Summary of DCM Sales. Barrel is star gauged at muzzle. Matching number on

Lot: 324 - (C) Beretta Model BM59 Mk IV Semi-Automatic Rifle.

The BM59 is a converted M1 Garand with short folding stock, pistol grip, extended magazine, bipod and grenade launcher. All Beretta marked parts and Alpine paratrooper folding stock. Italian cartouches and inspector marks. Fine bore and action. Comes

Lot: 325 - (A) Winchester Antique Model 1886 Lever Action

Full octagon barrel with full magazine chambered for the .40-82 Winchester cartridge. Two piece American straight grained walnut stocks with crescent butt plate. Case colored receiver with factory applied blue finish on barrel and magazine. Sporting

Lot: 326 - (M) Sterling Davenport Custom Winchester Model 70

Custom rifle with Douglas barrel, hooded front sporting sight and semi-rib with drift adjustable "V" cut rear site. Sterling Davenport is a extremely established custom rifle maker from Tucson Arizona. These best quality custom rifles are guaranteed

Lot: 327 - (C) Scarce WWII Russian Tula 1941 All Matching

This gun is all matching including the magazine. Not import marked. No Finnish markings. This is a straight original condition gun. Dated 1941. Retains 60% original finish. All markings are clear and original, nothing has been renumbered or force

Lot: 328 - (M) Ballard Arms Custom Light Hunter Model 1885

Full special order and custom built Ballard Arms from Onsted, Michigan Model 1885 with tapered round barrel with quarter rib with integral case colored quick release scope rings and mounted with a Leupold Vari-X 1 3-9X40 mm scope with 1" tube. Satin

Lot: 329 - (C) As New Winchester Model 1895 Lever Action

Rifle features full round barrel, Krag style front sight, military rear sight, blue finish, saddle ring and stud, blue carbine buttplate with trapdoor, three piece walnut stock set complete with handguard. Rifle does have a mark here and there on the

Lot: 330 - (C) High Finish & Polish Perch Belly Savage Deluxe

One of the best and most stream-lined lever action rifles ever manufactured and none are as pretty as these early Perch Belly high polish examples. Features full round barrel, Rocky Mountain front sight, blued finish, deluxe checkered walnut forend

Lot: 331 - (C) Scarce High Finish & Polish Octagon Savage

This deluxe Savage Model 1899 features the full tapered octagon barrel, brass bead front sight, sporting rear sight, high polish blue frame, brass cartridge counter, deluxe walnut piano finish checkered Schnabel forend with wrap-around checkering at

Lot: 332 - (C) High Condition Special Order Winchester Model

Special order features include full round barrel, half magazine, takedown, three leaf express rear sight. Features sporting front sight, blued finish, case colored hammer and lever, walnut stocks and rifle butt. Has a tang long range rear sight. All

Lot: 333 - (C) High Condition Winchester Model 1894 Lever

Very high conditioned Winchester saddle ring carbine. Features include round blue barrel with full length tube magazine, blade front sight and carbine style sporting leaf rear sight, blue lever action with saddle ring on left side of receiver, and

Lot: 334 - (C) Deluxe Winchester Model 1886 .45/70 Lever

This deluxe lightweight takedown features a full round barrel, Lyman ivory bead front sight, folding two leaf folding rear sight, tang sight, blue finish, case colored lever and hammer, half magazine, takedown, and deluxe fiery grain triple-X walnut

Lot: 335 - (M) Champlin Firearms Custom .338-378 Bolt-Action

This custom rifles features a full octagon barrel, ported, ramp front sight, single folding leaf rear sight, matted on both sides, integral sling attachment, jeweled bolt and rails, Redfield rings and mounts, four paneled checkered knob, long

Lot: 336 - (M) Jarrett Rifles Custom Remington Model 700 Bolt

This fine Jarrett custom rifle is finished in a matte olive green Cerakote type finish with matching Leupold scope base and mounts. Green textured fiberglass stock with swing swivel studs and black Decelerator butt pad. Barrel is equipped with a

Lot: 337 - (M) Winchester 3rd Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle

This is a Third Model 1873 Winchester that features octagonal barrel with full length tubular magazine, factory front and rear adjustable sights, blued lever action with original dust cover, case color lever and hammer, and front and rear walnut

Lot: 338 - (C) Rare High Condition U.S. Navy Colt Model 1900

The United States Navy took delivery of 250 Model 1900's from October to November of 1900. Serial range of these pistols was 1001 to 1250; all Navy Models are stamped on left side of frame "USN" with partial serial number, in this case "13". Most

Lot: 339 - (C) ID'd Springfield Model 1911 U.S. Army

It isn't often that the complete trunk of World War I possessions comes to market as complete as this, accompanied by his scarce U.S. Springfield Model 1911 service pistol. This collection comes directly from the grandson of Lt. David M. Morgan.

Lot: 340 - (C) Completely Gold Plated & Engraved Smith &

Manufactured 1950-51. The dossier of Alexander Sasha Siemel can be found on Wikipedia. He moved to the United States in 1907 then headed for Argentina two years later where he worked as a gunsmith and became famous for hunting jaguars with only a

Lot: 341 - (C) High Condition Colt Model 1911 U.S. Army

This is one of the highest grade examples of an early bright blue factory finish U.S. Army .45 we have ever encountered. The left side of the frame is stamped "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" along with the "WGP" in circle inspector stamp for Walter G.

Lot: 342 - (C) Scarce High Condition Colt Model 1900

Between 1900 and 1903 approximately 4,274 of this model were manufactured; 550 were issued to the Army and Navy. Originally issued with the sight safety, which this example retains. Slide has the front slide serrations. Came in blued finish with Colt

Lot: 343 - (C) DWM Model 1900 Swiss Luger Semi-Automatic

On May 4th, 1900 the Swiss Bundesrat officially adopted the Luger as the military side arm. This is one of the first series military contract Lugers. This one was made in 1900 and retains approximately 98% of the original factory applied blue finish

Lot: 344 - (C) High Condition Colt Bisley Model Flat Top

Factory letter indicates this Bisley Target No. 304173 has a 7-1/2" barrel in .44 Russian caliber, blued finish and shipped to Chas Godfrey, New York. Revolver features six shot, single action, full high polish factory blue finish, German nickel high

Lot: 345 - (C) Boxed Pre-War Colt Model .38 Super

Manufactured second year of production. This pre-war .38 is nearly pristine; it does not show any signs of having been fired, no takedown line, no muzzle wear, no high edge wear. There is only a high of wear on the checkered mainspring and a hint of

Lot: 346 - (C) Krieghoff 1940 Dated Luger Semi-Automatic

Manufactured by Krieghoff for the German Luftwaffe. 1940 chamber dated Luger. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor

Lot: 347 - (C) Krieghoff 1942 Date Luger Semi-Automatic

Manufactured by Krieghoff for the German Luftwaffe. 1942 chamber dated Luger. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor

Lot: 348 - (C) U.S. Army 1st Contract Colt Model 1900

This pistol was part of the first shipment of automatic pistols sent to the United States military. Shipped in May-June of 1900 in serial range 11 to 207. This example ahs the original sight safety as sent. Left trigger bow is stamped "US". Features

Lot: 349 - (C) Krieghoff 1938 Dated Luger Semi-Automatic

Manufactured by Krieghoff for the German Luftwaffe. 1938 chamber dated Luger. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor

Lot: 350 - (C) Colt Single Action Army 1st Generation High

This commercial Colt Single Action Army was manufactured when Colt was still producing the high finished royal blue as seen on the barrel, housing, cylinder, trigger guard and backstrap. This Colt has all matching numbers. Barrel and housing retain

Lot: 351 - (C) Pre-War Colt Model 1911A1 National Match

In 1935, this was the most expensive automatic in the Colt line-up. All the parts were hand polished and fitted and features blued finish, small checkered trigger, checkered arched mainspring housing, checkered wide spur hammer, checkered slide stop

Lot: 352 - (C) Colt Model 1911 U.S. Navy Semi-Automatic

Almost immediately after production began on the Colt Model 1911 .45 semi-automatic pistol, the Navy placed an order for 15,037 examples to be identical to the Army Model with the exception the slide be marked "MODEL OF 1911 US NAVY" on right side.

Lot: 353 - (C) John Martz Custom Baby Luger Semi-Automatic

John Martz was a skilled craftsman in Northern California that took regular Lugers and turned them into something special. Here we have a superb example of one of his Baby Lugers. It was made from a 1920 commercial Luger. Features include shortened

Lot: 354 - (C) 1902 Luger Carbine Semi-Automatic Pistol.

The 1902 Luger Carbine was manufactured by Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken Co. for commercial sales in Germany and abroad. Designed as a sporting weapon with a detachable buttstock. It was favored by Kaiser Wilhelm. The front contoured stock

Lot: 355 - (C) Cased John Martz Coustom .45 ACP Luger

John Martz was a skilled craftsman in Northern California That took regular Lugers and turned them into something special. Here we have a superb example of one of his .45 ACP Lugers. It was made from a 1920 commercial Luger. The whole grip frame has

Lot: 356 - (C) Pre-War Colt Single Action Army Engraved by

The engraver's name A.A. WHITE" can be found stamped inside the right grip panel. Engraved on the forward grips trap is "FOX DEN / THE FOX FAMILY WCF", which is obviously the customer for this gun; and in silver on backstrap is "WILLIAM R. WALKER

Lot: 357 - (C) Cased John Martz Custom Navy Luger

John Martz was a skilled craftsman in Northern California That took regular Lugers and turned them into something special. Here we have a superb example of one of his Navy Lugers. It was made from a 1923 commercial Luger. This was made up out of a

Lot: 358 - (C) Krieghoff 1944 Dated Luger Semi-Automatic

Manufactured by Krieghoff for the German Luftwaffe. 1944 chamber dated Luger. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor

Lot: 359 - (C) Mauser 41 Banner Portuguese Navy Luger

Rare Portuguese Navy contract Luger. This is out of the third Navy contract of thirty pistols. It falls in the reported serial range 6942w - 6962w. Mauser banner on center toggle link and 41 chamber date. Eagle "N" proof marks on front sight base,

Lot: 360 - (C) Scarce Blued Colt Model 1911A1 U.S. Army

Manufactured 1940. A total of 4,695 pistols were manufactured during this year, making it one of the scarcer pre-war blued U.S. Army Models. This is also one of the best condition 1940 examples we have examined. The slide retains at least 98% of the

Lot: 361 - (C) Krieghoff S Code Luger P.08 Semi-Automatic

Manufactured for the German Air Force by Krieghoff. This is a S chamber date code Krieghoff. Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position,

Lot: 362 - (C) Colt Model 1905 Semi-Automatic Pistol.

A total of 6,100 of this model were manufactured and was the first true production of a .45 ACP weapon. This early three-digit example was manufactured in 1906, the first full year of production and second shipping year. Features blued finish, rear

Lot: 363 - (C) DWM Model 1902 American Eagle Fat Barrel

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken Co. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, center toggle link marked "DWM" in script. Over the chamber is the American Eagle crest.

Lot: 364 - (C) Cased Pair of English Marked Colt Model 1908

This is an interesting cased set. Both of these pistols bear numerous British proof marks. Gun No. 20108 in engraved on the left side of slide "WESTLEY RICHARDS & CO. LONDON. W.". Gun (A) is not so marked. Both pistols are engraved on the right

Lot: 365 - (C) Exquistely Engraved Colt Pre-War Single Action

Matching serial numbers have been stamped twice inside the grip frame, probably by the engraver or person who fitted the custom two piece ivory grips to this firearm. This revolver features nearly full floral coverage, beautifully blued, lacquered

Lot: 366 - (C) Cased Factory Engraved Smith & Wesson Model

The Model 29-2 was the last of the pinned and recessed old school models. Factory letter states that this gun was shipped on May 5th, 1981 in this configuration, listed as class A engraving with rosewood grips and sent to Harry Sugerman Inc in Eynon,

Lot: 367 - (C) Mauser Model 1914 Long Barrel Humpback

According to the book "Mauser Pocket Pistols 1910 to 1946" by Roy Pender, pages 100-101, his comment is "Less than 1,000 of the long barrel humpbacks were made and are one of the highest prized variations". Just like three of the four serial numbers

Lot: 368 - (C) Cased 1st Generation Colt Single Action Army

This fine pre-war Single Action Army features blue and case colored finish, six shot, single action, and wears a pair of the loveliest deep set gold medallion Fleur-de-Lis diamond checkered walnut grips that fit like a glove. This revolver is a solid

Lot: 369 - (C) Krieghoff 1937 Dated Luger Semi-Automatic

Manufactured by Krieghoff for the German Luftwaffe. 1937 chamber dated Luger. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor

Lot: 370 - (C) Krieghoff Post-War Externally Numbered Luger

These post-war guns were mostly put together with spare parts after the Allies captured the Krieghoff factory. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in

Lot: 371 - (C) Krieghoff 1944 Date Luger Semi-Automatic

Listed by serial number on page 74 of Gibson's book "The Krieghoff Parabellum". This is a hard to find Luftwaffe Luger made for use in World War II. Features include dovetail front and V notch rear sights, blue semi-automatic toggle action and black

Lot: 372 - (C) High Polish Colt Model 1911 Commercial Model

Manufactured 1914. Offered is an early four-digit Commercial Model with the early Colt factory high polish blue frame. Right side of frame is stamped "GOVERNMENT MODEL" and "C 5680". "VP" verified proof and "2" stamped on left trigger guard. "2"

Lot: 373 - (C) Pre-War Colt Single Action Army Revolver

Standard catalog blue and case colored First Generation Single Action Army. Colt manufactured the Single Action Army and marked it in .44 S&W Special, .44 S&W and .44 Russian; for a very short time and in scarce quantity they stamped the left

Lot: 374 - (C) Early Colt Model 1911 U.S. Army Semi-Automatic

Features early high polish blue finish, left side of frame stamped "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" with "WGP" for Walter G. Penfield, early slide with 1911 patent date and pony in circle at left rear. Right side of slide stamped "MODEL 1911 US ARMY". Blued

Lot: 375 - (C) Extremely Rare Polish Eagle VIS 35 1939 Dated

Gun retains 90% original finish overall with some wear to the high points and light handling marks. Some slight freckling. There are some very minor pits along the edges of the muzzle of the slide. All markings are crisp and clear including the

Lot: 376 - (C) Near New 1959 Colt Python 6" .357 Magnum

While finding a high condition Python is no large chore these days, if you're willing to spend the money; finding an original First Generation blued model that remains in near new condition can be quite daunting as very few of the early models

Lot: 377 - (C) DWM Model 1900 Test Eagle Luger Semi-Automatic

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. Sold to the United States military for the 1907 test trials. This is known as the 1900 test Eagle Luger. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear

Lot: 378 - (C) High Condition Colt Model 1902 Sporting

These pistols are considered the finest finished semi-automatics ever produced at Colt with the immaculate polishing, rich royal blue high polish commercial finish and the fire blue small parts. This incredible example retains approximately 90-95% of

Lot: 379 - (C) Cased Pair of 1st Generation Colt .32 Caliber

Both revolvers are six shot, single action, blued and case colored with Colt black composite grips. Gun (A) was manufactured 1915 and has all matching numbers. Gun (B) was manufactured in 1928. Both guns retains approximately 90% or better original

Lot: 380 - (C) Lot of 2: 1st year Colt 2nd Generation Single

Both revolvers are identical in configuration with blue and case colored finish and ivory grips. Both guns have been shot and show muzzle wear, cylinder high edge wear and thinning on straps. Still retains 90% or better original finish. Fine bores

Lot: 381 - (C) Boxed Colt Single Action Army 5-1/2" .32-20

This pre-war first Generation Single Action Army features six shot, single action, blue and case colors and Colt black composition grips. The cylinder shows several lines of striations. There is a hint of wear at muzzle, some thinning at bottom of

Lot: 382 - (M) Consecutive Numbered Pair USFA Single Action

United States Firearms Manufactured Company operated in Hartford, Connecticut under the old Colt blue dome. They produced and/or finished some of the finest firearms ever. Their fit and finish is renowned. When comparing to Colt, it is often said

Lot: 383 - (C) Cole Agee Engraved Colt Single Action Army

This Colt was engraved by master craftsman D.W. Harris of Texas and signed on butt. It has all matching numbers. The gun is completely engraved is the so-called "Cattle Brand" style made famous by Harris's mentor Cole Agee. Features nearly complete

Lot: 384 - (C) Wells Fargo Marked Colt Single Action Army

Factory letter states serial No. 327556 was shipped as a blue (and case colored) 4-3/4" .45 Colt caliber, sold to Branson & Griswald of Trinidad, Colorado but shipped to Wyeth Hardware & Manufacturing in St. Joseph, Missouri on September

Lot: 385 - (C) Near New 1st Generation Colt Single Action

Offered is a standard pre-war blue and case colored Colt Single Action Army retaining approximately 95% of its original factory finish. There is a hint of muzzle wear, a 1" area of freckling at forward section of housing, a bit of freckling at front

Lot: 386 - (C) High Condition Mauser Model 1914 Humpback

Listed in Pender's book as the Late Transition on pages 104-105. Has the three line patent address on left side of slide, Mauser banner on left side of frame, matching numbers, crown "U" on back of slide. Features the milled frame on right side,

Lot: 387 - (C) Union Switch & Signal Co. Model 1911A1 U.S.

Manufactured 1943. Left side of slide is stamped "US&S CO SWISSVALE PA USA" and has a distinct temper line and matte finish. No "P" on slide. Right side of frame stamped "UNITES STATES PROPERTY M1911A1 US ARMY". Grips are brown composite

Lot: 388 - (C) Union Switch & Signal Co. Model 1911A1 U.S.

Manufactured 1943. Left side of slide is stamped "US&S CO SWISSVALE PA USA" and has a distinct temper line and matte finish. "P" on top side of slide. Right side of frame stamped "UNITES STATES PROPERTY M1911A1 US ARMY". Brown composite Keyes

Lot: 389 - (C) Exceptional Colt Model 1903 Hammer Pocket

This gun retains 98% original finish overall with sharp clear markings. An almost impossible gun to improve upon. Original hard rubber grips are excellent with minor handling marks and a minor blemish/ding on the bottom of the right grip. Excellent

Lot: 390 - (C) High Condition U.S. Springfield Model 1911

This first year production Springfield Model 1911 U.S. Army features the "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" stamp on right side of frame along with Ordnance bomb, right side of frame is stamped "NO 77274", long smooth trigger, Type I short checkered widespur

Lot: 391 - (C) Colt Bisley Frontier Six Shooter .44-40

According to the factory letter Serial No. 277663 was shipped on May 23rd, 1906 to Krakauer, Zork & Moye in a shipment of ten guns to El Paso, Texas as a 4-3/4", blue and case colored, .44 caliber with stocks not listed. This revolver has seen

Lot: 392 - (C) US Colt Model 1911A1 1924 Transition

In 1924, Colt sent 10,000 pistols to the Ordnance Department with several new changes resulting from complaints about the original Model 1911; the most distinguishing figure being the arched mainspring housing, which better filled the hand. These

Lot: 393 - (C) Scarce Model 1911 Remington UMC US Model

Pistol was shipped in September 1918. Remington Arms received two contracts to produce half a million pistols; production was delayed until August of 1918 and the contract was cancelled shortly after the armistice was signed on November 11th, 1918.

Lot: 394 - (C) Gold Inlaid & Engraved Colt Model 1902

This incredible pistol has been master engraved with scroll leaf and punch dot background with gold borders, intricate inlay and a beautiful gold inlay monogram surrounded by scroll leaf on top of slide. The engraving encompasses all three slide

Lot: 395 - (C) Near New Colt Model 1902 Military Model

This pistol remains in as close to as new, as shipped condition as one could possibly hope for. Like any 100 year old gun, there are a couple of minor storage marks but as to percentage of finish, it is as close to 100% as one exists. The grips are

Lot: 396 - (C) Boxed Pre-War Colt Model 1911A1 Ace

This beautiful pistols has a ghostly hint of muzzle wear, no takedown line and a hint of wear on grips safety but still retains 99% or better of the original high polish pre-war Colt royal blue with fully checkered walnut grips, standard target rear

Lot: 397 - (M) Boxed U.S. Firearms Mfg. Co. Model 1910 Colt

The United States Firearms Manufactured Company operated in Hartford, Connecticut under the original Colt blue dome. There, they produced some of the finest high finish Colt type firearms ever produced, equal to, if not superior to the originals.

Lot: 398 - (M) Leatherette Cased 3rd Generation Colt Single

This revolver shows no signs of having been fired. Has a couple of minor storage marks at worst. It is a six shot, single action, full nickel plate with black eagle grips. Leatherette case with vintage box of Remington UMC ammunition. From the G.

Lot: 399 - (C) Cased Colt Model 1911 British Service

Between 1915 and 1918, Colt produced the Colt Model 1911 chambered for the .455 Eley cartridge for British World War I contracts. They are easily identifiable as the serial number has a "W" prefix and the slide is stamped ".455". Estimated total

Lot: 400 - (C) Fitz Special Colt Detective Double Action

The factory letter shows serial No. 404309 as a 2" blue, .38 caliber Detective Special with the cut-away trigger guard, round butt, hammer spur filed off and shipped to Albert Foster Jr. (lone account), New York on March 11th, 1932. This factory

Lot: 401 - (C) Boxed Lockheed Marked Colt Marshal Double

With less than 2500 Colt Marshals made, this is a very scarce gun. Very few are found in the original box. This one was sold to Lockheed and marked on the butt "Lockheed MSD". Made in 1954. This fine revolver is an all blue double action revolver

Lot: 402 - (C) Colt Model 1911 U.S. Army Semi-Automatic

Manufactured 1917. This is a very high condition 1917 era standard Model 1911 military pistol. Left side of frame is stamped "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" and has the inspector stamp "GHS" in circle for Major Gilbert H. Stewart. Right side of frame has

Lot: 403 - (C) Scarce Springfield Model 1911 U.S. Army

Manufactured 1915. The blued barrel is stamped "S P" together on left lug, which would indicate a Springfield Armory barrel manufactured 1919 to 1937. Left side of frame is stamped "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" with Springfield flaming bomb. Right side of

Lot: 404 - (C) Nazi Marked German Mauser S/42 Code P.08

Manufactured for the German military by Mauser. This is a 1936 chamber date S/42 code. Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position,

Lot: 405 - (C) Colt Service Model Ace .22 Semi-Automatic

These were manufactured between 1935-45 (13,800). Right side of slide is stamped "COLT SERVICE MODEL ACE". Matching number on slide. Left side of frame has the "RS" inspector stamp in rectangle for Robert Sears. Features blued finish, adjustable

Lot: 406 - (C) Early Colt Model 1911 U.S. Army Semi-Automatic

Manufactured during the first true year of production, this pistol features the early bright commercial type finish with brighter blue small parts. It has a first type slide with the last patent date 1911 and a pony and circle at left rear. Type I

Lot: 407 - (C) Royal Air Force Contract Colt Model 1911

Between 1915 and 1918, during World War I, Colt made contract pistols for the British Government. Serial number is prefixed with "W" and caliber is .455. It is estimated the British purchased 13,300 pistols during the war. Left side of frame is

Lot: 408 - (C) Rare Argentine 1941 Navy Colt Model 1911

Often misunderstood, this commercial Colt ordered for the Argentine Navy in 1941 is actually as a rare as a Singer or North American Arms. According to records, the Argentine Navy ordered 500 "off the shelf" Colt commercial Model 1911's in two

Lot: 409 - (C) Colt Camp Perry Model Single Shot Target

Manufactured 1933. Features blued finish, target sights, long checkered trigger, checkered hammer and silver medallion checkered walnut grips. Aside from a few marks at sight adjustment screw there is only a hint of wear on this gun with some minor

Lot: 410 - (C) Colt Model 1911 U.S. Navy Semi-Automatic

According to the research, the frame of this gun was made in 1918 and does not fall into the Navy serial number range, and all pistols sent to the Navy in 1918 were marked "US ARMY" as the last of the Navy marked slides were prior to 1916. Here we

Lot: 411 - (C) Near New Colt Mdoel 1911 US Army

Aside from a couple of light storage spots on top of slide, a hint of muzzle wear, the mainspring housing being grey patina and some thinning on grip safety, this pistol remains in almost near new inside and out, unfired condition retaining nearly

Lot: 412 - (C) Near New Colt New Service Flat Top Target

The pre-war Colt Flat Top Target New Service was the most expensive gun in the Colt line-up in 1923 and up to World War II. This revolver features six shot, double action, blued finish, flat top frame, high adjustable front sight, target adjustable

Lot: 413 - (C) Near New Colt New Service Flat Top Target .44

The pre-war Colt Flat Top Target New Service was the most expensive gun in the Colt line-up in 1923 and up to World War II. This revolver features six shot, double action, blued finish, flat top frame, high adjustable front sight, target adjustable

Lot: 414 - (C) German Police Mauser Banner P.08 Luger

Manufactured by Mauser for the German police. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADN", center toggle link

Lot: 415 - (C) As New Smith & Wesson 4th Model Straight Line

Manufactured from 1925 to 1936. This is a single shot made with a side swing barrel, blued finish, adjustable target side, Patridge front and gold medallion smooth walnut grips. Total of 1870 were manufactured. Housed in its original green felt lined

Lot: 416 - (C) Persian Artillary Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol.

Manufactured by Mauser for military contract sales to Iran. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, nine position adjustable rear sight at rear of barrel, wood checkered grips. Iranian crest above chamber. All writing

Lot: 417 - (C) Nazi Marked 42 Dated byf Code Luger

Manufactured for the German military by Mauser. This is a 42 chamber date code byf. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position,

Lot: 418 - (C) Cased 1906 American Eagle Luger Semi-Automatic

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. for commercial sales in the United States. This is known as the 1906 American Eagle Luger. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear

Lot: 419 - (C) Boxed Colt Model 1903 U.S. Gov't Property

This pistol was manufactured early in the war, 1942, before the general Officer's pistols switch to the parkerized finish. It is as new, unfired with blued finish. Right frame is stamped "US PROPERY". Has the correct silver medallion checkered walnut

Lot: 420 - (M) Fully Engraved & Nickel Plated Colt Mk IV

This .38 Super features nearly complete 100% coverage, masterfully executed scroll and punch dot design, fully nickel plated with faux ivory grips with Colt pony on each side. As new inside and out as engraved. Cannot find any engraver's signature,

Lot: 421 - (A)First Model Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action

Very fine First Model Winchester 1873 round barrel rifle with thumbprint dust cover, set trigger, proper First Model second pattern rear sight, nickel silver blade front sight, two piece oil finished walnut stocks and crescent butt with trap for four

Lot: 422 - (A) Fine British Proofed "Big 50" Winchester Model

This was an extremely popular configuration and caliber. Imported by Britain to service their colonies, especially India for the use of tiger hunting. Features full round barrel, 1876 ladder front sight, button magazine, blued finish, walnut stocks

Lot: 423 - (A) Extraordinarily Fine U.S. Model 1816 Type II

This exceptional Model 1816 musket is one of the finest known specimens in existence. Features a brown round smoothbore barrel, left side of breech stamped "P/eagle's head/V" and top stamped "Q/b/30", tang dated 1830. Casehardened flat lockplate with

Lot: 424 - (A) Winchester Model 1866 Lever Action Rifle

Features full round barrel, full magazine, two barrel bands, front sight integral to front band, two leaf folding rear sight, brass frame, brass rifle buttplate, case colored hammer and walnut stocks. This is a far above average example with great,

Lot: 425 - (A) Exemplary Austrian Model 1872 Früwirth

Retains 90% vivid case colors on receiver, trigger guard, nose cap, and rear sight. Buttplate retains 60% mottled case colors. Barrel retains 85% blue. This gun does not bear any military markings. Wood is fine with light dings and handling marks.

Lot: 426 - (A) Sharps New Model 1863 Breech Loading

Approximately 6,650 of these muskets were manufactured. Round blued rifled barrel, top marked "SHARPS RIFLE/MANUFG. CO./HARTFORD CONN" and "NEW MODEL 1863", left side of breech marked "R.S.L." Flip up adjustable rear sight and front bayonet

Lot: 427 - (A) High-Condition Winchester Model 1894 Lever

Manufactured in 1898. High-condition Winchester 1894 saddle ring carbine. Features include; round blue barrel with full length tubular magazine. Integral blade front and three leaf rear express sights. Blue lever action with saddle ring on left side.

Lot: 428 - (A) Northwest Mounted Police Winchester 1876

Standard 3rd Model carbine with barleycorn front sight, 1,000 yard musket-style ladder rear sight, left side of receiver has a stud and ring, uncheckered straight grain American walnut straight stock with full length forearm, single band, steel

Lot: 429 - (A) Winchester Model 1876 .50-95 Express Lever

Features full octagon barrel, full length magazine, blue finish overall, case colored hammer and lever, and two piece walnut stocks with crescent buttplate. Chambered for the .50-95 Express cartridge. Proper two line Winchester address barrel

Lot: 430 - (A) Winchester Model 1876 Open Top Lever Action

According to factory records this rifle was manufactured September 12th, 1878 with 28" octagon barrel, full magazine chambered for the .45-75 Winchester cartridge. This early first model 1876 Rifle with Open Top receiver has two piece straight

Lot: 431 - (A) Scarce High Condition Bullard Small Frame

Approximately 500 small frame Bullards were manufactured between 1886 and 1890. The Bullard rifle is considered the finest and smoothest lever action ever built. Its manufacturing cost were such that there are almost no two alike as a customer could

Lot: 432 - (A) High Conditioned Deluxe Winchester Model 1885

Manufactured in 1888. Features include; octagonal barrel with blade front sight, spirit level rear sight and a Lyman No.1 tang peep sight, case color falling block action with lever and single trigger, double X walnut stocks Schnabel forestock with

Lot: 433 - (A) Winchester Model 1886 Deluxe Lever Action

Full deluxe rifle with octagon barrel, sporting blade front sight, buckhorn elevator adjusted rear sight, full magazine, set trigger and checkered pistol grip deluxe XX walnut stocks with crescent butt. Serial number is indeterminable as it worn from

Lot: 434 - (A) Extremely Rare U.S. Springfield Model 1867

According to Flayderman, a total of 424 Model 1867 Cadet rifles were manufactured from 1867 to 1868 at the Springfield Armory. The majority were shipped to the Westpoint Military Academy. It is one of, if not the rarest of all production U.S.

Lot: 435 - (C) Prime Winchester 3rd Model 1873 Musket with

Third Model Musket with 30" round barrel, full magazine, square base front sight/bayonet lug and 900 yard musket ladder rear sight. Receiver is third type with integral dust cover rail and third type dust cover. Mounted with uncheckered, nicely

Lot: 436 - (A) Winchester Third Model 1873 Musket Lever

Manufactured in 1895. This is a Third Model 1873 Winchester musket. Features include; round barrel with full length musket style tubular magazine, musket style post front sight and adjustable folding-leaf rear sight, blued lever action with original

Lot: 437 - (A) Special Order Winchester 1873 Third Model

Made in 1890. Special order Winchester 1873 Third Model. Features include; extra length heavy octagonal barrel with full length tubular magazine. Correct front and rear adjustable sights. Leaver action with single set trigger and dust cover. Walnut

Lot: 438 - (A) Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action

Features half round-half octagon barrel with sporting blade front sight, elevator adjustable rear sight with knurled edges, half magazine, case colored receiver, and crescent butt. This fine 1886 is chambered for the .45-70 Gov't cartridge. Special

Lot: 439 - (A) Winchester Model 1894 Takedown Lever Action

Features octagon barrel with full magazine, blue and case colored finishes, two piece walnut stocks and crescent butt. Chambered for the 38-55 Winchester cartridge and equipped with additional .32 Winchester Special 26" octagon barrel with half

Lot: 441 - (A) Northwest Mounted Police Winchester Model 1876

Features full round barrel, metal forend tip, single barrel band, military style folding rear sight, blued finish, nearly full length walnut forend, walnut buttstock, carbine buttplate, and saddle ring and stud. The stocks on these carbines issued to

Lot: 442 - (A) Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action Rifle

Features full octagon barrel with full magazine, sporting blade front sight, pattern 1876 ladder rear sight with graduations to 1,000 yards; two piece straight grained American walnut stocks with crescent butt with trap for cleaning rods, blue and

Lot: 443 - (A) Winchester Antique Model 1876 Lever Action

Full octagon barrel with full magazine, two piece American walnut stocks with crescent butt equipped with trap for cleaning rods, sporting front sight with ladder adjustable 1876 rifle sight graduated to 1,000 yards. The 1876 was Winchester's entry

Lot: 446 - (A) High Condition Marlin-Ballard Model 6-1/2

This high condition rifle features an octagon to round blued barrel, case colored frame, lever block and hammer; checkered walnut forend with slight Schnabel, checkered pistol grip stock with rollover cheek piece and nickel Swiss buttplate. The front

Lot: 447 - (C) W. J. Jeffery & Co. Grade No. 2 Engraved Bolt

The No. 2 was the highest quality bolt rifle normally available from Jeffery, and was very popular due to its pleasing and exceptionally well executed engraving. This fine rifle has tapered round barrel mounted with sleeved-on island base holding one

Lot: 448 - (A) Deluxe Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action

Manufactured 1883, Special order full octagon barrel with full length magazine, case colored receiver hammer, lever and buttplate. Two piece deluxe checkered American walnut stocks with pistol grip. Barrel mounted with Beech folding front sight and

Lot: 449 - (A) High Condition Winchester Third Model 1873

Manufactured in 1887. Features include; octagonal blue barrel with button magazine, dovetailed front sight and adjustable sporting rear sight, blued lever action, dust cover and forend cap; case color leaver, hammer and crescent buttplate with

Lot: 450 - (A) Engraved Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action

According to the factory letter, this special order Winchester No. 191227 was shipped as a rifle with half octagon barrel, half magazine and plain trigger shipped on September 15th, 1885. It comes with a letter from Pauline Muerrle dated 1997,

Lot: 451 - (A) Profusely Inlaid and Carved Fullstock

Octagonal rifled barrel signed "S * B" in script on top flat for Samuel Baum. According to page 28 of "Pennsylvania Gunmakers" by Whisker and Chandler, Samuel Baum worked in Juniata and Susquehanna Valleys in Pennsylvania sometime after 1821. This

Lot: 452 - (A) Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle.

A full octagon barrel, set trigger, full magazine and crescent butt are just some of the features of this 1881 produced Winchester Model 1872 Second Model rifle. Documented with a factory letter verifying the configuration and indicating a shipment

Lot: 453 - (A) Carved Flintlock Kentucky Rifle Attributed to

This attractive incise-carved rifle was probably made in Virginia by Simon Lauck. It features a rifled octagonal barrel with sights on top flat. Flat lockplate with a few sprigs of engraving. Brass furniture includes a four-piece engraved patchbox

Lot: 454 - (A) Fullstock Flintlock Kentucky Long Rifle Carved

Peter White worked in Bedford, Pennsylvania in his early days before moving to Uniontown, Pennsylvania around the time of the War of 1812. He died in 1824 and is buried in the Presbyterian Cemetery in Uniontown. His work is scarce but he was a very

Lot: 455 - (A) U.S. Navy Marked Winchester 1895 Lee Straight

Metal retains most of a pleasing but cleaned patina with about 20% original blue in protected areas. Some areas of very minor pitting. All markings are clear. Wood is fine with light handling marks, slight crack at wrist. Good mechanical function.

Lot: 456 - (A) Extremely Rare U.S. Springfield Model 1875 Lee

Only 143 of these rifles were made by Springfield in 1875, using the Martini style dropping block action and a unique centrally mounted hammer with tall top spur. These were invented by James P. Lee and made under his supervision at Springfield and

Lot: 457 - (A) Whitney Kennedy Large Frame Lever Action

Manufactured 1879-1886. Features octagon barrel with full length magazine, German silver Rocky Mountain front sight and sporting rear sight with checkered sides. Top flat of barrel forward of rear sight is marked "WHITNEYVILLE ARMORY CT. U.S.A.

Lot: 458 - (A) Winchester Model 1876 Open Top Lever Action

Features full octagon barrel with full magazine and two piece American walnut stocks with crescent butt with trap for cleaning rods. This First Model Open Top has factory sling swivels however are noted on letter. Nickel bladed sporting front sight

Lot: 459 - (A) Rare & Desirable Springfield Chaffee-Reese

Gun 85% finish overall, receiver having a mottled appearance. Significant finish wear on buttplate and trigger guard. Bolt has some original blue remaining. Gun is even with finish and wear patterns, consistent with age and light use. Stock has some

Lot: 460 - (A) Rare Springfield Bolt Action Model 1892 Krag

Gun retains a pleasing patina overall. All markings are clear. Receiver is marked "1894". Stock has a clear 1895 dated cartouche. Fine mechanical function. Scarce second variation with open upper band and steel tipped cleaning rod. Correct bolt with

Lot: 461 - (A) Fine Near New U.S. Model 1842 Percussion

Finding another Model 1842 musket in this condition would be nearly impossible, as this example retains about 98% factory original bright polished surfaces and the stock retains nearly all of the original finish. This musket features tapered round

Lot: 462 - (A) Daniel Fraser Dropping Block Single Shot

The two major Edinburgh rifle makers of the late 19th century were Daniel Fraser and Alexander Henry. Fraser apprenticed under Henry and the two often collaborated. This is undoubtedly a third quality rifle by Alexander Henry, but it bears no Henry

Lot: 463 - (A) High Condition Remington Hepburn sporting

The barrel markings "E. Remington and Sons Ilion, New York" date from 1880 to 1889. Has the early style case colored forearm cap as seen on page 14 in the book Remingtons No. 3 Hepburn by Tom Rowe. Has the checkering pattern on page 16 top left of

Lot: 464 - (A) American Rampart Musket Dated 1776.

This musket was apparently part of the Emmor K. Adams Collection in the early 20th century. The musket is in the black and completely dry and in "as found" attic condition. Features a massive iron octagonal heavily swamped barrel without markings.

Lot: 465 - (A) British Proofed Special Order Winchester 1894

Manufactured in 1897. This special order semi-deluxe Winchester has a British proof "Crown over V" on the left side of the chamber and rear of the bolt. Special features include button magazine, leaf rear sight, uncheckered pistol grip rear stock,

Lot: 466 - (A) Winchester Model 1894 Semi-Deluxe Lever Action

This semi-deluxe was manufactured in 1895. Special features include single set trigger, Lyman hunting front, rear sight 2" from the frame. Uncheckered pistol grip rear stock. Blue octagonal barrel with full length tubular magazine. Good bore with

Lot: 467 - (A) Winchester Model 1894 Deluxe Lever Action

This special order deluxe carbine was manufactured in 1895. Special features include button magazine and checkered pistol grip rear stock. Blue round nickel steel barrel with correct blade front sight and adjustable ladder rear sight. Fair bore with

Lot: 469 - (A) Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Saddle Ring

Features round carbine barrel with 1886 folding ladder carbine sight, two piece walnut stocks with carbine buttplate. Originally blue and case color finishes. The 1886 was the strongest lever action of the period and the Saddle Ring Carbine was a lot

Lot: 470 - (A) Bullard Repeating Arms Co. Model 1886 Large

Features round tapered barrel with German silver blade front sight and Marbles commercial rear sight. No barrel markings are evident. Receiver bridge marked "CAL 40" and is believed to be .40-70 Bullard or .40-60 Winchester. Left side of receiver is

Lot: 471 - (C) Fine Winchester WWII M1 Garand Rifle (1942).

Manufactured 1942 with Winchester proofed barrel with drawing number on top of chamber. No date of barrel manufacture observed. Locking bar rear sight. Winchester components observed include: barrel, bolt, trigger assembly, hammer, and safety. Early

Lot: 472 - (A) Scarce Winchester 1st Model 1879 Hotchkiss

Gun retains an even patina, having been lightly cleaned at some point. Appears to have some very slight touch up on the receiver and bolt, as well as towards the end of the barrel. Some light pitting here and there. All markings are clear. Fine

Lot: 473 - (A) Fine Colt Model 1861 Special Contract

Colt manufactured about 100,000 of these Model 1861 rifle muskets between 1862 and 1864 for the government and an additional almost 14,000 were fabricated and sold commercially. The design generally represents an 1861, but there are areas, such as

Lot: 474 - (A) Winchester Deluxe Model 1873 Lever Action

Factory letter states that rifle Serial No. 200430 was shipped February 3rd, 1886 as an octagon rifle with set trigger, checkered stock, pistol grip and case hardened, which is how it remains today. Features standard sporting Winchester sights and

Lot: 475 - (A) Rare Remington Keene 20".45-70 Bolt Action

Everything on this short rifle appears to be 100% factory. The twist is that we can find no record of a 20" rifle having ever been offered for public sale. That said, this is a commercial model and therefore, any other company at the time a customer

Lot: 476 - (A) Remington Hepburn Number 3 "B Quality" Match

Part octagon, part round barrel is marked "REMINGTON ARMS CO. ILION, N.Y." on top flat. Caliber marking is on bottom. A windage adjustable spirit level sight No. 578 is installed. Case hardened side lever action is marked "HEPBURNS PAT" and with date

Lot: 477 - (A) Rare Daniel Fraser Small Frame Dropping Block

Round barrel with full length matted rib is fitted with one standing, two nested leaf express rear sight, Fraser scope bases, and silver bead front sight. Unmatted portion is engraved "D. & J. Fraser", "4 Leith St Terrace" and "Edinburgh". Small

Lot: 478 - (A) Fine Remington Rolling Block Long Range

Slightly tapered round barrel is marked "E. REMINGTON & SONS ILION. N.Y." on top. It is fitted with adjustable spirit level front sight numbered "312". Caliber marking is on bottom of barrel. Large case hardened rolling block action has serial

Lot: 479 - (A) Cased Medeum Frame Colt Lightning Magazine

Manufactured in 1893. One of the hardest Colt Lightning's to find is the baby carbine. Features include; round light weight barrel with full length tubular magazine. Integral front and factory carbine type ladder sights. Blue slide action with

Lot: 480 - (A) Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle.

Manufactured in 1893. Features include octagonal blue barrel and full length tubular magazine. Factory front sight, Marbles sporting rear sight and a Lyman No. 1 tang sight. Case color action, hammer, lever. Crescent butt plate and forend cap. Walnut

Lot: 481 - (A) Relic Sharps Model 1863 New Model Carbine from

This carbine comes with a 10" x 7" brass plaque that states that this relic Sharps carbine was found on the site of the "Cavalry Fight" in Bushmans' Woods on the Gettysburg Battlefields. The plaque goes on to describe the details of this battle,

Lot: 482 - (A) Fine German Percussion Rifle by Baader.

Swamped octagonal rifled barrel inlaid in shaded block lettering "F. BAADER in MUNCHEN." Gold band and band of stiff leaf decoration at muzzle and patent breech features four gold and white gold bands with chiseled borders and florals and a copper

Lot: 483 - (A) Early Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action Rifle

This early Model 1876 features full octagon, full magazine, blue finish overall, case colored hammer and lever, sporting front sight, 1876 marked ladder rear sight Second Model variation with dustcover guide attached by two screws, traditional two

Lot: 484 - (A) Special Order Colt Lightning Large Frame

Features full octagon barrel with full magazine, blued finish, sporting front sight, elevator adjustable rear sight, varnished two piece American walnut stocks with factory checkered forearm, and custom Germanic hand carved buttstock with crescent

Lot: 485 - (A) Rare Colt Medium Frame .44-40 Caliber

Of the great Colt collectors rarities is the Colt Lightning Musket. Less than 300 were ever produced and most went to Costa Rica for a military contract. Fitted with a round barrel with lug for sabre bayonet, fixed front, reversed ladder adjustable

Lot: 486 - (A) U.S. Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine.

This is a standard U.S. issue Saddle Ring Carbine from the Indian Wars period. This is one of about 20,000 made and is in the early pre-1876 serial range under 43,700. Standard 1873 carbine stamped rear sight, original saddle ring bar and ring,

Lot: 487 - (A) Martially Marked Winchester-Hotchkiss 3rd

Produced between 1879 and 1899 with 84,555 made, this example manufactured in 1884. Blued barrel with bayonet lug/front sight mounted on top, near muzzle and Winchester markings on top, near center. Adjustable ramp rear sight, breech stamped "U.S. /

Lot: 488 - (A) Scarce U.S. Springfield Model 1870 Tradoor

There were only 341 Model 1870 carbines made and they were all produced in 1871. Standard bright barrel, original saddle ring bar and ring, and blued single band and trigger guard. Block is stamped “U.S. / MODEL / 1870” with an eagles head.

Lot: 489 - (A) U.S. Model 1855 Percussion Rifle Musket by

This example features a round, rifled, bright steel barrel with blued two leaf rear sight and faceted breech dated 1859 on top, left side stamped "V / P/ (eagles head)". Flat percussion lockplate with beveled edges and Maynard primer door stamped

Lot: 490 - (A) High Condition Whitneyville Armory Kennedy .44

The Whitney Kennedy lever action rifle was manufactured from 1879 to 1886 in all variations with approximately 15,000 total manufactured. It is an extremely difficult firearm to find in high condition. This is one of those firearms. Features: full

Lot: 491 - (A) Fine Condition Early Winchester Lee Straight

Only about 1700 of these interesting rifles were made, all chambered for the Lee Navy cartridge. This is of standard configuration with tapered barrel fitted with standard sporting rear, and German silver blade front sights. Serial number is on top

Lot: 492 - (A) Winchester .44-40 Third Model 1873 Lever

Manufactured in 1885. This is a third model 1873 Winchester. Features include; Round barrel with full length tubular magazine. Factory front sight, factory rear adjustable sight and Lyman tang peep sight. Blued lever action with original dust cover.

Lot: 493 - (A) Superb Quality Dan'l Fraser .303 Falling-Block

Tapered round barrel is fitted with file cut top rib lowered toward front forming front ramp. "Daniel Fraser & Co", "Gun & Rifle Manufacturers" and "4 Leith St. Terrace Edinburgh" is engraved on uncut central portion in front of one standing,

Lot: 494 - (A) Near New Colt Lightning Slide Action .32

This is a sad tale of a rifle that remains in almost brand spanking new condition. All original, does not appear to be fired, but somewhere, sometime a person with extremely acidic hands grabbed the rifle at the rear of the frame and carried it where

Lot: 495 - (A) H.H. Wolcott (President of Starr Arms) Single

H.H. Wolcott was the President of the Starr Arms Company in the 1860's. Mr. Wolcott developed his post Civil War carbine for the military trials of 1865. He received a patent on June 13 1865. An example of this developmental carbine is pictured in

Lot: 496 - (A) Cute Little High Condition Holland & Holland

(1896) Tapered round barrel is engraved with caliber on octagonal breech section. A sleeved-on base holds one standing two folding nested leaf rear sight. Silver front bead is in sleeved-on ramp. Top of barrel is engraved with H&H address and

Lot: 497 - (A) Colt 2nd Model Dragoon Percussion Revolver

The smallest of the three production phases of the Dragoon with 2,700 manufactured. It is U.S. marked and inspected. Left side of frame is stamped "COLT'S PATENT US" with inspector stamp "B". You will find matching numbers on frame, barrel, trigger

Lot: 498 - (A) Cased London Colt Single Action Army Flat Top

This revolver has the "LONDON PALL MALL" barrel address, high target front sight, flat top frame, wind-adjustable rear sights, ix shot, single action, full blued finish, case colored hammer and Fleur-de-Lis carved walnut grips. Matching numbers on

Lot: 499 - (A) Leather Cased London Dealer Colt Single Action

Barrel has the "PALL MALL LONDON" address. No barrel serial number under rod. Cylinder has British proofs in every flute. The barrel has strong, clean bright rifling and is basically a homogenous patina with bright blue under ejector rod housing.

Lot: 500 - (A) Confederate 2nd Model LeMat Grapeshot

Standard configuration, full octagonal barrel marked "Col. Lemat Bte s.g.d.g. Paris". This is an honest example of the famous grapeshot revolver that would have been in the Confederate Army in early 1863. Survival on guns prior to about serial number

Lot: 501 - (A) Documented Pair of Early English Flintlock

This exceptional pair of pre-Revolutionary War officer's pistols are from the personal collection of Warren Moore, author of "Weapons of the American Revolution". The pistols are featured in the beginning of the book on page 25 plate 26. Many items

Lot: 502 - (A) U.S. Marked Colt Single Action Army Revolver.

Manufactured 1874. Offered is a Colt Single Action army issued to the U.S. Cavalry that features a 7-1/2" barrel, six shot, blue and case colored with one piece walnut grips. Gun has donut ejector head. This revolver has matching numbers on frame,

Lot: 503 - (A) U.S. Martial Colt 1st Model Dragoon Percussion

Approximately 7,000 manufactured First Models in 1848-49 only. This example is stamped "US" on left side of frame. Full or partial matching serial numbers can be found on the barrel, frame, cylinder, backstrap, trigger guard, cylinder post, loading

Lot: 504 - (A) Prototype Roth-Theodorovic Semi-Automatic

Roth–Theodorovic pistols were a series of prototypes sometimes identified with model years including 1895, 1897 and 1898. These long-recoil, locked-breech, double-action semi-automatic pistols were designed by Austrian inventor Wasa Theodorovic

Lot: 505 - (A) U.S. Model 1805 Harpers Ferry Flintlock

This is another new to market Harper’s Ferry flintlock pistol that is previously unrecorded. This particular gun was made in the last year of production in 1808 and is so marked on the lock. The barrel breech is marked serial number "1806" along

Lot: 506 - (A) Colt 3rd Model Dragoon Percussion Revolver.

Manufactured in 1859. Approximately 10,500 were made 1851-1861. The most noticeable differences of the Third Model is the newly designed loading lever and round trigger guard. In addition, this revolver was factory cut for a shoulder stock. The

Lot: 507 - (A) U.S. Marked Colt Single Action Army Cavalry

This cavalry revolver was amongst the last shipments of this model to the U.S. Government, inspected by Renaldo A. Carr and dated 1890. Matching numbers on barrel, frame, trigger guard and backstrap. Cylinder is numbered 3360 and stamped with "B"

Lot: 508 - (A) Fine Cased Pair of Le Page Target Pistols.

Blued octagonal steel barrels with multigroove rifling, engraved patent breeches numbered "1" and "2" to match tangs, and top flats inscribed "Fni LePage Moutier a Paris". Diminutive sights on tops. Casehardened breeches and scroll-engraved

Lot: 509 - (A) Extraordianry Colt Model 1865 Pocket Navy

Blue and case colored with octagon barrel, brass pin front sight and one line New-York U.S. America address. It has five shot rebated cylinder with stagecoach holdup scene. Left side of frame is marked "COLTS PATENT" and left shoulder of trigger

Lot: 510 - (A) Incredible 1st Year Production Colt Model 1862

When was the last time you saw an original Colt pocket Police when, as first glance, you assumed it was an Italian copy? This revolver is nearly that nice. The round barrel retains approximately 95% of the brilliant high polish Colt factory blue

Lot: 512 - (A) Fine Condition Colt Model 1861 Navy Percussion

Manufactured 1863. With a mere 38,800 manufactured, compared to the over 200,000 of the 1851 and 1860, making this the scarcest of the series. It was beautifully designed, featuring the swept streamlined round barrel of the 1860 army, combined with

Lot: 513 - (A) Colt DFC Single Action Army Cavalry Revolver

David F. Clarke inspected 1880 manufacture Colt Cavalry Model with blue and case colored finish and walnut grips. You will find matching numbers on the barrel, frame, trigger guard and backstrap. The "DFC" mark can be found on the barrel, frame and

Lot: 515 - (A) Cased Colt London Model 1849 Pocket Percussion

All matching numbers to include barrel, cylinder, frame, wedge, backstrap, loading lever and cylinder pin. Barrel and cylinder stamped with British proofs; crown over "V" and crown over "GP". Barrel stamped with "ADDRESS COL. COLT LONDON". Cylinder

Lot: 516 - (A) High Condition Colt Model 1862 Police Pocket

The deep, rich Colt royal blue finish and the bright case colors nearly jump off the table. The round barrel retains approximately 95% of the brilliant high polish Colt factory blue finish with just little storage nicks and some muzzle wear. The case

Lot: 517 - (A) High Condition Colt Model 1849 Percussion

Features octagon barrel, five shot, single action roll engrave stagecoach holdup scene, plated straps and varnished one piece walnut grips. You will find full or partial matching serial numbers on frame, barrel, cylinder, trigger guard, backstrap,

Lot: 518 - (A) Colt Model 1849 6" Percussion Pocket Revolver

There are full or partial matching serial numbers on the frame, barrel, cylinder post, cylinder, trigger guard, backstrap, loading lever and wedge. This early revolver has been well cared for. The octagon barrel and cylinder retain approximately 90%

Lot: 519 - (A) Spectacular Condition Colt Model 1849

This Hartford address Pocket Model is about as nice as they come condition-wise. The roll-engraved stagecoach scene on the blued cylinder is like new and still retains 90% of the Colt high polish blue finish with original nipples intact safety pins,

Lot: 520 - (A) Fine U.S. Colt Single Action Army Artillery

Offered is an extremely fine condition Colt U.S. Artillery revolver that was rebuilt at the Springfield facility from exiting Cavalry revolvers, reassembled and refinished with no regard to the numbers as the focus was on rebuilding base on quality

Lot: 521 - (A) Cased Exquisite Westley Richards Dragoon

This pistol appears to be in near new, possibly unfired condition. It is a six shot, double action with exposed single upper hammer and varnished walnut bag handle. All original nipples. The barrel cluster has full flutes, each barrel is numbered and

Lot: 522 - (A) Cased & Cattle Brand Engraved Colt Single

Cole Agee, the famed Texas engraver, is known worldwide for his cattle brand engraved Colts. In 1953, the cost to engrave a cattle brand Colt was $253 and you provided the gun. Mr. Agee operated his business from Fort Worth, Texas. He was born in

Lot: 524 - (A) U.S Marked Colt Single Action Army Type III

The Artillery revolvers were those that were originally issued as 7-1/2" Cavalry revolvers that were returned to the arsenal, all worn parts were replaced with no concern for number, arsenal shortened to 5-1/2", and reissued for use around the time

Lot: 525 - (A) Early Colt Single Action Army Revolver.

Frame was manufactured 1876 and shipped to B. Kittredge & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Original sold with 7-1/2" barrel and walnut stocks. There are notes in the records that this revolver was returned by the U.S. Government for refurbishing, barrel

Lot: 526 - (A) Colt Single Action Army Commercial Revolver

Manufactured 1876. The majority of early production Colt Armies were supplied to the military, therefore making commercial examples extremely scarce. This gun is finished to identical specifications as the military model with blue and case colored

Lot: 527 - (A) As New Colt Model 1871 Open Top .44 Revolver.

Approximately 7,000 of these newly manufactured cartridge revolvers, based on the percussion design, were manufactured in 1871-72 only. This gun is in near new condition, having been masterfully restored. Retains virtually all of the nickel finish

Lot: 528 - (A) Cased Pair of Flintlock Dueling Pistols by

Irish pistols are much rarer than English pistols. This set displays very nicely and features excellent craftsmanship. Both with octagonal smoothbore steel barrels with hooked breeches, top flats inscribed "Clarke Dublin" and left sides of breeches

Lot: 529 - (A) Cased Pair of Diminutive English Tap Action

According to "Gunmakers of London: 1350 - 1850" by Howard L. Blackmore, John Barton was listed as a gunmaker at 14 Haymarket St. between 1803 and 1816 and then at 5 St. James St. between 1816 and 1819. Previously, he was partnered with Wogdon. These

Lot: 530 - (A) Dealer Marked & Cased J. & W. Tolley Tranter

This beautiful, big bore double action Tranter handgun features full octagon barrel stamped with dealer "J&W TOLLEY BIRMINGHAM", blued frame, case colored cylinder, varnished checkered walnut one piece grips and metal buttplate. Barrel retains

Lot: 531 - (A) Cased Fully Nickel Colt Cloverleaf House

Manufactured first year production. These pistols are scarce with only a total of 9,952 manufactured. Almost never offered in full nickel, the features of this gun are four shot, single action, spur trigger and bird's head grip. 98% original factory

Lot: 532 - (A) Colt U.S. Artillery Model Single Action Army

The frame on this revolver was built in 1874, pre-Custer. As was the norm with the Cavalry revolver recall and refurbishing at the turn of the century, the barrels were shortened to 5-1/2" and various parts from Cavalry revolvers were disassembled

Lot: 533 - (A) Fine Condition Martially Inspected Colt 3rd

Offered is a fine condition 3rd Model Dragoon six shot percussion with all standard features to include part round barrel, Texas Ranger roll engraved cylinder scene, brass trigger guard and backstrap, one piece walnut grips. You will fine full or

Lot: 534 - (A) Pair of Scottish All Steel Flintlock Belt

Both feature four-stage smoothbore steel barrels with swamped faceted muzzles and English proofs on left sides of breeches. Scroll decorated and stiffleaf borders lockplates marked "MACLEOD". Plain steel stocks with ram horn butts. Ball triggers and

Lot: 535 - (A) Fine Pair of Flintlock Officer's Pistols by

Two-stage 11" barrels marked "London" in script on top flats with Birmingham proof marks on left sides of engraved breeches. Silver spider sights at muzzles and gold inlays around each touch-hole. .61 caliber smooth bores. Flat locks with beveled

Lot: 536 - (A) Rare U.S. Model 1813 Navy Flintlock Pistol by

Only 1,626 of this model were made by Simeon North between 1813 and 1815, only 1,000 were delivered to the Navy. This makes it rarer than the Model 1799 North & Cheney martial pistol, as less were made. The original government contract called for

Lot: 537 - (A) Dealer Marked & Cased Adam's Patent Percussion

Offered is a high condition mid-size pocket revolver with five shot, double action, blued finish and checkered walnut stocks. Numerous British proofs. Top of barrel is stamped "JOS. HARKOM 32 PRINCES ST EDINBURGH". Right side of frame has "ADAMS

Lot: 538 - (A) Rare Blued Smith & Wesson Number 3 Frontier

Only 15,340 examples of this revolver were made by Smith from 1886-1898. This example is factory blued with case colored hammer and trigger and chambered for the 44-40 (44 WCF) cartridge and sports a 6-1/2" barrel with Smith gutta percha grips and

Lot: 539 - (A) Unfired Early 1st Model Merwin Hulbert .44

Offered is an unfired example of the earliest Merwin Hulbert .44 single action. Earliest features include case colored humpback hammer, scoop flutes, twin indent screws above trigger, mottled red saw handle gutta percha grips, fire blue trigger and

Lot: 540 - (A) Antique Custom Gold Inlay Colt Single Action

In 2013, Engraver Aaron Pursley (Big Sandy gunsmith, knife maker, rancher and engraver Aaron "Duke" Pursley has been inducted into the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame) took a Colt Single Action Army black powder frame revolver made in 1882 and turned it

Lot: 541 - (A) Cased Pair of Belgian Percussion Target

Both pistols with blued octagonal steel barrels with Liege proofs and multigroove rifling, patent hooked breeches decorated with scrolls on top flats and tangs. Flat steel lockplates, engraved at front and back, unusual hammers engraved with florals.

Lot: 542 - (A) Cased Dealer Marked English Double Action

This fine, high quality, mid-size double action pocket revolver is devoid of any maker. Has a patent "6214" on right side. The barrel rib is marked with the retailer "J. MacNaughton. 26 Hanover St. Edinburgh". It features a double spring release, top

Lot: 543 - (A) Cased London Colt Model 1851 Black Navy

This revolver was made 1854 to 1856. This is a Second Model with the large trigger guard. trigger guard and backstrap are iron. You will find full or matching serial numbers on the frame, barrel, loading lever, wedge, cylinder rod, cylinder, trigger

Lot: 544 - (A) Dealer Marked & Cased J. Rigby Tranters

Offered is a handsome, big bore, large frame, six shot, double action revolver built on the Tranter Patent with blue finish, case colors cylinder and checkered walnut grips. The loading lever is stamped "TRANTERS" as is left side of frame. Barrel

Lot: 545 - (A) Cased William Blanch & Son Percussion

Offered is a retail marked revolver and case. Revolver is marked "BLANCH LIVERPOOL" on top strap. Period case has a "WILLIAM H BLANCH LIVERPOOL" label in lid. This is a mid-size double action revolver, five shot with English high polish blue finish

Lot: 546 - (A) Exquisite Cased Tranter Double Trigger

There is nothing so beautiful in the gun world than the mid-19th century finish on quality English handguns. The octagon barrel blends smoothing into the frame. The cylinder has a decorative border and is case colored. Loading plunger and double

Lot: 547 - (A) Period Cased Starr Arms Model 1858 Civilian

Features six shot, double action, blued finish, case colored hammer, walnut grips. This is a scarce civilian version with no Martial marks. Has numerous little storage marks but still retains 75-80% of the brilliant high polish factory blue. Straps

Lot: 548 - (A) Rare British Proofed 7-1/2" Smith & Wesson New

The 7-1/2" barrel was a special order only and the first of this type we have seen. Sports a high Paine front sight but the rear sight is a standard Smith & Wesson so not technically a target. It is British proofed which would explain lack of

Lot: 549 - (A) U.S. Marked Colt 1st Model Dragoon Percussion

Manufactured in 1849, this was one of approximately 7,000 made in both civilian and military models. Matching numbers can be found on frame, trigger guard and backstrap. The only number readable on the barrel is the number "5". Loading lever is

Lot: 550 - (A) Rogers & Spencer Army Percussion Revolver.

Matching numbers on barrel, loading lever, cylinder, frame and backstrap. Martially inspected "B" on left side of frame, cylinder, loading lever and bottom of both grip panels. "H" on left side of barrel and frame. Right side of frame and barrel are

Lot: 551 - (A) Cased English Double Action Percussion

The only markings we can find on this gun is the serial number, 5367, and numerous proof marks. Typical Webley, Deane and Tranter type of mid-19th century English style double action, five shot revolver. Has an exposed hammer with no spur for double

Lot: 552 - (A) Unfired Rogers & Spencer Army Model Percussion

The Rogers & Spencer Army Model revolver was built in Willow Dale, New York in 1865 only with a total quantity estimated at 5,800. The United States Ordnance contracted for 5,000 revolvers in November 1864. 1,500 had been delivered by the end of

Lot: 553 - (A) Hoards Armory Freeman Army Model Revolver

A mere 2,000 of these revolvers were manufactured mid-war at the Hoards Armory in Watertown, New York. They feature the high polish factory royal blue finish, non-fluted cylinder, case hardened hammer and one piece walnut grips. Although there were

Lot: 554 - (A) Fine Condition Remington Model 1875 Single

Approximately 25,000 of these were manufactured between 1875-89. This is a very early model that features the 1858 style pinched from sight and the caliber "44" stamped on the left rear trigger bow. Finished in factory nickel with the Remington

Lot: 555 - (A) Rogers & Spencer Army Model Percussion

About 5,800 of these revolvers were manufactured 1863 to 1865. Made in Willowvale, New York they were all made for U.S. contract and bear inspector marks and stamps throughout. Features full octagon barrel, six shot, dingle action, non-fluted

Lot: 556 - (A) Rogers & Spencer Army Model Percussion

About 5,800 of these revolvers were manufactured 1863 to 1865. Made in Willowvale, New York they were all made for U.S. contract and bear inspector marks and stamps throughout. Features full octagon barrel, six shot, dingle action, non-fluted

Lot: 557 - (A) Fine Deringer "Peanut" Size Percussion Pistol.

The peanut sized Deringer is the scarcest and most desirable size made, measuring just over 4" overall. For a similar example, see page 133, plate 7 of "The Deringer in America Volume I" by R.L. Wilson and L.D. Eberhart. This example has the standard

Lot: 558 - (A) Cased London Colt Model 1878 .476 Double

The .476 cartridge was developed because the bullet of the .455 failed to seal the bore in the Enfield revolver. It was approved in December of 1881 for the Enfield Mk III. The first Model 1878 revolvers in .476 caliber were shipped to London on June




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