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Auctioneer Morphy Auctions 877-968-8880
Auction Date Jun 26 Auction
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Lot: 600 - (A) Rare & Unusual Circa 1840 French Robert's

This is one of the more unusual designs to come out of the 1830-40's era when many gun makers were experimenting with breech loading weapons as well as self contained cartridges. The proprietary cartridge was self-contained in a paper/cardboard type

Lot: 601 - (A) Early Parker Bros. Back Action Lock Lifter

Manufactured 1867 to 1878. This superb example of an early Parker offering has laminated steel barrels which have name, address, and steel type engraved on concave game rib. Barrel flats are built up with brazed-on fillets in earliest style. Round

Lot: 602 - (A) Fine and Rare Williams & Powell Engraved

Twist barrels, twist top rib engraved "Williams & Powell Liverpool". No visible serial number. Jones Underlever Opener with beautiful inlaid finial in front. Action is nicely scroll engraved with wave border pattern and marked "Williams &

Lot: 603 - (A) Fine 6 Bore English Percussion Punt Gun by

Heavy tapered round Damascus steel barrel with patent breech. Top flat marked "WILLIAMS & POWELL. LIVERPOOL." Breech and tang engraved with fine scrollwork. Percussion lockplate and hammer back engraved en suite, lockplate marked "WILLIAMS &

Lot: 604 - (A) Massive Unmarked 8 Gauge Engraved Percussion

Fine laminated barrels with plain top rib and brass front bead. Hammers are lightly scroll engraved as is top tang which also has a small bird near front of frame. Stepped lockplates are engraved with setter on left in field scene, pointer on right

Lot: 605 - (A) Scarce Ethan Allen Patent Hinged Breech Double

Allen’s patent action shotgun with "Fine Stub Twist" barrels, smooth concave rib, single brass bead and company name, address and patent information on side opening breechblock. Opening the breechblock exposes chambers for loading, and pushing

Lot: 606 - (A) Rare Boyd & Tyler Spindle Action Double Barrel

Swivel breech action with twist barrels having manual extractors on the side of the breech. Full length twist top rib with steel front bead. Top rib marked "F.E. BOYD & P.S. TYLER" and patent info. Back action locks which are unengraved. Action

Lot: 607 - (A) Scarce Game Scene Engraved Colt 1878 Hammer

Damascus barrels are marked "COLT'S PT. F. A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A." on concave rib with doll's head extension. Top lever action with rebounding bar locks having tall serpentine hammers is engraved with 60% coverage small scroll surrounding

Lot: 608 - (A) Winchester Model 1887 10 Gauge Lever Action

This lever action shotgun features blue and case color finishes, walnut stocks and unique two piece forearm. Made for the use of black powder shot-shells. The 1887 was the first successful lever action shotgun and was a brought Winchester into the

Lot: 609 - (A) Intriguing Doubled Barreled Percussion Shotgun

Damascus barrels with plain top rib marked "MacFarlane Maker New York" and brass front bead. Unengraved case hardened action marked "Macfarlane" on both sides. One piece straight gripped stock checkered in two point pattern with gold shield behind

Lot: 610 - (A) English Boxlock Shotgun by Wilkes.

Twin Damascus steel barrels with single silver bead and solid rib marked "J. WILKES/ LATE OF J.D. DOUGALL & SONS, MAKERS TO HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES/ 1 LOWER JAMES ST., GOLDEN SQUARE, LONDON". Casehardened boxlock actions engraved with spiraling

Lot: 612 - (C) Scarce L.C. Smith Ideal Grade 20 Gauge Double

Circa 1921, this Featherweight Ideal Grade has 28" London Steel Barrels with 2-5/8" chambers. Full length matted top rib with brass front bead and tops of barrels marked "L.C. Smith Ideal Grade / Hunter Arms Co. Inc., M.F.R.S. Fulton, N.Y. U.S.A".

Lot: 613 - (M) W&C Scott Crown Grade 20 Bore Boxlock Ejector

Dovetailed barrels with swamped game rib are engraved "W. & C. Scott Gunmakers" and "Birmingham England" on tops. Barrel flats are stamped with Birmingham nitro proofs for 2-3/4" chambers. Importers name and address (A & F) are on bottom rib.

Lot: 614 - (M) 20 Gauge Inverness Round Bodied OU Game Gun by

Barrels with matted, ventilated ribs and screw chokes are marked with makers name, address, model, gauge and chamber length either side of rib toward rear. Case hardened round bodied OU trigger plate action with single selective trigger is laser

Lot: 615 - (C) 16 Gauge Cogswell & Harrison "Avant Tout"

Dovetailed barrels are engraved "Cogswell & Harrison Ltd 141 New Bond St London" on slightly swamped game rib. Barrels are 27-1/2" and do not appear to have been cut. Barrel flats are stamped with London nitro proofs for 2-1/2" chambers. Barrels

Lot: 616 - (C) A.H. Fox CE Grade 12 Bore Double Barrel

Factory records indicate this gun was shipped to E. K. Tryon in January 1925, it has 28" barrels with narrow, matted rib marked for Chromox steel and with Fox Philadelphia address, on tops. Barrel flats are stamped with serial number, grade and Fox

Lot: 617 - (C) Alex Martin Boxlock Ejector Game Gun with

Alexander Martin of Glasgow was known for finishing guns with a Scottish theme. Barrels engraved with makers name and addresses on slightly swamped game rib. Barrel flats are stamped with London nitro proofs for 1 - 1/8 ounce and Birmingham re-proofs

Lot: 618 - (M) Fine Quality Roy Vail Custom Boxlock Ejector

Roy Vail produced a small number of high quality custom guns and rifles from the late '50's to the very early '70's. He customized many himself, others, such as this particular gun, were finished at various factories in Europe and imported under his

Lot: 619 - (C) Greifelt & Co. Drilling.

This company was located in Suhl, Germany. Features a scalloped box lock, double set triggers, left side safety, checkered pistol grip walnut stock with rollover cheek piece, dog’s head composition butt plate. Stock has sling swivel. Wood is

Lot: 620 - (C)Rare Winchester Model 1885 High Wall Single

Full choke marked barrel with two line Winchester barrel address and "NICKEL STEEL FOR SMOKELESS AMMUNITION" marking on left side of barrel. The 1885 was designed by America's foremost firearms designer John Moses Browning. More variations of the

Lot: 621 - (C) Ithaca Grade 6E Knick Model Single Barrel

Original 34" barrel set and a 30" set from gun number 401494. Both have matted ventilated ribs; original set with full coverage scroll and "ITHACA GUN CO" on left and "ITHACA N.Y. U.S.A." on right side of breech flats. Second set of barrels, most

Lot: 622 - (M) Fausti Sideplated Boxlock 28 Gauge OU Shotgun

Barrels with ventilated rib and ventilated side ribs are marked with Fausti information and importer (Cabella's), and are fitted with interchangeable chokes. Coin finished low profile OU action with single selective trigger and pierced thumb piece is

Lot: 623 - (A) Exceedingly Rare Winchester Double Barrel

Circa 1882, this high quality shotgun was actually built by W. W. Greener on an early Anson & Deeley patent (use number 3077) action under license from Westley Richards and was at the cutting edge of shotgun development for its day. It has high

Lot: 624 - (C) Winchester Model 1901 Lever Action Shotgun.

The Model 1901 was made in 10 gauge only, and has a stronger frame than the Model 1887, for use with smokeless powder. It includes a five shot magazine. This fairly high condition example has 30" barrel marked "full" with all correct markings on top.

Lot: 625 - (C) High Original Condition L.C. Smith

Circa 1910, broadly figured Damascus barrels are not maker marked and have broad matted game rib. Serial number and grade are on flats. Case hardened regular weight action has patent dates, serial number and grade on water table, and features

Lot: 626 - (C) Very Unusual Boxlock Ejector Game Gun By Boss.

Boss, always touted as being a maker of "best" guns only, produced boxlock guns during the early 1900's which are marked with the Robertson name. This unusual completely Boss marked boxlock gun has dovetailed steel barrels engraved "Boss & Co St.

Lot: 628 - (C) Winchester Model 1912 Black Diamond 12 Gauge

Features solid rib barrel with plastic front sight and choke marked "Full", usual barrel markings on sides, small forearm is checkered in five point pattern, unengraved receiver, buttstock with ebony black diamond inserts behind receiver checkered in

Lot: 629 - (C) Winchester Model 12 Faux Trenchgun (1942).

Features barrel mounted with four row ventilated heat shield, "CYL" marked choke with Ordnance bomb inspection, takedown, commercial blue finish, two piece walnut stocks with Winchester hard rubber buttplate. "US" and Ordnance bomb inspection on

Lot: 630 - (C) 12 Gauge Darne Sliding Action Shotgun.

Fluid steel barrels with sunken tapered matted top rib and steel front bead. Barrels with proper proof marks on flats, bottom rib with factory installed sling swivel. Unengraved action is beautifully case colored and fences are nicely floral

Lot: 631 - (C) High Quality Hand Made AYA Model 56 Sidelock

Chopper lump barrels with flat raised matted rib are engraved with AYA name and address, as well as barrel and steel information on tops. Barrel flats are stamped with Spanish nitro proofs and serial number. Coin finished sidelock action features

Lot: 632 - (M) Beretta Model 687 Silver Pigeon OU Sporting

Barrels, with 3" chambers and interchangeable chokes, have all correct Beretta markings and are fitted with slightly raised matted ventilated rib. Coin finished Beretta low profile OU action features gold-plated single selective trigger and

Lot: 633 - (C) Rugged W.W. Greener Empire Model Boxlock

Dovetailed barrels are marked with Greener's name and address on slightly raised narrow concave matted rib. Barrel flats are stamped with Birmingham nitro proofs for 2-3/4" chambers. Unique case hardened spring cocking boxlock action features

Lot: 634 - (C) Well Built John Saunders Boxlock Ejector Game

Dovetailed barrels fitted with flat slightly raised game rib are unmarked as to maker. Barrel flats are stamped with London nitro proofs for 2-1/2" chambers and Birmingham re-proofs for 2-3/4" chambers along with "SLEEVED". Boxlock action with well

Lot: 635 - (C) 20 Gauge L.C. Smith Field Grade Shotgun with

Barrels are marked "L. C. SMITH FIELD GRADE" on top of left barrel. Raised matted rib hides double barrels when sighting. Case hardened small frame action is marked "L. C. SMITH" on each lockplate. Triggers and trigger guard are blued. Plain American

Lot: 636 - (C)10 Gauge Winchester Model 1901 Shotgun.

Features rolled steel barrel with traditional two line barrel address and chamber marked "10 GA". The Model 1901, circa 1912, was offered as an all blue finish as standard with 32" barrels in 10 gauge only. Walnut stocks with checkered steel

Lot: 637 - (C) Very Cool Winchester Model 1897 Shotgun -

Features round barrel marked with cylinder choke, usual barrel markings on top of barrel with steel front bead; plain, unengraved receiver with serial number on bottom and prison inventory number "17" stamped, lined forearm, full knob pistol grip

Lot: 638 - (C) William Evans Ltd Single Shot Game Shotgun.

Single shot game guns by London makers are quite scarce. This well made example made around 1908 has plain round barrel engraved "William Evans (From Purdey's) 63 Pall Mall, St. James's. London" on top in front of octagonal breech section. Bottom of

Lot: 639 - (A) Antique Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action

Manufactured 1891. Octagon barrel with full magazine. Beech folding front sight with elevator adjustable sporting rear sight. Lyman folding and locking tang sight mounted on tang. Two piece American walnut stocks with crescent butt. Blue and case

Lot: 640 - (C) Outstanding Winchester Model 62A .22 Short

Features round barrel with traditional sporting front and rear sights, barrel address and ".22 SHORT" caliber designation on left side of barrel. Only triangular gallery loading port, two piece walnut stocks with 17 groove pump forearm and

Lot: 641 - (C) Special Order Winchester Model 1894 Lever

Manufactured 1915. Features octagon barrel with no provision for rear sight slot, Lyman blade front sight, folding tang sight, blue finished hammer and lever, factory sling eyes, and two piece straight grained walnut stocks with crescent butt.

Lot: 642 - (C) Ultra Rare Non-Serial Numbered Inland M1

Standard inland markings but void of any serial numbers. This unusual carbine has most of the features of a type 1 carbine with the exception of the "I"- cut stock. Early s marked flip sight, checkered push button safety, serrated unmarked magazine

Lot: 643 - (C) Miltech Refurbished Johnson Automatics Model

Gun has been completely refurbished by Miltech of California. New made stock, most likely a new production barrel as well. No markings on barrel collar. Retains 98%+ of the refinish. Excellent new wood. Excellent bore with sharp rifling. Excellent

Lot: 644 - (C) Folsom Prison Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt

This rifle was one of the few sold from the California penal system in the 1970's and attributed to Folsom Prison. These rifles were advertised in the "Shotgun News" according to the previous owner. They are traditional Model 70 rifles with an

Lot: 645 - (C) NRA Pattern 1906 Winchester Model 1895 Lever

The NRA Model had been accepted officially for competitive use by the National Rifle Association. These were made with 24" barrels and a special buttplate which is unique to the Model 1895. Total production numbers unknown, but extremely small and

Lot: 646 - (C) Rare Winchester Lee Straight Pull Bolt Action

Features tapered round sporting barrel, integral sporting blade front sight, elevator adjusted sporting semi-buckhorn rear sight, one piece walnut stock with finger grooved forearms and steel shotgun pattern buttplate. The Model 1896, also known as

Lot: 647 - (C) Winchester Model 64 .219 Zipper Caliber Rifle

Features round barrel, sporting front sight, elevator adjustable sporting rear sight, half magazine and two piece smooth walnut pistol grip stocks. Introduced 1933 and discontinued in 1956. The .219 Zipper chambering was relatively short lived with

Lot: 648 - (C) Winchester Model 65 Lever Action Rifle (1934).

Features round barrel with traditional two line Winchester address, half magazine with button magazine cap, blue and case color finishes, straight grained walnut two piece stocks and shotgun butt. The Model 65 was a continuation of the Winchester

Lot: 649 - (C) Late production Type 3 Inland M1

Features 2-45 dated Inland barrel with Type III bayonet lugged barrel band and milled slide adjustable rear sight. This is a correct and late 6900000 million range Type III with round bolt, four rivet hand guard, M2 cut buttstock with toggle safety

Lot: 650 - (C) National Postal Meter M1 Carbine.

Features 8-43 dated Underwood barrel with Type I narrow band and "S" marked non-staked flip rear sight. National Postal Meter "N" marked parts where observed as follows: trigger assembly, hammer, slide and flat bolt. Blank push button safety and

Lot: 651 - (C) Fien Type I Inland M1 Carbine with Sling.

Features 4-43 dated Inland marked barrel with Type I narrow band and "S" marked non-staked rear flip sight. Inland parts include: slide, flat bolt, trigger assembly, straight hammer and sear. Checkered push button safety with blank magazine release.

Lot: 652 - (C) International Harvester M1 Semi-Automatic

Features LMR manufactured barrel dated 1-54. International Harvester M1 Garand rifle with three piece walnut military finished stocks with the correct small Ordnance inspection on left of stock. All internal parts are correctly marked "IHC". The

Lot: 653 - (C) WW2 SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND RIFLE MANUFACTURED

Barrel with "S A 8-42" chamber date. Early front sight and locking bar rear sight assembly. Three piece American walnut stocks have strong "SA EMcF" in box cartouche. Solid pin in forearms retainer early square cut operating rod. All interior

Lot: 654 - (C) Harrington & Richardson M1 Garand Rifle

Manufactured in 1953, "H&R 2-54" barrel date with green/grey Parkerized finish on metal components. All parts observed with H&R markings include: barrel, bolt, operating rod, trigger assembly, hammer and safety. Three piece walnut stocks

Lot: 655 - (C) Outstanding Early Inland M1 Carbine.

Manufactured 1942. Barrel dated "8-42". Type 1 barrel band early flip sight marked "S" with no stake marks. Trigger assembly appears all Inland with early checkered push button safety, unmarked magazine release, dog-leg hammer and spring locking push

Lot: 656 - (C) U.S. Remington Model 03-A4 Bolt Action Sniper

Barrel date is "RA 6-43". Offered is an all original World War II mid-war sniper rifle. Has the tell-tale offset serial number. Front sight was never installed and still parkerized. Has the original parkerized finish, pressed steel small parts, "C"

Lot: 657 - (C) U.S. Remington Arms Model 03-A4 Bolt Action

Barrel date is "RA 9-43". Offered is an all original World War II mid-war sniper rifle. Has the tell-tale offset "Z" prefix serial number. Front sight was never installed and still parkerized. Has the original parkerized finish, pressed steel small

Lot: 658 - (C) Sig-Amt 510-4 Rifle.

A rarely encountered Sig-Amt 510-4 semi automatic rifle in 7.62x51mm. Only 1440 were imported in to the U.S. between 1969-1978. Rifle is in excellent condition with 85-90% of the original finish remaining. Bore is bright and shiny. Rifle includes

Lot: 659 - (C) Documented Star-Gauged Springfield Model 1903

This magnificent National Match rifle comes with the original 6122 Star gauge record for serial number 1246661. The barrel is dated may of 1922, also with "AS" and ordinance bomb. The bolt is electroplated with matching serial number. This rifle has

Lot: 660 - (C) Original U.S. Rock Island Arsenal Model 1903

Barrel is stamped "RIA 2-12". Offered is a very early, all original, 1912 dated Model 1903 with all proper parts and original blue finish. Rear sight has the dished, knurled knobs to 2700 yards. Case colored safety has the serifs. Straight bolt.

Lot: 661 - (C) Remington Arms Co. .257 Roberts Model 30-S

During the '30's Griffin & Howe advertised that they would rebuild 54 Winchester and Remington 30-S rifles. They did not re-barrel these rifles so they never put their name or number on them. Most were restocked and fitted with G&H mounts,

Lot: 662 - (C) High Condition Colt Lightning Small Frame

Features: Full octagon barrel, half magazine, sporting sights, blue finish, case colored hammer, brass loading block, tang sight. Has a colt logo black composite buttplate, walnut stocks, incised walnut two piece pump handle. Barrel retains 95%+

Lot: 663 - (C) Rare High Polish Savage Model 1899-B .25-35

Features: full octagon barrel, rocky mountain front sight, sporting rear sight, rust blue finish on barrel, high polish blue on frame, case colors on lever and buttplate, walnut stocks, brass cartridge counter, walnut forend has typical Schnauble.

Lot: 664 - (C) Fine high Original Condition Remington Number

Half round, half octagon barrel, with semi-buckhorn rear sight and mounted with Winchester A5 scope in screwed-on dovetail mounts, is unmarked as to maker or caliber. Case hardened small action is also unmarked with no patent dates or serial number.

Lot: 665 - (C) Exquisite Dealer Cased Winchester Model 1906

This British proofed Winchester pump action rifle remains in near new condition inside and out. It does not appear to have ever been fired and aside from a couple high edge minor rubs, it retains 99% of the original Winchester blue finish with

Lot: 666 - (C) Custom Stocked Pre-64 Winchester Model 70

The basis for this rifle was a 1953 Winchester Model 70 Featherweight barreled action that has been fitted with a custom triple X walnut stock with fine checkering and a fully engraved and gold inlaid presentation grip cap "RB", solid black rubber

Lot: 667 - (M) Custom Stock Remington 700 7mm Remington

UPR65 indicating 1965 custom work. Barrel has been ported shows numerous rubs and some wear on left side of barrel from muzzle to end of sight ramp.. Beautiful custom Monte Carlo stock with rollover comb, Fleur-de-Lis chckering, oil finish, Niedner

Lot: 668 - (M) Custom Built Remington 722 Heavy Bench Target

This custom rifle was built on the reliable Remington Model 722 action. A sightless, stainless .22-250 heavy barrel has been installed and a Leupold 12x scope sits on Buehler bases. The custom stock is built of three X walnut with deluxe checkering,

Lot: 669 - (M) Scoped Armalite AR-50 Single Shot Bolt Action

Parkerized finish with free floating barrel with large compensator and faceted action. Fluted aluminum matte black stock fitted with folding bipod and adjustable comb and stock, rubber recoil pad. Complete with mounted Leupold Vari-X III 6.5-20x40mm

Lot: 670 - (C) Springfield Model M1A Semi-Automatic Rifle

Standard configuration with parkerized finish, walnut stock with composite brown hand guard and 20 round magazine. Mounted on left side with a Small Starlight Scope, which is an early and large night vision scope. Also includes a folding bipod, which

Lot: 671 - (M) Belgian Browning Grade III Engraved

This Grade III is engraved by F. Marechal. The engraving features nearly full coverage, leaf borders; left panel scene is dog and two pheasants, top of frame has a panel scene of dog with duck in its mouth, right panel scene is a dog flushing ducks.

Lot: 672 - (C) Nazi Marked German Mauser Model K98 Bolt

Manufactured for the German military in World War II by Mauser-Werke, "A.-G. 44" barrel date. A put together sniper rifle. Features include; round blue barrel with adjustable ramp front sight with hood and twenty position rear sight. Blue right hand

Lot: 673 - (C) H&R USMC Property Marked Reising Model 60

This Reising Model 60 is in .45 ACP and retains 90% finish overall. The Model 60 is a semi-automatic version of Model 50 sub-machine gun and was produced between 1944-1946. All markings are clear. Sharp "USMC PROPERTY" marking on the left side of the

Lot: 674 - (C) Winchester Model 1895 Saddle Ring Carbine

Chambered for the .303 British cartridge with a 22" carbine length barrel, blade front sight, ladder adjustable rear sight, three-piece American walnut stocks with carbine barrel band retainer, hand guard and carbine style buttstock with trap

Lot: 675 - (C) Winchester Model 1895 Saddle Ring Carbine

Features military blade front sight and staff adjustable rear sight with graduations to 3200 yards; three piece American walnut stocks with forward retaining band and hand guard. Butt is a tradition musket/carbine butt with provision for cleaning

Lot: 676 - (C) Pre-War Winchester Model 70 Carbine (1941).

Carbine length barrel with standard integral Winchester pre-war front sight assembly and elevator adjustable rear sight; blue finish with bright numbers matching bolt with blue bolt handle and cocking assembly; one piece American walnut checkered

Lot: 677 - (C) Winchester Model 1894 Takedown Rifle with Half

Features half octagon-half round barrel, half magazine, sporting blade front sight, Lyman adjustable tang sight and two piece walnut stocks with crescent butt. Barrel retains over 80% factory blue finish with slight finish loss at muzzle and corners

Lot: 678 - (C) Winchester Model 1895 Lever Action Rifle

Features tapered round barrel with sporting blade front sight, elevator adjustable sporting rear sight, two piece American walnut stocks finished with the traditional Winchester varnish finish, Schnabel forend with ebony tip, and a crescent butt. The

Lot: 679 - (C) Winchester Model 70 "Bull Gun" Pre-64 Bolt

The Winchester Model 70 Bull Gun is the extreme heavy barrel target variation of the standard Model 70. Features wide target stock with adjustable hand stop and sling mounts, Redfield Olympic front globe sight, rear rail for Olympic rear or Palma

Lot: 680 - (C) Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle

This full octagon barrel Winchester 1873 is a Third Model with full magazine, sporting front blade front sight, late pattern elevator rear sight, crescent butt and traditional two line Winchester barrel address. Barrel marked "32 WCF", as is brass

Lot: 681 - (C) Winchester Model 1892 Deluxe Carbine (1926).

Features round barrel, ladder carbine rear sight, traditional carbine blade front sight, blued finish and oil finished two piece checkered walnut pistol grip stocks. Under detailed disassembly and examination assembly number 02049 was evident on

Lot: 682 - (C) Winchester Model 1895 Rifle (1910).

Features tapered octagon barrel with sporting front sight, full buckhorn elevator adjustable rear sight, side mounted "Climbin' Lyman" receiver sight, two piece straight grained American walnut stocks, Schnabel forend with ebony tip, and crescent

Lot: 683 - (C) Colt Lightning Small Frame .22 Long Slide

Features full octagon barrel with sporting blade front sight, traditional two line Hartford address, bright polish Colt blue finish barrel, receiver and magazine; case colored hammer, Nitre blue trigger, and two piece American walnut stocks with Colt

Lot: 684 - (C) Springfield Model 1899 Philippine Constabulary

Gun retains a fair amount of mottled finish mixed with a pleasing patina and some very light surface rust. All markings are clear. Proper "JFC" cartouche on the left side of stock. Proper turned down muzzle to accept the 1905 bayonet. Stock was

Lot: 685 - (C) Irwin-Pedersen M1 Carbine.

Features 3-43 dated Underwood barrel with narrow First Type band, "RP" marked rear flip sight. The internal parts consist of a combination of S'G' and Irwin-Pedersen parts. The outstanding Highwood buttstock has a strong S'G' in box cartouche and a

Lot: 686 - (C) Outstanding Original Standard Products M1

Features 12-43 Underwood barrel with correct narrow Type I band and lightly punched N-A rear flip sight. All parts observed under disassembly appear to be Standard Products including bolt, slide, trigger assembly, hammer and recoil lug. Two piece

Lot: 687 - (C) Superb Springfield 1922 .22 Rifle with Serial

Manufactured 1922. Arsenal inspected and dated "5-22" blue finished barrel. Springfield Armory Model of 1922, serial number 114 marked blue finish receiver. One piece American walnut stock with early 1st pattern butt plate. Proper Lyman receiver

Lot: 688 - (C) Outstanding Early Springfield Model 1922 Rifle

Manufactured 1922. Barrel dated "SA 8-22" with traditional Springfield 1903 blade front sight. Lyman receiver sight. Blue finish overall with polished early bolt with no head space adjustment. One piece American walnut stock with finger groves and

Lot: 689 - (C) German WWII Walther G41 Semi-Automatic Rifle.

Offered is a very scarce G41, 10 shot, semi-automatic rifle made by Walther. Rifle is in very good condition with 65-70% of the original finish remaining. Receiver is marked "ac", however, no date is visible. Rifle has matching numbers on the

Lot: 690 - (C) High Condition Winchester Model 65 Lever

Manufactured from 1933-1947, making this rifle a first year production model. Standard features: full round barrel, ramp and bead front sight, sporting rear sight, blue finish, pistol grip fluted comb walnut stock with steel shotgun buttplate. This

Lot: 691 - (M) Colt Sauer Grand African .458 Win Mag Bolt

Heavy round barrel is fitted with Williams express rear sight on sloping island base. Silver bead front is in checkered base with sight protector. Top of barrel is marked "COLTS PT. F. A. MFG. CO., HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A.". Caliber is at left rear.

Lot: 692 - (C) U.S. Springfield Armory Star Gauge Model 1903

Barrel stamped "SA 9-32". These rifles were built to be some of the finest sporting rifles ever built. Feature the commercial blued finish, half stock, single band, military front sight, no provision for rear sight, Lyman 48 receiver sight. Star

Lot: 693 - (C) Winchester Model Low Wall 1885 Single Shot

Manufactured in 1900. Features include; octagonal barrel with factory front and rear adjustable sights, and Lyman tang peep sight. Blue falling block lever action. Case color lever, bolt, hammer, trigger and butt plate. Walnut stocks with ebony tip

Lot: 694 - (C) Sedgley Custom Winchester Model 1885, .22LR

Custom built R.F. Sedgley low wall target rifle. Features include; round heavy target barrel marked "R.F.SEDGLEY INC.PHILA. PA. U.S.A." Dovetailed Lyman globe front sight and Lyman tang adjustable peep sight. Blue falling block action with custom

Lot: 695 - (C)High Condition Winchester Model 94 .30 WCF

Manufactured in 1929. Features include round carbine length barrel with full length tubular magazine. Factory blade front sight, rear express ladder sight and Lyman tang peep sight. Blue lever action with saddle ring. Front and rear carbine walnut

Lot: 696 - (C) High Condition Marlin Model 1894 .44 SRC.

For whatever reason the pre-war Marlin Saddlering carbine with any condition is extremely difficult to find. This little .44 has seen very little use as evidence by the generous amount of original factory finish. Carbine features: Full round barrel,

Lot: 697 - (C) High Condition High Polish Savage Model 1899

Referred to as the "Imp" pushing out a 220 Spitzer bullet at an amazing 2800fps with the striking energy of half a ton or 1206 foot pounds with a trajectory that was so flat it could be shot accurately at 350 yards without changing sight adjustments

Lot: 698 - (C) High Condition Winchester Model 1892 .38 SRC

Due to the seamling hard use Model 1892 carbines are rarely found with a high percentage of original factory finish, this is an exception. Overall the blued metal surfaces on this carbine retain approximately 90% original finish with the exception of

Lot: 699 - (C) Near New Savage Model 1899 Lever Action Rifle

Features full round barrel, takedown, sporting sights, blued finish, case colored lever, brass cartridge counter, walnut stocks and serrated Savage blue steel buttplate. This rifle is in almost near new condition, in looking for wear we can't even

Lot: 700 - (M) Sharps Sporting Rifle Seven Rim Mag Single

This is a contemporary rifle based on the 1878 Sharps Action. Features: full round barrel, sands sights, falling block action with left rear safety, blue finish, high gloss finish, fleur-de-lis checkering on double X walnut stock, roll over cheek

Lot: 701 - (C) Pre-war Sedgely Custom Springfield 1903 Bolt

R.F. Sedgley built a cottage business in Philadelphia during the 1930's with the manufacture of custom bolt action sporting rifles utilizing surplus U.S. Springfield Model 1903 actions. He applied the new barrels stamped with his name, along with

Lot: 702 - (C) R.G. Owen From Sauquoit, N Y Springfield

R. G. (Bob) Owen was trained as a gunmaker in England and brought the traditions of custom gunmaking with him, and is known for his very fine traditionally styled Springfield sporters. This example has tapered round barrel having sleeved-on wide

Lot: 703 - (C) Classic Styled Sedgley Sporting Rifle in .35

The .35 Whelen cartridge was actually designed by J. V. Howe in the early '20's and gained considerable popularity. Sedgley began making sporting rifles in the late '20's. This example has tapered barrel with banded-on front ramp with gold bead sight

Lot: 704 - (M) Very Fine Wyoming Armory Custom Bolt Action

Lightweight sporter barrel with banded-on sling eye is marked "WYOMING ARMORY - CODY, WYOMING" on top. Caliber is on left rear. FN commercial Mauser action has traditional pear-shaped handle with five round checkered panels. A custom bolt shroud has

Lot: 705 - (M) Sako Riihimaki Custom .222 Remington

Mauser action made in Finland. No provision for rear sight. Features custom barrel and custom oil finish checkered walnut stock with Niedner style buttplate, straight comb, rollover cheek piece and sports a Leupold M8 6x scope. Barrel has a couple of

Lot: 706 - (M) Custom Built Ruger No. 1 Single Shot Rolling

No provision for rear sight and has a banded ramp front sight. Wears a Bushnell scope. Beautiful oil finished triple X walnut stock with finely checkered pistol grip, rollover cheek piece and Niedner style checkered buttplate. Near new inside and

Lot: 707 - (C) Enfield No. 4 MK I (T) Sniper Rifle with No.

This rifle is a 1945 dated British Army No. 4 Mk I (T) sniper rifle with its No. 32 Mk III sniper scope. This is a very desirable all matching sniper rifle made by "M47 C" in 1945, with a 1945 dated No. 32 telescope. The rifle is matching and the

Lot: 708 - (C) Custom Built Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action

The basis for this custom rifle is a 1959 Winchester Model 70 action. The custom made barrel is stamped "CNN 7MM REM EXP". Features a folding rear sight, ivory bead front sight, twin gold bands, jeweled rails and bolt, scope blocks, classic custom

Lot: 709 - (C) U.S. Remington Model 03-A3 A4 Sniper Rifle.

Gun retains 80% finish overall. All markings are clear. 12-43 dated barrel without front sight. "FJA" cartouche on left side of stock. Proper second serial number block gun with markings factory stamped on receiver to clear scope mount. Scant pistol

Lot: 710 - (C) Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Carbine.

Winchester 1892 saddle ring carbine, manufactured in 1907. Features include round blue barrel with blade front sight and correct adjustable ladder rear sight. Full length tubular magazine. Blue leaver action with saddle ring. Case colored hammer and

Lot: 711 - (A) Deluxe Antique Marlin Model 1893 Takedown

Manufactured 1897. Tapered octagon barrel, chambered for the 30-30 Winchester cartridge. Full deluxe variation with take down, half magazine and deluxe checkered pistol grip stocks with Marlin hard rubber butt plate. Case colored receiver with blue

Lot: 712 - (C) Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle

Features round barrel with sporting front sight, elevator adjustable rear sporting sight, and two piece straight grained American walnut stocks with plain trigger and crescent butt. The .44 WCF (.44-40) cartridge is the most desirable of chambering

Lot: 713 - (C) Winchester Model 1892 Takedown Lever Action

Features half round-half octagon barrel, sporting Marble's front sight, tang sight, semi-deluxe with smooth pistol grip walnut stocks and takedown receiver. No rear sight on barrel. This would have been a great small game rifle of its day. Special

Lot: 714 - (C) 1st Year Production Winchester Model 65 Lever

Features two piece walnut stocks, button half magazine and shotgun butt. The Model 65 was a continuation of the Winchester Model 1892 and was made as a companion to the Winchester Model 71. This rifle is a first year production variation and is one

Lot: 715 - (C) Outstanding and possibly unissued Harrington

February of 1952 dated HRA marked barrel. Standard Harrington and Richardson M1 Garand rifle with three piece walnut stocks. All internal parts are HRA marked including small parts like the gas plug. The stocks have the correct small ordnance

Lot: 716 - (C) Mannlicher Schoenauer Model 1952 Full Stock

Offered is a true Mannlicher, made in Austria, Model 1952, in scarce .30-06 caliber. Model number on bridge. Features ramp front sight, two leaf folding rear express sight, double set triggers, blued finish, blued swept back butter knife bolt handle,

Lot: 717 - (C) Mannlicher Schoenauer Model MC .243 Winchester

The MC rifle is referred to as the Model 1956, manufactured 1956 to 1961. Features full round barrel, ramp front sight, folding leaf rear sight, blued finish, butterknife bolt, double set triggers, full length walnut pistol grip Monte Carlo checkered

Lot: 718 - (C) Scarce WWII BSA Shirley British Enfield No. 4

Gun retains 90% finish. All markings are clear. Import marked on bottom of barrel. Magazine has been renumbered to match. Proper original markings on gun. "TR" stamped on butt socket, left side, "T" on the receiver. Proper cheek rest. The scope

Lot: 719 - (C) Irwin Pedersen M1 Semi-Automatic Carbine.

Barrel dated 1-43 and marked "Underwood". All early SG internal parts with "S'G'" in box cartouche on stock. Flip sight is not staked. Type one early band is a reproduction and there exist a slight witness mark from a type 3 band being on barrel at a

Lot: 720 - (C) M1 Carbine Semi-Automatic Rifle

Correct all early feature gun. Features a barrel date of 6/42 and receiver was made 7/42. Round barrel with post front sight. Early flip style rear receiver sight. Flat bolt. I cut hi-wood stock has been cleaned and sanded. All correct internal

Lot: 721 - (C) Irwin Pederson M1 Carbine Correct Type 1

Underwood 1943 barrel assembled using Saginaw Steering Gear Grand Rapids (S'G') parts and the correct Irwin Pedersen receiver. No import markings. All parts appear to original and authentic with the exception of the type barrel band and the sling,

Lot: 722 - (C) Miltech U.S. Springfield Model M1D Garand

Gun is as new, assembled and refurbished by Miltech of California. Excellent bore. Excellent new wood. Excellent working order. Scope appears to be of modern manufacture as does the mount. Excellent optics. New production leather sling and cheek

Lot: 723 - (C) U.S. Springfield WWII M1 Garand 1944 Rifle.

Gun retains 90% finish overall. All markings are clear. Good "S.A./G.A.W." cartouche on left side of stock showing wear. 6-44 dated barrel, May of 1944 production date of receiver based off serial number. Not import marked. Consignor notes state that

Lot: 724 - (C) U.S. Springfield WWII 1943 M1 Garand Rifle.

Gun retains 90% finish with wear to high points, has a bit of Cosmoline in it. Proper "S.A./ G.A.W." cartouche on left side of stock. 12-43 dated barrel. Fine mechanical function. Stock is fine with light handling marks. Bore is fine with strong

Lot: 725 - (C) Rare Vietnam Bring Back Hungarian Mosin Nagant

This gun is a Hungarian made copy of the 91/30 Mosin Nagant. Produced in 1953. Proper "02" marking on top of receiver, stock, scope mount base, and small parts. Gun has matching numbers. These were not imported at any time, so you will not find

Lot: 726 - (C) Scarce WWII Russian 1940 All Original &

This gun is completely matching, all original and non-refurbished. No Finnish markings. Original matching numbers on all parts. Nothing is force matched. No import markings. Retains 70% original finish overall with the balance being a pleasing, even

Lot: 727 - (C) Winchester Model 1894 .32 Caliber Winchester

Manufactured 1926. Features round barrel chambered for the .32 Winchester Special cartridge with sporting front sight, semi-buckhorn rear sight, Lyman adjustable tang sight, blue overall finish, full magazine and two piece varnished walnut stocks

Lot: 728 - (C) Winchester Model 1894 .25-35 WCF Saddle Ring

Features round carbine barrel with two leaf express rear sight, two piece gumwood stocks and carbine butt. The Model 94 Saddle Ring Carbine in the .25-35 WCF chambering was very desired by ranchers and hunters alike. The United States Government

Lot: 729 - (C) Winchester Model 53 Lever Action Rifle (1925).

Features round barrel, sporting front sight, elevator adjustable sporting rear sight, traditional two line Winchester barrel address, two piece varnished walnut stocks with half magazine and button magazine cap. Introduced in 1924 and manufactured

Lot: 730 - (C) Springfield Model 1899 Krag Carbine.

Retains a pleasing even patina with mottled original blue. Markings are clear. 1901 style "C" marked rear sight. Made without a saddle ring bar. Clear 1901 dated cartouche. Good circle P proof behind trigger guard. Has "VDG" stamped vertically in

Lot: 731 - (C) U.S. Inland M1 Semi-Automatic Carbine.

Features 1-43 dated Inland barrel with narrow front band and S marked staked rear flip sight. Carbine is a reassembled restoration of proper early Inland parts including a slightly sanded and re-oiled two rivet hand guard and a proper I cut IO marked

Lot: 732 - (M) Boxed Springfield Armory M1A Semi-Automatic

Like new in box. Features include round blue barrel with flash suppressor, gas operated semi-automatic action, dovetailed post front sight, micro-adjustable rear receiver sight, five round detachable box magazine, walnut stock with sling swivels and

Lot: 733 - (C) Fine Original Condition 1943 Manufactured

Manufactured 1943. Barrel is dated 9-43. All proper Springfield components including square cut operating rod locking bar rear sight, single slot gas plug milled forearm retainer with solid pin, Springfield marked bolt, barrel, trigger assembly,

Lot: 734 - (C) 1943 Production Winchester M1 Garand Rifle.

Winchester proofed barrel with early locking bar rear sight. Milled stock band with solid pin. Winchester manufacture markings found on the following: bolt , barrel, square cut operating rod, trigger assembly, hammer, trigger guard. Three piece

Lot: 735 - (C) U.S. Property Marked Winchester Model 52C Bolt

Manufactured 1960. Heavy target barrel mounted with Redfield Olympic front and rear sight set. Unertl type scope blocks mounted upon barrel. Standard Winchester 52 markings on barrel. Stenciled "US PROPERTY" on left side of receiver. One piece

Lot: 736 - (C) Remington Model 37 Rangemaster Heavy Target

Manufactured March 1941 "(AK) barrel code" on barrel. Barrel marked "The Remington Model 37". Barrel fitted with two external Unertl pattern scope blocks. Chambered for the .22 LR cartridge. One piece oil finished American walnut target stock with

Lot: 737 - (C) Mannlicher Schoenauer Model GK Bolt Action

Arguably the finest and most famous rifle manufactured in Austria. Features: round barrel, ramp and band front sight, two leaf folding rear sight, high polish blue finish, Mannlicher-Schoenauer stamp on matted bridge, double triggers, straight comb

Lot: 738 - (M) Sako L579 Forester Heavy Barrel .22-250

This is the Forester Model L579 heavy barrel sporter made in Finland. Never equipped for barrel sights. Features blued finish, deluxe checkered high gloss walnut stock with pistol grip, Fleur-de-Lis checkering, pistol grip cap, black rubber buttplate

Lot: 739 - (C) Japanese Nagoya Arsenal Type 99 Sniper Rifle.

Japanese Type 99 sniper rifle manufactured by the Nagoya Arsenal in 7.7mm. Rifle is missing its scope but scope attaching rail is present. Bolt is all matching but does not match number on receiver. No other parts are numbered. Rifle is in very good

Lot: 740 - (C) Nagoya Type 99 Paratrooper Rifle.

Japanese type 99 paratrooper in 7.7mm, manufactured by Nagoya Arsenal. This take down rifle in excellent condition with all matching serial and assembly numbers and 80-85% of the original finish present. Chrome bore is in excellent condition and

Lot: 741 - (C) Mauser Standard Model 98 Rifle.

A rarely encountered pre-WWII Mauser standard rifle in 8mm Mauser. Rifle's metal finish is near mint with over 90% of the correct original finish. Bore is excellent. Stock is the correct Model 98 stock, also in excellent condition with a number of

Lot: 742 - (M) Colt AR-15 Model SP1 Rifle.

Pre-ban Colt AR-15 Model SP1 semi-automatic rifle in .223 Remington. Manufactured by Colt & Hartford, Connecticut, this rifle is in mint condition with over 95% of the original finish present. Bore is mint. Rifle has the correct rear stock and

Lot: 743 - (M) Kimber of Oregon Model 82 Classic with Scope.

Barrel with Kimber of Oregon markings on top and caliber at left rear. Model 82 action is nicely polished and has rocking side safety. Rifle is fitted with a four shot clip. Relatively plain Claro walnut stock measures 13-5/8" over checkered steel

Lot: 744 - (C) Savage Model 99 Lever Action Saddle Ring

Manufactured in 1908. Features include round carbine length blue barrel, front rocky mountain sight and a Savage micrometer rear sight. Blue lever action with a saddle ring and brass cartridge counter. Case color lever. Straight grip carbine type

Lot: 745 - (C) Marlin Model 1892 .32 Lever Action Rifle

Manufactured in 1903. The .32 caliber model 1892 was manufactured so it would shoot .32 rimfire short and long. changing the firing pin would convert it to shoot .32 centerfire short and long. Features include; blue octagonal barrel with full length

Lot: 746 - (C) Winchester Model 1890 .22 Short Slide Action

Features octagon barrel, 2/3 magazine, takedown, blued finish, sporting sights, walnut stocks, rifle buttplate and tang sight. All metal retains approximately 95% or better of the original factory blue finish with minor high edge wear, with the

Lot: 747 - (C) Steyr Arms Mannlicher Bolt Action Rifle.

Features round barrel, ramp front sight, two leaf folding rear sight, blued finish, double set triggers, butterknife bolt, full length checkered walnut stock with straight comb, rollover cheek piece, checkered pistol grip, black cap and metal

Lot: 748 - (C) High Condition Winchester Model 1890 .22 Short

Seldom do you see this model with so much brilliant blue still on frame. It is thinning at base but the sides and top retain 90% of the brilliant Winchester factory blue finish. Barrel has edge and muzzle wear but still retains 90% or better original

Lot: 749 - (C) MIB Jack O'Connor Tribute Winchester Model 70

Polish blued action and free-floating barrel with target crown and no sights. Pre-64 action with 3 position safety. High grade walnut stock with ebony forearm tip and black Decelerator butt pad. Blued floorplate and grip cap are engraved, floorplate

Lot: 750 - (C) High Condition High Polish Savage Model 1899

The most coveted of all Savage 1899 rifles are the early models with the high polish royal blue finished frames. This is reffered to as a model 1899 A and is standard in all respects. Features: Full round barrel, rocky mountain front sight, sporting

Lot: 751 - (C) High Condition Pre-War Marlin Model 39 Lever

Features include; octagonal barrel with full length tube magazine. Marbles No.3 front sight, sporting rear sight and a Marbles No.2 tang peep sight. Case color lever action receiver with case color lever. Plain walnut fore-stock with blue end cap.

Lot: 752 - (C) High Condition High Polish Savage Model 1899

Features: rust blue round barrel, rocky mountain front sight, sporting rear sight, high polish blue frame with brass cartridge counter, case colored lever, smooth blue steel shotgun buttplate, walnut stocks. The short rifle listed in the 1905

Lot: 753 - (M) Cooper Firearms Model 22 Custom Classic Rifle

24" Heavy round barrel is marked with factory name and address as well as caliber on left side. Model 22 single shot action has checkered bolt knob and side safety. Nicely fiddle figured American walnut steel cap pistol grip stock measures 13-1/8"

Lot: 754 - (M) McMillan & Co. Bolt-Action Hunting Rifle (.300

Barrel and action are in a matte black finish. Receiver is drilled and tapped for scope bases. Barrel is threaded and includes muzzle break. Black textured fiberglass stock with Decelerator butt pad sling swivel studs and hinged floor plate. Gun

Lot: 755 - (C) Fine 1943 Springfield M1 Garand Rifle.

Springfield 11-43 dated barrel with narrow front sight and single slot gas plug. Locking bar rear sight with milled mid-barrel retainer with solid pin. All appropriate Springfield internal parts including square cut Springfield operating rod. Three

Lot: 756 - (C) Mauser Sniper Bolt Action Rifle with Scope.

Manufactured for the German military in World War Two. Features include; round blue barrel with adjustable ramp front sight with hood and twenty position rear sight. Blue right hand bolt action with turned down bolt. Full military wood stock. Metal

Lot: 757 - (C) Mannlicher Schoenauer Model 1950 Bolt Action

Features full length Mannlicher pistol grip checkered walnut stock with rollover cheek piece and black composite grip cap and buttplate, ramp front sight, two leaf folding rear sight, single trigger, butterknife bolt, Griffin & Howe quick

Lot: 758 - (M) Custom Fabricated M14/M1 Garand Carbine Cal

20" ported custom barrel with removable gas block. This custom fabricated rifle resembles a Beretta BM59 however it utilizes M14/M1A 20 round magazines. Entire gas system is custom fabricated with a shortened operating rod and a gas system with a

Lot: 759 - (C) Springfield Armory M1 Garand Rifle.

Manufactured 1942. Springfield barrel dated 2-42. with British proofs on chamber. Early parts through out including narrow front sight with capped tensioner screw. Square cut operating rod. Long knurled spring guide. Early sight with our locking

Lot: 760 - (M) Springfield Armory M1A NM Rifle.

GI National Match barrel with National Match front and rear sights. National Match flash hider. Internal parts are US GI manufacture. M14 Beech stock with selector slot filled. Properly glass bedded for match use. Comes with GI cleaning kit and M14

Lot: 761 - (C) Rock-Ola M1 Carbine with Sling, Extra Mag, &

Rock-Ola barrel dated 2-42 with Type 1 narrow band. Early "RR" marked flip sight with out stake marks. Proper Rock-Ola trigger assembly with dog-leg hammer. "RMC" marked two rivet handguard and IO marked high wood but stock with I cut oiler slot.

Lot: 762 - (C) Outstanding Underwood Winchester Model M1

Barrel marked "Underwood 4-43" with type one band and in-staked flip rear sight. Highwood walnut stock marked "IO" in slot with circle "P" proof on grip. Blank push button safety and blank magazine release. All Underwood parts internally with

Lot: 763 - (C) Springfield Model 1903 Bolt Action Rifle.

Manufactured 1917. Springfield barrel dated 4-17. Two piece American walnut stock with finger groves and single strengthening pin. checkered steel butt plate. Early straight bolt assembly. Dished sight adjustment knobs. Stacking swivel with two

Lot: 764 - (C) Winchester Pre-64 Model 70 Featherweight Bolt

Features round barrel with traditional Winchester address and barrel ring, integral front sporting sight base and sight, folding Lyman pattern rear sight, matte finished receiver, one piece American walnut checkered pistol grip stock in the correct

Lot: 766 - (M) Scoped ITM Arms AK-74 Semi-Automatic Rifle.

U.S. made AK-74 under folder by ITM Arms in Cleveland, OH. Steel components parkerized, milled receiver, four-piece polymer stock. Bayonet lug and removable muzzle brake. Complete with functional illuminated reticle 8x42 Russian scope and mount and

Lot: 767 - (C) High Condition P. F. Sedgley Custom

Between World War One and World War Two, the hunter had very little options when purchasing a bolt action sporting rifle. The majority of americans were still hunting with lever guns, but the Great War had exposed millions of exserviceman to the bolt

Lot: 768 - (C) U.S. Springfield Model 1922 M2 Bolt Action

Features: Full round barrel, Model 1903 front sight, no provision for rear sight, has lyman 48 receiver sight, single band with swivel, matte blue finish, pistol grip walnut stock with wide groove, coarse checkered buttplate, no trap, rear sling

Lot: 769 - (C) Extremely Early Winchester M1 Carbine Serial

Very crude Winchester M1 carbine with serial number 0512 on receiver. Marlin Barrel, "S" marked flip sight, unmarked trigger assembly, Winchester hammer, checkered push button safety with later "M" marked magazine release. Two rivet Winchester hand

Lot: 770 - (M) Armalite AR-10A4 Semi-Automatic Rifle.

This well-made Armalite AR10 features a stainless steel barrel with parkerized compensator at muzzle, three piece polymer stock, and total of four Armalite 20 round parkerized magazines. Rifle is complete with a black ordinance marked leather sling,

Lot: 771 - (C) Scarce & Unusual Underwood M1 Carbine.

Standard Underwood WWII issue carbine with the "UNDERWOOD" manufactures marking stamped upside down. All early Underwood marked parts including bolt, front sight, slide, trigger housing, trigger, sear, Type 3 Underwood hammer, unmarked Type 3 safety,

Lot: 772 - (C) Winchester Underwood M1 Semi-Automatic

Transitional M1 Carbine with receiver made by Underwood and assembled by Winchester using all Winchester parts. Assembled using parts identified as push button safety, unmarked magazine release, "SS" marked unstaked flip rear sight, Type 1 band with

Lot: 773 - (M) Documented Texas Ranger Ruger Mini-14 Folding

This is a standard configuration folding Mini-14, with the left side of action marked "RESTRICTED LAW ENFORCEMENT/GOV'T USE ONLY". Features stainless steel finish, parkerized bayonet lug, law enforcement flash suppressor, polymer hand guard, and

Lot: 774 - (M) Documented Texas Ranger Ruger Mini-14

This is a standard configuration Mini-14 with the left side of action marked "RESTRICTED LAW ENFORCEMENT/GOV'T USE ONLY". Features black parkerized finish, a bayonet lug, law enforcement flash suppressor, polymer hand guard and laminated walnut wood

Lot: 775 - (M) Documented Texas Ranger Colt Law Enforcement

This is a standard configuration Colt Law Enforcement carbine with parkerized finish, collapsible three-position buttstock, removable carry handle and flash suppressor. Right side of magazine well is stamped "RESTRICTED MILITARY/GOVERNMENT LAW

Lot: 776 - (M) Documented Texas Ranger S&W Model 457

Standard parkerized and black enameled Model 457 with flush hammer, black rubber Hogue grips and three seven-round magazines. Complete with blue plastic hard case, manuals, and orange breech plug. Very good condition, with some light edge wear at

Lot: 777 - (M) Documented Texas Ranger Sig Sauer Model P226

Standard parkerized Model P226 with stainless steel parkerized slide, matte black aluminum frame, factory black plastic grips, double action mechanism and features tritium sights. Complete with factory hard case with with name "Tony Bennie" on the

Lot: 778 - (M) Documented Texas Ranger Sig Sauer Model P226

Standard parkerized Model P226 with stainless steel parkerized slide, matte black aluminum frame, Hogue black rubber grips, double action mechanism, and features tritium sights. Complete with factory hard case,with business card of Texas Ranger

Lot: 779 - (M) Documented Texas Ranger Sig Sauer Model P220

Standard parkerized, black finish and black checkered plastic grips. Features Trijicon sights, complete factory box inscribed with name "A.P. Davidson", manuals, trigger lock and an extra magazine. Very good condition, slide shows some edge wear and

Lot: 780 - (M) Cool Texas Rangers Documented Remington Model

Features round barrel with ramp blade front and rear sight. Receiver is stamped in standard 1100 pattern along with stamping "DPS-28026" from the state of Texas. Stocks are checkered in standard 1100 pattern with full knob pistol grip which has a

Lot: 781 - (M) Deluxe Engraved Winchester Model 1895 Lever

This deluxe modern 1895 rifle is in as new condition inside and out. The most noticeable departure form the original is the top tang safety and Schnauble forend tip. This rifle feature full round barrel, sporting sights, high gloss checkered walnut

Lot: 782 - (C) Presentation Eddystone Model 1917 .30-06

Barrel is stamped "E 11-18". This is an all original matching Eddystone 1917 rifle that was built for presentation using extra grade highly finish walnut stock, fine dark blued finish which 90% plus remains. All small parts are stamped "E" for

Lot: 783 - (C) Winchester Model 52 Target Bull Barrel Bolt

Manufactured by Winchester in 1941. One of the finest target rifles ever built. Features include; round bull barrel with Fecker-type scope basses. Front globe sight is a Lyman 77 and the rear sight is a Lyman 48FH. Right hand bolt action with a 10

Lot: 784 - (C) WWII Nazi German Mauser G 33/40 Mountain

Gun retains a pleasing patina overall. All markings are clear, although show wear. Early "945" code gun, dated 1940. Not import marked. Matching numbers. Stock cartouches are worn but present. Stock shows wear with dings and handling marks. There is

Lot: 785 - (C) British Model No.4 MK1 (T) Bolt Action Sniper

Enfield Model No.4 MK (T) British sniper rifle in .303, manufactured by "M47" (BSA Shirley) in 1945. Rifle is in good condition with approximately 55-60% original arsenal finish. Bore is very good. Stock is also very good, with scattered light dings

Lot: 786 - (C) Case Colored Marlin Model 1897 Lever Action

Features full octagon barrel, full tube magazine, sporting sights, takedown; case colored hammer, lever and action; walnut stock and Marlin logo black composite buttplate. Has an added tang sight. Barrel retains approximately 90% original factory

Lot: 787 - (A) U.S. Springfield Model 1873 Carbine.

This carbine has the standard features with a correct 1873 carbine rear sight, single barrel band, saddle ring and bar, trigger guard without a sling swivel and U.S. marked trapdoor buttplate without trap door. Wooden carbine stock with faint

Lot: 788 - (M) Early Springfield Model M1A Semi-Automatic

Features a chrome lined barrel with walnut stock and hand guard. Internal parts appear to be all US GI . Standard GI sights with green / grey Parkerized finish. Caliber 7.62 Nato (.308 Win). Rifle is near new condition with little evidence of use.

Lot: 789 - (C) Faux Springfield M1D Sniper Rifle.

Springfield M1 Garand rifle with M84 scope mounted leather cheek rest. Standard rifle built into the sniper configuration for competition and sport shooting uses. These look 100% authentic and would be very difficult to determine the difference

Lot: 790 - (C) Near New Colt New Service Double Action

Features six shot, double action, and silver medallion diamond checkered walnut grips with lanyard ring. Aside from a light drag line and a touch on muzzle, this revolver is near new inside and out with 99.9% factory original blue finish. From the G.

Lot: 791 - (C) DWM 1916 Artillery Luger.

World War I Artillery Luger. These were made for machine gun and tank units or anyone that needed a compact carbine style weapon. They came with a detachable stock/holster combo that would easily turn it into a shoulder fired weapon. Also available

Lot: 792 - (C) Union Switch & Signal Co. Model 1911A1 U.S.

Manufactured 1943. The Union Switch & Signal produced the fewest contract pistols during World War II at 55,000 total. The only manufacturer that produced less was Singer at 500 due to a cancelled contract. Slide features the unique stamp on left

Lot: 793 - (C) Nazi Marked Walther PPK RZM Semi-Automatic

The RZM marked PPk's were manufactured in the serial number block 820,000 to 845,000 and this example falls in the first part of the contract. The RZM mark stands for "Reich Justice Ministry" and were all high polish blue guns. This example sports a

Lot: 794 - (C) Springfield Model 1911 U.S. Army

According to records Springfield Armory sent surplus Colts in May of 1917, having stopped production at serial number 127978. The unused serial numbers were reassigned to Colt where they were used as replacement numbers over the next few years.

Lot: 795 - (C) Colt Model 1902 Sporting Semi-Automatic

Standard issue features royal blue finish, front slide serrations, case colored spur hammer, Colt logo black composite grips, round butt and nickel plated 1884 dated magazine. The grip frame and trigger guard retain approximately 30-40% blue with

Lot: 796 - (C) 1939 42 Code Mauser Luger Semi-Automatic

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 marked "42" and "1939" over the chamber. This

Lot: 797 - (C) High Condition Colt Model 1911 Commercial

Manufactured immediately after the secession of the first World War, is this fine condition Commercial Model 1911 with all proper early features to include short wide spur checkered hammer, checkered slide stop and safety, long smooth trigger, smooth

Lot: 798 - (C) High Condition Colt New Service Double Action

The caliber .38-40 is among the scarcer of the New Service calibers. This is a six shot, double action with factory blue finish and near mint Colt composition black grips with lanyard ring. As to condition this revolver begs no apologies. There is a

Lot: 799 - (C) DWM 1914 Artillary luger Semi-Automatic

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. for the Imperial German military. This is known as the 1914 artillery luger with a chamber date of 1917. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V fine tune front sight, nine

Lot: 800 - (C) Presentation Pre-War Colt Detective Double

The inscription on the butt of this revolver "E.J. MILLER FROM COLT'S EMPLOYEES 8-29-44", according to Colt letter the inscription is not mentioned but this gun was shipped to Edward J. Miller on August 29th, 1944 in a one gun shipment, 2", blued,

Lot: 801 - (C) DWM Swiss 1906 Cross in Sunberst Luger

This is one of the military model 1906 Swiss cross in sunburst lugers. Known as the1900/06 Swiss. It was manufactured for the Swiss military by DWM. Gun retains approximately 92% of the original factory applied blue finish with strawed small parts.

Lot: 802 - (C) DWM Swiss Model 1906 Cross in Shield

This is one of the police model 1906 Swiss cross in shield lugers. Known as the1900/06 Swiss Police. Gun retains approximately 92% of the original factory applied blue finish with strawed small parts. Features include round pencil barrel, Inverted V

Lot: 803 - (C) Engraved Colt New Service Target Old Model

Colt New Service Target serial No. 5021 was shipped August 28th, 1900 with blue finish, 7-1/2" barrel in .44 Russian caliber. There is a work order No. 1230 under left grip and factory rework star stamped on right side of trigger guard. Conjecture

Lot: 804 - (C) Ithaca Model 1911A1 Semi-Automatic Pistol.

Left side of frame is stamped "FJA" (no box) for Frank J. Atwood. There is a "P" stamp at magazine release. Right side of frame has the U.S. Property Army stamp. Left side of slide is stamped "ITHACA GUN CO. INC. ITHACA N.Y.". There is a "P" stamped

Lot: 805 - (C) Colt Model 1911 U.S. Army Semi-Automatic

Manufactured 1919 at war's end. This is a standard Colt with the brushed military blue finish. All original with period correct parts to include long smooth trigger, short checkered wide spur hammer, checkered slide stop and safety, and diamond

Lot: 806 - (C) Russell, Majors & Waddell Pony Express

Gun (A) features full nickel finish, silver medallion two piece walnut grips. Left side of barrel is stamped "Russell, Majors & Waddell Pony Express Presentation Model". Right side of the barrel is stamped "Colt .45 Peacemaker". Backstrap is

Lot: 807 - (C) Nazi Marked Walther 480 Code P.38

Features include; Round barrel, dovetailed post front sight and U notch rear sight. Semi-automatic double action with exposed hammer and safety on left side of slide. Brown composite grips with a lanyard loop on left side of handle. Eight round

Lot: 808 - (C) High Condition Colt Model 1877 Lightning .38

The long barrel Lightning is somewhat of an anomaly because the purpose of this revolver was as a pocket gun, but the 6" barrel made it a holster gun. These long barrel holster Lightnings were very popular with women and men of small stature at the

Lot: 809 - (C) Colt Single Action Army 2nd Generation .45

Features six shot, single action, blue and case colored with black gutta percha grips. Case colors are still brilliant. Never fired with 99.9% finish. Comes in an original black box with proper end label. A total of 9,817 were manufactured in this

Lot: 810 - (C) Cased 1900 American Eagle Luger Semi-Automatic

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. for commercial sales in the United States. This is known as the 1900 American Eagle Luger. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear

Lot: 811 - (C) Mauser Banner 1941 Dated Police Luger

On page 282 of the book "Lugers at Random" it explains that this gun was made for certain units in Germany. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the

Lot: 812 - (C) Boxed Remington Rand Model 1911A1 U.S. Army

Manufactured 1943. Offered in its original manila Government craft box with matching number in pencil on top and original packing tape; this gun remains as new with dried original cosmoline, green wax paper and two extra wax paper wrapped magazines.

Lot: 813 - (C) As New Boxed Colt New Service .44-40 Double

Aside from a ghost drag line, this revolver is new, unfired, 99.9% factory finish and features six shot, double action and Colt black composite grips. It is an interesting variation that Colt used up one of the old straight barrels that had long been

Lot: 814 - (C) Boxed Colt Model 1908 Semi-Automatic Pistol

This beautiful .380 pistol in virtually as new in the original box showing no signs of any wear. Appears unfired with 100% blue and mint silver medallion checkered walnut grips and mint two tone, tempered magazine. Comes in original box with proper

Lot: 815 - (C) Colt Commercial Model 1911 Semi-Automatic

This Commercial Model 1911 is all original, all parts circa 1919 including rounded front sight, flat rear sight with radius corners, checkered slide stop and safety, short wide spur hammer, long smooth trigger, flat mainspring housing with loop,

Lot: 816 - (C) Colt Model 1911 U.S. Army Semi-Automatic

The left side of frame is stamped U.S. Property with eagle head inspector stamp. Left side of slide has the 1913 patent date with pony in center. Right side of slide is stamped Model 1911 of U.S. Army. Has the flat top rear side with beveled corners.

Lot: 817 - (C) Boxed Smith & Wesson 1st Model .22 Single Shot

This is a First Model single shot tartet pistol listed as the Single Shot Model of 1891. Made on a revolver type frame with recoil shields on both sides. Has the extended Smith & Wesson logo patent date black composite checkered grips. Front

Lot: 818 - (M) Factory Engraved Smith and Wesson Model 66

Features include class B scroll engraving on a stainless double action revolver. Scroll work is along both sides of the round barrel, on the front of the crane, bottom of trigger guard., along both sides of the action and between the flutes on the

Lot: 819 - (C) Pre-War Colt Model 1911A1 Commercial

This early pre-war features all correct early parts to include short wide spur checkered hammer, checkered slide stop and safety, short checkered trigger, arched checkered mainspring housing with loop, fully checkered walnut grips, blued barrel with

Lot: 820 - (C) High Condition U.S. Colt Model 1878/02 Double

Offered is a first year production of the so-called "Philippine" or "Alaskan" Model whose most distinguishing feature is the oversized trigger and guard. It is fully inspected for the government by Renaldo Carr and his "RAC" initials can be found

Lot: 821 - (C) Swiss Waffenfabrik Bern Model 06/29

This is one of the commercial or P prefix model 06/29 Swiss Bern lugers. This one was made in 1942 and retains approximately 90% of the original factory applied finish. Features include Round barrel, Inverted V front sight U notch rear sight Grip

Lot: 822 - (C) Mauser Banner 42 Date Luger Semi-Automatic

On page 294 of the book "Lugers at Random" it explains that this gun was made for contract sales as well as sales to certain German quasi-military groups and is supposed to have either commercial or military type proofs. This Luger has no proofs at

Lot: 823 - (C) Cased Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammer .38

Manufactured in 1926. Standard features; blue finish, semi auto magazine fed, case colored spur hammer, standard sights, Colt gutta- percha grips. Fine bore and action. Magazine stamped “PKT Colt 38 Cal.”. There is a hint of muzzle wear and

Lot: 824 - (C) Mauser K Date S/42 Code Luger Semi-Automatic

Manufactured for the German military by Mauser. This is the early "K" or 1934 chamber date. 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: 825 - (C) Remington Rand Model 1911A1 U.S. Army

Manufactured last year of war production, 1945. Left side of frame is stamped "FJA" for Frank J. Atwood and "UNITED STATES PROPERTY M1911A1 U.S. ARMY" on right side. Right side rear of frame has Ordnance wheel with exposed raw steel indicating

Lot: 826 - (C) Near New Pre-War Colt Woodsman 1st Series

The First Model Match Target was only manufactured from 1938 to 1944 with approximately 15,100 made. Features a distinctive slab side barrel stamped "MATCH TARGET" with target on left side and the unique and beautifully streamlined checkered walnut

Lot: 827 - (C) Ithaca Model 1911A1 U.S. Army Semi-Automatic

Manufactured 1944. A total of 60,000 Ithacas were manufactured under Colt patent for the U.S. Government. Left side of frame has the "FJA" inspector stamp for Frank J. Atwood, proof "P" and "J" on trigger bow. Right side of frame is stamped "UNITED

Lot: 828 - (C) Pre-War Colt Single Action Army 1st Generation

Manufactured 1902. Standard catalog item featuring six shot, single action, blue and case colored finish, and black rubber grips. This revolver is all original and all matching. Basically overall a grey gun with age freckling, flashes of factory

Lot: 829 - (C) Copper Queen Mine Nickel Colt Bisley Model

According to the factory letter, this was a single gun shipment shipped on January 21st, 1909 to the Copper Queen Store of the famed Copper Queen Mine in the Arizona Territory town of Douglas, care of Phelps, Dodge & Company. It remains in that

Lot: 830 - (C) Nazi Marked G Dated Mauser S/42 Code Luger

Manufactured for the German military by Mauser. This is the early "G" or 1935 chamber date that all the parts are rust blue and straw color small parts. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear

Lot: 831 - (C) Walther HP Model Semi-Automatic Pistol.

Features include; Round barrel, dovetailed post front sight and U notch rear sight. Semi-automatic double action with exposed hammer and safety on left side of slide. Black composite grips with a lanyard loop on left side of handle. Eight round

Lot: 832 - (C) Colt Model 1911 U.S. Army Semi-Automatic

Standard early pre-World War I issue. Left side of slide has the 1913 patent date with pony at rear. Right side of slide is stamped "MODEL 1911 U.S. ARMY". Left side of frame has the "WGP" of Walter Penfield (1911-1914). Has a replaced blued barrel,

Lot: 833 - (C) Boxed Pre-War Colt Model 1908 .380

Features blued finish, proper near mint two tone tempered magazine and silver medallion checkered walnut grips. Pistol has a hint of high edge muzzle slide wear. Still retains 98-99% original factory finish. Near new inside and out in original box

Lot: 834 - (C) Nickel Colt Model 1902 Military Model

This early long slide military model features the "screen door" front slide checkering and round knurled hammer with a square butt and military lanyard. This fine pistol was expertly nickel plated to factory quality, retaining razor sharp legends and

Lot: 835 - (C) Colt Service Ace .22 Caliber Semi-Automatic

These were manufactured between 1935-45 (13,800). Right side of slide is stamped "COLT SERVICE MODEL ACE". Left side of frame has the "JSB" inspector stamp for John Begley. Right side of frame has Ordnance wheel. Features Army matte parkerized

Lot: 836 - (C) Colt Model 1911 U.S. Army Semi-Automatic

Standard late World War I production features full smooth trigger, wide spur checkered hammer, checkered safety and slide stop, and smooth flat mainspring housing with loop. Left side of frame has the eagle inspector stamp Type I and stamped "UNITED

Lot: 837 - (C) Remington Rand Model 1911A1 U.S. Army

Standard mid-war features "FJA" inspector stamp for Frank Atwood on left side of frame. Right side of frame is stamped with "UNITED STATES PROPERTY M1911A1 US ARMY" with Ordnance wheel. "P" near magazine release and on top of barrel. Features short

Lot: 838 - (C) Colt Model 1911A1 U.S. Army Semi-Automatic

Features "UNITED STATES PROPERTY MODEL 1911A1 U.S. ARMY" on right side of frame and plain back hollow Keyes-type grips. Left side of frame has the "WB" inspector stamp for Waldemar Broberg (November 1941 - June 1942). Top of slide is stamped with

Lot: 839 - (C) Near New Remington Rand Model 1911A1 U.S. Army

Typical mid-war Remington Rand stamped with maker on left side of slide. "UNITED STATES PROPERTY M1911A1 US ARMY" on right side of frame along with Ordnance wheel with raw metal showing though (proper). Features serrated slide stop, checkered safety,

Lot: 840 - (C) Colt Model 1911 U.S. Army Semi-Automatic

Standard late-war U.S. Army pistol that features all correct era parts to include long smooth trigger, wide spur checkered hammer, checkered slide stop and safety, flat mainspring housing with loop, diamond checkered walnut grips, blued and pinned

Lot: 841 - (C) High Condition Remington Rand Model 1911A1

Standard mid-war features "FJA" inspector stamp for Frank Atwood on left side of frame. Right side of frame is stamped with "UNITED STATES PROPOERTY M1911A1 US ARMY" with Ordnance wheel. "P" near magazine release and on top of barrel. Features short

Lot: 842 - (M) Semmerling LM4 Slide Action Pocket Pistol.

Less than 600 LM4 pistols were manufactured between 1977 and 1982. At the time, it was the smallest .45 ACP repeater available with a four shot magazine, slide was worked manually, extremely high quality and hand-fitted. This example sports the matte

Lot: 843 - (M) Semmerling LM4 Slide Action Pocket Pistol.

Less than 600 LM4 pistols were manufactured between 1977 and 1982. At the time, it was the smallest .45 ACP repeater available with a four shot magazine, slide was worked manually, extremely high quality and hand-fitted. This example sports the matte

Lot: 844 - (M) Semmerling LM4 Factory Chrome Slide Action

Less than 600 LM4 pistols were manufactured between 1977 and 1982. At the time, it was the smallest .45 ACP repeater available with a four shot magazine, slide was worked manually, extremely high quality and hand-fitted. This example sports factory

Lot: 845 - (M) Semmerling LM4 Semi-Automatic Pocket Pistol.

Less than 600 LM4 pistols were manufactured between 1977 and 1982. At the time, it was the smallest .45 ACP repeater available with a four shot magazine, slide was worked manually, extremely high quality and hand-fitted. This example sports the

Lot: 846 - (M) Semmerling LM4 Cut-A-Way Slide Action Pocket

Less than 600 LM4 pistols were manufactured between 1977 and 1982. At the time, it was the smallest .45 ACP repeater available with a four shot magazine, slide was worked manually, extremely high quality and hand-fitted. This example sports the matte

Lot: 847 - (M) Semmerling LM4 Slide Action Pocket Pistol.

Less than 600 LM4 pistols were manufactured between 1977 and 1982. At the time, it was the smallest .45 ACP repeater available with a four shot magazine, slide was worked manually, extremely high quality and hand-fitted. This example sports the

Lot: 848 - (M) Semmerling LM4 Nickel Slide Action Pocket

Less than 600 LM4 pistols were manufactured between 1977 and 1982. At the time, it was the smallest .45 ACP repeater available with a four shot magazine, slide was worked manually, extremely high quality and hand-fitted. This example sports nickel

Lot: 849 - (C) High Condition Remington Rand 1911A1

Manufactured 1944. Typical mid-war Remington Rand stamped with maker on left side of slide. "UNITED STATES PROPERTY M1911A1 US ARMY" on right side of frame along with Ordnance wheel. Features serrated slide stop, checkered safety, checkered spurless

Lot: 850 - (C) Remington Rand Model 1911 A1 Semi-Automatic

Manufactured 1943. Standard Remington World War II issue pistol with military matte finish. Right side of frame has Ordnance wheel stamp. Left side of slide stamped "REMINGTON RAND INC.". Left side of frame has the "FJA" Frank Atwood stamp. Sports

Lot: 851 - (C) Colt Commercial 1911 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Offered is a high condition factory blue Colt 1911 Commercial that features all early parts including short checkered wide spur hammer, checkered slide stop and safety, long smooth trigger, flat mainspring housing with lanyard, diamond checkered

Lot: 852 - (C) German DWM Model 1914 Artillery P.08 Luger

Gun retains 90% original finish overall with finish wear to the high points. All markings are clear. Dated 1916 above the chamber. Fine tune adjustment screw on both the front and rear sights. All numbers are matching. The wood bottom magazine is

Lot: 853 - (C) High Condition Colt Model 1903 Hammer

Standard issue Colt Pocket Hammer with spur hammer, round butt, "COLT" stamped magazine that sports a pair of the thickest and most iridescent Colt silver medallion Mother of Pearl grips. Aside from some high edge slide wear, light muzzle wear and a

Lot: 854 - (C) Lot of 3: Stevens Pistols.

Gun (A) Stevens LOD No. 36, 2nd issue with two line address. Serial number 1535. 10" part round barrel with nickel frame and two piece fine checkered walnut grips. Firing pin in frame with bushing. Outstanding condition with 80% thinning blue finish

Lot: 855 - (C) High Condition Colt New Service 7-1/2" .45

Features six shot, double action, blued finish, Colt silver medallion checkered walnut grips and lanyard ring. This fine large frame revolver remains in near new condition inside and out. Aside from a light drag line, revolver remains in almost

Lot: 856 - (C) DWM Luger Model 1923 Safe/Loaded

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. for sale in the United States. This is known as the 1923 Safe and Loaded. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety

Lot: 857 - (C) High Condition Colt New Service 7-1/2" .45

Features six shot, double action, blued finish, Colt logo black composite grips and lanyard ring. This fine large frame revolver remains in near new condition inside and out. Aside from a light drag line, revolver remains in almost unfired condition,

Lot: 858 - (C) As New Colt Bisley Model .32 Single Action

This stunning Bisley looks just as it did the day it left the factory with its stunning blue and case colored finish, near mint Colt black composite grips, fire blue trigger and screws, and case colored hammer. Gun shows virtually no exterior wear of

Lot: 859 - (C) German DWM 1917 Dated Artillary Luger

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken Co. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, fine tune eight position rear sight on the rear of the barrel, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position,

Lot: 860 - (C) German DWM Police Luger P.08 Semi-Automatic

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken Co. 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

Lot: 861 - (C) Swiss Waffenfabrik Bern 06/24 Luger

This is one of the military model 06/24 Swiss Bern lugers. This one was made in 1923 and retains approximately 92% of the original factory applied blue finish with strawed small parts. Features include Round barrel, Inverted V front sight V notch

Lot: 862 - (C) Swiss Waffenfabrik Bern 06/24 Luger

This is one of the military model 06/24 Swiss Bern lugers. This one was made in 1923 and retains approximately 92% of the original factory applied blue finish with strawed small parts. Features include Round barrel, Inverted V front sight V notch

Lot: 863 - (C) German DWM 1917 Dated P.08 Luger

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. for the Imperial German military. This is known as the 1914 artillery luger with a chamber date of 1917. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, nine position

Lot: 864 - (C) 1918 Dated Artillary Luger Semi-Automatic

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. for the Imperial German military. This is known as the 1914 artillery luger with a chamber date of 1918. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, nine position

Lot: 865 - (C) 1906 Commercial, Saftey Marked Luger

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. for commercial sales in Germany and elsewhere. This is known as the 1906 commercial safety marked. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on

Lot: 866 - (C) Portuguese M-2 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol.

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. for contract sales to the Portuguese military. This is known as the 1906 M-2. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb

Lot: 867 - (C) Cased Alphabet Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol.

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. for commercial sales. This is known as the 1920 commercial or alphabet luger. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb

Lot: 868 - (C) Colt New Service Flat Top .45 Caliber Double

The most expensive in the Colt line at the time of production, these large frame target revolvers were the Cadillac of the Colt company. Features adjustable high target front sight, adjustable target rear sight, flat top frame, tapered barrel, six

Lot: 869 - (C) Boxed Colt Single Action Army 2nd Generation

Features full factory nickel finish, six shot, single action, and Colt black composite grips. Never fired with a light drag line. Comes in an original proper black box with correct end label and instructions. Box has lots of tape repairs. A total of

Lot: 870 - (C) Boxed Colt Model 1903 U.S. General Officer

The General Officers Model was simply a dark, parkerized Colt pocket hammerless with checkered walnut grips with silver medallion that was issued to officers above the rank of lieutenant. This is an interesting example in that it was sent to England

Lot: 871 - (C) Colt Model 1911A1 Lend Lease Semi-Automatic

Made at the Colt factory for export to England, the right side of the frame has the crossed cannons cartouche along with two British proofs marks and stamped "NOT ENGLISH MAKE". Left side of the frame is stamped "GHD" for inspector Guy Dewey and

Lot: 872 - (C) Colt Python 2-1/2" Double Action Revolver

Offered is an extremely nice and early pre-letter 2-1/2" Python. Feature vent rib, full underlug, target rear sight, matt finish top strap, high polish blue finish, six shot, double action, target hammer and silver medallion Micarta faux ivory grips.

Lot: 873 - (C) Remington Model 1911A1 U.S. Army

Offered is a standard late-war production Remington Rand 1911A1. Left side of frame has the crossed cannons and "FJA" inspector stamp with no box for Frank Atwood. There is a proof "P" next to magazine release. Right side of frame is stamped "UNITED

Lot: 874 - (C) U.S. Colt Model 1903 .32 Caliber

Pistol is finished in the original Colt blue finish with silver medallion checkered walnut grips, full blued magazine with properly marked base. Right side of the frame is marked "US PROPERTY" and there are no other military markings. According to

Lot: 875 - (C) Boxed Colt Model 1908 Semi-Automatic Pistol

This pistol remains in near new condition inside and out. Just a hint of high muzzle wear; fully retains 99.9% original Colt factory blue finish. No age freckling or spotting of any kind. Near mint silver medallion checkered walnut grips and near

Lot: 876 - (C) Boxed Remington U.S. Model 1911A1 Pistol

Standard World War II issue with the matte military finish. Left side of slide is stamped "REMINGTON RAND" with proof "P" on top. Standard sights. Left side of frame is inspected "FJA" for Frank Atwood with "P" and magazine release. Right side of

Lot: 877 - (C) Boxed Colt Model 1908 Semi-Automatic Pistol

This pre-war .380 is in near new condition inside and out. Has a touch of muzzle wear as they almost all do, a couple of age freckles coming through finish; still retains 99% Colt factory blue finish with silver medallion checkered walnut grips.

Lot: 878 - (C) Boxed Colt New Service .38 Special Double

Features six shot, double action, blued finish, checkered trigger and silver medallion checkered walnut grips. The New Service was the largest frame Colt ever built at the time and was the most expensive non-target handgun in the Colt catalog. This

Lot: 879 - (M) Boxed U.S. Firearms Mfg. Co. Flattop Target

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: 880 - (C) Boxed Colt Model 1908 Hammerless

A lightly used gun at best, near new inside and out with a couple of small storage marks here and there. Still 99.8% original factory blue with silver medallion diamond checkered walnut grips and proper two toned, tempered magazine. Comes in proper

Lot: 881 - (M) Boxed 2nd Generation Colt Single Action Army

This revolver appears to be unfired with only a light drag line, finished in the traditional high polish blue and case colors with black composite eagle grips. As new inside and out. A total of 3,800 were manufactured in this configuration from 1960

Lot: 882 - (C) Cased London Colt Model 1903 Hammerless

Features numerous British proof marks found on barrel, slide and frame. Blued finish with black composite grips. Comes with two correct two tone tempered stamped magazines. Gun has a hint of muzzle wear, otherwise retains approximately 99% of the

Lot: 883 - (C) Boxed As New Colt Model 1911A1 Gold Cup

This pistol is like a time machine; the original box with cut outs, warranty card dated 1967 with serial number, instructions dated 1967 and the screw driver, as well as the Trophy box looks like it was all made yesterday, but is all made of the

Lot: 884 - (C) U.S. Colt Model 1911A1 Army Semi-Automatic

Standard Colt mid-war production U.S. Army .45. Left side of slide has patent dates. Top of slide is stamped with proof "P". Right side of slide is stamped "UNITED STATES PROPERTY M1911A1 US ARMY". Ordnance wheel on right rear frame. Left side of

Lot: 885 - (C^) British Proofed Smith & Wesson Nickel Model

Gun was finished in the rare factory nickel which 98% or better remains with just some light surface abrasions near muzzle. Features Smith & Wesson logo black composite grips, bright case colors on hammer and trigger. Birmingham proofs on left

Lot: 886 - (M) Colt Python Double Action Revolver.

Manufactured 1981. The classic blue Python with vent rib, full lug, target sights, wide hammer spur, six shot, double action and gold medallion checkered walnut target grips. Aside from a light drag line and some signs of use on cylinder, gun retains

Lot: 887 - (C) 1920 Property Marked DWM Police 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 marked "GELADN", center toggle link marked "DWM". This is an all matching numbers

Lot: 888 - (C) Colt Model 1905 Semi-Automatic Pistol (1907).

A total of 6,100 of these pistols were manufactured between 1905 and 1911. Features a round knurled hammer, diamond checkered walnut grips and comes with one original magazine. This standard production retains approximately 40% original blue with

Lot: 889 - (C) High Condition Colt Bisley Model Single Action

The Bisley Model was basically a Single Action Army with a larger trigger guard, a different configuration of grip straps and a low, wide checkered hammer. This model features blued finish with case colors and black composite grips. Remains in

Lot: 890 - (C) Boxed Pre-War Colt Shooting Master Double

Shooting Master was the top of the line target model built on the New Service frame with approximately 3,500 made 1932 to 1941. Features high adjustable Patridge front sight, adjustable rear sight, six shot, double action, blued finish, fully

Lot: 891 - (C) Engraved German Walther Model PPK

This fine pre-war pistol exhibits almost complete coverage master engraving in typical oak leaves with stippled background. the way it surrounds the lettering and the curvature to Walther would indicate factory engraving with blued finish and brown

Lot: 891A - (C) Sig P-210 Semi-Automatic Pistol.

Swiss Sig 210-5 with 4.75 inch barrel 9mm para. Matte blue finish with fixed front and rear sights. Black plastic military pattern grips, Matching numbers found on slide , barrel and frame. Long known as the finest quality 9mm commercially made.

Lot: 892 - (C) 1906 DWM Dutch Air Force Luger Semi-Automatic

Manufactured by DWM for the Dutch Air Force. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "RUST" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADN" on both sides, center

Lot: 893 - (C) High Condition Colt Model 1909 U.S Army .45

Manufactured 1911, first year of this model. Features "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" stamp under barrel with "RAC" inspector stamp for Renaldo A. Carr. Back of cylinder is stamped "RAC" as well. Butt is stamped "U.S. ARMY MODEL 1909". "RAC" is stamped on

Lot: 894 - (C) Boxed British Proofed Smith & Wesson .22

Manufactured 1902 to 1906. Offered is a very rare blued, British proofed, seven shot, double action revolver with case colored hammer and trigger and Smith & Wesson black logo grips. A total of 4,575 were manufactured. Has the distinct push

Lot: 895 - (C) Colt Flat Top New Service Target Double Action

These large New Service Target revolvers were made for competitive shooting in the English style that required a non-adjustable high front sight and a rear sight that allowed wind drift only. Features flat top frame, six shot, double action, blued

Lot: 896 - (C) Colt Sporting Model 1902 Long Slide

This early example features front slide serrations, case colored round checkered hammer, blued finish and Colt gutta percha grips. Pistol retains approximately 65% of the original high polish factory blue. Includes an original 1884 patent date Colt

Lot: 897 - (C) Colt Model 1911 British .455 Eley

Between 1914 and 1916 the British War Department submitted purchase orders to the London Armory Company for the Model 1911 in .455 Eley caliber. All military 1911s chambered for .455 made during this time frame have a serial number with a 'W' prefix.

Lot: 898 - (C) Mauser S/42 G Date Luger Semi-Automatic

The G date was the code for 1935. Nazi Germany was building up its arms after the treaty of Versailles and using codes so the allies did not know they were building up their arms stockpile. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V

Lot: 899 - (C) Mauser S/42 1937 Date Luger Semi-Automatic

Manufactured for the German military by Mauser. This is the later 1937 chamber date that all the parts are salt blue instead of rust blue and straw color small parts. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear

Lot: 900 - (C) 1917 DWM Artillery Luger Semi-Automatic

World war one artillery luger dated 1917. Features include; full round barrel with King front sight and factory original tangent rear sight. Fair bore showing some frosting. Toggle semi-automatic action. Safety marked Gesichert in the upper position,

Lot: 901 - (C) Boxed Colt Model 1903 Semi-AutomaticPistol

Pistol looks to be in near new, unfired condition inside and out. Sports the Colt logo black checkered composite grips and proper two tone, tempered magazine. 99.9% all original factory blue. Correct era box with proper end label and numbered to gun

Lot: 902 - (C) Cased Nickel Colt Model 1908 Semi-Automatic

Offered is an impeccable factory nickel Model 1908 in full nickel finish with the thick Colt recessed silver medallion Mother of Pearl grips. Barely peeking out from the front of the left grip panel, you can see a touch of corrosion under the grip

Lot: 903 - (C) Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammer Semi-Automatic

Standard issue features high polish royal blue finish, case colored round hammer, Colt logo black composite grips and blued bottom 1884 dated magazine. Grip straps are grey patina. Balance of gun retains 95% or better original blue with a couple of

Lot: 904 - (A) Colt Model 1862 3-1/2" Round "S" Lug Cartridge

All of the pertinent information on this revolver can be found in "A Study of Colt Conversions" by McDowell starting on page 351. This has the newly made barrel with no plug, high polished blue finish that remains at approximately 85-90% with usual

Lot: 905 - (C) Boxed 2nd Generation Colt New Frontier Single

Features the blue and case colored finish with silver medallion walnut grips, target sights, flat top frame. There are some striations on cylinder and some high edge wear; still retains 98% of the brilliant blue and case colors. Fine bore and action.

Lot: 906 - (M) Exquisite Cased Pair of Factory Engraved

Both guns feature Nitre blue finish with case colored frame. Engraved on barrel, frame, cylinder, trigger guard and backstrap. Numbered "1" and "2" in gold as a matched set. They have full checkered walnut grips with gold Beretta medallions. Left

Lot: 907 - (M) Boxed U.S. Firearms Mfg. Co. SAA Revolver.

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: 908 - (C) Remington Model 1911 U.S. Army Semi-Automatic

Manufactured November 1918. Left side of frame stamped "UNITED STATES PROPERTY", "E.E.C. November 1918" (Edmund E. Chapman) and eagle head. Left trigger bow stamped "E". Right side of frame is stamped "No. 6084" and "27" on right trigger bow.

Lot: 909 - (M) Boxed U.S. Firearms Mfg. Co. SAA Revolver.

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: 910 - (C) Boxed Colt Camp Perry Model .22 Single Shot

The barrel and so-called cylinder block is one continuous piece and measures all the way to the breech, swinging to the left for loading. Features high adjustable target front sight, non-glare flat top frame, adjustable target rear sight, blued

Lot: 911 - (C) Boxed Colt Model 1908 Semi-Automatic Pistol

This is a fine, high polish rich blue finish pistol that has seen little to no use. Near new inside and out; there is a hit of thinning at bottom of rear backstrap, touch of muzzle wear, 99.9% original blue. Comes with proper stamped two tone,

Lot: 912 - (C) Colt Sheriff's Model Single Action Army

Manufactured in 1900. This beautiful little Colt Sheriff's Model features six shot, blue and case colored finish, beautifully aged ivory grips, two line patent date on frame and two line address on right side of barrel. Barrel and cylinder are a

Lot: 913 - (C) Nazi Marked Mauser S/42 Luger P.08

Manufactured for the German military by Mauser. This is a 1937 chamber date code S/42. 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: 914 - (C) Nazi Marked 42 Dated Mauser byf Luger P.08

Manufactured for the German military by Mauser. 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

Lot: 915 - (C) Nazi Marked German Mauser 42 Code 1939 Dated

Manufactured for the German military by Mauser. This is the 1939 chamber date with a "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

Lot: 916 - (C) Nazi Marked Mauser 1940 Dated 42 Code Luger

Manufactured for the German military by Mauser. The 1940 dated 42 code Lugers are one of the scarcer of the World War II era. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked

Lot: 917 - (C) Colt Model 1902 Military Semi-Automatic Pistol

This is a standard issue Military Model with square butt and lanyard ring (not issued to military; commercial production). Features blued finish, Colt logo black composite grips and case colored spur hammer. This gun retains approximately 75% of the

Lot: 918 - (C) U.S. Colt Model 1902 Double Action Revolver.

Between 1900 and 1901 approximately 4,600 Colt Model 1878 double action revolvers were manufactured for the U.S. Military for use in the Philippines. Their distinguishing characteristics include the 6" barrel instead of 5-1/2", oversized trigger

Lot: 919 - (C) Colt Model 1911 Commercial Semi-Automatic

Offered is a standard 1917 manufactured Commercial with the exception that the name "H.D. BASSETT" was stamped on right side of frame, professionally done, in a semi-circular inscription that follows the contour of the trigger guard cut-out. All

Lot: 920 - (C) Remington Rand Model 1911A1 U.S. Army

Standard mid-war features "FJA" inspector stamp for Frank Atwood on left side of frame. Right side of frame is stamped with "UNITED STATES PROPOERTY M1911A1 US ARMY" with Ordnance wheel. "P" near magazine release and on top of barrel. Features short

Lot: 921 - (C) Scarce Colt Model 1900 Commercial Sporting

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 has been factory converted to the standard 1902 rear sight. Slide has the front slide

Lot: 922 - (C) WWII Nazi German Marked P.38 Commercial

This is an interesting gun in that it started out as a just pre-war commercial production P.38 that was then eagle 359 inspected. This gun also has what appears to be part of an East German sunburst proof on the left side of the frame. High luster

Lot: 923 - (M) Factory "B" Engraved Colt Single Action Army

Manufactured 1998. Finished in the blue and case colors with black composite eagle grips. Has Class B factory engraving on cylinder, barrel, hammer, backstrap and trigger guard. Gun appears to be as new inside and out, unfired in original box.

Lot: 924 - (M) Semmerling LM4 High Polish Blue Slide Action

Less than 600 LM4 pistols were manufactured between 1977 and 1982. At the time, it was the smallest .45 ACP repeater available with a four shot magazine, slide was worked manually, extremely high quality and hand-fitted. This example sports the high

Lot: 925 - (C) Cased & Engraved Colt New Frontier Single

Manufactured 1964. Revolver is in as new, unfired condition, blue and case colored with gold medallion two piece walnut grips, flat top target and adjustable sights. Shows lovely scroll factory engraving on barrel, frame, cylinder, trigger guard and

Lot: 926 - (C) F. Neumann Spezial Modell Centrum German

This is a unique pistol in high condition. Retains 90% strong vibrant case colors on the receiver with clear sharp markings. Case colors are present but slightly worn on the triggerguard and grip strap. Double set triggers. Barrel retains 90% blue

Lot: 927 - (C) U.S. Remington Rand Model 1911A1

Standard issue mid-war with all standard features including: slide stamped "REMINGTON RAND", left side of frame has the "FJA" Frank Atwood inspector stamp, "P" at magazine release, light Ordnance wheel on left side with "UNITED STATES PROPRTY M1911A1

Lot: 928 - (C) Factory Nickel Colt Model 1908 .380 Hammerless

The Model 1908 .380 pistol was numbered in its own serial range with a total of 138,009 manufactured between 1908 and 1945. Factory nickel plating constitutes a very small percentage of total production, with this example being in excellent condition

Lot: 929 - (C) High Condition Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammer

This late model features rear slide serrations, case colored spur hammer, round butt, and factory blue finish. There is high edge wear at the muzzle and some scattered wear on straps. Still retains 90% or better original factory blue with bright case

Lot: 930 - (C) Scarce Walther AC 41 Nazi German P.38 Pistol

Gun retains 95%+ original high luster finish overall with some light handling marks. All markings are clear. All numbers are matching including the magazine. Black plastic grips have numerous dings and scratches. Grips don't fit perfectly. Bore is

Lot: 931 - (C) Near New Pre-War Colt Bankers Special Double

This revolver shows no signs of having ever been fired, with blue still on the muzzle, no firing ring on backplate and no visible muzzle wear. No signs of raw metal anywhere. Grips are like brand new. Locks up tight as new. At least 98% or better

Lot: 932 - (C) Colt New Service Target .455 Double Action

Manufactured 1915. During the time of manufacture, these hand-fitted and polished flat top target Colts were the most expensive gun in the Colt catalog. These were beautifully built behemoth revolvers. The English rules did not allow adjustable

Lot: 933 - (C) Webley 1896 WG Target Model Double Action

Gun retains 65% original finish overall with some normal wear and handling marks, small areas of light pitting. Bore is fine with strong rifling. All markings are clear. Fine mechanical function. Checkered wood grips are good showing some wear.

Lot: 934 - (C) Colt Camp Perry Single Shot Target Pistol

Approximately 2,488 manufactured from 1920-41. Features swing-out barrel with attached chamber, matted flat top, target adjustable front and rear sights, blued finish, single shot and silver medallion checkered walnut grips. This second year

Lot: 935 - (C) Pre-War Colt Bankers Special Double Action

Features six shot, double action, blued finish, bobbed hammer and silver medallion checkered walnut grips on round frame. Gun has light drag line, otherwise retains 99% of the original factory blue finish. Near mint grips. Near new condition inside

Lot: 936 - (M) Rare Smith & Wesson Model 39-2 ASP

Custom made handgun designed and built by Paris Theodore, owner of Seventrees, Ltd., a custom gun leather shop in New York City from the early 1970s to 1987. The ASP was a reworked Smith & Wesson Model 39 or 39-2, employing a shortened slide; a

Lot: 937 - (C) Webley & Scott Self Loading 455 Mark I British

Gun retains 70% blue overall with a few minor areas of light pitting. All markings are clear. Good British military proofs. These guns were adopted by the Royal Navy in 1912 as the first automatic pistol in British service, also adopted by the Royal

Lot: 938 - (C) Colt Model 1908 Pocket Hammerless

In the book entitled "The Colt Pocket Hammerless Automatic Pistols II" by John Brunner there is an entire chapter devoted the Shanghai Police Model 1908. This pistol was assembled in 1932. The Shanghai Police ordered this model from 1925 to 1938.

Lot: 939 - (C) Nazi Marked German Mauser P.08 1936 Dated S/42

Manufactured for the German military by Mauser. This is a 1936 chamber date code S/42. 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: 940 - (C) Nazi Marked German Mauser P.08 Luger 1937

Manufactured for the German military by Mauser. This is a 1937 chamber date code S/42. Tis is the second variation with all blue parts. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb

Lot: 941 - (C) Colt Model 1911A1 U.S. Army Semi-Automatic

This early Colt Army was inspected Waldemar S. Broberg; his initials in a rectangle are stamped on left side of frame. He inspected Colts from June 1941 to June 1942. The serial number matches on both slide and frame. Features checkered slide stop,

Lot: 942 - (C) Swiss Waffenfabrik Bern Model 06/29

This is one of the military model 06/29 Swiss Bern lugers. This one was made in 1943 and retains approximately 90% of the original factory applied finish. Features include Round barrel, Inverted V front sight U notch rear sight Grip safety, black

Lot: 943 - (C) Nazi Marked German Mauser byf P.08 Luger

Manufactured for the German military by Mauser. This is a 41 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: 944 - (C) Police Double Date Luger Semi-Automatic

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken Co. 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

Lot: 945 - (C) Italian Royal Navy Beretta Model 1931

This pistol was issued to the Italian Royal Navy circa 1931-32. Approximately 3,000 were delivered. Left side of the frame has the Italian "BF" and shield proofs. Smooth walnut grips have the "RMF" and anchor on both sides. Matching serial numbers on

Lot: 946 - (M) Boxed Set Colt Model 1911 Government Model

This Colt is factory nickel with silver medallion checkered walnut grips and is in as new condition inside and out with a couple of minor storage rubs. Appears to have never been fired. Serial number on gun matches the original box with paperwork,

Lot: 947 - (C) Colt Commander .38 Super Semi-Automatic Pistol

Gun (A) is a Colt Commander comes in a period box not correct for this gun. This pistol was manufactured 1959. Features bobbed hammer, blued finish and non-checkered silver medallion walnut grips. Slide retains 99% original blue. Blued alloy frame

Lot: 948 - (M) Boxed Colt Model 1911A1 Series 70 .38 Super

Manufactured 1978. For all intents and purposes, this pistol is as new, unfired with blued finish and Colt medallion checkered wood grips. Comes in original Styrofoam and box with original paperwork and hang tag. Matching serial number on box. As new

Lot: 949 - (C) Early Near New High Polish Colt Army Special

Gun writers seldom get excited about a Colt Army Special but this example jumps off the page. Standard features includes six shot, double action, royal high polish Pre-World War I Colt blue finish, fire blued small parts and exquisite diamond

Lot: 950 - (C) Cased Pair of British Proofed Colt 3rd Model

The Third Model Deringer is often referred to as the Thuer Model. Both of these pistols have British proof marks under the barrel as they were cased and sold in London. In addition, the side of the frame is stamped with numbers "K68" and "K69". Both

Lot: 951 - (C) Boxed Colt Model 1903 Pistol (1920).

This pistol has some light edge muzzle wear and some storage marks. We would safely rate 95% Colt factory original blue. Sports a gorgeous pair of Colt medallion thick, real Mother of Pearl grips that show the purples and greens in near mint

Lot: 952 - (C) Cased Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammer

Offered is a nice, early so-called High Polish Model 1903 famed for its Colt royal blue finish with Nitre blue small screws and rounded case colored hammer with Colt logo black composite grips. Magazine base is high polish blue with no stamp. This

Lot: 953 - (C) Colt Model 1917 Civilian Model Double Action

Standard features include six shot, double action, blued finish, fixed sights and silver medallion checkered walnut grips. This revolver shows a hint of high edge wear at muzzle, a light drag line and a bit of thinning on straps. Retains 98% original

Lot: 954 - (C) Lovely Colt Model 1877 Thunderer 6" Double

This revolver features blued and case colored finish, six shot, double action and Colt black gutta percha bird's head grips. The blue on barrel, housing, cylinder and straps remains at approximately 75%. The barrel shows the typical late striations

Lot: 955 - (C) Cased Colt Nickel Model 1903 Semi-Automatic

Remains in near new condition inside and out retaining nearly all of its factory nickel finish with razor sharp legends and just usual storage marks. Sports a pair of thick Mother of Pearl grips. Nickel magazine stamped "CAL 32 COLT". Fine bore and

Lot: 956 - (C) Colt Model 1903 Semi-Automatic Pistol (1919).

This wonderful pistol retains 98% Colt factory blue with just a hint of high edge wear. Razor sharp markings. Excellent to near mint Colt black composite grips. Properly stamped two tone magazine. Comes in its original matching number box with proper

Lot: 957 - (C) Red Picture Box Pre-War Smith & Wesson K-22

Made from 1931 to 1940. Referred to as the "k-22 Outdoorsman First Model" it is a six shot, double action with high polish factory blue finish, pinned barrel, recessed cylinder, round frame, target adjustable rear sight, white dot front sight, fully

Lot: 958 - (C) Nazi Marked 42 Date 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: 959 - (C) Cased 1900 Commercial Luger Semi-Automatic

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. for commercial sales in the United States and elsewhere. This is known as the 1900 Commercial Luger. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight

Lot: 960 - (M) Boxed U.S. Firearms Factory Engraved Single

This company operated under the old Colt blue dome in Hartford, Connecticut turning out some of the finest finished Colt Single Action Armies ever produced. This is one of the few factory engraved, blued and case colored revolvers that they made.

Lot: 961 - (M) Boxed U.S. Firearms Mfg. Co. SAA Revolver.

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: 962 - (M) Boxed U.S. Firearms Mfg. Co. SAA Revolver.

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: 963 - (C) Boxed Colt Model 1903 Semi-Automatic Pistol

This pistol is in near new condition inside and out, retaining 99.9% original factory blue with near mint silver medallion checkered walnut grips. On the right front slide, there is one 1/8" age spot. Comes in a proper period box with proper end

Lot: 964 - (C) Near New Boxed Colt Model 1903 Semi-Automatic

This beautiful pistol has a hint of high edge slide muzzle wear, otherwise retains virtually all of its original Colt factory blue finish. Features blued finish with Colt hard rubber composition grips. Near new inside and out. Comes in an original

Lot: 965 - (C) Inscribed U.S. Springfield Model 1911

This scarce World War I pistol was inscribed on right side of slide "MAJOR ELMER P. KUHN 18th PA. INF. NG" along with Springfield eagle. Left side of frame has the Ordnance bomb. All proper small checkered parts including wide spur trigger and smooth

Lot: 966 - (C) Fine Condition High Polish Colt British New

Built in Hartford and shipped to Great Britain in 1914 at the start of the Great War. Inscribed to Capt. Dickson of the 6th Gordon Highlanders on backstrap. Exhibits high polish commercial finish that Colt was famous for at the time. In typical

Lot: 967 - (C) Colt Model 1911 Augusta Arsenal WWII Rebuild

Offered is a typical World War II rebuild using parts from assorted World War I surplus or returned pistols. This one features a Remington UMC slide; right side of slide is readable while left side is only partially readable. Left side of frame has

Lot: 968 - (M) Sig Sauer Model P210 Legend Semi-Automatic

Manufactured 2011-14. Has the black Nitron finish, eight shot magazine, special ebony smooth grips, adjustable target rear sight. Near new inside and out.Barrel Length: 4 - 1/2"Caliber/Bore: 9mmFFL Status: ModernManufacturer: Sig SauerModel:

Lot: 969 - (M) ASP Custom Smith & Wesson Model 39-2

Armament Systems & Procedures Company of Appleton, Wisconsin built these custom compact pistols with the Smith & Wesson 39-2 as the basis. They featured see-through grips with a cut-away magazine, making cartridges visible. It is Teflon

Lot: 970 - (C) Nazi Marked FN Browning Hi-Power

Offered is the now-familiar Browning Hi-Power made at Fabrique Nationale in Belgium during the Nazi occupation. Matching numbers on slide barrel and frame. Blued finish and checkered walnut grips. You will find Waffenamt stamps on the left side of

Lot: 971 - (C) Nazi Marked FN Browning Hi-Power

Offered is the now-familiar Browning Hi-Power made at Fabrique Nationale in Belgium during the Nazi occupation. Matching numbers on slide barrel and frame. Blued finish and checkered walnut grips. You will find Waffenamt stamps on the left side of

Lot: 972 - (C) Boxed Colt New Service .38 Special Double

Features full blued finish, six shot, double action and silver medallion diamond checkered walnut grips. Gun has a minor hint of muzzle wear. 99.9% near new inside and out. This gun is pack with original drying grease and needs to be boiled out as

Lot: 973 - (C) Boxed Colt Model 1903 Semi-Automatic Pistol

This pistol is in near new condition inside and out with 99.9% original factory blue with only a couple of very minor storage marks on slide. As new inside. Has a mint two tone, tempered magazine. Comes with a proper era box, not numbered and lid

Lot: 974 - (C) Nazi Marked German Fabrique Nationale Hi-Power

Offered is the now-familiar Browning Hi-Power made at Fabrique Nationale in Belgium during the Nazi occupation. Matching numbers on slide barrel and frame. Blued finish and checkered walnut grips. You will find Waffenamt stamps on the left side of

Lot: 975 - (C) German DWM Artillery Luger 1917 Dated

Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, eight position adjustable rear sight at rear of barrel, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADN", center toggle link marked "DWM" in

Lot: 976 - (C) Nazi Marked German Mauser byf Luger P.08

Manufactured for the German military by Mauser. 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

Lot: 977 - (C) U.S. Remington Model 1911A1 Army

Standard mid-war issue Remington Rand that features matte parkerized factory finish, brown composition Keyes star grips, checkered non-spur hammer, short checkered trigger, serrated arched mainspring housing with loop, serrated slide stop, checkered

Lot: 978 - (A) Antique Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action

Manufactured 1882. Chambered for the 38-40 (38 WCF) cartridge this full octagon full magazine model 1873 has crescent butt and two piece American walnut stocks. Mounted with a Beech folding front sight and a period replacement fixed rear sight. Third

Lot: 980 - (A) Small Bore .22 Long Winchester Model 1873

Features full octagon barrel with full length magazine, blue and case colored finish and two piece varnished walnut stocks with crescent buttplate. The .22 rimfire Model 1873 Winchester was the first successful endeavor of a repeating rifle in the

Lot: 981 - (A) Antique Winchester Model 1894 .38-55 Caliber

Features round barrel, full magazine and crescent butt. This fine rifle was produced at the height of Winchesters demand. The 1894 was the newest and finest repeater produced and available in big bore cartridges like this .38-55 caliber. Very fine

Lot: 982 - (A) Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Musket

Features round blued barrel, traditional musket pattern rear sight, blued receiver and small parts, and two piece walnut stocks. These Musket Model 1873 Winchesters were sold extensively in South America and numerous contracts in Europe. According to

Lot: 983 - (A) U.S. Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Carbine.

This is a standard U.S. issue Saddle Ring Carbine. Standard blued 1884 Buffington rear sight, original saddle ring bar and ring, serrated trigger, and single band. Buttplate with trap door and marked "US". Casehardened block is stamped “U.S. /

Lot: 984 - (A) Antique Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action

Features round barrel with sporting front sight, elevator adjustable rear sight and Winchester two line barrel address on barrel top; chamber marked "38 WCF", two piece straight grained American walnut stocks with crescent butt with trap for cleaning

Lot: 985 - (M) Ballard Arms A1 Long Range Rifle.

Newly made in Cody, Wyoming, this beautiful rifle remains in near new condition inside and out. Features half octagon to round blued barrel, globe front sight, tang long range rear sight, drilled and tapped for a long range tube scope, beautiful

Lot: 986 - (A) Marlin Model 1889 Lever Action Rifle (1893).

This is just a standard Model 1889 with lots of condition. The octagon barrel and tube retain 95% or better of their original factory blue finish with razor sharp edges and legends. Forend cap retains 75% of the high polish blue. Frame retains 85-90%

Lot: 987 - (A) Winchester 3rd Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle.

Manufactured in 1885. This is a third model 1873 Winchester. Features include; Round barrel with full length tubular magazine. Rocky mountain front sight and factory rear adjustable sight. Blued lever action with original dust cover. Case color lever

Lot: 988 - (A) Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle.

Manufactured in 1897. This is a third model 1873 Winchester in 22 short. Features include; Octagonal barrel with full length tubular magazine. Factory front and rear adjustable sights. Blued lever action with original dust cover. Case color lever and

Lot: 989 - (A) Springfield Model 1896 Krag Saddle Ring

Gun retains a pleasing patina overall with some light surface rust and minor pitting. Markings are clear. Good mechanical function. Nice 1897 dated cartouche. Circle P proof behind trigger guard. Proper "C" marked rear sight. Wood is very good

Lot: 990 - (A) Fine Contemporary Flintlock Kentucky Rifle by

Two-stage browned steel smoothbore barrel, top flat signed "W. Watson 1989" in script. Wayne Watson is a renowned contemporary maker who made all of the rifles for the film "The Last of the Mohicans", including the rifle for Daniel Day Lewis! Flat

Lot: 991 - (A) Unmarked Indian Frontier Rifle Display with

This early, mid-19th century display features an unmarked percussion half stock Plains style sporting rifle in .38 caliber with full octagon barrel, pewter forend tip, double set triggers, and decorative brass trigger guard and buttplate. Right side

Lot: 992 - (A) Winchester Model 1873 30" Barrel Lever Action

This Second Model 1873 is an obvious special order rifle with a very uncommon special order barrel length. Rifle appears to have been originally shipped with a factory saddle ring stud on left rear of receiver. This has been period removed and filled

Lot: 993 - (A) Winchester 1873 3rd Model Saddle Ring Carbine.

This classic 1896 manufactured Saddle Ring Carbine with the standard 20" barrel has a rifle pattern buttstock with crescent butt and provision for cleaning rod. This carbine shows evidence of possible Native American Indian usage with a modified

Lot: 994 - (A) Rare & Early Sharps-Remington-Lee Model 1879

There were only about 300 of these early 1879 rifles had actions made by Sharps for the U.S. Navy. Prior to Sharps shutting down in 1880, they had only completed 300 actions, which were turned over to E. Remington & Sons for completion. This

Lot: 995 - (A) Rare Springfield Model 1886 Experimental

Approximately 1,000 of these were manufactured in 1886 and almost all of them were sent to active duty cavalry troops in the American West, according to records. Features a Buffington type 1884 rear sight properly marked "XC" on leaf, compartment in

Lot: 996 - (A) Rare U.S. Model 1861 Whitney "Manton" Marked

According to Flayderman, well under 2,000 of these muskets were made between 1862 and 1863. These were second-class arms of lesser quality and Whitney used the name "Manton", to associate them with this well-known English gunmaker, who made high

Lot: 997 - (A) Remington Model 1867 Navy Rolling Block

The Model 1867 Navy carbine was the first new longarm adopted by the U.S. after the Civil War. There were 5,000 ordered and they were delivered in nine shipments between 1868 and 1869. In 1879, the Navy sold 4,000 of them to a New York Arms Dealer

Lot: 998 - (A) Rare Remington-Lee Model 1882 U.S. Army Bolt

There were only about 770 of these made for the U.S. Army. Round blued steel barrel retained by two bands, breech stamped "U.S. / V / P." and "D.F.C." for inspector David F. Clark. Front sight/bayonet lug and adjustable rear sight graduated from

Lot: 999 - (A) Rare U.S. Springfield Model 1871 Ward-Burton

There were 1,011 of these early bolt action mechanism rifles made in 1871 at Springfield. This was one of the earliest bolt action rifles that was put into service by the U.S. government. Finished in the white, except for action, which was case

Lot: 1000 - (A) U.S. Springfield Model 1898 Krag Saddle Ring

Gun retains a pleasing patina overall. There are some minor dings and a few small areas of very light pitting. All markings are clear. Fine mechanical function. Clear 1898 dated cartouche. Proper "C" marked rear sight. Stock is very good showing wear

Lot: 1001 - (A) Rare and Desirable Triplett & Scott Repeating

Manufactured late 1864. 30" round barrel with fixed blade front sight and ladder adjustable rear sight. Two piece American walnut stocks with military steel butt plate and two sling swivels attached at heel and toe of butt. Chambered for the .50

Lot: 1002 - (A) U.S. Springfield Model 1847 Percussion Cavalry

Only between 5,800 and 6,700 of these carbines were manufactured. They were generally disliked and eventually discontinued. Because they were smoothbore, they had limited accuracy, and because of the large caliber, they had heavy recoil. The sights

Lot: 1003 - (A) Fine Winchester Model 1873 third Model .44

Standered features include: full octagon barrel, full magazine, blue finish, case colored hammer and lever, walnut stocks with rifle buttplate. Barrel has razor sharp legends and retain about 90% factory blue, albeit, light patina is starting to show

Lot: 1004 - (A) Winchester Model 1892 Deluxe Takedown Lever

Winchester 1892 deluxe takedown manufactured in 1893. Features include octagonal barrel with factory adjustable front and rear sights. Full length tubular magazine with takedown lever. Takedown lever action. Highly figured walnut stocks with metal

Lot: 1005 - (A) U.S. Model 1888 Springfield "Ramrod Bayonet"

A total of about 65,000 of this model were manufactured between 1889 and 1893. Blued barrel with all correct proofs at breech and 1884 Buffington rear sight. Casehardened block is stamped "U.S. MODEL 1884". Lockplate is stamped with a large eagle and

Lot: 1006 - (A) Winchester 1876 Lever Action Rifle (1881).

This special order rifle has a half round-half octagon barrel with traditional two line Winchester barrel address and is chamber marked "CAL .45-60". Blue finish overall with two piece standard walnut stocks, 1876 marked ladder sight (missing

Lot: 1007 - (A) U.S. Model 1861 Rifle Musket by Springfield

This above average example features a round rifled barrel with bayonet lug/front sight mounted on top near muzzle and blued two leaf rear sight. Faceted breech stamped "1862" on top and left side stamped "V / P / (eagle's head)". Flat percussion

Lot: 1008 - (A) High Condition U.S. Springfield Model 1879

There were about 160,000 made between 1879 and 1885. Blued rifled steel barrel with "V/P" and eagle head proof near breech. Casehardened breech block is stamped "U.S. MODEL 1873". Flat blued lockplate is stamped with a large eagle and "U.S.

Lot: 1009 - (A) Antique Winchester Model 1886 Rifle (1889).

Features round barrel, sporting front sight, elevator adjustable rear semi-buckhorn sight, full magazine and two piece walnut stocks with crescent butt. Nice antique rifle chambered for the .45-90 cartridge. This is a very pleasant Northwest used

Lot: 1010 - (A) 1st Model Winchester 1873 Trapper Carbine with

This Saddle Ring Carbine was manufactured 1877 with thumbprint dustcover, 18" barrel, two line Winchester address, two position 500 yard rear sight and two piece walnut stocks with traditional carbine buttplate. One piece First Model carbine front

Lot: 1011 - (A) U.S. Model 1873 Trapdoor Cadet Rifle by

A total of about 73,000 Model 1873 types were made between 1873 and 1877. Blued, round rifled steel barrel with small V / P/ (eagles head) on left side near breech. Fitted with correct four-step Cadet ramp sight. Breech block stamped "MODEL / 1873 /

Lot: 1012 - (A) Scarce Remington-Lee Model 1879 U.S. Navy Bolt

There were only about 700 of these made for the U.S. Navy. Round blued steel barrel retained by two bands, breech stamped "P / W.M.F. / (anchor)" for inspector William M. Folger. Front sight/bayonet lug and adjustable rear sight graduated to 1,200

Lot: 1013 - (A) U.S. Springfield Model 1869 Trapdoor Cadet

Manufactured by Springfield between 1869 and 1876 with about 3,422 made. Round rifled steel barrel finished bright, and serial numbered to match blued block marked "1870 / eagle / U.S." Model 1868 type rear sight and smaller steel furniture finished

Lot: 1014 - (A) Sharps & Hankins Model 1862 Navy Type Breech

Made between 1862 and 1865 with a quantity of about 8,000 made; only 6,686 were for Navy purchase. Round steel barrel with leather covering secured by two screws at breech. These were believed to have seen extensive Naval use on various vessels,

Lot: 1015 - (A) High Condition U.S. Springfield Model 1884

There were 232,500 made between 1886 and 1891. Blued rifled steel barrel with "V/P" and eagle head proof near breech. Casehardened breech block is stamped "U.S. MODEL 1884". Flat blued lockplate is stamped with a large eagle and "U.S. SPRINGFIELD.".

Lot: 1016 - (A) U.S. Model 1819 Hall Breechloading Percussion

Harper's Ferry Arsenal second production type, altered to percussion when the arsenal's rifle production began to focus on the later 1841 Hall rifles. The rifle features a round rifled steel barrel with browned finish. Blued breech block stamped at

Lot: 1017 - (A) U.S. Model 1863 Percussion Rifle Musket by

This fine example features a round rifled barrel with bayonet lug/front sight mounted on top near muzzle and blued two leaf rear sight. Faceted breech stamped "1863" on top and left side stamped "V / P / (eagle's head)". Flat case hardened percussion

Lot: 1018 - (A) U.S. Model 1888 Trapdoor "Ramrod Bayonet"

A total of about 65,000 of this model were manufactured between 1889 and 1893. Blued barrel with all correct proofs at breech and 1884 Buffington rear sight. Casehardened block is stamped "U.S. MODEL 1884". Lockplate is stamped with a large eagle and

Lot: 1019 - (A) Springfield Model 1884 Percussion Trapdoor

There were 232,500 made between 1886 and 1891. Blued rifled steel barrel with "V/P" and eagle head proof near breech. Casehardened breech block is stamped "U.S. MODEL 1884". Flat blued lockplate is stamped with a large eagle and "U.S. SPRINGFIELD.".

Lot: 1020 - (A) Martin Ballard No. 2 Sporting Rifle.

This is the third and final style No. 2 Ballard sporting rifle. This rifle features full octagon blued barrel, Rocky Mountain front sight, sporting rear sight, factory nickel plated falling block action, modern tang sight, walnut forend with slight

Lot: 1021 - (A) Marlin 1893 Lever Action Rifle.

Manufactured in 1884. Features include blue octagonal barrel with full length tubular magazine. Rocky mountain front sight, adjustable factory rear sight and a Marbles tang sight. Case color leaver action and lever. Blue hammer, butt plate and

Lot: 1022 - (A) Remington No. 1 Rolling Block Light Baby

A few thousand estimated to have been made between 1885 and 1910. This example, with a 20% barrel is scarce and worth a premium. Blued round barrel with front sight and small rear sight for 100, 300, and 500 yards. Casehardened action with ring bar

Lot: 1023 - (A) Winchester Model 1894 Takedown Lever Action

This take down rifle was manufactured in 1895. Blue round barrel with Lyman adjustable front sight and three piece express rear sight. Full length tubular magazine with takedown lever. Good bore with strong lands and grooves. Blue lever action. Case

Lot: 1024 - (A) 1883 Spencer Fire Escape Box with Dixon Arrow

One of the most unusual items we have seen offered. Manufactured by the New England Pat, Fire Escape Co. The Spencer fire escape, basically an oversized line throwing device made so one could shoot a line over a building allowing the trapped

Lot: 1025 - (A) U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock Musket by Wickham of

Cataloged in 1918 as part of the Emmor K. Adams collection, it is described on page 28, as number 282. The description states that it was carried in the Mexican War by an uncle of Charles Fretz, of Doylestown, Pennsylvania, who sold the musket to

Lot: 1026 - (A) Fullstock Percussion Kentucky Rifle by Samuel

According to "The Longrifles of Western Pennsylvania" by Richard Rosenberger and Charles Kaufmann, Samuel McCosh was born in 1796 and died in 1868. He worked in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania between 1826 and 1830, then in Nottingham

Lot: 1027 - (A) Half Stock Percussion Rifle Stamped J. Henry &

Plain half stock American rifle made by J. Henry & Sons fitting the profile of the rifles offered to the Indian nation at Fort Laramie in 1868 as a result of a treaty action with the United States government. Octagonal rifled barrel with sights,

Lot: 1028 - (A) Heavy Barreled Half Stock Percussion Plains

Heavy rifled octagonal steel barrel with steel under rib and patent breech with long tang, buckhorn rear sight and German silver front blade sight. Flat stamp engraved percussion lockplate. Features double set triggers and iron furniture. Walnut

Lot: 1029 - (A) Joslyn Breech Loading Rifle by Springfield.

A total quantity of 3,007 of these rifles were made in 1865 by Springfield Armory. The actions were supplied by Joslyn Firearms Company to Springfield Armory where they were assembled on newly made Infantry rifles made specifically for this action.

Lot: 1030 - (A) U.S. Springfield Model 1871 Rolling Block U.S.

A total of about 10,000 Model 1871 rifles and carbines were made by Springfield between 1871 and 1872 on royalty agreement with Remington. This rifle features a bright round rifled steel barrel with front sight/bayonet lug and flip-up 900 yard blued

Lot: 1031 - (A) Rare U.S. Springfield Model 1880 Trapdoor

Only 1,001 made around 1880 with a similar configuration to the Model 1879, other than the sliding triangular combination ramrod-bayonet fitted at the muzzle. This model was made for trial by government troops and was the first trapdoor model to use

Lot: 1032 - (A) Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action .32 Rifle

This is a standard Third Model that features a full octagon barrel, full magazine, sporting sights, blue finish, walnut stocks and rifle butt. The barrel and tube are a homogeneous blend of blue and soft patina, with razor sharp legends and some

Lot: 1033 - (A) Remington Number 2 Sporting Rifle.

Manufactured 1873 through 1910. Chambered for the .38 Rim Fire cartridge . 28 inch octagon barrel with sporting blade front sight and elevator adjustable sporting rear sight. Two piece American walnut stocks with steel rounded butt plate and small

Lot: 1034 - (A) Remington Single Shot Breech Loading "Split

Manufactured 1864 to 1866. This is one of Remington's earlier production long arms chambered for the metallic cartridge. It is also the last type arm supplied to the Union Government on contract prior to the end of the Civil War. This carbine has the

Lot: 1035 - (A) Miniature Flintlock Musket of British Actress

This is a miniature Brown Bess style musket of cadet proportions, inscribed to famous English actress and director Lucia Vestris. Tapered steel barrel engraved on top "FRO J.P. ORN", bayonet lug on top, near muzzle. Flat lockplate marked "W. Parker"

Lot: 1036 - (A) W. Oschatz Büchsenmacher Potsdam Rifle.

German Rook Rifle or garden gun. Features include; Blued octagonal barrel with ramp front sight and dovetailed adjustable rear sight. Rear sight is an aftermarket and is dovetailed threw the barrel address. Barrel is threaded for a Maxim silencer.

Lot: 1037 - (A) Navy Arms Parker-Hale Whitworth Percussion

These were made in Italy and hand finished in London to near exact specifications of the originals. They are the most accurate and highest quality, hand finished, Civil War period reproductions made in modern times. Features a round blued and

Lot: 1038 - (A) Winchester Model 1873 Rifle with Northern

This antique Winchester 1873 has been period decorated in a totem pole fashion. The stocks are heavily carved with the depiction of Indian gods with sea shell eyes. This rifle has seen extensive use and was obviously exposed to the elements. The

Lot: 1039 - (A) Colt Burgess Model Saddle Ring Carbine

Approximately 1,621 carbines were manufactured during these three years. Features full round barrel, full magazine, double bands, post front sight, ladder rear sight, blued finish, walnut stocks, carbine butt, and saddle ring and stud. All metal is a

Lot: 1040 - (A) New Jersey Marked Colt's Patent U.S. Model

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: 1041 - (A) Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle.

Manufactured in 1890, this Winchester has a fully octagonal barrel, a modified horn front sight and replaced rear ramp sight. It has a full length tube magazine and plain walnut two piece stock with rifle butt. The rifle is in fair condition showing

Lot: 1042 - (A) Holland & Holland Hammerless Top Lever

25" Octagon barrel with express rear, and gold bead front sights, has top flat matted. Right side is engraved "Holland & Holland 98 New Bond St London." and ".295 SEMISMOOTH BORE". Top left flat has Field rifle trial information and "Patent" "No

Lot: 1043 - (A) Japanese Matchlock Rifle.

Octagonal steel barrel with cannon muzzle, brass lock and engraved furniture and inlays. Full length stock with replaced ramrod. Fair condition, barrel retains a heavy brown patina. Lock is missing some components. Piece of inlay along buttplate has

Lot: 1044 - (M) Daniel Fraser .22 Hornet Falling Block Rifle.

Features octagon to round barrel, blued finish, brass bead on ramp front sight, three lead express rear sight, case colored falling block action and lever, checkered pistol grip stock, straight comb, rollover cheek piece and an Armi San Marco black

Lot: 1045 - (A) Cased London Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion

This fine London cased set features London address on octagon barrel, stagecoach scene on British proofed cylinder with original nipples, Colt's Patent on left side of frame and excellent original varnished walnut stocks. Matching serial numbers or

Lot: 1046 - (A) Colt Model 1878 Frontier Six Shooter Double

Features six shot, double action, blued finish and Colt logo black composite bird's head grips and lanyard ring. This revolver has seen use but was well-cared for. Screws have the majority of the fire Nitre blue intact, as does trigger and back of

Lot: 1047 - (A) Lot of 2: Williamson Single Shot & Brown

Gun (A) Williamson Derringer with percussion insert and silver washed trigger guard and back strap. Mottled blue finish on barrel with a fine varnished finish on the American walnut stock. Capable of firing either .41 RF or being a percussion pistol.

Lot: 1048 - (A) Cased Webley & Sons WG Army Model Double

Left side of frame is stamped "WEBLEY SCOTT" with logo. Left side of barrel is stamped "455 476". Left side of frame is stamped "WG ARMY MODEL". Features six shot, double action, royal blue English finish and checkered walnut grips with lanyard ring.

Lot: 1049 - (A) Near New Colt Etched Panel Frontier Six

Produced during the first year for the etched panel, this nickel plated revolver appears to be in brand-new, off-the-shelf condition with perfect etched panel and sporting a pair of aged ivory grips. You will find matching serial number on frame,

Lot: 1050 - (A) Cased & Dealer Marked London Webley & Scott

Offered is a fine factory engraved Webley & Scott six shot, double action pocket revolver beautiful factory engraved. Appears to be a Webley No. 2, a very rarely seen revolver with square butt grip, as most were bird's head grips. Marked

Lot: 1051 - (A) Lot of 2: Remington Smoot #4 & Smoot New Model

Gun (A) Remington Smoot, serial number 1608, caliber .30 Rim fire with nickel finish and rosewood grips. Outstanding condition with a number of very minor light surface scratches in the nickel. Grips are excellent. Hammer is vividly case colored.

Lot: 1052 - (A) Cased Smith & Wesson Model 2 Old Army Spur

Manufactured from 1861 to 1874. Features six shot, full octagon barrel with rib, non-fluted cylinder, single action, built on a tip-up frame, spur trigger, smooth rosewood grips on square butt. This lovely revolver shows no actual signs of use.

Lot: 1053 - (A) Lot of 2: English Silver Mounted Flintlock

Comprising: A) Silver Mounted Flintlock Officer's Pistol by Wilson. Three-stage smoothbore steel screw-barrel with cannon muzzle, top of breech engraved with designs and "LONDON". English view and proof marks on left side along with "RW" for Richard

Lot: 1054 - (A) Fine Condition Colt Model 1861 Navy Percussion

A mere 38,000 of this model were manufactured and only 27,999 through the end of the Civil War, compared to 215,348 Model 1851 Navy's and over 200,000 1860 Army's; making this one of the scarcer Civil War issue Colts. This fine example retains a fine

Lot: 1055 - (A) Remington Vest Pocket Deringer.

Manufactured from 1865-1888, this is referred to as the Saw Handled Deringer. Features a 3/4" chamber, iron frame, nickel plated with rosewood grips and single shot. Retains 99% of the factory nickel with near mint grips. Factory stamp is a bit light

Lot: 1056 - (A) High Condition Unfired Smith & Wesson 1st

Manufactured 1876-77. Features round barrel with rib, top break, spur trigger, five shot, single action, factory nickel finish, case colored hammer and Smith & Wesson logo black composite grips. Matching serial number written in pencil on right

Lot: 1057 - (A) Smith & Wesson 1st Model Baby Russian .38

Manufactured 1876-77. Features round barrel with rib, top break, spur trigger, five shot, single action, factory nickel finish, case colored hammer and Smith & Wesson logo black composite grips. Matching serial number written in pencil on right

Lot: 1058 - (A) Colt Model 1848 Baby Dragoon Percussion

Manufactured between 1847-1850. Type II The Texas Ranger Indian scene on cylinder is no longer visible. The serial number is stamped on barrel, cylinder, wedge, frame, trigger guard and back strap. Five shot, single action, cylinder has oval stops,

Lot: 1059 - (A) Cased & Engraved 1st Year Production Colt

Matching serial number or partial on barrel, frame, loading lever, trigger guard, backstrap and wedge. Cylinder is a matching number excellent replacement. The excellent grips are replacement. Frame, hammer and loading lever exhibit lovely New York

Lot: 1060 - (A) Colt Civil War Model 1860 Army 3 Screw

Gun retains a pleasing patina overall with some extremely light pitting and some dings. All markings are clear. All numbers are matching including wedge. Wood grips show wear with visible cartouches on either side. Bore has strong rifling with light

Lot: 1061 - (A) Marellux Palm Pistol.

Stamped on butt "LORON JR & Cie". Engraved nickel frame, fire blue extractor, checkered walnut grips, lanyard ring on left side. 70% original nickel, 70% fire blue, 60% barrel blue. Excellent grips. Fine working order. Very unusual and ornate

Lot: 1062 - (A) Remington Model 1890 Single Action Revolver.

Approximately 2,020 were manufactured between 1891 and 1896, although production basically stopped in 1894 as only one was manufactured after that point. Features blued finish, six shot, single action with Remington logo composite grips. This rare

Lot: 1063 - (A) Colt Model 1877 Etched Panel .38 Lightning

Serial No. 21580 letters as a 2-1/2" revolver with nickel finish and rubber grips sent to B. Kittredge & Co. in Cincinnati, Ohio on August 7th, 1880 in a 50 gun shipment. The etched panel on this revolver is as brilliant as the day the gun was

Lot: 1064 - (A) Cased London Colt Model 1877 Lightning Store

Barrel has the "PALL MALL LONDON" address. Etched panel, full nickel plating; fire blue screws, back of hammer and trigger; and fully checkered rosewood grips. Gun appears to be in brand new as it walked out the door condition. 100%, no wear evident

Lot: 1065 - (A) Unfired Colt Model 1892 .41 Double Action

This was the beginning of the New Army & Navy swing-out cylinder double action revolver series that was produced from 1892 to 1907. This example was produced in the third year of production with the readily distinguished Colt gutta percha grips

Lot: 1066 - (A) Fine Cased London Proofed Colt New Line .41

Offered is a fine condition Colt etched panel New Line with five shot, single action spur trigger with London proofs on cylinder and bottom of barrel. Dealer case and marked "COGSWELL & HARRISON 142 NEW BOND ST LONDON" on backstrap as well as the

Lot: 1067 - (A) Cased Exquisite Dealer Marked Bulldog

The top strap is stamped with the London dealer "J. BLANCH & SON GRACECHURCH LONDON". Features a full round barrel, five shot, double action, non-fluted cylinder, royal blue factory finish with Nitre blue parts and checkered walnut bird's head

Lot: 1068 - (A) Smith & Wesson .44 Double Action Frontier

This is a pre-1900 model with the two line barrel address. First manufactured 1886 with a total of 15,340 made. Has the long 1-9/16" cylinder. Features six shot, double action, blued finish, case colored hammer and trigger, blued trigger guard and

Lot: 1069 - (C) Cased 1934 Maused DWM Comercial Luger

In 1930 DWM was bought out by the company that owned Mauser. From 1930 - 1934 they were using up DWM parts. This is one of the early commercial luger's that Mauser made using some DWM parts. Features include; round barrel with dovetailed inverted V

Lot: 1070 - (A) Dealer Marked & Cased Cogswell & Harrison

Features blued octagon barrel, brass frame stamped "TRANTERS PATENT", spur trigger, sevens hot, single action, fire blued hammer and walnut grips. Top of barrel is stamped "COGSWELL & HARRISON LONDON". Barrel retains 75% original blue. Cylinder

Lot: 1071 - French Flintlock Horseman's Pistol.

Long two-stage 13-3/8” tapered barrels in .58 caliber smoothbore. Flat beveled banana lock with cock repaired at neck during period of use. Lock engraved in center “CHATEAU/A MAYENNE”. Varnished walnut stock with early relief carving

Lot: 1072 - (A) High Condition Smith & Wesson New Model No. 3

The New Model No. 3 was a new catalog item in Smith & Wesson from 1878 to 1908. The .32-44 was a special round desiogned for this gun using long brass cases, with the bullet seated completely in the case. These hand guns were especially fitted

Lot: 1073 - (A) Smith & Wesson New Model No. 3 Austrialian

Factory letter states this revolver shipped to Australia with 7" barrel, nickel finish, cut for shoulder stock, and checkered black rubber grips to M. W. Robinson, New York City for export December 18th, 1881. The shipment was for 250 revolvers and

Lot: 1074 - (A) Nickel Colt Model 1878 Frontier Six Shooter

This fine revolver features full factory nickel finish, six shot, double action, lanyard ring and Colt black gutta percha grips. Matching number on frame and cylinder. Frame, barrel and ejector rod retain approximately 85% original factory nickel

Lot: 1075 - (A) Japan Shipped Smith & Wesson New Model No. 3

Factory letter states this revolver was sold to the Japanese agents Takata & Company. Shipped from the factory August 12th, 1896. The cylinder number on this gun is 29297 that is from a revolver that was in this same shipment, obviously shipped

Lot: 1076 - (A) English Brass Blunderbuss Boarding Pistol with

Three stage brass blunderbuss barrel with two English proofs on left side, near breech. Ramrod mounted with two brass ferrules on left side and triangular steel spring bayonet mounted below, engaged by pulling back on triggerguard bow. Brass

Lot: 1077 - (A) Ottoman Silver-Mounted Flintlock Pistol.

Swamped two-stage steel barrel with top panel of first section decorated with relief chiseled designs and gold koftgari accents. Front section with ornate gold damascening. Rounded lockplate with chiseled designs and gold koftgari work. Full-length

Lot: 1078 - (A) Lefaucheux Type Double Action Conversion

Features six shot, double action, round barrel, fixed sights, walnut grips and lanyard ring. This is an extremely interesting revolver in that it is either converted or specially made as a centerfire with the rear plate that is open through the

Lot: 1079 - (A) Cased French Flobert "Henry Rieger" Pistol by

Blued octagonal barrel with multigroove rifling and standard sights, top flat inscribed "Mson Lefaucheux Henry Rieger rue Vivienne 37 - Paris". Left side of breech with Liege proofs. Flobert action with polished hammer and casehardened action hang.

Lot: 1080 - (A) Lot of 2: Remington Elliot Derringers CAL .22

The Remington Elliot Derringers have a 3" stationary barrel cluster with revolving firing pin. Also known as the Remington Pepperbox. Fluted barrels with blue finish and rosewood two piece grips. Distinct double action ring trigger design. Gun (A)

Lot: 1081 - (A) Cased Colt Model 1849 Percussion Pocket

Features five shot, single action, octagon barrel, blued and case colored, plated backstrap and trigger guard and one piece walnut grips. Full or partial matching serial numbers on frame, barrel, cylinder pin, wedge, trigger guard, backstrap and

Lot: 1082 - (A) Colt Third Model Derringer & C. Sharps & Co. 4

Colt .41 RF Blue finished barrel Nickel frame with Walnut grips. Serial numbered on frame under grips with grips numbered to match. Outstanding overall condition with bright shiny bore and excellent mechanics. Over 80 % bright blue finish remains

Lot: 1083 - (A) Colt 1851 Navy Kreigsmarine Percussion

Full or partial serial number can be found stamped on the following: frame, barrel, cylinder, brass trigger guard, brass backstrap, wedge, cylinder post and loading lever. Barrel address is New York City. Cylinder scene is only slightly visible, has

Lot: 1084 - (A) Cased E.M. Reilly London Dealer Marked Sharps

This little Sharps features numerous British proofs on barrel. Top of barrel is stamped "E.M. REILLY & CO. NEW OXFORD ST. LONDON". "SHARPS PATENT" stamp on left side. Has the carved grips. 80% plating on brass frame. 90% brilliant factory blue

Lot: 1085 - (A) Cased Nickel Remington Vest Pocket Deringer

Manufactured 1865 to 1888. Finished in full factory nickel with fire blue screws and ivory grips; retaining 98% original finish. Near mint bore. Muzzle has a small dent, some flaking on hammer side plates and a couple of storage marks. Near new

Lot: 1086 - (A) Cased Pair of Colt 2nd Model Spur Trigger

Both pistols are stamped "COLT'S NO. 2" on top and have checkered bird's eye walnut grips, spur trigger, light engraving on frame. Neither have any finish and are basically grey patina. Grips are excellent. Comes in a Colt style period oak case with

Lot: 1087 - (A) U.S. Contract Remington New Model Army

Manufactured 1863 to 1875 and was a standard military issue firearm during the Civil War. Features full octagon barrel, blued finish, sig shot, single action, brass trigger guard and walnut grips. Left grip panel is inspector cartouche in rectangle

Lot: 1088 - (A) Texas Ranger Jeff E. Vaughan Smith & Wesson

Manufactured 1896. Jeff E. Vaughan enlisted with the Texas Rangers in 1912. He was 46 years old in 1933 when he enlisted for his last six-year hitch. Based in Marfa, Texas, his duties during those 20-something years were along the dangerous Mexican

Lot: 1089 - (A) Cased Engraved Colt First Model Deringer

The National Arms Company of Brooklyn, New York patented the No. 1 and No. 2 pistol in 1861 and 1863; a pioneer on the field of heavy caliber breech loading pistols firing metallic cartridges. In 1870 Colt bought out National Arms Company and brought

Lot: 1090 - (A) Cased Exquisite London Dealer Marked British

The top barrel is stamped with the London dealer "R. JONES 60 DALE ST LIVERPOOL" and top strap is stamped "BRITISH BULLDOG". Features a full round barrel, five shot, double action, non-fluted cylinder, royal blue factory finish and checkered walnut

Lot: 1091 - (A) Cased Colt Model 1849 Percussion Pocket

Revolver was manufactured in 1885. Has full or partial matching numbers on frame, barrel, loading lever, wedge, cylinder, trigger guard, backstrap. Features five shots, single action, octagon barrel. Cylinder scene has the roll engraved stagecoach

Lot: 1092 - (A) Cased Smith & Wesson Model 2 2nd Issue Single

Manufactured 1877. This phenomenal pistol with serial No. 13 appears to be in unfired condition inside and out. Serial No. 13 is stamped on the back of the cylinder, butt and barrel latch. Hammer has all the case colors. Blue trigger, latch and

Lot: 1093 - (A) Colt Model 1862 Police Percussion Pocket

Revolver has matching serial numbers or partial on frame, barrel, cylinder post, trigger guard, backstrap and back of cylinder. Standard features include round barrel, five shot rebated and fluted cylinder, blue and case colored finish, plated straps

Lot: 1094 - (A) Colt Model 1851 Navy 4th Variation Percussion

Serial No. 189756 or partial can be found stamped on the frame, trigger guard, backstrap, cylinder, base pin, barrel and wedge. The cylinder has a nearly 100% visible roll-engraved Naval scene, original nipples and all flattened safety pins. Octagon

Lot: 1095 - (A) Colt 1855 Root Model Percussion Revolver

Features full octagon barrel with Hartford address, five shot, side hammer, single action, blued finish and varnished walnut grips. Barrel retains traces of original high polish blue. Frame retains 80% original high polish blue. Grip straps retain

Lot: 1096 - (A) Martially Marked Colt Model 1851 U.S. Navy

This US marked standard 1851 Navy has full or partial matching serial number on frame, barrel, brass trigger guard, brass backstrap, wedge, loading lever, cylinder and cylinder base pin. You will find inspector stamps "K" on backstrap, cylinder. Left

Lot: 1097 - (A) Remington Model 1861 Army Revolver.

Approximately 6,000 manufactured in 1862 only. This revolver was martially inspected with a "P" and "C" on left side of frame; "PS" on left side of frame and barrel; and "SH" on cylinder. Features octagon barrel, two piece walnut grips and brass

Lot: 1098 - (A) Martially Marked Remington Beals Navy Model

Manufactured 1861-82 only with a totally quantity of 14,500. All metal surfaces lightly cleaned to a soft, grey patina with some age freckling. Visible barrel address. Brass trigger guard and two piece walnut grips with five kill notches on left

Lot: 1099 - (A) US Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver.

Manufactured 1862. Features round barrel, ratchet loader, brass trigger guard, steel backstrap, rebated cylinder, cut for shoulder stock, military inspected. The barrel is basically a soft patina with fairly sharp legends and no corrosion. Frame

Lot: 1100 - (A) Cased Remington Rider Pocket Percussion

Manufactured from 1860 to 1873 with 2,000 total made. Features blued octagon barrel, blued five shot mushroom percussion cylinder, blued frame, double action, German silver trigger guard and black checkered composite grips. Later model with pinned

Lot: 1101 - (A) 1st Year Production Colt Model 1861 Navy "Old

This exact revolver was featured in a Rampant Colt article Fall 2002 shown with its original case and accessories (no longer present). Factory letter states it was shipped to the United States Navy on October 6th, 1861. Features matching numbers or

Lot: 1102 - (A) Cased Colt New House Revolver (1883).

Features five shot, single action, spur trigger, blued finish and black logo composite grips. Barrel is etched "NEW HOUSE 41", you can read the "HOUSE" but not the "NEW". Barrel and frame retains approximately 60% original high polish blue. Cylinder

Lot: 1103 - (C) Boxed Colt Model 1903 Semi-Automatic Pistol

Aside from a touch of muzzle wear and a couple of minor age freckles, gun has 99.9% original Colt factory finish with silver medallion checkered walnut grips and properly stamped full blued magazine. As new inside. Comes in a reproduction box with

Lot: 1104 - (C) Boxed Colt Model 1903 Semi-Automatic Pistol

This pistol has seen little use; has a touch of high edge wear and small storage mark on backstrap, 99% factory original blue. Features near mint Colt logo black composite grips and proper two tone, tempered magazine. Near new inside. Comes in period

Lot: 1105 - (C) Boxed Colt Model 1908 Semi-Automatic Pistol

This fine pistol shows a hint of muzzle wear, a touch of high edge slide wear, 95% blue on front strap with some freckles, approximately the same on backstrap with some minor marks as well. Sports a near mint pair of silver medallion diamond

Lot: 1106 - (C) Boxed Smith & Wesson Model 41 Semi-Automatic

These were first produced in 1957. It is a single action Match Target pistol, ten shot with adjustable rear sight, checkered walnut grips with thumb rest and blued finish. This is an early version with the muzzle brake. Slides and barrels are not

Lot: 1107 - (A) U.S. Inspected Remington Model 1871 Army

Left side of frame bears the last patent dated of April 17th, 1866. Barrel is not stamped. The round barrel has no markings of any kind. Has what appears to be a welded-on aftermarket front sight. Left side of frame is stamped with "PS" inspector

Lot: 1108 - (A) Unfired Smith & Wesson Baby Russian 1st Model

Referred to as the First Model Baby Russian or Model No. 2 First Model. Features five shot, top break, single action, spur trigger, factory nickel finish, case colored hammer, blued barrel catch and Smith & Wesson black composite grips. Grips are

Lot: 1109 - (A) Factory Engraved & Cased Smith & Wesson No. 1

Manufactured 1868-1881. Referred to as a Third Issue with seven shot, single action and spur trigger. Factory engraved with fine Nimschke-style scroll engraving with beautiful bird's head Mother of Pearl grips. 85-90% original finish with the

Lot: 1110 - (A^) Smith & Wesson Russian No. 3 3rd Model Single

Manufactured 1874 to 1878. Print on top of rib is in English, ending in "RUSSIAN MODEL". Features round butt, walnut stocks, lanyard ring in butt, blued finish, extreme frame knuckle, trigger guard spur, medium ejector housing, forged front sight,

Lot: 1111 - (A) 1st Year Production Colt 1851 Navy Percussion

The serial number 761 can be found stamped on the frame, trigger guard, backstrap and barrel. Wedge not numbered. Loading lever is numbered 6379. No visible number on cylinder. Cylinder has all original nipples, safety pin is gone and there is no

Lot: 1112 - (A) Colt Model 1860 Army "Long Flute" Percussion

Manufactured 1861. Features round barrel, ratchet loading lever, brass trigger guard, iron backstrap and fully fluted six shot cylinder. Matching serial number or partial 5711 stamped on frame, trigger guard, backstrap, base pin, cylinder, barrel and

Lot: 1113 - (A) Colt Model 1862 Police Percussion Revolver.

Manufactured 1866. Serial number or partial stamped on the barrel, frame, base pin, cylinder, trigger guard, backstrap and wedge. It is a five shot, single action with round barrel and turret loading lever. Barrel retains flashes of bright factory

Lot: 1114 - (A) Colt Model 1860 Army Richards Conversion

This is a fairly typical Colt factory First Model Richards conversion from percussion to centerfire. The barrel was period shortened from 8" and has a razor sharp barrel address. There was a solder repair at the base at one time, it could be reshaped

Lot: 1115 - (A) Colt Cloverleaf House Model Pocket Revolver

Approximately 9,952 manufactured between 1871 and 1876. The majority of production featured four chambered cylinder. Features four shot, single action with a blued barrel and cylinder, plated brass frame, walnut bird's head grip and spur trigger.

Lot: 1116 - (A) Pipe Cased Lefaucheux Type Double Action

One of the flutes is stamped "ACIER-FONDI", French for "Crucible Steel". This small pistol consists of cylinder/barrel combination that measures 2". Blued finish with silver art deco type inlays, checkered walnut grips and folding trigger. Overall,

Lot: 1117 - (A) High Condition Massachusetts Arms Co. Pocket

These were manufactured in Chicopee Falls from 1851 to 1860, total quantity estimated at 2,500 to 3,000. This is the automatically revolved cylinder type. Features a Maynard 1845 patent priming system, an etched cylinder, round barrel, six shot,

Lot: 1118 - (A) Colt Cop-&-Thug New Police .38 Spur Trigger

It is estimated approximately 4,000 of these were manufactured between 1882 and 1886. It is numbered within the New Line and New House pistols. Has the two line Hartford address on top of barrel. Etched panel reads "NEW POLICE 38" on left side is

Lot: 1119 - (C) Mre D'Armes Model 1874 Army Double Action

Manufactured 1874 to 1886. This particular example was made in 1878, stamped on right barrel. Features six shot, fluted cylinder, blued finish, checkered walnut grips, lanyard ring, and straw colors on hammer, extractor, cylinder pin, loading gate

Lot: 1120 - (A) Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver

Full or partially matching serial numbers can be found on frame, barrel, cylinder, cylinder post, backstrap, trigger guard, loading lever and wedge. Features full octagon barrel, five shot single action, percussion one piece varnished walnut grips,

Lot: 1121 - (A) Fine Condition Colt Model 1894 Double Action

Referred to as the Model 1892 New Army & Navy Series, this revolver was manufactured 1895. Features six shot, double action, high polish blued finish and smooth walnut grips. Inspector mark "RAC" can be found on left side of frame for Renaldo

Lot: 1122 - (A) Remington Rider Magazine Pistol.

Manufactured 1871 to 1888. Features full octagon barrel and full nickel finish. Retains 99% overall finish with light frosting and storage marks only. Pistol remains in near new condition inside and out with an excellent bore with light frosting.

Lot: 1123 - (A) Remington Double Deringer.

This is referred to as a Type II No. 3 manufactured 1888 to 1911. Features full nickel finish with fire blue small parts and hammer and black composite grips. Fine working order with fine bore. Retains 98% original factory nickel. Truly an excellent

Lot: 1124 - (A) Cased Etched Panel Colt New Line .32 Spur

This Second Model New Line .32 features nickel finish with fire blue screws, hammer and trigger with Colt logo black checkered grips. Gun retains 98% nickel, beautiful etched panel, brilliant Nitre blue and near mint grips. Comes in a period wood

Lot: 1125 - (A) Dutch Hembrug Model 1873 Military Revolver.

Gun retains 85% finish overall. All markings are clear. Good mechanical function. Wood grips are very good showing some wear and handling marks, good cartouche on bottom of right grip. Bore is fine with strong rifling. Matching numbers. Marked

Lot: 1126 - (A) Scarce Belgian Albert Spirlet & Cie Belgian

Gun retains 80% original finish. There is some very slight pitting at the edges. Nice clear markings. Fine mechanical function. Dark wood grips are fine with very minor handling marks. Barrel hinges up with latch at bottom frame. Bore is dirty with

Lot: 1127 - Framed 1910 Winchester Poster with Both Bands

This rare 1910 issue entitled "Dawn of the Open Season" was produced for Winchester as a poster only. It was originally painted by the most famous of all Winchester illustrators, N.C. Wyeth. It still retains both of the original bands. This beautiful

Lot: 1128 - Turn of the Century Nobel's Sporting Ammunition

The original backboard has gold and black stenciling. There is a rope decorated blue felt shield that measures 20" long x 12" wide that displays all of Nobel's shot shells. No glass. Board is complete and original with no restoration and is in

Lot: 1129 - Spectacular Circa 1890's Colt Frontier Six Shooter

Few such cases are extant. This case will house a 7-1/2” etched panel or fancy engraved circa 1890 Colt Single Action Army Frontier Six Shooter revolver and .44 cartridge box. We know of no others coming to market without a gun. This case is

Lot: 1130 - J. Unertl USMC Sniper Scope with Mounts.

These scopes were utilized by the United States Marine Corps sniper unit mounted on the model 1903 Springfield bolt action rifle prior to World War II in the mid-to-late 1930's. They differ from your usual Unertl scope in that the springs are not

Lot: 1131 - Cased Improved English Air Cane.

Four-piece construction with pump and faux-wood grain painted exterior. Brass fitting and steel barrel and internal parts. Compass inlaid on pommel of handle. Diminutive notched rear sight. Complete with three steel tools for cocking and takedown, a

Lot: 1132 - Neptune Mighty Mite Model WC1 Outboard Motor

The 1961 Neptune Mighty Mite WC-1 Outboard trolling motor was manufactured by the Muncie Gear Works in Muncie, Indiana founded in 1910. They started building outboard motors in 1930 where they made motors under many brands. The Neptune Mighty Mite




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