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Auctioneer Morphy Auctions 877-968-8880
Auction Date Oct 22 Auction
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Lot: 1001 - (N) AUTO ORDNANCE BRIDGEPORT 1928 THOMPSON

This is an Auto Ordnance Bridgeport manufactured Thompson in a reproduction hard case with unnumbered original “New York, N.Y., USA” 50 round drum with nickel rotor. Also includes one unmarked, one 1920 patent date, and two Bridgeport 20

Lot: 1002 - (N) ATTRACTIVE 1945 DATED C.G. HAENEL MANUFACTURED

Marked “fxo” and eagle over “37” which indicates final assembly by C.G. Haenel, with subcontractor “cos” which is Merz Werke. Marked “MP 44”. SN is actually 4687y with manufacture in 1945 as indicated by

Lot: 1003 - (N) NEAR MINT RAMO SIDEPLATE BROWNING M2 .50 CAL

Near mint condition Ramo Inc. registered M2HB .50 caliber machine gun with ”Elephant" logo manufacturer’s marking and address on right sideplate. Composite spade handles and charging handle furnishings. Includes post-WW2 modern ground

Lot: 1004 - (N) GERMAN MP43 MACHINE GUN CAPTURED FROM 6TH SS

This weapon was captured in January 1945 during the last German offensive in the West. Brass plate affixed to left side of buttstock, “CAPTURED BY/2ND PLAT.AT Co.-276TH INF./FROM/6SS MTN.Div. NORD/AT WINGEN, FRANCE 1/45”. Original model

Lot: 1005 - (N) VERY DESIRABLE S & H ARMS REGISTERED RECEIVER

This S&H ARMS registered receiver Heckler & Koch machine gun was manufactured in 1986 according to proof mark “IG” on top of receiver, with remarked “HK MP5 K” markings above ejection port. This is a registered "push pin"

Lot: 1006 - (N) EXCEPTIONAL ORIGINAL CONDITION COLT 1921A

After decades in the possession of the consignor who was able to carefully choose from the very best, this Thompson has been consigned to Morphy’s for public sale. Very fine specimen of a Colt 1921 Thompson retaining original 1921 internal parts

Lot: 1007 - (N) EXCEPTIONAL NEW IN BOX MAREMONT M-60 MACHINE

Stellar condition new in box US Maremont M60 machine gun in its classic configuration from a consignor who purchased it for a display piece and never fired it. Original box with packing material including silver foil paper and moisture absorbent

Lot: 1008 - (N) FABULOUS USMC USED FULLY TRANSFERABLE ORIGINAL

This Cadillac Gauge Stoner is among the most important and scarce of the Vietnam War machine gun collectibles available for private ownership. There are only a few original Cadillac Gauge Stoner machine guns in the National Firearms act registry

Lot: 1009 - (N) HIGHLY SOUGHT FLEMING REGISTERED 4 POSITION

Fleming registered 4 position auto-sear in “tabbed” handgrip assembly with ambidextrous selector switch on fantastic condition Heckler & Koch Model 53 machine gun. Includes one original “Heckler & Koch UK” marked 30 round

Lot: 1010 - (N) HIGHLY SOUGHT RAMO SIDEPLATE BROWNING M2 .50

Ramo Inc. registered right sideplate M2HB .50 caliber machine gun with ”Elephant" logo manufacturer’s marking and address on right sideplate. Composite spade handles and charging handle furnishings. Includes post-World War II modern ground

Lot: 1011 - (N) OUTSTANDING MATCHING NUMBERED GERMAN WORLD WAR

Fine Erma manufactured specimen of the classic German machine gun marked "ayf 42" on end cap with numerous Nazi proof marks throughout. Both "WaA280" and "WaA44" denoting both Erma and cos (Mertzwerke) manufacture. Mertzwerke was a subcontractor for

Lot: 1012 - (N) ATTRACTIVE FLEMING REGISTERED GREEN FURNISHED

Attractive green furnished Fleming registered Heckler & Koch Model G3A2 machine gun manufactured in 1981 according to proof mark “IB” on left side of magazine well. This is a registered receiver machine gun with push-pin attachment at

Lot: 1013 - (N) VERY ATTRACTIVE ERB REGISTERED COLT MODEL 1928

Extremely attractive Colt Commercial Model 1928 Browning water cooled machine gun as registered by Charles Erb of Fredericktown, PA, and so marked on right hand sideplate, with added serial number in recessed portion after "U.S. NO." and registration

Lot: 1014 - (N) EXCEPTIONAL MATCHING SOLOTHURN S18-1000

Exceptional Swiss manufactured Solothurn S-18-1000 Anti-Tank gun with visible numbers all matching including receiver, barrel, bolt, and bipod. Both large and small original muzzle breaks with leather covers are included as well as muzzle thread

Lot: 1015 - (N) EXTERMELY FINE RICHARD M. DAVIS REGISTERED

Extremely fine condition Richard M. Davis registered sideplate Browning 1919A4 machine gun manufactured with “BROWNING MACHINE GUN”, model, and manufacturer date professionally applied to right sideplate. Parts of this gun have original

Lot: 1016 - (N) FANTASTIC NEAR MINT AUTO ORDNANCE WEST HURLEY

This Auto Ordnance Thompson was manufactured in West Hurley, New York, and although has been fired, is just about as nice as it can possibly be. Configured in military style with unribbed no compensator barrel, horizontal wood, fixed firing pin, and

Lot: 1017 - (N) EXTREMELY ATTRACTIVE MATCHING NUMBERS

Erb registered receiver tube numbered to match a visible matching numbered German WW2 MP-40 parts manufactured by “bnz” (Steyr) in 1941. Early “hook” type bolt also matches lower assembly number “3841e”. Numerous eagle

Lot: 1018 - (N) ATTRACTIVE SMITH ENTERPRISES M14 MACHINE GUN

Beautiful shooter’s package yet retaining attractive walnut stock. Receiver marked with “U.S. RIFLE / 7.62 mm M-14 / SMITH ENT” followed by serial number. Incorporates clamped-on flash hider and flip-up buttplate and included one 20

Lot: 1019 - (N) VERY DESIRABLE DIECASTERS LTD MANUFACTURED

Very scarce and desirable Diecasters Ltd manufactured Austen MK I machine gun. Particularly noteworthy in the production of this gun was the use of diecasting to fabricate the magazine housing and top part of the magazine as well as end cap to

Lot: 1020 - (N) BEAUTIFUL HIGH CONDITION VECTOR ARMS HR 4332

An absolutely beautiful Uzi machine gun as produced by Vector Arms on a Group Industries receiver. These Group Industries receiver guns were specially heat treated specifically to be machine gun receivers, and Vector utilized the very highest quality

Lot: 1021 - (N) SUPERB CONDITION BERETTA MODEL 12 S MACHINE

Superb condition Beretta Model 12 S machine gun. An exceptionally well manufactured and finished modern machine gun with ergonomic vertical foregrip, folding buttstock, and forward grip safety. One original 32 round magazine is included. Importer

Lot: 1022 - (N) HIGH CONDITION 1970’S VINTAGE HECKLER &

Beautiful Heckler & Koch Model 53 machine gun with five 30 round magazines. Recognized as one of the best intermediate cartridge firing platforms, the H&K 53 has been greatly favored by law enforcement agencies since its introduction. Proof

Lot: 1023 - (N) OUTSTANDING AND RARE ORIGINAL LEND-LEASE ROYAL

It is rare to find a Royal Typewriter manufactured B.A.R. but here one is, and in very nice condition too! Currently fitted with a “ HAS 11-54” dated barrel with British Nitro Proofs, as well Inter American Import Company marks, this gun

Lot: 1024 - (N) ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL NEAR MINT HIGHLY

Just an absolutely beautiful matching Swedish K machine gun with visible matching numbers complete with Swedish crown proofs. One green web sling and one 36 round magazine are included with this high quality and very desirable machine gun. This

Lot: 1025 - (N) SCARCE STEYR MP-30 MACHINE GUN IN 9MM MAUSER

This predecessor of the MP-34o is marked with “W” Austrian Eagle and “34” proof on left side of receiver below hinge of top cover. Visible numbers appear matching including receiver, bolt, cover latch, and safety. Stock has the

Lot: 1026 - (N) EXCEPTIONAL CONDITION LIGHT AS A FEATHER AUTO

This is just a great condition Auto-Ordnance Model 1928 A22 Thompson machine gun in .22 Long Rifle with four original 30 round magazines. Auto-Ordnance made a very limited number of these guns in response to market demand and they have become sought

Lot: 1027 - (N) ROCK ISLAND ARMORY REGISTERED XM-15A1 (M16A1)

Registered lower assembly with functioning internals bolt hold back lever, and magazine release. Detent pins also present. Rock Island Armory logo visible on left side of magazine well with caliber, model and serial number markings. CONDITION:

Lot: 1028 - (N) ATTRACTIVE ERB REGISTERED WORLD WAR I GERMAN

This is a Charles Erb registered DWM MG-08 Maxim manufactured in 1918 with matching numbered receiver, barrel jacket, top cover, safety bar, backplate and caps. Fusee cover is un-numbered. The feed block and bolt does not match. Wood thumb pieces

Lot: 1029 - (N) EXCEPTIONALLY CLEAN FLEMING REGISTERED IMI UZI

Truly exceptional Fleming registered Uzi pistol with swing-out shoulder loop and highly effective AWC Mk 9 silencer. One 32 round magazine included. This lot will require two separate $200.00 BATF transfer fees (one for gun, and one for suppressor if

Lot: 1030 - (N) DOCUMENTED VERY FIRST GROUP INDUSTRIES/VECTOR

This is documented by serial number and letter as being the very first Uzi machine gun produced by Vector Arms on a Group Industries receiver. After Vector Arms acquired the registered receivers they purchased original Israeli parts and started to

Lot: 1031 - (N) GROUP INDUSTRIES 1918A2 BROWNING AUTOMATIC

This is a World War II (1943) New England manufactured set of BAR parts on a Group Industries fully transferable receiver. Flaming bomb arsenal mark with NE (New England) and 12-43 date on top of barrel. Top of receiver has standard Group Industries

Lot: 1032 - (N) VERY INTERESTING WORLD WAR II GERMAN MP 43

Very interesting MP43 assembled by C.G. Haenel in 1944, with eagle over “37” proof and “cos” (Mertz werk) on underside of receiver. Bolt has factory cut-out near extractor and was manufactured by Mauser with factory applied

Lot: 1033 - (N) EXTREMELY FINE WORLD WAR II ERA AUTO ORDNANCE

This is a refinished Auto Ordnance rebuild gun after return from WW2. Lower assembly is from a Savage manufactured gun, serial number “S-472315” and does not match receiver SN. Left side of receiver clearly marked “Model 1928 A1”

Lot: 1034 - (N) COLT M16A1 CARBINE MACHINE GUN (FULLY

Colt M16A1 with telescoping buttstock, round handguards and bird cage flash hider. One 30-round magazine is included. Barrel is marked “C MP 8”. Forward assist at right side of receiver with classic rampant Colt logo and markings on left

Lot: 1035 - (N) ATTRACTIVE AND WELL ACCESSORIZED AUTO ORDNANCE

Absolutely beautiful Auto Ordnance 1928 Thompson manufactured in West Hurley, New York, in great condition with a nice assortment of accessories. Ten 30 round stick magazines in green web carrying pouch, Two contemporary 50 round drums, one of which

Lot: 1036 - (N) ABSOLUTELY SUPERB HIGHLY SOUGHT QUALIFIED

Qualified manufacturing registered three position, “S, E, F” marked auto-sear in “tabbed” handgrip assembly on HK-94 host gun which has been professionally converted to an MP-5 machine gun. MP-5 marked on top of receiver with

Lot: 1037 - (N) EXCEPTIONALLY RARE U.S. MILITARY SUCCESSOR TO

Marlin manufactured and Numrich Arms Company registered, this M2 submachine gun was the model which came in between the M1A1 Thompson and the M3 Grease gun. The massive receiver is marked with serial number, model “SUBMACHINE GUN CAL .45

Lot: 1038 - (N) INCREDIBLY RARE MODERN MILITARY FN

Original Fabrique Nationale Herstal fully automatic fire only machine gun. The "Mini-mi" machine gun derives its name from the French translation of "Mini Machine Gun". Now the standard Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW) of the United States and other

Lot: 1039 - (N) ICONIC AND VERY HANDSOME COLT THOMPSON 1921 AC

Very fine specimen of a Colt 1921 Thompson with Cutts compensator retaining original 1921 internal parts and correct cartouched buttstock. Typical markings on receiver with visible serial numbers matching. “JHB” inspection mark not visible

Lot: 1040 - (D) MUSEUM LEVEL FANTASTIC CONDITION AMERICAN AND

Absolutely fantastic American and British Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, CT manufactured 37 mm 1 Pounder gun on original U.S. wooden wheeled and steel mount. No rear sight present, but includes brass and wood shoulder rest, wood handle bore

Lot: 1041 - (N) THE ONLY REMAINING PANCOR MK3

This is an unbelievably rare piece of firearms history, with only three functional weapons ever being produced, and two of those were intentionally destroyed incidental to endurance testing by HP White Labs, leaving only this one. The MK3 fully

Lot: 1042 - (N) EXCEEDINGLY RARE AND SUPERB ITALIAN WORLD WAR

This extremely rare and unusual machine gun is actually two guns joined together each with its own barrel and action which may be cocked separately and fired separately from a solitary spade handle, or they can be fired simultaneously. Originally

Lot: 1043 - EXCEPTIONAL REPRODUCTION OF ITALIAN WORLD WAR I

This is a reproduced bomber or boat mount for the Italian Villa Perosa machine gun. It is an articulating seat with pulleys, cables and wheels designed to raise the pedestal shaft which holds the gun as the seat is lowered. Call it the early 20th

Lot: 1044 - (N) PEARL MANUFACTURING COMPANY REGISTERED VALMET

Bolt carrier marked "466" on underside, matching the last 3 digits of the serial number. Marked "R024 / MGM / 15815" in front of trigger, small PMC has been added to serial number. Synthetic forearm now largely black with good traces of the brown

Lot: 1045 - (N) SCARCE AND DESIRABLE BRASS MAXIM MODEL 1898

Comes with tripod numbered 188 and Zeiss optic serial number 2583. Very attractive brass Maxim with matching numbers on external parts. Bolt is only 1 digit off, numbered 136. Barrel is numbered C47. Other external parts appear to be matching; this

Lot: 1046 - (N) EXTREMELY RARE AND SOUGHT AFTER ORIGINAL COLT

Extremely fine condition and hard to find Colt Model 639 variant of the M-16 with original Colt manufactured moderator as made for the civilian market and for export. The moderator was designed to change the sound of the report so that this gun

Lot: 1047 - (N) EXCEPTIONAL NEAR MINT UNFIRED CLASSIC MILITARY

Near mint unfired Colt M16A1 machine gun as manufactured for the civilian market. Typical Colt logo and address on left side of receiver. Classic configuration with chrome lined bore, bayonet lug, triangular handguards, bolt forward assist, sling

Lot: 1048 - (N) SCARCE M1 MODEL THOMPSON MACHINE GUN FROM

Fine refinished Auto Ordinance Bridgeport M1 Thompson with small “S” proof on bottom of receiver indicating Savage manufacture. Includes one 30 round Bridgeport marked magazine. Gun has typical right and left receiver markings with fixed

Lot: 1049 - (N) ABSOLUTELY STUNNING CONDITION ORIGINAL AMNESTY

Fantastic Soviet Russian PPSh-41 machine gun manufactured in 1944 by the Vyatskie Polyany factory as indicated by the star within the shield marking forward of the ejector port. This is one of the major manufacturers of this machine gun during World

Lot: 1050 - (N) HECKLER & KOCH G3 MACHINE GUN AS CONVERTED BY

Desirable Group Industries registered Heckler & Koch Model 91 machine gun manufactured in 1982 according to proof mark “IC” on left side of magazine well. This is a registered receiver machine gun with a pinned front end three position

Lot: 1051 - (N) EXTREMELY FINE AND RARE SWEDISH SERVICE MARKED

This early Bergmann MP35 machine gun was commercially manufactured and taken into Swedish service as Kulsprutepistol M/1939. I wish to extend thanks to the collecting community who answered the call to decipher the markings of the brass disk fitted

Lot: 1052 - (D) ATTRACTIVE MATCHING SOLOTHURN S18-1000

Well accessorized Solothurn S-18-1000 Anti-Tank gun with visible numbers all matching including receiver, barrel, bolt, and bipod. Both large and small original muzzle breaks with leather covers are included as well as muzzle thread protector, 9

Lot: 1053 - (N) VERY DESIRABLE AUSTEN MK I MACHINE GUN (PRE-86

Very desirable W.T. Carmichael & Sons Ltd manufactured Austen MK I machine gun. Very interesting and important improvement to the Sten design as carried out in Australia during WW2. Although taking much from the simplified Sten design, the

Lot: 1054 - (N) FABULOUS FULLY TRANSFERABLE AUSTEN MK I

Stunning and very much sought after fully transferable W.T. Carmichael & Sons Ltd manufactured Austen MK I machine gun. The Australians took the Sten design provided to them by the British and incorporated the folding stock, enclosed telescoping

Lot: 1055 - (N) TRULY EXCEPTIONALLY RARE FABRIQUE NATIONALE

This very gun is featured in "Silencer's of the World" in detail. Although NFA electronic registry indicates “Israeli Military Industries” as the manufacturer, this gun is clearly marked with original factory manufacturer’s marking on

Lot: 1056 - (N) BEAUTIFUL SPRINGFIELD ARMORY INC. REGISTERED

Beautiful high quality Beretta BM-59 Machine gun which is strikingly similar to the M-14. Marked P. BERETTA with address and serial number on top of rear receiver with abbreviated manufacturer and model markings on top of bolt. Also marked on left

Lot: 1057 - (N) SCARCE AND POPULAR AUTO ORDNANCE MODEL 1928

Sought after and popular Auto Ordnance Model 1928 A22 Thompson machine gun in .22 Long Rifle. Auto-Ordnance made a very limited number of these cute little Thompson guns out of aluminum and steel parts in the 1980’s. They retained the patent

Lot: 1058 - (N) RARE, HIGH CONDITION, PRE-BAN EGYPTIAN MAADI

Matching "0856" serial numbers can be found on bolt assembly, bolt carrier, and electropencilled on recoil spring and receiver cover to match serial number of gun. Import marked on right side of receiver for Steyr. Rear sight correctly graduated out

Lot: 1059 - (N) FLEMING REGISTERED BATTLEFIELD USED JAPANESE

Extremely fine specimen Original Japanese Type 99 light machine gun as manufactured by Hitachi in 1944, June. Serial number indicates this gun would have likely been used on IWO JIMA, and it has very interesting battlefield use indicators. Visible

Lot: 1060 - HIGH ORIGINAL CONDITION FOLDING STOCK BERETTA

High condition Beretta SC-70 machine gun with one original 30 round magazine. Tubular steel folding stock version of the AR70/223. Three position selector “S, 1, A:” on left side. The Italian military adopted the Beretta design as their

Lot: 1061 - (N) FANTASTIC 1972 MANUFACTURED ORIGINAL HK MP5

Very early manufactured original HK MP5. Imported by SACO as indicated on right side of magazine housing with HK markings and dated “12/72” on top of receiver. Push-pin lower with dual magazine release, military three position selector with

Lot: 1062 - (N) EXCEPTIONALLY FINE CONDITION SMITH & WESSON

High quality American made Smith & Wesson Model 76 machine gun with “U” prefix serial number. First guns were produced late in 1968 and have a “T” prefix. Once the initial “T” prefix guns were manufactured, the

Lot: 1063 - (N) HIGH CONDITION ORIGINAL BELGIAN FN HERSTAL

Extremely nice matching numbers original Fabrique Nationale F.A.L. machine gun. Designated as "Light Automatic Rifle" (French: Fusil Automatique Léger), the FN-FAL has been marketed world-wide and was adopted by NATO forces in the Cold War era

Lot: 1064 - (N) ITHACA GUN CO. AUTO & BURGLAR MODEL A 20 GAUGE

This is one of 2,500 guns built using the Flues model action, commonly referred to as a "Model A". These were made from 1921 until 1925. 10" barrels are chambered for the 2 - 1/2" 20 gauge shell. Saw handle wood grip with large spur to help the hand

Lot: 1065 - (N) ITHACA GUN CO. AUTO & BURGLAR MODEL A 20 GAUGE

This is one of 2,500 guns built using the Flues model action, commonly referred to as a "Model A". These were made from 1921 until 1925. 10 inch barrels are chambered for the 2 - 1/2" 20 gauge shell. Saw handle wood grip with large spur to help the

Lot: 1066 - (N) EXCEPTIONALLY RARE AND CASED NICKEL PLATED

Chinese manufactured in 1954 as a pre-production miniature piece when the Chinese were exploring producing copies of the STEN themselves. The Chinese contracted an American Ordnance officer in China as a consultant to gearing up for production.

Lot: 1067 - (N) VERY UNIQUE NIGARAGUA MADE OSORIO GRANDE .22

Very unique .22 machine pistol made in Nigaragua by a man named OSORIO who wanted a .22 machine pistol and could not buy one. His answer was to make one himself. Consignor met maker and eventually purchased the gun and was able to bring the gun into

Lot: 1068 - (N) SPECIAL PRESENTATION GRADE MILITARY ARMAMENT

Absolutely fabulous special factory presentation Powder Springs Ingram MAC M10 machine gun complete with matching serial number silencer and presentation provenance from Gordan Ingram to Ron Martin. Silencer with matching serial number to gun except

Lot: 1069 - (N) SCARCE, STILL IN ORIGINAL BOX, BERNARDELLI VB

Seldom encountered, call it a modern successor to the Beretta Model 38/42 with single trigger, and three position selector on left side of receiver. Simple straight slot for cocking handle on receiver tube, fixed leaf sight, and smooth barrel with

Lot: 1070 - (N) RESTORED ORIGINAL BRITISH LINE BROTHERS

Fine refinished British Line Brothers manufactured Sten MK III machine gun. Marked with manufacture’s mark “LB” and serial number on underside of magazine housing, with broad arrow proofs visible on rear receiver cup. Shoulder loop

Lot: 1071 - (N) POPULAR DANISH MADSEN M-50 MACHINE GUN (CURIO

The Madsen M50 was an inexpensive to produce, yet effective machine gun utilized by police in many countries. It incorporates both a standard sliding safety button on left side if the receiver, and also an interesting grip safety to the rear of the

Lot: 1072 - (N) TAYLOR MANUFACTURING REGISTERED MK II MACHINE

Taylor manufacturing “MK II” registered fully transferable machine gun receiver tube machined with slots and blued without any ejector, trunnion or any parts other than the tube itself. Please note that this lots contains only a registered

Lot: 1073 - (N) HIGH CONDITION, INTERESTING AND RARE

Externally very similar in outward appearance to the Russian PPSh-41 machine gun, this Yugoslavian Model 49/57, although it takes Russian PPSh magazines and drums, is actually quite different internally, and is unusual with a left side ejector port.

Lot: 1074 - (N) ITHACA GUN CO. AUTO & BURGLAR MODEL B 20 GAUGE

This gun is one of 1,500 made using the NID action with cocking indicators, commonly referred to as the "Model B". These were made from 1926 until 1934. 10 - 1/8 inch barrels are chambered for the 2 3/4 inch 20 gauge shell. Saw handle wood grip

Lot: 1075 - (N) AUSTRIAN VOERE MODEL 2005 .22 CALIBER MACHINE

Converted from an open bolt firing semi-automatic rifle to a fully automatic machine gun, the Austrian manufactured Voere looks like, and by all accounts is a very accurate rifle reminiscent in appearance to high end target rifles. Because it

Lot: 1076 - (N) NEW IN BOX MILITARY ARMAMENT CORP INGRAM M10

New in original factory packaging MAC M10 machine gun complete with shipping box, moisture absorbent paper, and clear plastic bag. Includes one sealed in wrapper magazine, and out of wrapper magazine loader and front holding strap. Folding stock is

Lot: 1077 - (N) REFINISHED HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON REISING

Extremely fine smooth grey refinished Harrington & Richardson Reising Model 50 machine gun with 14" barrel. One 20 round magazine lustrous blued magazine is included with lot. The Reising Model 50 was fielded in limited numbers to the Marine

Lot: 1078 - (N) HIGHLY DESIRABLE AND RARE WORLD WAR II

“U.S. PROPERTY” and “INGLIS” “1943” marked with “R.B. MK I” (For Rifle Boys) on left side of receiver. Original later production muzzle and bipod present. Includes one original five round magazine. The Boys

Lot: 1079 - (N) VETERAN HARRINGTON AND RICHARDSON REISING

Veteran example of a smooth finish Reising Model 50 machine gun with compensator. Stock has vintage side sling swivels and original green web military sling of Korean War era vintage. One 20 round magazine is included with this lot. The Reising Model

Lot: 1080 - (N) DESIRABLE DANIEL DEFENSE DDM4ISR

Daniel Defense produced DDM4ISR with Trijicon ACOG with chevron reticle and bullet drop compensator. Standard DDM4ISR with 9" barrel with integral suppressor bring the barrel length to a non-SBR 16 - 1/4", with 15" Daniel Defense rail with continuous

Lot: 1081 - (N) DANIEL DEFENSE DDM4ISR SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE

Daniel Defense produced DDM4ISR in standard DDM4ISR configuration with 9" barrel with integral suppressor bring the barrel length to a non-SBR 16 - 1/4", with 15" Daniel Defense rail with continuous 1913 top raid, Keymod attachment points on bottom

Lot: 1082 - (N) TPM OUTFITTERS P5SD SHORT BARREL RIFLE WITH

TPM Outfitters P5SD featuring TPM outfitter suppressor with appropriate ported barrel. Top of receiver marked "P5SD", serial number, Ulm proof mark, German Nitro proof, BH date code for 2017. Diopter sights. Rubber ribbed sleeved foregrip with round

Lot: 1083 - (N) NEW IN BOX STAINLESS FINISH G.R.A.D. MODEL RS1

This G.R.A.D. (Global Research And Development) bayonet-revolver conceals a .22 LR six shot revolver within the handle. This firearm incorporates a six round capacity revolving cylinder within the handle. Pressing the low profile fold-out trigger in

Lot: 1084 - (N) MINT ORIGINAL MILITARY ARMAMENT CORPORATION

This is a very rare find indeed. In the original box Military Armament Corporation Powder Springs “SSSW” Single-Shot Survival Weapon (Pen Gun) as was supplied to U.S. Government for covert operations use as well as to the civilian market. A

Lot: 1085 - (D) SCARCE RUSSIAN WORLD WAR II DEGTYARYOV 1941

Scarce desirable Russian World War II PTR-D single shot anti-tank rifle. As were so many of the anti-tank weapons in use at the beginning of World War II, this one was effective against the tanks and armored cars of the late 1920’s and

Lot: 1086 - (D) VERY SCARCE AMNESTY REGISTERED WORLD WAR II

The Stokes mortar was developed by Frederick Wilfred Scott Stokes early in 1915 as a result of the British encountering the German minenwerfer on the Western front. As so often happens, once one side has something, the other side wants to have their

Lot: 1087 - (D) HIGH ORIGINAL CONDITION WW2 BRITISH BIRMINGHAM

Another beautiful condition Boys anti-tank rifle from an estate collection marked with “BSA” (Birmingham Small Arms) proof on top of receiver and bipod “R.B. MK I” (For Rifle Boys} on left side of receiver. Visible numbers

Lot: 1088 - (N) GREAT FAST FIRING MILITARY ARMAMENT

Fast firing Ingram Military Armament Corp M-11 in .380 auto with Cobray logo and "Marietta, GA” address. Sliding shoulder loop present. Original Cobray marked ventilated barrel chute and one 30 round magazine is included with this gun. Also

Lot: 1089 - (N) SWD COBRAY M-11 MACHINE GUN WITH 4 MAGAZINES

Very fine S.W.D. Cobray logo M-11 machine gun with original owner’s manual, front holding strap, ventilated barrel extension and 4 magazines total, two are converted Uzi magazines and the others two are plastic body magazines. Also included is a

Lot: 1090 - (N) EXCELLENT WALTHER MP-K MACHINE GUN (PRE-86

Outstanding high condition specimen of the Walther manufactured MPK machine gun. Includes two magazines and a web sling. Marked with Walther banner logo on left side of lower receiver and typical German ambidextrous selector markings of,

Lot: 1091 - (N) QUALITY HARDWARE FOLDING STOCK M2 CARBINE

This very attractive Quality Hardware manufactured US M2 Carbine shows “Form 1 Registration” in the manufacturer’s block in the electronic registry and “Quality HMC” in the manufacturer’s block of the approved incoming

Lot: 1092 - (N) CHARLES ERB INLAND M2 CARBINE MACHINE GUN

WW2 Inland M1 carbine converted to M2 configuration and registered by Charles Erb. The “1” of M1 on the receiver has been over-stamped with a “2”. And NFA registry shows “Charles Erb” in the manufacture’s block.

Lot: 1093 - (N) POPULAR FUN TO SHOOT BRITISH LEWIS MODEL OF

Manufactured by Birmingham Small Arms Company, the Lewis machine gun was the most preferred “light” machine gun used by either side during World War I. The Germans gladly employed them whenever they could capture enough ammunition to make

Lot: 1094 - (N) DESIRABLE POWDER SPRINGS MILITARY ARMAMENT

Sought after Powder Springs address fast firing Ingram Military Armament Corp M-11 in .380 ACP. Exhibits Cobray logo includes one 30 round magazine as well as Powder Springs marked 9mm suppressor. These items will incur two separate transfer taxes if

Lot: 1095 - (N) SUPERB REFINISHED MAUSER MODEL 1932

Just an absolutely stunning Mauser broomhandle Schnellfeuer Machine Pistol with “BNP” proof-mark visible on barrel flat and including original “MAUSER” cartouched wooden holster. Markings are very crisp and clear and only upon the

Lot: 1096 - (N) STERLING ARMAMENT CO. L34A1 MACHINE GUN WITH

Absolutely beautiful suppressed British Mark 5 L34A1 Sterling machine gun. Marked in various places as manufactured by Sterling Armament, only a few of these guns made it into the country to become pre-86 dealer sample guns. Barely discernibly marked

Lot: 1097 - (N) POPULAR FUN TO SHOOT BRITISH LEWIS MODEL OF

Manufactured by Birmingham Small Arms Company, the Lewis machine gun was the most preferred by either side during World War I. The Germans gladly employed them whenever they could capture enough ammunition to make the use of them worthwhile. They

Lot: 1098 - (N) CLASSIC 1945 DATED GERMAN WORLD WAR II MG-34

Very attractive and mostly matching German World War II MG34. Although NFA registry indicates “Mauser” as manufacturer, this guns receiver, shroud and buffer cup are all matching and were manufactured by Waffenwerke Brunn (dot) in 1945. WaA

Lot: 1099 - (N) BEAUTIFUL IN BOX GROUP INDUSTRIES / VECTOR

Beautiful high condition Group Industries / Vector Mini Uzi in original box with the warranty card and owner’s manual. One 25 round magazine is included. The Group Industries receiver guns were the most durable UZI guns ever made, and Vector

Lot: 1100 - (N) FANTASTIC NEW IN BOX BERETTA AR-70 MACHINE GUN

Another fantastic find from a longtime FFL/SOT dealer. A Beretta AR-70 machine gun still new in its original box with original plastic bags, and three never opened 30 round magazines. Three position selector “S, 1, A:” on left side. The

Lot: 1101 - (N) COMPANION SHOOTING SUPPLIES/COLT VICKERS MODEL

This very attractive Vickers gun is listed in the electronic NFA registry with “COLT” in the manufacture’s block, “Vickers 1918” as the model and “11” as the caliber. No OAL listed. Companion shooting supplies

Lot: 1102 - (N) HUNGARIAN SA85 HOST GUN WITH A CONVERTED TO

Marked on left side with the original FEG legends from when the gun started as a semi-automatic rifle, as well as an import stamp for Kassnar Imports. Right side unmarked but does have an added notch in the receiver for the selector to select fully

Lot: 1103 - (N) EXCEPTIONAL CONDITION AMERICAN ARMS M2

Absolutely outstanding American Arms M2 American 180 with typical markings on underside of receiver. Primarily made of aluminum with horizontal foregrip, ribbed barrel, and includes original instruction manual, one pan magazine with winder/driver and

Lot: 1104 - (N) A VERY GOOD AND DESIRABLE S&H ARMS REGISTERED

This Ruger 10/22 has been converted into a fully automatic short barreled and suppressed version by John Norrell, one of the foremost makers of 10/22 conversions. Suppressor is marked on left side for John Norrel Arms Inc, trigger pack marked on left

Lot: 1105 - (N) MAGNIFICENT JCB REGISTERED AUSTRALIAN L1A1A

Exceptionally attractive F.A.L. (French: Fusil Automatique Léger) "Light Automatic Rifle”. The machine gun designated as FAL has been marketed world-wide and was adopted by NATO forces in the Cold War era with great satisfaction and

Lot: 1106 - (N) DESIRABLE ORIGINAL MARLIN MANUFACTURED UNITED

The Popular UD-42 machine gun is a very effective and easy to hold on target machine gun. Manufactured by Marlin for the United Defense Supply corporation, and originally intended to replace the Thompson. However, since it was still a machined steel

Lot: 1107 - (N) EXTREMELY POPULAR AND VERY DESIRABLE RUGER

Exceptional condition registered receiver Ruger 10/22 machine gun as converted by John Norrell. Most are familiar with Norrell's auto sear packs, but in this case the trigger group was modified to fire fully automatic only, with a functional safety.

Lot: 1108 - (N) VERY DESIRABLE BUSHMASTER FIREARMS XM1EA2

Very desirable configuration of the M16 with telescoping buttstock, knob adjustable for both windage and elevation rear sight, and heavy barrel with bird cage flash hider, this Sendra marked Bushmaster manufactured copy of the M-16 allows full-auto

Lot: 1109 - (N) WILSON ARMS / EA COMPANY J-15 (COPY OF COLT

This short and handy full auto AR-15 has telescoping buttstock and barrel with glued on mounting block to take some kind of special accessory just forward of the front sight base. Marked “EA” and model and serial number on left side of

Lot: 1110 - (D) EXTREMELY RARE SWISS MODEL 1941 ANTI-TANK GUN

The Swiss Model 1941 anti-tank gun is particularly interesting in that it has a locked breech, short recoil, kinked toggle, striker action fire action which is identical to that of a Luger turned 90 degrees with the addition of a huge cocking lever.

Lot: 1111 - (N) FANTASTIC COLT 1921 THOMPSON SPECIALLY FITTED

Colt 1921 Thompson with Cutts compensator retaining original 1921 internal parts and correct cartouched buttstock. Includes reproduction hard case with matching numbered (3750) body and cover early “New York, N.Y., USA” 50 round drum with

Lot: 1112 - (N) EXTREMELY ATTRACTIVE GERMAN MP-44 MACHINE GUN

Very attractive "bnz" (Steyr) MP44 manufactured in 1944 with clear "WaA 623" proofs on receiver forward of the magazine housing. Visible numbers appear all matching including bolt upon field stripping. Charging handle/operating piston appears to be

Lot: 1113 - (N) FANTASTIC CONDITION DYER MANUFACTURED HECKLER

This is a Fleming HK-21 registered receiver machine gun which was built by Terry Dyer and test fired. NFA electronic registry indicates manufacturer as “Heckler and Koch”, but actual original registered machine gun manufacturer is Fleming

Lot: 1114 - (N) HARD TIMES ARMORY REGISTERED HK 94 CONVERTED

This Hard times Armory registered Heckler & Koch machine gun was manufactured in 1985 according to proof mark “IF” on top of receiver. Clearly marked "HK MP5" on top of receiver. This is a registered receiver machine gun with

Lot: 1115 - (N) RARE, HIGH CONDITION LEBANESE F.S.I. ROLL

This lovely high condition Colt M16A1 has a Lebanese Cedar Tree roll marked on the left side of receiver, over "F.S.I / M16A1 / CAL. 5.56MM / FSI000002". F.S.I. probably referring to the Lebanese Internal Security Forces (French: Forces de Securite

Lot: 1116 - (N) THE LOWEST PUBLICLY OFFERED SERIAL NUMBER U.S.

When developing the M60 machine gun, the T161 was the first to resemble what would ultimately become the M60. In the post-War scramble to develop a machine gun that could replace the M1919 and 1918, the United States was looking for a machine gun

Lot: 1117 - (N) HIGHLY DESIRABLE RAMO BROWNING M2 .50 CAL

Ramo Inc. registered M2HB .50 caliber machine gun with ”Elephant" logo manufacturer’s marking and address on right sideplate on USGI parts set. This gun is equipped with semi-automatic capability. Composite spade handles and charging handle

Lot: 1118 - (N) FANTASTIC NEW IN BOX MINT UNFIRED COLT M16A1

Absolutely fantastic Colt M16A1 machine gun still new in the box in original packaging. Consignor states bolt has never been pulled back. CMP marked chrome bore gun with black web sling, chamber and bore brush, and cleaning rod set all still new in

Lot: 1119 - (N) ATTRACTIVE FN HERSTAL FN-FAL MACHINE GUN AS

Very attractive FN (Fabrique Nationale) F.A.L. machine gun designated as "Light Automatic Rifle" (French: Fusil Automatique Léger), as manufactured for the Congo. These guns found particular favor in this part of the world as the terrain,

Lot: 1120 - (N) VERY DESIRABLE U.S. GUIDE LAMP M3 MACHINE GUN

General Motors Guide Lamp Division manufactured U.S. M3 “Grease Gun”. This very popular machine gun is all original with barrel nut having the appropriate “P” firing proof at the junction of the barrel and nut. Other visible

Lot: 1121 - (N) BEAUTIFUL CLASSIC MILITARY CONFIGURATION COLT

A beautiful Colt M16A1 machine gun with chrome lined bore for the civilian market. Typical Colt logo and address on left side of receiver. Classic configuration with bayonet lug, triangular handguards, bolt forward assist, sling swivels, and

Lot: 1122 - (N) VERY DESIRABLE AND RARE FULLY TRANSFERABLE

This German MG 15 is marked with Weimar era eagle proofs and was manufactured by “jua”. Additionally it is marked on right side of receiver below magazine well with a series of indiscernible numbers and letters followed by

Lot: 1123 - (N) VERY FINE CONDITION AND FULLY TRANSFERABLE

Manufactured by Marlin for the United Defense Supply Corporation, and originally intended to replace the Thompson, the UD-42 was still a machined steel machine gun and labor intensive to produce. As such it was not procured as hoped and instead was

Lot: 1124 - (N) BEAUTIFUL HIGH CONDITION BARR ARMSMAKER

Just about mint condition folding stock Chinese factory 66 manufactured Barr Armsmaker registered Type 56 (AK-47) with folding stock, no bayonet. Includes three 30 round magazines, one 75 round drum and an original web sling. Marked on left side of

Lot: 1125 - (N) WILSON ARMS CO. CARL GUSTAF M-45

Very attractive Swedish K machine gun on Wilson registered tube. Swedish crown proof on top of barrel with “WAC” manufacturer’s marking on left side of tube. One 36 round magazine is included with this very popular and desirable

Lot: 1126 - (N) SWD REGISTERED POLYTECH AKS-223 AKM SELECT

Matching 0126 numbers found on dust cover, recoil spring, charging handle, bolt carrier group. Dust cover is not original to gun and renumbered to match. Underfolding "spike" bayonet. Marked for production by Poly Tech. Inc. on left side of receiver,

Lot: 1127 - (N) EXTREMELY WELL ACCESSORIZED TURKISH CONTRACT

This is a rare Turkish contract Vickers machine gun professionally remanufactured on a VSM Cincinnati side plate. This gun was originally built for the Turkish government in the 1920’s. Turkey was allied with Germany during World War I and had

Lot: 1128 - (N) HIGH CONDITION BERETTA AR-70 MACHINE GUN

This is an extremely attractive and high condition Beretta AR-70 machine gun. Marked with standard factory markings and serial number on left side of receiver. Right side of upper receiver exhibits, “Mod. 70/SPORT” with importer,

Lot: 1129 - (N) RARE AND COLLECTIBLE COLT MODEL 1914

Fine example of Colt model 1914 Browning “Digger” machine gun on scarce and desirable original brass head tripod. The Colt “digger” acquired its name due to the large operating lever that reciprocates upon firing arching downward

Lot: 1130 - (N) DESIRABLE HIGH CONDITION EARLY COLT AR-15

Highly desirable early Colt AR-15 converted to a machine gun by Pearl Industries. Classic early military style features such as no bolt forward assist, "three prong" flash hider, rounded buttplate, movable rear sling swivel, "shiny" composition

Lot: 1131 - (N) VERY NICE U.S. ORDNANCE MARKED WORLD WAR II

Very fine Auto Ordnance rebuild gun after return from World War II with flaming bomb proof on left side of receiver and “WB” initials near the ejector port. “AO” prefix added to serial number. Right hand receiver markings are

Lot: 1132 - (N) FINE INLAND M2 CARBINE MACHINE GUN (CURIO &

Fine Inland US M2 Carbine so marked on the receiver and barrel and in the correct 7000000 serial number range. As so many did, this gun has been retrofitted with adjustable rear peep sight and bayonet lug forward barrel band. "P" visible on barrel

Lot: 1133 - (N) FINE PRE-86 DEALER SAMPLE MAUSER MODEL 1932

Mauser broomhandle Schnellfeuer Model 1932 Machine Pistol with unmarked reproduction shoulder stock and 8 boxes 1951 “bxn” mfg 7.62 x 25mm ammunition which should NOT be fired in this gun as it is too hot for it. Mauser banner logo on left

Lot: 1134 - (N) FINE ORIGINAL BELGIAN FN HERSTAL FN-FAL

Very nice original Fabrique Nationale F.A.L. machine gun. Designated as "Light Automatic Rifle" (French: Fusil Automatique Léger), the FN-FAL has been marketed world-wide and was adopted by NATO forces in the Cold War era with great satisfaction

Lot: 1135 - (N) HIGH CONDITION ORIGINAL FABRIQUE NATIONALE

Absolutely stunning original FN-D machine gun with gunners kit, two barrels, and two 20 round magazines. Many will attest that this very close relative of the Browning Automatic Rifle is the best of the updates and variations from a shooter’s

Lot: 1136 - (N) VERY RARE AND HIGHLY SOUGHT BERETTA 93R SELECT

Very highly sought Beretta Model 93R select fire (burst selector) pistol with shoulder stock and three 20 round magazines. Designed and produced from the 1970’s until 1993 for military and police use, this is a very fast firing 1100 rounds per

Lot: 1137 - (D) HIGH CONDITION FINNISH LAHTI 20 MM ANTI-TANK

Extremely fine Finnish Lahti marked with typical “20 PST. Kiv. /39” with VKT Logo on left side of receiver and serial number. Boldly engraved “SA” marking to left of serial number. Barrel is serial number 3628 and does not match

Lot: 1138 - (N) EXCEPTIONALLY FINE SWD COBRAY M-11 MACHINE GUN

Exceptional condition S.W.D. Cobray logo M-11 machine gun complete with front holding strap, four plastic 30 round magazines, magazine loader, owners manual, and Cobray black canvas carrier for above with Cobray logo patch. CONDITION: Overall

Lot: 1139 - (D) LOVELY JC MANUFACTURING CO. M79 GRENADE

Affectionately referred to as a "Thumper" or "Bloop Tube" because of the distinct sounds of firing, the M79 Grenade Launcher saw widespread use throughout Vietnam as a man-portable force multiplier. This example has the folding ladder sight,

Lot: 1140 - (D) RARE AND COLLECTIBLE “U.S. ARMAMENT

Korean war vintage Russian 82mm mortar on U.S. ARMAMENT CORP registered receiver cup with 1952 year markings and factory 66 markings on the receiver cup. Tube carries number “61370” and “82544”. Accessories include round baseplate

Lot: 1141 - (N) NEW IN BOX MILITARY ARMAMENT CORP INGRAM M10

Straight up new in original packaging MAC M10 machine gun complete with shipping box, moisture absorbent paper, and clear plastic bag. Includes one sealed in wrapper magazine, and out of wrapper magazine loader and front holding strap. Folding stock

Lot: 1142 - (N) EVER POPULAR SWD COBRAY M-11 MACHINE GUN WITH

Very popular S.W.D. Cobray logo M-11 machine gun with front holding strap and 6 magazines total, three plastic and three steel body 30 round magazines. Also included is a soft carrying case. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine

Lot: 1143 - (D) EXTREMELY RARE AND UTTERLY FANTASTIC WORLD WAR

Absolutely beautiful condition original World War II Bazooka which is registered simply as “US” in the manufacturer block in the NFA registry, but was actually manufactured by Cheney-Bigelow Wire Works. The M9A1 rocket launcher was an

Lot: 1144 - (N) AS CAPTURED AND DEACTIVATED KOKURA

This is a Kokura manufactured Japanese Type 99 machine manufactured by Kokura in 1942, September, brought home by a World War II Veteran, deactivated, registered, and left essentially untouched. Visible serial numbers are matching on barrel,

Lot: 1145 - (N) DANIEL DEFENSE DDM4ISR SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE

Daniel Defense produced DDM4ISR in standard DDM4ISR configuration with 9" barrel with integral suppressor bring the barrel length to a non-SBR 16 - 1/4", with 15" Daniel Defense rail with continuous 1913 top raid, Keymod attachment points on bottom

Lot: 1146 - (D) DESIRABLE PENN ARMS STRIKER 12 DESTRUCTIVE

Strikers and Streetsweepers were declared Destructive Devices in 1994 but are still very popular as breaching shotguns for tactical teams, EOD teams who want to remotely detonate ordnance, and recreational shooters. 12 round revolving drum with

Lot: 1147 - (N) MINT G.R.A.D. MODEL RS1 BAYONET REVOLVER (ANY

The G.R.A.D. (Global Research And Development) bayonet-revolver conceals a .22 LR six shot revolver within the handle. This firearm incorporates a six round capacity revolving cylinder within the handle. Pressing the low profile fold-out trigger in

Lot: 1148 - (N) MARLIN CAMP 45 CARBINE WITH INTEGRAL

Marlin Camp 45 with suppressed barrel built by S&H Arms. Barrel has internal porting to bleed off gasses. Garand style safety, manual option for bolt hold open. Wooden stock with checkered forend, checkered pistol grip, brown rubber buttplate.

Lot: 1149 - (N) UNIQUE HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON .410 BORE HANDY

H&R produced approximately 54,000 of these guns between 1921 and the passage of the National Firearms Act in 1934. Very popular for both home defense and the hunting of small game, it's no wonder why so many of these were produced. There are also

Lot: 1150 - (N) HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON .410 BORE HANDY GUN

H&R produced approximately 54,000 of these guns between 1921 and the passage of the National Firearms Act in 1934. Very popular for both home defense and the hunting of small game, it's no wonder why so many of these were produced. There are also

Lot: 1151 - (M) ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC TIPPMANN FUNCTIONAL SCALE

This fabulous Tippmann produced Gatling gun stands just under 37” high on its stand without vertical feed magazine in place. Overall length of gun as mounted with traverse handle included is just under 39” with a display footprint also of

Lot: 1152 - (M) FURR 1/4 SCALE FUNCTIONAL MINIATURE POLICE

Overall length 15", height is 20" with drum. Very attractive Furr miniature in brass with steel barrels, miniature of the Colt Model of 1893 Gatling gun. Six barrel cluster rotates when rear crank handle turned clockwise. Miniature sights. Mounted on

Lot: 1153 - (M) MIKE SUCHKA REDUCED SIZE WORKING REPRODUCTION

This is one of only 21 Mike Sucka manufactured reduced sized reproduction Hotchkiss revolving cannons made to commemorate the 110th anniversary of this model gun in 1997. Beautiful brass and steel construction with 17 - 1/2” long five-barrel

Lot: 1154 - (M) EXTREMELY ATTRACTIVE AND RARE FURR 1/3 SCALE

Gun is brass and steel construction in precise scale with ten 12-1/2" barrels with brass housing, rails and trunnions. It is set up for the Broadwell drum and is accompanied by one 220 round complete drum. Mounted on a miniature scale walnut field

Lot: 1155 - (M) VALLEY ENGRAVING REPLICA COLT 1878 GATLING GUN

Wonderful reproduction ten barrel Gatling with 18" barrel cluster mounted in original type brass housing with steel frame. Trunnions are 1 - 1/4" and the cascabel is 2". The articulated magazine base is for a Broadwell drum. Mounted in an iron yoke

Lot: 1156 - SCARCE ORIGINAL MATCHING NUMBERS NEW YORK COLT

This is a proper drum for a Colt Model 1921 Thompson. Marked on faceplate "MAGAZINE TYPE "L"/ THOMPSON SUBMACHINE GUN/ 50 CARTRIDGES CAL. 45/ WIND TO 11 CLICKS/ NO.1054". Marked on the backplate "AUTO-ORDNANCE CORP/ NEW YORK N.R., U.S.A./ PATENTED/

Lot: 1157 - GIANT SIZE BROWNING MODEL 1919A6 MACHINE GUN

Large armorer’s training aid about 79" long by 18" high and about 7" wide mounted on its original plywood base with an aluminum National Guard property tag that includes model and serial number. Used in the 1950’s and 1960’s as

Lot: 1158 - A RARE AND HISTORIC PROTOTYPE MCCLEAN MACHINE GUN

When Samuel McClean failed to interest the Army or Navy in his automatic cannon, he instead worked with Lieutenant Colonel O.M. Lissak to develop a man portable machine gun that could be fired from the shoulder. The design eventually turned into the

Lot: 1159 - LOT OF TWO NEAR MINT M3 GROUND TRIPODS FOR

Two post-World War II M3 Tripods for Browning M2 HB machine gun. Includes just one set of mounting stirrup and Traverse and Elevation mechanism. CONDITION: Both tripods are near excellent gray parkerized finish. One tripod is new in original silver

Lot: 1160 - COMPLETE INGLIS BREN MK II 1943 LIGHT MACHINE GUN

Complete kit with all sections of the cut receiver. Cuts have been cleaned and filed down at some point. Dated 1943. Markings are clear. One magazine. British wood transit case. Also comes with the Bren gun tripod pintle (no tripod). CONDITION: Parts

Lot: 1161 - LOT OF FOUR M2 GROUND TRIPODS FOR BROWNING 1919A4

Two of these tripods are World War II dated. Both manufactured by Evans Products Corporation and one is dated 1944, and the other 1945. The other two (the better condition tripods) are post World War II manufacture. No pintles (stirrups) or Traverse

Lot: 1162 - (A) RARE 1ST MODEL VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY FLINTLOCK

For another example of this model see number 114 on page 240 of "Historic Pistols" by Samuel E. Smith and Edwin W. Bitter. This model was made between 1805 and 1811. The pistol has a round smoothbore barrel marked at the breech with a partially

Lot: 1163 - (A) A FINE AND HISTORIC PRE-CULLODEN ALL STEEL

Attributed to Thomas Caddell. Pistol is believed to have belonged to Gordon Stewart of Drumin, an active Jacobite who lived in Drumin, a small village near the Glenlivet Distillery. Stewart never participated in Culloden, but was later taken prisoner

Lot: 1164 - (A) US MODEL 1807 CONTRACT PISTOL SIGNED J. GUEST.

For another identical example, see "Historic Pistols" pages 214-215 by Samuel E. Smith and Edwin W. Bitter. John Guest was a partner in the firm of Henry Guest & Brong in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. They entered a contract dated November

Lot: 1165 - (A) US MODEL 1805 HARPER'S FERRY FLINTLOCK PISTOL

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

Lot: 1166 - (A) RARE US MODEL 1808/1811 TRANSITIONAL FLINTLOCK

This unusual specimen has both features of the Model 1808 and 1811 Martial pistols, but does not fit the specifications of either. It is known by many collectors to be the Model 1808-1811 transitional model. In addition, it has no "US" inspector

Lot: 1167 - (A) VERY RARE JOHN MILES VIRGINIA CONTRACT

Prior to the Virginia Manufactory being able to produce pistols on its own, John Miles Sr. of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania delivered approximately 250 pairs of pistols to Virginia to arm their cavalry during 1802-1804. The first of these pistols were

Lot: 1168 - (A) A VERY RARE ALL STEEL SCOTTISH LOBE BUTT

Heavily swamped steel barrel, fluted at breech with integral back sight, muzzle swamped and octagonal. Heavily engraved throughout its length with scrolls and Scottish themes. Pierced ramrod is an excellent replacement. The steel full stock engraved

Lot: 1169 - (A) FINE PAIR OF SILVER MOUNTED BELGIAN FLINTLOCK

These fine silver mounted officer's pistols are the type that would have been used in America during the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary War. Unmarked two-stage round barrels separated by a series of rings. Both have applied silver front

Lot: 1170 - (A) MODEL 1807 US CONTRACT PISTOL BY J. HENRY.

For a nearly identical example, see pages 202 and 203, number 96 in "Historic Pistols" by Samuel E. Smith and Edwin W. Bitter. This is one of the standard 1807 Contract pistols supplied by Henry under two contracts, one for 150 pairs and the other

Lot: 1171 - (A) U.S. MODEL 1811 FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL BY

This is one of only 606 made of the early pinned barrel versions of the Model 1811 pistol. There were only 2,000 Model 1811 pistols of two variations, produced between 1811 and 1813 by Simeon North. This is the earlier of the two types, the second

Lot: 1172 - (A) J. HENRY NAVY FLINTLOCK BELT PISTOL.

For a similar example, see pages 204 and 205, number 97 in "Historic Pistols" by Samuel E. Smith and Edwin W. Bitter. This is one of the almost unknown 1812 Contract pistols supplied by to the US Navy during the War of 1812. There were a total of 460

Lot: 1173 - (A) FLINTLOCK NAVY PISTOL BY T. FRENCH.

For a similar example with the same markings, see number 125 on pages 262-263 of "Historic Pistols" by Samuel E. Smith and Edwin W. Bitter. All French pistols were made in Canton, Massachusetts between 1810 and 1815 and were used in the War of 1812.

Lot: 1174 - (A) VERY RARE JOHN MILES VIRGINIA CONTRACT

Prior to the Virginia Manufactory being able to produce pistols on its own, John Miles Sr. of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania delivered approximately 250 pairs of pistols to Virginia to arm their cavalry during 1802-1804. The first of these pistols were

Lot: 1175 - (A) VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY FIRST MODEL FLINTLOCK

For another example of this model see number 114 on page 240 of "Historic Pistols" by Samuel E. Smith and Edwin W. Bitter. This model was made between 1805 and 1811. The pistol has a round smoothbore barrel marked at the breech with a deeply struck

Lot: 1176 - (A) A VERY RARE GERMAN FLINTLOCK GRENADE OR BOMB

The four stage brass barrel forming a cup at the muzzle of 3 - 1/2" diameter, touch hole bushed with iron. Flat beveled lock engraved with scrollwork on a punched ground. Molded walnut full stock carved at breech. Solid sideplate. Steel trigger

Lot: 1177 - (A) SCARCE AND DESIRABLE U.S. MODEL 1813 FLINTLOCK

Only 1,626 of this model were made by Simeon North between 1813 and 1815. This makes it rarer than the Model 1799 North & Cheney martial pistol, as less were made. The original government contract called for 20,000 of these but due to harsh

Lot: 1178 - (A) A GOOD PAIR OF SILVER MOUNTED BRASS-BARRELED

This handsome pair of English flints features unusual brass octagonal barrels with Birmingham proofs and a large letter R on side of breech. Stepped and bolted locks signed J&W Richards. Plain swan neck cocks with border engraving. Frizzens

Lot: 1179 - (A) SCARCE US MODEL 1811 FLINTLOCK MARTIAL PISTOL

This is one of only 606 made of the early pinned barrel versions of the Model 1811 pistol. There were only 2,000 Model 1811 pistols of two variations, produced between 1811 and 1813 by Simeon North. This is the earlier of the two types, the second

Lot: 1180 - (A) PAIR OF EXPERIMENTAL THREE-SHOT PISTOLS BY

One of of the two is photographed and featured as number 145 on pages 298-299 of "Historic Pistols" by Samuel E. Smith and Edwin W. Bitter. The book states that these three-shot pistols were made between 1815 and 1820 by Peter Peloux of Philadelphia.

Lot: 1181 - (A) A RARE AND SUPERB PAIR OF FRENCH FLINTLOCK

The quality of this pair of pistols cannot be too highly praised. If they were made during the period of the great exhibitions they would surely be on display as masterpieces of the French gunmaker's art. The deeply rifled steel barrels are chiseled

Lot: 1182 - (A) SCARCE US MODEL 1799 1ST CONTRACT NORTH &

Scarce original and correct 1st Contract North & Cheney pistol. Under 2,000 specimens are believed to have been made by Simeon North and Elisha Cheney of Berlin, Connecticut between 1799 and 1802. Copied after the French Model 1777 pistol, it is

Lot: 1183 - (A) MAGNIFICENT FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY PISTOL BY PETER

This splendid pistol with rifled brass octagonal barrel fully signed on top flat "P & D Moll, Hellerstown". Peter and David Moll formed their partnership in 1835 in Hellerstown, Northampton County, Pennsylvania. The heavy octagonal barrel has

Lot: 1184 - (A) US MODEL 1805 HARPER'S FERRY FLINTLOCK PISTOL,

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

Lot: 1185 - (A) RARE US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1817 FLINTLOCK

Of standard configuration throughout, this is a superior specimen of this large, handsome and desirable pistol. With approximately only 600 manufactured, this is one of the rarest US Martial pistols. The 11" barrel, dated 1818, crisply stamped with a

Lot: 1186 - (A) A VERY RARE DIMINUTIVE SCOTTISH ALL STEEL

The short and heavily engraved barrel is elegantly fluted at breech, integral back sight, engraving of foliage between the wedding bands. Signed Stirling just behind the muzzle, which has three finely executed wedding bands. Steel full stock

Lot: 1187 - (A) RARE SIMEON NORTH 1813 ETCHED CHRISTMAS

Very rare Simeon North 1811-1813 transition or “Flat-Lock” flintlock martial pistol. The original U.S. government contract called for 20,000 of model 1813 pistols to be made, but due to harsh recoil and large size, the contract was revised

Lot: 1188 - (A) US MODEL 1807 FLINTLOCK CONTRACT PISTOL BY

For a nearly identical example, see pages 202 and 203, number 96 in "Historic Pistols" by Samuel E. Smith and Edwin W. Bitter. This is one of the standard 1807 Contract pistols supplied by Henry under two contracts, one for 150 pairs and the other

Lot: 1189 - (A) US MODEL 1808 BAG GRIP NAVY FLINTLOCK PISTOL

Only 3,000 of these pistols were made by Simeon North between 1808 and 1810. They feature a steel belt hook for naval use. Round steel smoothbore barrel is unmarked, which is correct for this model. Flat lockplate stamped with large eagle over "U.

Lot: 1190 - (A) 1826 FLINTLOCK MILITIA PISTOL BY J.J. HENRY.

For an identical example, see number 98 on pages 206-207 of "Historic Pistols" by Samuel E. Smith and Edwin W. Bitter. This pistol has an unmarked round barrel with a small brass front sight and a dished iron rear sight mounted on tang. Flat

Lot: 1191 - (A) RARE AND DESIRABLE 1ST TYPE SPRINGFIELD MODEL

These enormous United States martial pistols have always captured the attention of American collectors. This Type I has a barrel dated 1818. Eagle head and "VP" proof marks at breech. CONDITION: Minor pitting throughout its length, more pronounced

Lot: 1192 - (A) RARE USN MODEL 1842 DERINGER BOX LOCK

Sometimes referred to as a Model 1843 Navy pistol. This is of standard configuration with the rare marking variation of "U.S.N./ 1847" marked at rear of lock and just a "P" mark on the barrel near breech. Standard full "DERINGER / PHILADELPHIA" on

Lot: 1193 - (A) 1813 TYPE FLINTLOCK PISTOL BY HENRY DERINGER.

For a similar example, see number 140 on pages 288-289 in "Historic Pistols" by Samuel E. Smith and Edwin W. Bitter. This pistol is to the identical specifications of the 1813 Maryland Contract pistols, but is not marked "Maryland". the round,

Lot: 1194 - (A) GOOD MODEL 1816 S. NORTH FLINTLOCK MARTIAL

Of standard configuration throughout with the early type "S. NORTH" in a downward curve and the middle "MIDLN CON" in an upward curve. Total manufactured 19,374. Barrel deeply struck "VP" over "U.S.". Lock with deeply struck markings "S. NORTH" over

Lot: 1195 - (A) SIMEON NORTH MODEL 1826 FLINTLOCK NAVY BELT

Only 3,000 of these were made between 1826 and 1829, and this example is dated 1828. Original belt hook on the left side of the pistol. Good cartouche. CONDITION: Gun remains in fine untouched condition. Even age patina with pitting and rust.

Lot: 1196 - (A) FLINTLOCK MILITIA PISTOL ATTRIBUTED TO J.

For a similar example, see number 94 and pages 198-199 of "Historic Pistols" by Samuel E. Smith and Edwin W. Bitter. This pistol is similar to the Maryland state contract pistols but without the markings and with no sideplate. The round, steel barrel

Lot: 1197 - (A) FANTASTIC TRYON FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE.

A Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania made flintlock Kentucky style rifle with full octagon rifled barrel stamped "TRYON. PHILADA." and "P" in circle proof at breech on left barrel flat. Flat lockplate stamped "DREPPERD / LANCASTER" in center.

Lot: 1198 - (A) SCARCE BAYONETED FLINTLOCK PENNSYLVANIA

For another nearly identical example, see pages 309-311 of "American Military Shoulder Arms, Volume II" by George D. Moller. Probably circa 1814, when two companies ordered rifles for their men. An accompanying letter from Joe Kindig states that the

Lot: 1199 - (A) 1814 PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA RIFLE BY JACOB

According to various documents these rifles were contracted by the Pennsylvania State Government for various state militia units circa 1814. This gun was produced by Jacob Dickert of Lancaster, Pennsylvania and is signed in script on the top of the

Lot: 1200 - (A) BAYONETED FLINTLOCK CONTRACT OR MILITIA RIFLE

Jacob Doll was a York, Pennsylvania gunsmith. This rifle is in the style of the 1792 Contract rifles, but is not marked with US Government or Pennsylvania inspection or proofmarks. This suggests that it was possibly made for militia use. The deeply

Lot: 1201 - (A) EARLY FULLSTOCK RELIEF-CARVED KENTUCKY

This rifle was prominently displayed as part of the 2018 Powder Horn Exhibit at Fort Pitt Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For an example by the same hand, see rifle number 76 on pages 203 and 204 in the book "Thoughts on the Kentucky Rifle in its

Lot: 1202 - (A) 1814 JACOB DICKERT PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA RIFLE.

Jacob Dickert was contracted to make these rifles in 1814 and according "American Shoulder Arms Vol II" by George Moller these arms are very scarce with under twenty being made by Dickert. Rifle has correct 38-1/4" octagon barrel with muzzle turned

Lot: 1203 - (A) RARE AND PUBLISHED A. CARRUTH SOUTH CAROLINA

A. Carruth of Greenville, South Carolina made approximately 3,031 muskets under contract between 1818-1822. Type I configuration. This gun is dated 1818 and features the lock marking of "A.CARRUTH" in a slight arch under a US eagle. The barrel has

Lot: 1204 - (A) FINE FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY LONGRIFLE ATTRIBUTED

Full length, unsigned rifled octagonal barrel with dovetailed and decorated silver front blade sight and iron rear sight centered on the block and engraved with decoration. The muzzle is also decorated with concentric circles. The flat lockplate is

Lot: 1205 - (A) NORTHWEST INDIAN TRADE FOWLER WITH LOCK MARKED

Probably circa 1840. Tryon of Philadelphia was a large-scale gun manufacturer and supplied fur trade companies, Indian agents, merchants, and the American government with rifles, muskets, fowlers and pistols. Two-stage smoothbore barrel with blade

Lot: 1206 - (A) WAR OF 1812 PERIOD FLINTLOCK MILITIA RIFLE BY

The rifle has a full length octagonal smoothbore barrel, top flat marked "J. HENRY PHILA". Rear sight was moved 5" forward during period. Flat lockplate decorated with sprig of engraving at tail and featuring a roller frizzen. Brass furniture is

Lot: 1207 - (A) FINE 1840'S HENRY HALF STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLE.

Heavy octagonal barrel stamped "J. HENRY/ & SON"on top flat, rifle sights mounted on top. Plain walnut halfstock with browned iron furniture. Borwn finished unmarked percussion lock with double set triggers. Wood has a "M" stamped behind trigger

Lot: 1208 - (A) FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE SIGNED JOHN MOLL, JR.

John Moll II was born May 13th, 1773. On November 13th, 1796 John II joined with one of the oldest families of Allentown by marrying Elizabeth Newhard, eldest daughter of John Michael Lorentz Newhard and Mary Eckert. John Newhard was the brother of

Lot: 1209 - (A) FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE SIGNED "PY" FOR PETER

Octagonal barrel with large, engraved silver plaque, signed in script "PY" for Peter Young and engraved with borders. One gold band and one silver band are at the muzzle; the gold band probably applied later. The rear sight is almost exactly in the

Lot: 1210 - (A) SCARCE 1807 FLINTLOCK CONTRACT RIFLE BY J.

Marked on the top barrel flat "PHILA J. HENRY" in stamped block letters, this gun exhibits all the characteristics of this contract along with a few that didn't conform to this contract. Makers often deviated from specs. Gun has octagon to round

Lot: 1211 - (A) RELIEF CARVED FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE

Reading school flintlock Kentucky attributed to John Bonewitz of Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania. Full unmarked octagon smoothbore swamped barrel with rifle sights. Correct Germanic flintlock with two line markings at rear of lock with styled single

Lot: 1212 - (A) FULLSTOCK FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE SIGNED JOHN

This classic Lehigh County longrifle has a full length octagonal barrel, signed "John Moll Jr" in script on the top flat towards the breech. Front sight is of brass and rear sight is centered on the block. Both sights have a line inscribed in front

Lot: 1213 - (A) PETER KUNTZ ATTRIBUTED LEHIGH COUNTY KENTUCKY

Sliding wooden patchbox flintlock Kentucky rifle with "J.J. Henry" marked flint lock. Consignor attributes this rifle to "Peter Kuntz". Brass Lehigh style "Arrow" sideplate with "pinched" Lehigh style trigger guard. Plain maple stock with Lehigh

Lot: 1214 - (A) FULLSTOCK FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE SIGNED

This rifle is signed "Peter Moll Hellerstown No. 140" on its full octagon barrel. Peter Moll, son of John Moll II, was born October 13th, 1799 in Allentown, Pennsylvania and was baptized November 17th, 1799. Peter was assigned to active duty August

Lot: 1215 - (A) FULLSTOCK FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE ATTRIBUTED

This rifle, circa 1815-1825, was built around Allentown in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. The rifle is attributed to Peter Kuntz. This is one of three known Peter Kuntz rifles, and was displayed in the Kentucky Rifle Association's President's display.

Lot: 1216 - (A) US MODEL 1808 SPRINGFIELD TYPE II FLINTLOCK

Springfield manufactured musket with flintlock dated 1808 at rear and marked "US" over eagle, over "Springfield" in front of cock. Musket style smoothbore barrel with bayonet lug and marked at breech with "P", "Eagle head" and "V" proofs near left of

Lot: 1217 - (A) FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE SIGNED HENRY YOUNG ON

Henry Young worked with his brother, John, in Northampton County, Pennsylvania and later in Luzerne County. Full length rifled octagon barrel with front dovetailed brass sight and small rear sight centered on the block. Flat, engraved lockplate

Lot: 1218 - (A) ORIGINAL PALMETTO ARMORY SOUTH CAROLINA MODEL

Standard 1842 pistol configuration. Brass mounted. This gun is well marked on the lock with "PALMETTO. ARMORY./ S*C." surrounding a "spiral tree" with the lowest frond touching the trunk on the right side. Early production with a sharper Palmetto

Lot: 1219 - (A) FINE CASED PAIR OF AMERICAN PERCUSSION

Owned by Charles Perry Sinnickson, a prominent Philadelphian. The 9 - 3/8" browned octagonal barrels with blued dovetailed foresight, stamped "J. E. EVANS PHILADA". Shaped case hardened breeches with fine floral engraving, barrel tangs with fine

Lot: 1220 - (A) VERY FINE LARGE MORIL, MOSMAN & BLAIR

Bowie blade measures 13" overall and 1-1/2" in width and is superbly etched with American eagle clutching arrows and leaves, further in panel Elgin's patent with a man battling a very fierce bear, holding aloft an Elgin cutlass pistol. The left side

Lot: 1221 - (A) FINE MODEL 1855 SPRINGFIELD SINGLE SHOT

Of standard configuration throughout, this is a far better than average example of this large and handsome Martial pistol. The barrel with deeply struck "VP" over eagle dated 1855. The lock struck "US SPRINGFIELD" dated 1856. Federal eagle adorns the

Lot: 1222 - (A) A GOOD CASED PAIR OF BELGIAN PERCUSSION TARGET

The 8 - 5/8" octagonal barrels numbered 1 and 2 with extremely attractive and elaborate Damascus twist pattern and micro-groove rifling. The diminutive back action locks of unusual type, case hardened and engraved with floral designs and border

Lot: 1223 - (A) A FINE PAIR OF BELGIAN PERCUSSION SINGLE SHOT

These fine pistols are preserved in untouched, pristine condition throughout. Plain blued octagonal barrels retain nearly all their original bright blue finish. The bolted front action locks have simple floral engraving. Elegant signature. The hammer

Lot: 1224 - (A) US MODEL 1842 SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION MARTIAL

Pistol itself is a Model 1842 by H. Aston, a standard configuration throughout except for the brass extra, which is slotted where the experimental shoulder stock attaches. Shoulder stock attaches and has a string released button on trigger guard

Lot: 1225 - (A) UNMARKED FLINTLOCK MASSACHUSETTS MILITIA

For a nearly identical example, see number 123 and pages 256-257 of "Historic Pistols" by Samuel E. Smith and Edwin W. Bitter. Pistols of this type with barrels dated either 1814 or 1815 are believed to have been made late in the War of 1812 for

Lot: 1226 - (A) RARE POSSIBLY UNIQUE ALLEN & THURBER

The round barrel with side flats stamped at breech "U.S. INSPECTOR JCS". The frame clearly marked on left side "ALLEN AND THURBER, GRAFTON, MASS.". Configuration not found in Flayderman. Figured walnut grips affixed with two screws, stirrup rammer.

Lot: 1227 - (A) A GOOD CASED SET OF ENGLISH PERCUSSION RIFLED

William Mills was the equal of Purdey, or virtually any early 19th century English gunmaker. These pistols exemplify his quality of manufacture throughout. The 9 - 1/4" fully rifled and sighted barrels have border engraving at the muzzle, engraving

Lot: 1228 - (A) RARE U.S. MODEL 1842 NAVY RIFLED BOX LOCK

Less than 200 pistols of this model were manufactured by Deringer with deep seven-groove rifling. This was the first government contract pistol ever made with a rifled bore. Round rifled steel barrel with generous traces of brown finish and small

Lot: 1229 - (A) INCREDIBLE AND EXTREMELY RARE AMES MODEL 1842

This pistol is extremely rare, with only 144 purchased by the United States Revenue Cutter Service in 1843. All of these were inspected by Joseph C. Bragg and show his initials in a cartouche, and are U.S.R. marked with a date of 1843. The smoothbore

Lot: 1230 - (A) SCARCE EARLY MODEL AMES 1842 USN BOXLOCK

This style is sometimes referred to as the Model 1843 Navy pistol. This variation is the very scarce and earliest model featuring a beveled lockplate. Only 300 of these were made before the design was changed to a flat lock. The barrel tang is dated

Lot: 1231 - (A) ENGRAVED COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER

Serial number 100876 manufactured in 1861. Matching serial numbers on barrel, frame, trigger guard, backstrap, loading lever, and cylinder. Replaced wedge marked "480". 7 - 1/2" octagon barrel marked in one line "ADDRESS SAM'L COLT HARTFORD CT." Blue

Lot: 1232 - (A) CASED COLT MODEL 1851 LONDON NAVY PERCUSSION

Colt's London factory built approximately 42,000 Model 1851 Navies from 1853 with Hartford parts through 1856. This is an early production gun, being built in 1853. Standard blue and case color, and varnished one piece walnut grips. Colt London

Lot: 1233 - (A) CASED LONDON COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION PISTOL.

Serial number 37421 manufactured in 1854, matching numbers on all major components. British proof marks on barrel lug and cylinder. 7-1/2" octagon barrel marked "ADDRESS COL. COLT LONDON". Frame and cylinder marked "COLTS PATENT". Letters "M" and "K"

Lot: 1234 - (A) CASED COLT MODEL 1851 LONDON NAVY PERCUSSION

High condition 1851 Navy manufactured during 1855 in Colt's London factory. Standard full octagon barrel with Colt London address. Blue and case color with blue steel backstrap and trigger guard. British proof marks on barrel lug and cylinder. One

Lot: 1235 - (A) RARE CASED PAIR OF ENGRAVED COLT MODEL 1849

Serial numbers 33612 & 33633. Both revolvers are virtually identical, blue and color case hardened with 6" octagon barrels, engraved “Saml Colt” addresses, pin front sights with #33612 having a right hand address and #33633 having a

Lot: 1236 - (A) RARE MARTIALLY MARKED FIRST MODEL COLT DRAGOON

Outstanding revolver with rare "U.S Dragoons" marked .44 caliber cylinder. Standard configuration with 7 - 1/2 inch part round, part octagon barrel, oval cylinder stop slots, square back brass trigger guard. One piece walnut grips with clear "SK" for

Lot: 1237 - (A) SUPERB COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY REVOLVER.

Unique Colt Model 1851 with standard octagon barrel with one line barrel marking "-ADDRESS SAML COLT NEW YORK CITY-" with six shot cylinder showing W.L. Ormsby's roll die naval battle scene and marked "COLTS PATENT NO." No serial numbers or any other

Lot: 1238 - (A) COLT 1860 PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Post Civil War production (1868) civilian "New Model Army" (NMA), 5th variation, not cut for shoulder stock, full round barrel, rebated cylinder with strong Naval battle scene. Brass trigger guard with steel backstrap. Matching serial numbers on

Lot: 1239 - (A) METROPLITAN 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

During the height of the American Civil War the Colt Manufacturing Co. suffered a serious tragedy. It started on February 4, 1864 when fire broke out destroying the Colt manufacturing plant in Hartford Connecticut. The devastating fire destroyed

Lot: 1240 - (A) RARE AND UNUSUAL SHERRARD, TAYLOR & CO.

This is an extremely unusual gun in that it does not conform to other known Tucker & Sherrard made guns, however accompanying documentation suggests that this could not only be correct, but also an extremely important piece in the Tucker &

Lot: 1241 - (A) SCARCE PAIR OF MATCHING NICKEL PLATED COLT

Offered is a pair of Colt 1860 .44 caliber Army revolvers both made in 1862 with all standard features such as rebated cylinders with naval scene and both are cut for shoulder stocks. Both appear to be factory or at least period plated with varnished

Lot: 1242 - (A) RARE AND VERY DESIRABLE 8" BARREL COLT 1860

Manufactured 1867. Only a handful of Colt 1860 Armies bear the address "Col. Colt London". This one is even rarer as it has no London proofs, so it was finished for London but never sent. CONDITION: Barrel retains much original bright blue finish

Lot: 1243 - (A) A FINE AND RARE TWO TRIGGER CASED TRANTER

This is a 3rd Model Tranter with the "hesitating mechanism". The 3 - 5/8" octagon barrel with a .360 measured bore, finely engraved at breech. The frame is finely engraved with best quality English scrollwork. The retailer's name framed in a reserve

Lot: 1244 - (A) CASED BRITISH PROOFED COLT MODEL 1862 POCKET

High condition full blue finish Model 1862 Colt Pocket Police. Typically you would see these beautiful revolvers with case colored frames, but this unique example was finished in London with a high polish blue finish on frame, barrel, and cylinder.

Lot: 1245 - (A) CASED COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Manufactured 1856. Colt Model 1851 Navy, .36 Cal, with New York address. Blue and case color finish with one piece walnut varnish stocks and Ormsby naval cylinder scene. Cased in period Colt pattern case with dark burgundy lining and Colt patriotic

Lot: 1246 - (A) SCARCE BAKER'S PATENT ENGLISH PERCUSSION

5-1/2" octagonal to round barrel with nickeled silver foresight and no provision for loading lever. The round cylinder with British proofs, the frame with recoil shield, sparsely engraved, signed "T. K. BAKER LONDON", the spurred hammer engraved

Lot: 1247 - (A) FACTORY ENGRAVED MASSACHUSETTS ARMS CO.

Offered is a fine condition Massachusetts Arms revolver. CONDITION: The tang and hammer still show nice case colors. Band still shows 98% fire blue. The cylinder shows at least half of its original fire blue with sharp cylinder scene. The Maynard

Lot: 1248 - (A) ENGRAVED 2ND GENERATION COLT 1851 NAVY

Possibly factory engraved second generation revolver made between 1971-1978. Engraving is very well executed with extensive silver inlay wire work. 7-1/2 inch barrel marked "Address SAML COLT NEW-YORK CITY", Colts patent on left side of frame. Ormsby

Lot: 1249 - (A) COMMEMORATIVE SET (2 OF 40) COLT 1860 ARMY

One of only 40 sets that were enhanced beyond the standard edition US Cavalry commemorative with gold line at muzzle, gold stars on cylinder, gold Rampant Colt on left side of barrel and numbered in gold on frame "2 of 40". Otherwise, they have same

Lot: 1250 - (A) CASED FACTORY ENGRAVED IVORY GRIPPED COLT

Serial number 23634P for 1863. A genuine factory engraved Colt police. Barrel with standard address "Colt's USA, New York, US America". Barrel engraving consists of a three leaf clover amidst scrolls on a punch dot background. Cylinder engraved on

Lot: 1251 - (A) U.S COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

High condition, nickel plated, U.S. Martially marked, late third model 1851 Navy revolver. 7 - 1/2 inch octagon barrel with one line New York address, manufactured in 1856, small trigger guard, top of backstrap stamped "C", left side of frame marked

Lot: 1252 - (A) GOOD CIVILIAN COLT 3RD MODEL DRAGOON SERIAL

A fine example of Colt's four-pounder, serial number 15387. Has a 7-1/2" barrel. Clear barrel address, matching wedge, and clean forcing cone. Matching cylinder with clear etched panel Model USMR and W. L. Wormsby signature. CONDITION: Barrel has

Lot: 1253 - (A) RARE SILVER PLATED COLT 1860 ARMY PERCUSSION

By evidence of small letter "s" above serial numbers located on all major parts, this rare and unusual early Civilian Model Colt 1860 Army left the Colt factory in 1862 fully silver plated. Serial number 81307 is present on all parts with a small

Lot: 1254 - (A) COLT 1862 POCKET NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Serial number 8919 manufactured in 1862. 5 - 1/2" barrel with one line New York address. 5 shot rebated cylinder with stagecoach holdup scene. Varnished one piece walnut grips. Blue with case hardened frame and hammer. Complete with walnut partition

Lot: 1255 - (A) COLT MARTIALLY MARKED SECOND MODEL DRAGOON

Serial number 10092, manufactured in 1851. Matching serial numbers on all major components including the loading lever and wedge. Octagon to round 7 - 1/2" barrel marked "ADDRESS SAM'L COLT NEW-YORK CITY". Blue with case hardened frame, loading

Lot: 1256 - (A) COLT MODEL 1862 POLICE REVOLVER WITH CASE AND

Serial number 17596, manufactured in 1863. Matching serial numbers on major components. 4 - 1/2" barrel with creeping style loading lever. Barrel marked in one line "ADDRESS COL SAML COLT NEW-YORK U.S. AMERICA". Left side of frame marked "COLTS

Lot: 1257 - (A) LONDON CASED COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION

London manufactured in 1855, blue and case color with silver plated backstrap and trigger guard. Deluxe English partition style case with correct brass bullet mold, English style flask, cleaning rod, nipple wrench, Eley percussion cap tin, and

Lot: 1258 - (A) EXCEPTIONAL CASED COLT 1862 POCKET POLICE

Blue and color case hardened with 4 - 1/2" round barrel, brass pin front sight and one line New-York U.S. America address. It has "COLTS PATENT" on left side of frame and caliber marking on left shoulder of trigger guard. Cylinder is half fluted and

Lot: 1259 - (A) CASED COLT 1849 POCKET WELLS FARGO PERCUSION

Scarce high condition "Wells Fargo" style 1849 Pocket Model. Collectors refer to this variation as "Wells Fargo" due to short barrel and lack of a loading lever, however no known affiliation with the Wells Fargo Company is known. This particular

Lot: 1260 - (A) CASED PAIR OF CONSECUTIVE COLT 1849 POCKET

Consecutive serial numbered iron mounted Colt Model 1849 Pocket Model revolvers with 6 inch barrels and housed in London Oak dual case with flask and accessories. Six shot, .31 caliber, with single line New York address. Stagecoach cylinder scene.

Lot: 1261 - (A) FACTORY ENGRAVED AND CASED COLT MODEL 1849

As documented by accompanying Colt archival letter dated May 18th, 1999 and signed by Kathleen J. Hoyt, Curator, Colt Model 1849 serial number 187254 left the factory on September 25th, 1861 and was shipped to B. Kittredge & Company in

Lot: 1262 - (A) RARE COLT FLUCK DRAGOON PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

This rare and unique model Colt revolver has been referred to by several titles and subject of much conjecture of origin and production numbers. Sometimes misidentified as a First Model Dragoon. Most commonly referred to by collectors as the "Fluck"

Lot: 1263 - (A) MAGNIFICENT, CASED GUSTAVE YOUNG ENGRAVED

Nothing short of spectacular, this ’51 Navy is of the finest of Colt Revolvers that we have had the opportunity to examine. It has the standard 7 - 1/2 octagonal barrel, brass pin front sight and one line New York City address with dashes. Left

Lot: 1264 - (A) A VERY FINE AND RARE CASED NO. 2 BELT MODEL

A remarkably fine cased No. 2 Belt Model Paterson with all original accessories and extremely rare matching spare cylinder. CONDITION: The 5 - 1/2" barrel retains most of its original bluing with portions still extremely bright. Barrel address Patent

Lot: 1265 - (A) IMPORTANT CASED COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY

Serial number 4740, manufactured in 1861. Matching serial numbers on all major components including the wedge. 8" barrel with German silver front sight, marked in one line "-ADDRESS COL. SAM'L COLT NEW-YORK U.S. AMERICA-". .44 caliber rebated

Lot: 1266 - (A) CASED COLT POCKET MODEL NAVY PERCUSSION

Scarce Model Colt Pocket Navy, less than 22,000 total production. Five shot, rebated cylinder. Blue and case color finish with varnished one piece walnut grips. Stagecoach "hold-up" scene on cylinder. New York address on barrel. Matching serial

Lot: 1267 - (A) COLT FIRST MODEL MARTIALLY MARKED DRAGOON

Serial number 5677, manufactured in 1849. Matching serial numbers on all major components including the loading lever and wedge. Octagon to round 7 - 1/2" barrel marked "SAM'L COLT NEW YORK CITY" reading from breech forward. Blue with case hardened

Lot: 1268 - (A) CUT-DOWN MODEL COLT 1855 REVOLVING SHOTGUN.

Very interesting, possible Civil War period modified Colt Model 1855 revolving shotgun. Pictured on the cover of April 1975 edition of 'The Gun Report'. Most interesting article with much conjecture on the origin and construction of this massive, now

Lot: 1269 - (A) CASED COLT 1855 ROOT MODEL 2 PERCUSSION

Colt Model 1855 Sidehammer pocket revolver, most commonly referred to as a "Root" after the Colt designer Elisha Root. This particular revolver serial number 8446 is a Model 2 with the pointing hand motif on the Hartford barrel address. Matching

Lot: 1270 - (A) CASED & NICKEL PLATED BRITISH PROOFED COLT

Serial number 40394, manufactured in 1854. Matching serial numbers on all major components except wedge marked 0731. Octagon barrel marked "-ADDRESS COL. COLT LONDON-" left side of frame marked "COLTS/PATENT". Full nickel with one piece varnished

Lot: 1271 - (A) COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Serial number 196629, manufactured in 1861. Matching serial numbers on all major components including the wedge and loading lever. Desirable 6" barrel marked "ADDRESS COL SAM'L COLT NEW-YORK U.S. AMERICA". Left side of frame marked "COLTS PATENT".

Lot: 1272 - (A) FINE AND RARE COLT BABY DRAGOON PERCUSSION

Desirable 4" barrel with two line "ADDRESS SAML COLT / NEW YORK CITY." .31 caliber with straight rifling in barrel. Serial number 7156, manufactured in 1848. Brass pin front sight. "COLTS/PATENT" marking on left side of frame. 5-shot cylinder with

Lot: 1273 - (A) FINE COLT BREVETTE 1851 NAVY REVOLVER WITH

Fine Belgian made copy of the venerable ’51 Navy with 7 - 1/4" rifled octagon barrel with mushroom shaped iron front sight & two line barrel marking “COLT / BREVETE”. It has six shot cylinder with oval “ELG” proof on rear

Lot: 1274 - (A) COLT 1849 POCKET MODEL PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Serial number 13220 manufactured in 1850. Matching serial numbers on all major components including the wedge and loading lever. 4" barrel marked with two lines "ADDRESS SAM'L COLT / NEW-YORK CITY". Left side of frame marked "COLTS PATENT" 5-shot

Lot: 1275 - (A) HIGH CONDITION FACTORY CASED COLT MODEL 1849

Serial number 321505, manufactured 1870, matching numbers on all major components, including wedge. 4" barrel, marked in single line " ADDRESS COL. SAML NEW-YORK US AMERICA". Blue with case hardened frame, loading lever, and hammer. Silver plated

Lot: 1276 - (A) EARLY SECOND MODEL COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION

This is a fine example of a first year production Navy, early 2nd model with the wedge below the screw. This is the small brass, nickle plated squarebacktrigger guard. It features the small dovetail front sight. It bears all matching serial numbers

Lot: 1277 - (A) COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

This is a fine example of a first year production Navy, early Second Model with the wedge below the screw. This is the small brass squareback trigger guard with traces of original plating. It features the small cone front sight. It bears all matching

Lot: 1278 - (A) 1851 NAVY COLT WITH LOT OF FAMILY ITEMS

This entire lot came in its entirety from the family of Civil War veteran Nelson Stoddard of the 27th New Jersey Volunteers. It comes with a civilian Colt Model 1851, a short sword that family history reputes was brought home by Stoddard after

Lot: 1279 - (A) COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Serial number 143678, manufactured in 1858. Serial numbers match on all major components including the wedge and loading lever. 5-inch barrel marked two-line "ADDRESS SAM'L COLT / NEW YORK CITY". 5-shot cylinder with roll die stagecoach holdup scene.

Lot: 1280 - (A) FINE CONDITION CIVILIAN COLT 1860 ARMY

Colt Civilian Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver. Caliber .44 percussion, 8" round barrel, blue, casehardened, and silver finish, walnut grips. Manufactured in 1868. The revolver has the one-line New York address on top of the barrel, the standard

Lot: 1281 - (A) CIVIL WAR COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Manufactured 1860 with traditional octagon barrel post front sight and one piece walnut grips. Matching numbers with exception of wedge. 6 shot .36 caliber percussion revolver with naval scene embellished cylinder and silver plated brass trigger

Lot: 1282 - (A) VERY RARE AND DESIRABLE US NAVY ELGIN CUTLASS

The Elgin cutlass pistol is one of the most desirable US Martial handguns. It is the only combination gun ever issued by a branch of the US Military. Additionally, it is the first officially used US percussion handgun. The Bowie blade was made by

Lot: 1283 - (A) A HANDSOME MAASTRICHT STYLE DUTCH WHEELLOCK

Amongst the most desirable of all wheellock pistols are those with full ivory stocks emanating from Holland. Present pistol is a full ivory stock with splendid warrior's head butt with helmet decorated with dragons on each side and the reverse with

Lot: 1284 - (A) OVERSIZED MORRIL, MOSMAN, & BLAIR PERCUSSION

This unusually large cutlass pistol with Bowie blade, nearly the size of the more famous Wilkes South Sea Expedition cutlass pistol by Elgin, has a full 12" long blade that is 1 - 5/16" wide. It is unmarked but obviously genuine and more importantly

Lot: 1285 - (A) RARE VERY LARGE SINGLE SHOT PERCUSSION CUTLASS

This Allen cutlass pistol has a 12" long by 1-7/8" wide blade, reminiscent of the Martial cutlass pistols made for the Wilkes South Sea Expedition. The octagonal barrel is unmarked, blade is unmarked, box lock plain. Numbered on bolster "4". Frame

Lot: 1286 - (A) SCARCE MORRIL, MOSMAN & BLAIR PERCUSSION

This rare example, with 6" long and 1-1/8" wide Bowie blade, is serial number 32 and conforms to Flayderman 7C-015, unmarked as most are. CONDITION: Barrel is varnished over aged brown. Bowie blade is varnished over aged brown and shows minor

Lot: 1287 - (A) FANTASTIC AND UNTOUCHED DIMINUTIVE SAMUEL

Samuel Stull was an Ohio gunsmith who lived between 1808 and 1907. He was a farmer and a gunsmith and began making rifles at a very young age, reportedly at age 12. He spent his entire life on a farm located about 1 - 3/4 miles south of Millwood in

Lot: 1288 - (A) EXTREMELY SCARCE & HIGH CONDITION SAMUEL

Samuel Hawken of St. Louis is arguably the most famous pre-Civil War rifle maker of the now famous half stock so called Hawken Rifle. He was so famous, in fact, that the halfstock rifles, regardless of maker, became known throughout the frontier as

Lot: 1289 - (A) LOT OF FOUR IMPORTANT DANIEL BORDER SIGNED

This fine and important lot of Daniel Border signed and made items comes directly from a descendant of the well known Bedford County, Pennsylvania gunsmith. The lot is comprised of (A) A fine double signed, original percussion rifle by Daniel Border.

Lot: 1290 - (A) FINE AND ORNATE SILVER MOUNTED PERCUSSION

This elaborate and highly decorated rifle displays the high quality work that Tryon was capable of. The full length octagonal barrel is decorated with Damascus finish and a steel rib is mounted on the bottom with two German silver ramrod ferrules.

Lot: 1291 - (A) SHARPS MODEL 1874 HUNTERS RIFLE

According to Frank Sellers, the Hunters Rifle was the cheapest of the sporting grade Sharps at $30 for the standard 26" barrel. This example, serial number 160160, was one of only 451 total, manufactured at the Bridgeport factory. Accompanying the

Lot: 1292 - (A) SHARPS MODEL 1874 SPORTING RIFLE.

Serial number 154960, manufactured in 1875 at the Sharps factory located in Hartford Connecticut. Sporting rifle configuration with plain, straight grip oil finished stock and forearm with Hartford style pewter tip. Heavy weight 30" round barrel

Lot: 1293 - (A) EXTREMELY RARE MODEL 1875 LEE VERTICAL ACTION

Another invention from the fertile mind of James Paris Lee, this rifle was produced at Springfield Armory in about 1875. Congress had appropriated $10,000 for the development of this rifle but after only 143 were produced the funds ran out and the

Lot: 1294 - (A) MUSEUM QUALITY SHARPS MODEL 1868 CARTRIDGE

Immediately post Civil War the United States government looked for ways to implement the more reliable self contained cartridges in the existing and abundantly available firearms that our military had on hand. Numerous different adaptations and

Lot: 1295 - (A) CIVIL WAR ERA WHITWORTH B SERIES .451

During the Civil War, long range sniping came to its fore. The Confederate Army had ordered approximately 250 Whitworth rifles, at a cost of $1,000 in gold per rifle with 1,000 rounds of ammunition each. Many of these documented Confederate "sniper"

Lot: 1296 - (A)HIGH CONDITION REMINGTON HEPBURN NO. 3 LONG

Made between 1880-1907 with only a few hundred produced. Named after the international rifle range on Long Island, New York. The name "Creedmoor" became synonymous among competition shooters as an extremely accurate long range rifle. This High

Lot: 1297 - (A) REMINGTON NO. 2 DELUXE TARGET RIFLE.

Lightweight Remington No. 2 Rolling Block with rapid tapered full octagon barrel, marked "Remington Arms Co. Ilion, N.Y.". Special ordered Beech combination fold down front sight, spirit level at rear barrel position, and tang mounted, vernier

Lot: 1298 - (A) RARE SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR MODEL 1875 OFFICER'S

With an extremely limited production of 477 units (Flayderman's Guide) the 1875 Officer's Model is one of the rarest of all US Arsenal manufactured arms. Manufactured for private purchase by US Military Officers these prized rifles saw extensive use

Lot: 1299 - (A) FACTORY ENGRAVED MARLIN BALLARD SINGLE SHOT

This would be considered a Model 3F fine gallery rifle in .22 short caliber with deluxe checkered pistol grip stock and Swiss buttplate. As was common on this model, this rifle features double set triggers. The engraving on both sides of frame

Lot: 1300 - (A) FINE AND RARE SHARPS MODEL 1878 LONG RANGE

Serial number 7180 is a pretty standard long range example. Made from October 1877 through May of 1880 with a total production of a mere 230 rifles. This rifle features the wood panels, ebony tip forend, plain English walnut, leather shotgun

Lot: 1301 - (A) J.P. LOWER MARKED SHARPS MODEL 1878 BUSINESS

This is a very fine example of an original Sharps Model 1878 Business rifle. It is chambered for the .45 - 2 7/8" cartridge. Features include a 30" heavy round blued barrel, case color frame, lever, block and bolt. The walnut stocks have an LB in

Lot: 1302 - (A) WINCHESTER HI-WALL SCHUETZEN RIFLE.

Blued action fitted with factory double set triggers. Buttstock of fancy American walnut is of the pistol grip style and has recently refreshed checkering. Schuetzen buttplate is a Helm pattern. Winchester forearm has refreshed checkering and has a

Lot: 1303 - (A) GALLAGHER STANDARD MODEL SINGLE SHOT RIFLE.

Approximately 17,728 were manufactured by Richardson & Overman of Philadelphia. It featured iron mountings with blued barrel and case hardened frame, walnut buttstock, and iron patchbox. Right side of action is stamped with the Richardson &

Lot: 1304 - (A) JOSLYN MODEL 1864 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE.

The Model 1864 consisted of iron mountings, case colored action. Model 1864 carbine was introduced into the field in the fall of 1864, by the end of September about 720 Joslyn carbines were serving in five Cavalry regiments, 381 belonging to the 13th

Lot: 1305 - (A) SHARPS 1853 PERCUSSION SINGLE SHOT RIFLE.

The sporting rifle was produced from 1854-1859 in three calibers with barrels ranging from 24-34". A mere 600 were manufactured with round barrels. They featured iron furniture, round barrel, case hardened action and furniture, and oil finish stocks.

Lot: 1306 - (A) HALLS-NORTH MODEL 1843 SINGLE SHOT SADDLE RING

This is the oldest carbine to see active service in the Civil War. There was a large quantity in storage at the beginning of the hostilities; the government had purchased over 10,000 between 1844 and 1853. Halls-North carbines stored at Fort McHenry

Lot: 1307 - (A) MERWIN & BRAY MARKED BALLARD SINGLE SHOT

This carbine is almost identical to the .44 Rimfires sold during the Civil War to the Kentucky Cavalry, with the exception of caliber which is .54 Rimfire. There are no US markings, so while its time frame dates to the Civil War, there is no

Lot: 1308 - (A) JOSLYN 1864 SINGLE SHOT BREECH LOADING

The Model 1864 Joslyn breech loading carbine is stamped "Joslyn Firearms Co / Stonington Conn. / 1864". Has knob type pullout latch for breech block. Iron fittings. 8,000 of these were purchased by the U.S. government and 4,500 were available for

Lot: 1309 - (A) HIGH CONDITION COLT LIGHTNING MEDIUM FRAME

This 1895 vintage Colt rifle, serial number 78033, has the standard 26 inch full octagon barrel and 15 shot full length magazine. Chambered in .32-20. Barrel is marked with Colts Hartford address and "32 Cal." at breech. Oil finished walnut stock and

Lot: 1310 - (A) COLT LIGHTNING MEDIUM FRAME SLIDE ACTION

This 1897 vintage Colt rifle, serial number 81744, has a standard full round barrel with a 15 shot full length magazine tube. Barrel is marked with Colt's Hartford address and ".32 Cal" at the breech. Colt standard "buckhorn" style rear and blade

Lot: 1311 - (A) MERRILL .54 CALIBER PERCUSSION BREECHLOADER

Features small brass barrel band, brass buttplate, brass patchbox, three leaf folding rear sight, post front sight, one piece walnut stock. The action is stamped "JH MERRILL BALTO PAT JULY 1856 APL. 9 MAY 21-28-61". "H" stamped on brass buttplate,

Lot: 1312 - (A) ARMY & NAVY MARKED MARTINI-HENRY SINGLE SHOT

This rifle features the small Martini action with the Webley & Scott stamp along with Army & Navy CSL London stamp. The barrel is octagon with a full matted rib. Stocks are checkered walnut with pistol grip. Caliber is not marked but bore

Lot: 1313 - (A) JOHN OBERLIES CUSTOM WINCHESTER HI-WALL SINGLE

(ca 1890) Heavy round barrel is fitted with ramp front sight and marked "John Oberlies Dayton O." on left side in front of caliber. Blued high wall action has damascened Finger lever and breech block, and is fitted with Marble tang sight. Pistol grip

Lot: 1314 - (A) FINE AINSWORTH INSPECTED US COLT CAVALRY

Fine condition Ainsworth Colt made for US Army in 1874. It bears all matching serial numbers. The Ainsworth inspector mark is found on trigger guard and backstrap. The frame has the two line patent dates with "U"S stamp. All of the characteristics of

Lot: 1315 - (A) RARE NO SERIAL NUMBER COLT ARTILLERY SINGLE

The Ordnance Department purchased 171 unnumbered replacement frames from Colt between 1874 and 1891. A Study of the Colt Single Action Army Revolver" by Graham, Kopec and Moore states that the Army purchased six replacement frames from Colt on May

Lot: 1316 - (A) FACTORY ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY

This antique, 1898 vintage Colt Single Action Army revolver is factory engraved with the quintessential look of a "cowboy" or old west fancy six shooter. Desirable 4 - 3/4" barrel chambered in .45 Colt. Nickel plated with fire blue screws. Two piece

Lot: 1317 - (A) AINSWORTH INSPECTED CUSTER ERA US COLT CAVALRY

Noted expert John Kopec made several observations during his review. He states that this revolver could have been in service prior to the battle at the Little Bighorn and originated within Lot Seven with a few known 7th Cavalry guns within this lot

Lot: 1318 - (A) JOHN KOPEC DOCUMENTED COLT CIVILIAN / CAVALRY

A very unique and intriguing Colt Single Action with "US" marked frame and commercial caliber, markings on trigger guard. The unique background of these guns is explained by a letter from John Kopec as being a commercial contract for Prussia. These

Lot: 1319 - (A) US COLT CAVALRY SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER

The John Kopec letter notes that this revolver is in all original condition with all original parts. He states the revolver was manufactured in 1890, circa June 6th, and was inspected by Captain Stanhope Blunt and Renaldo Carr. This revolver remains

Lot: 1320 - (A) ANTIQUE COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

Nice, clean, black powder era Colt Single Action Army made in 1891. Matching numbers on frame, trigger guard, and backstrap. Black hard rubber grips with perfect fit to frame and backstrap, two line barrel address. Factory Letter documents shipment

Lot: 1321 - (A) COLT 1878 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER (1878).

First year production Model 1878 revolver with contemporary engraving. Tastefully engraved in a typical New York style pattern, engraver and year of engraving unknown. 7 - 1/2" barrel chambered in .45 Colt. Colt factory archive letter documents

Lot: 1322 - (A) SMITH & WESSON FIRST MODEL SCHOFIELD WELLS

The Schofield originated with the efforts of Colonel George Schofield to improve the American Model Three for military usage. Many First and Second Models , circa 1875-1877, were issued to active units, reportedly including the 4th, 9th, and 10th

Lot: 1323 - (A) FINE COLT ROUND BARREL POCKET NAVY CARTRIDGE

Very early production serial number 309 with 4 - 1/2" round barrel and single line New York Address. Full nickel finish with elegant one piece varnished walnut grips. Stagecoach cylinder scene and chambered for the .38 rimfire cartridge with 5 shot

Lot: 1324 - (A) FACTORY DEALER CASED FACTORY ENGRAVED WEBLEY

The No. 5 .360 Express revolver was introduced in the mid 1880's. All were six shot, double action, with checkered one piece walnut grips with lanyard ring. The top strap has the dealer, "W.R.Leeson, Ashford" stamp which matches the trade label

Lot: 1325 - (A) CUSTER RANGE COLT US ARTILLERY SINGLE ACTION

According to Kopec, this low four digit gun was made in 1874 is is a prime lot of Custer 7th Cavalry guns. This gun is from so called Lot 5 with at least four in this batch having documented use at the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Having been pulled

Lot: 1326 - (A) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY US ARTILLERY MODEL

This is an example of a typical 1890's US rebuild of the standard Cavalry Model where as the parts show mixed numbers while the grips and cylinder have the "RAC" inspector stamps. The frame is David Clark inspected, dating it to 1884-85. Indian Wars

Lot: 1327 - (A) COLT MODEL 1860 ARMY RICHARDS MASON CONVERSION

Genesis of the Colt Single Action Army. This pristine example of the Richards Mason Conversion has the two line patent dates on the frame, .44 caliber marking on the trigger guard and a six notch cylinder as opposed to the scarcer 12 notch cylinder.

Lot: 1328 - (A) CASED CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION SMITH & WESSON

Superb Smith & Wesson Model 2 Army in .32 rimfire with 6 inch octagon barrel, silver finish, and mother of pearl grips. Engraved in flowing scrolls and vines with bordered arrows on barrel flats and a patriotic world globe with American flag

Lot: 1329 - (A) EARLY AINSWORTH US COLT CAVALRY REVOLVER WITH

This attractive Ainsworth inspected US Cavalry has an excellent letter from the authority on Cavalry single actions, John A. Kopec. His comments are cartouche AOW on grip is worn away, owner's name of Hughes is scratched into both sides of grip,

Lot: 1330 - (A) CASED COLT MODEL 1851 THUER CONVERSION SINGLE

The Colt Thuer conversion is the rarest of all factory converted revolvers and are most sought after by advanced Colt collectors. This unique cased set includes a Hartford made 1851 Navy Thuer conversion revolver with British proof marks. Revolver

Lot: 1331 - (A) US COLT CAVALRY SINGLE ACTION INSPECTED BY

Fine original condition Colt Cavalry Single Action Army manufactured in 1874 and remaining in its original configuration and authenticated by John Kopec with his "Silver" seal letter. Serial number 6489 with 7-1/2" barrel with script single line

Lot: 1332 - (A) FINE AINSWORTH INSPECTED CUSTER RANGE US

Noted export John Kopec states that this revolver was in a shipment in 1874 in lot 7 with the majority of these guns being sent to the Fifth Cavalry in Arizona but does fall within two known Custer or Benteen guns. O.W. Ainsworth stamp can be found

Lot: 1333 - (A) COLT NICKEL-PLATED HENRY NETTLETON INSPECTED

Discussed in length by John Kopec, these Colt Cavalry model were purchased back by Colt from the US Government and later sold commercially. Exhibiting all the proper Henry Nettleton inspections on frame, barrel, hammer, trigger guard back strap,

Lot: 1334 - (A) CASED PRESENTATION PAIR OF SMITH AND WESSON NO

Capt Thomas Drummond was born on May 9, 1832, the son of Rev. Dr. James Drummond and his first wife. His father was born in England, came to the U.S. at age six years, and the family settled in Jefferson County, Ohio. Thomas's father was a medical

Lot: 1335 - (A) NICKEL PLATED AND ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION

Blackpowder frame Colt single action manufactured 1891. No barrel address or caliber markings (measures .44 caliber). Nickel plated with gold plated screws and cylinder pin. Aftermarket engraved to typical 'C' level. Imitation ivory one piece grips

Lot: 1336 - (A) U.S. INSPECTED COLT MODEL 1860 RICHARDS

One of the least common US issued handguns produced by Colt. A production of less than 1,200 are believed to have purchased by the US Government and issued to our troops during the early Indian Wars period. Chambered for the uncommon .44 Colt

Lot: 1337 - (A) EXCEPTIONALLY FINE FACTORY ENGRAVED REMINGTON

Only made from 1871-1888. Less than 15,000 of these small repeating magazine pistols were ever made. The caliber is .32 rimfire extra short. This example is wonderfully factory engraved with 2/3 coverage, mostly scroll pattern with punch dot

Lot: 1338 - (A) FINE CHICAGO PALM SQUEEZE PISTOL.

Approximately 13,000 of these popular pocket pistols were made in Chicago during the 1890's. This is a standard nickel finish model with pearl inserts and matching serial number. Grip has the gutta percha palm insert. Disk is stamped "The Protector"

Lot: 1339 - (A) CASED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 2 OLD MODEL

Made from 1861-74 when Smith had a lock on the bored-through cylinder, these were very popular during the Civil War. Blue finish with 6" octagon barrel, six shot, spur trigger with a fine pair of ivory grips, the left side carved with patriotic eagle

Lot: 1340 - (A) EARLY B MOVIE ACTOR AL GREER'S COLT SINGLE

Following is a direct quotation from documentation accompanying revolver: "This fancy revolver is Mr. Al Greers "Movie Gun" or stage "prop"! It is a mixture of several colt revolvers. It first started out as a "factory engraved" Colt Single Action

Lot: 1341 - (A) DOCUMENTED CUSTER ERA COLT ARTILLERY SINGLE

Originally manufactured in 1874 by Colt for the United States Army. This classic Custer Era Single action is now Colt Factory modified from the original 7 - 1/2" barrel to the later 5 - 1/2" Artillery variation. Chambered for the .45 Colt cartridge

Lot: 1342 - (A) SMITH & WESSON MODEL 3 SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER.

2nd Model with two piece walnut grips, squared profile butt, and steel front sight. Originally, blue finish. CONDITION: Good overall, having been overly cleaned with only traces of original blue remaining. Overall a clean gun metal grey with minimum

Lot: 1343 - (A) DOCUMENTED WEBLEY & SCOTT FACTORY NICKEL MODEL

The background letter dated 2005 relates that this gun was sold on December 27, 1888 to Col. R.E. Lockhart and is listed as plated with wood stocks, 6" barrel, in caliber .476. His military career with the British army started in 1860 with the Royal

Lot: 1344 - (M) CASED FACTORY ENGRAVED CONSECUTIVE COLT SINGLE

A factory engraved matched set with consecutive serial numbers. Both have 5-1/2" barrels, caliber .38 Special (scarce on 3rd Generation guns), nickel finish with two piece silver medallion ivory grips. Both are class 'C' engraving in vintage scroll

Lot: 1345 - (C) CASED ALVIN WHITE ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION

This is a second generation made in 1957 and class D engraved by world renowned master engraver Alvin White. It is a 7 - 1/2" .38 Special with blue and case color finish. The gun features gold inlay snake on back strap, spurs on loading gate,

Lot: 1346 - (C) ENGRAVED PRE-WAR COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY

Serial number 239894, manufactured in 1903. 4 - 3/4" barrel marked in two lines "COLT'S PT. F.A MFG. CO./HARTFORD. CT. U.S.A." and ".38 W.C.F." on left side. Frame marked on left side with patent dates and Rampant Colt motif. Chambered in .38-40

Lot: 1347 - (C) DOCUMENTED FACTORY ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION

Colt Single Action Army manufactured October 22th, 1926, documented by factory letter as shipped .45 caliber, 4-3/4" barrel, nickel finish, rubber grips, and factory Level 1 engraved; shipped to Albert Steinfeld Company, Tucson, Arizona in a single

Lot: 1348 - (C) PAIR OF EXTRAORDINARILY RARE AND DESIRABLE

Extraordinary engraved, silver plated Colt single action revolver with backstrap inscription. 4 - 3/4" barrel, standard sight, two line barrel address with two line patent date and rampant Colt in circle. Fitted with fine, smooth pearl grips and has

Lot: 1349 - (C) EXCEPTIONAL CASED RILING BROTHERS PRESENTATION

Manufactured in 1912. It was cased by Lewis Woyce and fitted with silver inlaid grips by John Boss Jr. This revolver and a identical revolver, serial number 320916, were presented by Raymond L.J. Riling to his two sons in 1956. The companion to this

Lot: 1350 - (C) EXHIBITION ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION BY

Originally produced in 1912 this Colt Single Action has been transformed into a piece of mechanical art by Master Engraver Tim George of Virginia. Formerly engraving for Colt and Old Dominion Engravers, Mr. George is known as one of America's

Lot: 1351 - (A) ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY (1898).

Contemporary engraved antique smokeless powder Single Action Army revolver with transverse lock. Roll die marked "Colt Frontier Six Shooter", 4 - 3/4" barrel, .44-40 caliber. Rampant Colt motif on frame. Very nicely engraved in a mixture of factory

Lot: 1352 - (C) ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

Masterfully engraved 1911 vintage Colt single action arm revolver. One line Hartford address chambered in .45 Colt. Rampant Colt motif on left side of frame with two line patent stamps. Engraving is masterfully executed with multiple gold inlays.

Lot: 1353 - (C) F. E. WARREN 1962 CUSTOM ENGRAVED COLT PYTHON

This 4" Python was built in 1962. Under the left grip on frame is engraved "Engr'vd by FE Warren 1962". Floyd Warren, deceased, was a well known engraver from Ohio. His pattern of engraving on this Python is chisel relief scroll and vine with a panel

Lot: 1354 - (M) BOXED KORTH TROJA .357 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER.

Korth handguns are very high quality and are manufactured one at a time, resulting in limited manufacture and extremely limited importation to the US. These guns are as rare as they are expensive. This model features a six inch vent rib barrel with

Lot: 1355 - (C) BRILLIANT 6" COLT MODEL 1877 DOUBLE ACTION .41

The factory letter states this revolver was shipped on October 28, 1902 in a shipment of 23 guns to Simmons Hardware Co St. Louis with a 6" barrel in .41 caliber with blue finish. Grips were not listed and are standard gutta percha. CONDITION:

Lot: 1356 - (C)OUTSTANDING CONDITION US COLT MODEL 1909 ARMY

Between May 28, 1909 and September 13, 1911, the Army ordered 15403 large frame New Service revolvers chambered for the .45 Colt caliber. All were blue finish with 5 1/2" barrels. The finish was the commercial type high polish blue and each gun was

Lot: 1357 - (M) NICKEL COLT PYTHON DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER.

Excellent Python with 6-inch barrel. .357 magnum. Full nickel plate with replaced Hogue rubber grips. Comes with a period Colt blue box, not numbered to the revolver. CONDITION: Excellent overall with light scratches, retaining most all original

Lot: 1358 - (C) RARE 4" NICKEL WEBLEY GREENE TARGET REVOLVER.

Model 1896/97. Six shot, double action, marked WG Target Model on frame and the caliber .450/.455 stamped on left side of frame. Matching numbers. Checkered walnut grips with lanyard. All English proofs. The WG target models are rare, nickel plating

Lot: 1359 - (M) CASED SMITH & WESSON 627-5 DOUBLE ACTION

Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 627-5. Two piece wood grips, stainless steel with a matte finish. Complete with S&W Performance Center aluminum case. CONDITION: Excellent overall. -MKS-Barrel Length: 5"Caliber/Bore: .357 MagFFL

Lot: 1360 - (C) STELLAR CONDITION US SMITH AND WESSON MODEL

During the First World War, government suppliers could not keep up with demand for the 1911 so both Smith & Wesson and Colt were called on to produce a large frame revolver that could use the same ammunition as the Colt 1911. Smith answered with

Lot: 1361 - (C) A VERY INTERESTING IRISH SHIPPED WEBLEY MARK

This gun is largely a standard Mark VI Webley with an uncut cylinder, military finish, appropriate British proofing on cylinder, frame, and barrel. What makes this revolver particularly interesting is the 4" barrel with front sight machined directly

Lot: 1362 - (M) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

Third generation Colt Single Action Army chambered in .45 Colt, 5-1/2 barrel, blue and case color. Complete with factory blue plastic case numbered to the gun. CONDITION: Nearly new, appears unfired, no cylinder ring or drag lines. -MKS-Accessories:

Lot: 1363 - (C) WORLD WAR II WOOD CASED BRITISH ENFIELD M47C

Standard No.4 Mk.I (T) sniper rifle configuration. Cheek rest on top of stock comb. M47C marked on the left side of the butt socket for BSA manufacture. Dated 1944. S51 properly stamped into bottom of stock. All matching numbers including the scope

Lot: 1364 - (C) IMPORTANT PATTERN ENFIELD P14 SNIPER PROTOTYPE

Built utilizing a Pattern 14 Enfield produced by Winchester with 1917 inspections on breech. During this period the British were hurriedly attempting to develop and adopt an advanced snipe rifle to compete with the German snipers during the Great

Lot: 1365 - (C) SCARCE BRITISH ENFIELD SMLE COND II* .303

Originally made as a SMLE I* produced in 1901, and so marked on the right side of the stock socket. Marked on the left side of the stock socket "ENFIELD/ 1905/ SHT LE/ COND II*", as well as several other arsenal upgrade dates and stamps, the last

Lot: 1366 - (C) LOT OF 2: BRITISH SHTLE .303 RIFLES -

Gun (A) is a Sparkbrook I*** dated 1905. Has been arsenal upgraded a few times, the last date appearing to be '10. Original volley sights. Magazine cutoff is present, cartridge guide on bolt. Marked on the stock disc "11/ EY/ 568". "EY" marked on the

Lot: 1367 - (C) VERY FINE WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN WALTHER

Gun is in the standard K.43 configuration. Wood handguard. All matching numbers. Has a panel on the left side which reads "K.43" & "ac/ 44". Matching numbers on all parts including the scope mount. Eagle/359 inspected on the gun and scope mount.

Lot: 1368 - (C) SAIPAN PROVENANCE SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI

Produced from September 1942-October of 1942. Documented history to the Battle of Saipan and as having been turned into the police after the Japanese were repelled from the island in July 1944. This rifle comes with letters from the Commonwealth of

Lot: 1369 - (C) ALWAYS DESIRABLE FN FAL G SERIES

This lovely rifle is one of the FN FALs imported by the Browning Arms Company between 1959 and 1963 and is listed in the ATF serial number blocks are being exempt. Left side of the receiver with correct "F.A.L. cal. 7,62" marking. Selector switch

Lot: 1370 - (C) SAIPAN PROVENANCE WINCHESTER M1 GARAND SEMI

Saipan Provenance Winchester M1 Garand Semi-Automatic Rifle. Produced from February 1943-May 1943. Documented history to the Battle of Saipan and as having been turned into the police after the Japanese were eradicated from the island in July 1944.

Lot: 1371 - (C) WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN K.43 QVE 45 RIFLE BY

Standard K.43 rifle with Baklite handguard. Made by Berlin-Lubecker in 1945. Numbers are matching. Eagle/214 inspected. Reproduction magazine, cleaning rod, and leather sling. Rail on the right side of the receiver for a scope mount. CONDITION:

Lot: 1372 - (C) INLAND M-1 CARBINE.

Manufactured by Inland General Motors Division between March 1944 and August 1944. Barrel marked Inland General Motors, dated 3-44 with "P" stamp. Non-import gun. "N" marked front sight with "S" marked rear flip sight. Correct internals with Inland

Lot: 1373 - (C) ROCK-OLA M-1 CARBINE.

Manufactured by Rock-Ola Music Company between November 1942 and November 1943. Rock-Ola marked barrel dated 3-43 and marked with a "P". Internal parts all correctly marked with proper manufactured stamps. Correct Rock-Ola marked blued flat bolt.

Lot: 1374 - (C) PRE-WORLD WAR II SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND

The receiver on this rifle was made from March of 1941 - June of 1941, at least six months before Pearl Harbor. It has been completely rebuilt to almost as new condition with a brand new walnut stock with proper "SA GHS" cartouche and crossed

Lot: 1375 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1943 M1 CARBINE

The receiver is stamped Winchester while the barrel is stamped with a W and PW proof. Type 1 rear sight is stamped S with front sight stamped L. It has a blued flat bolt stamped W, housing stamped 5, hammer and trigger stamped W. Magazine is stamped

Lot: 1376 - (C) QULITY HARDWARE MODEL 1943 M1 CARBINE.

Fine and scarce Quality Hardware carbine made in 1943. Features frame stamped Quality HMC. Barrel stamped Underwood 12-43 with Ordnance Bomb. Scarce detachable tube. Op-rod stamped DA-Q, trigger group housing stamped Q-NL, Hammer stamped Q-LT,

Lot: 1377 - (C) ROCK-OLA MODEL 1943 M1 CARBINE SEMI-AUTOMATIC.

Offered is a fine mid-war Rock-Ola with following features. Rock-Ola stamped on barrel but not dated. Housing and blue round bolt both stamped Rock-Ola, rear sight stamped BRS, op-rod is an unmarked type A, hammer is stamped BP, high wood stock

Lot: 1378 - (C) QUALITY HARDWARE M-1 CARBINE.

Manufactured between June 1943 and October 1943 by Quality Hardware & Manufacturing Co. Rock-Ola marked barrel with "P" stamp. "J-Q" front sight with "GE-Q" marked rear flip sight. Proper markings on all internal parts. Correct flat bolt with

Lot: 1379 - (C) WINCHESTER M-1 CARBINE.

Manufactured by Winchester Repeating Arms between December 1943 and November 1944. Barrel marked with "W" and Winchester proof mark. Non-import gun. Winchester marked internals with Winchester marked push button safety and clip release. Correct flat

Lot: 1380 - (A) RARE 1ST MODEL 1866 WINCHESTER FLATSIDE SADDLE

Manufactured in it introductory year of 1866. A continuation of the New Haven Arms Henry rifle the Flatside 1866 carbine utilized the same gun metal brass material for the receiver and the same basic frame profile with the addition of flat loading

Lot: 1381 - (A) ENGRAVED MARLIN MODEL 1893 DELUXE RIFLE.

Serial number 163058, manufactured in 1898. Special order 26" half octagon to round barrel with full length magazine tube. Lyman #5 combination fold down front sight, standard Marlin rear barrel sight, and Lyman mid-range tang sight with large

Lot: 1382 - (A) WINCHESTER DELUXE MODEL 1886 "BIG 50" EXPRESS

Full octagon 26" barrel with full length magazine tube. Standard barrel markings "MANUFACTURED BY THE -WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN CONN U.S.A. and "50-EX" caliber marking. Lyman ivory bead adjustable front sight, buckhorn style rear

Lot: 1383 - (A) STELLAR CONDITION FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION

Exceptionally fine and desirable Model 1886 Winchester first year of production rifle chambered for .45-70 Government Cartridge. 26" full octagon barrel with nickel bladed drift adjustable front sight and the appropriate 1876 dated ladder adjustable

Lot: 1384 - (A) MARLIN MODEL 1881 SPECIAL ORDER DELUXE LEVER

Manufactured in 1886. .40-65 caliber, 28" full octagon barrel, full magazine, deluxe checkered burl walnut stocks, double set triggers, shotgun butt with steel buttplate. The 1881 is known as one of the most highly finished of all early Marlin

Lot: 1385 - (A) SUPERIOR WINCHESTER 1876 LEVER ACTION RIFLE IN

Manufactured in 1885, Winchesters Centennial rifle the classic 1876 chambered for the .45-75 cartridge. 28" full octagon barrel with full length magazine. Sporting nickel bladed front sight and 1876 dated ladder adjustable rear sight. Two piece

Lot: 1386 - (A) ANTIQUE WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 TAKEDOWN RIFLE

Manufactured 1894. 26" full octagon barrel with full length magazine, takedown, with varnished highly figured American walnut stocks with crescent butt. Blue finish on barrel, magazine, bolt, and forend cap. Vivid case colors on lever and hammer;

Lot: 1387 - (A) ANTIQUE SPECIAL ORDER WINCHESTER 1873 LEVER

Manufactured 1879. Second Model 1873 Winchester with special ordered 24 inch half octagon half round barrel, full length magazine, nickel blade sporting front sight, elevator adjustable sporting rear sight with checkered sides mid-range folding staff

Lot: 1388 - (A) ANTIQUE SPECIAL ORDER WINCHESTER MODEL 1886

Manufactured in 1896. Elegant Winchester Model 1886 Sporting rifle with special order 26" half round half octagon tapered barrel with nickel bladed sporting front sight and ladder adjustable 1886 rear sight and half magazine. Traditional two line

Lot: 1389 - (A) HIGH CONDITION NEAR NEW ANTIQUE WINCHESTER

This second year production standard Model 1894 rifle has survived in almost unused condition. Factory letter confirms caliber, barrel and was shipped on December 16, 1896. CONDITION: 98% original blue on barrel and tube with razor sharp legends and

Lot: 1390 - (A) WINCHESTER 1873 .44-40 SADDLE RING CARBINE

Serial number 153295A, manufactured in 1884. Standard 20-inch full round barrel and full length magazine tube. Barrel mounted front sight with carbine style fold down elevator rear sight graduated to 900 yards and marked "1873" at top of ladder.

Lot: 1391 - (A) DOCUMENTED ANTIQUE WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 CASE

Manufactured 1893, 26" full octagon barrel, full magazine with varnished American walnut stocks and crescent butt. Chambered for the .45-90 W.C.F. cartridge and finished in blue and case color. Nickel bladed sporting front sight with correct elevator

Lot: 1392 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1866 1ST MODEL FLATSIDE LEVER

Serial number 13826 stamped on lower tang, inside buttstock, matching number inside buttstock on top tang slot. Manufactured in 1866. Octagon barrel with full length magazine tube. Early style magazine retainer band pinned in place and screwed to

Lot: 1393 - (A) NEW HAVEN ARMS COMPANY HENRY LEVER ACTION

Serial number 5781, manufactured in 1864. Octagon 24" barrel with integral magazine tube marked in two lines "HENRY PATENT.OCT.16.1860 / MANUFACTURED BY THE NEW HAVEN ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN CT." with serial number 5781 at the breech. Sling swivels on

Lot: 1394 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1876 .50 CAL EXPRESS LEVER

Manufactured 1882. Full round barrel with full length magazine tube. Barrel marked with two line Winchester address and "50-CAL" at the breech. Brass elevator marked "50-95". Dust cover marked "WINCHESTER EXPRESS/.50 CAL 95 GRS." Standard barrel

Lot: 1395 - (A) NEAR MINT WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION

This handsome Model 1873 .32 rifle was made in 1893. The factory letter confirms this entire gun with exception to sights which are not mentioned. It is standard in all respects with exception to the scarce Winchester tang sight as seen on page 180

Lot: 1396 - (A) SPRINGFIELD-SPENCER 1865 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Burnside marked Model 1865 carbines were altered to infantry rifles by the Springfield Armory in 1871. New 32 - 1/2" round barrels chambered in .50 caliber with three groove rifling, Stabler cut-off, full forend fastened by two barrel bands and an

Lot: 1397 - (A) RARE FOUR DIGIT WINCHESTER FIRST MODEL 1873

Complete with a Cody factory letter. Manufactured 1874 and shipped on April 18th of that year. 24" round barrel with nickel silver bladed front sporting sight and proper First Model Winchester 1873 elevator adjustable rear sight with checkered sides.

Lot: 1398 - (A) DELUXE MARLIN MODEL 1889 LEVER ACTION RIFLE

The forerunner to the famous Model 1894, this is a deluxe model that features a short 22" full octagon barrel, half magazine, sporting sights, blue finish, rifle butt, with deluxe pistol grip checkered walnut stocks with period sling swivels and

Lot: 1399 - (C) VERY FINE WINCHESTER MODEL 1885 SINGLE SHOT

This rifle was made in 1908 according to Cody Museum letter listing all special features on this rifle including Helm butt, Schuetzen cheekpiece, spur lever, palm rest, Schuetzen set trigger, and checkered pistol grip stock. Other features are

Lot: 1400 - (C) FINE WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Very fine Winchester 1886 Rifle in the classic full octagon, full magazine configuration. Blued barrel with case colored receiver and two piece American Walnut stocks with crescent butt plate. The 26" barrel is mounted with sporting blade front sight

Lot: 1401 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 61 "SHOT ONLY" SLIDE ACTION

Round tapered barrel marked "-Winchester-Model 61-.22L Rifle-For Shot Only-". Rare smoothbore .22 caliber with Winchester Counter Bore (.265 diameter at muzzle). Simmons installed "donut post" ventilated rib. Jeweled bolt. Plain pistol grip walnut

Lot: 1402 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 62A SLIDE ACTION RIFLE.

Nearly new 1957 vintage Model 62A with correct Winchester box numbered to the gun, with all paperwork. Round tapered with Winchester address and marked "-Model 62A- .22 S.L. or L.R.-". CONDITION: Nearly new overall, appears unfired. Bore is perfect.

Lot: 1403 - (A) RARE WINCHESTER MODEL 1876 DELUXE LEVER ACTION

Fine deluxe “Centennial” Winchester Model 1876 rifle with 28" octagon barrel, full magazine, combination front sight & elevator adjustable rear sight. Top flat of barrel has the Winchester & King address & patent dates and

Lot: 1404 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1885 SINGLE SHOT WITH MALCOLM

Manufactured in 1896 with a 32" Number 4 barrel without provision for rear sight, chambered for .32-40 WCF. Case colored receiver with Schuetzen lever and full Swiss butt with cheek rest. Full double set triggers. The XX Deluxe "H" checkered flame

Lot: 1405 - (A) FINE CONDITION WINCHESTER HIGH WALL 1885 MID

This good looking target rifle left the factory in 1896 as caliber .38-55 with 30" half octagon No. 2 barrel. It also had set trigger, checkered pistol grip stock, Swiss buttplate, as well as mid range and wind gauge sights with "no rear seat". It

Lot: 1406 - (C) LEFT-HANDED WINCHESTER MODEL 1885 SINGLE SHOT

30" heavy weight round barrel mounted with Winchester A5 scope is stamped "H. M. POPE" on top. High wall single shot action has Pope's usual alteration of cutaway side wall for ease of loading. Normally the right side is cut away, on this rifle, the

Lot: 1407 - (A) A FINE SILESIAN (TESSIAN) WHEELLOCK BIRDING

The long octagonal barrel of typical form with orthoptic rear sight, copper front sight. Three panels of foliate engraving on a gilt ground. The barrel tang engraved and gilt en suite. The lock with Silesian external mainspring, filed cock spring.

Lot: 1408 - (A) EXTREMELY FINE ORIGINAL COLT MODEL 1883

Wonderful original Colt Model 1883 Gatling gun in .43 Spanish caliber on original gray paint wheeled mount. Includes both sets of original sights on both sides. Stands just under 46” high without Accles feed drum in place. Overall length of gun

Lot: 1409 - (A) A CLASSIC LATE 16TH CENTURY GERMAN MATCHLOCK

The massive Spanish form barrel with hook for facilitating use on a castle rampart, cannon muzzle with rudimentary front sight and beech rear sight. Beautifully struck at breech with maker's mark in a cartouche SUHL, and the mark of Suhl. Lock with

Lot: 1410 - (A) BRITISH STAMPED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 320

Based heavily on the Smith and Wesson Model 3, the Model 320 Revolving Rifle saw a limited run of 977 units. Of those 977, 137 were exported and 840 were retained in the United States. Unfortunately, the revolving cylinder design was found to be less

Lot: 1411 - (A) MAGNIFICENT CASED GOLD ENCRUSTED DUAL IGNITION

One of the finest mid-19th century high art double-barreled shotguns ever offered for sale. This splendid firearm has superb Damascus barrel by Albert Bernard, the master barrel maker of the period. The breeches are encrusted with raised relief

Lot: 1412 - (M) PIOTTI "PIUMA" BOXLOCK EJECTOR SHOTGUN.

(1971) This model is still made by Piotti, and retails at just under $20,000.00. This gun has 25 - 5/8" dovetailed barrels with slightly raised matted rib. Tops of barrels are engraved "Acciato Siau" and "F. Piotti Gardone V T". Engine turned barrel

Lot: 1413 - (A) 8 BORE STEPHEN GRANT DOUBLE HAMMER DOUBLE

(ca 1873) 34" three stripe Damascus barrels are engraved "Stephen Grant 67A St. James's Street London." on slightly raised concave game rib. Barrel flats are stamped with London black powder proofs for eight bore. Serial number is on bottom of

Lot: 1414 - (A) FINE HIGH ORIGINAL CONDITION COLT MODEL 1883

Fairly rare case hardened border engraved action with patent marks forward of the trigger guard that read "PATENTED AUG.22,SEP.19,1882". Barrels are nice quality blade damascus steel with grey-to-brown tone and appear all original. Rib is flat, filed

Lot: 1415 - (M) KOLAR COMPETITION OVER-UNDER TWO BARREL SET

This nicely built AAA Series Kolar Competition Grade 12 gauge shotgun comes with a second set of Kolar carrier barrels. In addition to the extra set of barrels the gun comes with an extra set of Kolar sub-gauge barrel tubes: 20, 28 and .410 tubes in

Lot: 1416 - (C) WONDERFUL CUSTOM BROWNING DIANA GRADE

Fabulous Angelo Bee engraved Diana Grade with rounded frame. This gun was custom ordered and built by our consignor with truly magnificent wood. Made with straight grip stock which is of incredible European walnut checkered in three point pattern

Lot: 1417 - (M) CASED CAESAR GUERINI MAXUM SPORTING O/U

A very nice 20/28 gauge combination two barrel set. Both set of barrels measure to 28" and have low profile ventilated ribs with brass front bead sights. In addition both sets of barrels are mono bloc and are fitted with the makers multi choke

Lot: 1418 - (M) CASED ABBIATICO AND SALVINELLI OVER-UNDER

A dainty .410 Jorema over-under shotgun built in 1981. This sleek Italian made shotgun features 26 - 3/4" barrels, ventilated thin filed top rib, steel bead with 3" chambers and fixed chokes of Improved Modified and Improved Cylinder. The crisp

Lot: 1419 - (M) EXCEPTIONALLY FINE DESENZANI OVER-UNDER

25" finely struck demi-bloc barrels are fitted with flat, matted, solid rib with small lunate extension. Left side of top barrel is engraved "DESENZANI & C. BRESCIA". Barrel flats are stamped with 1988 Italian nitro proofs, serial number,

Lot: 1420 - (M) IVO FABBRI "MAJESTIC" OVER-UNDER "FOREST" GAME

12 ga. 25" demi-bloc barrels are fitted with slightly raised, matted, solid rib. Left side of top barrel is engraved "IVO FABBRI - BRESCIA" and right side "VACUUM ARC REMELTING STEEL". Bottom flat is stamped with 1987 Italian nitro proofs for 2 -

Lot: 1421 - (M) KRIEGHOFF K-20 "BAVARIAN ROYAL" OVER-UNDER

This gorgeous small gauge set has a set of 20ga, 28ga, and 410ga barrels each of which are fitted with raised ventilated matted rib and have steel mid-beads and white front beads. Forearm is checkered in point pattern, has Schnabel tip, and Deeley

Lot: 1422 - (M) P. BERETTA OVER UNDER SHOTGUN WITH CASE AND

A nicely engraved sidelock SO5 circa 1970 with beautiful floral scroll and bouquets. (A) Barrels have a ventilated flat cross hatched top rib with a white round front sight and is Briley choked. (B) Barrels are ported with same rib type, white mid

Lot: 1423 - (M) KRIEGHOFF K80 "TRAP STANDARD" LEFT HANDED 12

Set up for serious left handed trap shooters, this gun has a raised ventilated matted top rib with steel mid and white front bead. Fitted with choke tubes at muzzle. Forend is checkered on sides with small Deeley release. Coin finished action is

Lot: 1424 - (M) PERAZZI SCO OVER-UNDER SHOTGUN.

This competition clay gun is built with ventilated barrels, slender top rib with a steel mid bead and a white front sight bead. Mono-bloc barrels are fitted with a top narrow, matted, ventilated rib. "PERAZZI BRESCIA MADE IN ITALY" is marked on left

Lot: 1425 - (M) KRIEGHOFF K80 CUSTOM "GOLD BOUQUET" OVER/UNDER

Delivered to our client in June of 2013, this beautiful high grade left handed Krieghoff with matted ventilated top rib which has steel mid and white front beads. Barrels marked with Ottsville, PA address and "Made in Germany". Forend is checkered in

Lot: 1426 - (M) KRIEGHOFF K80 SUPER SCROLL 12 BORE OVER-UNDER

Beautiful and tasteful K-80 with low profile ventilated matted top rib with steel mid and white front beads. Made for a serious target shooter, this gun has choke tubes and is fitted with Schnabel tip fired that is checkered in point pattern with

Lot: 1427 - (M) ABBIATICO & SALVINELLI OVER-UNDER SHOTGUN

A beautiful .410 single triggered sidelock over-under ejector by Abbiatico & Salvinelli built in 1986. Barrels with ventilated matted, filed rib and front steel bead. Makers name in gold on top side of left barrel near breech. Action is bright,

Lot: 1428 - (C) MATCHED BRACE J. PURDEY & SONS OVER UNDER

(1961) Guns are denoted by gold inlaid letter "A" and "B" on breech end of ribs, top levers, and forend tips. All barrel sets are 28" and of demi-bloc construction with matted, ventilated ribs. Left sides of top barrels are engraved with Purdey's

Lot: 1429 - (M) CSMC MODEL 21 "GRAND AMERICAN" OVER UNDER

(Circa 2015) Galazan's response to the demand for a Model 21 for the over/under shooter. This well made and nicely embellished gun has 28" mono-bloc barrels with matted ventilated rib are fitted with choke tubes. Black finished over/under action with

Lot: 1430 - (M) 20 GAUGE CSMC "INVERNESS" OVER UNDER SINGLE

(Circa 2015) This well made and finished gun has styling reminiscent of the iconic John Dickson round action. It has 30" mono-bloc barrels with ventilated rib. Case hardened round bodied over/under action has elongated top tang with swell toward

Lot: 1431 - (M) KRIEGHOFF K-80 OVER UNDER 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN

Manufactured in 2010. Fitted with split collar banded barrels a raised vent rib, steel mid bead, white front sight bead, Kreighoff multi chokes (IC and SK fitted). The brushed grey patina finished frame features acanthus style engraving with standard

Lot: 1432 - (C) CASED BROWNING DIANA GRADE SUPERPOSED 12 GAUGE

Manufactured in 1961, in Belgium with a Broadway Superposed vent rib barrel. Dual white bead sights on the matted vent rib which is mounted on a nicely figured, checkered beavertail forearm. Underside of bottom barrel is unusually marked "SUPERPOSED

Lot: 1433 - (M) RIZZINI "ARTEMIS DELUXE" OVER-UNDER SHOTGUN

Made in 2003, this Artemis De Luxe Model has full length matted ventilated top rib with white front bead. Round nose forend with push button release is near fully checkered with diamond at center with engraved forend iron. Coin finished action is

Lot: 1434 - (M) CASED BROWNING MODEL 525 OVER-UNDER SHOTGUN.

A circa 2005 nice 20 and 28 gauge combination shotgun. 30" ventilated rib barrels with ejectors, standard markings and Muller Featherlite choke tube system. (A) barrels have (U3) modified and (U2) improved modified installed as well as the "B"

Lot: 1435 - (M) PERAZZI MIRAGE S OVER/UNDER 12 BORE SHOTGUN

A very nice special sporting model made in 1994 in Italy by Perazzi. The gun has 29 - 1/2" ventilated barrels with the top barrels rib having mid and front beads. Black receiver fitted with a gold wash single selective inertia trigger and a tang

Lot: 1436 - (C) FRANZ SODIA FERLACH OVER UNDER SHOTGUN.

A very nice 16 bore 26" barreled boxlock ejector game gun with narrow matte ventilated rib and white bead. The barrels are also nicely fitted with a three piece forend and loop for sling. Chokes are Full and Full. The coin finished action is nicely

Lot: 1437 - (M) B. RIZZINI "PREMIER SPORTING" 12 BORE OVER

(1995) Imported by New England Arms in the mid 1990's, this gun has 32" mono-bloc barrels with slightly raised ventilated rib and ventilated mid ribs. Mono-bloc is stamped with 1995 Italian nitro proofs. Robust, coin finished action with single

Lot: 1438 - (M) 20 BORE CSMC "REVELATION" OVER UNDER EJECTOR

(Circa 2015) CSMC brings a well made attractive over/under gun to the lower priced market with the "Revelation". This gun has 30" mono-bloc barrels with ventilated rib, fitted with choke tubes. Rounded case hardened action features single selective

Lot: 1439 - (M) BROWNING PIGEON GRADE SUPERPOSED OVER UNDER

A Belgium made Browning with classic blue/satin gray tone finished action. Built in 1973. Nicely figured walnut stock with checkered pistol grip and beavertail forend. Barrels have a ventilated top rib with small white mid bead and front foresight

Lot: 1440 - (M) KEMEN O/U SHOTGUN.

A very nice 12 gauge boxlock Kemen over-under with 30" ventilated barrels and a pair of Briley S2 extended chokes (Mod and Mod). Top ventilated filed rib with mid-bead and white blade foresight. Blonde Schnable forend with engraved hardware and

Lot: 1441 - (M) SPECIALLY MADE C.S.M. MODEL 21 20/28 BORE 2

(Circa 1998) Two sets of 30" barrels, both with ventilated ribs and have grade, manufacturer and gauge and chamber markings on top of left barrels. Gauge and chamber markings along with serial numbers appear on engine turned barrel flats. Both barrel

Lot: 1442 - (C) J. PURDEY & SONS EXTRA FINISH SIDELOCK EJECTOR

(ca 1921) 26" and 28" chopper lump barrels (28" denoted by gold inlaid "C") are engraved with Purdey's famous Audley House London address and Whitworth steel information on slightly swamped narrow game ribs set with two ivory beads. Barrel flats are

Lot: 1443 - (M) 28 GAUGE ABBIATICO AND SALVINELLI VENERE

26 - 7/8" chopper lump barrels with slightly raised matted flat game rib are gold inlaid "ABBIATICO & SALVINELLI" on top of left barrel. Gun appears to be no. 2 of a pair with "2" in gold on rear of rib, top lever, and forend tip. Barrel flats

Lot: 1444 - (M) STUNNING 28 BORE ABBIATICO & SALVINELLI CASED

Proofed in 1980, this beautiful little Venere Extra side lock ejector 28 gauge gun was made right about the time when M. Abbiatico and R. Salvinelli set out to build some of the worlds finest shotguns. This gun represents a nice combination of

Lot: 1445 - (M) PERUGINI & VISINI SIDE BY SIDE RIFLE WITH

Manufactured in Brescia, Italy, this high quality .375 H&H Magnum boxlock double barrel rifle also features a second set of 20 bore side by side barrels. The rifle barrels are fitted with a thin gold inlay band and cross cut quarter rib with

Lot: 1446 - (C) LOVELY 16 GAUGE PURDEY SIDELOCK EJECTOR SINGLE

(1968) 26" chopper lump barrels are engraved "J. Purdey & Sons. Audley House. South Audley Street. London. England." on narrow swamped game rib. Barrel flats are stamped with London nitro proofs for 2 - 3/4" chambers. Bottoms of barrels are

Lot: 1447 - (M) PAIR OF 20 GAUGE HOLLAND & HOLLAND ROYAL

(Ca. 1989) A lively and balanced matched pair of 20 bore Holland & Holland Royal Deluxe side by side shotguns. Chopper lump barrels both measure 28" and are engraved "Modele Deluxe" on swamped narrow game ribs. Makers name and 33 Bruton Street

Lot: 1448 - (M) CASED ABBIATICO & SALVINELLI VENERE EXTRA 28

Proofed in 1980, this finely crafted example certainly represents one of their attempts at combining the finest gun making with world class embellishment. Beautifully struck 27-3/4"" chopper lump barrels are fitted with slightly raised, tapered, flat

Lot: 1449 - (M) 20 BORE ABBIATICO AND SALVINELLI SIDE BY SIDE

A beautiful Venere Extra 20 bore Italian made gun with proof marks indicating the gun was built in 1981. The gun exhibits the great craftsmanship and beauty that Mario Abbiatico and Remo Salvinelli became known for. This gun with 26 -3/4" chopper

Lot: 1450 - (C) JAMES PURDEY EXTRA FINISH SIDELOCK EJECTOR

(ca 1952) 26" and 28" Steel chopper lump barrels with ventilated ribs, and two ivory beads are engraved “J. Purdey & Sons” on top of left barrels, and “Audley House, South Audley Street, London, England” on right barrels. 28"

Lot: 1451 - (C) JOSEPH LANG & SON 16 BORE SIDELOCK EJECTOR

(ca 1909) 28" Dovetailed barrels are engraved "Joseph Lang & Son. 102. New Bond Street. London. W." on narrow swamped game rib. Barrel flats are stamped with older London nitro proofs and 1992 Birmingham re-proofs for 2 - 3/4" chambers. Bottoms

Lot: 1452 - (C) JOSEPH LANG & SON .410 DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN.

A fine .410 gauge boxlock side by side built in 1911. Handsome blued 26 inch barrels with solid concave rib, doll's head extension and round steel front bead sight. Rib engraved "JOSEPH LANG & SON, 102 NEW BOND STREET. LONDON" with 2 - 1/2 inch

Lot: 1453 - (M) ABBIATICO & SALVINELLI ZEUS SIDE BY SIDE

Circa 1991 12 Gauge Zeus Model Round Body Boxlock Side by Side Shotgun made with 26 - 1/4" dovetail barrels. Chokes in barrel set number (A) are Improved Cylinder and Cylinder, Barrel set number (B) are modified and modified. Built with a nice single

Lot: 1454 - (M) ATTRACTIVE 20 GAUGE ABBIATICO AND SALVINELLI

(2003) 28 - 5/8" Chopper lump barrels are engraved with makers name on slightly swamped, matted game rib. Barrel flats are stamped with 2003 Italian nitro proofs. Coin finished round bodied boxlock action features automatic safety (SAFE inlaid in

Lot: 1455 - (M) S. LUCCHINI SELF-COCKING EJECTOR DOUBLE HAMMER

This outstanding quality and elegant Italian hammer gun has 28" chopper lump barrels fitted with slightly raised matted concave rib. Tops of barrels are engraved with gauge, chamber, and length on right, and "New England Arms Co" on left. Barrel

Lot: 1456 - (C) SCARCE BROWNING SUPERPOSED GRADE "V" FIELD

(1953) The grade "V" was one of the highest grades normally offered before the introduction of the "VI" of the late fifties and the "Midas" of the sixties onward with gold inlay. The "V" was the forerunner to and closely resembles the later "Diana"

Lot: 1457 - (M) PIOTTI BSEE PIUMA SIDE BY SIDE 12 GAUGE

Handsome case colored semi round scalloped action boxlock shotgun built in 1983. Chopper lump 27" barrels with ejectors. Matted flat top rib to a steel bead. Left barrel reads "F. LLi Piotti ITALY" Right barrel reads "AcciAio .S.i.A.U UM 6". Good

Lot: 1458 - (C) CHURCHILL HERCULES 1A SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN

An exceptional 12 bore assisted opening boxlock ejector by Churchill built in 1962. 25" dovetail barrels with Churchill narrow matted rib, inlaid "XXV" in gold and 2 -3/4" nitro proof chambers. Chokes are quarter and quarter. Barrels are engraved

Lot: 1459 - (C) CASED CHARLES BOSWELL SIDE BY SIDE 12 GAUGE

Early circa 1906 ejector game gun with two sets of 12 bore 30" barrels. An older set of chopper lump barrels have broad flat file cut rib and are engraved “Charles Boswell. Maker. 126. Strand. London." "WC” on top of left barrel and

Lot: 1460 - (M) FERLIB F. VII SIDE BY SIDE .410 SHOTGUN.

A very fine .410 with bright 26 - 1/8" dovetail barrels, concave matted game rib and brass front bead. Right barrel reads "Mod. F.VII 'W.L. Moore & Co., Westlake Vlq., Ca.'" Left Barrel reads "Libero - Ferraglio - Ferlib - Italy - ". Coin

Lot: 1461 - (C) STEEL BARRELED PURDEY MARKED BAR-IN-WOOD

(Purdey number corresponds to 1882) 30 - 3/16" dovetailed steel barrels with slightly raised flat matted rib are engraved "J. Purdey & Son." (no S) "314 - 1/2/ Oxford Street. London." on tops. Barrel flats are stamped with 1986 London re-proofs

Lot: 1462 - (C) SCARCE 28 GAUGE PARKER "VHE" SHOTGUN NICELY

(1925) 00 Frame. 26" barrels have Parker Brothers Meriden CT. address and "VULCAN STEEL" on matted rib. All correct markings are on water table and lumps including June 1947 Remington repair code. Typical small case hardened Parker action with

Lot: 1463 - (C) JAMES PURDEY HEAVY PROOF SIDELOCK SINGLE

(Circa 1909) Two sets of chopper lump barrels, 27 - 1/8" set with slightly raised pigeon rib, 29" barrels with slightly swamped game rib. Both sets are engraved with Purdey's South Audley Street address and Whitworth steel information on tops. Barrel

Lot: 1464 - (C) PARKER DHE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

A nicely engraved circa 1925 Parker 16 gauge. Barrels are 28" and show to be sound with a concave matted solid rib and a single bead. Rib reads "Parker Bros.Makers.Meriden. CT. U.S.A. Titanic Steel." with arrows at both ends. This shotgun is one of

Lot: 1465 - (C) FINE LITTLE LIGHTWEIGHT HOLLAND & HOLLAND 16

(1926) 28" chopper lump barrels with narrow swamped game rib are engraved "Holland & Holland." and "98 New Bond Street, London." on tops. Gun is "1" of a pair with "1" inlaid in gold at rear portion of rib, on top lever, and forend tip. Barrel

Lot: 1466 - (M) .410 ABBIATICO AND SALVINELLI SLE SIDE BY SIDE

A lovely .410 Venere Extra Model proofed in 1979. This little beauty has been built with 26" chopper lump barrels with a small black front sight, flat top tapered matted rib, ejectors and makers name on left barrel. Chokes are Improved Cylinder and

Lot: 1467 - (C) FINE MATCHED PAIR OF JOHN DICKSON ROUND ACTION

(1925) 29" chopper lump barrels are engraved with Dickson's name and Edinburgh address on narrow swamped game ribs. Rear portions of ribs are gold inlaid "1" and "2" which also appears on top levers, and forend tips denoting a true pair. These guns

Lot: 1468 - (C) FINE PAIR OF BOSS & CO. SIDELOCK EJECTOR

(ca 1906) Chopper lump barrels are engraved "Boss & Co 73, St. James's Street London." on narrow swamped game ribs. The numbers "1" and "2" are gold inlaid on rear portions of ribs, top levers, and forend tips denoting a true pair. Barrel flats

Lot: 1469 - (M) 20 BORE HEAVY PROOF (3" CHAMBER) PURDEY

(ca 1972) 27" chopper lump barrels with narrow, matted game rib are engraved "J. Purdey & Sons." and "Audley House. South Audley Street. London. England." on tops. Barrel flats are stamped with London nitro proofs for 3" chambers. Bottoms of

Lot: 1470 - (C) CASED JAMES PURDEY 20 BORE DOUBLE BARREL

A beautiful circa 1939 20 bore with 28" chopper lump barrels and smooth, narrow, concave game rib with small steel front bead is engraved “J. Purdey & Sons. Audley House. South Audley Street. London. England.” Barrel flats have London

Lot: 1471 - (C) WORLD FAMOUS J.C. GREEN 2 GUN SET OF PARKER

(May 1937) Made as an "all gauge" set for the relatively new game of skeet shooting for sportsman and skeet shooting enthusiast, J. Cliff Green of Centerville, MD. Parker came up with two guns, one 12 and 20 gauge on 1/2 frame, the other 28 and .410

Lot: 1472 - (C) LOVELY PAIR OF "GOLDEN AGE" BOSS EASY OPENING

(1936) 27" chopper lump barrels are engraved "Boss & Co 41, Albemarle Street, Piccadilly, London. W. Made in England" on swamped narrow game ribs. "1" and "2" are gold inlaid on rear portions of ribs, top levers, and forend tips denoting a true

Lot: 1473 - (M) UNIQUE AND IMPRESSIVE SMALL GAUGE SIDELOCK

(1971) Six sets of barrels, two each of 20, 28, and .410 gauge, all are of dovetail construction, and fitted with slightly raised matted, ventilated ribs with ivory beads. Barrel sets are inlaid in gold with "I" "II" and "III" for tightly choked

Lot: 1474 - (M) BEAUTIFUL 28 GAUGE ABBIATICO & SALVINELLI

(1984) 26 - 3/4" Chopper lump barrels with slightly raised matted rib are gold inlaid "abbiatico & salvinelli" on side of left barrel. Barrel flats are stamped with 1984 Italian nitro proofs. This gun is of A & S's best period which features

Lot: 1475 - (C) PAIR OF "GOLDEN AGE" HOLLAND & HOLLAND "ROYAL

(1932) 26 - 1/2" chopper lump barrels are engraved "Royal Brevis" on narrow swamped game ribs. Tops of barrels are engraved "Holland & Holland" "33 Bruton Street London". Guns were built as a pair with the number "1" and "2" in gold on breech

Lot: 1476 - (C) PAIR OF JOSEPH LANG SIDELOCK EJECTOR DOUBLE

(ca 1905) 28" Dovetailed barrels. Barrels of gun no. "1" are unmarked. Barrel flats are stamped with Birmingham nitro proofs for 2 - 1/2" chambers. Bottoms of barrels are stamped "MADE IN ENGLAND". Barrels of gun no. "2" are engraved "Joseph Lang

Lot: 1477 - (M) RARE BROWNING CUSTOM SHOP 20 GAUGE "ANSON

(1999) 28 - 1/8" chopper lump barrels with slightly raised matted rib, are engraved "CAL 20 GA SHELLS 2 3/4"" and "Browning SA MADE IN BELGIUM" on tops. Barrel flats are stamped with Belgian nitro proofs for 2 - 3/4" chambers. Coin finished

Lot: 1478 - (C) ROBUST WESTLEY RICHARDS DETACHABLE (DROPLOCK)

(ca 1906) 30" dovetailed barrels with slightly swamped game rib are engraved "Westley Richards & Co" and "London" on tops. Barrel flats are stamped with Birmingham nitro proofs for 2 - 1/2" chambers. Bottoms of barrels are stamped with

Lot: 1479 - (C) RARE RIGBY RISING BITE 12 BORE SHOTGUN WITH

Scarce Rising Bite action with concave tapered top rib with ivory mid and steel front beads and have makers name and address on rib with scroll and floral engraving present. Splinter forend with rotary latch release which is scroll engraved and near

Lot: 1480 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 21 SIDE BY SIDE 20 GAUGE

A very nice custom 20 gauge, 26" barrel, blue finish, and a beautiful feather crotch walnut stock. This is a post-World War II (circa 1969) production piece with a matte concave game rib and pistol grip stock with factory steel cap. Single steel

Lot: 1481 - (A) PURDEY BAR-IN-WOOD TOP LEVER HAMMER 12 BORE

(1884) 29 - 7/8" steel barrels are engraved with Purdey's Audley House address and Whitworth steel information on slightly raised, concave game rib. Barrel flats are stamped with London black powder proofs. Bottoms of barrels are stamped with serial

Lot: 1482 - (M) UNUSUAL SIDE BY SIDE RIFLE / OVER-UNDER

(1993?) 23 - 3/4" Barrel set with side by side 9.3x74R rifle barrels and 20 gauge over under shotgun barrels is engraved "Waffen Juch - Grund Ferlach" on full length matted rib. Rib holds claw scope bases and gold plated folding rear sight set 6 -

Lot: 1483 - (C) H. BURGSMULLER & SOHNE SIDE BY SIDE SIDELOCK

(Pre-World War I) 26 - 3/4" rifle/shotgun barrels are gold inlaid "H. Burgsmuller & Sohne Kreiensen" in milled out portion of full length matted rib fitted with one standing leaf rear sight and silver bead front. 29 - 1/2" double shotgun barrels

Lot: 1484 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 21 SIDE BY SIDE 12 BORE

A circa 1935, beautifully refinished, and in excellent condition two barrel set. Matted concave ribs with steel mid beads and red front sight beads. Winchester proof steel. Checkered walnut pistol grip stock and beavertail forearm. Stock equipped

Lot: 1485 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 21 DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN.

A 12 gauge, 30" side by side circa 1937. Barrels with ejectors, solid, checkered matted concave rib, blued finish and single steel front bead sight. Choked with Briley Multi Chokes. The left barrel is marked "Made in U.S.A. Winchester Repeating Arms

Lot: 1486 - (M) AYA NUMBER 2 SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

A lovely two barrel set, 28 bore, circa 1981 with 26" chopper lump barrels with smooth concave game ribs and steel front bead sights. First (A) set of barrels are choked modified and improved cylinder, Second (B) set of barrels choked improved

Lot: 1487 - (M) ARRIETTA MODEL 557 SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

Recent production Arrietta 557 imported from Spain by Quality Arms Houston, Texas. Scalloped case hardened sidelock action with detachable sidelocks with hand engraved floral pattern. Blued barrels with smooth concave rib and floral engraving at the

Lot: 1488 - (C) WELL ENGINEERED AND VERY INTERESTING HIGH

(ca 1935) 27 - 1/2" chopper lump barrels have very deeply swamped game rib. Rear portion of rib is fitted with square shouldered dovetail extension which engages interesting rising bite third fastener. Bottoms of barrels are stamped with French nitro

Lot: 1489 - (C) HIGH QUALITY UNION ARMERA (GRULLA) MODEL 215

(1952) 27 - 1/2" chopper lump barrels with slightly raised game rib are engraved "UNION ARMERA S. L. - EIBAR" and "ARMERIA BARCELONESA S.L." "BARCELONA" on tops. Engine turned barrel flats are stamped with 1952 Spanish nitro proofs for 2 - 3/4"

Lot: 1490 - (C) ONE OF ONLY 59 PURDEY SINGLE BARREL TRAP

(circa 1928) This scarce, best quality single barrel trap gun has a 32" demi bloc barrel, fitted with a slightly raised ventilated matted rib with front and middle beads. Left side of barrel is engraved "J. Purdey & Sons. Audley House. South

Lot: 1491 - (M) LUDWIG BOROVNIK - FERLACH OF AUSTRIA SINGLE

A very nice 12 gauge with a single 32 - 3/4" barrel. Barrel has a wide ventilated filed rib with a white mid bead and an orange plastic bladed front sight. Full Choke. The grey patina action with disc striker has a double Kersten bolt locking

Lot: 1492 - (C) RARE HOFFMAN ARMS SIDELOCK EJECTOR SINGLE

(ca 1915 by W. & C. Scott, Finished by Hoffman around 1930) 34" demi-bloc barrel is engraved "HOFFMAN ARMS CO. ARDMORE OKLA" on raised matted ventilated rib with cloverleaf extension. Barrel flats are stamped with Birmingham nitro proofs for 2 -

Lot: 1493 - (C) HOLLAND & HOLLAND SINGLE BARREL SHOTGUN.

Ca. 1964, this nitro proofed London best "Super Trap" gun is featured with a removable ventilated matted (stippled) flat top rib with dual steal sights. Near breech rib reads "HOLLAND & HOLLAND. 13, BRUTON STREET, LONDON." Mono-bloc blued steel

Lot: 1494 - (M) PERAZZI TMX TRAP GRADE SINGLE BARREL SHOTGUN

Circa 1982 single barrel trap gun by Perazzi of Italy. This shotgun features a dual bead, filed flat raised vent rib on a solid steel barrel with blue finish, and non-ejector (extractor). Barrel is mounted on a nicely figured diamond checkered walnut

Lot: 1495 - (M) ITHACA SINGLE BARREL TRAP SHOTGUN

Circa 1946 beautiful fully renovated 12 gauge trap gun. Appears to be built on the Ithaca V action which is stated on the guns water table. Barrel is 32" long and has a flat top matted tapered rib with a white middle bead and white front sight bead.

Lot: 1496 - (C) EARLY POST-WAR COLT MODEL 1911A1 .38 SUPER

Built in 1950 after post-war resumption of series began in 1946, they were still using some pre-war parts such as the checkered safety. All other parts are post-war serrated with exception of World War II era brown plastic grips. Blue finish with

Lot: 1497 - (C) CASED FACTORY ENGRAVED & SILVER PLATED STEVENS

This lovely pocket rifle features what appears to a factory engraved frame with a squirrel on right and left panels surrounded by fine scroll with similar style engraving on backstrap, butt and trigger guard. The barrel is 15". Matching serial number

Lot: 1498 - (C) 1912 HOPKINS & ALLEN NEW MODEL SKELETON STOCK

In 1912, Hopkins & Allen introduced a "bicycle-type" 22 caliber rifle/pistol. It came as a standard single shot with a factory 18" barrel, nickel plated, with hard rubber grips. It came with an adjustable rear sight and high target front sight.

Lot: 1499 - (C) RARE US COLT WOODSMAN MATCH TARGET .22 LONG

Noted author Charles Pate estimated that 3962 Colt Match Target pistols were ordered by the US Government during the war. This is the second variation with the serial number stamped on front strap. The left side of barrel has standard Match Target

Lot: 1500 - (C) RARE OBREGON SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 11.43 mm (.45 ACP). Extremely rare pistol in the United States with only about 1,000 ever made, built somewhat on the order of the Colt 1911A1, by Fabrica de Armas Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico for commercial sale. This is a basic copy of the

Lot: 1501 - (C) RARE BLUE COLT Model 1911AI US ARMY SEMI

Pre-war 1941 Colt inspected by Charles Reed who worked from 1938-40 only. The finish is brushed blue by Colt, one of the last blue examples and assembled in early 1941 as Reed inspected this gun in 1940. The right side of frame has "UNITED STATES

Lot: 1502 - (C) DWM 1902 LUGER CARBINE SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

Produced to be sold commercially in Germany and abroad. Features include round barrel with integral ramp front sight and four position rear carbine sight. Long frame with stock lug and frame extension for the fore stock. Early features include dished

Lot: 1503 - (C) RARE WALTHER FACTORY CUT-AWAY P.38 WORLD WAR

This rare and unusual pistol is completely unmarked with the exception of "3A" stamped into the left side of the frame by the importer and Eagle/359 inspected on the locking block. Factory cuts made in the right side of the pistol through the frame,

Lot: 1504 - (C) EXTREMELY RARE FACTORY COLLECTION SAVAGE 1907

This is a very rare, documented Savage model 1907 .45 Amy test pistol. According to the Edward Meadows book "U.S. MILITARY AUTOMATIC PISTOLS", this particular gun by serial number, was issued to Troop I, 3rd Cavalry Regiment stationed at Fort

Lot: 1505 - (C) DUTCH M-11 LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH

Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, and V notch rear sight on rear link. Thumb safety marked "RUST" with an arrow pointing upwards, extractor marked "GELADEN" on both sides, and front toggle link marked "DWM" in

Lot: 1506 - (C) RARE WEBLEY & SCOTT MARK I No. 2 1915

Machined on left grip panel to accept a removable stock and fitted with the newly invented rotary rear sight and chambered for the .455 cartridge. This variation was approved on April 26, 1915 after receiving an order for 300 such examples with 150

Lot: 1507 - (C) BOXED PRE-WAR COLT MODEL 1911-A1 .38 SUPER

This beautiful pre-War .38 Super was made in 1934 and is a standard blue example in all respects. Features include wide checkered wide spur hammer, checkered slide stop and safety, full checkered walnut grips, checkered arched mainspring housing,

Lot: 1508 - (C) RARE WORLD WAR I DWM 1906 UNALTERED FIRST

Original configuration first issue Navy contract Luger with the safety marking below the lever on the left side at the rear of the frame. Most of these were later converted into the second issue configuration with the safety markings being modified

Lot: 1509 - (C) HIGH CONDITION RUSSIAN SHIPPED COLT 1911 A1 US

This high condition mid-war Colt features a checkered arched mainspring housing, checkered wide spur hammer, black parkerized finish, Keyes type brown plastic grips, short checkered trigger, and a type III rear sight with beveled edges and square

Lot: 1510 - (C) FINE WORLD WAR I DWM 1906 FIRST ISSUE NAVY

This is a first issue Navy contract Luger, safety marking originally below the lever on the left side of the frame at the rear. The marking was arsenal removed and re-stamped above the lever. Crown/M inspectors marks. All matching numbers with the

Lot: 1511 - (C) MAUSER G DATE NAVY MARKED SEMI AUTOMATIC

Features include round barrel, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADEN", front toggle link marked "S/42" and "G" over the chamber. Two piece wood checkered grips. Detachable box magazine. CONDITION: Gun

Lot: 1512 - (M) RARE CASED MBA ASSOCIATES GYROJET MK I

Robert Mainhardt and Art Biehl joined forces to form MBAssociates, or MBA, in order to develop Biehl's armor-piercing rocket rounds. Originally developed in a .51 caliber, the cartridges were self-contained self-propelled rockets with calibers

Lot: 1513 - (C) HIGH CONDITION US COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI

This beauty is a standard Colt US Army Model made in 1918. Standard features include checkered wide spur hammer, long smooth trigger, flat mainspring housing, diamond checkered walnut grips, checkered slide stop and safety, type II rear sight with

Lot: 1514 - (C) COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

Blued barrel is stamped "PH" perpendicular to bore, sans 'HP' sans serifs, which is proper for the serial number of this gun. Slide has the 1913 patent date with standing pony at rear. Right side simply states "MODEL OF 1911 US ARMY". Inspector stamp

Lot: 1515 - (C) COLT M1911-A1/ACE SEMI AUTOMATIC .22 PISTOL

Offered is a standard first year production Colt Ace pistol. Standard features include short checkered trigger, checkered arched mainspring housing with no loop, checkered wide spur trigger, Colt adjustable rear sight, fully checkered walnut grips,

Lot: 1516 - (C) DWM 1906 COMMERCIAL NAVY SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL

1906 Commercial Navy Luger. Features include short frame, round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, two position adjustable 100-200 meter rear sight on rear toggle link, wide grip safety, checkered walnut grips, and a "CAL9M/M" eight round

Lot: 1517 - (C) WALTHER CODE 480 P38 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

Features include all matching numbers. Brown Bakelite two piece grips. Correct eagle 359 Waffenampts on right side of receiver. Inverted V dovetailed front sight and U notch rear sight. Correct eight round detachable magazine with eagle 359

Lot: 1518 - (C) 1914 ERFURT LP08 ARTILLERY LUGER WITH HOLSTER,

Manufactured by Erfurt for the Imperial German military. Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V fine tune front sight, nine position adjustable fine tune rear sight at rear of barrel, thumb safety marked "Gesichert" in the upper

Lot: 1519 - (C) JAPANESE BABY NAMBU SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH

These rare and popular pistols were all chambered in the small 7mm caliber and made at the same factory as the "Papa" Nambu which was made from 1909-1927. This pistol was made at the Koishikawa-Tokyo plant. (Arsenal logo stamped on frame). They

Lot: 1520 - (C) 1942 KRIEGHOFF LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

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

Lot: 1521 - (C) IMPORTANT SERIAL NUMBER D1 INGLIS HIGH POWER

Manufactured in 1945. The only known "D" series Inglis High Power to exist. Well documented and featured on page 109 of the book "INGLIS DIAMOND - THE CANADIAN HIGH POWER PISTOL" by Clive Law. This near pristine example has the early Inglis slide

Lot: 1522 - (C) SAIPAN PROVENANCE US COLT MODEL 1911-A1 SEMI

This gun is an all original US Colt World War II era gun with a serial number dating it to 1941. It is standard in all respects with a GHD (Guy Dewey) stamp and crossed cannons on left side with all proper World War II era Colt parts and parkerized

Lot: 1523 - (C) CIA DEER GUN SINGLE SHOT PISTOL.

These guns are shrouded in mystery. Produced by American Machine & Foundry company, it is a single shot 9mm pistol. Made to serve a similar purpose to the infamous "Liberator" pistols of World War II. 1,000 “Deer” guns were made in

Lot: 1524 - (C) PRISTINE 36 DATED KRIEGHOFF LUGER SEMI

Manufactured by Krieghoff for the German Luftwaffe. Rare and desirable two digit 36 chamber dated Luger. Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the

Lot: 1525 - (C) MAUSER C96 LARGE RING MILLED PANEL CARBINE

Mauser made relatively few Large Ring Milled Panel Carbines. This mid-production example has a 16" barrel with a drift adjustable bead front sight and a grooved slip-in 50-500 rear sight in which the groove is continued into the securing lug. Usual

Lot: 1526 - (A) A RARE AND DESIRABLE CONEHAMMER MAUSER WITH

Late production Conehammer with 5 - 1/2" barrel and pinned 50-500 rear sight. Usual chamber address with Crown/Crown/U marking on the left side of the barrel extension and antler proof on the right side. The initials “ARF”, inlaid in

Lot: 1527 - (C) LOT OF TWO: A RARE AND HIGHLY DESIRABLE PAIR

Lot consists of (A) Standard configuration AutoMag made at the Pasadena facility. Red ramp front sight with adjustable white outline rear, matted vented rib, plastic grips, serrated front and grip straps, serrated trigger. Stainless steel finish.

Lot: 1528 - (C) RARE COLT Model 1911-A1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL

According to Colt research, this is one of a one hundred gun shipment from Colt to the Royal Norwegian Naval Service in Halifax, Canada on January 16, 1942. In June 1940, some 13 warships and 5 aircraft of the Royal Norwegian Navy, including their

Lot: 1529 - (C) RARE HIGH POLISH 480 CODE WALTHER P38 SEMI

Rarely seen 480 code Walther P-38 with matching numbers that is finished in the commercial quality blue. Waffenampt stamps on frame, slide, barrel, locking bolster and hammer (Eagle 359 inspection). Black plastic grips. Post war replacement magazine.

Lot: 1530 - (C) PRE-WAR COLT MODEL 1911-A1 NATIONAL MATCH

Beginning in 1934, the Stevens adjustable target became available, one of which is present on this gun. This is a standard commercial model National Match target pistol made in 1934 and has all standard features for a gun made that year to include

Lot: 1531 - (C) VL&A MARKED LATE SHALLOW-MILLED LARGE RING

The left side of frame within the milled panel is stamped Von Lengerke & Detmold, New York. This model is often seen with this famous retailer stamp. The grips are the handsome gutta percha checkered style with monogram. Rear sight is graduated

Lot: 1532 - (C) EARLY LARGE RING FLATSIDE MAUSER C96

This is considered a late flatside model with 50-1000 meter adjustable rear. This model dates to early 1900's and many were imported into the US but this gun shows no signs of importation. All visible matching number including the wooden stock.

Lot: 1533 - (C) RARE COLT Model 1911A1 US ARMY SEMI AUTOMATIC

Pre-war 1941 Colt inspected by Robert Sears who worked from 1937-41 only. The finish appears to be a Colt parkerized type that with added manganese is an almost black dull finish with visible slide temper line. The right side of frame has "UNITED

Lot: 1534 - (C) 1906 REPUBLIC OF PORTUGAL NAVY LUGER WITH

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. Contract sale to Portugal. The Portuguese R.P. navy contract was for 300 pistols, sn 351-650. See Sturgess (red edition) p.680. Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front

Lot: 1535 - (C) 1906 REPUBLIC OF PORTUGAL NAVY LUGER WITH

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co. Contract sale to Portugal. The Portuguese R.P. navy contract was for 300 pistols, sn 351-650. See Sturgess (red edition) p.680. Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front

Lot: 1536 - (C) 1902 DWM AMERICAN EAGLE FAT BARREL

Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear toggle link, wide grip safety and narrow trigger, dished toggle with toggle lock, walnut checkered grips, and eight round detachable box magazine.

Lot: 1537 - (C) FANTASTIC US COLT Model 1908 SEMI AUTOMATIC

Factory documented as being shipped November 9 1944 to Springfield Armory in a shipment of 649 guns as blue finish Cal, 380. "US PROPERTY" stamped on right side of frame with Navy ordnance bomb stamped on left side of frame. Blue finish with

Lot: 1538 - (C) HIGH CONDITION COMMERCIAL COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI

This is a standard World War I era commercial model made in 1917 and has all standard features for a gun made that year to include checkered wide spur hammer, flat mainspring housing with loop, checkered slide stop, and safety. The slide is stamped

Lot: 1539 - (M) BOXED COLT CUSTOM GUN SHOP MODEL 1911 SERIES

The matching Colt Custom Gun Shop box end label reads "w/special customizing". The Colt factory letter states that this was #3 of a 600 gun mini-series and listed with Pachmayr grips, ambidextrous safety, wide grip safety, checkered mainspring

Lot: 1540 - (M) SCARCE AS NEW BOXED COLT COMBAT COMMANDER .38

Made in 1971 and finished in the Colt Electroless nickel. This finish was highly susceptible to finish wear, toning and discoloration. CONDITION: This example has the original hue with the most minute of handling marks and minor take down line. The

Lot: 1541 - (M) SCARCE BOXED COLT COMBAT COMMANDER 9MM

Made in 1972 and finished in the Colt Electroless nickel. This finish was highly susceptible to finish wear, toning and discoloration. CONDITION: This example has a golden hue with just some surface marks from handling with a take down line. The

Lot: 1542 - (C) 1920 SWISS COMMERCIAL LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC

1920 commercial Swiss Cross in Sunburst. Features include long frame, round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear toggle link. Wide grip safety. Walnut checkered grips. Eight round detachable box magazine.

Lot: 1543 - (C) 1917 DATED DWM LP08 ARTILLERY LUGER

Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, nine position adjustable rear sight on rear of barrel, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADEN", front toggle link marked "DWM", and 1917

Lot: 1544 - (M) A RARE RPB INDUSTRIES SAP M10 OPEN BOLT

RPB Industries produced a limited number of these semi-automatic M10s while at their Atlanta, Georgia location. This pistol fires from an open bolt, similar to the fully automatic M10 submachine gun. Very few of these pistols were produced before ATF

Lot: 1545 - (C) BOXED US COLT Model 1911 US ARMY ANNISTON

This pistol is in the original Anniston Arsenal box dated Oct 11, 1965 with matching serial number to gun as shipped to Alabama. It is a Colt made in 1919. The left side of the frame has the AA stamp along with Springfield Eagle. Slide is stamped

Lot: 1546 - (C) 1923 SAFE AND LOADED LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC

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: 1547 - (C) BASEL POLICE LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

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 "GELADEN", front

Lot: 1548 - (C) 1920 COMMERCIAL LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL

According to consignor, this pistol has been examined by Jan Still and in his opinion it is an authentic "Death's Head" Luger. Death's head marking is over chamber, otherwise this is a 1920 Commercial Luger with standard features including extractor

Lot: 1549 - (M) DUMOULIN "PIONNIER" SIDEPLATED BOXLOCK EJECTOR

(Post 2000) 27" shoe lump barrels are fitted with matted quarter rib holding one standing, one folding leaf express rear sight, and front ramp with large white flip-over night bead hiding smaller gold bead. Tops of barrels are gold inlaid "MOD.

Lot: 1550 - (M) JAMES PURDEY SIDELOCK EJECTOR DANGEROUS GAME

(1992) James Purdey was well known for his express rifles during the percussion era, and in fact coined the term. In the breech loading era the company concentrated mostly on shotguns, and has produced fewer than 500 hammerless double rifles of all

Lot: 1551 - (C) FINE CONDITION BOXLOCK DANGEROUS GAME DOUBLE

(ca 1906) 26" Chopper lump barrels are fitted with full length file cut rib holding one standing, two folding leaf rear sight, has matching front ramp holding ivory bead. Ramp is fitted with patented folding sight protector. Tops of barrels are

Lot: 1552 - (C) CHARLES LANCASTER GRADE C BOXLOCK DANGEROUS

(ca 1914) 28" Chopper lump barrels with square shouldered dolls head rib extension, have one standing, two folding leaf express rear sight dovetailed through file cut quarter rib, and silver bead front sight in matching ramp. Top of right barrel is

Lot: 1553 - (C) WESTLEY RICHARDS & CO. SIDE BY SIDE DOUBLE

A very rare & special circa 1930 .404 Nitro Express Double Rifle from the premiere Birmingham, England gunmaker Westley Richards. From our research this sidelock double rifle in the .404 Jeffery Rimless Nitro Express cartridge is the only one

Lot: 1554 - (M) RENATO GAMBA/SAUER OVER-UNDER DANGEROUS GAME

25" Mono-bloc barrels are fitted with full length matted rib engraved "SAFARI - 72 - ARMI - RENATO - GAMBA - GARDONE - VT - ITALY" in unmatted portion of rib. A single folding leaf rear sight is dovetailed through and gold bead is in raised portion

Lot: 1555 - (C) HIGH ORIGINAL CONDITION MODEL 1903 MANNLICHER

(ca 1908) The 6.5 Mannlicher cartridge was very popular in Africa for its medium to small game because its long slim bullet had great penetration . Many of these Mannlicher rifles were retailed by various British houses. This particular rifle was

Lot: 1556 - (C) TRULY SUPERB OWEN BROTHERS CUSTOM SPRINGFIELD

(ca 1922) The Owen Brothers rifles are acknowledged to be the earliest of the Owens, are always of the highest quality and profusely engraved. Only about 12 examples are known. This fine lightweight specimen has no rear sight on slim tapered 21 -

Lot: 1557 - (M) HOLLAND & HOLLAND BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH

A very fine "1985 SESQUICENTENNIAL RIFLE" by Holland & Holland. Barrel that reads "HOLLAND & HOLLAND. 33, BRUTON STREET, LONDON." The barrel markings read ".458 WINCHESTER MAGNUM" on the left side of the barrel. The right side of the barrel

Lot: 1558 - (C) OVER-THE-TOP MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER MODEL 1961

(1964) Standard configuration carbine has 20" barrel, Monte Carlo stock with swept cheekpiece, full length stock with metal cap, double set triggers, and white line accents to grip cap and buttplate. Because of extensive engraving no "Mannlicher

Lot: 1559 - (M) DAKOTA ARMS MODEL 76 SAFARI BOLT ACTION RIFLE

Made in .416 Rigby with 23" round barrel with ramp front sight, banded sling eye. Dakota action with magazine and trigger bow release. Plain bolt knob. Stocked in very lightly colored walnut with beaded cheekpiece, Dakota logo steel grip cap, ebony

Lot: 1560 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 70 BOLT-ACTION RIFLE WITH

Serial number 509016, manufactured in 1961. Standard rifle configuration with straight grain, checkered one piece walnut stock with a high comb. Recently installed red Winchester recoil pad. Talley quick release scope rings. Swarovski illuminated

Lot: 1561 - (M) SCOPED KIMBER MODEL 82 BOLT ACTION .22 RIFLE.

Early high quality Kimber of Oregon bolt action .22 sporting rifle with blue finish, oil finished checkered walnut pistol grip stock with Monte Carlo comb and sling swivels. Not drilled for any barrel sights and now sporting a Leupold 9x scope.

Lot: 1562 - (C) RARE GRADE III JP SAUER AND SOHN MODEL 80 BOLT

A nice 7x64mm caliber, round barrel with a blued finish. Ramped blade front and fixed notch rear sight, standard barrel markings and German commercial proofs. Maker's name on barrel ahead of rear sight. Claw mounted scope with a ZEISS DIAVARI-Z

Lot: 1563 - (C) SAVAGE MODEL 1904 BOLT ACTION RIFLE AS NEW IN

This may be the only surviving Savage Model 1904 in its original cardboard box with correct end label and matching serial number on box as well. The box has the original metal cleaning rod included as well. This model was made from 1904-1931 and this

Lot: 1564 - (C) EXCEPTIONALLY RARE DOCUMENTED SMOOTHBORE

Manufactured January 23rd 1914. Winchester Model 1886 rifle, caliber .45-90, with 26 inch round barrel and full magazine. Varnished American walnut stocks with smooth steel shotgun buttplate. Equipped with gold bead drift adjustable front sight and

Lot: 1565 - (C) TURNBULL "THUMPER MODEL" RIFLE.

Another Doug Turnbull masterpiece. Built on a Winchester Model 1886 platform. Full octagon barrel marked on top flat "Manufactured By The Winchester Repeating Arms CO. New Haven. Conn. U.S.A.", left flat at the breech marked "Thumper Model".

Lot: 1566 - (C) NEAR NEW WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 .44-40 LEVER

Standard features include full barrel, full magazine, post front sight, ladder rear sight, saddle ring and stud, late blued hammer and lever, and blued carbine buttplate. CONDITION: The walnut stocks are like new and still show the original raised

Lot: 1567 - (C) HIGH CONDITION WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 SADDLE

A collectors prize, this .38-40 caliber carbine is standard in all respects. Round barrel, full magazine, blue finish, post front sight, ladder rear sight, gumwood stocks, saddle ring and stud. This is a late gun and the PW stamp is found in front of

Lot: 1568 - (C) HIGH CONDITION WINCHESTER 1892 14" .44-40

The serial number was applied on this gun on August 8th, 1919 with no other factory information which is common for this period. It is a factory all original so-called Trapper Model with a 14" and short forend. The receiver shows that there had been

Lot: 1569 - (C) WINCHESTER SPECIAL SPORTING MODEL HI-WALL THIN

Blued receiver with single trigger and trigger underlever, which is case colored. Lower tang is stamped with serial number. Buttstock is of fancy American walnut, checkered pistol grip with cap, and cheekpiece. Swiss style nickel plated buttplate.

Lot: 1570 - (C) STEVENS 44-1/2 MODEL 54 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE.

Action is fitted with double set triggers, scroll engraved. Action face stamped 54 and is fitted with a typical lever for this model. Sights are a globe front and a Stevens-Vernier windage adjustment rear, with no provisions for a scope. Buttstock is

Lot: 1571 - (C) STEVENS POPE 44-1/2 ACTION MODEL 54 SCHUETZEN

Action is a Stevens Pope 54 action with typical non-animal scene engraving found on this model. Action face stamped 54. Fitted with double set triggers and Pope lever. Barrel is a full octagon, No. 4 weight marked "Stevens-Pope". Under the forearm

Lot: 1572 - (C) STEVENS 44-1/2 ACTION MODEL 54 SINGLE SHOT

Case colored action Stevens 44-1/2 action with animal scene engravings with bear on left and deer on right. Face of the action marked "54". Fitted with double set triggers and correct lever for a 54 Model. Buttstock has a straight grip with lovely

Lot: 1573 - (C) WINCHESTER THICK WALL HI-WALL SPECIAL SPORTING

Blued action, double set triggers, spur lever. Buttstock with checkered pistol grip and cheekpiece, made of very fancy American walnut. Nickel plated Swiss buttplate. Winchester forearm is checkered and also made of very fancy wood and sporting an

Lot: 1574 - (C) STEVENS 44-1/2 ACTION MODEL 51 SINGLE SHOT

Case colored action with double set triggers, lower tang marked 51, scroll engraved action. Left side of action upper front corner marked "I" in a circle. Correct buttplate. Stevens forearm, beautifully checkered, two screw style. Half octagon barrel

Lot: 1575 - (C) STEVENS 44-1/2 ACTION MODEL 51 WITH SCROLL

Original case color, No. 6 Schuetzen special lever, normally found on the Model 54, has nicely checkered wood inserts. The lever also has a wood addition, nicely checkered, for the thumb when shooting offhand. The action is fitted with double set

Lot: 1576 - (A) EXCEPTIONAL MARLIN BALLARD #9 UNION HILL

Believed manufacturing date is 1888, Marlin Ballard Union Hill Target Number 9 chambered for the .38-55 cartridge with 28" part round part octagon barrel. Hooded globe Marlin Ballard front sight with elevator adjustable sporting rear sight and fitted

Lot: 1577 - (A) STUNNING REMINGTON HEPBURN TARGET RIFLE IN

Antique production with barrel dated 92. 30" part round part octagon barrel chambered for the .38-55 cartridge. Fitted with Spirit level equipped micrometer adjustable front globe sight, not slotted for rear sight, and fitted with Mid-Range

Lot: 1578 - (C) STEVENS MODEL 52-44-1/2 SCHUETZEN RIFLE

Tapered octagon barrel holds folding rear sight, globe front, and is fitted with Stevens scope number 438. Case hardened 44-1/2 action with loop lever and double set triggers is engraved with classic large open scroll. Stevens tang sight without

Lot: 1579 - (C) STEVENS 44 ACTION MODEL 53 SCHUETZEN SINGLE

Stevens 44 action. This is one of the rarest actions made by Stevens, featuring etched engraving showing a dog on point on left side and a deer head on right. Both vignettes are surrounded by a foliate design. The action was originally case colored.

Lot: 1580 - (C) STEVENS 44-1/2 ACTION SINGLE SHOT RIFLE WITH

Stevens 44-1/2 Action Model 49. Action is coarsely scroll engraved as is typical for this model. Fitted with a number three loop lever, which has been bent to fit the gun. Double set triggers. Buttstock is a straight grip checkered made of fancy

Lot: 1581 - (C) STEVENS 44-1/2 FALLING BLOCK RIFLE IN .28-30

Stevens 44-1/2 action is case colored and lightly scroll engraved. Fitted with a No. 4 loop lever. Lever appears to be slightly bent and does not fit closely to the lower tang, which should be a simple repair. Single trigger. Buttstock of plain

Lot: 1582 - (C) STEVENS 44 - 1/2 ACTION MODEL 47 SINGLE SHOT

Case colored 44-1/2 action and fitted with special order double set triggers and loop lever. Buttstock is of American walnut and in the pistol grip style, uncheckered. Buttplate is a No. 3 heavy Swiss, case colored. Model number and serial number

Lot: 1583 - (C) STEVENS POPE NO. 52-44-1/2 SINGLE SHOT

Case color action is engraved with a scroll pattern. Face of action is marked 52. Action is fitted with double set triggers and a No. 4 loop lever. Aftermarket wood knob palm rest is attached to the lever. The buttstock has been shortened and a

Lot: 1584 - (C) STEVENS MODEL 49 (WALNUT HILL) ETCHED 44

One-third octagon, two-thirds round, heavy barrel. 1.15" across flats, No. 4 weight. Stevens markings are on top flat, not cut for rear sight, globe front sight. No. 44 action with case colored loop lever and double set triggers is etched, leaving

Lot: 1585 - (A) WINCHESTER HI-WALL SINGLE SHOT RIFLE WITH

Round barrel is marked with Winchester information along with "WINCHESTER PROOF STEEL" and caliber on upper left side. Winchester proofs are on top of barrel and action. Barrel is fitted with dovetailed mounts for Sidle long tube scope (no. 2364)

Lot: 1586 - (C) CUSTOM DELUXE ENGRAVED STEVENS MODEL 1915

If there exists a more handsome Stevens Model 1915, we have not seen it. This lovely custom rifle has been delicately and masterfully engraved in the scroll and leaf pattern, which covers the entire frame, breech block, lever, and hammer. Breech of

Lot: 1587 - (M) FAMED MARINE SNIPER STEVE REICHERT'S PERSONAL

On April 9th, 2004, when several U.S. Marines came under fire, Steve Reichert pulled off a nearly impossible feat and neutralized three insurgents with one shot, using a Raufoss round fired from an M82A3 and hitting his target through a wall.

Lot: 1588 - (M) FAMED MARINE SNIPER STEVE REICHERT'S PERSONAL

On April 9th, 2004, when several U.S. Marines came under fire, Steve Reichert pulled off a nearly impossible feat and neutralized three insurgents with one shot, using a Raufoss round fired from an M82A3 and hitting his target through a wall.

Lot: 1589 - (M) HIGHLY DESIRABLE HECKLER AND KOCH PSG-1

KC date coded for 1992. Designed partly in response to the 1972 Munich Massacre as a way to allow snipers to rapidly engage targets at distance. Comes with Hensoldt Wetzlar ZF 65x42 PSG1 scope, ergonomic palm shelf grip, adjustable trigger with shoe,

Lot: 1590 - (M) BROWNING BAR GRADE IV SEMI AUTOMATIC RIFLE

Nice Belgium made Browning circa 1971. .300 Winchester Magnum caliber. Shiny 24" round barrel. Hooded ramp front and adjustable folding leaf rear sights and the standard address and caliber markings are on the barrel. Grey satin finished action

Lot: 1591 - (M) LAKESIDE MACHINE VINDICATOR .22LR BELT FED

This lovely .22 belt fed was produced by Lakeside Machine, well known for their .22 belt feds, including the ever popular Razorback AR uppers. Features the unique Summit Sighting System, wood stock with finger groove and pistol grip, ventilated

Lot: 1592 - (C) EARLY BROWNING SEMI-AUTOMATIC GRADE II (WHEEL

(ca 1958) Early rifle with T serial number prefix, made in Belgium, has 19-3/8" barrel, with all correct markings, fitted with wheel sight, adjustable for four elevations. Coin finished action is factory engraved in usual Grade II style with acanthus

Lot: 1593 - (M) KRIEGHOFF MODEL 32 SAN REMO GRADE SKEET GUN

Mono-blocked 28" barrels with raised, ventilated rib are marked with Krieghoff Ulm address with no importers or dealers marks. Barrel flats are stamped with 1972 Ulm nitro proofs. Coin finished over/under action with blocked out safety and single

Lot: 1594 - (M) 4 GUN SET - REMINGTON MODEL 1100 D GRADE GUNS

Truly a grand set - (A) 410 bore. Made with matted raised ventilated rib. Forearm is beautifully checkered in Fleur-de-Lis, wave and diamond pattern with finger grooves on sides. Action is nicely scroll engraved in "D" Grade pattern with wave border

Lot: 1595 - (M) VERY RARE AND BEAUTIFUL REMINGTON MODEL 31 F

Beautiful little gun with solid matted rib barrel with steel front bead. Breech end of barrel is beautifully engraved in scroll and gold inlaid "F GRADE". Receiver is beautifully engraved in near full coverage floral scroll engraved with gold inlays

Lot: 1596 - (C) FINE WINCHESTER MODEL 12 ENGRAVED PIGEON GRADE

Factory engraved pigeon grade gun produced in 1929. Engraving is believed to be executed by Alden George Ulrich. Right side of receiver features a setter & pointer with two flushing grouse. Left side of receiver features four flying mallards.

Lot: 1597 - (C) SCARCE 1942 WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 TRENCH

Offered is a very scarce 1942 dated trench gun with all of the early features. The heat shield is a World War I style six row but no patent date. The change date to a four row was mid-1942. The left side of stock has the WB cartouche with ordnance

Lot: 1598 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 TRENCH SLIDE ACTION

According to noted authority Bruce Canfield, "most of the Winchester Model 1897 trench guns manufactured under World War 1 US government contracts were not stamped with martial markings". This is such an example. Its serial number places it within

Lot: 1599 - (C) WORLD WAR I WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 US SLIDE

According to noted authority Bruce Canfield, "most of the Winchester Model 1897 trench guns manufactured under World War 1 US government contracts were not stamped with martial markings". This is such an example. Its serial number places it within

Lot: 1600 - (C) SCARCE 1942 WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 TRENCH

Offered is a very scarce 1942 dated trench gun with all of the early features. The heat shield is a World War I style six row but no patent date. The change date to a four row was mid-1942. The left side of stock has the WB cartouche with ordnance

Lot: 1601 - (C) PROTOTYPE SERIAL NUMBER ONE MARBLES GAMES

Maintained and handed down through the Marble's family, this prototype "GAMEGETTER" combination gun, serial number 1, was patented in 1910 by W.L. Marble of Gladstone, Michigan. This unique design evolved into the later production models that became

Lot: 1602 - (A) A FANTASTIC PAIR OF FRENCH MODEL 1786 STYLE 2

39" from muzzle to cascabel, these lovely cannons have three turnings, reinforced breeches, 2 - 1/2" bores. CONDITION: Fantastic, with beautiful unpolished rich deep patination. Bores are patinated but smooth throughout. Though unmarked, these cannon

Lot: 1603 - (A) VERY ATTRACTIVE WATERVLIET ARSENAL 1898 DATED

Great looking model 1898 Watervliet arsenal cannon (tube #170) on original Rock Island Armory carriage with data plate (#153) with 1901 date. Carriage has operating elevation gear, bore swabs, and original metal and wood furnishings. No rear sight

Lot: 1604 - (A) HOTCHKISS 1.65" MOUNTAIN GUN.

American Ordnance Company manufacturer marking on top of breech with number “120”. This 2 pounder cannon has been converted to center fire and sits on an absolutely fantastic condition original American Ordnance steel carriage with bronze

Lot: 1605 - (A) HISTORIC AND EXCITING U.S. NAVY 3 INCH BREECH

Original 19th century U.S. Navy 3” breech loading cannon in the 500 pound class marked on top of tube between trunnions, “3”/RIFLE/500LBS/NO.8/” with Naval anchor proof and right trunnion marked “463 lbs” and dated 1881.

Lot: 1606 - ATTRACTIVE MODEL 1895 WATERTOWN ARSENAL

Attractive green painted Watertown arsenal 3.6 inch breech loading mortar as manufactured in 1898 with original brass data plate on steel mount. Serial number "41" matches on tube and mount with "JWR" inspectors initials. One original banded

Lot: 1607 - FINE ORIGINAL CONDITION, LARGE SIZE STRONG YACHT

4 gauge, 31" overall. 24" barrel marked "MAN'D BY" "STRONG FIRE ARMS" "CO" and with 1883 patent dates, eagle, and New Haven address on heavy pivoting breech section. Breech has hooked steel sliding cartridge extractor. Barrel is fitted with removable

Lot: 1608 - (A) A RARE ISLAMIC 7 POUND RIFLED CANNON BEARING

This well forged steel rifled cannon is similar to the British muzzle loading mounting cannon. This cannon was cast, likely in Kabul, and bears the deeply engraved Afghani National Arms. The tube is 40" including cascabel. The 3" bore has three three

Lot: 1609 - LOT OF 3: COLT .36 REVOLVING BELT PISTOL AND

Included are two full sealed boxes of six combustible rounds for the Colt Revolving Belt Pistol (1851 Navy size). Both have Colt address on box. The third box is a partial .31 caliber for Remington and Colt pocket pistol (not maker marked).

Lot: 1610 - LOT OF TWO: SYMS & BROS. AND AMERICAN POWDER .44

The rare sealed Syms box is dated 1862 and marked for Colt's .44 Army. The other sealed box of .44 skins mentions Remington and others. CONDITION: Extremely fine and completely sealed. All markings are crisp and legible. Corners are solid and package

Lot: 1611 - LOT OF 2: SAGE & CO. AND HAZARDS POWDER .44 COLT

Outstanding lot of two packages of .44 caliber cartridge skins for the percussion revolver. The Sage box is sealed and dated 1862, six seamless skin cartridges for the Colt's Army Pistol. The other box is also sealed and made for Colt's Army .44 but

Lot: 1612 - LOT OF 2: COLT .36 REVOLVING BELT PISTOL CARTRIDGE

Both appear factory sealed. Both contain six skins. Made by Colt for Colt with Colt address. The .36 Colt belt pistol such as 1851-61 Navy were the intended weapons but could have been used in any .36 caliber weapon such as Starr or Whitney.

Lot: 1613 - ORIGINAL WILLIAM EVANS SHOTSHELL DISPLAY BOARD.

A ready-to-hang, factory made shotshell display board, completely framed and under glass. Large leather trade label reads "William Evans Gun & Rifle Makers Established 1883 67a St. James Street, London SW1A 1PH" Their logo also appears in all

Lot: 1614 - FRAMED HOLLAND & HOLLAND CARTRIDGE DISPLAY.

This great board is number '10' and features the largest commercial cartridge made, the .700 Nitro Express, which rests dead center on this board. It is surrounded by some of the largest cartridges they make along with various shot-shells. There are

Lot: 1615 - CIRCA 1890'S SINGLE W WINCHESTER CARTRIDGE BOARD.

This is the board that everyone wants. It has the rare .70-150 cartridge top and center. The familiar background consists of a pair of hanging Mallards and two panel scenes. The left scene is a hunter and Indian guide using a Winchester lever action.

Lot: 1616 - FRAMED WINCHESTER DOUBLE W CARTRIDGE STONE

The famous image entitled Success was painted by A.B. Frost and is first seen on the Winchester 1895 calendar and used again on the actual cartridge board circa 1897-1898 as well as on this print. This is the stone litho version of the true cartridge

Lot: 1617 - CIRCA 1910 ELEY'S LOADED CARTRIDGES STORE DISPLAY

The Eley Cartridge Company was founded by Charles and William Eley in London in the 1820s. This is a large display that measures 25" x 31" framed. This display is filled entirely with self contained brass cartridges. There are five rare pinfire

Lot: 1618 - FINE CIRCA 1910 ELEY SHOTSHELL STORE DISPLAY

The Eley Cartridge Company was founded by Charles and William Eley in London in the 1820s. This is a large display that measures 25" wide and 31" tall (framed). The store display features 70 cardboard hull shotshells and 11 brass. These include both

Lot: 1619 - PRE-WAR FRENCH MGM MANUFACTURE GENERALE DE

Offered is a very rare cartridge display board manufactured by the French munition company using the MGM moniker. The board consists of 13 cardboard hull shotshells, five of which are cutaways. Two shells display the rifled shotgun slug. The majority

Lot: 1620 - FINE CIRCA 1910 ELEY CARTRIDGE & SHOTSHELL STORE

The Eley Cartridge Company was founded by Charles and William Eley in London in the 1820s. This board consists of 20 shotshells, one of brass with all others constructed of cardboard. There are 12 small handgun self-contained rimfire cartridges. The

Lot: 1621 - FRAMED SHOT-SHELL CARTRIDGE DISPLAY BOARD.

Dated on lower frame 1935-1985 in gold leaf. The top of the frame reads "The Sporting Cartridge", also in gold. Within the professionally framed display are over fifty cartridges or shells from just as many makers and tag names as there are

Lot: 1622 - WINCHESTER STORE MODEL 1903 DISPLAY BOARD.

Following the end of World War I, they made the decision to manufacture tools as well as firearms and ammunition. Partly this was done to betterutilize their plants and equipment which had been beefed up to meet the demands for steel-related war

Lot: 1623 - ORIGINAL PRINTING PLATE FOR COLT CARTRIDGE WORKS

This unique printing plate is from Colt Patent Firearms and was used to produce the paper cartridge package for the Pocket Model Colt revolvers with Hazard's powder.Wonderfully marked "FOR THE COLT NEW MODEL POCKET CARTRIDGES" indicating this was

Lot: 1624 - RARE COLT FIRST MODEL DRAGOON COMBINATION TOOL.

Colt combination tool for the maintenance and disassembly of the Colt 1st Model Dragoon revolver. Identified in the book "COLT ACCOUTERMENTS 1834-1911" by Robin Rapley. Listed on page 151 as type T#9 and listed as extremely rare. This combination

Lot: 1625 - UNIQUE MARTIALLY INSPECTED COLT 1ST MODEL DRAGOON

Original Martial First Model Dragoon spare or extra cylinder with Indian and Dragoons cylinder scene by W.L. Ormsby signature. Serial number 6689 with "T" sub inspectors mark on rear of cylinder. Accompanied by unique U.S. Marked leather carry case

Lot: 1626 - LOT OF 3: COLT DRAGOON AND POCKET POWDER FLASKS.

Lot consists of (A) Fine, all brass flask, about 9 inches overall with a 1 - 3/8 inch spout. It is double sided with deep repoussed trophy of arms over crossed Patterson rifles and crossed Patterson revolvers. On the very bottom is a long ribbon

Lot: 1627 - MARTIALLY MARKED COLT FIRST MODEL DRAGOON POWDER

Fine, all brass flask, about 9 inches overall with a 1 - 5/8 inch spout. It is double sided with deep repoussed trophy of arms over crossed Patterson rifles and crossed Patterson revolvers. On the very bottom is a long ribbon embossed,

Lot: 1628 - ONE OF A KIND COLT PATERSON ROLL DIES FOR NO 2 AND

Rated by authority R.L. Wilson as the rarest of all Colt collectibles ever to be offered, these Paterson Roll dies are some of the very few tools manufactured at the Patent Arms Factory for the production of the Paterson Revolver. Hand engraved by

Lot: 1629 - (A) COLT 1851 NAVY CASE WITH ACCESSORIES.

Deluxe Colt partition style Rosewood case fitted for an 1851 Colt Navy. Includes powder flask, steel bullet mold, nipple wrench, and percussion cap tin.CONDITION: Case is excellent with most original varnish finish, accessories very good to fine

Lot: 1630 - SCARCE HICKORY NEW HAVEN ARMS 4 PIECE HENRY

Outstanding original four piece hickory cleaning rod for New Haven Arms Henry rifle. These rare rods were produced for the early Henry rifles that had a slightly larger trap in the butt to facilitate these rods. These early rifles included the 1st

Lot: 1631 - R/M EQUIPMENT M-16 VERTICAL FOREGRIP.

This clever foregrip, designed by RM Equipment, is designed to attach to M16 style rifles that lack an attachment rail by attaching instead to two of the ventilation ports in the forearm. The foregrip has been designed for real world usage and is

Lot: 1632 - R/M EQUIPMENT INC H&K G36 VERTICAL FOREGRIP.

Similar is design to the R/M Equipment M16 grip, the G36 grip attaches to a G36 that does not have an accessory rail by attaching to two ventilation ports and locking in place. Manufactured out of Delrin and thus suitable for outdoor use being impact

Lot: 1633 - LOT OF 10: H&R MODEL 65 MAGAZINES IN MILITARY

Thick paper envelope marked "10 MAGAZINE, assembly / B-SA22-61 / Line Item #3148 / P.S. Reising, M65". CONDITION: Excellent overall. The envelope is very good with a few tears in the envelope and some patina from age but printing is still legible.

Lot: 1634 - LOT OF LAKESIDE MACHINE BELT FED .22 RIFLE PARTS

Lot consists of one Lakeside Machine Razorback upper with ventilated barrel shroud, flip up front and rear iron sights on removable bases, fixed bipod, canted UTG vertical foregrip. Lakeside Machine rubber covers have been applied over rails to allow

Lot: 1635 - A VERY RARE GIRANDONI AUSTRIAN REPEATING AIR GUN,

The barrel with two-stage octagon sections, the one unscrewing from the other. Signed in gold Ios. Schenbor in Wien, stamped 71. Deeply rifled octagonal barrel. The breech is inlaid in gold with two bands at breech and one where barrel screws in. The

Lot: 1636 - FINE & RARE JAPANESE TYPE 90 WWII NAVY THREE

5,500 of these were produced during World War II for the Japanese Navy. This gun features the Japanese Naval anchor on top of the frame/barrel cluster. Each barrel was painted with a different color code to denote the type of flare to be used. Made

Lot: 1637 - FINE KOKURA ARSENAL TYPE 10 FLARE GUN WITH

Standard Type 10 single barrel flare gun. Made at Kokura arsenal. Introduced in 1921. These were the most prolific of Japanese flare pistols produced. Accompanied by the very hard to find original brown leather holster. CONDITION: Retains 95%




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