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Auctioneer Morphy Auctions 877-968-8880
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Lot: 2001 - (N) GREAT POLYTECH AK-47 MACHINE GUN WITH

This great under-folding stock assault rifle has been converted by SWD to machine gun in 7.62x39 mm using Chinese parts, yet receiver marking still reads AKS-223. Gun has matching 0605 on dust cover, recoil spring assembly, and bolt carrier, bolt

Lot: 2002 - (N) CLASSIC AND ALWAYS DESIRABLE COLT M16A1

Classic 1980's configuration of the Colt M16A1 with telescoping buttstock, round handguards, and bird cage flash hider. One 30-round NHMTG manufactured magazine is included. Barrel is marked “C MP 8”. Forward assist at right side of

Lot: 2003 - (N) VERY ATTRACTIVE CHINESE UNDER-FOLDING STOCK

Attractive Chinese AKS-223 as imported by “Kengs Firearm Speciality, Atlanta, GA" and is so marked on receiver forward of magazine well. Left side of receiver retains original Polytech manufacturer, model, caliber and “semi-auto”

Lot: 2004 - (N) VERY POPULAR AND FUN PLAINFIELD M2 CARBINE

Plainfield manufactured select fire .30 carbine with attractive wooden stock with wire loop shoulder extension. Includes one 30 round magazine. This is a registered receiver machine gun with vertical wooden foregrip, and ventilated barrel handguard.

Lot: 2005 - (N) ACTION ARMS / IMI UZI MODEL B HOST GUN WITH B

Action Arms / IMI Uzi Model B host gun SA 62595 with under-folding buttstock which has a registered B & G machine full-auto bolt installed. IMI ISRAEL markings on right side with Actions Arms Limited on left side of receiver. Israeli selector

Lot: 2006 - (N) FANTASTIC FLEMING REGISTERED HK MP5K MACHINE

Four position selector Heckler & Koch MP5K Fleming registered receiver machine gun with in a West German manufactured "covert operations" tactical briefcase with one 25 round MP5 magazine clipped to the inside top. Case is specially designed and

Lot: 2007 - (N) RARE AND HIGHLY SOUGHT PRE-86 DEALER SAMPLE

Very rare and desirable Johnson 1941 light machine gun with one magazine. No bipod present. This weapon is marked with patent dates and "JOHNSON AUTOMATICS" information on top of receiver above ejection port, and on right side of receiver "CRANSTON

Lot: 2008 - (N) EXTREMELY FINE FLEMING REGISTERED HECKLER &

Fleming registered Heckler & Koch Model G3 machine gun manufactured in 1981 according to proof mark “IB” on left side of magazine well. This is a registered receiver machine gun with “tabbed” three position selector for the

Lot: 2009 - (N) EXCEPTIONALLY CLEAN HIGH CONDITION CHINESE

Very clean high condition Chinese AKS with underfolding stock. Manufactured in 1985. NFA registry shows the manufacturer of this gun as simply, “China” in the electronic registry. Selector markings indicate “U”, “R”,

Lot: 2010 - (N) FINE ORIGINAL ERMA MANUFACTURED GERMAN WORLD

Erma manufactured German MP-40 machine gun marked "ayf 41" 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 sheet metal parts for

Lot: 2011 - (N) FLEMING ARMS MACHINE GUN SEAR INSTALLED IN

Utterly fantastic high-quality manufacture and condition Valmet Model 78 host rifle with wooden furnishings converted to a full-auto, select-fire machine gun by installing a Fleming registered sear. Three position lever selector indicates full-auto

Lot: 2012 - (N) RARE AND VERY HIGHLY SOUGHT ORIGINAL

Very rare and desirable Lysaght Works Owen MK I machine gun. A very effective albeit unusual all Australian designed machine gun manufactured despite resistance and adversity generated by the Australian military. A very informative and detailed

Lot: 2013 - (N) FANTASTIC THIRD REICH MARKED MAUSER MODEL 1932

Exceptionally attractive and rare Curio and Relic eligible fully transferable Mauser broomhandle Schnellfeuer Machine Pistol with Nazi Eagle firing proof on left side of chamber flat below crown over “U” proof. Otherwise typical Mauser

Lot: 2014 - (N) ALWAYS DESIRABLE H&K MP5A3 MACHINE GUN WITH

Manufactured 1973. This lovely MP5A3 has the retracting two lug stock, four position trigger pack with push pin. Composite forend has been cut to allow the addition of a RM Equipment M203 attachment piece which incorporates a five vent muzzle brake,

Lot: 2015 - (N) WILSON REGISTERED TUBE TRANSITIONAL FLAT MAG

This is Wilson registered receiver tube which has had German MP-40 machine gun parts assembled onto it. End cap is marked "bnz 43" indicating Steyr manufacture. Nazi proofs visible on other components as well. Noteworthy is that this gun has the

Lot: 2016 - (N) GUNSMITH’S PROJECT WORLD WAR I FRENCH

This is an amnesty registered World War I French model 1914 Hotchkiss machine gun in original 8mm Lebel on an original U.S. Standard Parts Company ground mount. Only about 2500 of these mounts were manufactured and most were scrapped many years ago.

Lot: 2017 - (N) AMERICAN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT M2 AMERICAN

American Research and Development marked on underside flats of receiver, with M2 model marking and address. Primarily made of aluminum, this gun comes with both a vertical foregrip un-ribbed barrel and a horizontal foregrip barrel. It incorporates

Lot: 2018 - (N) VERY FINE MARLIN ROCKWELL MODEL 1918A2

Classic World War 2 retrofit of a Marlin Rockwell WW1 model 1918 Browning Automatic Rifle originally manufactured in November 1918 as indicated by the barrel date. As many were, this specimen was retrofitted during WW2 and has added “A2”

Lot: 2019 - (N) ATTRACTIVE MAUSER MODEL 1932 SCHNELLFEUER

Very attractive Mauser broomhandle Schnellfeuer machine pistol with typical Mauser banner logo on left receiver panel just to the rear of the “N” and “R” selector switch. Right receiver panel has standard markings

Lot: 2020 - (N) RPB INDUSTRIES MAC M11-A1 .380 AUTO MACHINE

Near mint, probably unfired RPB Industries Military Armament Corp M-11 in .380 acp, with SWD M11 suppressor inside leather covered covert operations briefcase with keys and magazine loader. Telescoping shoulder loop not present. One 30 round magazine

Lot: 2021 - (D) A NICE JC MANUFACTURING CO. M79 GRENADE

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

Lot: 2022 - (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 lot contains only a registered

Lot: 2023 - (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: 2024 - (N) ITHACA GUN CO. AUTO & BURGLAR MODEL A 20 GAUGE

This is one of 2,500 guns build 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 inch 20 gauge shell. Saw handle wood grip with large spur to help the

Lot: 2025 - (N) HIGH CONDITION DESIRABLE INGRAM M-10 POWDER

Outstanding condition Ingram Military Armament Corporation M10 machine gun as produced in Powder Springs, Georgia. Receiver serial number is the only visible serial number. Incorporates telescoping shoulder stock and includes one lustrous blue finish

Lot: 2026 - (N) DLO REGISTERED RECEIVER BRITISH STEN MK II

For the machine gun enthusiast who wants a low cost 9mm suppressed machine gun this is a DLO registered receiver tube on a Sten MK II parts kit with a S.C.R.C. MK 25 suppressor attached. This lot will require two separate $200.00 BATF transfer fees

Lot: 2027 - (N) ATTRACTIVE HARRINGTON AND RICHARDSON REISING

Attractive commercial blue finish 28 fin barrel Reising Model 50 machine gun with compensator. Two 20 round magazines are included. The Reising Model 50 was fielded in limited numbers mostly to the Marine corps during World War II. It also was

Lot: 2028 - (N) A VERY GOOD VALMET DEFENSE M82 MACHINE GUN

The Valmet M82 is a bullpup select fire machine gun derived from the M76 internals configured to fit a bullpup footprint. It briefly saw service with Finnish Paratroopers, but was quickly dismissed due to an unwieldy distribution of weight and the

Lot: 2029 - (N) MATCHING ORIGINAL WALTHER MP-K MACHINE GUN

High condition Walther manufactured MPK machine gun. Includes one magazine and a web sling. Marked with Walther banner logo on left side of lower receiver and typical German ambidextrous selector markings of, “S”, “D” and

Lot: 2030 - (N) UNUSUAL EARLY PRODUCTION VENEZUELA CREST

Early Madsen M50 machine gun as supplied to Venezuela with coat of arms and “F.A.P.” on left side of receiver. This indicates Venezuelan Air Force use. Sheet metal construction with unusual bolt safety at the magazine housing which needs to

Lot: 2031 - (N) PLAINFIELD M2 CARBINE MACHINE GUN IN

Plainfield manufactured select fire .30 carbine in an attractive reproduction World War II paratrooper folding stock with added muzzle flash hider. Includes one contemporary 30 round magazine and a green web sling. This is a registered receiver

Lot: 2032 - (D) EXTREMELY FINE ORIGINAL AMNESTY REGISTERED

Extremely fine condition original U.S. Model M5 60mm mortar complete with original bipod and baseplate. The M5 Mortar was an improved version of the World War II M2 60mm Mortar and was used alongside the older World War II mortars in U.S. inventory

Lot: 2033 - (N) EXCEPTIONAL HIGH ORIGINAL CONDITION WORLD WAR

Beautiful condition Boys anti-tank rifle 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 matching. Original early British

Lot: 2034 - (N) HIGH CONDITION BERETTA MODEL 4 MACHINE GUN

The Beretta model 4 is the immediate post-WW2 successor to the Beretta Model 38/42, and retains the silhouette and double trigger system of its ancestor. One trigger for semi-auto fire and the other for full-auto fire. What is new is the safety

Lot: 2035 - (N) HIGHLY DESIRABLE ORIGINAL ISRAELI MILITARY

High condition original IMI Uzi complete with one 25 round magazine and original web sling. A very versatile and effective machine gun which our own U.S. Secret Service used for many years when guarding our president. Anyone of the appropriate age

Lot: 2036 - (N) NEAR MINT HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON REISING

Exceptional condition parkerized grey finish Harrington & Richardson Reising Model 50 machine gun with 14 ribs on barrel. One magazine included. The Reising Model 50 was fielded in limited numbers to the Marine Corps during World War II when

Lot: 2037 - (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: 2038 - (N) VERY DESIREABLE POWDER SPRINGS ADDRESS

Very desirable Powder Springs address Ingram Military Armament Corp M-11 in .380 auto. Incorporates standard telescoping shoulder loop and includes one 30 round magazine as well as Gem Tech Viper .380 suppressor. These items will incur two separate

Lot: 2039 - (N) VERY CLEAN AND ATTRACTIVE ERB REGISTERED

Attractive British Sten MK V machine gun on a Charles Erb registered receiver tube. Familiar Charles Erb bullet logo marking on left side of tube with registered serial number. Original British manufacturing markings and broad arrow proofs visible on

Lot: 2040 - (N) ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL WILSON ARMS REGISTERED

Registered simply as a Wilson Arms Sten Mk II tube without overall length and barrel length. In fact there is a Sterling attached to this tube. Registered serial number on left side of receiver below rear sight. Otherwise Sterling factory markings on

Lot: 2041 - (N) VERY FINE IMI ISRAEL UZI MACHINE GUN (PRE-86

Very clean high condition UZI marked “SMG UZI / 9mm / IMI – ISRAEL” with serial number on left side of receiver, with “A”, “R” and “S” selector. Right side of receiver has “Action Arms LTD / Phila.

Lot: 2042 - (N) GUN TRADER REGISTERED UZI MODEL B MACHINE GUN

Very nice ensemble of a registered receiver conversion by Gun Trader of an IMI UZI Model B as imported by Action Arms. Included with this lot is the original Action Arms hard plastic case complete with sight adjustment wrench, 3 ½” dummy

Lot: 2043 - (N) VERY ATTRACTIVE AND WELL ACCESSORIZED GERMAN

This Spandau manufactured 1918 dated Maxim 08/15 machine gun has been in the possession of the consignor for many decades and this man has spent uncounted hours working with this gun, making or retrofitting additional parts and succeeded in

Lot: 2044 - (N) B & G MACHINE REGISTERED BOLT IN IMI UZI MODEL

Very clean high condition IMI UZI Model B as imported by Action Arms host gun with B & G Machine registered full-auto bolt. One 32 round magazine and one green web sling included. Marked “UZI semi auto / MODEL B / 9mm PARA / IMI –

Lot: 2045 - (N) REGISTERED SIDEPLATE VICKERS ARMSTRONG

Very attractive Vickers Armstrong commercial machine gun which has been converted to fire 7.62 Russian ammunition. Form 2 registered by Group Industries, but this is actually a commercial Vickers as produced in the 1930’s in Great Britain with a

Lot: 2046 - (N) EXCEPTIONALLY RARE AND DESIRABLE FRENCH DARNE

Manufactured by Darne in France this gun is marked with Darne manufacturer’s markings on both cover plate and receiver itself, this Lewis machine gun would have been a top wing gun on an aircraft as there has never been a front sight fitted to

Lot: 2047 - (N) INCREDIBLE NEW IN BOX AUTO ORDNANCE WEST

This Auto Ordnance 1928 Thompson was manufactured in West Hurley, New York, and remains new unfired with its original box. The original owner purchased it, and for whatever reason never fired it. One 50 round “Bridgeport” marked drum in

Lot: 2048 - (N) HECKLER & KOCH HK 91 CONVERTED BY OZARK TO G3

Desirable Ozark Mountain Arsenal 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

Lot: 2049 - (N) ICONIC WORLD WAR II GERMAN MG-42 MACHINE GUN

Maget 1944 manufactured MG-42 machine gun marked “cra” and “N.C.” with Nazi proofs on receiver. Top cover and shroud were manufactured by “bpr” (Grossfuss). Other Nazi proof marks on various parts on this gun. Maget

Lot: 2050 - (N) DOCUMENTED, LESS THAN 20 MADE, COLT HBAR M2

This is an exceptionally rare piece of Colt history, with less than 20 having been made. Colt developed these rifles during their experimentation with the new CAR-15 system, during which they focused on seven different versions. Ultimately, the HBAR

Lot: 2051 - (N) EXCEPTIONALLY RARE WORLD WAR II GERMAN ERMA

One of the rarest and most sought of the German World War II machine guns is the dual magazine housing MP-40. Fielded as a trial in response to army requests for a machine pistol with a higher magazine capacity as was encountered when fighting troops

Lot: 2052 - (N) EXCEPTIONALLY RARE NEAR MINT CHARTERED ARMS

This is one of the very few (perhaps only two) Mark III models of this machine gun in the National Firearms Act registry which are registered as Pre-86 dealer samples. The Ulimax 100 was tested by the Marine Corps as a competitor to the Squad

Lot: 2053 - (N) DESIRABLE CHARLES ERB REGISTERED RECEIVER

Desirable example of the US M60E4 machine gun. This gun incorporates the improvements implemented in the mid-1990’s with the most notable being the bipod attachment to receiver and an improved gas regulator system over the E3 model. Lighter

Lot: 2054 - (N) VERY FINE ORIGINAL WORLD WAR I WINCHESTER

Classic World War II retrofit of a really nice World War I Model 1918 Browning Automatic Rifle originally manufactured in October 1918 as indicated by the original Winchester barrel date. This specimen was retrofitted and updated for World War II and

Lot: 2055 - (N) H.T. ARMORY REGISTERED COLT AR-15 A2 SPORTER

This short and handy full auto AR-15 has telescoping buttstock and short barrel. Marked with standard Colt markings on left hand side of receiver, the selector markings “SAFE” & “FIRE” are factory, “AUTO” has been

Lot: 2056 - (N) OUTSTANDING BRITISH VICKERS MODEL 1912 MACHINE

This is a Commercial Class C fluted jacket Vickers gun made under contract for El Salvador. Graduated peep sight affixed to feed shuttle cover and has a brass plate mounted to top cover indicating British patent numbers from 1901-1910. SN is on top

Lot: 2057 - (N) R/M EQUIPMENT INC MODEL C CETME SELECT FIRE

Marked on right side of the magazine well "R/M EQUIPMENT, INC / MIAMI FL". Left side of magazine well marked "F.A.-CETME-C (CETME Logo) Cal. 7,62 / E.T. 104520". C configuration CETME with ventilated wooden forearm, painted black rear stock. Birdcage

Lot: 2058 - (N) FINE CHATELLERAULT MODEL 24/29 (FRENCH VERSION

This Chatellrault is marked on right side of the receiver “MLE 1924” with serial number. Serial number on gas tube and on barrel do not match receiver number. Evidence on chamber and at joint between barrel and receiver that this is a

Lot: 2059 - (N) HIGH CONDITION YUGOSLAVIAN MODEL 56 MACHINE

Another Yugoslavian machine gun which adopted features from guns they were used to using. The Model 56 incorporates a tubular folding stock, folded metal trigger, and front sight hood which is very familiar to those who have seen a German MP-40. The

Lot: 2060 - (N) CLASSIC U.S. PROPERTY MARKED WORLD WAR II AUTO

This is an Auto Ordnance, Bridgeport manufactured gun imported by the Inter-American company with tiny marking on the bottom of the receiver forward to the mag well. This gun is a real WW2 Veteran with original “U.S. Property” marking

Lot: 2061 - (N) FINE CONDITION VERY RARE LATE KOKURA

Japanese Type 96 light machine gun as manufactured by Kokura in 1942, June. Visible serial numbers are matching on barrel, receiver, lower assembly, charging handle, buffer, as well as safety. Bolt does not match nor does original 30-round magazine.

Lot: 2062 - (N) S & H ARMS REGISTERED AUTO SEAR IN FABRIQUE

Rather seldom available 5.56 mm FN-C machine gun as converted from an original Fabrique Nationale semi-auto upper imported by “Gun South” with markings below original FN Herstal markings on left side of receiver. “CAL .223 REM

Lot: 2063 - (N) S & S ARMS AMERICAN 180 MACHINE GUN (FULLY

This nifty little machine gun utilizes .22 LR ammo only and includes one pan magazine and one drum driving mechanism. It is clear that someone had the Thompson machine gun in mind, at least superficially, when this was designed. The ribbed barrel,

Lot: 2064 - (N) RARE TRANSITIONAL FLAT MAGAZINE HOUSING STEYR

Scarce earlier Steyr manufactured German MP-40 machine gun marked "bnz 41" with early flat magazine housing. Numerous Nazi proof marks throughout and mostly matching with exception of bolt. Front sight hood, barrel, barrel nut, receiver tube, and

Lot: 2065 - (N) TED NUGENT SIGNED HIGH QUALITY STEYR MP69

Steyr-Daimler-Puch manufactured MP69 machine gun with ”L.E.S.” import marks on top of receiver and “ G C S O” hand inscribed on underside of composite forward of magazine well. This gun was signed in black ink on the left side

Lot: 2066 - (N) SWD M-11 SUBMACHINE-GUN IN LASER SIGHT

RPB manufactured suppressed Cobray marked M11 9mm machine gun with a ARES Nebula suppressor in a really neat black leather covered covert operational case which has also been fitted with an operational laser dot sight. There is a activation tab at

Lot: 2067 - (N) COBRAY S M10 9MM MACHINE GUN (FULLY

RPB manufactured suppressed Cobray 9mm M10 machine gun in a black leather covered covert operational case. Typical M10 markings with an added “S” and "S A P" as seen in the photos. Case is specifically fitted to take gun without shoulder

Lot: 2068 - (N) EXCEPTIONALLY SCARCE HIGH CONDITION ORIGINAL

Sterling was manufacturing their 9mm submachine guns in England, Spain took a look at what Britain was doing and manufactured their own variation. At first glance they might look the same, but they are actually quite different. Virtually none of the

Lot: 2069 - (N) VERY HANDSOME FINE CONDITION ORIGINAL BRITISH

Extremely handsome original British Lanchester machine gun. Immediately recognizable by its brass magazine housing and classic profile, this model is the culmination of the Bergmann MP/18, and MP-28 designs as essentially copied by the British in an

Lot: 2070 - (N) UNUSUAL EARLY PRODUCTION VENEZUELA CREST

Unusual and early production Madsen M50 machine gun with coat of arms for Venezuela and “F.A.P.” on left side of receiver (This cataloger is advised this indicates the Air Force). Very clear “Inter American” importer markings on

Lot: 2071 - (N) VERY FINE SWD COBRAY M-11 MACHINE GUN (FULLY

Attractive S.W.D. M-11 with Cobray logo and screw-on Bowers CAC 9 silencer. Includes one 30 round plastic magazine and fabric cover for silencer. This lot will require two separate $200.00 BATF transfer fees (one for gun, and one for suppressor if

Lot: 2072 - (N) HIGH CONDITION ORIGINAL STERLING ARMAMENT MK 4

Attractive Sterling Mark 4 L2A3 machine gun. Marked as manufactured by Sterling Armament, Dagenham, England and imported by “Law Enforcement Athens Georgia”, this British machine gun classic comes with one magazine, one green web sling, and

Lot: 2073 - (N) UNDERWOOD M-1 CARBINE CONVERTED TO M2 CARBINE

Handy and popular U.S. M-1 .30 Carbine as manufactured by Underwood converted to full-auto M-2 Carbine at some point in the past. Many M1 carbines were converted to select fire machine guns by the U.S. government as part of their updating and rebuild

Lot: 2074 - (N) DESIRABLE INGRAM M-10 POWDER SPRINGS .45 ACP

Very fine Ingram Military Armament Corporation M10 machine gun as produced in Powder Springs, GA. Receiver serial number is the only visible serial number. Incorporates telescoping shoulder stock and includes original styrofoam box without cardboard

Lot: 2075 - (N) AMERICAN ARMS M2 AMERICAN 180 MACHINE GUN

American Arms M2 American 180 with typical markings and serial number on underside of receiver and matching barrel with horizontal foregrip. This model utilized an aluminum receiver to save on weight and this specimen has sling swivels on the side of

Lot: 2076 - (N) NEAR NEW IN BOX SWD M11 MACHINE GUN (FULLY

New in original factory packaging SWD M11 machine gun complete with shipping box, styrofoam tray, one plastic magazine, steel magazine loader and front holding strap, and original factory operators manual. Folding stock is present. CONDITION: Overall

Lot: 2077 - (N) MILITARY ARMAMENT CORPORATION, STEPHENSVILLE,

Military Armament Corporation Ingram M10A1 as manufactured in Stephensville, TX. with Cobray logo on left side of receiver which is also marked for both 9mm and .45 A.C.P. calibers. Swing out shoulder loop deploys properly. This particular gun is in

Lot: 2078 - (N) EXCELLENT WALTHER MP-L MACHINE GUN (PRE-86

Outstanding high condition specimen of the Walther manufactured MPL machine gun. Includes two 32 round magazines. Marked with Walther banner logo on left side of lower receiver and typical German ambidextrous selector markings of, “S”,

Lot: 2079 - (N) VERY POPULAR AND FUN PLAINFIELD M2 CARBINE

Handy and fun to shoot Plainfield manufactured select fire .30 carbine with beautiful high condition attractive wooden stock with extendable wire loop shoulder extension. Includes one 15 round magazine. This is a registered receiver machine gun.

Lot: 2080 - (N) FINE CONDITION ORIGINAL BRITISH STEN MK II

Fine British “SJENG” Sten MK II machine gun with broad arrow proof visible on top of magazine housing. Underside of magazine housing exhibits Royal Ordnance Factory, Teal marking. This gun comes with three original 32 round magazines, two

Lot: 2081 - (D) GILBERT EQUIPMENT CO REGISTERED PRECISION

Produced in the 1990’s by the South Korean Daewoo Company, these shotguns take 12 gauge 2 - 3/4” shells and have sold pretty well to a number of Asian nations for military and security purposes. One can certainly imagine they would be an

Lot: 2082 - (N) STEMPLE MODEL 76/45 MACHINE GUN (FULLY

Marked “J Stemple Groveport, Ohio” with serial number on right side of receiver. This machine gun rather closely resembles the Smith & Wesson model 76, however, this gun is in .45 ACP and not so finely finished. It utilizes M3 Grease

Lot: 2083 - (N) SWD REGISTERED VOERE 2005/1 MACHINE GUN RIFLE

Converted from an open bolt firing semi-auto rifle to a fully automatic machine gun, this Voere Model 2005 /1 fires from an open bolt and includes one 10-round magazine. The rifle is immediately recognizable from its rich attractive red/brown wood

Lot: 2084 - (N) VERY CLEVER FACTORY BERETTA 92SB

This is a standard Beretta 92SB pistol that has had an added cut in the backstrap and an added loop at the rear of the magazine well for attachment of a shoulder stock, the same set of cuts that the 93R uses to attach a stock. Beretta only made 27

Lot: 2085 - (D) VERY RARE AND INTERESTING BRITISH WORLD WAR II

Exceedingly scarce trigger fired British 2” Mark I* bomb thrower with tank mounting apparatus. Manufacture indicated as “Unknown” in the NFA registry, but this is clearly British made and marked “C.E.E. Co” and dated 1942.

Lot: 2086 - (N) RARE JAPANESE TRAINING MACHINE GUN (CURIO AND

Rather rare Japanese training machine gun which bears a resemblance to the Type 96 in rear sight, carrying handle and magazine housing, and to the Type 11 in barrel appearance. No magazine present. These guns were utilized at Soldier training schools

Lot: 2087 - (N) FINE ORIGINAL JAPANESE TYPE 89 GRENADE

Very fine Japanese Type 89 grenade discharger with matching numbered external parts, and internals numbered “194”. Trigger slot dust cover springs intact and serviceable without canvas cover present. The Type 89 grenade discharger was a

Lot: 2088 - (N) FINE CONDITION ORIGINAL RUSSIAN MODEL 1940

Very nice original paint Russian model 1940 50mm mortar, complete with bipod, base plate, and attractive brown bakelite adjustment rings. Data plate on bipod present. Wooden windage adjustment knob also present and serviceable. Detachable sight not

Lot: 2089 - (D) RARE GERMAN WORLD WAR II 88MM PANZERSCHRECK 54

Very desirable German WW2 Raketenpanzerbuchse 54 rocket launcher complete with shield with spare sight glass still wrapped in protective paper within storage compartment. Also included are two ends of a vintage leather sling. This weapon was acquired

Lot: 2090 - (D) VETERAN ORIGINAL WORLD WAR II RUSSIAN MODEL

Undoubtedly Soldier used Russian model 1939 50mm mortar, complete with bipod and base plate. Detachable sight not present. NFA registry shows manufacturer as “Russian Federation”. The 1939 model Russian mortars were a conventional design

Lot: 2091 - (D) FINE PRESENTABLE WORLD WAR II RUSSIAN MODEL

Amnesty registered Russian model 1939 50mm mortar direct to Morphy’s from original registrant. Complete with bipod and base plate. Detachable sight, and sight retention knob not present. NFA registry shows manufacturer as “Russian

Lot: 2092 - (N) BEAUTIFUL LIMITED EDITION LWRC INTERNATIONAL

Extremely attractive and well-made LWRC International Spartan short barreled rifle. Features include: Burnt Bronze finish with Spartan logo on mag well. “No Retreat, No Surrender” engraving on dust cover, LWRCI High Efficiency Flash Hider

Lot: 2093 - (N) LOT OF TWO: REMINGTON MODEL 870 WITH BENELLI

Lot consists of (A) Remington Model 870 Police Magnum slide action shotgun with ribbed synthetic forearm, synthetic stock checkered at wrist and terminating in a Remington recoil pad. Gun is finished in black. Rifle sights on barrel. Barrel marked

Lot: 2094 - (D) FINE ORIGINAL FRENCH TRIGGER FIRED MODEL 37

The French model 37 grenade launcher derives its design from 1924 after the French realized how useful “portable pocket artillery” could be after World War I. However, there was very little sense of urgency after the “War to End All

Lot: 2095 - (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: 2096 - (N) GLOBAL RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT MB16F BAYONET

The G.R.A.D. (Global Research And Development) bayonet-revolver is, as the name implies, a bayonet which conceals a .22 LR six shot revolver within the handle. This model fits perfectly on an M16/AR15 with a standard military configuration 21 - 1/2"

Lot: 2097 - (N) MINT G.R.A.D. MODEL MB16F BAYONET REVOLVER

The G.R.A.D. (Global Research And Development) bayonet-revolver conceals a .22 LR six shot revolver within the handle. This model fits on an M16/AR15 with a standard military configuration 21 - 1/2" barrel and bayonet lug. This firearm incorporates a

Lot: 2098 - (N) ITHACA GUN COMPANY M6 OVER/UNDER SURVIVAL

These diminutive rifles were produced for U.S. Air Force crews, with the intent being that they could be used to hunt for food in the event of a crash. It folds on a hinge, bringing it down to a 15" length. The stock holds a folding compartment that

Lot: 2099 - (D) VERY NICE ORIGINAL RUSSIAN MODEL 1940 MORTAR

Very nice original Russian model 1940 50mm mortar, complete with bipod, base plate and attractive brown bakelite adjustment ring. Data plates and windage adjustment knobs not present on bipod. Detachable sight not present. NFA registry shows

Lot: 2100 - (N) LOT OF TWO: STILL SEALED OF TWO ARES DEFENSE

Lot consists of two Ares Defense Systems .380 Companions. They are functional miniature MagLite flashlights that fire a .380 ACP round out of the rear when a safety pin is released and releases a spring loaded firing pin. One is black finish, one is

Lot: 2101 - (D) LOVELY HIGH CONDITION COBRAY STREET SWEEPER,

Street Sweepers and their like were declared destructive devices in 1994 as weapons with "no sporting purpose" and have been tightly controlled since. They have also become collector items, sought after for their clever feeding mechanism and fun

Lot: 2102 - (N) CRESCENT DAVIS ARMS "CERTIFIED SHOTGUN" .410

These guns were made by the Crescent Davis Arms Corp from 1930 until 1934. Total production of approximately 4,000. They were made to compete with the H&R Handy Gun for home defense and small game shooting. This gun is marked "PROOF TESTED 410

Lot: 2103 - (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: 2104 - (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: 2105 - (N) BROWNING .22 SEMI-AUTO GRADE I RIFLE WITH

Rifle manufactured in 1981. Browning .22 Semi-Auto with Ciener integrally suppressed barrel. Receiver with standard Grade I floral scroll with lined border. Tube fed from right side of stock. Blued finish. Added section of rail on receiver. Barrel

Lot: 2106 - (N) COLT HUNTSMAN SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH

Pistol manufactured 1973. Wind drift adjustable rear sight, fixed notch front sight. Lovely original Colt blue with strong Pony over Huntsman logo on left side of frame. Later checkered wooden grips. What makes this gun particularly interesting is

Lot: 2107 - (N) RUGER MK I SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH

Jonathan Ciener is a well known figure in the .22 community, producing a number of .22 conversions for popular firearms. This particular example is a Ruger Mark I with a suppressor designed to mimic a bull barrel. Other features include an adjustable

Lot: 2108 - (N) ALWAYS DESIRABLE RUGER MK I SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Ruger Mark I pistols fitted with MAC suppressors were used throughout Vietnam as an update to the outdated Hi-Standard suppressed .22 pistol that had been popular during World War II. Standard configuration with blue refinish, Ruger markings on left

Lot: 2109 - (N) U.S. PROPERTY STAMPED HI STANDARD MODEL H-D

Hi-Standard suppressed pistols were used extensively for clandestine operations during World War II and into Vietnam, as with the correct ammunition selection, sound could be reduced by as much as 20 decibels. Ported barrel with 44 holes, 11 on each

Lot: 2110 - (N) NOVESKE N4 SHORT BARRELED SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Noveske N4 5.56 lower married to a Noveske upper. Features a VLTOR six point adjustable stock, stippled grip with hollow compartment with two Streamlight CR123A batteries, BCM Gunfighter extended charging handle, Noveske/Superior Weapons Systems 10"

Lot: 2111 - (N) MILITARY ARMAMENT CORPORATION MAC10/22 SHORT

Built off the Ruger 10/22 action with a Bushnell 4x Banner scope with duplex reticle on added section of rail attached to receiver. Gun was professionally turned into a short barrel rifle by Military Armament Corporation and fitted with a copper mesh

Lot: 2112 - (N) ALWAYS DESIRABLE MILITARY ARMAMENT CORP

Built off a Ruger 10/22 action. Suppressor copper mesh looks recently replaced. Suppressor shroud with Military Armament Corp markings. Internally ported barrel for bleeding gasses off early. Receiver drilled and tapped at top with filler screws.

Lot: 2113 - (N) INTERESTING H&R HANDY GUN .410 MARKED ESSEX

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: 2114 - (N) SCARCE VINTAGE NEW IN BOX INGRAM MODEL M-10

Very seldom encountered still mint new in box Military Armament Corporation Ingram M-10 Suppressor. Original factory box with red ink stamped nomenclature with hand inscribed serial number. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish of suppressor is

Lot: 2115 - (N) MINT ORIGINAL MILITARY ARMAMENT CORPORATION

Mint 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 and also offered on the civilian market. 3 - 1/4” long in

Lot: 2116 - (N) HIGH CONDITION "PETER FLEIS" CONVERTED

Bottom of receiver in trigger guard marked "P.L.F / St. L. Mo.", serial number adjacent to trigger. Manufacturer logo on left side of receiver now obscured by scope mount, caliber stamping, model, and "Made in USA" still visible. AKS-74NU converted

Lot: 2117 - (N) LOVELY AND DESIRABLE "PETER FLEIS" AKS-74U

Bottom of receiver in trigger guard marked "P.L.F / St. L. Mo.", serial number adjacent to trigger. Manufacturer logo on left side of receiver now obscured by scope mount, caliber stamping, model, and "Made in USA" still visible. Converted AKS-74U in

Lot: 2118 - (N) INTERESTING H&R HANDY GUN .410 MARKED ESSEX

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: 2119 - (N) STEVENS NO. 35 OFF HAND .410 PISTOL (ANY OTHER

These were made from 1929 to 1934. Good for small game. Barrel is marked "410 GAUGE ONLY" on the left flat, "J. STEVENS ARMS COMPANY/ CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS U.S.A." on the right. Barrel is round with an octagonal breech. Wood grips. CONDITION: Retains

Lot: 2120 - (N) FANTASTIC AND DESIRABLE AWC SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY

AWC MK 9 in a special run that mounts directly to M3 and M3A1 Grease Guns. Designed to mimic the Bell Labs suppressor used by the Office of Strategic Services during World War II. Wipeless/wearless dry suppressor with a length of rifling at breech.

Lot: 2121 - (N) MILITARY ARMAMENT CORPORATION MAW-A1 M-16

Produced by Military Armament Corporation (MAC) with patents from Mitch WerBell of SIONIC fame after the merger that formed MAC. This suppressor utilizes a locking O ring in order to attach the suppressor to the rifle, making threading unnecessary.

Lot: 2122 - (N) BOXED HIGH CONDITION COLT M4LE SHORT BARRELED

Flat top receiver with carry handle sights on picatinny rail, 14 - 1/2" short barrel with A2 style flash hider, round handguards, A2 style grip, four position telescoping stock, "C" marked bolt carrier with forward assist serrations, shell deflector,

Lot: 2123 - (N) MOSSBERG M590A1 SHORT BARREL PUMP AUCTION

Classic pump action shotgun in a desirable short barrel configuration. Ribbed forearm with length of strap to keep hand on forearm. Mossberg adjustable ghost ring rear sight, orange fluorescent post front sight. Fixed cylinder choke and marked for 2

Lot: 2124 - (N) LOT OF 2: ADVANCED ARMAMENT CORPORATION 9MM

Lot consists of (A) Advanced Armament Corporation 9mm Avenger suppressor for an Uzi. Baffle construction with no wipe. CONDITION: Very good, with some handling marks from storage and operation, still retaining the majority of finish. Some silvering

Lot: 2125 - (M) RARE AND HIGHLY DESIRABLE WW2 GERMAN GRB-39

This is a rare GRB-39 (Grenade Launching Rifle) Anti-Tank Rifle marked “cpj” with eagle over “882” proof and dated “41” on top of receiver. Receiver and sights match serial number with beautifully clear Nazi manufacture

Lot: 2126 - (M) BARRETT MODEL 82A1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC .50 BMG

Black finish, four port arrowhead muzzle brake, fluted barrel, protected front post flip up sight, ventilated forearm, bipod, plastic finger groove carry handle, monolithic section of rail welded on top of receiver for mounting of scope, ladder rear

Lot: 2127 - LOT OF 2: M3 GROUND TRIPODS FOR BROWNING M2 .50

Two post-World War II M3 Tripods for Browning M2 HB machine gun. Includes mounting stirrups and Traverse and Elevation mechanisms for each. CONDITION: One tripod is new in original shipping box complete with silver foil packing paper and packaging in

Lot: 2128 - LOT OF DESIRABLE M60 PARTS INCLUDING BARRELS,

Lot consists of 5 Capco plastic assault boxes, approximately 2000 links, barrel bag, sling, bolt, buffer assembly, forearm, operating rod assembly, bipod, E4 Mod 0 cover with relief cut and nickel plated feed cam, and three barrels. Barrels are two

Lot: 2129 - DESIRABLE AND VERY INTERESTING HECKLER & KOCH MP5

This is a briefcase designed by H&K to mount an MP5 inside with the barrel mounting into a small port on the left side and a clamp system with brass deflector to secure the gun and deflect fired brass into the bottom of the briefcase. When

Lot: 2130 - A VERY DESIRABLE LOT OF MG-42/MG3 PARTS.

Lot consists of two bipods, one top cover, two MG3 rear sight graduated out to 1200 meters, two ammo boxes with brass headstamped DAG93A0309 and PPU .308 Win in links, two HK MG3 drums with more PPU .308 Win in links, two feed trays, wood buttstock,

Lot: 2131 - LOT OF 2: PARTS KITS - ONE FOR A BERETTA PM 38/43

Lot consists of (A) Beretta PM 38/43 parts kit that was torch cut through the receiver. Aluminum grip frame with wood grip and forend. Fluted barrel with two port muzzle brake. Interestingly, the top of the receiver was hand engraved with one section

Lot: 2132 - LOT OF DESIRABLE M60E3 CONVERSION PARTS WITH

Lot consists of E3 ambidextrous safety, E3 forearm with vertical foregrip, E3 buttstock, E3 trigger group, E3 top cover, E3 sling swivels, E3 bipod, E3 commando barrel, E3 long barrel, two E3 pistons, E3 hanger, E3 heatshield, along with a feed tray,

Lot: 2133 - LOT OF M2 .50 BROWNING MACHINEGUN PARTS AND

Large lot consisting of: belt loading machine, barrel wrench, 2 different style barrel handles, flashider, bolt, barrel extension, buffer assembly, two hand delinkers in boxes, two driving rod assemblies, firing pins, timing gauge, cleaning brushes,

Lot: 2134 - LOT OF DESIRABLE ULTIMAX 100 MACHINE GUN

The Ultimax 100 that is associated with these accessories are being offered in a separate lot in this auction. Lot consists of two additional barrels, three drum magazines, and four standard magazines. One barrel with plastic protective cover over

Lot: 2135 - LOT OF 12: STEYR MP69 MAGAZINES.

Lot consists of 12 Steyr MP69 25 round magazines. 11 of the magazines have silver metal followers, one has black plastic follower. Five are still in their original sealed packaging. Magazine with black follower has a solid baseplate, others have a

Lot: 2136 - LOT OF 10: H&R MODEL 65 MAGAZINES IN THE STILL

Thick paper envelope marked "10 MAGAZINE, assembly / B-SA22-61 / Line Item #3148 / P.S. Reising, M65". There is pencil initialing to the top right of the stamp, potentially acknowledging receipt. Envelope is still sealed. CONDITION: Excellent

Lot: 2137 - (A) FANTASTIC UNTOUCHED U.S. MODEL 1808 NAVY

This pistol is known by collectors as the best existing example of an 1808 North Navy. 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

Lot: 2138 - (A) FINE SILVER MOUNTED DITTRICH MOBILE, ALABAMA

This is perhaps the only silver mounted Simeon North target or dueling pistol in existence. Any Simeon North pistol of this style is rare, especially accompanied by retailer markings of Dittrich in Mobile, Alabama. This example has a smoothbore

Lot: 2139 - (A) RARE US MODEL 1807 FLINTLOCK CONTRACT PISTOL

For another identical example, see number 109 on pages 228-229 of "Historic Pistols" by Samuel E. Smith and Edwin W. Bitter. A record in the National Archives dated 1811 lists the number of pistols delivered under the 1807 contracts by each

Lot: 2140 - (A) U.S. MODEL 1805 HARPER'S FERRY FLINTLOCK

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

Lot: 2141 - (A) RARE U.S. MODEL 1817 SPRINGFIELD ARMORY

A rare gun with only approximately 400 manufactured using the 1807 style lock under the supervision of Colonel Robert Lee. Of standard configuration throughout. The long 11" barrel stamped "T", eagle and "V", dated 1818. The lock with swan-neck cock,

Lot: 2142 - (A) A RARE AND DESIRABLE MID-18TH CENTURY SCOTTISH

Steel barrel fluted at breech, octagonal and swamped at muzzle, finely engraved in typical Scottish fashion with scrolls. Steel stock finely engraved throughout with characteristic Scottish scroll and wriggle work. Ramshorn butt engraved with

Lot: 2143 - (A) DESIRABLE U.S. MODEL 1855 PERCUSSION PISTOL

Pistol and stock of standard configuration throughout. Barrel dated on tang 1855, lock dated 1856, stock properly numbered on yoke "5". With only 4021 manufactured, the 1855 pistol carbine is a very scarce Martial pistol. Most of these have

Lot: 2144 - (A) SECONDARY 1807 TYPE FLINTLOCK PISTOL BY HENRY.

This pistol was one in the William M. Locke Collection and is shown as pistol "D" on page 77 of "The American Arms Collector". The pistol is also shown in plate 13 on page 122 and 123 of "UNITED STATES MARTIAL PISTOLS & REVOLVERS" by Major Arcadi

Lot: 2145 - (A) SCARCE T. FRENCH NAVEL PISTOL CIRCA 1812-1815.

For another example with the same markings, see number 124 on pages 260-261 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: 2146 - (A) 1807 STYLE MILITIA CONTRACT PISTOL BY HENRY.

Tapered smoothbore steel barrel with indistinct proof on left side of breech, flat lockplate stamped "PHILA" vertically at tail and "J HENRY" in center. Standard Model 1807 style brass furniture with the addition of a brass oval wrist escutcheon.

Lot: 2147 - (A) A GOOD ALL STEEL SCOTTISH RAMSHORN BUTT

Steel barrel is heavily engraved at breech with wriggle work and spray of leaves. Swamp muzzle chiseled and engraved en suite. Barrel signed in a flourished reserve "Playfair Aberdeen". Charles Playfair worked between 1796 and 1859. Bolted lock with

Lot: 2148 - (A) A GOOD ALL STEEL SCOTTISH PERCUSSION DRESS

Barrel is fluted at breech with octagonal muzzle, engraved signed "Ross Edinburgh". Bolted lock with push on safety and sparse engraving signed "Ross Edinburgh". Steel stock engraved throughout its length with scrolls and inlaid with silver dots,

Lot: 2149 - (A) KENTUCKY STYLE SECONDARY FLINTLOCK MARTIAL

This pistol has a long, octagonal, heavily rifled steel barrel with front sights mounted on top. There is a "P" deeply stamped on the left side of the breech. The flat lockplate is marked "SQUIRE & Co." in the center and features a reinforced

Lot: 2150 - (A) 2ND MODEL VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY FLINTLOCK

For another example of this model, see number 117 on pages 244-245 in "Historic Pistols" by Samuel E. Smith and Edwin W. Bitter. Like the 1st Model, these pistols were issued to Virginia Cavalry, and each trooper carried one pistol and a sword. A

Lot: 2151 - (A) A REMARKABLE AND MONUMENTAL PAIR OF 18TH

The nearly 17" long steel barrels with raised rib inlaid with silver in imitation of Arabic calligraphy. Moulded breeches with poincon with crown over "CO/NA". The breech is further embellished with silver inlaid scrolls and gold colored pellets. The

Lot: 2152 - (A) EXTREMELY RARE U.S. MODEL 1813 FLINTLOCK

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

Lot: 2153 - (A) VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY 2ND MODEL FLINTLOCK

For another identical example, see number 118 on pages 246-247 in "Historic Pistols" by Samuel E. Smith and Edwin W. Bitter. This 2nd Model has two variations that only pistols of this date have. They have a thicker and straighter grip, but the most

Lot: 2154 - (A) UNTOUCHED U.S. MODEL 1805 HARPER'S FERRY

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: 2155 - (A) UNIQUE AND EXTREMELY RARE PAIR OF FLINTLOCK

One of the rarest War of 1812 period pistols we have ever offered, these pistols closely follow the 1811 pattern so closely that the owner, Mr. Sadler, was able to interchange parts with his four other model 1811 North pistols. These pistols are

Lot: 2156 - (A) SCARCE US MODEL 1799 2ND CONTRACT NORTH &

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

Lot: 2157 - (A) A FINE AND RARE J.J. HENRY BOULTON FLINTLOCK

A classic early flintlock Kentucky pistol of characteristic Henry form with octagonal barrel and simple but elegant lock. Struck "J.J. Henry Boulton". John Joseph Henry worked from 1786 until his death in 1836. In 1822 he worked with his brother

Lot: 2158 - (A) FINE SIMEON NORTH FLINTLOCK DUELING PISTOL.

Simeon North dueling pistols are extremely rare. This professionally refinished example displays the high quality work that Simeon North was capable of doing. The smoothbore octagonal barrel has a patent hooked breech decorated with two gold bands

Lot: 2159 - (A) T. FRENCH FLINTLOCK NAVY PISTOL STAMPED

This pistol is featured as number 128 on pages 266-267 of "Historic Pistols" by Samuel E. Smith and Edwin W. Bitter. It was once a Chamber's alteration , as is evident by the piece of wood replaced near the barrel. It was apparently reconverted back

Lot: 2160 - (A) PAIR OF EARLY BRASS BARRELED NEW ENGLAND

Circa 1790-1810, this pair of pistols have two-stage brass barrels separated by a relief wedding-band, integral tangs are brass. The unmarked lockplates are flat and have beveled edges, appear to be American. The brass furniture includes small

Lot: 2161 - (A) U.S. MODEL 1805 HARPER'S FERRY FLINTLOCK

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

Lot: 2162 - (A) SCARCE U.S. MODEL 1811 FLINTLOCK MARTIAL

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 one of two types, the other type has a

Lot: 2163 - (A) PAIR OF SCOTTISH FLINTLOCK FLINTLOCK RAMSHORN

Brass barrels, octagonal at muzzle, engraved with urns and strapwork. Steel stocks crudely engraved in the Scottish manner. Plain locks engraved Nairn. Plain swan neck cocks. Plain frizzen. Pierced steel ball trigger. Pierced steel ball pricker en

Lot: 2164 - (A) A RARE AND DESIRABLE U.S. MODEL 1813 US

Only 1150 of these scarce martial pistols were made from 1813 to 1815. Though the original order called for 20,000, the large caliber and punishing recoil caused the order to be revised. The 1813 is also the first contract in which a gunmaker agreed

Lot: 2165 - (A) SCARCE U.S. MODEL 1813 NAVY FLINTLOCK PISTOL

Only 1,626 of this model were made by Simeon North between 1813 and 1815, only 1,000 were delivered to the Navy. This makes it rarer than the Model 1799 North & Cheney Martial pistol, as less were made. The original government contract called for

Lot: 2166 - (A) FINE U.S. MODEL 1836 FLINTLOCK SINGLE SHOT

The Model 1836 was the last U.S. martial pistol made using the flintlock mechanism. About 41,000 were manufactured between 1836 and 1844 by Asa Waters and Robert Johnson. This was the standard issue pistol for the Mexican War and many were converted

Lot: 2167 - (A) AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY RAMSHORN BUTT ALL STEEL

Steel barrel octagonal at breech and muzzle, engraved with Scottish thistles, shield with Cross of St. Andrew, once heightened with gilding. Bolted lock engraved with scrolls signed Campbell in script. Roller bearing frizzen, double neck cock

Lot: 2168 - (A) A GOOD ALL STEEL SCOTTISH FLINTLOCK RAMSHORN

Steel barrel octagonal at breech and muzzle engraved with florals, vines, and heightened with gold and gilding. The unsigned lock with good floral engraving. Swan neck cock engraved en suite. Plain frizzen. Roller bearing frizzen spring. Plain steel

Lot: 2169 - (A) TRYON MARTIAL STYLE PERCUSSION RIFLE.

Unusual Tryon marked rifle with half round half octagon rifled barrel fitted for socket style bayonet. Front blade sight with rear military style graduated sight. Curly maple checkered wrist stock with cheekpiece and iron four piece patchbox, trigger

Lot: 2170 - (A) WILLIAM HENRY MARKED KENTUCKY RIFLE.

Massive octagon barreled fullstock Kentucky rifle stamped "W. HENRY LANCASTER" on top barrel flat. 1-3/4" wide butt curly maple full stock with Lancaster style patchbox and toe release. Massive 50-5/8" long barrel with deep rifling and .60 caliber.

Lot: 2171 - (A) FINE CARVED BUCKS COUNTY LONGRIFLE SIGNED

A pewter Kentucky Rifle Association medallion accompanies this rifle, as it was in the 2016 President's display. George Wiker was a Bucks County, Pennsylvania gunsmith. The rifle has a full length octagonal barrel with a dovetailed silver front

Lot: 2172 - (A) IMPORTANT AND HISTORIC DOCUMENTED DUTCH

This musket is probably the most significant identified Revolutionary War long arm in existence. The well-documented musket, bayonet, and commission have been passed down in the family from John Simpson to the current owner, who is a Simpson

Lot: 2173 - (A) FINE AND RARE PALMETTO ARMORY 1842 PATTERN

This gun features the very desirable brass barrel bands. Originally made as a smooth bore, a small percentage of these were rifled and sighted. This gun has the correct block style rear sight. Barrel tang marking of "S.C." which is only found on a

Lot: 2174 - (A) FINE AND RARE IRON MOUNTED FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY

This rifle was obviously created on special order. It is the only known iron mounted Moll rifle and possibly the only Lehigh County iron mounted rifle in existence. David Moll (1807 – 1853) was the brother of John Jr. and Peter Moll. David

Lot: 2175 - (A) ADAM ANGSTADT ATTRIBUTED FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY

Rifle attributed to Adam Angstadt of Kutztown, Pennsylvania circa 1815. Rifle has octagon smoothbore barrel with rifle sights. Rifle has brass hardware with Angstadt style toeplate and engraved four piece patchbox. Full curly maple stock with back to

Lot: 2176 - (A) A BRASS BARRELED FLINTLOCK BLUNDERBUSS BY THE

A handsome flintlock blunderbuss by the renowned H.W. Mortimer. The barrel has four rings, viewed and proofed at breech, Fleet Street London in script. The flared cannon muzzle is of good size. Bolted lock signed H. W. Mortimer. Brass mounts engraved

Lot: 2177 - (A)J. HENRY AND SONS SABER RIFLE.

J. Henry "Saber Rifle" manufactured in Boulton, Pennsylvania between September 1861 and March 1862. Percussion lock marked "J. Henry and Son" vertically behind hammer and also on the left rear barrel flat. One of 30 rifles supplied to "P.S. Justice"

Lot: 2178 - (A) BRITISH FLINTLOCK BRASS BARRELED BLUNDERBUSS

Appears to be by Lacy & Company, circa 1822. The 14" brass barrel characteristic Blunderbuss form with 1-1/4" bell at muzzle; half round, half octagon and marked "LONDON" on top flat with British proofs on left flat and a lion with "2" above.

Lot: 2179 - (A) SCARCE 1814 TRYON MADE "CP" MARKED FLINTLOCK

This is a Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania made rifle with 1814 style patchbox and cheekpiece. Gun has "Tryon of Phila" marked octagon rifled barrel with rifle sights and "CP 172" on left rear barrel flat along with "P" in circle proof. "Tryon"

Lot: 2180 - (A) J. HENRY MARKED KENTUCKY STYLE RIFLE.

J. Henry stamped octagonal barreled rifle with German silver front blade sight and rear notched sight. Full curly maple stock with brass hardware including a plain four piece patchbox with push button release in the toe. Large Germanic style

Lot: 2181 - (A) EXTRAORDINARY AND ORNATE PERCUSSION PILL LOCK

The barrel of this attic condition rifle is signed "Henry Young" in script and retained by three barrel wedges, each of which is surrounded by a silver oval silver inlay. The excellently engraved brass two piece patchbox with one piercing has the

Lot: 2182 - (A) RELIEF CARVED AND ORNATE FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY

The two stage barrel has a dovetailed silver front sight and a molded notched rear sight centered on the block. Top flat is stamped "JOHN YOUNG". The handmade diminutive lock features a roller frizzen and the front tang is tombstone shaped. The brass

Lot: 2183 - (A) ELABORATE FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY LONGRIFLE SIGNED

The rifle features a heavy, octagonal, rifled barrel with a dovetailed silver front sight and an iron rear sight mounted on a brass block. There is a brass band about 1-1/2" in front of the breech, which is decorated with stiff leaf engraving. There

Lot: 2184 - (A) EXCELLENT 1812 CONTRACT FLINTLOCK MUSKET BY

It is actually a misnomer that Henry did not begin this contract until 1815. This gun has in the bright-finished musket style barrel with encircled "P" proof on barrel, near the breech and "Salem" on left side. Fitted at muzzle with a bayonet stud.

Lot: 2185 - (A) 1797 HENRY "COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA

Made by William Henry of Nazereth, Pennsylvania circa 1797. Rifle is built in the style of the French Charleville musket with smoothbore barrel marked with "P" at left rear and "CP" on top at rear. Three barrel banded walnut stock with several sets

Lot: 2186 - (A) RELIEF CARVED KENTUCKY RIFLE ATTRIBUTED TO

Abraham Schweitzer worked in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania circa 1820. Gun has octagon smoothbore barrel with rifle sights and unusual diamond inlays in what appears to be silver on all exposed barrel flats throughout the length of the barrel. Also

Lot: 2187 - (A) TRYON FLINTLOCK MILITIA RIFLE.

In the style of an 1814 rifle, but much higher quality. Possibly an attempt for an earlier Tryon contract. The rifle has "Tryon Philada" stamped on the octagon rifled barrel with muzzle turned for a socket bayonet. Rifle sights, military style sling

Lot: 2188 - (A) FINE FLINTLOCK KENTUCKY RIFLE ATTRIBUTED TO

This rifle dates about 1820 and was probably made in northern Lehigh County by gunsmith Jacob George. The heavy, octagonal, rifled barrel is unsigned but is stamped "HESS" on the underside. The rear sight is finely engraved with stiff leaf engraving,

Lot: 2189 - (A) SCARCE COMMITTEE OF CORRESPONDENCE MARKED IRON

This early 18th Century flintlock musket features a round three stage barrel with early English view and proof marks near the breech. The top is lightly inscribed "57 / CC" just behind the first set of rings dividing the barrel sections. The early

Lot: 2190 - (A) A FINE CASED PAIR OF ENGLISH PERCUSSION BELT

The smoothbore octagonal barrels signed "W. Powell". Boxlock frames well engraved with borders and scrolls. Silver front foresights and steel rear sights. Action cover is well engraved with scrolls. Dolphin form hammer engraved en suite with frame.

Lot: 2191 - (A) FINE CASED PAIR OF PERCUSSION BELT PISTOLS

This fine pair of pistols is signed Joseph Cooper, New York, on the top flap of the octagonal barrel. Joseph Cooper is listed as working on Broadway in New York from 1831 to 1851. The 3-1/2" barrels are finely engraved with scrolls at the breech, two

Lot: 2192 - (A) SCARCE AND DESIRABLE E. SCHMIDT & CO. HOUSTON,

When Henry Deringer came out with his infamous pocket pistol, many companies jumped on the bandwagon and made copies. This is one such gun made by E. Schmidt & Co. of Houston, Texas. Well marked on the top of the barrel "E. SCHMIDT & CO.

Lot: 2193 - (A) A FINE CASED PAIR OF SAW HANDLED PERCUSSION

The 9 - 1/4" octagonal barrels signed P. Vallee Philadelphia. Breeches finely engraved with inlaid silver band above a gold band. Back action locks finely engraved and signed P. Vallee. Spur trigger guards with acorn finials finely engraved. Highly

Lot: 2194 - (A) EXTREMELY RARE US 1842 ARMY SPRINGFIELD MODEL

An extraordinary rarity, fully marked Springfield 1842 with American eagle over "US" on lock, barrel marked "No. 8 US MODEL 1842" as well as with standard "V/P" over an eagles head and "USM" on the left side of the breech. Standard Aston type barrel,

Lot: 2195 - (A) CASED COLT 1851 LONDON NAVY PERCUSSION

This is a late Model Fourth Type with large iron trigger guard and backstrap. Full or partial matching serial numbers on frame, barrel, trigger guard, backstrap, cylinder, wedge, loading lever and cylinder pin. Barrel address is "ADDRESS COL. COLT

Lot: 2196 - (A) FINE AND RARE RIFLED DERINGER MODEL 1842 USN

Sometimes referred to as Model 1843 Navy pistols. This one features the full "DERINGER/ PHILADELPHIA" marking on both the barrel and lock. "RP" inspected at breech. "US" on lock. This very rare variation has a seven groove rifled barrel. It is

Lot: 2197 - (A) FINE AND RARE PAIR OF "PEANUT" PHILADELPHIA

This excellent pair of Deringers' smallest pistols is a true pair, as both guns are virtually identical in engraving, mounts, and size. The diminutive octagonal to round barrels with German silver foresights and silver bands at breech, breech deeply

Lot: 2198 - (A) AN ELEGANT CASED SET OF IVORY STOCKED BELGIAN

These pistols are of fine quality with beautiful, finely executed octagonal Damascus barrels featuring eight flutes. The actions are engraved with foliage, center hung percussion hammers with finely checkered thumb pieces, engraved pop-out triggers.

Lot: 2199 - (A) A CASED PAIR OF CHARLES J. SMITH RIFLED

Deeply browned 8 - 3/4" octagonal barrels with silver foresights are signed in full on top flat "CJ SMITH 61 KING WILLIAM STREET LONDON". Breeches with silver line and scroll engraving. Back action locks en suite with breeches, dolphin form hammers

Lot: 2200 - (A) A VERY FINE CASED SET OF SILVER AND GOLD

The six false-rifled barrels exhibit the finest quality Damascus twist, numbered 1 through 6 and have sparse engraving at the breech. The frames are elaborately inlaid with gold and silver wire outlining the floral engraving. Ring triggers with under

Lot: 2201 - (A) A VERY FINE EXHIBITION QUALITY CASED SET OF

This extremely fine set of pistols is reminiscent of both Lebeda and Novotny. The octagonal barrels are fluted forward of fore end. Inlaid in gold "ED. KETTNER COLN RRH." Barrels are further decorated in inlaid silver with urns and dragon heads. The

Lot: 2202 - (A) A UNIQUE PAIR OF SCOTTISH PERCUSSION DRESS

Steel barrels with engraving, once gilded, signed on top flat "H. Allport Cork". The bolted locks with foliate engraving signed H. Allport. The dolphin form hammers engraved en suite with the locks. Metal 3/4 stocks possibly silver as opposed to

Lot: 2203 - (A) US MODEL 1842 H. ASTON PERCUSSION SINGLE SHOT

This possibly armory experimental shoulder stocked M1842 Aston is of standard configuration throughout with the exception of attachment of an adjustable rear sight and a backstrap with two slots to admit an 1855 Springfield Model shoulder stock. The

Lot: 2204 - (A) CONFEDERATE GARRETT & CO BRASS FRAME SINGLE

Most early Confederate reference books refer to these brass framed pistols, made up with leftover model 1842 pistol parts as "Garrett's", however no one knows definitively where these were made or by whom. They are very well made. There is usually an

Lot: 2205 - (A) VERY FINE A. WURFFLEIN PHILADELPHIA DERINGER

This is one of the many copies made of the Deringer pistol in the 1850's. This particular gun was made A. Wurfflein in Philadelphia and so marked on the top of the barrel. Nice scroll engraving on the lock and hammer. German silver mounted.

Lot: 2206 - (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. Slightly later production with a worn

Lot: 2207 - (A) SPRINGFIELD 1855 PISTOL CARBINE WITH NO STOCK.

1855 at tang. Two-leaf rear sight. CONDITION: Medium pitting at bolster. Clean out screw defaced, nipple pitted and deformed. Stirrup rammer with light pitting. Lock dated 1856. Clean and bright. Primer door with eagle clutching arrows. Brass mounts

Lot: 2208 - (A) CASED SCOTTISH PERCUSSION DRESS PISTOL WITH

Blued steel barrel finely engraved throughout length and octagonal at breech with beautifully engraved muzzle. Bolted lock blued en suite with barrel engraved with foliage, hammer engraved en suite with lock. Signed Mossman and Co. German silver full

Lot: 2209 - (A) CASED COLT 1855 SIDEHAMMER (ROOT) PERCUSSION

Most commonly known among collectors as the "Root Model" after Elisha K. Root, noted designer for Colt. This sidehammer, serial number 17829, was manufactured in 1857. 3 - 1/2" octagon barrel with pointing hand motif marked "COLTS PT./1855" and

Lot: 2210 - (A) HIGH CONDITION US COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION

This is a late third model with small brass triggerguard and backstrap. This was part of a group of Navy revolvers purchased for the United States Army in a batch between #49000-80750. It has several Army inspector stamped letters about the metal

Lot: 2211 - (A) COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Serial number 48574, manufactured in 1852. Serial numbers match on all major component, no number present on wedge and loading lever. Engraved in an early Hartford style featuring scrolls with hatch line background. Scroll engraving on barrel, frame,

Lot: 2212 - (A) CASED PAIR OF ENGRAVED COLT 1849 POCKET

Serial numbers 104023 and 90312, produced in 1854 & 1855, factory engraved and dual cased with accessories. 6" octagon barrels with five shot .31 cal cylinders and deluxe finished walnut grips. Engraved in tight scrolls over nearly 100% of the

Lot: 2213 - (A) CASED PAIR OF MARTIAL COLT 1860 ARMY

Both manufactured in 1863. Pair of Colt Model 1860 Army revolver with United States Martial inspections and cartouches. Cased in a English Colt pattern dual case with German marked KM flask and two blue steel dual cavity .44 molds with sprue cutter

Lot: 2214 - (A) COLT MODEL 1851 KM MARKED NAVY PERCUSSION

About 900 Colt Model 1851 "KM" (Konigliche Marine) Navy marked revolvers were owned by the Prussian Royal Navy and have serial numbers between 31627 and 39496. They were confiscated in 1855 by the Prussian Government from a stock of 3,000 pieces for

Lot: 2215 - (A) OUTSTANDING DOCUMENTED DELUXE CASED AUSTRIAN

A featured item in the famed Peter B. Blatter Colt collection, formerly of the Rudolf Pahr collection in Austria comes what may be the finest Brevette First Model Cased Dragoon in existence. The nearly pristine condition defies the ravages of time.

Lot: 2216 - (A) HIGH CONDITION COLT MODEL 1862 POCKET NAVY

Serial number 14889 matching on all major components including wedge. .36 caliber. 5 - 1/2" barrel with one line "ADDRESS COL SAML COLT NEW-YORK US AMERICA". Pin front sight. High polish blue on barrel and cylinder. Case hardened frame, hammer and

Lot: 2217 - (A) PRESENTATION GRADE GUSTAVE YOUNG ENGRAVED AND

Deluxe presentation grade with rare and most desirable backstrap inscription: "D.D. Fisher From the Inventor". Classic Gustave Young Germanic scroll engraving on a punch dot background. The barrel, loading lever, frame, trigger guard, hammer,

Lot: 2218 - (A) CASED COLT 1860 FLUTED ARMY PERCUSSION

Manufactured 1860. Colt Fluted Army with 7 - 1/2" round barrel with single line Hartford barrel address. Caliber .44 percussion with matching numbers and Colt marked nipples. Blue finish barrel and cylinder with case color frame and silver plated

Lot: 2219 - (A) FINE AND RARE PUBLISHED CONFEDERATE J.H. DANCE

Out of all the Confederate made revolvers, those made by Dance & Bros. of Columbia, Texas are among the most desirable and hard to find. There are around 100 of these revolvers currently known consisting of both the .36 caliber Navy model and .44

Lot: 2220 - (A) STUNNING CASED PAIR OF COLT 1851 NAVY

Manufactured 1864 and 1865, this pair of Colt Model 1851 Navy revolvers with 7 - 1/2" octagon blued barrels, varnished walnut grips, case colored frames, and blued cylinders are extremely fine original condition and are cased in the proper English

Lot: 2221 - (A) DESIRABLE ENGRAVED COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION

Factory engraved in classic Gustave Young No. 2 pattern featuring floral and foliate arabesque coverage on barrel, loading lever, frame, hammer (wolf head), backstrap, trigger guard, wedge, and major screws. Select burl one piece walnut grips with

Lot: 2222 - (A) DUAL CASED PAIR OF COLT GUSTAVE YOUNG ENGRAVED

Engraved in tight scroll and vine patterns with script "SAM COLT" barrel addresses. Manufactured 1856 and 1859, this pair exhibit 6 inch octagon barrels, iron trigger guards and backstraps, and 5 shot cylinders. Varnished walnut stocks with blue and

Lot: 2223 - (A) ENGRAVED COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION REVOLVER

Deluxe engraved in classic Gustave Young style featuring Germanic scrolls on a punch dot background. Gothic dog motif on left barrel lug and wolf head motif on hammer. Hand engraved "Colt's Patent" on left side of frame. Backstrap inscribed "H.B.

Lot: 2224 - (A) DELUXE ENGRAVED CASED COLT 1849 POCKET

Serial number 237728 manufactured in 1863, serial number matching on all major components. Wedge is numbered 7718. Last digit of serial number on cylinder appears to have been re-cut, possibly during period. 5" barrel with hand engraved "Sam'L Colt"

Lot: 2225 - (A) ENGRAVED & CASED COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION

Serial number 180716, manufactured in 1860. Matching serial numbers on all major components including wedge. Punch dot either below or above serial numbers indicating factory engraving and/or special finishes. 4" barrel with two-line marked "ADDRESS

Lot: 2226 - (A) COLT BREVETE MODEL 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION

Very fine Liege Belgium assembled 1851 Colt Navy Brevete revolver. Based upon literature, the gun was assembled in Belgium using parts manufactured by Colt around 1853. The hammer is Belgium made. Barrel markings, address "SAML Colt New York City",

Lot: 2227 - (A) RARE UPPER CANADA MARKED CASED COLT MODEL 1851

Blue & color case hardened with 7 - 1/2" octagon barrel, brass pin front sight, and one line London address with short spears. Left side of frame has “COLT’S PATENT”, the iron trigger guard and back strap containing a varnished one

Lot: 2228 - (A) COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Serial number 176743, manufactured in 1860. Matching serial numbers on all major components including wedge and loading lever. 4" barrel with two line "ADDRESS SAM'L COLT / HARTFORD CT." Dovetail blade front sight. Left side of frame marked "COLTS

Lot: 2229 - (A) CASED LONDON COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION

Serial number 196221 manufactured in 1866, matching numbers on all major components including wedge; loading lever is not numbered. Blue with casehardened frame, hammer, and loading lever. Iron trigger guard and backstrap with blue finish. 7 - 1/2"

Lot: 2230 - (A) COLT MODEL 1848 BABY DRAGOON PERCUSSION

Scarce Colt Baby Dragoon, manufactured from 1847 through 1850 with a total production of approximately 15,000 total. This particular revolver serial number 7246 is the Type II variation and was built in 1848. Five shot cylinder and one piece walnut

Lot: 2231 - (A) FINE CASED LONDON COLT 1851 NAVY PERCUSSION

Elegantly cased Navy Colt revolver assembled at Pall Mall in 1852. Blue and case color finished with varnished one piece walnut stocks. Barrel marked "ADDRESS. COL. COLT.LONDON." The accompanying mahogany Colt pattern casing is fitted with two cavity

Lot: 2232 - (A) EXCEPTIONAL CASED MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY

Blue and color case hardened with 8" round barrel, German silver front sight and New York, US America address. Three screw frame has “COLT’S PATENT” on left side and “44 CAL” on left rear of trigger guard. Cylinder is rebated

Lot: 2233 - (A) VERY RARE COLT WALKER PERCUSSION REVOLVER

Colt 1847 Walker A Company No. 181. One of the most rare and desirable of all Colt firearms is the Walker pistol. These massive 4 lb. revolvers were manufactured in 1847 in a quantity of only 1,000 to arm mounted troops for the war in Mexico.

Lot: 2234 - (A) EXTREMELY RARE COLT NO. 5 TEXAS PATERSON

Extremely rare Colt No. 5 or Texas Model Paterson revolver with 4 - 1/2" barrel marked: “Patent Arms M’g. Co. Paterson, N J. – Colt’s Pt." with star and snake terminals at each end. Muzzle is chamfered as is the case with all

Lot: 2235 - (A) FACTORY ENGRAVED AND CASED COLT 1849

Early production (1852) 6 inch barrel with hand engraved "Sam Colt" address. Factory engraved in the classic donut style scroll pattern. Engraved on barrel, wedge, loading lever, frame, hammer, backstrap, and trigger guard. One piece varnished select

Lot: 2236 - (A) COLT FIRST MODEL DRAGOON PERCUSSION REVOLVER

Serial number 7002 manufactured in 1849. Matching serial numbers on all major components except loading lever and wedge, both are marked "7706". 7 - 1/2" barrel marked in one line "ADDRESS SAM'L COLT NEW-YORK CITY", letter "N" stamped on top barrel

Lot: 2237 - (A) FINE CASED COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION

Serial number 67299 manufactured in 1853. Matching numbers on all major components including wedge and loading lever. Desirable 6" barrel with two-line address marked "SAML COLT / NEW-YORK CITY". Blue with casehardened frame, hammer, and loading

Lot: 2238 - (A) RARE DOCUMENTED FACTORY ENGRAVED COLT 1851

Serial number 29720, manufactured in 1853. On page 69 of R.L. Wilson's first "Colt Engraving" book is a photograph showing an original hand written list titled "Engraved Pistols". This list is part of the official Colt Collection of Firearms then

Lot: 2239 - (A) LONDON COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION

Serial Number 8834, manufactured in 1854. Matching serial numbers on all major components including loading lever and wedge. 5" barrel marked in two lines "ADDRESS COL COLT / LONDON". Left side of frame marked "COLTS PATENT". 5-shot cylinder with

Lot: 2240 - (A) A SUPERB CASED AND ENGRAVED TRANTER DOUBLE

This splendid revolver has a 3-3/4" octagonal barrel in .32 caliber with barrel and frame finely engraved with scrolls, retailers name in reserve on top flat, brightly polished hammer and trigger, deluxe figured one piece walnut grip with extremely

Lot: 2241 - (A) CASED COLT 1849 "WELLS FARGO" MODEL PERCUSSION

Serial number 55676 manufactured in 1853. Matching numbers on barrel, frame, trigger guard, backstrap, cylinder, and wedge. 3" barrel with two line address marked "ADDRESS SAML COLT / NEW YORK CITY". Frame and cylinder marked "COLTS PATENT". Letter

Lot: 2242 - (A) CASED COLT 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER.

Serial number 136237 manufactured in 1857. 4" barrel with two line New York barrel address. Five shot .31 caliber with stagecoach holdup scene. Full nickel plated finish with varnished one piece walnut grips. Matching serial numbers on barrel, frame,

Lot: 2243 - (A) N. GILON BREVETE COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY

The gunsmith N. Gilon made this Navy revolver serial number 9407 in Liege Belgium. The frame is marked "NG" just below the left recoil shield. Barrel has a two line mark "Colt Patent". Cylinder is marked "Colts Patent" in script with a coach and

Lot: 2244 - (A) A VERY FINE ENGLISH PERCUSSION SIX SHOT

A really beautiful example of a classic mid-19th century English pepperbox by one of England's most distinguished gun makers, Wilkinson and Son. The fluted barrels are case hardened and numbered from 1 through 6. The German Silver frame is

Lot: 2245 - (A) COLT FIRST MODEL DRAGOON WITH 12 - 1/4"

Produced originally in 1848, this early First Model US Inspected Colt Dragoon revolver has been fitted with a 12 - 1/4" octagon barrel and unique loading rammer. Barrel assembly has no markings but is very well made with drift adjustable front sight.

Lot: 2246 - (A) RARE CASED COLT ROOT MODEL 1855 1A PERCUSSION

Blued octagon barrel, brass pin front sight and two line address without pointing hand motif. Rammer handle is octagonal shaped. Cylinder is usual five chambers with Cabin/Indian fight scene roll marking. Mounted with uncheckered one piece varnished

Lot: 2247 - (A) A VERY FINE MODEL 1858 STARR SINGLE ACTION

The frame on this revolver is simply superb with crisp markings, bright nitre blued screws, serial number 37845. Octagonal barrel. One piece walnut grips. Military inspector marks. CONDITION: Barrel is magnificent, retaining nearly all of its bright

Lot: 2248 - (A) FANTASTIC CASED WEBLEY BENTLEY DOUBLE ACTION

Produced between the mid 1850s and the 1860s, the Webley-Bently was double action only (known at the time as "self-cocking"). Based on work from Joseph Bentley, and a contemporary of the Adams revolver. This pistol is a .36 caliber open-top revolver,

Lot: 2249 - (A) A RARE AND DESIRABLE CASED FIRST MODEL TRANTER

The 7 - 1/8" octagonal barrel with border engraving around muzzle and sparse scroll engraving at breech. British viewed and proof stamps. No barrel address. Rear sight integral with frame. Unadorned cylinder with one band of engine turning at front

Lot: 2250 - (A) A GOOD CASED ENGLISH PERCUSSION PEPPERBOX WITH

The barrel cluster with some engraving between the flutes and engraving on the retaining screw. British proofs. The bar hammer with engraving throughout. German silver frame with recoil shield features scroll and border engraving. High raised relief

Lot: 2251 - (A) 3RD MODEL MARTIAL COLT DRAGOON WITH BARREL

The barrel reduced with brass front sight, address Samuel Colt, New York City. CONDITION: Smooth brown patina throughout. Loading lever with matching number, reduced in length. Cylinder with matching number, smooth brown patina and no cylinder seam

Lot: 2252 - (A) HIGH CONDITION MASSACHUSETTS ARMS CO. POCKET

Approximately 2,500-3,000 made from 1851-60 in Chicopee Falls at the Massachusetts Arms Co. The cylinder features an etched floral design, six shot, and Maynard priming device. CONDITION: The frame has faded to grey patina but the Maynard plate

Lot: 2253 - (A) COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER

Very good mid-war long barrel Colt Model 1849. Full or partial matching numbers on frame, barrel, trigger guard, backstrap, cylinder, cylinder pin, and wedge. CONDITION: Barrel has a sharp New York address and is a pleasing homogeneous mix of blue

Lot: 2254 - (A) ENGRAVED COLT 1851 NAVY SERIAL NUMBER 118534

The grey barrel features deep relief modern mechanical engraving and no finish. Matching loading level with mechanical engraving en suite. Cylinder matching with strong traces of naval engagement scene. Frame with deep relief mechanical engraving

Lot: 2255 - (A) ENGRAVED MODEL 1849 COLT POCKET REVOLVER

Barrel with two line New York address. Mechanically engraved throughout with scrolls in imitation of Gustave Young Studio. Cylinder with mechanical scroll engraving. Frame with mechanical scroll engraving. Backstrap and trigger guard with mechanical

Lot: 2256 - (A) CASED AND ENGRAVED TIPPING & LAWDEN FOUR

Sharps type derringer appearing to be a direct copy of the Sharps Model 1-A deringer and, according to the book "Sharps Firearms" by Frank Sellers, may have been made from Sharps manufactured parts shipped to England. Marked "Tipping &

Lot: 2257 - (A) HIGH CONDITION NAVY SIZE VOLCANIC LEVER ACTION

Serial number 1779. Exceptional Volcanic Repeating Arms Navy size pistol with 8 inch blue octagon barrel marked in three lines, "THE VOLCANIC/REPEATING ARMS CO./PATENT NEW HAVEN CONN. FEB. 14, 1854". Integral magazine tube with fluted ribs, German

Lot: 2258 - (A) RARE SHARPS MODEL 4D PISTOL ATTRIBUTED TO

This exact gun is pictured in Frank Sellers book entitled Sharps Firearms on page 156 where he states "Model 4D, no serial number. This pistol was supposedly the personal property of Christian Sharps but the documentation is a little sketchy". The

Lot: 2259 - (A) CASED & ENGRAVED TIPPING & LAWDEN FOUR BARREL

A direct copy of Sharps four shot derringer, and according to the book "Sharps Firearms" by Frank Sellers, possibly built from parts manufactured by Sharps that were shipped to England. This Model T-1 is marked "Tipping & Lawden-Sharps' Patent"

Lot: 2260 - (A) RARE MORRIL, MOSMAN & BLAIR PERCUSSION SINGLE

Morril, Mosman & Blair cutlass pistols are one of the most interesting 19th century American oddity pistols. This specimen, unmarked as most are, is unquestionably genuine throughout. 8-1/2" Bowie blade is 1-3/8" wide, round barrel unmarked,

Lot: 2261 - (A) CASED PAIR OF COLT NO. 2 SINGLE SHOT DERINGER

Manufactured by Colt from 1870-1890 for a total of only 9,000, makes these a rare fine in any condition. The pair, serial numbers 7360 and 4870 places them approximately middle of production. Checkered two piece varnished walnut grips, silver plated

Lot: 2262 - (A) A RARE AND DESIRABLE CASED N. KENDALL WINDSOR,

A rare German silver mounted rifle by Nicanor Kendall, better known for his attractive underhammer pistols, that is elaborately cased and engraved. One 30" .50 caliber part octagon part 16 sided smoothbore, other .41 caliber 30" octagonal rifled

Lot: 2263 - (A) HEAVY ROUND H.M. POPE BARRELED FACTORY

The heavy round barrel measures 29" and chambered for the .22 caliber and is stamped H.M.POPE under fore-arm with a series of measurement numbers and on top of the barrel. The frame is factory engraved with deer on left panel and bear on right panel

Lot: 2264 - (A) A FINE AND BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED GERMAN

A beautiful German stalking rifle with heavy octagonal Damascus barrel, signed in gold W. Huebel en Meiningen. Single leaf rear sight formed as an arrow. Gold band at muzzle. Rear of barrel also with gold band. Breech engraved with scrolls and inlaid

Lot: 2265 - (A) SHARPS NEW MODEL 1859 BERDAN SHARPSHOOTERS

Without doubt the most famous users of the Sharps Rifle during the Civil War were Berdan's Sharpshooters. Colonel Hiram Berdan, a 36 year old mechanical engineer from New York and nationally known marksman believed his greatest contribution to the

Lot: 2266 - (C) FINE WINCHESTER HI-WALL OFF HAND SINGLE SHOT

Full octagon number three weight barrel is fitted with two folding leaf rear sight and spirit level windage adjustable globe front. High quality case hardened scope blocks hold Fecker 6 X (?) target scope number 2145 in micrometer rings. Blued action

Lot: 2267 - (A) ONLY KNOWN FACTORY ENGRAVED REMINGTON MODEL 7

This is an exceedingly rare and high condition special ordered Remington Model 7. The Remington Model 7 was a very low production gun, manufactured from 1903-1910, for a total production of approximately 350 rifles. Serial number 300339 is the only

Lot: 2268 - (A) VERY RARE REMINGTON NUMBER 7 "ROLLING BLOCK"

Exceedingly rare factory installed telescopic sight. Serial number T300344, the "T" prefix is factory representation for telescopic sight. The Remington No. 7 was a very low production gun, manufactured from 1903-1910, for a total production of only

Lot: 2269 - (A) FACTORY ENGRAVED REMINGTON NO. 2 RIFLE WITH

Formerly owned by Remington factory exhibition shooter William (Billy) Hill. Employed by Remington from 1907-1946. Mr. Hill was born in 1881 and passed away in 1957. His obituary appeared in the Portland Press Herald on January 1st, 1958 with an

Lot: 2270 - (A) SHARPS MODEL 1878 LONG RANGE RIFLE.

Total production of this desirable model Sharps target rifle was only 230 manufactured in Bridgeport, Connecticut from October 1877 to May 1880. Available in 32" or 34" barrels, this example, serial number 6650 has the 34" barrel marked "Sharps Rifle

Lot: 2271 - (A) SHARPS MODEL 1874 MID-RANGE NO. 3 SINGLE SHOT

Serial number 156870 manufactured in 1876 at the Sharps factory located in Bridgeport Connecticut. 30" octagon barrel marked "SHARPS RIFLE CO. BRIDGEPORT CONN.", "OLD RELIABLE", and "CALIBRE 40" at the breech. Chambered in .40-70, 2-1/4 BN caliber.

Lot: 2272 - (A) SHARPS MODEL 1874 SPORTING RIFLE MADE FOR

(1874) Made for one of the Sharps 40 caliber bottleneck cartridges (factory letter does not specify case length), this rifle has 28" medium weight full octagon barrel marked for "CALIBER 40" "S" and "20". Top flat is also marked "SHARP'S RIFLE

Lot: 2273 - (A) SUPERB CONDITION SHARPS RIFLE CO MODEL 1874

(1877) This fine Bridgeport era Sharps has 30" medium weight full octagon barrel marked for caliber 45 and 2 - 1/10" (.45-70 Gov). Top of barrel is marked "Old Reliable" in rectangle and "SHARPS RIFLE CO. BRIDGEPORT. CONN." It is fitted with Lawrence

Lot: 2274 - (A) SCARCE AND DESIRABLE FINE CIVIL WAR

Morse carbines were made at the South Carolina State Military Works in Greenville, South Carolina. Approximately 1,000 Morse Carbines manufactured, with a few noted having serial numbers slightly higher than that. They were made in three distinct

Lot: 2275 - (A) SCARCE UNTOUCHED CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE C.S.

Standard 25" barrel with pinched front sight. Lock is marked "C.S./ RICHMOND, VA" and dated 1863 at the tail. Barrel date is no longer visible due to pitting. Proper "T" slot for rear sight on barrel. "V/ P" eagle head proof is visible. Battlefield

Lot: 2276 - EXTREMELY RARE COMPLETE CONFEDERATE MORSE CARBINE

The very distinct Morse carbine cartridge boxes consists of two tarred leather boxes, about 11" x 4", each holding 12 tin tubes. Each tube would have held a Morse cartridge. The 2 boxes are suspended on a canvas belt which has an iron roller buckle,

Lot: 2277 - LOT OF 2: ORIGINAL RARE CONFEDERATE MORSE CARBINE

These are extremely hard to find original cartridges for the Confederate Morse breech-loading carbines made in Greenville, South Carolina during the Civil War. They both appear to be completely original, with original heads and primers. One is

Lot: 2278 - (A) SHARPS RIFLE COMPANY MODEL 1874 SPORTING

Serial number 160911 manufactured in Bridgeport Connecticut. Shipped to Ben Kitteredge & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio on August 28, 1977. Full octagon 30" heavy 9 pound barrel, chambered in .45 caliber. Barrel is marked in one line "SHARPS RIFLE CO.

Lot: 2279 - (A) A VERY RARE REMINGTON PERCUSSION RIFLE CANE

This most desirable of all the Remington rifle cane lines, is fully marked on the knurled metal tip "J F Thomas Patent, February 9th, 1858, Remington and Sons, Illion, New York, Serial Number 80". CONDITION: Gutta percha eagle claw and ball grip with

Lot: 2280 - (A) A SCARCE AND SOUGHT AFTER LARGE DOG HEAD

These interesting and scarce oddities are one of the most interesting of all Remington firearms. Normally, when these rare canes are encountered, they have been damaged and repaired as the gutta percha shaft and head are extremely fragile. CONDITION:

Lot: 2281 - (A) FINE SHARPS 1878 MID-RANGE RIFLE CALIBER

Chambered for the Sharps .40-70 SS cartridge this Model 1878 Mid-Range rifle with 30" round barrel and deluxe extra finish checkered pistol grips stocks with Mid-Range dial adjustable tang sight. Barrel is marked "OLD RELIABLE SHARPS RIFLE CO.

Lot: 2282 - (A) SHARPS MODEL 1851 PERCUSSION SPORTING RIFLE.

Manufactured 1852 to 1855. According to the "Sharps Rifle Book" by Sellers, page 43, a mere 193 sporting rifles were manufactured. Featured walnut stock with brass patchbox and buttplate, pewter forend tip, single trigger, single lead folding rear

Lot: 2283 - (A) MODEL 1874 SHARPS MILITARY RIFLE.

Rarely seen Model 1874 military style three band rifle with patchbox. Round barrel marked "OLD RELIABLE", "SHARPS RIFLE CO. BRIDGEPORT.CONN", and "CAL.45". Lawrence patent rear barrel sight. Standard single trigger. Roughly finished walnut stock and

Lot: 2284 - (A) RARE FIELDS PATENT PIVOTING BLOCK SINGLE SHOT

This rifle built according to Field's 1877 patent (No. 1927) is of the very scarce improved Martini type. Jonathan Kirton in THE BRITISH FALLING BLOCK BREECH LOADING RIFLE 2nd edition, notes only three surviving examples. This hitherto unknown

Lot: 2285 - (A) A RARE PLAIN CURVED HANDLE REMINGTON RIFLE

Although not as desirable as the dog head rifle canes, the plain curved handle is actually less frequently encountered. CONDITION: Exemplary throughout with no discernable damage to the fragile gutta percha and no sun discoloration. The metal tip is

Lot: 2286 - (A) STARR CIVIL WAR CARBINE.

Features round barrel, dovetail front sight, single blade rear sight, brass barrel band and buttplate, saddle ring and stud. Left side of barrel stamped "HGS" Henry G. Shaw, known inspector of Starrs. Rear tang is stamped "STARRS PATENT SEP 1". Back

Lot: 2287 - (A) RARE EARLY SECOND MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE

It is estimated that approximately 2000 Second Models were made from 1860-62 and the majority saw hard use during the war and with a very low survival rate as they were never bulk sold to dealers after the war. Cavalry units that were issued the

Lot: 2288 - (A) SHARPS NEW MODEL 1863 MILITARY RIFLE /

Standard 30" full round barrel marked "New Model 1863" at breech. R.S Lawrence ladder rear sight, blade front sight. Originally chambered in .52 caliber percussion, re-lined to .50-70 Government. Correct inspection cartouches on stock and

Lot: 2289 - (A) SHARPS & HANKINS MODEL 1862 ARMY TYPE CARBINE.

Easily distinguishable from the Navy for its lack of screwed-in leather cover, the Army Type lacks both the screws and screw holes that were used in attaching the covering. This example is sans saddle ring. It is estimated that approximately 500 were

Lot: 2290 - (A) MODEL 1882 US MAGAZINE RIFLE SPRINGFIELD

Made by the Springfield Armory in 1884, a mere 753 were ever manufactured. It is a bolt action repeating rifle with cartridges fed through the butt. Built with iron mountings, blued finish, military leaf style rear sight, post front sight, button tip

Lot: 2291 - (A) CUSTOM RON LONG SHARPS 1878 SPORTING RIFLE.

Sharps custom restored and built by Ron Long with 28 inch part round part octagon barrel equipped with windage adjustable spirit level fitted front globe sight and integral micrometer adjustable rear tang sight. Vividly case colored receiver. Fitted

Lot: 2292 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1883 MARTIALLY INSPECTED

Manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms company and known as the 3rd Model 1883 Hotchkiss rifle. Chambered for the .45-70 Government cartridge with a unique internal tubular magazine. 28" round barrel with two barrel band, bayonet lug/front

Lot: 2293 - (A) SHARPS MODEL 1853 SLANT BREECH SPORTING RIFLE.

This rifle features full, heavy octagon barrel, German nickel sporting front sight, Lawrence folding rear sight, walnut forend, pewter tip, walnut stock, brass patchbox and buttplate. Barrel is stamped "SHARPS RIFLE MANUFG CO HARTFORD CONN". Tang is

Lot: 2294 - (A) AINSWORTH INSPECTED US COLT CAVALRY SINGLE

Standard US issue revolver with blue and case color with one piece walnut grips. Frame is stamped "US". All numbers matching including under the barrel and cylinder. Ainsworth inspector stamp on barrel, cylinder, trigger guard and backstrap. This was

Lot: 2295 - (A) HIGH CONDITION BLUE SMITH AND WESSON AMERICAN

The American Model was the first big bore cartridge revolver made in the United States. This is a First Model, of which approximately 8000 were made between 1870-72. It is estimated that only about 10% were made with a factory blue finish with the

Lot: 2296 - (A) CUSTER ERA AINSWORTH INSPECTED US COLT CAVALRY

Colt Single Action Army U.S. marked Calvary series revolver in Custer serial number range, .45 Colt, 7- 1/2" barrel. Full Ainsworth inspections. Referenced in book "Cavalry and Artillery Revolvers, etc." by Kopec and Fenn, page 260 & 261,

Lot: 2297 - (A) HIGH CONDITION FIRST MODEL US SMITH AND WESSON

Manufactured for the US Army in 1875, only a bit over 3000 guns were made in this first series. They were all chambered for the .45 S&W cartridge, had 7" barrels, blue finish with case color hammer and trigger guard with two piece smooth walnut

Lot: 2298 - (A) ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER.

1889 vintage with 5 - 1/2 inch barrel chambered in .45 Colt. One line Hartford address. Custom engraved, name of engraver and date of engraving unknown. Engraved over barrel caliber marking. One piece carved ivory grips with American eagle motif.

Lot: 2299 - (A) MERWIN & HULBERT LARGE FRAME SINGLE ACTION

Third model, large frame, single action army revolver with top strap on frame and long fluted cylinder. 7" barrel marked with Merwin Hulbert & Co. address with last patent date March 6, 1877. Left side of frame marked two line

Lot: 2300 - (A) CASED ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 TIP-UP

This model is referred to as a Model 1 3rd Issue, manufactured from 1868 to 1881. This is New York Nimschke style engraving with nearly full coverage, all done in scroll with punch dot background. CONDITION: Never been fired. Retains 99.9% of the

Lot: 2301 - (A) PROFESSIONALLY RESTORED CUSTER ERA US COLT

With letter from noted expert John Kopec, his comments on this fine revolver are as follows: Frame was from Lot 5, the prime lot from which the 7th Cavalry received their first quota of revolvers on July 2, 1874. This revolver is listed as being

Lot: 2302 - (A) COLT MODEL 1862 POCKET NAVY CONVERSION SINGLE

Colt factory archival letter documents the following: Colt Model 1862 Pocket Navy Conversion, Serial Number: 20009, Caliber: .38 Rimfire, Barrel Length: 4-1/2", Finish: Blue, Type of Stocks: Not Listed, Factory Engraved: Yes; Shipped To: J.P. Moores

Lot: 2303 - (C) CASED SMITH & WESSON NEW MODEL 3 TARGET

Manufactured circa 1887-1910, with a total production of only 4,333 for all models. Cased is a period deluxe "dealer" case, fitted in the partition style housing the unique two-barrel/cylinder combination set. First barrel/cylinder measures 6 - 1/2

Lot: 2304 - (A) CASED PAIR OF JAPANESE ENGRAVED SMITH & WESSON

Lot consists of: two revolvers that feature top break, six shot, single action, blued finish. Enclosed is a copy of the Roy Jinks letter on both revolvers. Serial number 28983 was shipped from factory August 12th, 1896 delivered to Takata & Co.,

Lot: 2305 - (A) NEAR RELIC BATTLEFIELD CUSTER ERA COLT SINGLE

According to noted expert, John Kopec, he states that this serial number is only six numbers away from a 7th Cavalry Colt located at an Indian village near the Little Bighorn. It is from the prime Lot 5 group of which most of the first orders filled

Lot: 2306 - (A) INCREDIBLE CONDITION AINSWORTH INSPECTED

Wonderful early Ainsworth Colt with 7-1/2" barrel, standard front sight with script address with serifs at each end. Left side of frame has two line patent dates and a small "U.S." Fitted with one piece walnut grip with legible Ainsworth's "OWA"

Lot: 2307 - (A) EXCEPTIONAL NETTLETON INSPECTED US COLT SINGLE

Rare and exceptional Henry Nettleton inspected U.S. Colt Single Action Army Martial revolver together with Colt Factory Letter and letter from noted expert John Kopec. It is a standard .45 caliber with a 7 - 1/2" barrel with noted broken T in the PT

Lot: 2308 - (A) RARE, ENGRAVED, AND SILVER PLATED COLT MODEL

This is a rare Richards-Mason type conversion with Richards-Mason Navy type barrel, New York engraved with Class C coverage in scroll and punch dot pattern with wold head hammer. In addition, on the right side of the frame is engraved JP for previous

Lot: 2309 - (A) CUSTER ERA AINSWORTH INSPECTED US COLT CAVALRY

The serial number on this cavalry Colt falls into the range of known Custer guns. It is a standard issue Army revolver from 1874, prior to the Battle at Little Bighorn. All of the numbers are matching and you will find Ainsworth A stamp on the

Lot: 2310 - INCREDIBLE JOHN WESLEY HARDIN MEMORABILIA

John Wesley Hardin, known for his hair trigger temper, claimed to have killed 42 men when he was finally convicted of murder in Texas in 1878 and was sentenced to twenty-five years in prison. Records confirmed only 27. On one famous occasion in 1871,

Lot: 2311 - (A) CASED COLT BISLEY TARGET SINGLE ACTION

Beautiful high polish full blue finish with fire blue screws, trigger, and cylinder pin. 7-1/2 inch barrel with Hartford address, chambered in .450 Eley. Hard rubber two piece, checkered, rampant Colt grips, Flat top frame with target front and rear

Lot: 2312 - (A) HIGH CONDITION WESTERN SHIPPED ANTIQUE COLT

According to Colt Factory Archive letter this revolver was shipped in 1892 to the Colt Patent Firearms Office in San Francisco, California with five other guns in the shipment. Letter further documents the 7-1/2" barrel, .45 caliber, and full nickel

Lot: 2313 - (A) CASED, L.D. NIMSCHKE ENGRAVED, PRESENTATION

Captain Edward B.P. Kinsley fought in the Civil War with Massachusetts. He enlisted in Company B, Massachusetts 47th Infantry Regiment on September 19th, 1862. Promoted to Full Captain on December 24th, 1862. 47th Massachusetts record as follows:

Lot: 2314 - (A) US ARTILLERY COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY .45

This Artillery Colt has letters from both Colt and Kopec. The Colt letter states that it was shipped directly to Manila in the Philippines to the Commanding Officer in charge on November 26, 1901 in a shipment of 100 guns. Kopec details each numbered

Lot: 2315 - (A) CASED SMITH & WESSON MODEL 2 SINGLE ACTION

Smith & Wesson's first revolver larger than .22 caliber, the Model 2 was a favorite sidearm of many officers of the American Civil war. This very fine example has a standard 6" barrel and is chambered in .32 rimfire. Period engraved in a typical

Lot: 2316 - (C) HIGH CONDITION TEXAS SHIPPED PRE-WAR COLT

According to the factory letter, number 344914 was shipped to famed Texas dealers Wolf & Klar on February 3, 1925 in a one gun shipment. It is listed as a .44 caliber with a 7 - 1/2" barrel and standard blue finish. Grips are not listed, and it

Lot: 2317 - (A) RARE FACTORY OAK CASED NICKEL WEBLEY GREEN

The frame is stamped "W G MODEL 1893". The caliber is stamped .455/.476 on left side of frame. The gun features a 7 - 1/2" octagon barrel, six shot, double action with target sights, checkered walnut stocks, checkered trigger, and lanyard ring in

Lot: 2318 - (A) ENGRAVED WITH GOLD PLATE AND IVORY GRIPS SMITH

This spectacular revolver features nearly full coverage engraving. L.D. Nimschke was not listed as a factory employee for Smith but it is well known he did contract work for them as well as contract work for large dealers. The patterns used have his

Lot: 2319 - (A) FACTORY ENGRAVED MERWIN & HULBERT POCKET ARMY

This is a factory engraved Pocket Army, 3rd Model, with solid frame, 3-1/4" barrel, birds head grip, skull crusher butt, single action with fixed hammer. The factory engraving is very typical of Merwin & Hulbert or Hopkins & Allen with nearly

Lot: 2320 - (A) COLT 1877 LIGHTNING DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER.

Antique, 1888 vintage with 3 - 1/2" barrel and long knurled ejector rod. Two line Hartford address on barrel. Colt. D.A. 38 stamping on left side of barrel. Custom made one piece checkered walnut grips with well executed birds head profile.

Lot: 2321 - (A) SCARCE FACTORY NICKEL WEBLEY GREENE TARGET

The top of barrel is London retailer marked Joseph Lang. The side of frame is marked with caliber .450/.455 along with Webley Patents and W&S bullet logo. Frame is stamped WG Model. It is a six shot double action with nickel finish, checkered

Lot: 2322 - (A) ANTIQUE COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER

Antique Colt Single Action Army revolver, roll die "Colt Frontier Six Shooter" barrel with two piece hard rubber grips. Matching numbers on frame, triggerbow, and backstrap. Factory letter verifies configuration and shipment to A.F. Shapleigh

Lot: 2323 - (A) SCARCE HIGH CONDITION FACTORY ENGRAVED HOPKINS

Offered is a rare No. 5 spur trigger five shot revolver with full nickle finish and rosewood birds-head grips. It features nearly 3/4 coverage engraving. Usually, when a factory engraved H&A revolver is found, it is done in the punch dot and

Lot: 2324 - (A) CASED PAIR OF ANTIQUE COLT FRONTIER SIX

Both of these guns features a 4 - 3/4" barrel and are in caliber .44-40. One is full nickel finish with matching factory letter stating it was shipped on February 5th, 1896 in a shipment of one gun to Simmons Hardware Co. of St. Louis as a nickel

Lot: 2325 - (C) UNFIRED MERWIN & HULBERT OPEN TOP .44 M&H

This is one of the best condition M&H open top revolvers extant. The cylinder shows no signs of having ever been fired. This spectacular gun has all of the early features to include red gutta percha square butt grips, scoop flutes, solid hammer,

Lot: 2326 - (C) MAGNIFICENT EXHIBITION GRADE COLT OFFICERS

Blue finish, Mother of Pearl grips. Produced in 1909, this magnificent revolver is engraved in scroll and fine dot pattern on the barrel, frame, cylinder, trigger, hammer and butt, with special engraving of an American shield on top strap and a "CHW"

Lot: 2327 - (C) THE LAST COLT BISLEY SHERIFF'S MODEL SINGLE

The following information comes from the "Book of Colt Firearms" by R.L. Wilson, page 266 caption E, "Originally shipped as a .38-40 with 4 - 3/4" barrel. Returned to the factory in the mid-1920's and rebuilt by the Colt's Custom Gun Department.

Lot: 2328 - (C) PRESENTATION & FACTORY ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE

This is one of three nearly identical and historically connected factory engraved Colt Single Action Army revolvers. The right side of the barrel has the factory presentation "Presented to Fred Fornoff by the citizens of Las Vegas NM April 1911". The

Lot: 2329 - (A) STUNNING WILBUR GLAHN ENGRAVED .41 CALIBER

This very unique and near mint black powder revolver, according to Colt archives was originally shipped in 1899 as full nickel, 4-3/4", .41 caliber, with hard rubber grips. As evident of the Factory Rework Marking (ampersand) located on the rear bow

Lot: 2330 - (M) CASED PAIR OF CLASS D ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE

This lot includes Single Action Army S34124A with 4-3/4" barrel, .45 caliber with carved ivory grips that feature cattle on left side and buffalo on right, both carvings are very dramatic and well detailed, and an unusual feature of this gun is that

Lot: 2331 - (C) ENGRAVED ABERCROMBIE AND FITCH LEATHER CASED

This revolver was made in 1904, the first year the Officers Model was offered. It appears to have class C factory engraving, master class scroll and punch dot style. The grips are deluxe diamond checkered walnut. Finish is high polish blue with fire

Lot: 2332 - (C) SMITH & WESSON REGISTERED MAGNUM DOUBLE ACTION

Rare 7 inch barrel chambered in .357 Magnum caliber. Registration number 4905 marked on inside of frame. Full blue finish with casehardened hammer and trigger. Two piece walnut checkered "diamond" grips, not numbered to gun. All correct markings.

Lot: 2333 - (C) RARE INSCRIBED WEBLEY FOSBERY AUTOMATIC

The Webley-Fosbery automatic revolver was made from 1901 until 1924, with the earlier examples only being offered in .455. Recoil operated. The entire top of the gun moves to the rear of the frame and advances the cylinder while cocking the hammer.

Lot: 2334 - (C) VERY RARE CASED AND FACTORY ENGRAVED COLT

All blue finish with 4" barrel. Integral half moon front sight and two line address with model and caliber marking on the left side. Mounted with beautiful Colt silver medallion two piece smooth pearl grips inscribed on the left side “EAF”.

Lot: 2335 - (C) SUPERLATIVE HIGH CONDITION FACTORY ENGRAVED

1927 vintage Colt revolver engraved by factory Master Engraver Wilbur A. Glahn. Execution of the engraving is masterful and flawless with deeply cut scroll and Glahn trademark floral motifs. A near identical example is shown on page 580, Volume II,

Lot: 2336 - (C) EXQUISITE DOCUMENTED FACTORY ENGRAVED COLT

Nickel finish, full front sight, and two line address with caliber marking on left side. Left side of frame has two line three patent dates and rampant Colt. Mounted with fine two piece pearl grips with a large relief carved Mexican eagle on left

Lot: 2337 - (M) ASPREY LONDON CASED GOLD DAMASCENE PAIR OF S&W

This pair of Smiths is attributed to Prince Jeffery, having been sent to Asprey of London where they were profusely decorated in gold inlay with nearly full coverage and "Asprey-London" in gold on left side of frame. Additional decoration includes

Lot: 2338 - (C) DOCUMENTED WELLS FARGO COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY

Factory letter states this revolver was shipped on February 4th, 1909 in a shipment of 12 guns as a 5-1/2" blue .45 Colt factory engraved "W.F. & Co" and shipped to Wells Fargo & Company, New York, New York, care of W.M. Ashton. With the

Lot: 2339 - (C) CASED AND MASTER ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION

This Colt was originally built in 1929. Standard features include a 7 - 1/2 barrel, .44 caliber with two cylinders, blue and case color with carved steer head gold medallion ivory grips. Barrel is stamped Colt Single Action Army .44 Special and extra

Lot: 2340 - (A) BEN LANE CUSTOM ENGRAVED ANTIQUE COLT SINGLE

Ben Lane of Colorado is a master Colt engraver that has done many noted firearms and the quality of his work is world renowned. On this custom Colt, he started with a frame made in 1882 in which he fitted a new etched panel barrel in which he

Lot: 2341 - (C) CASED ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY

1902 vintage revolver with 4 - 3/4" barrel chambered in .41 Colt caliber. Two line Hartford barrel address. Replacement imitation ivory two piece grips with gold Colt medallions. Custom engraving with full nickel plating. Name of engraver and date of

Lot: 2342 - (C) SILVER PLATED AND ENGRAVED COLT SINGLE ACTION

Near full coverage non-factory contemporary engraved. engraver unknown. Full silver plating with exception of nickel plated screws and hammer. Two-line Hartford address on barrel. Non-factory (Ajax) two piece imitation ivory grips with Colt

Lot: 2343 - (C) UNFIRED MERWIN & HULBERT THIRD MODEL .44 M&H

This is one of the best condition M&H closed top revolvers extant. The cylinder shows no signs of having ever been fired. This spectacular gun has all of the Third Model features to include black gutta percha square butt grips, full flutes, solid

Lot: 2344 - (M) CASED & ENGRAVED TGCA COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY

The gun is a standard Colt Single Action Army with blue and case color finish and two piece ivory grips that are carved with longhorn and star on right panel. It has Class B engraving in scroll pattern with gold border lines on cylinder and barrel.

Lot: 2345 - (C )HIGH CONDITION COLT Model 1909 US NAVY NEW

In 1909, the United States ordered the large New Service revolver for the United States Army, Navy and Marine Cop. All were chambered for the .45 Colt round and featured blue finish, six shot, double action with 5 - 1/2" barrels, walnut grips, and

Lot: 2346 - (C) BOXED NEAR NEW COLT BANKERS SPECIAL DOUBLE

According to the factory, this Bankers Special was shipped to Beck & Gregg Co. in Atlanta on 6-25-1934 as a standard .38 caliber blue finish with a 2" barrel. It is a square butt and now sports the most incredible pair of silver medallion pearl

Lot: 2347 - (C) COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER - LONG FLUTE

Rare Colt Single Action Army revolver with long flute cylinder. Beginning in 1913 Colt decided to incorporate left over Model 1878 cylinders into the production of their Single Action revolvers. Those cylinders have a longer flute than standard

Lot: 2348 - (C) FINE BRITISH ENFIELD MK VI 1925 WEBLEY

Webley Mk. VI .455 revolver made by Enfield in 1925 and so marked. All matching numbers. "M" marked on the bottom of the grips. Cylinder is uncut. CONDITION: Retains 95% arsenal applied matte style finish. All markings are clear. Hard rubber grips

Lot: 2349 - (C) Smith & Wesson K-22 Masterpiece Target Double

Built on the K five screw target frame, pinned and recessed, with blued finish, case colored hammer and trigger, target adjustable rear sight, six shot, fluted cylinder. Matching numbers on right grip, cylinder, frame, and barrel. Diamond checkered

Lot: 2350 - (C) VERY FINE COMPLETE ORIGINAL BSA NO.4 MK I (T)

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: 2351 - (C) INCREDIBLE NEW ENGLAND WESTINGHOUSE MOSIN

Standard model 1891 Mosin Nagant with hexagonal receiver. Dated 1915. Made by New England Westinghouse under contract for Russia. Has both US and Russian inspectors markings. All matching numbers. This rifle is featured on page 57 of Luke Mercaldo's

Lot: 2352 - (C) SCARCE BCD 43 CODE WORLD WAR II GERMAN 98K

Standard configuration with the exception of a period but slightly later production replacement stock made without a bolt take down disc, and simply a hole through the bottom of the stock and buttplate. "bcd / 43" marked on the receiver ring. "byf"

Lot: 2353 - (C) SCARCE AR 43 CODE 98K WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN

This is one of the harder to find manufacturers codes, made by Mauser-Borgiswalde in 1943. Clearly marked "ar / 43" on the receiver. Matching numbers, including the inside channel of the laminated stock. CONDITION: Retains 70% finish overall with

Lot: 2354 - (C) LOT OF TWO BRITISH ENFIELD BOLT ACTION RIFLES:

Lot consists of (A) An Enfield ShtLE III .22 PATTN '14 No 2. Dated 1909. This gun was originally made as a standard .303 that was converted by A.G. Parker & Co. Ltd. of Birmingham. Proper hollow magazine. Canvas sling. Original volley sights.

Lot: 2355 - (C) ROCK-OLA M-1 CARBINE.

Made between November 1943 and March 1944 by Rock-Ola Music Company. Barrel marked "Rock-Ola" and stamped with "RP". Sights marked with "RP" and correct rear flip sight marked "RR". Action has correct marked Rock-Ola trigger group and internals.

Lot: 2356 - (C) IBM CORP M-1 CARBINE WITH "AO" MARKED

Manufactured by I.B.M. Corporation between August 1943 and May 1944. Gun has barrel marked "I.B.M. Corp." with no date. Receiver has "AO" for "Auto-Ordnance" and was sub-contracted for I.B.M. with less than 50,000 made. Correct marked internals

Lot: 2357 - (C) SCARCE ALL MATCHING WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN

Standard production Walther G.41 (W) configuration. All markings are clear. All visible numbers are matching. Stock cartouches are good on the left side of stock. Bakelite hand guard is numbered on the left side at the rear. Eagle/359 inspected.

Lot: 2358 - (M) SANTA FE DIVISON OF GOLDEN STATE ARMS CO. HK

This is one of the very rare rifles imported in July of 1962 for the Santa Fe division of Golden State Arms. Marked on left side of magazine well "G3 HK 2171 // 7/62". Left side of trigger pack with "MADE IN GERMANY FOR / (Santa Fe in stylized Logo)

Lot: 2359 - (C) RARE FIRST YEAR ALL ORIGINAL INLAND M1 CARBINE

This gun has been completely stripped and each part examined to determine originality. It features push safety, rare serrated magazine release, marked dog-head H marked hammer, Inland marked flat bolt, High wood with I cut, Inland marked stock,

Lot: 2360 - (C) WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN WALTHER K.43 AC CODE

Standard early K.43 configuration. Wood handguard. Bolt does not have a hold open catch. Eagle/359 inspected. Matching numbers. Reproduction scope mount with original scope. Original leather sling. "aye" marked magazine. CONDITION: Retains 90% finish

Lot: 2361 - (C) WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN K.43 QVE 45 BY BERLIN

Standard configuration late war K.43 semi-automatic rifle by Berlin Lubecker with a "qve 45" code. Eagle/214 inspected. Matching numbers on bolt, stock, receiver cover. The receiver number does not match. Original brown leather sling. Equipped with

Lot: 2362 - (C) WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN K.43 AC 44 RIFLE BY

Standard K.43 configuration. Wood handguard. Has a panel on the left side of the receiver which reads "K.43" & "ac/ 44". Eagle/ 359 inspected. The bolt appears to have been renumbered at some point. Has a reproduction scope mount. The ZF 4 scope

Lot: 2363 - (C) INLAND M1 CARBINE.

Manufactured by Inland Division of General Motors between November 1942 and March 1943. Barrel marked Inland MFG. DIV. General Motors and dated 12-42. Non-import gun. "IS" marked front sight with rear flip sight with "S" marking. Correct Inland

Lot: 2364 - (C) NATIONAL POSTAL METER M-1 CARBINE.

Manufactured by National Postal Meter between February 1943 to September 1943. Barrel marked Underwood with flaming bomb and dated 3-43. Non-import gun. "N" marked front sight and "S" marked rear flip sight. Correct internal parts with proper

Lot: 2365 - (C) QUALITY HARDWARE M-1 CARBINE.

Manufactured by Quality Hardware & Manufacturing Co. between June 1943 and October 1944. Rock-Ola marked barrel with "RP" proof mark and no date. Non-import gun. "JQ" marked front sight with "GE-Q" marked rear flip sight. Correct internal parts

Lot: 2366 - (C) SAGINAW MODEL 1944 M1 CARBINE SEMI-AUTOMATIC

This fine carbine features Saginsaw SG General Motors stamped barrel with no date. Front sight is stamped N and Type 1 rear sight is stamped S. Barrel band is stamped UF. The housing, hammer and trigger are all stamped SG. The op-rod is stamped R.

Lot: 2367 - (C) SAGINAW MODEL 1943 M1 CARBINE SEMI-AUTOMATIC.

Clean mid-war made in July of 1943. Features frame stamped Saginaw SG, Barrel stamped Underwood 7-43 with Ordnance bomb and P, so stamp on hammer or trigger, housing stamped O, blued flat bolt stamped SG, op-rod stamped SG, magazine stamped BW, hand

Lot: 2368 - (C) SAGINAW GEAR M1 CARBINE.

Manufactured by Saginaw Gear division of General Motors Corporation between May 1943 and March 1944. Barrel marked "Saginaw SG DIV General Motors" and stamped with a "P" and no date. Non-import gun. Trigger group is unmarked with correct internal

Lot: 2369 - (C) STANDARD PRODUCTS M-1 CARBINE.

Manufactured between April 1943 and May 1944 by Standard Products. Barrel marked Underwood and dated 1-44. Unmarked front sight with correct rear flip sight marked with an "S". Correct internals with late fabricated trigger group marked "S-T".

Lot: 2370 - (C) STANDARD PRODUCTS MODEL OF 1943 M1 CARBINE

This gun has been completely disassembled and each part examined as follows; high wood with oval transition sling cut that is stamped S-HM with ordnance wheel, barrel stamped Inland and dated 12-43, hand guard is a 2 rivet stamped S-HB, flat bolt

Lot: 2371 - (C) UNDERWOOD M-1 CARBINE.

Underwood marked receiver made between November 1942 and July 1943. Barrel marked Underwood with flaming bomb and 6-44 date. Unmarked front sight with correct rear flip sight marked with a "S". Correct push button safety and clip release. Correct

Lot: 2372 - (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. Unmarked front sight with "S" marked rear flip sight. Correct internal parts with proper Winchester

Lot: 2373 - (C) WINCHESTER M-1 CARBINE.

Manufactured between October 1942 and December 1943 by Winchester Repeating Arms. Winchester proof mark barrel with unmarked front sight and correct "S" marked rear flip sight. Correct internal parts with proper Winchester markings. "SW" marked push

Lot: 2374 - (C) WINCHESTER M-1 CARBINE.

Manufactured by Winchester Repeating Arms between October 1942 and December 1943. Barrel marked with "W" and Winchester proof. Non-import gun. Correct contractor marked internal parts including a semi-circle marked trigger group with early serrated

Lot: 2375 - (C) QUALITY HARDWARE M-1 CARBINE.

Manufactured by Quality Hardware & Manufacturing Co. between June 1943 and October 1943. Barrel marked "Rock-Ola" and stamped twice with a "P". Non-import gun. Unmarked front sight with "GE-Q" marked rear flip sight. Correct contract marked

Lot: 2376 - (C) SPRINGFIELD ARMORY M1 GARAND M1C SNIPER

The frame on this rifle dates it to October of 1944 - November of 1945. The barrel is dated 1952. The cartouche on left side of stock is SA NFR for General Ramsey (10-44/11-45) and rear sight is the later model. This is a Korea or post Korea rebuild

Lot: 2377 - (C) SPRINGFIELD ARMORY M1 GARAND M1D SNIPER

The frame on this rifle dates it to December of 1944 - March of 1945. The barrel is dated 1952. The cartouche on left side of stock is the 1/2" DOD and rear sight is later model. This is a Korea or post Korea rebuild that features the M1-D type scope

Lot: 2378 - (A) DELUXE ENGRAVED MARLIN MODEL 1893 TAKEDOWN

Early rifle built in 1896, serial number 139497. Half octagon, half round barrel with 2/3 length magazine tube. Barrel marked "Marlin Fire-Arms Co. New Haven, CT. U.S.A." with patent dates. Case hardened takedown frame. Factory engraved in the No. 3

Lot: 2379 - (A) HIGH CONDITION DELUXE MARLIN MODEL 1881 LEVER

Standard features include a 28" full octagon barrel, full magazine, Rocky Mountain front sight, buckhorn rear sight. Marlin's first lever action rifle, chambered for the .45-70 government cartridge and made from 1881-92. Factory letter confirms

Lot: 2380 - (A) CIVIL WAR MARTIALLY MARKED NEW HAVEN ARMS

Manufactured 1863. One of the most iconic of all US Martial arms, the New Haven Arms Model 1860 Henry rifle proved itself to be invaluable on the battlefield of War Between the States, and later were used extensively in the period of Westward

Lot: 2381 - (A) NEW HAVEN ARMS CO. HENRY MODEL 1860 LEVER

First model Henry Rifle serial number 2075 manufactured in 1863. 24" octagon barrel with integral magazine tube, marked two line "HENRY'S PATENT, OCT.16,1860./MANUFACTURED BY THE NEW HAVEN ARMS. CO. NEW HAVEN. CT." Serial number 2075 at breech. Brass

Lot: 2382 - (A) FABULOUS DOCUMENTED WINCHESTER .50-110 EXPRESS

Manufactured December 12th, 1893. Caliber .50-110 Express. 26" round barrel and full magazine. Rocky Mountain front sight. V notch sporting rear sight with serrated sides and retaining screw. Case colored receiver, lever, hammer, buttplate and nose

Lot: 2383 - (A) DELUXE WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 LEVER-ACTION

Serial number 79212, manufactured in 1893. Rare 30-inch full octagon barrel matted full length on top flat. Caliber marking .45-90 located on second barrel flat at the breech. Lyman adjustable wind gauge front sight, no provision for rear barrel

Lot: 2384 - (A) BULLARD MODEL 1886 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Designed by James Herbert Bullard in early 1879 with his patent being awarded on August 16, 1881. The company started in 1882 located in Springfield, Mass, as the J.H. Bullard & Co. later that year the name was changed to Bullard Repeating Arms

Lot: 2385 - (A) DOCUMENTED RARE SPECIAL ORDER WINCHESTER FIRST

Manufactured 1877. 1st Model 1873 Winchester with recessed thumbprint dust cover. Special order options are 3X deluxe checkered walnut stocks, single set trigger factory sling swivels and rare 28" octagon barrel. Traditional two line Winchester

Lot: 2386 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1876 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Standard third model with 26" full round barrel and full length magazine tube. Chambered in .45-60 caliber. Beach combination globe, fold down front sight and adjustable leaf rear sight. Crescent rifle style buttplate. CONDITION: Very good overall.

Lot: 2387 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1876 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Late Second Model 1876 rifle, serial number 19489, manufactured in 1881. Full octagon, 28" barrel, with a full length magazine tube. Beech combination front and elevator rear sights. Standard plain walnut stock and forearm. Crescent, rifle style

Lot: 2388 - (A) FIRST MODEL WINCHESTER 1873 RIFLE.

Serial number 18063, manufactured in 1876. Full round 24" barrel. Full length magazine tube. Thumbprint dust cover. Rifle style crescent butt with trap door and cleaning rod in butt (one section of rod missing). Blue with case hardened lever and

Lot: 2389 - (C) DELUXE WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 LEVER ACTION

Lightweight rifle with rapid tapered round barrel marked "nickel steel". Half length takedown magazine tube. Serial number 135825, manufactured in 1905. Takedown frame. Deluxe pistol grip stock, and forearm with 'H' pattern checkering. Shotgun style

Lot: 2390 - (A) WINCHESTER 1873 .44-40 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Serial number 102029A, manufactured in 1882. Full octagon 24" barrel and full length magazine tube. Combination fold down front sight, standard rear barrel sight. Chambered in .44-40 caliber. Plain straight grip walnut stock and forearm. Rifle style

Lot: 2391 - (A) ANTIQUE WINCHESTER 1886 DELUXE LEVER ACTION

Case color deluxe Winchester model 1886 with 26" half round half octagon barrel with button magazine and checkered deluxe pistol grip stock with crescent butt. Fitted with bead front sight and Lyman folding tang sight as well as ladder adjustable

Lot: 2392 - (A) WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

Standard Third Model, serial number 256959B, manufactured in 1888. 24" full round barrel with full length magazine tube. Chambered in .38-40 caliber Standard Winchester markings on barrel. Beech combination front, standard rear, and Lyman tang

Lot: 2393 - (A) SPECIAL ORDER CASE COLOR WINCHESTER MODEL 1873

According to the factory letter, this gun was shipped on May 7, 1883 as follows .38 rifle, octagon barrel, plain trigger, Peep rear and Beach front sight, rifle butt, casehardened, sling and swivels. All of these features remain on this rifle. In

Lot: 2394 - (A) 1ST MODEL WINCHESTER 1873 RIFLE.

Early, second year of production (1874) 1st Model 1873 rifle. Full round barrel, full length magazine tube, crescent style butt, raised thumbprint dust cover, long range tang sight, and set trigger. CONDITION: Receiver, lever, and buttplate have no

Lot: 2395 - (A) FINE CONDITION WINCHESTER MODEL 1873 .22 SHORT

Standard features include full octagon barrel, full magazine, German nickel front sight, semi-buckhorn rear sight, blued finish, case colored hammer and lever, walnut stocks, and case colored buttplate. CONDITION: This fine 1873 rifle has been

Lot: 2396 - (A) AN INCREDIBLE PIECE OF TEXAS HISTORY, GENERAL

Brigadier - General of the Texan Army, Thomas Jefferson Green, born in North Carolina in 1801, moved to Texas in 1836. Santa Anna was in Green's custody in the 1830's. In 1843 the situation was reversed when Green was a member of an invasion of

Lot: 2397 - (A) UNUSUAL UNMARKED CIRCA 1840'S HAMMERLESS

This rare, possibly unique, revolving rifle is only marked with a patriotic motif on top of frame with some light engraving on sides. It features a 29 - 1/2" heavy full octagon barrel, 7-shot percussion revolving cylinder, 40 bore, checkered straight

Lot: 2398 - (A) A SCARCE ROBERTS SYSTEM DOUBLE BARRELED 24

The slender 29 - 1/4" barrels with brown damascus finish and signed in gold "Fusil Robert Bte A Paris" with silver inlaid border. The action, finely engraved with sprays of foliage and elaborate Roberts gold medal exposition 1834 for which Roberts

Lot: 2399 - (A) TRIPLETT & SCOTT CIVIL WAR REPEATING CARBINE.

Manufactured 1864 to 1865; 3,000 of which had 30" barrels. Manufactured by Meriden Manufacturing Co., Connecticut. The majority were issued to the state of Kentucky Home Guard to protect Sherman's supply lines. The inventor of this rifle was Charles

Lot: 2400 - (A) ANTIQUE BOSS & CO SIDELOCK EJECTOR GAME GUN

(ca 1895) 30" Dovetailed steel barrels are engraved "Boss & Co 73 St. James's Street, London." on narrow, swamped game rib. Barrel flats are stamped with London black powder proofs and 2001 London nitro re-proofs for 2 - 3/4" chambers. Serial

Lot: 2401 - (A) W. & C. SCOTT PREMIER GRADE SIDELOCK TEN BORE

(1887) The W. and C. Scott Premier was the highest grade normally offered. This example has 32 - 1/4" fine Damascus barrels engraved "W. & C. Scott & Son. Patent Triplex Lever Grip The Premier Quality (Castle logo) 10. Gt Castle Street Regent

Lot: 2402 - (A) TRULY SUPERB QUALITY, BEAUTIFULLY RELIEF GOLD

(ca 1850) This exceptional example of the gunmakers art has 31 - 1/8" intricately patterned Damascus barrels with slightly raised broad game rib, gold inlaid with makers names and the addresses "Varsovie" (Warsaw) and "Faubourg de Eracovie" (suburb

Lot: 2403 - (C) AS FOUND, 20 GAUGE WESTLEY RICHARDS DELUXE

(1910) 28" dovetailed barrels with slightly raised game rib are engraved "Westley Richards & Co" and "London" on tops. There are 1" triangles of nicely cut open shaded scroll at breech ends. Barrel flats are stamped with Birmingham nitro proofs

Lot: 2404 - (A) A. VALENCE PINFIRE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN.

Rare, beautiful and vintage 16 bore French browned Damascus 29-1/4" side by side barrels. Matted concave rib reads "Grand Prix Exp on Univ lle 1889" (Grand Prize of World's Fair 1889) in gold. Peninsula engraved pinfire hammer locks engraved with

Lot: 2405 - (A) W.C. SCOTT & SON SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN WITH

Vintage (Ca. 1881) 10 bore double hammergun by W.C. Scott with 30 - 1/8" brown Damascus barrels. Barrels are dovetail with a game concave rib and a steel front bead. Rib reads "W.&C. Scott & Son. Makers & Patentees. London.". Action has a

Lot: 2406 - (A) JOSEPH MANTON SIDE BY SIDE GAME SHOTGUN MOST

The revered Joseph Manton along with a number of others, including James Purdey, were searching for an easy way to use a fulminating mixture to ignite the powder charge of a gun or rifle during the transition time of mid 1810-1820. Manton tried a

Lot: 2407 - (A) EARLY HOLLAND & HOLLAND "ROYAL" EJECTOR GAME

(ca 1888) The "Royal" trademark was applied for in 1885. This gun is marked "The Royal" on action, and also has 98 New Bond Street address on its 28 - 3/16" dovetailed Damascus barrels. Barrel flats are stamped with London nitro proofs for 2 - 1/2"

Lot: 2408 - (A) HOLLAND & HOLLAND 10 BORE HAMMER NITRO PARADOX

(ca 1895) With its deeply rifled choke, the Paradox was so named because of its unusual ability to shoot both ball and shot efficiently. Large bore Paradox guns, like this example, were found to be quite effective on dangerous game. This gun is built

Lot: 2409 - (A) ROBUST FOUR BORE PERCUSSION WATERFOWLING

(.880 Bore diameter) Octagon to sixteen sided to round twist barrel with under rib, tapers rapidly to a fairly thin muzzle, breech section measures 1.6" across flats as designed for heavy powder charge. Rear portion of scroll engraved top flat is

Lot: 2410 - (C) MERKEL 201E O/U 28 BORE SHOTGUN DONATED BY NAN

A nice rounded boxlock (Blitz) Gebruder Merkel special order built in 1967 with 28-3/8" Demi block barrels. Barrels are nicely fitted with a three piece forend, top ventilated matte rib, single front bead with ejectors, standard markings and German

Lot: 2411 - (M) PERAZZI MX-8 OVER/UNDER 12 BORE SHOTGUN

A circa 1975 29 - 1/2" barreled boxlock Perazzi with flat ventilated top rib, three quarter ventilated mid rib with white front sight. Chokes are Full and Improved Modified. Coin finish action with scroll, floral bouquets and gold inlay of flying

Lot: 2412 - (M) BROWNING CUSTOM OVER-UNDER SHOTGUN.

A custom made Belgium Browning circa 1964. The 28 gauge Field Model has a unique style with a two toned receiver. Shiny black scroll and coin finished game scenes of pointing dogs and quail with full coverage supporting scroll Engraved by Boucher.

Lot: 2413 - (M) SUPERB PURDEY PATTERN LONG BARRELLED .410 OVER

(2007) Chris Batha obtained the rights to the Charles Boswell name in 2004, and makes bespoke best quality guns under this name, with prices starting at $85,000.00. This beautifully filed, fitted, and finished creation of functional art by many

Lot: 2414 - (M) INCREDIBLY FINE DESENZANI OVER-UNDER SIDELOCK

27-1/2" demi-bloc barrels are fitted with flat, matted, ventilated rib with small lunate extension. Left side of top barrel is engraved "DESENZANI & C. BRESCIA". Barrel flats are stamped with 1989 Italian nitro proofs, serial number, Desenzani

Lot: 2415 - (M) FAMARS EXCALIBUR BL OVER/UNDER GAME GUN

26" Mono-bloc barrels with low, matted, ventilated rib, fitted with interchangeable choke tubes, are engraved "Famars - ITALY -" on left side of top barrel. Top right of mono-bloc is gold inlaid "HUGO DU - BOIS DES PERCHES" and "CAMP. INT.DE LAVORO".

Lot: 2416 - (M) NEAR NEW KRIEGHOFF K80 SPORTING OVER/UNDER

Made in Germany and retailed in Ottsville, Pennsylvania, the K-80 needs no introduction for its durability and beauty. This particular gun with low profile ventilated matted rib and steel mid and white front bead. Barrels are made of mono-bloc

Lot: 2417 - (M) BERETTA MODEL DT 10L SPORTING OVER/UNDER

A nice 32" Beretta with detachable trigger (DT) unit built in 2005. Barrels have ventilated ribs with the top rib being matted cross cut, having a steel mid bead and white front sight bead. Action is has a cross bolt fastener, single inertia trigger,

Lot: 2418 - (M) PERAZZI MX8 OVER-UNDER 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN.

A customized 2004 Perazzi with mono-block barrels with ventilated ribs; matted flat top rib is fitted with a mid bead, florescent red foresight, and Briley chokes; single selective inertia trigger. Stock is a well figured high gloss walnut with Monte

Lot: 2419 - (M) 28 GAUGE ABBIATICO & SALVINELLI OVER-UNDER

A nice little Italian made 28 gauge Jorema over-under shotgun by Abbiatico & Salvinelli. This sidelock ejector shotgun built in 1978 has 26 - 3/4" demi block barrels with ventilated matted top rib and front brass bead. The top barrel is stamped

Lot: 2420 - (M) BLASER "F3" LEFT HANDED OVER-UNDER SHOTGUN

Set up for the serious target shooter, the Blaser F3 needs no introduction for competition shooting. This particular gun with two sets of barrels, both with raised matted target ribs. Large checkered forearm, with push button release, is checkered on

Lot: 2421 - (M) BELGIAN BROWNING B-25 "DIANA" C GRADE

Reintroduced in 1985, the B-25 continued the tradition and grades of the "old" superposed. This gun in field configuration has 30" barrels with extra wide "Broadway" ventilated rib. Browning information with Utah and Quebec addresses along with

Lot: 2422 - (C) EARLY F. PIOTTI OVER UNDER SHOTGUN WITH CASE.

(1968) This fine gun by this highly regarded Italian maker is virtually identical to the Merkel 403 E and was undoubtedly sourced from them. It has 27 - 1/2" demi bloc barrels with low matted, ventilated rib. Top barrel is engraved on left side "F

Lot: 2423 - (M) BROWNING SUPERPOSED 12 GAUGE MIDAS GRADE

Very nice circa 1970 Midas Grade with 30" barrels choked full and improved modified, ventilated cross hatched game rib fitted with two white beads. Browning name and Missouri and Montreal addresses are on left side over “MADE IN BELGIUM”,

Lot: 2424 - (M) CASED CEESAR GUERINI "MAXUM" GRADE OVER-UNDER

Made with low profile ventilated matted rib with brass mid and white front beads. Choke tubes installed. Forearm with Schnabel tip and push button release. Coin finished action is full coverage engraved in standard Maxum grade pattern with floral

Lot: 2425 - (M) KRIEGHOFF K-80 OVER UNDER 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN

A sporting K-80 two barrel set, stepped ventilated ribs. Barrels with steel mid and white front bead. (A) Over/under barrel is fixed choked and has light scroll engraving near breech. (B) Second barrel is a single trap barrel designated with an

Lot: 2426 - (M) KRIEGHOFF K-80 OVER UNDER 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN

Manufactured in 2008. Fitted with split collar banded barrels a stepped vent rib, steel mid bead, white front sight bead and multi choked. The brushed grey patina finished frame features acanthus style engraving with standard model and maker markings

Lot: 2427 - (M) RIZZINI OVER/UNDER 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN.

A nice 12 gauge over and under sporting clays shotgun. Barrels are mono-bloc and measure 29 - 1/2" not including the extra pair of extended choke tubes (Light Mod. and Improved Cyl.) made by Sigarm. Wide filed ventilated rib with mid-bead and

Lot: 2428 - (M) BROWNING SUPERPOSED 12 GAUGE OVER UNDER

A nice Belgium made 12 gauge circa 1962 shotgun with 28" barrels. Barrels have cross cut matte vent rib with mid and front white bead sights. Chokes are Full and Modified. Blacked receiver with traditional floral scroll engraving, blacked furniture,

Lot: 2429 - (M) BROWNING SUPERPOSED GRADE V OVER UNDER SHOTGUN

Very nicely engraved 12 gauge made in 1970. This classic gun has been uniquely built with 26 - 3/8" barrels, where top barrel reads "BROWNING ARMS COMPANY ST. LOUIS Mo. & MONTREAL P. Q. MADE IN BELGIUM" SPECIAL STEEL - 12 GA. - SHELLS 2 3/4"

Lot: 2430 - (M) BLASER F3 OVER/UNDER 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN WITH

Grey satin finished action marked "F3" in gold with well figured walnut stock. Barrels are matte black with a single highly visible orange front foresight bead on a matted vent rib. The barrels are chambered with extended Blaser choke tubes. The

Lot: 2431 - (M) BROWNING PIGEON GRADE SUPERPOSED SUPER LIGHT

Very nice Belgium Browning 20 gauge shotgun circa 1971. Barrels have fixed chokes with a narrow ventilated cross cut top rib and round steel front foresight bead. Barrels are stamped with stars for chokes: Over - Full, Under - Modified, and measure

Lot: 2432 - (C) BERETTA MODEL S2 OVER UNDER 12 BORE SHOTGUN

Circa 1965. The S2 was the entry level of the SO line. Believed to only be manufactured in 12 bore and typically with shorter barrels; for instance this gun has 26". Top left barrel reads "Boehler * Antinit Steel" "P.BERETTA-GARDONE VT. MADE IN

Lot: 2433 - (C) 20 GAUGE PARKER "DHE" SHOTGUN TWO BARREL SET

(1918) 0 Frame. Two sets of Titanic steel barrels, one 26" and the other 28" long, both with usual Parker marked matted ribs. Barrel flats have all correct factory markings and Remington repair code "RZZ3" (December 1953). Splinters are of reinforced

Lot: 2434 - (M) ARMI FAMARS SIDELOCK SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN WITH

A sweet little 28 bore with 26" chopper lump barrels circa 1975. Barrels have ejectors, concave game rib with front steel bead sight. Left barrel reads "Armi Famars". Rib has gold number "1" at breech. Bottom of barrels have Italian proof marks,

Lot: 2435 - (M) CASED ABBIATICO & SALVINELLI SIDE BY SIDE SLE

A fine little sidelock ejector Venere Model 28 bore rose and scroll engraved Abbiatico & Salvinelli circa mid 1970's. Barrels are 26 -3/4" chopper lump with a game concave rib and front bead sight. Barrels read Abbiatico & Salvinelli. Gun

Lot: 2436 - (M) PAIR OF PIOTTI "KING 1" SIDELOCK EJECTOR

(1990) 28" chopper lump barrels with swamped game ribs are engraved "Made For J. Rigby & C London." and "By Fratelli Piotti Gardone V.T. Italy" on tops. Rear portions of ribs, top levers, and forend tips, are gold inlaid "1" or "2" denoting a

Lot: 2437 - (C) CASED PAIR OF J. PURDEY AND SONS BEST SIDE BY

A very nice pair of 12 bore lightweight ejector game guns circa 1933. Both guns have 28 inch chopper lump barrels with smooth concave game ribs. The (A) number 1 gun has a gold "1" near breech and the (B) number 2 has a "2" in gold near breech. Ribs

Lot: 2438 - (M) 20 GAUGE AND 28 GAUGE BRACE OF RIZZINI "R1"

(1992) This closely matched brace of guns in different gauges have 28" chopper lump barrels engraved "ARMI F.lle RIZZINI MAGNO V.T." on narrow game ribs. Barrel flats are stamped with 1992 Italian nitro proofs for 3" chambers for 20 gauge, and 2 -

Lot: 2439 - (C) SUPERB LONG BARRELED HEAVY PROOF "GOLDEN AGE"

(1930) 30" chopper lump barrels are engraved "Boss & Co. 13, Dover Street, Piccadilly, London. W" and "Made in England" on narrow, slightly swamped game rib. Barrel flats are stamped with London nitro proofs for 1 oz shot and 2 - 3/4" chambers.

Lot: 2440 - (C) "GOLDEN AGE" 20 BORE BOSS SIDELOCK EJECTOR

(1930) 26" Chopper lump barrels are engraved "Boss & Co. 13, Dover Street, Piccadilly, London. W" and "Made in England" on narrow, slightly swamped game rib. Barrel flats are stamped with London nitro proofs for 7/8 oz shot and 2 - 1/2" chambers.

Lot: 2441 - (M) FINE MATCHED PAIR OF CLASSICALLY STYLED

(1981) 28" chopper lump barrels with swamped game ribs, are engraved with Hollands 13 Bruton Street address on top. The "Royal" is on ribs. Guns are built and marked as a pair with "1" or "2" inlaid in gold on rear portions of ribs, top levers, and

Lot: 2442 - (C) RARE AND DESIRABLE .410 J. PURDEY & SONS

(1950) Very few of these delightful little guns have been made. Purdey records indicate that six were made before World War II, and 18 after the War, until 1982. Most had 26" barrels. This gun has 28" chopper lump barrels with unusual slightly raised

Lot: 2443 - (C) JAMES PURDEY AND SON SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN WITH

A fine, made in 1930, "Golden Era" 12 bore sidelock ejector game gun with 28" chopper lump barrels which is choked improved cylinder on right and full on left. Rib is filed, tapered, and flat top with a round steel bead at muzzle. Right barrel reads

Lot: 2444 - (C) VERY RARE (28 MADE) L. C. SMITH "PREMIER"

(1925) The "Premier" grade was the top of the standard L. C. Smith line between 1913 and 1941. It was priced $150.00 higher than its Parker competitor, the A1 - Special ($410.00 in 1913), at $562.00. This gun was shipped December 14, 1925 with all

Lot: 2445 - (M) 20 GAUGE CSMC MODEL 21 SHOTGUN WITH PROFUSE

28" barrels with raised matted ventilated rib are marked with model, manufacturer and caliber information top of left barrel. Engine turned barrel flats are stamped with serial number, gauge, and chamber information. Barrels are marked for IC and Mod

Lot: 2446 - (C) RARE, ONE OF 28, .410 PARKER "GH" SHOTGUN, AS

(1927) 26" barrels with Parker's Meriden address and "PARKER SPEC. STEEL" on narrow rib. All correct marks are on water table and lumps. 000 Frame features automatic safety and double triggers. Action is engraved in usual "G" style with 30% scroll

Lot: 2447 - (M) 20 GAUGE FAMARS PINLESS SIDELOCK EJECTOR

(1975) 28" chopper lump barrels with slightly raised game rib are engraved "ARMI FAMARS" on top of left barrel. Barrel flats are stamped with 1975 Italian nitro proofs for 2 - 3/4" chambers. Coin finished action with pinless sidelocks features

Lot: 2448 - (C) NICELY REFURBISHED WESTLEY RICHARDS HEAVY

(1907) 30" dovetailed barrels with slightly raised concave matted rib are fitted with Briley thin wall chokes. They are engraved "Westley Richards & Co London." and Importer: "Von Lendgerke Antoine. Chicago. Agents." on tops. There are 3"

Lot: 2449 - (C) STRANGE PARKER "GHE" SHOTGUN WITH WHAT APPEARS

(1917) What at first glance appears to be a standard "GHE" with 28" barrels, non-automatic safety, double triggers, and capped pistol grip stock; a closer look reveals augmentation of standard engraving pattern with an additional 50 - 60% coverage of

Lot: 2450 - (M) PIOTTI SIDELOCK EJECTOR SINGLE TRIGGER GAME

(1973) By the quality of this gun it appears to be a "King Number 1" with its H&H style action, but has 29" dovetailed barrels fitted with slightly raised matted rib, which are engraved "Acciato Breda" and "Flli Piotti Gardone V T" on tops.

Lot: 2451 - (M) WINCHESTER MODEL 21 SKEET SIDE BY SIDE

A very early and clean Model 21. Built circa 1940, with blued barrels and semi concave, checkered wide rib with mid bead and round red front bead foresight. Left barrel is marked "WINCHESTER - 20 GAUGE 2 3/4 CHAM.". Underside of left barrels is

Lot: 2452 - (M) AYA NUMBER 2 SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

A fine little .410 circa 1979 with 27" chopper lump barrels has bright excellent bores with a smooth concave game rib, steel front bead and is choked Full and Full. This nice little double features Holland and Holland styled locks, disc set strikers,

Lot: 2453 - (A) CASED JOSEPH LANG SIDELEVER BAR-IN-WOOD HAMMER

A well appointed Joseph Lang Bar-in-Wood sidelever 12 bore side by side hammergun circa 1885 with 30" lightly used 2-3/4" sleeved barrels. Barrels have been re-proofed in Birmingham (approximately 2002) and are fitted with a fine filed rib and

Lot: 2454 - (M) AYA NUMBER 4 SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

A sweet little .410 Luxe Magnum with bright 27" chopper lump barrels, smooth concave game rib, steel front bead, automatic ejectors and is fitted with choke tubes. The scalloped boxlock gun features disc strikers, case colored finished action with

Lot: 2455 - (C) CASED BELGIAN GUILD SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN

A nice 12 bore Shotgun with 29 - 1/2" barrels. The barrels have extractors, concave matted rib and brass front bead. The fine scroll, dog and bird hunting scene engraved side lock action has side clips, third fastener, double triggers and is built

Lot: 2456 - (A) CASED HOLLAND & HOLLAND SIDE LEVER SIDE BY

A very rare and unique 12 bore side lever double trigger hammer gun by Holland & Holland. This gun was commissioned and built for a Major Bond on 23rd August of 1876. Peninsula back action breech loader on T. Perkes Patent. Shiny blacked

Lot: 2457 - (M) CASED KEMEN SIDEPLATED SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN

Ca. 2001 Sidelock 12 bore side by side shotgun by Kemen-Elgoibar. Two sets of monobloc 32" barrels with slight raised concave ribs and round brass bead foresight. Dull black finish and company name stamped on their right barrels near breech. Barrels

Lot: 2458 - (C) L. C. SMITH SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

Very desirable .410 gauge Ideal Grade with 28-inch barrels choked modified/full with 3-inch chambers. Barrel marked "London steel" and "L.C. Smith-.410 GA.-Ideal-Fulton.N.Y. U.S.A." Twin ivory bead sights. Standard Ideal Grade oak leaf style

Lot: 2459 - (C) CASED W. R. LEESON SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN (LEFT

A very early made (Ca. 1904) two barrel set sidelock ejector 12 bore side by side shotgun by W.R. Leeson of London. The (A) 28" barrel has chamber lengths of 2 - 1/2" with choke dimensions of .005 and .017. The (B) 26" barrel has chamber lengths of 2

Lot: 2460 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 21 DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN.

Nice 12 gauge Model 21 Winchester built circa 1953, with blued barrels and semi concave, checkered wide rib and round steel front bead foresight. Left barrel is marked "Model 21 Winchester Trade Mark 12 GAUGE 2 3/4". Underside of left barrels is

Lot: 2461 - (C) GASTINNE RENETTE 12 BORE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN

A rare Boxlock 12 bore by the Parisian gunmaker G. Renette. This gun has 27 - 1/2" dovetail barrels with ejectors, concave matted rib and steel front bead sight. Chokes are Full and Improved Modified. The French walnut stock has straight hand grip

Lot: 2462 - (C) EXTREMELY FINE HIGH ORIGINAL CONDITION PARKER

Made on a 1 - 1/2 frame with 30" Vulcan steel barrels this gun is in particularly exceptional original condition. The barrels have a matted concave top rib with usual barrel legend and steel front bead. The gun has splinter forend, auto ejectors,

Lot: 2463 - (C) NICELY REFINISHED PARKER "DHE" 1/2 FRAME,

(1937) 28" barrels are marked "PARKER BROS. MAKERS. MERIDEN. CT. U.S.A. TITANIC STEEL." on concave matted rib. Barrel flats are stamped with Parker proofs and all other correct markings. Serial number and frame size, "1/2", are on lumps. Case

Lot: 2464 - (C) FINE AND DAINTY A.H. FOX A GRADE 20 GAUGE

This dandy little Fox was made with No. 3 weight Chromox barrels with Philadelphia address on tops. Top rib is matted, tapered and concanve and has a steel front bead. The splinter forend, with engraved Deeley release is checkered in point pattern on

Lot: 2465 - (M) PAIR OF H. FAURE OF PARIS SxS BOXLOCK

A rare pair of 30" dovetail 12 Bore side by side shotguns. This pair of boxlock guns are nicely made with side clips, third fastener, crisp double triggers, auto safe and ejectors. Hardware is blackened with scrolls and a bit of artwork on their

Lot: 2466 - (C) CASED CHARLES BOSWELL SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

Ca. 1901 (London Re-Proof 1978) Charles Boswell 12 Bore side by side hammer pigeon gun with dovetail 30 - 1/8" barrels, fine file cut flat top rib, front bead with signs of use and handling marks. Barrels fitted with extractors, splinter forend with

Lot: 2467 - (A) SCARCE EARLY L. C. SMITH "3" GRADE EJECTOR

(ca 1896) 30" barrels of attractive chain Damascus, are marked "HUNTER ARMS CO FULTON N.Y." on rear portion of slightly raised matted concave rib. Barrel flats are stamped with serial number and grade. Case hardened action features bushed firing pins

Lot: 2468 - (M) WEBLEY AND SCOTT SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN WITH

A very nice Webley & Scott Model 701 side by side 28 bore boxlock ejector shotgun. Built in 1971. Action, action bottom, trigger guard nicely scroll engraved. Stock and splinter forend grips are crisp as well as its case colored double triggers.

Lot: 2469 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 21 DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN.

Made circa 1947. 12 gauge, with a 30 inch solid rib barrel, blued finish with walnut stock and forend. Single bead foresight on the concave matted rib. Choked full and light modified with ejectors. The left barrel is marked "WINCHESTER-12 GAUGE 2 3/4

Lot: 2470 - (C) L.C. SMITH SIDE BY SIDE 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN.

High condition 12 gauge, 28 inch barrel with right barrel marking "L.C. Smith -12 GA.- Ideal- Fulton, NY U.S.A." Typical oak leaf pattern engraving, featherweight frame, single selective trigger. automatic ejectors. Nice figure in stock, beavertail

Lot: 2471 - (M) PARKER REPRO 28 GAUGE SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

A nicely case colored DHE grade 28 gauge side by side shotgun. 26 inch barrel with ejectors, solid matted concave rib, dolls head extension and brass beaded foresight. Tiger striped walnut stock and matching splinter forend. The case hardened

Lot: 2472 - (A) PURDEY DOUBLE HAMMER SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

Circa 1873, 12 Bore Purdey Island Lock side by side hammergun. Barrels are Italian made (approximately 1989), lose on face 27 - 7/8" with concave game rib which reads "J. Purdey & Sons. Audley House. South Audley Street. London. England",

Lot: 2473 - (A) RIGBY UNDERLEVER RISING BITE SIDE BY SIDE

A very early (circa 1885) and nicely preserved 12 Bore Rigby Rising Bite side by side shotgun. The monoblock sleeved barrels measure 28", game rib, and front bead sight. Rib reads "Jn. Rigby & Co. 72 St. James's Street. London and Dublin".

Lot: 2474 - (M) BERETTA 470 SILVERHAWK SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN

20 gauge Boxlock with polished blue barrels smooth solid concave tapered rib with single steel bead. Single inertia selective trigger, automatic safe with ejectors. Brushed chrome finished boxlock receiver with light impressed scroll engraving

Lot: 2475 - (C) COGSWELL & HARRISON SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

A vintage and rare circa 1909 side by side assisted opening side plated boxlock ejector game gun with 30" steel barrels. Extended cross bolted, concave top rib reads "COGSWELL & HARRSION LTD" "THE AVANT TOUT." (The Above All.) "141 NEW BOND ST

Lot: 2476 - (C) GEBRUDER ADAMY SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

A nice circa 1950, 16 bore 29 - 1/2" barreled scalloped boxlock with concave matted extended game rib and brass bead. Dovetail barrels have loop for sling and have ejectors. Right barrel reads "GEBR. ADAMY," Left barrel reads "SUHL." Good chokes at

Lot: 2477 - (C) ITHACA SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

A handsome vintage 28 gauge with 26" barrels built circa 1920's. Boxlock with flat top matted, extended rib with dual brass bead sights. Both sides of action are engraved with a broad floral design and read "Ithaca Gun Co./Ithaca, N.Y.". Double

Lot: 2478 - (C) NICELY ENGRAVED REMINGTON MODEL 32 OVER UNDER

Made in 1935, this two barrel set Remington Model 32 has one set of barrels that has inserts to 20 gauge that measure 26" (1/4" longer with inserts at muzzle) with raised ventilated matted top rib and steel mid bead and red front bead. Barrel set (B)

Lot: 2479 - (M) BERETTA SILVER PIGEON SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

A nice circa 1977 12 bore boxlock with 28 inch mono bloc barrels and matted game concave rib with steel front bead. Coin finished rounded frame and scroll engraved. Action bottom engraved "P. BERETTA MADE IN ITALY GARDONE V.T. WITH BERETTA LOGO" in

Lot: 2480 - (C) PARKER BROTHERS GHE GRADE 12 BORE SIDE BY SIDE

Made on a 1-1/2 frame with 28" Parker Special Steel barrels with matted concave rib which has white mid and front beads. Custom beavertail forend with engraved Deeley release. Case hardened action is engraved in standard 'G' Grade pattern for the

Lot: 2481 - (C) HIGH QUALITY JOSEPH DEFOURNEY SIDE BY SIDE

An early 12 bore with 29 - 3/4" chopper lump barrels, solid tapered matted flat top rib with steel front bead, loop for sling and ejectors. Choked full and improved modified. Barrels marked "A.Jos DEFOURNEY - FABRICANT. HERSTAL BELGIQUE". The case

Lot: 2482 - (C) L.C. SMITH SIDE BY SIDE SHOTGUN.

Ideal Grade 16 gauge with 26" barrels. Barrels marked "London Steel" and "LC Smith-16 GA-Ideal- Fulton. N.Y. U.S.A.". Featherweight frame. Single selective trigger. Automatic ejectors. Nicely figured stock and beavertail forearm. Standard Ideal Grade

Lot: 2483 - (M) LJUTIC LTX 12 GAUGE SINGLE SHOT SHOTGUN.

From Ljutic Industries of Yakima, Washington, U.S.A. is this high quality competition grade trap shotgun. Features a single standard pull blacked trigger, ejector, dual white bead sights on the raised, stepped vent rib full choke barrel. Fitted with

Lot: 2484 - (C) ITHACA SINGLE BARREL TRAP SHOTGUN.

A professionally refinished circa 1965, Model 4 engraved single model trap gun by Ithaca. Engine turned steel barrel with ventilated, flat top rib with white mid bead and white front bead sight. Action water table marked "4", "12" and with serial

Lot: 2485 - (M) LJUTIC LTX 12 GAUGE SINGLE SHOT SHOTGUN.

A high quality custom competition grade trap shotgun from Ljutic Industries of Yakima, Washington, U.S.A. Features stainless steel finish, dual white bead sights on the raised, stepped vent rib full choke barrel, standard pull serrated black trigger

Lot: 2486 - (C) PARKER SINGLE BARREL TRAP SHOTGUN.

A unique and custom SC Model single barrel trap shotgun built in 1936 with a steel barrel. Barrel marked on its left side reading "PARKER BROS. MAKERS.MERIDEN.CT.USA.ACME.STEEL". Ventilated flat top matted with a white middle bead and white front

Lot: 2487 - (C) GORGEOUS HOLLAND AND HOLLAND SINGLE BARREL

London Best "Super Trap" gun circa 1963. This nitro proofed gun is featured with a ventilated matted (stippled) flat top rib with dual steel sights. Near the breech rib reads "HOLLAND & HOLLAND, LONDON." Mono-bloc rust blued steel barrel with

Lot: 2488 - (M) PERAZZI MX 3 SINGLE DOUBLE TRAP SET SHOTGUN

32" single trap barrel with interchangeable chokes, and 29 - 1/2" over-under barrels with fixed chokes, high matted ventilated ribs, and are serial numbered same as the action, with all correct Perazzi markings on top barrels. Extra set are 27 - 1/2"

Lot: 2489 - (C) COMMERCIAL MAUSER C96 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

Standard commercial model made for export and stamped "Germany" on left flat. Late rear sight adjustable 50-1000 yards. Walnut grips have standard 34 line pattern. All visible matching numbers. Fire blue sight and extractor. Proper Imperial German

Lot: 2490 - (C) RARE HIGH CONDITION COLT MODEL 1911 US ARMY

This is the first such stamped Colt we have encountered. The British Rola Company were loudspeaker manufacturers and aircraft instrument makers, of Minerva Road, Park Royal, NW10; later of Ferry Works, Summer Road, Thames Ditton, Surrey. Starting in

Lot: 2491 - (C) VERY EARLY RARE 2.2 DATE CODE THREE DIGIT

Early production small trigger guard Type 14 Nambu pistol produced at Chigusa Arsenal in February of 1927. Three digit serial number, matching on all parts including the magazine, inside of left grip, cocking knob, bolt, frame, and internals. The

Lot: 2492 - (C) EARLY TRANSITIONAL LARGE RING MAUSER C96 SEMI

These large ring pistols were made just prior to the Italian contract. The rear sight is graduated from 50-500 meters. Correct German Imperial and Oberndorf stamps. All visible matching numbers with exception of wooden stock which bears number 14911.

Lot: 2493 - (A) ONE OF THE RAREST AND MOST DESIRABLE OF ALL

Dated 1314 in the Islamic calendar, translating to 1896 in the traditional Western Gregorian calendar. A superb and essentially untouched specimen with all proper markings. Serial number 371. Sight graduated in Farsi. Floorplate and follower numbered

Lot: 2494 - (C) BOXED NEAR MINT PRE-WAR COLT 1911-A1 WITH

This fine commercial Colt was made during the last year of peacetime, 1941. It has all the pre-War features to include short checkered trigger, checkered wide spur hammer, checkered arched mainspring housing, checkered slide stop and safety, type II

Lot: 2495 - (C) VERY FINE COMMERCIAL P.08 LUGER,

Standard configuration for a commercial gun, made without a stock lug. No date above the chamber. "DWM" marked on the toggle. Crown/N proofs as well as two Crown/X proofs on the right side of the slide. This gun also features on the left side of the

Lot: 2496 - (C) POST WORLD WAR I ASSEMBLED DWM LUGER MODEL

It has been purported that these guns were produced following World War I by DWM for the American commercial market, however it is more likely that this gun was assembled in the United States by a company such as Stoeger. The conversion included

Lot: 2497 - (C) OUTSTANDING EARLY PRODUCTION COLT GOVERNMENT

According to the factory letter, this gun was shipped from Colt on January 24, 1913 in a shipment of 10 to Von Lengerke & Antoine in Chicago, Illinois. This gun features the extremely high luster blued finish, with fire blued small parts.

Lot: 2498 - (A) A SUPERB FACTORY CASED AND ALL ORIGINAL

An extremely desirable and early M1894, No. 3, with hexagonal chamber with no extractor. The lugged barrel is marked 278 on the left side. Adjacent to bore gauge number is the Crown/Crown/U proof marking that is repeated on the left side of the

Lot: 2499 - (C) SCARCE US NAVY COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI AUTOMATIC

This is a fine example of scarce first year Navy shipped Colt Model 1911 pistol. Right side of slide is stamped Model of 1911 US Navy. Last patent date on right side of slide is 1911 and the Colt pony can be found in circle. The left side of the

Lot: 2500 - (C) RARE HIGH CONDITION PRE-WAR/POST-WAR COLT

Assembled in 1946 using a mix of pre-War and post-War parts, still finished in the full commercial blue before the 1947 Models were introduced with the new non-glare finish making this one of the last full high polish blue .38 Supers ever made.

Lot: 2501 - (C) BRITISH PROOFED WWI COLT MODEL 1911

From 1915 through 1919, Colt supplied Colt Model 1911 pistols to the British military, many of which made it to the RAF. The frames and magazines were a bit wider and the .455 marked magazine is not interchangeable. They were basically commercial

Lot: 2502 - (C) RARE WORLD WAR I RAF BRITISH COLT MODEL 1911

Between 1915-1919, Colt shipped 13,300 commercial Model 1911 semi-automatics to the London armory. This run of guns, all with the W prefix, were made for the .455 Auto round and are so stamped on the right side of slide. All were commercial models

Lot: 2503 - (C) HIGH CONDITION COMMERCIAL COLT MODEL 1911-A1

This commercial model 1911 was made in 1937 and has all standard features for a gun made that year to include checkered wide spur hammer, checkered arched mainspring housing with loop, checkered slide stop and safety. The slide serial number matches

Lot: 2504 - (C) MAUSER K DATE LUGER SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL.

Features include round barrel, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADEN", front toggle link marked "S/42" and "K" over the chamber. Two piece wood checkered grips. Detachable box magazine. Gothic S on all the

Lot: 2505 - (C) VERY FINE WORLD WAR II NAZI GERMAN BYF 41

Standard configuration with black Bakelite grips, which only appears on approximately 20% of the production. "byf" marked on the toggle. "41" dated above the chamber. Eagle/655 inspectors marks. Blued safety lever, trigger, and magazine release. All

Lot: 2506 - (C) AN EXTREMELY FINE CASED 1902 LUGER CARBINE

Long ramp front sight, three position rear sight, and BUG proofs and full serial number on bottom. DWM scroll on center toggle link. Dished toggles with toggle latch. BU proofs on toggle assembly and left side of receiver. Checkered walnut forearm

Lot: 2507 - (C) FINE MAUSER C96 RED 9 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL

The German government placed an order for approximately 150,000 of these pistols in early 1916, of which most were finished prior to the war's end. You will find the German imperial eagle on face of magazine well, the distinctive red 9 burned into

Lot: 2508 - (C) DWM 1906 NAVY LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL WITH

Features include long frame, round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight. Two position adjustable 100-200 meter rear sight on rear toggle link. Wide grip safety. Walnut checkered grips. Eight round detachable box magazine. The gun is all

Lot: 2509 - (C) 1914 DWM ARTILLERY LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL

Manufactured by DWM for the German Army. This model was made from 1914-18 and was usually issued to artillery and machine gun crews. The most distinctive feature of this gun is the 8" barrel and nine position adjustable rear sight. Has DWM script on

Lot: 2510 - (C) 1914 DWM ARTILLERY LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL

Manufactured by DWM for the German Army. This model was made from 1914-18 and was usually issued to artillery and machine gun crews. The most distinctive feature of this gun is the 8" barrel and nine position adjustable rear sight. Has DWM script on

Lot: 2511 - (C) COLT Model 1911A1 US ARMY SEMI AUTOMATIC

Fairly standard early War Colt. 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 STATES PROPERTY" and "M1911A1 US ARMY". The

Lot: 2512 - (C) NEAR NEW US COLT MODEL 1911-A1 SEMI AUTOMATIC

One of the last pre-War Colt US Army models made in 1941. This gun bears the GHD inspector stamp on left side of frame for Guy Dewey whose inspection duties began in June of 1942, which means this frame was built or numbered in 1941 but did not see

Lot: 2513 - (C) BOXED PRE-WAR COLT WOODSMAN MATCH TARGET SEMI

Made in 1940. This is arguably the finest semi-automatic target pistol ever made. From the distinctive flat side with Match Target Bullseye to the so called Elephant Ear checkered oversize walnut grips, it is instantly recognized by just about every

Lot: 2514 - (C) US POST WAR MODEL ARSENAL BUILT 1911 ARMY

Beginning in 1955 and made through 1968, the US Government developed a plan to take select surplus World War II Model 1911s and turn them into National Match guns to be sold to competitors at National Matches. This gun used a surplus Remington Rand

Lot: 2515 - (C) COLT Model 1911-A1 US ARMY SEMI AUTOMATIC

Fairly standard mid-war Colt. 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 crossed cannon stamp with "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" and

Lot: 2516 - (C) COLT Model 1911AI US ARMY SEMI AUTOMATIC

Standard mid-War Colt with Du-Lite finish. Left side of frame has the GHD Guy Drewey inspector stamp. Right side of frame has Ordnance Wheel stamp along with P on top of slide and left side of frame. All other features are standard World War II with

Lot: 2517 - (C) HIGH CONDITION 1900 SWISS COMMERCIAL LUGER

Manufactured by DWM for commercial and military sale in Switzerland. Commercial models sold prior to military adoption in 1901. Features include Swiss cross on chamber, DWM on toggle, grip safety, checkered walnut grips, 4 - 3/4" barrel, caliber

Lot: 2518 - (C) 1917 DATED ERFURT P08 LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADEN", front toggle link marked "CROWN ERFURT". This is an all matching

Lot: 2519 - (C) HIGH CONDITION ITHACA MODEL 1911A1 US ARMY

This Ithaca was part of the first contract, an order that was placed for 60,000 pistols placed by the government in May of 1942. The finish on all Ithaca models was the dull black Du-Lite finish. The left side of the slide was stamped "Ithaca Gun.

Lot: 2520 - (C) EARLY DU-LITE ITHACA M ODEL 1911 A1 US ARMY

This early Ithaca has the Du-Lite finish only used on early pistols. The right side of the frame has the Ordnance wheel stamp found on all Ithaca Models. FJA for Frank Atwood can be found on left side of frame. There is a P on both top of slide and

Lot: 2521 - (C) JAPANESE TOKYO GAS & ELECTRIC MODEL 1904 PAPA

The forerunner to the commonly encountered Japanese Type 14 Nambu pistol is known as the "Papa". They were made for both the Army and Navy. This is an Army model gun. Standard configuration with tangent rear sight, grip safety, unique cocking knob,

Lot: 2522 - (C) US REMINGTON RAND MODEL 1911-A1 SEMI

This is rarely offered Remington Demonstration pistol. The frame is simply stamped 83, no other stamps on frame of any kind. No inspector stamp, no US Property, no ordnance stamp, no proof P, nothing. The slide is stamped "Remington Rand Syracuse, NY

Lot: 2523 - (C) US REMINGTON RAND MODEL 1911-A1 SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Standard mid-War production made by Remington under Colt contract for World War II issue guns. United States Property and M1911A1 US Army stamped on right side of frame with Ordnance wheel. Remington Rand Syracuse stamped slide. FJA Frank Atwood

Lot: 2524 - (C) UNIT MARKED FIRST ISSUE P08 DWM LUGER 9MM

Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADN", front toggle link marked "DWM" in script. This is an all matching

Lot: 2525 - (C) UNIT MARKED POLICE DOUBLE DATE LUGER

Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADEN", front toggle link marked "DWM" in script. Double date stamped

Lot: 2526 - (C) ITHACA MODEL 1911A1 US SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL

Left side of slide is stamped "ITHACA GUN CO INC ITHACA NEW YORK". Left side of frame is stamped "FJA" for Frank Atwood with "P" near magazine release. Stamped with a "P" on top of slide. Right side of frame is stamped "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" and

Lot: 2527 - (C) 1942 WALTHER PPK EAGLE C POLICE MODEL SEMI

Rare and desirable Walther Eagle "C" inspected PPK. It is marked with the Eagle/C acceptance stamp identifying it as a Police issued pistol It is equipped with great, Grey/Brown plastic Walther grips. The Walther PPK was developed originally for

Lot: 2528 - (C) DWM 1906 COMMERCIAL LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen-und Munitionsfabriken Company for commercial sales in Germany and abroad. Features include round tapered pencil barrel, inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight, wide grip safety, wood checkered grips, and nickel

Lot: 2529 - (C) DWM DOUBLE DATE POLICE LUGER SEMI-AUTOMATIC

Features include round barrel, dovetailed inverted V front sight, and V notch rear sight on rear link. Thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADEN", front toggle link marked "DWM". DWM military markings on the

Lot: 2530 - (C) UNIT MARKED 1912 DATED ERFURT P08 LUGER 9MM

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 toggle link marked "CROWN ERFURT". This is an all matching

Lot: 2531 - (C) PRE-WAR F/N BROWNING HIGH POWER SEMI AUTOMATIC

Features include Dovetailed inverted V front sight 50 - 500 meter tangent rear sight, exposed round hammer, slotted for stock, two piece checkered wood grip panels, detachable double stack magazine, blow back semi-automatic action. CONDITION; Gun

Lot: 2532 - (C) SIMSON AND CO. 1925 DATED P.08 LUGER PISTOL

This is one of 600 guns produced in 1925 by Simson & Co. Standard configuration with all the proper Eagle/6 inspectors marks, including the grip screws. Weimar proofs on slide and barrel. All numbers are matching. Accompanied by two matching

Lot: 2533 - (M) FINE CUSTOM GRIFFIN & HOWE US SPRINGFIELD BOLT

A very nice example of a vintage .30-06 Government Griffin Howe bolt action rifle. Barrel fitted with a Lyman 48 peep sight and a barrel banded, ramped, hooded blade front sight. This Model 1903 US Springfield Armory action has a jeweled bolt slide

Lot: 2534 - (M) BEST BOXLOCK EJECTOR "AFRICA EXPRESS"

(1993) It appears that Champlin Arms, well known as double rifle specialists, teamed up with FAMARS (Fabbrica Armi Mario Abbiatico Remo Salvinelli) to make a well thought out and serviceable dangerous game double rifle. This well crafted double rifle

Lot: 2535 - (M) FINE QUALITY RECENTLY MADE DANGEROUS GAME

(1990) 24 - 7/8" chopper lump barrels are fitted with quarter rib having square shouldered dolls head extension. Rib is set with one standing, two folding leaf express rear sight, marked in gold for 100, 200, and 300 yards. Ends of rib are scroll

Lot: 2536 - (M) MARCEL THYS CONSTANTINE V DELUXE DOUBLE RIFLE.

One of three made. A beautiful .600 Nitro Express Sidelock African large game side by side rifle from Belgium maker Marcel Thys. This rifle bears 26 inch crisp chopper lump barrels with flat filed spearpoint quarter rib, express sights (one standing

Lot: 2537 - (M) WESTLEY RICHARDS .600 NITRO EXPRESS DOUBLE

A very fine circa 1990 .600 Nitro Express with 25" chopper lump barrels. Beautifully acanthus leaf engraved dolls head extended quarter rib with express sights, one being standing marked for 50 yards and a second folding leaf sight marked for 100

Lot: 2538 - (M) FAMARS O/U EXCALIBUR EXPRESS BOXLOCK DOUBLE

A modern (Ca. 1999) and attractive over-under double rifle in 9.3x74R. Barrels are 24" long with a full length rib, matted quarter rib with express standing sight at 50 yards with gold marker and a 100 yard folding leaf. A custom claw mount has been

Lot: 2539 - (A) HOLLAND & HOLLAND SIDELOCK DOUBLE RIFLE IN

(ca 1887) 28" Dovetailed steel barrels are fitted with full length rib which is file cut behind one standing two folding leaf express rear sight, holds silver bead with flip-up night bead in raised front portion of rib. Tops of barrels are engraved

Lot: 2540 - (C) WILLIAM EVANS .280 BOXLOCK DOUBLE RIFLE WITH

(ca 1911) 27" Chopper lump barrels fitted with file cut quarter rib holds one standing, one folding leaf rear sight and scope blocks. Silver bead is in matching front ramp. Tops of barrels are engraved "WILLIAM EVANS, (FROM PURDEY''S)" "63. Pall

Lot: 2541 - (C) WEBLEY & SCOTT SIDELOCK EJECTOR DANGEROUS GAME

(Circa 1914) This fine condition big bore double nitro rifle has 26" chopper lump barrels fitted with file cut quarter rib holding one standing two folding leaf express rear sight ( leaves marked for 100, 200, and 300 yards) and front ramp with

Lot: 2542 - (C) FRANZ SODIA OVER UNDER DANGEROUS GAME (.470

(1958) 27 1/2" Demi bloc barrels are fitted with full length matted rib holding claw scope bases and one standing, two folding leaf express rear sight. Central portion is milled away forming front ramp holding a large silver bead. Unmatted portion is

Lot: 2543 - (C) E.M. REILLY BOXLOCK DOUBLE RIFLE IN .500/.465

(ca 1912) 26" chopper lump barrels are fitted with file cut quarter rib holding one standing, two folding leaf express rear sight and matching front ramp with silver bead and flip-up porcelain night bead. Tops of barrels are engraved "E. M. Reilly

Lot: 2544 - (M) UNUSUAL KRIEGHOFF ULM PRIMUS SIDELOCK EJECTOR

25" mono-bloc barrels are fitted with matted quarter rib holding single standing leaf rear sight and claw scope bases. Matching front ramp holds sourdough bead. Top of top barrel is engraved "T. DIRKSEN - GEWEERMAKER TE EEMDIJK". Mono-bloc sides are

Lot: 2545 - (C) LOVELY GRIFFIN & HOWE WINCHESTER MODEL 70

A vintage .416 Winchester Model 70 by Griffin & Howe. Barrel is 24" in length with quarter rib and express sights at 50 yards standing, 100 and 200 yard folding sight leaves and banded ramped blade front sight. Tapped for scope mount. Action is a

Lot: 2546 - (C) J.P. SAUER AND SON CUSTOM BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

Vintage and handsome J.P. Sauer .30 USG (30-06) Mauser 1906 bolt action stalking rifle. Semi-round 21" fluid steel Krupp Essen barrel with Lyman rear peep sight, full length narrow filed rib and blade foresight. Action with thumb cut, double set

Lot: 2547 - (C) RARE COMMERCIAL B.S.A. SMLE MK III HB TARGET

Extremely rare Commercial Birmingham Small Arms "BSA" No III dated 1940 and chambered for the standard .303 British cartridge. Retailer marked on the front receiver ring "PARKER-HALE BIRMINGHAM 4". The uncommon heavy barrel is marked on the top of

Lot: 2548 - (M) JOHN BOLLINGER CUSTOM BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH

A very fine .416 Rigby Safari rifle with a bright bored 25" barrel. The barrel has a spearpoint double tapped, square bridge rib with express sights one standing at 100 yards and two folding leaf sights at 200 and 300 yards. The ramped, hooded, and

Lot: 2549 - (C) HARTMANN & WEISS CUSTOM TAKEDOWN MANNLICHER

(ca 1905) Based on an original Mannlicher takedown, the meticulous craftsmen of Hamburg, updated and restocked it for client in the year 2000. Original barrel was converted to fire the 250-3000 Savage cartridge and the barrel band sling base was

Lot: 2550 - (M) JOHN BOLLINGER CUSTOM BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH

A beautiful .270 Winchester magazine rifle with a 24 inch barrel. The barrel rifling is sharp and barrel is nicely fitted with an eye for sling and a Leuopold Vari-X III 3.5-10 rifle scope. Right side of barrel reads makers name "John Bolliger" in

Lot: 2551 - (M) BROWNING OLYMPIAN GRADE BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH

Nicely engraved L. Lambert Belgium made .458 Winchester Magnum Safari rifle. A 24" shiny round barrel with scroll engraving by chamber. Grey-blue satin finish and walnut stock. Manufactured in 1970 with a heavyweight magnum barrel and a hooded ramp

Lot: 2552 - (M) DAKOTA ARMS .416 RIGBY BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH

A very nice Model 76 Safari Grade bolt action rifle with Swarovski scope and round barrel with nicely blued satin finish. Barrel is marked "416 Rigby" on its left side and fitted with barrel banded sling loop and integrated protector at muzzle.

Lot: 2553 - (C) WINCHESTER PRE-64 MODEL 70 SUPER GRADE .458

A very early, vintage and very rare circa 1957 (.458 was commercially introduced in 1956) "Made in U.S.A." "Winchester Proof" "458 Win. Magnum" stated on round barrel with blade ramp foresight, stud for sling and crowned muzzle. Barrel has an island

Lot: 2554 - (M) H. LAMSON 98 CUSTOM BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH

A rare Mauser 98 custom .375 H&H Magnum bolt action with a 25" barrel with muzzle brake. Jeweled bolt slide and extractor with a panel swept bolt handle. Serrated trigger. Select blonde walnut stock and forend with skip line checkering and rose

Lot: 2555 - (C) WORLD WAR I ERA 10-18 DATED SPRINGFIELD MODEL

Standard World War I configuration with high hump hand guard. Two bolt, wide finger groove stock. Hard to read JSA cartouche with date underneath it on left side of stock, along with DAL cartouche to the right of it. Circle P proof double stamped

Lot: 2556 - (M) REMINGTON MODEL 700 STAINLESS BOLT ACTION

One of the finest actions ever built. This rifle has stainless metal with black pistol grip nylon stock making it the perfect hunting rifle for rough conditions with no worry about wood swelling or breakage. It was made sans sights and comes with

Lot: 2557 - (C) PRIME WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 LEVER ACTION RIFLE

Classic Winchester Model 1892 rifle with 24" full octagon barrel, full magazine, varnished American walnut stocks with crescent buttplate. Fitted with Beech pattern folding sporting sight, elevator adjustable rear sight, and Lyman folding tang sight.

Lot: 2558 - (C) HIGH CONDITION CASE COLOR DELUXE MARLIN MODEL

Sights include Beach front, two leaf folding rear and a tang sight. CONDITION: The case colors on this rifle are brilliant and retain nearly all the original varnish. Aside from the bottom of lever which has dulled, the balance of color on frame and

Lot: 2559 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 .44 CALIBER SADDLE RING

Standard features include full round barrel, full magazine, twin bands, post and blade front sight, folding ladder rear sight, saddle ring and stud, blued finish, walnut stock, carbine butt, and Marble tang sight. CONDITION: Barrel and tube are

Lot: 2560 - (C) CHINA NAVIGATION STAMPED WINCHESTER MODEL 1892

According to the factory letter, this .44 carbine was shipped on December 29, 1902 as a standard carbine, which it remains. Standard features include 20" barrel, full magazine, folding ladder rear carbine sight, post front sight, blue finish, walnut

Lot: 2561 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 1895 TAKEDOWN IN DESIRABLE

Made famous by Teddy Roosevelt and son Kermit's famous 1908 African Safari, the venerable Winchester Model 1895 was a true workhorse to big game hunters. This most sought after model has all the bells and whistles. Full round barrel, marked "-Nickel

Lot: 2562 - (A) MARLIN MODEL 1893 RIFLE.

Antique Marlin Model 1893 rifle with special ordered 28" full octagon barrel and magazine tube. Crescent style butt and tang sight. CONDITION: Very clean and attractive stock and forearm. Good shootable bore. Most original blue remaining on barrel

Lot: 2563 - (C) RARE CHILEAN POLICE MARKED MARLIN MODEL 1894

Marked on top of receiver "Policias Fiscales Chile", this Marlin Model 1894 Trapper is chambered for the .44-40 caliber and is in better than average condition for the usually well-worn Trapper Models. Features full round barrel, full magazine, twin

Lot: 2564 - (M) BROWNING MODEL 53 DELUXE LEVER-ACTION RIFLE.

Sublime continuation of production of the Winchester Model 53 Deluxe rifle chambered for .32-20 W.C.F. and produced by Browning Arms Corp. High commercial blue finished steel with deluxe, fine quality varnished checkered walnut stocks with steel

Lot: 2565 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 71 DELUXE LEVER ACTION RIFLE.

High condition, pre-war rifle with long tang. Manufactured 1940. Tapered round barrel marked with Winchester address and ".348 WCF" caliber marking. Lyman receiver sight. Rear sight slot filled with plug, standard front sight. Correct sling swivels.

Lot: 2566 - (C) SCARCE WINCHESTER MODEL 88 LEVER ACTION

Seldom seen example of a Winchester lever action Model 88 with factory carbine 19" barrel, front barrel band, plain pistol grip walnut stock, in caliber .243 Winchester. Finish is factory blue and the rifle is mounted with a Redfield scope.

Lot: 2567 - (A) WINCHESTER HI-WALL OFF HAND RIFLE WITH CASE

Features double set triggers, probably custom, and customized underlever made of two pieces. Case colored action. Winchester buttstock of fancy American walnut with checkering and cheekpiece on left side. Fitted with a custom extreme Schützen

Lot: 2568 - (A) WINCHESTER HIGH WALL SCHUETZEN RIFLE WITH CASE

No. 4 weight full octagon barrel is fitted with windage adjustable globe front sight and scope blocks, holding Lyman 438 Field scope. A rear sight dovetail has filler block 6" from breech end. Winchester markings are on top flat. Case hardened high

Lot: 2569 - (C) HIGH ORIGINAL CONDITION STEVENS MODEL 52 -

No. 4 weight full octagon barrel has all correct factory markings, and is fitted with Globe front sight and scope blocks holding Stevens Scope No. 438, as well as spirit level 8" from breech end. Case hardened No. 44-1/2 action with loop lever,

Lot: 2570 - (C) STEVENS 44 ACTION POPE MODEL SINGLE SHOT RIFLE

Face of the action is marked 52. Case colored non-engraved action. Fitted with double set triggers and nickel plated Pope three finger lever. Buttstock is a typical Stevens Pope Model style with lovely fine checkering and made of nicely figured

Lot: 2571 - (C) STEVENS 44-1/2 ACTION MODEL 51 SINGLE SHOT

Case colored action fitted with double set triggers, and a typical lever for the 51. Buttstock has very nicely checkering pattern. Buttplate is case colored. Forearm wonderfully checkered. The barrel is half octagon and No. 3 barrel weight. There is

Lot: 2572 - (C) STEVENS 44-1/2 ACTION MODEL 54 WITH GAME SCENE

44-1/2 has bright case colors, scrollwork, and game scene engraving on both sides. The action is fitted with double set triggers and the No. 6 Schuetzen special lever, which is typical for this model. Face of the action is marked 54. Nicely figured

Lot: 2573 - (C) SCOPED STEVENS 44 ACTION MODEL 52 SINGLE SHOT

Fine example of a 44 action Model 52 showing considerable shooting wear but no abuse. Half octagon barrel, drilled and tapped for scope blocks with two extra holes which have been filled, is unusual in the bore being .22 Long Rifle is still

Lot: 2574 - (M) CPA REPRODUCTIONS STEVENS 44-1/2 SINGLE SHOT

Non engraved CPA Stevens 44-1/2 reproduction action. Fitted with a No. 5 Schuetzen lever as would be found on a Model 51. Buttstock is checkered and has a rifle design with a cheekpiece and is made out of a truly extraordinary stock wood. There are

Lot: 2575 - (C) STEVENS-POPE MODEL 47 - (LADIES MODEL) 44 -

Unusual lightweight half octagon, half round barrel is uncut for any sights, scope blocks are mounted holding Fecker 6 X target scope no. 4273 in micrometer mounts. Top of barrel is marked "STEVENS - POPE" and with Stevens name and address. Pope

Lot: 2576 - (C) VERY FINE CUSTOM WINCHESTER HI-WALL SINGLE

The Niedner Rifle Corporation of Dowagiac, Michigan is known for its exceptionally fine custom rifles. This lovely high condition example has round barrel fitted with special scope base with windage adjustment marked with Niedner name and address. It

Lot: 2577 - (C) POPE BARRELED, OBERLIES CUSTOM WINCHESTER

Octagon barrel (number 4 weight?) is stamped "RIFLED BY H. M. POPE" (Pope number 687) on top flat which has plugged rear dovetail, front with gold sourdough bead. Scope blocks are installed holding Winchester A 5 scope in micrometer mounts. Matte

Lot: 2578 - (C) STEVENS MODEL 44-1/2 ACTION MODEL 47 SINGLE

We believe this rifle to be a 44-1/2 Model 47 with special order features. The action is non-engraved with case coloring. It is fitted with double set triggers. The case colored lever is typical for the Model 51 with spur and wood inserts. Buttstock

Lot: 2579 - (A) SHARPS BORCHARDT CUSTOM SINGLE SHOT RIFLE.

Borchardt fitted with rarely found factory double set triggers. This rifle was originally one of Sharps sporting rifles. The action and trigger guard were probably originally case colored but both have been polished bright. An extreme buttstock in a

Lot: 2580 - (M) CUSTOM BORCHARDT STYLE SINGLE SHOT RIFLE BY

This well made single shot action is marked "14" and "LRH 1975" on bottom. Consignors notes indicate that it was made by L.R. Harriman of Bowling Green, Ohio. Action is blued and has pivoting safety on left side and Borchardt type spurred opening

Lot: 2581 - (C) STEVENS IDEAL (WALNUT HILL) SINGLE SHOT TARGET

Tapered round barrel is marked "STEVENS "WALNUT HILL"" on top, is fitted with scope blocks holding Unertl 6X target scope in micrometer mounts. Late case hardened No. 44 action has teardrop operating lever and is fitted with receiver sight base with

Lot: 2582 - (C) STEVENS 44-1/2 ACTION MODEL 47 SINGLE SHOT

Non engraved action appears to have been blued. Single trigger. No. 3 loop lever. Butt stock in a Pope special pattern with high cheek rest by Paul Shuttleworth. Pistol grip buttstock is made out of fancy American walnut. Nickel plated buttplate,

Lot: 2583 - (C) ENGRAVED HOPKINS & ALLEN NO. 932 TAKE-DOWN

Single shot falling block with rebounding hammer. Nimschke style scroll engraving with round panel featuring a buffalo on the left side of frame and a bull elk on the right side. Monogram "P.D.C." on top of frame. Incorrect tang mounted sight. 24"

Lot: 2584 - (M) HARRIMAN-BORCHARDT REPRODUCTION SINGLE SHOT

Consignors notes indicate that this action and rifle were made by L. Harriman of Bowling Green, Ohio, following original Borchardt design. This action, serial number 1, has bent steel operating lever on Borchardt type sliding safety. It is fitted

Lot: 2585 - (C) STEVENS WALNUT HILL SINGLE SHOT RIFLE.

High condition in target rifle configuration featuring a beavertail forearm and heavy shotgun butt, pistol grip stock. Heavy round barrel marked "Stevens Walnut Hill". Special target sights including frame mounted fully adjustable peep sight with

Lot: 2586 - (C) CUSTOM AND RESTORED STEVENS FAVORITE SINGLE

Featuring nicely figured walnut stock and forearm, checkered with Fleur-de-Lis and ribbons. High gloss varnish finish. Gold plated frame with engraved bear on right side and buck deer on left side. Blue, half octagon, half round barrel with gold

Lot: 2587 - (C) WINCHESTER 62 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE.

Serial number 7572 manufactured in 1932. Round tapered barrel roll die marked on right side with Winchester address, left side "-MODEL 62- Winchester/TRADE MARK-.22 S.L OR L.R.-" Tang marked "WINCHESTER/TRADE MARK/MADE IN U.S.A." Blue, walnut stock

Lot: 2588 - (C) WINCHESTER 1890 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE (1910).

Serial number 425212 manufactured in 1910. Full octagon barrel. Winchester proof marks on barrel breech and top of frame. Barrel stamped on 2nd flat with Winchester address, "MOD. 1890" and caliber designation "22 SHORT". Tang marked 3-lines "REG.IN

Lot: 2589 - (M) EXCEEDINGLY RARE, ONE OF ONLY TWO, POYER L1A1A

This rifle is, for all intents and purposes, a standard L1A1A as imported by Joe Poyer from Australia and made at Lithgow with correct markings. Poyer's guns are particularly desirable as they were made at Lithgow specifically for sale in the United

Lot: 2590 - (M) A RARE AND DESIRABLE SIG MANURHIN F.S.A.-MR.

Manufactured by Manhurin in .222 Remington for the European market to avoid laws banning possession of military calibers. As they were produced for the European market, they are exceptionally rare in the United States and less than ten are speculated

Lot: 2591 - (M) RARE & FINE GROUP INDUSTRIES M.O.R. 1918A2

This is a commercially built gun by Group Industries utilizing new made, modified military, and original military parts. These were produced prior to the introduction of the semi-automatic BAR's. The M.O.R. stands for "Manually Operated Rifle". This

Lot: 2592 - (M) A VERY GOOD PRE-BAN HECKLER & KOCH HK94A3

Manufactured 1983 per H&K date codes on gun. Hammer marked XX, which is appropriate for a 94A3 in a 0/1 selector trigger pack with finger grooves. Correct retractable stock, operates and locks back correctly, requires a slight push to lock on

Lot: 2593 - (M) VERY SCARE MILLED RECEIVER VALMET M76W FULL

This is an extremely scarce milled receiver pre-ban Valmet model M76W. The "W" denotes that it has a full wood butt stock. Black plastic forend. Made in Finland and imported by Valmet Inc. in Elmsford, New York between 1984 and 1989. Valmet M76

Lot: 2594 - (M) STANDARD MANUFACTURING THOMPSON MODEL 1922 .22

Standard Manufacturing 1922 Thompson chambered in .22 long rifle. Manufactured at 1/2 scale on receiver to reduce size and weight. Finned barrel, four port muzzle brake, top cocking handle with U notch sight, adjustable rear, and blade front. Finger

Lot: 2595 - (C) FACTORY ENGRAVED REMINGTON MODEL 10-E PUMP

28" barrel with full length matted rib has Remington Arms and UMC information on left side. Blued action is engraved with 80% coverage boldly cut open shaded scroll within wiggle and line borders surrounding single scenes of dogs and game; pointing

Lot: 2596 - (C) WINCHESTER MODEL 42 SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN.

Deluxe grade with a solid rib barrel. Manufactured in 1949. Matching numbers on take down barrel assembly and frame. Nicely figured deluxe grade pistol grip stock and forearm. Original Winchester marked buttplate. Blue steel grip cap. CONDITION:

Lot: 2597 - (C) WORLD WAR I WINCHESTER MODEL 1897 US ISSUE

According to Campbell in the definitive book on combat shotguns, the World War I Model 97 riot guns fall into the 650,000 serial range and the US and flaming bomb stamps were applied prior to the bluing process. They were issued with guards or

Lot: 2598 - (C) MARLIN MODEL 24 SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN.

Marlin Model 24 slide action shotgun, exposed hammer, 'B' Grade, special order 26" "Smokeless Steel" barrel, deluxe figure pistol grip checkered stock, hard rubber buttplate. This model was made from 1908-1917 and was the longest cataloged exposed

Lot: 2599 - (C) SCARCE ITHACA MODEL 37 TRENCH SHOTGUN, MADE IN

Commercial variant of the military style trench gun with heat shield and bayonet lug. Most of these guns were marketed to law enforcement. Slam fire. Smooth stock with no checkering, grooved pump handle. Interesting FULL choke marked variant, with

Lot: 2600 - (C) WORLD WAR II US MILITARY STEVENS MODEL 620

Standard configuration. 20” barrel with heat shield and integral bayonet lug, “S” marked on the left side of the lug. Smooth wood stocks, which are not inspected as is correct. Proper cut in butt for rear sling swivel. “U.S.”

Lot: 2601 - (M) ITHACA MODEL 37 TRENCH SHOTGUN MADE IN 1970.

Commercial variant of the military style trench gun with heat shield and bayonet lug. Most of these guns were marketed to law enforcement. Slam fire. Factory pressed checking in the wrist, grooved pump handle. CYL choked 20" barrel. The threaded end

Lot: 2602 - (M) STANDARD MANUFACTURING DP-12 12 GAUGE SLIDE

Standard DP-12 with dual feed tubes, non-selective single trigger firing right barrel first then left barrel. Polymer furniture, bullpup footprint, ambidextrous controls. Polymer foregrip on a section of picatinny rail on forearm. Produced sans iron

Lot: 2603 - (C) FINE GERMAN MADE OVER UNDER COMBINATION GUN.

This fine combination gun, the maker of which is unknown to us, appears to be of high quality with Hensoldt Wetzlar Dural Dialytan 4x claw mounted scope. Made with double triggers, extractors, and non-auto safety. Splinter forend with engraved Deeley

Lot: 2604 - (C) A RARE AND BEAUTIFUL H. BARELLA DRILLING GUN.

Nitro 16 bore drilling side by side shotgun with a single 6.5x57mm barrel. Krupp steel barrels with good bores which are properly proofed and has loop for sling. This rifle features a scalloped boxlock bronzed colored action, sideclips, cocking

Lot: 2605 - (C) A UNIQUE ERNST SEIGELDER 16 BORE OVER 6MM

Circa 1930's Nitro 16 bore and 6mm double barrel over and under gun. The barrels have loop for sling, extended matted top rib, express claw mount bases and a bladed front rib with a very unusual express sight that pops up when pushing forward on the

Lot: 2606 - (M) HIGH QUALITY ANTONIO ZOLI OVER UNDER

Circa 1988, 12 gauge & 6.5x57R caliber combination gun. The 24 inch barrel has a blue/satin finish. The rib is solid and cross cut with a folding rear leaf sight and a raised brass blade front sight. Boxlock action. Walnut stock with cheekpiece,

Lot: 2607 - BEAUTIFUL 19TH CENTURY WINCHESTER CARTRIDGE

Never made available to the general public, Winchester produced the "Double W" cartridge board in two variations: the more expensive and rare of the two is the one that featured actual cartridges attached to the board. This is a stone lithograph done

Lot: 2608 - EXTRAORDINARILY RARE WINCHESTER RETAILER GLASS GUN

Extremely rare and known to have been offered in the 1920's to Winchester Premier stocking retailers, glass sided "WINCHESTER"rifle display case. These cases have been attributed to the Walrus Manufacturing Company of Decatur, Illinois but no

Lot: 2609 - THE RAREST OF ALL WINCHESTER CARTRIDGE BOARD CIRCA

It is believed that less than a half dozen of this style board exist today. One is at Cody, we found one that had sold, and this example makes three. It is one of the earliest of all boards. Some collectors refer to it as the inverted V. This large

Lot: 2610 - EXTRAORDINARILY RARE WINCHESTER RETAILER GLASS

Extremely rare and known to have been offered in the 1920's to Winchester Premier stocking retailers, glass sided "WINCHESTER"rifle display case. These cases have been attributed to the Walrus Manufacturing Company of Decatur, Illinois but no

Lot: 2611 - CIRCA 1900 KYNOCH LOADED CARTRIDGES STORE DISPLAY

In 1863, Kynoch took over the firm of Pursall and Phillips, which was subsequently renamed G. Kynoch and Co., keeping business in Birmingham, England. In 1895 Kynoch built an explosives factory east of Shell Haven Creek, Essex (now known as Coryton).

Lot: 2612 - RARE MARBLE'S 1925 CALENDAR WITH PHILLIP GOODWIN

So few Marble's calendars hit the market in any year, they are almost impossible to trace. This full calendar dates to 1925 and has the full pad with January on top. Their most famous products are illustrated about the print including the GameGetter,

Lot: 2613 - LARGE REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE

This large Remington Arms Union Metallic Cartridge Corporation Cardboard display piece dates to approximately 1912 based on the four firearms depicted: the Remington Model 11 autoloading shotgun, Model 14 pump action rifle, Model 10 pump action

Lot: 2614 - INCREDIBLY RARE FRAMED KYNOCH SHOTSHELL DISPLAY

This incredible piece is framed in its original mission oak style frame with gold foil embossed printing "KYNOCH" on top frame with "AMMUNITION" in gold foil on bottom frame. Both are easily readable but somewhat faded. The 54 shotshell images along

Lot: 2615 - WONDERFUL LOT OF THREE RARE PIECES OF COLT

(A) Measuring 12 - 1/4 inch by 20 inch early blue colored Colt advertisement for Colts firearms and is believed to be Civil War period and a similar example is identified as circa 1859 by the Connecticut Museum of History. This listing advertises the

Lot: 2616 - BEAUTIFUL FRAMED GAMEBORE CARTRIDGE CO. SHOTSHELL

Manufacturer of quality sporting ammunition since 1973, this is one of the companies cartridge boards that they put out to show off their line of quality shotshells. There are over 80 different offerings in all bores and lengths. The center of the

Lot: 2617 - SADDLE HOLSTERS FOR COLT WALKER REVOLVERS.

According to the definitive book "U.S. Military Holsters and Related Accouterments" by: Edward Scott Meadows. Military saddle holsters were made for Colt revolvers including the Walker, Dragoon, Model 1851 Navy and Model 1860 Army. Saddle holsters

Lot: 2618 - 1890 S.C. GALLUP SADDLERY NO.2 PATTERN HOLSTER AND

Fully tooled No. 2 pattern Mexican double loop holster and matching money belt. Holster is fitted for a 5-1/2 inch barrel Colt Single Action Revolver, belt has .38 caliber cartridge loops. Both holster and money belt are stamped S.C. Gallup Saddlery

Lot: 2619 - RARE COLT BULLET MOLD ASSORTMENT.

This impressive lot consists of nine Colt bullet molds (A) Brass mold for Colt Model 1848 Baby Dragoon. Straight leg pattern marked "COLT'S PATENT" and inspected "C". (B) Transitional brass mold for 1848 Baby Dragoon and early 1849 Pocket Models.

Lot: 2620 - CIRCA 1900 H.A. HOLTZER JOCK STRAP HOLSTER

This finely made "Jockstrap" interpretation of a California style "Slim Jim" pattern utilizing an extremely deep, double stitched facing collar to capture the body. Constructed of heavy russet skirting leather the right hand pouch has a low-cut,

Lot: 2621 - PERIOD DOUBLE CASING FOR COLT 1860 ARMY REVOLVERS.

Double cases for Colt 1860s are rare, and this appears to be an original period case. Label attached to bottom of case reading "Allen and Wheellock, Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Etc., 99 Maiden Lane, NY.". Lid of case with modern plate engraved Eustace

Lot: 2622 - IMPRESSIVE LOT OF 5: MECHANICAL CAPPERS FOR LONDON

Group of five mechanical brass capping devices for the Colt pattern revolver. Each unique in their own way as being of different pattern and design. (A) Brass 2 - 1/4" diameter with screw top with geared & numbered cap magazine. Numbered from 1

Lot: 2623 - TOOLED COLT 1851 NAVY SLIM JIM HOLSTER.

California pattern "Slim Jim" holster made to fit a Colt Model 1851 Navy revolver. Exhibiting incised-line floral and vine embellishment typical of the style. Sewn in toe. Unmarked, maker unknown. CONDITION: Overall very good with relatively heavy

Lot: 2624 - GROUP OF FOUR MOLD CHERRIES FROM COLT'S FIREARMS

This interesting group of ephemera consist of four "Cherries" used in the manufacture of bullet molds at the Colt Manufacturing facility in Hartford Connecticut. Three round ball and one conical pattern. (A) .540 diameter round ball with a tool

Lot: 2625 - LOT OF 5: COLT PERCUSSION REVOLVER TOOLS AND SPARE

Group consists of 2 combination tools for the Colt revolver and three nipples for the Colt pocket revolver. (A) Combination tool is blue steel with nipple wrench at one end and turn screw at other. Measures 3 - 1/2 by 1 - 5/8 inches. Provenance Max

Lot: 2626 - SPANISH AMERICAN WAR USN 1889 PATTERN NAVY

Standard model 1889 USN cartridge box. Embossed "USN" on the flap, and "USN" marked on the brass snap. Wood insert. What makes this one special is that it is accompanied by the original wood spindles and brass collars from the "cartridge packs". The

Lot: 2627 - MARTIALLY INSPECTED SIZING DIES FOR THE COLT MODEL

These two unique sizing and resizing dies are made of iron and are marked "FRANKFORD ARSENAL RESIZING DIE No. 170". Inspection H.M. is found on side. The second die is marked "RESIZING DIE FRANKFORD ARSENAL" inspection I.M. is found on side and one

Lot: 2628 - TWO FRAMED VINTAGE FEDERAL DUCK STAMP COLLECTION

The Federal Duck Stamp, formally known as the Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp, is an adhesive stamp issued by the United States federal government that must be purchased prior to hunting for migratory waterfowl. It is also used to gain

Lot: 2629 - OUTSTANDING LETTER FROM SAMUEL COLT TO BROTHER IN

Dated August 3rd, 1861 and penned in Samuel Colts own hand to his brother-in-law, John E. Jarvis. The two page correspondence is instructing Jarvis to reexamine the rifles he has agreed to purchase in Europe and to reject as many as possible to avoid

Lot: 2630 - COLT PAPERWORK REGARDING THE MILITARY PURCHASE OF

Lot consists of: (A) Dated August 1859, a hand written request to Samuel Colt from US Naval Board of Ordnance and Hydrography. Request is for price and delivery time of 100 rifles to the Washington Naval Yard for inspection and approval. (B) Colt

Lot: 2631 - ORIGINAL WINCHESTER A-5 SCOPE AND MOUNTS.

This offering by Winchester was made from 1909-1928. Winchester sold their line of optics to Lyman in 1929 where this model continued in production under the Lyman name as the Model 5-A. That same year, Lyman also bought out the line of fine Stevens

Lot: 2632 - ORIGINAL WINCHESTER B-5 SCOPE AND MOUNTS.

Not much is known about the 'why' of the B-5 scope. It was available from 1909-1917 while the A-5 Model was made from 1909-28. Both were 5x power made on the 3/4" tube. When compared, the B-5 is 1/2" shorter at 15-1/2". Given that they are the same

Lot: 2633 - RARE BOXED WINCHESTER A-5 VINTAGE RIFLE SCOPE AND

Introduced by Winchester in 1909 and continued production until 1928, this fine scope made a name for itself in the trenches of France during World War I with snipers. It was durable and offered great optics, tested under battle conditions, proved




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