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  • SPRINGFIELD "AFPG" U.S. AIR FORCE

    SPRINGFIELD "AFPG" U.S. AIR FORCE

  • COLT RIFLE.

    COLT RIFLE.

  • VERY EARLY BERETTA SELECT RIFLE.

    VERY EARLY BERETTA SELECT RIFLE.

  • EXTREMELY EARLY BERETTA SELECT RIFLE.

    EXTREMELY EARLY BERETTA SELECT RIFLE.

Lot: 1000 - SPRINGFIELD "AFPG" U.S. AIR FORCE PREMIUM GRADE

M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTO MATCH RIFLE. Cal. 7.62 NATO. S# 2268536. Bbl. 24". Rear sight has hooded aperture marked "NM". Rear sight w/ correct conversion to 1/2 minute to windage adjustment. Blade front sight marked on right side "NM 062". These scarce & interesting M1 Garand rifles were modified by US Air Force armorers at the USAF competitive weapons shop at Lackland Air Force base San Antonio, Texas. Serial numbers range between 1,793,846 & 6,798,590. These rifles are found chambered in both 30-06 & 7.62mm NATO. According to "The M1 Garand Rifle" by Bruce Canfield, the 30-06 rifles were reported to have been converted in 1967 or 1968 & the 7.62mm rifles were converted in 1972. The bbl. is marked on the right side "7.62 & 1 SA 5 44". Bbl. marked on left side between front sight & front handguard "AFPG". Bbl. has been highly polished at rear. Bolt is marked "SA" & additionally Electro Pencil "7.62MM". The forward end of bolt is highly polished. Chamber has bushing to convert to shorter NATO cartridge. Mag. does not have block for the shorter cartridge. Rear sight ear polished bright around windage knob. Gas cyl. lock marked on right side "M". Single slot gas cyl. lock screw. Stamped trigger guard. Trigger housing, safety & hammer marked "SA". Operating rod marked "SA". Walnut buttstock & rear handguard. Front handguard is hardwood replacement. Buttstock is marked w/ faint boxed eagle "Defense acceptance stamp" on left side below receiver. Encircled "P" proof at bottom of pistol grip. Buttstock marked on forward end of right side bbl. channel "7 67" & marked w/ S# 8536 to match rifle on left side. Marked in pencil at bottom of bbl. channel "6950" & stamped w/ "2". Stock set has added gloss finish. CONDITION: stock set has light wear & scattered handling marks throughout w/ areas of sm. flakes of missing finish notable on rear handguard. Metal has 80% original parkerized finish w/ light wear & scattered handling marks. Gas cyl. retains most of its original finish but area of bayonet lug has missing finish w/ sm. dents ahead of lug. Bayonet lug is also peened slightly at front edge. Gas cyl. lock has gray coloration. Very good shiny bore w/ sharp lands. (21-3560/RW). CURIO. $3,000-5,000.

Lot: 1001 - FULLY TRANSFERABLE COLT M16 WITH DISSIPATOR UPPER

RECEIVER. Cal. 223. S# 9048932. Bbl. 16". A Colt’s Firearms Division M16 w/ an aftermarket Dissipator upper receiver. Heavy profile bbl. terminated w/ an A2 style muzzle brake. Protected post front sight w/ bayonet lug & sling swivel. Rifle length A2 handguards w/ tapered delta ring. Carry handle upper receiver w/ E2 adj. sights, brass deflector & round forward assist. 10” full length buttstock w/ trapdoor. Lower receiver has correct dark gray finish while upper receiver is dark matte black. GFH Mod. 3 charging handle. MAGS: 1-30 rd. metal mag. CONDITION: normal wear on the gentle side for a typical range gun. Decent bore w/ light rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRASNFERABLE. (03-1516/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $20,000-25,000.

Lot: 1002 - VERY EARLY FULLY TRANSFERABLE BERETTA BM59 SELECT

FIRE RIFLE. Cal. 7.62 NATO. S# X000103. Bbl. 19". Heavily resembling a crossover between the M-1 Garand & the M-14, the Italian BM59 is a creature all to itself. Bridging the gap between the 2 systems we have the receiver style of the M-1 Garand w/ detachable mag. capabilities of the M-14 in the 7.62 NATO cartridge. Housed in a beautiful hardwood stock w/ matching bbl. shroud, it enjoys a dark stain that still illustrates the original wood grain. It has an interesting muzzle brake, sometimes referred to as a Tri-comp, doubling as a grenade launcher, also including a folding grenade sight system. A rugged bipod providing over 11" of clearance, folds tightly under the forearm of the stock when not employed. The front sight is a protected blade style w/ a rear peep sight that is micro adj. for both windage & elevation. The receiver is designed to be top loaded utilizing stripper clips even though it utilizes a detachable 20 rd. proprietary box mag. The fire control selector is located on the front left side of the receiver w/ designations A-S for automatic & semi-automatic. Left rear portion of the receiver is marked “SPRINGFIELD ARMORY’. Extreme rear of the receiver on top is marked “P. BERETTA - 7.62MM BM59 – GARDONE VT – ITALIA – X000103”. Right side charging handle. Folding Winter trigger. Safety is located internally at the front of the triggerguard. Shoulder stock utilizes a rubber buttpad that conceals a folding shoulder rest. Sling swivels front & rear. Several components individually marked “PB BM59” as well as additional markings on side. MAGS: 1-20 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory green & white Springfield Armory cardboard box; assorted manuals & pamphlets as provided by Springfield including the dated original headspace card. CONDITION: exposed metal surfaces still enjoy complete coverage of original matte finish. Very gentle thinning on high spots & on areas of mechanical interaction. Painted section on gas tube is a bit darker than parkerized areas. Muzzle brake has an area at approx. 1 o’clock where the finish has thinned such as would be expected in long term vertical storage. Wood stock has a few light impressions & a sm. amount of staining from gas bleeding at the front portion. All sights move freely & bipod properly intersects w/ designated positions on stock. Bore is bright w/ well pronounced rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1524/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $12,000-18,000.

Lot: 1003 - EXTREMELY EARLY FULLY TRANSFERABLE BERETTA BM59

SELECT FIRE RIFLE. Cal. 7.62 NATO. S# X000089. Bbl. 19". Heavily resembling a crossover between the M-1 Garand & the M-14, the Italian BM59 is a creature all to itself. Bridging the gap between the 2 systems we have the receiver style of the M-1 Garand w/ detachable mag. capabilities of the M-14 in the 7.62 NATO cartridge. Housed in a beautiful hardwood stock w/ matching bbl. shroud, it enjoys a dark stain that still illustrates the original wood grain. It has an interesting muzzle brake, sometimes referred to as a Tri-comp, doubling as a grenade launcher, also including a folding grenade sight system. A rugged bipod providing over 11" of clearance, folds tightly under the forearm of the stock when not employed. The front sight is a protected blade style w/ a rear peep sight that is micro adj. for both windage & elevation. The receiver is designed to be top loaded utilizing stripper clips even though it utilizes a detachable 20 rd. proprietary box mag. The fire control selector is located on the front left side of the receiver w/ designations A-S for automatic & semi-automatic. Left rear portion of the receiver is marked “SPRINGFIELD ARMORY”. Extreme rear of the receiver on top is marked “P. BERETTA - 7.62MM BM59 – GARDONE VT – ITALIA – X000089”. Right side charging handle. Folding Winter trigger. Safety is located internally at the front of the triggerguard. Shoulder stock utilizes a rubber buttpad that conceals a folding shoulder rest. Sling swivels front & rear. Several components individually marked “PB BM59” as well as additional markings on side. MAGS: 1-20 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory green & white Springfield Armory cardboard box numbered to gun. CONDITION: exposed metal surfaces still enjoy complete coverage of original matte finish. Very gentle thinning on high spots & on areas of mechanical interaction. Painted section on gas tube is a bit darker than parkerized areas. Wood stock has a few light impressions & a sm. amount of staining from gas bleeding at the front portion. All sights move freely & bipod properly intersects w/ designated positions on stock. Bore is bright w/ well pronounced rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1523/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $12,000-18,000.

Lot: 1004 - HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER TRANSFERABLE HEAVY SAR-48 MG.

Cal. 7.62 NATO. S# SA4782. Bbl. 25" over brake. Springfield Armory heavy SAR-48 rifle w/ numerous Israeli parts. Heavy wood forend & wooden buttstock w/ shoulder rest & heavy 12” bipod behind 3” flash hider. Protected post front sight, rear graduating peep sight adj. 300-700 meters. Left side non-reciprocating charging handle. Folding carry handle on trunnion above chamber. Adj. gas system. Left side receiver markings: “SAR-48 / 7.62mm SA-4782”. Right side receiver markings: “SPRINGFIELD ARMORY, GENESEO, IL USA” & on mag. well right side: Springfield Armory logo, “1005-SA-48-MATCH”. Right side trigger group marked: “3764”. Left side trigger group marked w/ traditional Hebrew fire control characters. Exposed metal surfaces are finished w/ correct dark gray parkerizing. MAGS: 1-20 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: a spare bbl. assembly including flash hider, bipod, forend, heatshield, & partial front sight assembly. A factory Springfield Armory box. CONDITION: exposed metal surfaces retain the vast majority of their factory finish. Some gentle areas of light thinning are more associated w/ storage than use. Both heavy wooden forends appear free of any major blemishing. Shoulder stock illustrates a few light scratches & impressions. While the exterior finish looks nice & the fire control mechanism is smooth & appears to function correctly when cycled by hand, the bore has succumbed to corrosion that may not be easily removable. Fortunately, the spare bbl. assembly possess a shiny bore w/ strong rifling. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRASNFERABLE. (03-1519/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $10,000-14,000.

Lot: 1005 - EXEMPLARY TRANSFERABLE ARMALITE AR-18 MACHINE GUN.

Cal. 5.56mm. S# A5884. Bbl. 18". Original ArmaLite AR-18 was designed in 1963 in CA as a potential alternative for the U.S. military. When it started to look as though it would not be adopted as a standard service rifle, production was licensed to Howa Machinery Co. in Japan where they began production in 1967. Because military sales to U.S. were affected by Japanese treaty agreements that forbid Japan in selling arms to “belligerent nations”, it was determined rifles could not be sold to the US due to our involvement in Vietnam. In 1974 ArmaLite & Sterling Ltd. in England signed a production agreement to mfg. both the full-auto AR-18 & the semi-auto AR-180 & started mfg. rifles in 1975. This particular example was mfg. for ArmaLite Inc. in Costa Mesa, CA. It is a gas operated piston driven select fire rifle w/ a left side folding stock. Front sight is an elevation adj. protected post. Rear sight is a windage adj. dual aperture peep sight. The rifle is charged by a reciprocating handle on the right side of the rifle. Ambidextrous safety selector controls, black plastic furniture it has the proper muzzle brake & the bayonet lug. MAGS: 2 ArmaLite factory 20 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original shipping box that still bears the label & post mark from Costa Mesa, CA appearing to be dated Dec. 1971 as shipped to original purchaser. An original ArmaLite 2.75x20mm sight complete w/ mount & scope covers w/ intact straps. Scope reticle seems extremely clear & is the inverted post design. CONDITION: original dark gray finish is consistent on all exposed metal surfaces w/ very few telltale signs of normal use & storage. Furniture is free of any noticeable blemishing. Stock locks tightly as intended in both open & closed positions. Shiny bore w/ decent rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRASNFERABLE. (03-1514/JZ). MODERN (CLASSIFIES AS CURIO IN DECEMBER 2021). CLASS III. $9,000-14,000.

Lot: 1006 - ORIGINAL PUSH PIN SWING DOWN HK53 FACTORY

PRE-SAMPLE MG. Cal. 223. S# C111852. Bbl. 8.3". Original German Heckler & Koch Model HK53A2 MG. Extremely desirable, dual push pin, swing down trigger group w/ the correct 0-1-25 plastic housing, w/ paddle mag. release. 8.3” rnd. bbl. terminated w/ threaded muzzle currently wearing factory HK flash hider. Hooded post front sight w/ 4-position drum rear sight. Knight’s Armament forward rail adapter system & covers. Factory A2 fixed buttstock. Correct dark black factory finish. Factory markings on mag. well include: “HK 53 C 111852 / CAL. 5.56X45 / (eagle/N) IE (antler)” signifying 1984 mfg. on left & “MADE IN W-GERMANY / HK CHANTILLY VA” on right. MAGS: 1-25 rd. steel mag. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Knight’s Armament Corp. hard transport case & canvas sling. CONDITION: firearm retains its proper factory black finish on all exposed metal surfaces. Scattered light handling marks appear to be the extent of any degradation. A common area to find a blemished finish is in the area coinciding w/ claw scope mounting, however this particular example illustrates no such marks. Shiny bore w/ decent rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. PRE86 DEALER SAMPLE (KEEPER) REQUIRING AN FFL AND SOT TO PURCHASE. PAPERWORK STATES IMPORTED FOR USE AS A SALES SAMPLE UNDER 26 U.S.C. 5844. (03-1515/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $8,500-12,500.

Lot: 1007 - FULLY TRANSFERABLE BELGIAN .308 MATCH LAR SELECT

FIRE MG. Cal. 308. S# 2503914. Bbl. 22 1/2" over threaded muzzle & brake. A Belgium made Fabrique Nationale .308 match rifle imported by Gun South in Birmingham, AL & converted to select fire by Billistics Inc. of Wallingford, CT. Protected post front sight w/ elevation adj. rear peep sight marked from 200-600m. Plastic slimline forend & pistol grip. Adj. gas system w/ 3 position select fire trigger group. 11" Folding bipod. Metric receiver. Left hand non reciprocating charging handle. Folding carry handle forward of ejection port. Left side controls. 10" Full length buttstock w/ integral rubber recoil pad. Sling swivels front & rear. Correct dark black finish on all exposed metal surfaces. Left side receiver markings: “.308 MATCH”. Right side receiver markings: “FABRIQUE NATIONALE HERSTAL / MADE IN BELGIUM / GUN SOUTH INC. BIRMINGHAM AL”. Internal mag. well markings: “BILLISTICS INC. WALLINGFORD, CT”. MAGS: 1-20 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Springfield factory box, though not matching to firearm. CONDITION: finish on receiver illustrates only a few typical ejection marks that are earned almost immediately, likely indicating very little actual use. Bipod locks tightly in open & close position. Furniture is free of any major blemishing having earned only a few light marks that are typical w/ vertical rack storage. Shiny bore w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRASNFERABLE. (03-1521/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $8,000-12,000.

Lot: 1008 - FULLY TRANSFERABLE SELECT FIRE SPRINGFIELD SAR-48

MG PARATROOPER. Cal. 7.62 NATO. S# SF1006. Bbl. 21 1/2" over threaded muzzle & brake. A Springfield Armory contender in the wildly popular FN/FAL market included this desirable paratrooper configuration. Protected post front sight w/ a dual aperture folding peep rear sight. Plastic slimline forend & pistol grip. Adj. gas system w/ 3 position select fire trigger group. 11” Folding bipod. Metric receiver. Left hand non reciprocating charging handle. Folding carry handle forward of ejection port. Left side controls. Right side folding buttstock. Sling swivels front & rear. Correct dark black factory finish on all exposed metal surfaces. Left side receiver markings “S.A.R. - 48 / 7.62 MM SF-1006”. Right side receiver markings “SPRINGFIELD ARMORY, GENESEO, IL USA”. MAGS: 1-20 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: cardboard & styrofoam shipping box. CONDITION: finish on receiver illustrates typical ejection marks that are earned almost immediately. Bipod locks tightly in open & close position. Stock locks tightly in an open position & does properly retain while folded. Overall, this gun is very tight & doesn’t appear to have seen any excessive use. Bore is bright w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRASNFERABLE. (03-1520/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $8,000-12,000.

Lot: 1009 - EXTREMELY DESIRABLE RAMO 1919 MG SYSTEM.

Cal. 30. S# 600176. Bbl. 24". Mfg. by RAMO. The 1919 is one of the most iconic ground & vehicle mounted machine guns in U.S. Military history w/ such a long range of service, from the early 1920’s through Vietnam, video footage as well as Hollywood films have featured this weapon system in countless reels. Originally it was intended to be the “go-to” Browning design tank gun in WWI, though it was introduced a little too late. It utilizes a heavier bbl. than its water cooled predecessor & traded the massive water jacket for a much slimmer slotted bbl. shroud for air cooling. The 1919A4 is one of the most commonly encountered & was originally issued in both a fixed & flexible platform. The fixed gun was often used on WW2 vehicles, while the flexible had a focus as an infantry company level machine gun. Numerous mounting options were available, including several tripod variants, pedestal mounts & even an A6 variation, which utilized a bipod & shoulder stock, w/ the intention of making it more user friendly. Today, these guns are highly sought after by recreational shooters & reenactors. They saw such a long period of service that spare parts are fairly readily available. This specific offering is comprised of an original part set & is assembled on a RAMO sideplate. Although originally papered as a M1919A4 configuration, there are parts for numerous designs. Currently on the taller M1917A1 tripod, w/ spade grips & precision elevation mechanism, which is a favorite among recreational shooters. Black parkerized finish on all exposed surfaces. Flip up blade style front sight & flip up rear sight w/ adj. peep for windage & elevation up to 2400 yds. Currently chambered in 30-06. Also included is a low profile M2 military tripod w/ T&E mechanism, an A6 bbl. shroud w/ carry handle & bipod, buttstock as well as several other sm. parts & accessories for maintenance/repair. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: M2 tripod mfg. by Appliance dated 1944, spare T&E mechanism, A6 shoulder stock, A6 bbl. shroud w/ bipod, booster & carry handle, Model 1918 belt filling machine, 9 - 250 rd. cloth belts, muzzle boosters, pistol grip, top cover bolt charging handle & early wood ammo crate. CONDITION: all exposed metal parts enjoy a complete parkerized coverage w/ the exception of the bbl. jacket which has worn very thin. Both tripods extend & lock smoothly. 1917 Tripod cradle moves fluidly, as does precision elevation mechanism. Spade grips appear free of any obvious structural damage exhibiting only thinning & typical impressions. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1517/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $6,500-9,500.

Lot: 1010 - SMITH & WESSON MODEL 76 FULLY TRANSFERABLE SMG.

Cal. 9mm. S# U508. Bbl. 8". The Smith 76, as its commonly referred to, as a factory S&W open bolt SMG. It has a left side folding loop style stock. The tubular receiver is similar in aesthetics to the more commonly seen British Sten, although w/ the S&W the mag. protrudes from the bottom in a more traditional design. Dark black factory parkerized finish on exposed metal surfaces. The black plastic pistol grip is integral w/ the folding stock. The receiver incorporates two sling attachment points at approx. the 11 o’clock position. Protected post fixed front sight, fixed protected peep rear sight. Ambidextrous safety/selector. The bbl. nut is very similar in design to that of the combat proven Uzi SMG & utilizes an integral 6" slotted shroud to protect user from contacting a hot bbl. Left side marking on tubular receiver “SMITH & WESSON”. Left side rearward of mag. well “Made in USA / Marcas Registradas / Smith & Wesson / Springfield, MASS.” Safety/selector markings “Safe Semi Full”. Right side marking tubular receiver above pistol grip “MOD76 U4418”. Safety selector markings repeated on right. Right side rear of mag. well is SW Trademark. MAGS: 1-36 rd. CONDITION: parkerizing on exposed metal surfaces is uniform & complete w/ wear shown where safety selector rides over receiver & areas of mechanical intervention, as well as some gentle thinning typically associated w/ rack storage. Folding stock locks correctly in open & closed positions & rubber coating is complete & free of major defect aside from 2 sm. scratches at 6 o’clock on lower loop. Shiny bore w/ well pronounced rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT MG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1512/JZ). CURIO CLASS III. $6,000-9,000.

Lot: 1011 - SWD M-11/NINE SMG.

Cal. 9mm. S# 86-0006989. Bbl. 5.5". The younger brother of the infamous MAC-10 may not have moved out of its shadow as far as Hollywood movies & urban legend is concerned, but as far as becoming a commonly owned civilian SMG, it may actually have taken the top spot. From its introduction to the legislative imposed cutoff of 05-19-1986 the M-11 was a popular & affordable entry level SMG. Its low price was only rivaled by its reliability & these little bullet hoses continue to perform just as well several decades later. This particular example mfg. by SWD of Atlanta GA was mfg. during the final year. The company name was an acronym for Silvia Williams Daniel, the prior spouse of Wayne Daniel who owned the manufacturing rights to the Ingram Model 11 as well as the popular Cobray trademark. Finish on exposed metal surfaces is dark & parkerized. The protected post fixed front sight & single aperture rear sight were sufficient for the extremely fast cyclic rate & aided by a top folding telescoping wire stock. Factory threaded bbl. Left side selector switch. Right side safety parallel to trigger guard. The familiar Cobray snake logo appears on the right rear of the lower receiver. Open bolt select fire action. MAGS: 1-30 rd. Zytel Cobray factory. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory cardboard shipping box w/ fitted Styrofoam insert; 1 Cobray mag. loading tool & factory cleaning rod. CONDITION: finish on exterior metal surfaces enjoys complete coverage w/ only light scratches which are common when storing these in multiple. Gun is devoid of finish thinning even in areas of mechanical intervention indicating that it has been used very little beyond test firing if at all. Bore is shiny w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT SMG REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRANSFERABLE. (03-1505/JZ). MODERN CLASS III. $3,500-4,500.

Lot: 1012 - REGISTERED 12 GAUGE STREET SWEEPER SHOTGUN.

Cal. 12 Ga. S# 93-00192. Bbl. 18". An S/S Cobray design based on the original South African Striker shotgun, which was originally fielded as a riot control tool in the early 1980’s. It utilizes an easily recognizable 12 rd. drum, which functions more like a revolver than a modern self-loading firearm. These guns were extremely popular in niche areas, but became a victim of its own

Lot: 1013 - J. STEVENS ARMS CO. HANDY GUN AOW IN 410 & 22 LR.

Cal. 410. S# 4929. Bbl. 12 1/2". An interesting example of the very popular J. Stevens Handy Gun. Chambered in 410, marked on the top left side of oct. receiver “410 GAUGE ONLY” & Bering S# “4929” on left side of chamber oct & matching on the receiver inside the left pistol grip. Chamber markings on right side of oct. “J. STEVENS ARMS COMPANY CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS U.S.A.”. Bbl., trigger guard, receiver & weighted buttcap all a matching hot blue finish. Brass bead front sight at 6 o’clock on muzzle. Hardwood grip panels, left & right. Extra chambered bbl. of unknown origin, unfinished w/ soldered bead & blade front sight w/ machined rear sight. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: spare 7 1/5" bbl., 22 LR bbl. mechanism, unfinished. Brown sewn leather holster w/ an overall length of 16" that uses a flap style retention & belt loop. Holster fitted for handy gun, bearing the name of the original registrant from 1968. CONDITION: original blued finish on exposed metal surfaces largely remains present w/ non directional thinning, primarily focused on sides. Bore is shiny & action appears to lock crisp & tight. NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT AOW REQUIRING BATF TRANSFER BEFORE TAKING POSSESSION. FULLY TRASNFERABLE. (03-1513/JZ). CURIO CLASS III. $600-1,600.

Lot: 1014 - MODEL OF WWII US 50 CAL BROWNING MG WITH GROUND

MOUNT TRIPOD. Very nicely detailed model of 50 cal. machine gun. Gun measures 30 1/2" long. Tripod measures 26 1/4" overall in extended position. Entire model measures 36 1/2" long, 17 1/2" wide & 10 1/2" tall. Many moveable features including triggers, rear sight, bbl. carrying handle, T&E mechanism. Tripod folds correctly. Model is finished in attractive OD green paint w/ wooden grips. Wooden bolt handle which reciprocates. Feed cover is not designed to be opened. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: includes approx. 14" cloth belt w/ 4 dummy lathe turned steel cartridges. CONDITION: painted finish has light high point wear, scattered scratches & a few scattered spots of white paint. (02-14753/RW). $600-1,200.

Lot: 1015 - GERMAN MG 34 MG BARREL.

24 1/2" Overall length. Bbl. marked "OP 75 dot-40" w/ 4 waffenamts w/ factory code 63 plus German eagle ahead of chamber. Opposite side of bbl. marked "S 9322 5". Bbl. extension marked w/ waffenamt "63" & "790". Hinged tubular metal bbl. carrier w/ center lock. CONDITION: finish appears original w/ thinning in areas of mechanical intervention as expected. Bright bore w/ strong rifling. (02-15623/JZ). $150-250.

Lot: 1016 - SMITH & WESSON CHIEFS SPECIAL "BABY AIRCREWMAN"

AIRWEIGHT DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spl. S# A.F.No.1798. Designed as a lightweight survival revolver for bomber crews. 605 Were shipped to the Air Force in 1953, S#'s A.F.No.1795 - A.F.No.2399. Cyls. were known to burst w/ commercial ammunition. These rare revolvers were ordered destroyed in the late '50's & very few examples in original condition remain. Bbl. 2" w/ rib & serrated ramp front sight. Aluminum alloy frame marked "Property of U.S. Air Force" along backstrap. J frame 4 screw action w/ pinned bbl. & flat cyl. latch. Left side of frame above front of trigger guard has "P" proof mark. .240 Case colored hammer & grooved trigger. 5 Shot cyl. Back of cyl. & bottom of bbl. have matching S# "1798". Inside of frame & crane have assembly No. "2250". Two piece diamond checkered walnut rnd. butt Magna grips w/ silver U.S. Air Force medallions. Back of left grip panel stamped "111/352". UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: black leather flap holster. Front edge marked "55D3513". Flap stamped "USAF". Holster has white cord lanyard. Condition is very good. CONDITION: black anodized frame & cyl. retain over 80% finish showing edge wear, sm. handling marks & spots of finish loss. Bbl. retains 98% blue. Hammer & trigger have lightly faded case colors. Original grip finish shows light wear w/ sm. handling marks. Bright near excellent bore. (21-2954/DS). CURIO. $14,000-22,500.

Lot: 1017 - UNIQUE COLT AIRCREWMAN "A.F. No. 1/2" LIGHTWEIGHT

DA REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spl. S# 4385-LW. The Aircrewman was designed as a lightweight survival revolver for Air Force bomber personnel w/ alloy frame & cyl. Due to ruptured cyls. the majority were destroyed in the late 1950's. Examples in original condition are seldom seen today. Bbl. 2" w/ serrated ramp front sight. Left side of bbl. stamped "AIRCREWMAN" above cal. marking. Backstrap marked "PROPERTY OF U.S. AIR FORCE". Butt of gun marked "A.F. No. 1/2". 6 Shot fluted aluminum cyl. Aluminum frame has rampant colt marking on sideplate. 2 Piece checkered walnut grips w/ silver Air Force medallions. CONDITION: near excellent retaining 99% original finish. bbl. shows slight muzzle wear w/ sm. muzzle scratches on left side. Edges of frame show a few sm. marks. Cyl. shows sm. drag marks. Grips have near excellent finish. Bright, near excellent bore. Face of frame shows no staining or marks from firing. (21-2960/DS). CURIO. $9,500-16,000.

Lot: 1018 - COLT AIRCREWMAN "A.F. No. 1055" LIGHTWEIGHT DA

REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spl. S# 6814-LW. The Aircrewman was designed as a lightweight revolver for Air Force personnel w/ alloy frame & cyl. Due to ruptured cyls. the majority were destroyed in the late 1950's. Examples in original condition are very scarce today. Bbl. 2" w/ serrated ramp front sight. Left side of bbl. stamped "AIRCREWMAN" above cal. marking. Backstrap is marked "PROPERTY OF U.S. AIR FORCE". Butt of gun marked "A.F. No. 1055". 6 Shot fluted aluminum cyl. Aluminum frame has rampant colt marking on sideplate. 2 Piece checkered walnut grips w/ silver Air Force medallions. Back of left grip panel marked "5". CONDITION: alloy frame & cyl. retain over 80% anodized finish showing edge & carry wear. Bbl. retains 80% blue showing muzzle wear. Grips have lightly worn finish showing scattered dents & handling marks. Bore is bright w/ near excellent rifling. (21-2958/DS). CURIO. $8,500-13,500.

Lot: 1019 - SMITH & WESSON MODEL 13 USAF "AIRCREWMAN" DA

REVOLVER. Cal. 38 Spl. S# C259829. The Aircrewman was a lightweight revolver produced from 1951-1957. The Air Force used special loads that were safe w/ the aluminum cyls., however many ruptured when used w/ standard ammunition. In the late 1950's the Air Force recalled the revolvers & ordered them to be destroyed & sold for scrap metal. Consequently, very few of the approx. 40,000 survive today in original condition. Bbl. 2" w/ rib & serrated ramp front sight. Left side marked "AIRWEIGHT" over cal. marking. Alloy frame, top strap marked "REVOLVER, LIGHTWEIGHT, M 13". Backstrap marked "Property of U.S. Air Force". 6 Shot fluted aluminum cyl. 5 Screw action w/ pinned bbl. & flat cyl. latch. .240 Hammer & serrated trigger. 2 Piece walnut diamond checkered rnd. butt Magna grips w/ silver S&W medallions. Left grip along backstrap near butt hand stamped "21". Inside of right grip panel numbered "2S9/338". Back of extractor & cyl. under extractor have assembly No. "4690". Assembly No. on inside of frame "5569". Yoke numbered "43354". Bbl. & cyl. have no S# markings. CONDITION: frame & cyl. retain over 80% black finish showing edge wear & scattered handling marks. Bbl. retains 95% blue. Hammer & trigger retain sm. amounts of faded case colors. Cyl. swings out very stiffly. Cyl. pin latch on bbl. is missing plunger spring & retaining pin. Grips have lightly worn finish showing sm. dents & handling marks. Bright bore retaining near excellent rifling. (21-2957/DS). CURIO. $3,750-5,500.

Lot: 1020 - SMITH & WESSON MODEL 15-3 USAF DA REVOLVER.

Cal. 38 Spl. S# 3K77100. In the late 1960's, approx. 2,000 Model 15's were shipped to Warner Robbins Air Force Base for use by security personnel. Left side of frames marked "U.S.A.F." Bbl. 4" w/ rib & serrated ramp front sight. Square notch adj. rear sight. 3 Screw K frame action w/ pinned bbl. 6 Shot fluted cyl. Case colored .375 target hammer. 2 Piece checkered walnut Magna square butt grips w/ silver S&W medallions. CONDITION: revolver retains over 80% blue showing muzzle & carry wear w/ scattered areas of light surface corrosion. Hammer & trigger retain 80% lightly faded case colors showing surface corrosion on right side of trigger. Grips have moderately worn finish. Bright, near excellent bore. (21-2956/DS). CURIO. $2,750-4,500.

Lot: 1021 - COLT COMMANDO DA REVOLVER.

Cal. 38 Spl. S# 19391. Bbl. 4" rnd. w/ semi circular front sight. Left side of bbl. marked "COLT COMMANDO / 38 SPECIAL". 6 Shot fluted swing out cyl. Matte parkerized finish. No visible military markings. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips. Mfg. 1942. CONDITION: 80% metal finish showing edge & carry wear w/ pronounced cyl. drag line. Grips show sm. handling marks. Bore is generally bright showing sm. spots of frosted appearance retaining strong rifling. (21-2684/DS). CURIO. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1022 - COLT 1917 US ARMY DA REVOLVER.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 188598. Bbl. 5 1/2" w/ blade front sight. 6 Shot fluted swing out cyl. Military blue finish, hammer has polished sides. 2 Piece smooth walnut grips. Butt is marked "U.S. / ARMY / MODEL / 1917" & "No. / 49 /554" around lanyard loop. 1919 Mfg. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: US marked flap holster in fair condition. 6 Half moon clips. CONDITION: 90% lightly faded metal finish showing edge & carry wear. Sanded & refinished grips show wear & handling marks. Bore is bright w/ sharp rifling. (21-3725/DS). CURIO. $900-1,400.

Lot: 1023 - COLT 1917 US ARMY DA REVOLVER.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 216747 Bbl. 5 1/2" rnd. w/ blade sight. 6 Shot swing out cyl. Military finish, hammer has polished sides. 2 Piece smooth walnut grips. Butt is marked "U.S. / ARMY / MODEL / 1917" & "No. / 71 / 606" around lanyard ring. 1919 Mfg. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: US marked leather flap holster in fair condition. CONDITION: Over 80% original finish showing carry wear & spots of flaking. Grips show light wear & handling marks. Bore retains strong rifling showing some fouling. (21-3774/DS). CURIO. $900-1,500.

Lot: 1024 - COLT 1917 US ARMY DA REVOLVER.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 155314. Bbl. 5 1/2" w/ blade front sight. Solid frame action w/ 6 shot swing out cyl. Military finish. Butt w/ lanyard loop is marked "U.S. / ARMY / MODEL / 1917 / No / 2 / 877". 2 Piece checkered Coltwood replacement grips w/ silver Rampant Colt medallions. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: full moon 45 ACP clip. CONDITION: 70% dull faded blue showing edge & carry wear w/ cyl. drag line & spots of pitting. Very good grips. Dark bore w/ worn rifling. (21-2577/DS). CURIO. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1025 - SMITH & WESSON MODEL 60 REVOLVER WITH

DOCUMENTED VIETNAM HISTORY. Cal. 38 Spl. S# R462. Bbl. 1 7/8" pinned w/ serrated ramped blade front sight & frame notched rear. Mfg. 1969 w/in S# range R001-R30000.; total production 1965-1996. Stainless w/ flash chromed hammer & grooved face trigger. Matching numbered checkered walnut rnd. butt Magna grips. Personal side arm of 1st Lieutenant William L. Sullivan, Infantry Unit Commander in 101st Airborne, who was killed in action. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: near excellent 2 piece blue box w/ 3-67 manual & cleaning rod/brush. Numerous papers documenting return of his personal effects to next of kin along w/ personal 10 May 70 dated letter in Military postage free envelope to Dr. Robert Ayres of Lincoln NE. 10 Dec 69 bill of sale to Sullivan & note from Sullivan's widow giving revolver to Bob (Ayres). Tremendous history & documentation from Vietnam era & famous 101st Airborne. CONDITION: very faint cyl. turn line & minimal firing residue on face of cyl. plus near breech end of bbl.; all other aspects near excellent including bore & grips. Firearm likely carried deeply concealed & protected or not at all due to its great condition. (21-3609/NW). CURIO. $600-1,000.

Lot: 1026 - COLT COMMANDO SPECIAL DA REVOLVER.

Cal. 38 Spl. S# AA06045. Bbl. 2" w/ ramp front sight & shrouded ejector. 6 Shot swing out cyl. Matte parkerized finish. Hammer has polished sides. 2 Piece rubber grips w/ silver Rampant Colt medallions. 1985 Mfg. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: foam lined wood grained box w/ matching numbered label containing instruction manual, factory congratulations letter, repair service, NRA & Colt Companion brochures. CONDITION: 98% metal finish showing cyl. drag line w/ slight muzzle & carry wear. Very good grips. Bright near excellent bore. (21-3303/DS). MODERN. $500-800.

Lot: 1027 - SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1917 REVOLVER.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 59809. Bbl. 5 1/2" pinned w/ semi circular blade front sight; frame notched rear. Matching S# on frame, bbl., cyl. & extractor. Matching assembly no. on crane, yoke & bbl. Flaming bomb proof at top left rear of frame. Smooth walnut grips. Case colored trigger & hammer. CONDITION: good overall appearance as refinished w/ holster like high point wear most noticeable on cyl. & sides of bbl. near muzzle. Light marks on grips but no chips. Missing lanyard loop. Good to very good bore w/ minimal wear & hint of frosting. (21-2645/NW). CURIO. $450-600.

Lot: 1028 - COLT 1900 SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 38 Rimless (38 ACP). S# 3414. Bbl. 6". Slide has front serrations w/ semi circular front sight & U notch rear. Blue finish. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips. 1902 Mfg. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. CONDITION: 30% fading blue in protected areas blending w/ areas of having faded gray appearance & showing scratches & handling marks. Grips show light wear. Bore has lightly frosted appearance w/ worn rifling. (21-3707/DS). CURIO. $1,500-2,500.

Lot: 1029 - COLT 1900 SIGHT SAFETY MODEL SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 38 Rimless (38 ACP). S# 425. This desirable pistol was Colt's first production semi automatic handgun. Bbl. 6". Long slide w/ rear serrations having rear sight safety & semi circular front sight. Left side is marked "BROWNING'S PATENT / PAT'D APRIL 28,1897" followed by Colt markings w/ Hartford address. Spur style hammer. 2 Piece smooth walnut grips. Approx. 3,500 mfg. 1900-1903. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. mag. retaining 15% original nickel finish w/ sm. dents in left side. CONDITION: frame retains over 50% dull blue fading to gray. Slide retains sm. amounts of fading blue blending into a light patina showing spots of corrosion & handling marks. Grips have a lightly darkened worn appearance w/ numerous scratches & marks. Bore has a lightly frosted appearance w/ lightly worn rifling showing some very light pitting. (21-3381/DS). CURIO. $2,500-3,500.

Lot: 1030 - COLT MODEL 1902 MILITARY SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 38 Rimless (38 ACP). S# 14253. Bbl. 6". Early production, marked "MODEL 1902" w/ front slide serrations. Left side of slide is marked w/ Hartford address & patent dates ending w/ Sept. 9, 1902. Semi circular front sight w/ fixed U notch rear sight. Snub type hammer. Slide lock device on left side of frame. Blue finish w/ lanyard ring on left side at butt. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips. Approx. 18,000 mfg. 1902-1929. MAGS: 1 detachable 8 rd. two tone mag. retaining 90% lightly worn blue. CONDITION: metal retains approx. 25% worn blue fading to gray brown patina showing spots of corrosion & handling marks. Grips show light wear. Bore retains sound rifling showing some darkness in grooves. (21-3379/DS). CURIO. $1,750-2,500.

Lot: 1031 - COLT 1902 MILITARY SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 38 Rimless (38 ACP). S# 41638. Bbl. 6". Slide has rear serrations w/ semi circular front sight & U notch rear sight. Left side has 1897 & 1902 patent dates w/ Hartford address. Blue finish w/ lanyard loop on left side. Case colored spur type hammer. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips. 1919 Mfg. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. CONDITION: 60% lightly faded blue showing edge & carry wear w/ sm. spots of corrosion. Grips show moderate wear. Bore has frosted appearance w/ lightly worn rifling. (21-3708/DS). CURIO. $2,250-3,250.

Lot: 1032 - COLT MODEL 1902 "ALASKAN" DA REVOLVER.

Cal. 45 Colt. S# 45996. Bbl. 6" w/ blade front sight & Hartford address. 6 Shot long flute cyl. Blue finish w/ elongated trigger & enlarged trigger guard. Right side of frame is stamped 'US" & "ITT" inspectors mark. Left side of frame & trigger guard has "R.A.C." inspectors mark. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips w/ lanyard ring at butt. CONDITION: 30% lightly faded blue fading to patina showing scattered light pitting & handling marks. Grips show light wear. Lightly frosted bore w/ scattered spots of light pitting. (21-2673/DS). CURIO. $1,200-1,800.

Lot: 1033 - COLT INSCRIBED NEW ARMY & NAVY REVOLVER.

Cal. 41 Colt. S# 98893. Bbl. 6" w/ semi circular front sight. Last patent date March 5, 95. Dbl. action w/ 6 shot fluted swing out cyl. 2 Piece pearl replacement grips. Backstrap has inscription "Lieut J W Smith 2nd Regt US / From N O Stenographers Assn July 1898". Civilian Sales model mfg. 1898. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Colt factory letter indicating this revolver was shipped on May 31, 1898 to Simmons Hardware Company with a total of 20 guns in shipment. US marked flap holster. CONDITION: 70% lightly faded blue showing carry wear w/ spots of corrosion. Grip panels have chips at toe & heel. Right panel is broken & repaired above attachment screw. Bore is bright retaining strong rifling. PROVENANCE: The Estate Collection of Gary Parietti. (01-19687/DS). ANTIQUE. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1034 - COLT 1903 HAMMER POCKET SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 38 Rimless (38 ACP). S# 36073. Bbl. 4 1/2". Slide has rear serrations w/ semi circular front sight & U notch rear sight. Left side has 1897 & 1902 patent dates w/ Hartford address. Blue finish. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips. 1916 Mfg. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. CONDITION: 70% lightly faded blue showing wear spots & scattered corrosion. Right grip panel shows light wear. Left grip panel is broken & glued through lower screw hole showing sm. chips & checkering wear. Bore has lightly worn rifling. (21-3709/DS). CURIO. $900-1,400.

Lot: 1035 - COLT ENGRAVED MODEL 1903 POCKET SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 32 ACP. S# 411857. Bbl. 3 3/4". Mfg. 1922 (1903-1945) w/ Colt checkered hard rubber grips. Blued w/ full engraving by Rod Dilling of Lake Placid FL. Type III (1910-1926, S# 105051-468096) w/out mag. safety or bbl. bushing. Floral engraving w/ some punch dot backgrounds including grip straps, trigger guard & dust cover; marked "R. Dilling" behind left grip. MAGS: very good 8 rd. w/ engraving on base. CONDITION: near excellent metal finish as reblued after engraving w/ all markings well preserved. Noticeable hand wear on grips but no damage. Good plus bore w/ light to moderate wear & even light pitting. PROVENANCE: Collection of Alan Bradley Shepherd. (21-3438/NW). CURIO. $1,000-2,000.

Lot: 1036 - COLT MODEL 1905 SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 2770. Bbl. 5". Slide has rear serrations w/ semi circular front sight & fixed U notch rear sight. Standard model, left side of slide has Colt markings w/ Hartford address & patent dates ending w/ Dec. 1905. Case colored spur type hammer. Blue finish. 2 Piece checkered walnut grips. Mfg. 1908. Approx. 6,100 mfg. 1905-1911. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. CONDITION: frame retains 60% blue fading to gray in carry areas w/ scattered scratches & marks. Slide retains sm. amounts of fading blue blending w/ a light patina showing scattered spots of corrosion & handling marks. Grips have darkened appearance showing handling marks & spots of checkering wear. Bore shows light pitting & darkness w/ worn rifling. (21-3380/DS). CURIO. $2,250-3,250.

Lot: 1037 - COLT 1905 SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 1979. Bbl. 5" Slide has rear serrations w/ blade front sight & U notch rear sight. Left side has 1897, 1902 & 1905 patent dates w/ Hartford address. Rounded hammer. Blue finish. 2 Piece checkered walnut grips. 1907 Mfg. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. CONDITION: 40% dull blue fading to gray / brown. Very good grips w/ sharp checkering. Bore has frosted appearance w/ lightly worn rifling. (21-3710/DS). CURIO. $2,000-3,000.

Lot: 1038 - COLT MODEL "M" 1908 POCKET HAMMERLESS SEMI AUTO

PISTOL. Cal. 380 ACP. S# 3723. Bbl. 3 3/4". Semi circular front sight w/ fixed U notch rear sight. Blue finish. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips. 1909 Mfg. Over 138,000 mfg. 1908-1945. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 1 piece box w/ proper label. Box edges show light tattering. CONDITION: 80% lightly faded blue showing carry wear w/ scattered spots of freckling & finish loss w/ a few sm. marks. Grips show moderate wear. Bore has lightly frosted appearance w/ sound rifling. (21-2571/DS). CURIO. $600-900.

Lot: 1039 - COLT NICKELED MODEL1908 VEST POCKET SEMI-AUTO

PISTOL. Cal. 25 ACP. S# 401437. Bbl. 2". Mfg. 1935 (1908-1946) w/ nickel finish & authentic mother of pearl grips pencil numbered to pistol. MAGS: very good factory marked 6 rd. w/ faint peeling finish near edges of base plate. CONDITION: very good appearance w/ some peeling finish at front of slide leaving bright in the white metal. Left side of frame has three 1/4" diameter spots of medium oxidation w/ 2 of 3 being covered by grip. Grips have almost satin surface appearance but w/ no chips or cracks & nice presentation. Very good appearing bore w/ internally visible ring about 3/8" before muzzle. PROVENANCE: Collection of Alan Bradley Shepherd. (21-3447/NW). CURIO. $500-750.

Lot: 1040 - COLT M1908 VEST POCKET SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 25 ACP. S# 40553. Bbl. 2". Blue finish w/ case colored trigger & grip safety. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber Rampant Colt grips. 1911 Mfg. MAGS: 2 detachable 6 rd. CONDITION: 60% lightly faded blue showing carry wear w/ scattered corrosion. Grips show light wear. Bore has worn rifling w/ light pitting. (21-3767/DS). CURIO. $400-600.

Lot: 1041 - VERY RARE COLT GOVERNMENT MODEL COCKING INDICATOR

PROTOTYPE SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. S# C113293. This pistol was once part of the Colt Factory Collection having inventory #695. It was later donated to Connecticut State Library in 1950s & deaccessioned in late 1970s. Museum card #695 notes that it is a "Commercial Experimental". Truly historical, one of a kind Colt pistol. Further supporting its experimental nature, it is w/out the VP trigger guard inspection proof having only a "G" stamped on frame by disconnector & "3" on top of rail near feed ramp plus "5" stamped on underside of slide at center just behind breech face. Unusual aspect is left side of slide has rampant Colt at midpoint plus "COLT AUTOMATIC CALIBRE .45" to its left w/ no other markings such as patent dates. On slide at top edge of left just forward of cocking grooves is keyhole shaped screw attached piece having spring loaded component that protrudes when cartridge is at breech face serving as loaded chamber indicator. Bbl. 5" blued w/ port area in the white. Area in front of legs marked w/ what appears to be left half of Gothic H (rnd. surface likely limited full mark) plus slightly below & to right, Gothic S; viewed w/ breech up. Mfg. 1919 w/ wide spur hammer, flat mainspring housing having lanyard loop, double diamond checkered walnut grips plus checkered slide stop & wide tab thumb safety. Long blued steel trigger, short tang grip safety & blunt legs on spring guide. MAGS: very good to excellent 7 rd. 2 tone having pinned base. Blued portion near excellent w/ upper unfinished portion having gray tone w/ in the white spots. Center of follower, aligned with bore axis, has cartridge formed wear line. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: copy of 16 March 1995 Richard Ellis evaluation, he comments further state it has 99% of its original factory finish & is original in all respects; information statement plus photocopy of Colt #695 museum card (in multiple list) giving pertinent info & hand written note stating "SOLD" plus "Connecticut Library Museum". CONDITION: near excellent overall appearance having very faint thinning at high points on front of slide & at transition points of slide's sides to its rnd. top. Polished throat & feed ramp. Near excellent bore & extremely minimal function wear on bbl. plus rails of slide & frame. Very faint frame mark from improper slide stop installation. (21-2963/NW). CURIO. $10,000-15,000.

Lot: 1042 - COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# C43414. Bbl. 5". Mfg. May 29, 1916 per 2015 Colt letter that further states no other records available. Left side of frame at front has added Cyrillic markings (English Order) to resemble Russian contract model. Right side of slide has standard commercial markings. Left side has per Wilson’s reference book correct patent date markings but slightly unusual in that rampant Colt is at rear of slide rather than between lettering; much like period military markings. Colt name & address is more like style having C of Colts to left of H in Hartford rather than reverse. Bbl. marked in front of legs w/ “P” & faint larger “K”. Top of frame marked “T” & “S” by disconnector. Left side of trigger guard w/ “VP” proof plus “D” near mag. release; right side blank. All period correct features including double diamond walnut grips. MAGS: 1 very good cleaned 2 tone 7 rd. w/ lanyard loop. Blued follower w/ unused appearance. 1/4" Spot of oxidation near top of spine. Bright portion has appearance of buffing; especially notable at latch slot. Top rear of feed lips appear reshaped. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 2015 dated factory letter stating there are no records for this gun. CONDITION: generally very good appearance w/ reasonable use & holster wear. Noticeable spotty finish loss on front strap as if by acidic hands; similar appearance on grip safety to lesser degree & even better appearing mainspring housing. Noticeable even use wear on bbl. exterior w/ fair even light pitting throughout bore. Very good left grip w/ only slight mid-point diamond wear. Darker right grip having more pronounced uniform diamond top wear plus sm. chip in top diamond near screw. Well cared for example w/ no signs of oxidation nor typical frame scratch from improper slide stop installation. (21-32/NW). CURIO. $2,000-3,000.

Lot: 1043 - COLT MODEL 1911 RUSSIAN CONTRACT SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# C74120. Bbl. 5"; correct is Colt Type 3 or 4 which have "P" & "H" markings on top (no traces). Left leg has horizontal "9" reading muzzle down. Right leg has very faint "P". In front of legs solidly stamped sm. "P". Per Harrison's reference book, closest approx. of bbl. would be Remington - UMC Type 15 as it's the only listed bbl. w/ "P" on right leg. Mfg. 1916 as part of 51,000 Russian contract from S# C23000-C89000 w/ Cyrillic writing on left side of dust cover that translates to "English Order". Depth of stamping & style of letters appears original. Correct style slide stop & safety tab having checkering w/ milled undercut. Hammer is Colt Type A used on earliest 1911's up to S# 8900 rather than Type C. Top of frame w/ "G" & "S" inspector marks; correct w/out military inspection but w/ VP proof on trigger guard. All other features appear correct for model. MAGS: very good unmarked 2 tone 7 rd. CONDITION: good plus overall appearance retaining nearly all of commercial style refinish w/ noticeable polishing & traces of prior pitting. All markings clear & readable. Colt style double diamond checkered walnut grips w/ 14 rows of checkering; left grip is after market replacement; right appears original & both grips appear very good. Unfinished firing pin retainer. Light function wear on front of bbl. w/ polishing over chamber having light pitting. Fair worn bore w/ even light to moderate pitting. (21-3712/NW). CURIO. $2,250-3,250.

Lot: 1044 - COLT COMMERCIAL MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# C94845. Bbl. 5" blued w/ "W" on left leg & "V" in front of legs. Mfg. 1917 w/ proper Colt markings on right side of slide; per Wilson's Colt reference book. Left side markings are correct by type & position but rampant Colt is behind cocking grooves rather than in space between markings. Checkered walnut double diamond grips. Checkered slide stop & safety both having undercuts. Proper long steel trigger & flat smooth mainspring housing w/ lanyard loop. Short grip safety & wide checkered hammer spur. Half moon blade front sight & U notched flat top rear. Port section of bbl. is in the white. Left side of trigger guard has "VP" proof plus "b" near mag. release; no marks on right side. MAGS: 1 very good, unmarked all blued 7 rd. CONDITION: very nice appearance as professionally restored w/ all markings well preserved. Frontstrap has spotty finish loss along w/ thinning at bottom of mainspring housing. Light thinning at high points such as dust cover & muzzle end of slide plus occasional light marks or spot of peppery oxidation. Near excellent grips; screws have slight slot marks. Very good bore w/ traces of lead build up. (21-2565/NW). CURIO. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1045 - COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 326065. Bbl. 5" Type 5 w/ joined "HP" proof. Mfg. 1918 w/in 347,000 unit Army contract. Most correct features & markings including Eagle "S14" proof plus "H" provisional acceptance mark on slide & top of frame. Thumb safety has correct thick tab but w/out milling undercut as used after S# 425000. Type 5 bbl. & some type 4's used after S# 425000. Correct Type C border checkered hammer created from modified Type B w/ shorter spur. MAGS: fair Springfield Armory 7 rd. w/ lanyard loop mfg. 1914 - March 1916. Noticeably cleaned pitting & no finish. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: generic storage box. CONDITION: very good general appearance as refinished over some areas of prior pitting mostly at front of slide. Clear markings w/ slight thinning near front left side of slide. Finish has somewhat dull tone, especially on frame. Good grips w/ noticeable wear at bottom of each. All of bbl. exterior polished bright having plated appearance; normal appearing port section. Good plus bore w/ light wear & hint of frosting. (21-963/NW). CURIO. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1046 - COLT 1911 A1 COMMERCIAL ARGENTINE NAVY SEMI-AUTO

PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. S# C177107. Bbl.5" in the white replacement marked "-COLT 45 AUTO-" that is noticeably throated & polished; blued link & pin. Mfg. 1934 for Argentine Navy having "MARINA ARGENTINA" on right side of slide between cocking grooves & front of port along w/ Colt legend plus rampant Colt forward of Naval marking. Consignor notes state 1 of 600 contracted to Argentine Navy during 1935 w/in contract S# range of C177000 to C177800. Left side of slide has Colt patent legend markings. Trigger guard bow has VP proof & inspector mark. Top of frame w/ "S" by disconnector. Correct wide spur hammer plus checkered slide stop & thumb safety w/out undercuts. Smooth flat mainspring housing w/ lanyard loop. Fully checkered oiled walnut grips. Thin semi circular blade front sight & U notched rear. Slide numbered 177302 under firing pin retainer. MAGS: 1 good blued 7 rd. w/ matte base marked "COLT / 45AUTO.". CONDITION: about good appearance as reparkerized w/ numerous wear & rub marks throughout. Markings light but readable. Commercial blued replacement mag. release, hammer strut, extractor, hammer pin & sear pin. Stiff resistant thumb safety likely due to Parkerizing or possibly replacement parts. Hand worn grips w/ all attachment screws having damaged slots plus lower left screw is stripped. All aspects of bbl. near excellent. (21-3718/NW). CURIO. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1047 - COLT MODEL 1911A1 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 2271522. Bbl. 5" High Standard Type 18 rather than Colt Type 6. Mfg. 1945 as part of lg. Army contract. Hammer is proper Type E, but variation 2 rather than 1. Mainspring housing is arched Type 5 (8 ribs) rather than Type 2 checkered. All remaining aspects & proofs are correct including lg. ring Coltwood checkered grips & GHD inspection. MAGS: 1 Good unmarked 7 rd. CONDITION: good overall appearance w/ frame having arsenal refinished appearance yet slide appears original w/ more spotty finish loss & light oxidation. Frame has more finish w/ loss showing mostly on dust cover & upper portion of front strap. Very good grips & very good plus bore. (21-2676/NW). CURIO. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1048 - COLT MODEL 1911A1 SPRINGFIELD REWORK SEMI-AUTO

PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. S# 855934. Bbl. 5" correct Colt Type 6. Mfg. 1942; US armories did reworks from 1924-1956. Proper sandblast finish before parkerizing w/ markings slightly compromised. Later slide lock blued w/ grooves rather than checkering; proper checkered thumb safety. Correct Type D wide spur hammer. Slide has marking position of 1918-1919 style but w/ late production wide front sight & square notched rear. P proofs on frame & slide appear different types. Coltwood Type 7 checkered grips but w/ somewhat smaller rings than usual. MAG: 1 near excellent modern aftermarket unmarked 7 rd. w/ rnd. top follower. CONDITION: good plus appearance w/ even wear at high points along w/ some thinning & signs of prior oxidation. Good plus bore w/ slight wear & traces of frosting. Very good grips; bottom right screw w/out finish. (21-2681/NW). CURIO. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1049 - COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 357325. Bbl. 5" Type 4 correctly marked P & H over chamber. Mfg. May 1918 to Oct. 1918 w/in S# 290000 to 450000; additionally part of single largest Army contract of pistols in either WWI or WWII. Type D hammer as used in WWII; Type C safety tab w/out milling cut rather than Type B used below 425000. H provisional mark properly on frame & slide but not visible on bbl.; likely due to function wear. All other features correct including Springfield S15 proof. Correct "rough finish" w/ its characteristic dark color. MAGS: good unmarked 2 tone 7 rd. w/ shortened lip & no lanyard loop. CONDITION: slide has fair appearance w/ light peppery oxidation mixed w/ patina toned spotty finish loss; right side of slide best appearing. More spotty finish loss having patina tone in grip area plus peppery oxidation & finish wear on dust cover. Most of frame sides is good plus w/ most finish intact. All markings very sharp w/out refinish. Bbl. exterior w/ function wear; noticeable at rear of hood plus corresponding area of breech face. Bore about good w/ light wear & slight frosting showing mostly in corners. Noticeable wear on bottom third of right grip; left grip much better. (21-3515/NW). CURIO. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1050 - COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 255641. Bbl. 5" Colt Type 6 as used from S# 710000 to end production plus as used by some other manufacturers. Mfg. 1918 as part of largest contract for WWI or WWII. All correct features except borderless checkered Colt Type D hammer as used in WWII & by other manufacturers. Double diamond checkered walnut grips w/ proper 15 rows of checkering. Correct JMG inspection initials. H provisional inspection on rear of slide & top of frame. MAGS: good unmarked 2 tone 7 rd. w/ shortened lip on base. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: generally good brown flap holster dated 1916 w/ "T.O.C." by date. US in oval in front along w/ top of flap razor blade cut w/ "D18A" over "60" (or 66); bottom of flap stamped "5MM5 46" over cut "40". Bottom of holster packed w/ old paper to support muzzle & give shape to bottom that is missing rear eyelet. CONDITION: frame about very good appearing original brushed blue finish w/ thinning in grip area & high points of dust cover. Thumb safety appears replacement w/ more vivid blue plus slight loss on top of tab; hammer w/ similar appearance. Slide appears original finish w/ some light cleaned oxidation spots & much less finish than frame; replacement extractor. Very good plus bbl. exterior w/ near excellent bore; replacement w/ better finish & wear than what matches slide. Very good grips w/ minimal hand wear. (21-3713/NW). CURIO. $1,500-2,250.

Lot: 1051 - COLT MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 385509. Bbl. 5" correct Colt Type 4 as used to S# 425000 w/ "P" & "H" over chamber. Left leg appears stamped "D" as read w/ muzzle down plus "5" in front of legs. Mfg. May to Oct. 1918. Provisional "H" marked on rear of slide plus on top of frame by disconnector along w/ "G". Correct checkered undercut slide lock but later replacement checkered thumb safety w/out undercut as used after S# 425000. Colt Type D hammer w/ borderless checkering as used in WWII. All other features correct including eagle S5 inspector proof. Colt dbl. diamond walnut grips w/ correct 15 rows of checkering. MAGS: very good parkerized Ridson 7 rd. Top of tab marked "R"; bottom of tab marked "C-R" indicating for Colt use. Colt - Ridson marking unusual as most dbl. marked Colt mags. were Scovill or MS Little. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: good plus well oiled holster by "Graton & Knight Co." dated "1943". "U.S." on back above maker & on flap in oval. CONDITION: slide appears polished w/out refinish in order to clean light oxidation that is still prevalent in right cocking grooves. Frame well worn w/ left side of dust cover polished & finish touch up to remove US Property mark plus sm. V notch at tip of dust cover. Hand wear & patina in grip area & light cleaned pitting on sides of trigger. Very good finish on thumb safety & hammer. New replacement bbl. link w/ slightly loose pin. Normal exterior bbl. wear; good plus bore w/ slight wear & hint of frosting. Very good grips w/ slight wear near butt showing mostly on right. Spring plug w/out finish except in checkering. Replacement extractor. (21-3765/NW). CURIO. $900-1,400.

Lot: 1052 - ITHACA MODEL 1911 A1 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 868114. Bbl. 5" correct Type 6 w/ "G" in front of legs. Mfg. 1943. Type E narrow hammer used after S# 1700000. Balance of features on frame are correct including sm. ring Keyes Fibre grips plus FJA inspector mark & ordnance proof. 1942 Colt slide numbered 757813 w/ proper ramp serrated front sight & U notched rear. P proof on slide & frame yet by different stamps. MAGS: good to very good 2 tone unmarked 7 rd. w/ flush pins & short tab on base. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: very good dark brown "US" marked flap holster w/ snap retention. Back has metal for attachment to web belt plus slots for conventional belt. Double eyelets on bottom. CONDITION: good plus general appearance as refinished w/ spotty appearance on front strap from prior oxidation. Abnormal finish loss around slide stop. Light high point wear & faint occasional rub marks. Top front half of slide has lighter appearance like front strap. Blued bbl. near excellent in all respects. (21-3723/NW). CURIO. $1,500-2,000..

Lot: 1053 - COLT MODEL 1911 A1 BRITISH LEND LEASE SEMI-AUTO

PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. S# 1196315. Bbl. 5" correct Type 6 w/ "F" in front of legs & additional British proofs over chamber visible at port. Mfg. 1943 as part of lg. Army contract. Matching British proofs on right rear of frame, right rear of slide & right rear of bbl.; (visible at port). Additional British stampings applied when released as surplus in most common year of 1952; bottom rear of slide in front of cocking grooves w/ "RELEASED" over "BRITISH GOVT. 1952". Very sm. & light stamping of "NOT ENGLISH MAKE" bordered by zigzag outline above right front of trigger guard. Proper US markings of P proofs plus GHD inspector mark & ordnance proof. Per Harrison's definitive ref. book, all aspects are correct except replacement sm. ring, Keyes Fibre grips rather than Type 7 Coltwood. MAGS: 1 good MS Little blued 7 rd. having "L" & no visible traces of base pins; when used by Colt marked "C-L". CONDITION: very good original finish w/ all markings clear & British release markings properly applied after finish. Typical high point holster wear most noticeable on tops of sights & front sides of slide w/ left also having light cleaned pitting; flat bright spot on top of thumb safety tab. Good plus bore w/ slight wear & faint frosting. Near excellent grips. (21-3722/NW). CURIO. $1,500-2,500.

Lot: 1054 - COLT 1911A1 GOVERNMENT MODEL

COMMERCIAL SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. S# 281429-C. Bbl. 5" replacement Mark IV Series 70. MH3 custom 3 dot night sights. Blued finish. Mainspring housing has added checkering. 2 Piece checkered walnut grips w/ Rampant Colt medallions. Mfg. 1957. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Protecta-gun box. CONDITION: 95% blue showing light carry wear & sm. marks. Grips show wear & spots of dark staining. Bright bore retains strong rifling. (21-972/DS). CURIO. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1055 - COLT GOVERNMENT MODEL SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 2855132. Bbl. 5". Blued finish on frame & slide. 3 Dot drift adj. rear sight w/ fixed front blade. Rear serrations. Left side controls. Hardwood checkered dbl. diamond grips. 2013 Mfg. MAGS: 2-7 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: blue Colt lockable case & owner's manual. CONDITION: all outward appearances indicate this firearm has seen very little use. Little sign of having been cycled in areas of mechanical intervention. Shiny bore w/ good rifling. PROVENANCE: Collection of Alan Bradley Shepherd.(21-3451/JZ). MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1056 - REMINGTON RAND MODEL 1911A1 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 941116. Bbl. 5" High Standard commonly used on Remington Rands mid 1943 to end of production. Mfg. 1943; S# 916405-1041404, 125,000 units to US Army. Correct slide stop & thumb safety w/out undercuts & w/ checkering. Later period Type E variation 1 hammer as used on Colts rather than proper variation 2. Correct FJA inspector marks, crossed cannons proof & Type 2 arched mainspring housing w/ lanyard loop. Balance of frame components are period correct. Colt slide of 1918 / 1919 vintage as indicated by left side markings plus narrow semi circular front sight blade along w/ Type B flat top U notch rear sight; no arsenal rework marks. Clear lucite replacement grips w/ vintage pin up image under each; likely page from man's magazine. MAGS: 1 good blued 7 rd. w/ light pitting throughout. Base marked "COLT / 45 AUTO". UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: very good vintage commercially produced & unmarked brown shoulder holster w/ around the torso retaining belt. Construction & style of retaining strap snap indicates 1950s or 1960s construction. CONDITION: good general appearance w/ typical finish loss & wear marks. All blued bbl. w/ exterior function wear & near excellent bore. (21-1720/NW). CURIO. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1057 - REMINGTON RAND MODEL 1911 A1 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 2391688. Bbl. 5" correct High Standard; HS & P marked legs. Mfg. 1945 w/ correct checkered Keyes Fibre sm. ring grips. Other correct features include: Type C serrated slide stop, Type C checkered thumb safety, Type 5 grooved arched mainspring housing, short checkered trigger, Type C front sight w/ corresponding square notched rear, FJA inspector initials plus G by disconnector, P proofs & Parkerized finish w/ blued sm. parts. Cross cannons proof having only hint visible. Replacement plastic spring guide. MAGS: good blued 7 rd. Singer w/ features of deeply swedged pins & vertical line on spine w/out spot welds. Very rare mag. as only 500 Singers mfg. CONDITION: very good overall appearance as reparkerized over occasional spots of faint pitting; most noticeable on bottom of dust cover & left side of slide where flat meets rounded top. Exterior bbl. wear noticeably more than overall firearm condition; near excellent bore & grips. (21-3720/NW). CURIO. $1,200-1,800.

Lot: 1058 - REMINGTON RAND MODEL 1911 A1 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 1024305. Bbl. 5" correct Colt Type 6 w/ "COLT 45 AUTO" above left leg having "P" plus "F" in front of legs. Mfg. 1943 having Parkerized finish & Keyes Fibre checkered brown plastic grips w/ grip screw rings. Replacement slide stop; checkered w/ milled undercut; used 1911-1924. Replacement Type 4 arched mainspring housing w/ 7 ribs (used 1944 forward) rather than Type 2 (arched & checkered). "P" proofs & "FJA" inspector mark. Bbl. bushing noticeably thicker than normal & w/ almost zero clearance fit to bbl. having good fit to slide. Bbl. hood has very good fit to slide giving noticeably better than normal lockup but not as tight as a marksmanship unit models. Trigger pull also much better than normal military grade. MAGS: 3 TOTAL; blued 7 rd.; 1 good w/ spot of cleaned pitting at bottom left side, base w/ light peppery oxidation marked "COLT / 45AUTO." plus 2 unmarked contract mags. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: green canvas dbl. mag. pouch w/ lift the dot snap. Back marked "S FROEHLICH CO. / 1943"; good to very good brown "US" marked shoulder holster by Enger-Kress w/ straps. CONDITION: very good overall appearance w/ patina like spots on top of slide between port & front sight. Light holster style wear on slide & front portion of frame. Near excellent grips & bore. (21-3772/NW). CURIO. $1,200-1,800.

Lot: 1059 - REMINGTON-UMC MODEL 1911 SPRINGFIELD ARMORY

REWORK SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. S# 20069. Bbl. 5" Springfield Type 13 pre WWII field replacement. Mfg. April 10, 1918 to May 24, 1919 w/in S#'s 15000-21676. Reworked at Springfield Armory & so marked w/ "SA" on right side of frame forward of slide stop pivot. All correct features for model w/ right side of slide having 2 line legend that after # 20000 became 1 line; likely transition example. SA eagle's head w/ I38 on left front of trigger guard is extremely faint. Correct EEC inspection & checkered doubled diamond grips w/ 13 rows of checkering between diamonds. MAGS: refinished unmarked 2 tone 7 rd. w/ prior pitting quite noticeable in blued portion. CONDITION: very good reworked appearance w/ high edge wear & bright spot on left side of slide just forward of circled logo. Very slight thinning on front strap. Occasional rub marks on top of slide & scratch from improper slide stop installation. Spring plug noticeably used & not refinished. Very good left grip; noticeably lesser condition right w/ areas of diamond top wear. Very slight exterior bbl. wear & near excellent bore. (21-3711/NW). CURIO. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1060 - LARGE FRAMED SPANISH AMERICAN 1ST CORPS FLAG.

This wonderful & historic 1st Corps flag came from the Estate of Major General Charles Franklin Roe. The triangular shape features the colors red, blue & white, w/ the 1st Corps badge superimposed upon the center section. The color white for the corps badge represents the 2nd Division. The measurements of the flag are: hoist 48", red section 14" wide, blue & white each 17". The 2nd Division / 1st Corps badge is 12" x 6". The flag is framed & mounted on acid free backing but could use further conservation as the silk had started to degrade. Charles Franklin Roe had a most interesting military career beginning at West Point graduating in the Class of 1868. His first assignment was w/ the 1st U.S. Cavalry. In 1870 he transferred to the 2nd U.S. Cavalry & saw a great deal of campaigning & action on the Northern Plains throughout most of the 1870’s. The most memorable event occurred during the Sioux Campaign of 1876, when Roe & his company were the first troops to witness the horrific massacre of Lt. Colonel George A. Custer, 15 officers & approx. 300 men. He wrote to his wife hours after the battle that, “The whole valley for two miles is dead horses & soldiers.” Roe retired to New York in 1889 & became a captain in the state National Guard. He briefly entered the real estate business, but was prompted to establish “Troop A” of the New York State Cavalry in 1889. He would rise to the rank of major general in the National Guard State of New York. Roe was commanding the NYSNG from April 4, 1898, establishing Camp Black, Long Island on May 1, 1898. He later commanded the 1st Brigade, 2nd Division & 1st Army Corps during the Spanish American War. An extremely rare & historic American military flag. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: the flag is accompanied by an original drawing of plans & measurements for the flag & the lid of the original box which contained it. A copy of a publication written by Charles Rowe about Custer’s last battle & a brief history of Charles Roe’s service is included. CONDITION: the flag enjoys vivid colors & wonderful display potential. The silk is beginning to degrade & could use further conservation. The white triangular area suffered water damage & staining. (02-15636/BF). $5,000-7,000.

Lot: 1061 - SPRINGFIELD ARMORY 1911 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL RIG.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 77447. Bbl. 5" period Colt Type 3. Mfg. Spring, 1914 for Army contract; 11,285 units. Springfield models had every sm. part stamped w/ "S"; only parts of this pistol appropriately stamped are flat mainspring housing w/ lanyard loop & hammer that appears to be Type C used from S# 82000 onward rather than Type B used w/ 76000-82000 (both hammers are very similar w/ minute difference). Grips are Colt (L) w/ 15 rows between dbl. diamonds plus Springfield (R) w/ 11 rows. Slide & frame are both Springfield but not original to each other. Firing pin stop of Springfield's has beveled top; this one is replacement. Other sm. parts that are replacements have proper outward appearance but likely by Colt. Correct sights including flat topped U notched rear. Appropriate proofs & markings. MAGS: 1 fair 7 rd. by American Pin w/out detent at feed lip; lack of finish fails to show 2 tone appearance. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: box of recent production UMC 230 gr. MC ammo w/ stock # L45AP4. Very good pre period garrison belt w/ copper buckle showing U.S. when latched. Good GNK 1918 dated US flap holster w/ light bleached appearance having spiral gray toned raw hide piece through bottom eyelet. CONDITION: good plus appearance w/ typical light marks & holster like high point wear. Rear of slide & adjacent frame area indicates older refinish w/ replacement extractor. Grip area w/out finish except mainspring housing w/ gray tone. "UNITED STATES PROPERTY" on left side of frame is especially vivid & distinctly stamped. About good bore w/ distinct rifling having light wear plus light even pitting showing in corners of grooves. (21-2974/NW). CURIO. $1,200-1,800.

Lot: 1062 - SPRINGFIELD X S# MODEL 1911 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# X2564. Bbl.5" Springfield Type 13 as used from April 1914 to April 1917 w/ S# 72571-133186. Mfg. w/in above dates as only Springfield's mfg. prior to 1911A1. X prefix used for replacement of defaced or removed S#s; about 5,000 used 1924-1957. Per Clauson's ref. book 3205 Springfield's used #s X1181-X4385 from 1925-1956. References state many times Xs used to replace numbers on stolen guns. Some DCM to NRA pistols were noted w/ documented X numbers. Original Springfield's have "S" stamped on all sm. parts & top edge of firing pin retainer beveled; quick check of parts w/out completely stripping frame yielded only mag. release "S" marked. Hammer noticed to have borderless checkering of Colt Type D rather than proper border checkering. Properly marked slide but w/ modern tall fixed sights added consisting of serrated ramped front & 2 dot square notched rear. Correct style of flat mainspring housing w/ lanyard loop & short tang grip safety. Safety tab & slide lock are both checkered w/ milled undercut. Colt dbl. diamond grips w/ 15 rows of checkering rather than 11 of Springfield. MAGS: 1 good Springfield 7 rd. w/ folded over base & lanyard loop as used 1914 to March 1916. CONDITION: good general appearance as refinished w/ slide being more recently refinished due to added sights. Frame appears very close to original finish w/ clearer markings & noticeable hand wear along w/ high point wear. Fair to good grips w/ some marks around grip screws & noticeable diamond top wear on left; right better appearing. Near excellent bore & normal exterior function wear. (21-3726/NW). CURIO. $1,500-2,250..

Lot: 1063 - UNION SWITCH & SIGNAL MODEL 1911 A1 SEMI-AUTO

PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. S# 1091987. Bbl. 5" correct Type 18 High Standard. Mfg. 1943 by Pennsylvania company that normally mfg. railroad switches & signals. Rare example of only 55,000 units for Army contract. Type C serrated slide lock rather than Type B checkered; all other correct features for model per Harrison's book, "U.S. Pistols & Revolvers: 1909-1945", including Keyes Fibre grips w/ sm. rings. MAGS: 1 good Scovill 7 rd. w/ "S" on lip as used on US&S pistols. CONDITION: fair, well used appearance w/ mixture of patina, light marks, scratches & cleaned light pitting. Best finished item is grip safety & rnd. portion of bbl. Extremely hand worn grips w/ most wear at butt. Fair plus bore w/ noticeable wear & light pitting. Although lacking in condition, it is not refinished & all correct parts except for slide stop. (21-3719/NW). CURIO. $2,250-3,250.

Lot: 1064 - ITHACA MODEL 1911 A1 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 1844180. Bbl. 5" correct Flannery Type 19. Mfg. 1944 having border checkered Springfield Type A hammer rather than flat sided serrated Type E variation 5. Late 1944 Type D serrated thumb safety rather than checkered Type C. Correct grooved arched mainspring housing w/ 7 ribs. Slide w/ correct Type C front sight & corresponding square notched rear. Correct Keyes Fibre Type 10 grips w/ sm. rings. MAGS: 1 very good plus blued MS Little 7 rd. CONDITION: very good plus overall appearance as reparkerized w/ no indication of slide heat treat areas. Slight high point wear & typical scratch from improper slide stop installation. Sand blast blued thumb safety & bbl. bushing; regular blued hammer. Noticeably worn bbl. exterior having signs of polishing as well; very good to excellent bore. Near excellent grips. (21-3721/NW). CURIO. $1,500-2,000.

Lot: 1065 - GUIDE LAMP LIBERATOR SINGLE SHOT PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. NSN. Bbl. 4". Mfg. 1942 as secret project by Guide Lamp division of General Motors in conjunction w/ US Gov't. to assist resistance movement of our European allies. Packaged in paraffin coated cardboard box having spacer plus separate box of 10 rds. 45 ACP ammo; head stamped FA42 (Frankford Arsenal). Included cartoon like instructions & wooden dowel to use as ejector. Approx. 1 million mfg. in 10-11 weeks; could be mfg. faster than it could be loaded. Very limited use in Europe; most found their way to Asia. Smooth bore seamless tubing combined w/ simple welded stampings & cast alloy striker assembly. Front sight an extension of trigger guard; rear sight notch in breech plate. CONDITION: good overall brown patina appearance. Fully functional w/ breech plate evidencing noticeable use. Very good bore. Complete w/ grip compartment cover. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (21-2857/NW). CURIO. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1066 - KONGSBERG ARMORY MODEL 1914 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 11.25mm (45ACP). S# 28475. Bbl. 5" w/ matching # ".475" over "N". Mfg. 1942 (S# 26461-29614) under German occupation but w/out German proofs that were done in 1945 continuing from 1942 S# to 30535. Mfg. in Norway (32,850 units) by Kongsberg Armory under license from Colt w/ unusual slide stop appearance & corresponding dbl. diamond grips of Norwegian hardwood stained dark. Basic items matching numbered except unmarked mag. release & hammer numbered .688. Sm. "JB" (Jorgen Bjornholt; final inspector) proof mark on left front of trigger guard & on right side of slide under "1942" date where 1 has 4 punch marks over it. Sm. "A" on top rear of slide. MAGS: 1 very good unmarked blued 7 rd. w/ lanyard loop. CONDITION: good to very good appearance as refinished which was common on released firearms. Slide has polished finish but frame is standard military finish that appears original as does bbl. finish. Typical high point wear & slight thinning in grip area. Good grips w/ some missing diamond tops most noticeable on right. Replacement recoil spring. Spring plug w/out finish except in checkering. No finish on firing pin retainer. Light function wear on bbl. exterior having near excellent bore. (21-3714/NW). CURIO. $1,200-1,800.

Lot: 1067 - EARLY RARE BERETTA/SPRINGFIELD BM59 VARIANT.

Cal. 7.62 NATO. S# 2579572. Bbl. 25". A very early BM59 variant. Consignor states it is an early run, one of only 200 mfg. before being transitioned into the current BM59 we typically see today. While the BM59 itself is largely a combination of M1 Garand modified features, this particular example is more so than normal. The receiver stampings are: “BM59 / CAL 7.62 NATO / SPRINGFIELD / ARMORY/ 2579572”. The stock itself is marked on the left side: “BM59 / PB / FNA” though it largely resembles the M1 Garand style in most aspects. There is no provision for mounting what would become a standard BM59 bipod & the muzzle brake had not yet transitioned to the tri-comp. Front sight is a protected blade while the rear sight is a micro adj. peep sight. While a standard BM59 mag. is typically 20 rds. the mag. provided w/ this example only holds 10. It bears a floor plate marked: “PIETRO BERETTA / MADE IN ITALY / 762 NATO”. Later in the evolution, the BM59 would possess a stripper clip guide allowing loading from the top even though it accepted a proprietary detachable mag. however this example did not yet transition to the top loading theme. Although numerous parts outwardly resemble those of the M1 Garand, several are clearly marked such as the bolt (“P.B. BM59”) & the op rod (“7.62mm/2”). It does possess the BM59 style folding winter trigger, also marked “PB BM59”. The stock itself is a dark brown stained example w/ a rubber recoil pad marked “P.BERRETA / ITALY”. Exposed metal surfaces are a combination of dark gray & light black & enjoy complete coverage. MAGS: 1-10 rd. CONDITION: finish on exposed metal surfaces complete & consistent. Very little thinning on high spots & areas of mechanical intervention. Wooden stock has a few sm. impressions though no noticeable thinning. Sights move fluidly as intended. Bore is shiny w/ good rifling & fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-2962/JZ). MODERN. $2,000-3,000.

Lot: 1068 - SPRINGFIELD ARMORY BM59 SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

Cal. 7.62mm (308 Win.). S# 0000534. Bbl. 23" over brake. Heavily resembling a crossover between the M-1 Garand & the M-14, the Italian BM59 is a creature all to itself. Bridging the gap between the 2 systems we have the receiver style of the M-1 Garand w/ the detachable mag. capabilities of the M-14 in the 7.62 NATO cartridge. Housed in a beautiful right side folding pistol grip hardwood & metal stock w/ wooden bbl. shroud it enjoys a light stain that still illustrates the original wood grain. It has an interesting muzzle brake, sometimes referred to as a Tri-comp, doubling as a grenade launcher, also including a folding grenade sight system. A rugged bipod providing over 11" of clearance, folds tightly under the forearm of the stock when not employed. The front sight is a protected blade style w/ a rear notch sight that is micro adj. for both windage & elevation. The receiver is designed to be top loaded utilizing stripper clips even though it utilizes a detachable 20 rd. proprietary box mag. Rear portion of the receiver marked “7.62mm BM59 / SPRINGFIELD / ARMORY". Right side reciprocating charging handle. Folding Winter trigger. Safety is located internally at front of trigger guard. High end scope mt. w/ ART IV 3x9 scope. Sling swivels front & rear. Several components individually marked “PB BM59”. MAGS: none. CONDITION: all exposed metal surfaces finished in factory dark black enjoying complete coverage. Hardwood stock has a satin finish w/ very little thinning except at areas of mechanical intervention & a few light impressions typically caused by rack storage. Pistol grip finish is thin on right side & bottom. Folding stock mechanism locks positively in both open & closed positions. Bore is shiny w/ decent rifling. Art IV scope appears clear & functional. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-2961/JZ). MODERN. $1,500-2,250.

Lot: 1069 - VERY NICE SPRINGFIELD ARMORY M1A PACKAGE.

Cal. 308. S# 137081. Bbl. 25" over brake. A classic M1A in an M14 stock. Correct flash hider at termination of threaded bbl. Protected blade front sight w/ windage & elevation adj. rear peep sight. Black plastic handguard. Springfield Armory scope mt. currently wearing a Springfield Armory 6x40 govt. model scope. Wooden stock contains M14 selector cut out on right side & defense acceptance mark below receiver rear on left side. Folding shoulder support w/ trap door in buttstock. MAGS: 1-10 rd. CONDITION: finish on all exposed metal surfaces complete & consistent w/ very little thinning, even at areas of mechanical intervention. Dark stained stock is in exemplary condition, only bearing a few gentle impressions in the mag. well area. Bright bore w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. Optics appear clear & functional. (21-3778/JZ). MODERN. $1,200-1,800.

Lot: 1070 - WINCHESTER M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTO RIFLE IN M1-D

SNIPER CONFIGURATION. Cal. 30-06. S# 2466319. Bbl. 24" marked w/ "SA-2-52". Receiver is marked Winchester. Aperture rear sight. Blade front sight. Rifle is equipped w/ M1D sniper scope base. The M1D sniper rifles were produced by Springfield armory by converting M1 Garand service rifles. These conversions were also done at several other arsenals & ordnance depots. Springfield armory also produced a kit for converting M1 service rifles to M1D sniper rifles. These conversions were done at base depots. The scope base has the correct characteristics including the chamfer at the attaching screw hole & the alignment pin has the correct 4 stake marks. The bbl. date of 1952 is in the correct range. This rifle was purchased from the Civilian Marksmanship Program and included is a certificate of authenticity w/ matching S# & model designation "RM1DF" which indicates a "field grade M1D rifle" according to the CMP website. Bolt, operating rod, trigger housing & hammer all marked "SA". Non matching stock set. Hardwood buttstock marked under grip w/ faint circle P. Stock marked on right side in white paint "12.BL 2552". Buttstock has been bedded for accuracy. Front handguard is walnut. Rear handguard appears to be walnut. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: matching CMP certificate of authenticity. Cardboard shipping box. CMP instruction book. Open bolt indicator. 1 - 8 rd. Garand clip. CONDITION: stock set has extensive wear, staining, dents & scratches throughout. Rear handguard has fine crack in top left side approx. 2" long. Metal has 75% dark arsenal rework parkerized type finish w/ light wear & handling marks. Bottom of gas cyl. has file marks & missing finish ahead of bayonet lug. Good shiny lightly worn bore. (21-2964/RW). CURIO. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1071 - EARLY US WWII M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTO RIFLE.

Cal. 30-06. S# 507893. Bbl. 24", marked "S-A-3-42". Throat Ga. is 1.5. Muzzle Ga. is 6.0. Bore has strong lands but turning back in the grooves. Aperture rear sight w/ "battle range" elevation knob. Locking bar, windage knob. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. All visible parts markings are "SA". Single slot gas cyl. lock screw. Milled trigger guard. Leather sling marked "BOYT 44". Walnut stock set. Buttstock marked w/ boxed "SA GHS" & "crossed cannons", circled "P" proof under grip. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 9 1/2" fullered blade model 1905 E1 bayonet which was a shortened model 1942. Marked on left ricasso "U.F.H. US FLAMING BOMB 1943". Right ricasso marked "UFH". Ribbed composite handle. Plastic scabbard w/ metal throat marked w/ "flaming bomb". Bayonet shows coarse grinding marks from being sharpened on the edge & false edge. Has worn finish. Grips have wear & handling marks. Scabbard has worn finish w/ scattered oxidation. Also contains unmarked 1950s era blank firing attachment which replaces gas cyl. lock. CONDITION: stock set has nice appearing original finish w/ staining & scattered handling marks. Left side of stock below action has been stamped w/ several faint "W"s & has long (10") scratch. Rear handguard has notable missing chips on left side. Metal has 90% arsenal rework type parkerization. Rifle has moderately worn lands turning dark in grooves. (21-3731/RW). CURIO. $1,200-1,800.

Lot: 1072 - CLEAN ARLINGTON ORDNANCE 30-06 SPRINGFIELD M1

GARAND. Cal. 30-06. S# 3600471. Bbl. 24". Springfield M1 Garand, dark brown finish on exposed metal parts except for gas system which has returned to its original stainless glory. Arlington Ordnance import, the successor to Blue Sky. Dark hardwood stock w/ metal buttplate & trapdoor, vacant of any apparent cartouches. Bbl. chamber area marked “1-S-A-3-45 / P”. Bbl. marked “ARL ORD ARLINGTON VA” at 3 o’clock approx. 3" rear of muzzle. Throat gauges 5. Muzzle gauges 7.5. Unmarked green canvas sling. CONDITION: wooden stocks possess a uniform dark finish & are largely free of typical depressions & imperfections. Metal coverage is complete & consistent aside from gas system. Bore is dark but still has decent rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. PROVENANCE: Collection of Dr. John Persing. (21-2610/JZ). MODERN. $800-1,100.

Lot: 1073 - US SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND SEMI-AUTO MILITARY RIFLE.

Cal. 30-06. S# 5348800. Bbl. 24", marked "SA 4 63". Throat & muzzle Ga. 1.0. Aperture rear sight. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Bolt marked "WRA". Balance of parts markings are "SA". Milled trigger guard. Matching Boyds, walnut stock set marked on the left side w/ boxed "CMP" eagle stamp. Cleaning kit in butt. Green web military sling. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: includes 10 M1 Garand En bloc clips. CONDITION: stock set has very nice finish w/ little notable wear, several sm. handling marks, notable sm. dent on left side below receiver. Metal has 75% thinning original finish w/ light wear & scattered handling marks. Near excellent shiny bore. (21-3730/RW). CURIO. $700-1,100.

Lot: 1074 - US HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON M1 GARAND

SEMI-AUTO MILITARY RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. S# 5713248. Bbl. 24". Bbl. is marked "SA 9 64". Throat gauges 1.0. Muzzle gauges are 1.0. Adj. aperture rear sight. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Bolt is marked "SA". Operating rod marked "NM" "RA". Cross slot gas cyl. lock screw. Trigger housing marked "IHC". Hammer is marked "HR". Non matching walnut stock set w/ replacement rear handguard. Buttstock has obscure markings due to arsenal rework finish. CONDITION: stock set has light wear & scattered handling marks. Buttstock has pinned repairs at toe, on right side over trigger guard & left side ahead of trigger guard. Metal has arsenal rework type parkerized finish w/ very light wear & scattered handling marks. Very good shiny bore. (21-3357/RW). CURIO. $600-900.

Lot: 1075 - ARSENAL REBUILT 30-06 M1 GARAND.

Cal. 30-06. S# 1830956. Bbl. 24". Springfield M1 Garand, Blue Sky import. Parkerized finish. Protected blade front sight, windage & adj. rear peep sight. Dark hardwood stock w/ metal buttplate & trapdoor. Still retains original arsenal proof circle “P” at grip. Bbl. chamber area marked “U / S-A-1-49 / P”. Bbl. marked “BLUE SKY / ARLINGTON” at 9 o’clock 3" rear of muzzle. Throat gauges 5.5. Muzzle gauges 4. Korean marked green canvas sling. CONDITION: wood stock exhibits typical imperfections associated w/ arsenal rebuilt guns while retaining some of the original cartouches. Metal coverage is complete & consistent. Bore is dark but retains strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-2501/JZ). MODERN. $600-900.

Lot: 1076 - NATIONAL ORDNANCE M1 GARAND SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

Cal. 30-06. S# 793. A post World War II commercial receiver assembled using primarily surplus military parts. Springfield marked 24" bbl. w/ "65" date. "HRA" marked bolt. "SA" marked trigger housing. Commercial replacement stock of black walnut w/ dark finish. Handguard has matching dark finish. Forearm has a light orange colored finish. CONDITION: metal retains 90% parkerized finish. Wood has very good finish showing a few sm. marks. Very good bright bore. (21-3385/DS). MODERN. $500-700.

Lot: 1077 - CLASSIC MODEL 1941 JOHNSON AUTOMATIC RIFLE.

Cal. 30-06. S# A0571. Bbl. 22 1/2". The Johnson automatic rifle, regardless of its configuration is as interesting in design as its fascinating history. In a quest to build the ultimate battle rifle therefore addressing his very specific concerns w/ the M1 Garand, Melvin Maynard Johnson Jr. designed & fought relentlessly for the adoption of his improved weapon system. While the majority of the world was transitioning to belt or box fed firearms, Johnsons 10 rd. internal mag. remained a point of concern w/ his design. While still harnessing the supreme ballistics of the 30-06, he believed his recoil mechanism addressed flaws in the Garand that others just didn't see. While history has proven the reliability of the M1 Garand, the USMC in very limited numbers utilized the Johnson in campaigns including Guadalcanal & in larger numbers they were shipped to Dutch & Chilean militaries. The vast majority were the semiautomatic rifle, similar to this variant, though a smaller but significant number of the Johnson LMGs were fielded as well. The hardwood stock consists of a 2 piece design w/ a rugged forend just below the unique ventilated bbl. shroud & the much larger shoulder portion, w/ the rotary mag. meeting dead center. The sights are rugged & sufficient, consisting of a protected blade in front & an elevation & windage adj. rear peep sight. Sling swivels are mounted at 6 o’clock on front & rear. Metal finish is a combination of bluing & parkerizing. Engraved at 6 o’clock on receiver above ejection port: “CAL 30-06 SEMIAUTO / JOHNSON AUTOMATICS / MODEL OF 1941 / MADE IN PROVIDENCE, RI. U.S.A. / A0571”. The unique proprietary bayonet lug is mounted below the bbl. approx. 3" from the bore. MAGS: none. CONDITION: original finish on exposed metal parts enjoys consistent & complete coverage that very little thinning or wear aside from that probably caused by rack storage. Wooden stocks illustrate a few light impressions & a few cracks, though inspection w/ out disassembly doesn’t illustrate any noticeable structural integrity problems. One area of concern is a 3" crack on the right side of shoulder stock at the rear of the receiver. There are two others forward of the trigger guard one measuring 1" & the other 3 1/4". The fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. Bore looks decent w/ strong rifling. It appears that a portion of the rotary mag., including the dust cover is absent & must be replaced for full restoration. (21-2491/JZ). MODERN. $3,000-5,000.

Lot: 1078 - VERY SCARCE IRWIN PEDERSEN US WWII SEMI-AUTO M1

CARBINE ASSEMBLED BY SAGINAW. Cal. 30 Carb. S# 1790593. Bbl. 18", marked "UNDERWOOD 3-43" & "flaming bomb". Flip type rear sight marked "RC-S'G'S". Blade front sight w/ protective ears marked "IPN". Irwin Pedersen completed very few carbines & all other Irwin Pedersen carbines were assembled by Saginaw S'G' from a mixture of Irwin Pedersen & Saginaw S'G' parts following Saginaw's takeover of the IP facility in Grand Rapids April 1, 1943. This carbine was made approx. May 1943 in I.P.'s 1st S# block. Narrow bbl. band. Stamped sling swivel marked "UP". Receiver has 3 on left side. Flat bolt marked w/ S'G'. Straight cut slide marked S'G'. Milled trigger guard marked "IP". Push button safety marked "IP-A". Mag. catch marked "IP-W". Dog-leg hammer marked "IP". Oval cut high wood walnut buttstock marked w/ crisp, boxed S'G's & crossed cannons on right side. Stock is otherwise unmarked. 2 Rivet handguard marked S'G'. MAGS: 1-15 rd. marked "K-IP". CONDITION: stock & handguard have very high degree of original finish w/ scattered, tiny handling marks & approx. 1/4" filled knot in top of comb likely done during mfg. Metal has 80% original parkerized finish w/ light high point wear & notable sm. areas of thinning finish at receiver opening. Bore has a degree of shine & has sharp lands but last 4" near muzzle have frosted appearance w/ shallow pitting. (21-3591/RW). CURIO. $3,500-4,500.

Lot: 1079 - EXTREMELY RARE & DESIRABLE UN-QUALITY US WWII

SEMI-AUTO M1 CARBINE. Cal. 30 Carb. S# 4443472. Bbl. 18", marked behind front sight "BUFFALO ARMS 8-1943 FLAMING BOMB". Lip type rear sight marked "S". Blade type front sight w/ protective ears. Sight marked "N". These highly prized M1 carbines in original configuration are amongst the rarest if not the rarest of the different contractors. There were approx. 29,000 produced using receivers mfg. by Union Switch & Signal & serial numbered in the range of approx. 4,432,100 to 4,532,099. This accounts for the UN in the Quality Hardware marking at the rear of the receiver. Unmarked narrow bbl. band w/ stamped swivel. Straight cut slide marked "DA-Q". Flat bolt marked "EM-Q". Milled trigger guard marked "Q-NL". Push button safety. Mag. catch marked "LP- Q". Hammer marked "LT-Q". Recoil plate is unmarked. High wood oval cut walnut stock. Buttstock has illegible boxed marking in sling slot. Faint crossed cannons at right side of butt. 2 Rivet handguard marked "Q-RMC". MAGS: 1-15 rd. marked "UQ". CONDITION: stock set has arsenal rework type finish w/ light wear, sm. dents & scratches throughout w/ light staining but maintaining a good appearance w/ a slight loss of wood in inletted areas. Metal has 75% original parkerized finish w/ a blend of light & dark gray parkerizing, light wear & handling marks. Handguard appears to have original finish and slightly showing more finish than buttstock. Very good shiny bore w/ sharp lands. (21-3588/RW). CURIO. $3,500-4,500.

Lot: 1080 - VERY EARLY ROCK-OLA US WWII SEMI-AUTO M1

CARBINE WITH ALL ROCK-OLA MARKED PARTS. Cal. 30 Carb. S# 1671904. Bbl. 18", marked w/ faint markings behind front sight "ROCK-OLA 5-43". Unmarked narrow bbl. band w/ stamped swivel. Swivel screw appears to be replacement. Flip type rear sight marked "S" "BR". Receiver made w/ detachable mag. tool & 2 takedown notches. Straight cut slide marked "ROCK-OLA". Flat bolt marked "ROCK-OLA". Milled Rock-Ola trigger housing. Push button safety. Mag. catch marked "B-P". Straight cut hammer marked "RK". High wood T-slot walnut stock marked "RMC" in sling slot. Very faint boxed "RIA BD" overhaul marking from Rock Island Arsenal & also very faint ordnance "crossed cannons". 2 Rivet walnut handguard w/ deep groove marked "RNC" & tiny "flaming bomb". MAGS: 1 detachable 15 rd. marked "R-C". CONDITION: stock set has good original appearing finish & very light wear & handling marks. Original buttstock markings on right side may have been cleaned when the Rock Island marking was applied. Metal has 75% original finish w/ light wear & handling marks. Bbl. has added arsenal rework finish which does not match the wear pattern of the balance of the metal. Good shiny bore. Lands have dull frosted appearance. (21-3585/RW). CURIO. $3,500-4,500.

Lot: 1081 - VERY SCARCE EARLY UNDERWOOD US WWII M1 SEMI-AUTO

CARBINE. Cal. 30 Carb. S# 1351904. Bbl. 18", marked behind front sight "UNDERWOOD 11-42" & "flaming bomb". Flip type rear sight. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Rifle has correct very early features including Rock-Ola stock supplied to Underwood through lateral support. Narrow bbl. band w/ stamped sling swivel. Straight cut slide marked ".U." Flat bolt marked ".U." Milled trigger housing marked ".U." at bottom w/ ordnance bomb. Checkered push button safety. Mag. catch serrated & marked "W/1". Dog-leg hammer marked ".U." High wood T-slot walnut buttstock marked "RMC" in sling slot. Boxed UEF GHD on right side of butt. Encircled "P" proof at end of grip. Deep groove 2 rivet walnut handguard marked "RMC". MAGS: 1-15 rd. marked "UU". CONDITION: stock set has moderate wear, scratches, staining & handling marks throughout, commensurate w/ long service. Handguard has full length crack in bottom of groove. Metal has traces of original parkerized finish w/ thinning & wear. Exposed areas of receiver, bbl. & band forward of handguard are turning patina. Very good shiny bore w/ sharp lands. (21-3581/RW). CURIO. $2,500-3,500.

Lot: 1082 - VERY SCARCE & DESIRABLE EARLY PRODUCTION US WWII

WINCHESTER M1 SEMI-AUTO CARBINE. Cal. 30 Carb. S# 1009514. Bbl. 18", marked behind front sight w/ flaming bomb W.R.A. & date stamp which is parallel to bore, 11-42. "WP" proof on top of bbl. & in front of forend tip. M1 carbines in correct configuration & original finish which have not been arsenal overhauled are very difficult to find. This nice specimen has a high degree of finish, clear & crisp markings. Rifle mfg. in November 1942 in the 1st S# block allocated to Winchester. Flip type rear sight marked "S" on right side. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Sight base unmarked. Unmarked narrow bbl. band w/ wide aperture swivel. Straight cut slide marked "W". Detachable mainspring housing. Black bolt marked "W". Milled trigger guard marked "W". Push button safety. Mag. catch marked "W". Dog-leg hammer marked "W". Recoil plate marked "W". Walnut stock set. High wood "T"-slot buttstock marked on right side of butt w/ boxed "WRA GHD" "cross cannons" ordnance mark. Unmarked handguard is 2 rivet deep groove "bull nose" type. MAGS: 1-15 rd. marked "UW". CONDITION: stock set has very lg. percentage of original finish w/ light wear & scattered, sm. handling marks, commensurate w/ careful use. Buttstock has 1/4" crack on top right side of grip. Metal has 90% original finish w/ light high point wear & scattered sm. handling marks. Receiver has approx. 1/4" diameter blemish behind rear sight w/ blued appearance & appears to have been done during the machining process perhaps to utilize an otherwise serviceable receiver. The mark is not visible on the inside of the receiver. Very good shiny bore. (21-3580/RW). CURIO. $2,500-3,500.

Lot: 1083 - SCARCE ROCK-OLA MUSIC CO US WWII

SEMI-AUTO M1 CARBINE. Cal. 30 Carb. S# 1735916. Bbl. 18", marked behind front sight "ROCK-OLA". Flip type rear sight marked "S" w/ "BR" on both sight base & aperture. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Rock-Ola Music Co. produced M1 carbines between November 1942 & May 1944. The changeover from producing musical equipment to firearms was slow in starting. Narrow bbl. band marked "UR". Stamped swing swivel. Straight cut slide marked "ROCK-OLA". Flat bolt marked "ROCK-OLA". Milled Rock-Ola trigger guard w/ push button safety. Mag. catch marked "A-R". Straight hammer marked "KR". High wood oval cut walnut buttstock marked "RMC" in sling slot. Has dbl. stamped "P" under grip. Walnut handguard marked "RMC" w/ 2 rivets. MAGS: 1-15 rd. marked "R-O". CONDITION: stock set has arsenal rework type finish accounting for loss of wood around buttplate & dbl. stamped "P" proof. Buttstock has approx. 4 1/2" fine crack extending forward from front edge of trigger housing. Metal has thinning original finish on receiver & bolt bbl. has dark arsenal reparkerization w/ very light wear. Very good shiny bore. (21-3586/RW). CURIO. $2,250-3,250.

Lot: 1084 - EXTREMELY RARE & DESIRABLE WINCHESTER (AW)

US WWII M1 SEMI-AUTO CARBINE PRODUCED WITH UNDERWOOD RECEIVER. Cal. 30 Carb. S# 5819849. Bbl. 18", marked on top behind front sight w/ "W" & "WP" proof. Milled adj. rear sight marked w/ shielded "H". Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Receiver marked on bevel at top rear w/ "AW". These rare rifles were assembled by Winchester using the approx. 25,000 receivers obtained from Underwood Elliot-Fisher upon termination of that company's contract. Receiver shows faint "U", w/ the balance of the marking removed & the Winchester marking was applied forward of this point. The S# would indicate that this carbine was produced late in Winchester's 2nd S# block. Unmarked bbl. band w/ stamped swivel bow. Swivel bow & band screw appear to be replacements. Straight cut slide marked "W". Rnd. bolt marked "W". Bolt is correct type but appears to be replacement. Milled trigger housing marked "W". Push button safety marked "EW". Mag. catch marked "W". Straight cut hammer marked "W". MAGS: 1- 15 rd. marked "BW". Low wood oval cut walnut buttstock marked "W" in sling slot marked w/ clear, crisp crossed cannon on right side of buttstock. Recoil plate marked "W". 4 Rivet deep groove handguard marked "W". CONDITION: buttstock & handguard have very nice original finish w/ very light wear & scattered handling marks. Metal has 70% original finish w/ thinning & light wear. Very good shiny bore. (21-3579/RW). CURIO. $2,250-3,250.

Lot: 1085 - VERY SCARCE ROCK-OLA US WWII SEMI-AUTO MI CARBINE.

Cal. 30 Carb. S# 1755695. Bbl. 18", marked behind front sight w/ faint "ROCK-OLA". Bbl. also marked on right side of gas cyl. "ROCK-OLA". Flip type rear sight marked "RP". Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Sight base marked on left side w/ "2". Carbine was made approx. November 1943 in the 1st S# block. Narrow bbl. band marked "UR". Stamped swivel. Operating slide marked "ROCK-OLA". Flat ROCK-OLA bolt. Milled Rock-Ola trigger housing. Smooth push button safety. Mag. catch marked "BP". Straight hammer marked w/ boxed "BP". Recoil plate marked "ROCK-OLA". MAGS: 1-15 rd. marked "RIC". High wood T-slot walnut buttstock marked "RMC" in sling slot. Stock is otherwise unmarked. 2 Rivet walnut handguard w/ deep sighting groove marked "RMC". CONDITION: stock has very good original finish w/ scattered tiny handling marks. Handguard has notably stained & worn finish w/ handling marks. Metal has 80% dark parkerized finish. Rear sight dovetailed in receiver. Has notable deep staking at right rear. Very good shiny bore. (21-3587/RW). CURIO. $2,000-3,000.

Lot: 1086 - VERY NICE US WWII M1 SEMI-AUTO CARBINE BY

SAGINAW S.G. WITH APPROPRIATE FEATURES. Cal. 30 Carb. S# 1830692. Bbl. 18", marked behind front sight "UNDERWOOD" "4-43" "flaming bomb". Flip type rear sight marked "S" "RP". Blade front sight, perpendicular "N". Carbine mfg. at Grand Rapids w/ a mixture of Saginaw S.G. & IP parts which is correct due to transfer of Irwin Pederson production to Saginaw's Grand Rapids facility. Narrow bbl. band w/ stamped swivel. Straight cut slide marked "SG". Additional markings on exterior of rail "flaming bomb" & "2966". Flat bolt marked "SG". Milled trigger housing marked "SG". Smooth push button safety marked "IP-A". Mag. catch marked "IP-W". Dog-leg hammer marked "SG". MAGS: 1-15 rd. marked "KSG". High wood oval cut walnut buttstock w/ faint "RSG" in sling slot. Encircled "P" at end of grip. Faint boxed "SG" at right side of butt. Deep groove 2 rivet walnut handguard marked "RSG". CONDITION: stock set has very good appearance w/ light wear & scattered handling marks. Stock set has been given professional quality restorative finish. Stock has been modified in grip area w/ a slimmer profile when viewed from above. Metal has 80% arsenal rework dark parkerized finish w/ light wear handling marks. Very good shiny bore w/ sharp lands. (21-3583/RW). CURIO. $1,800-2,800.

Lot: 1087 - SCARCE WWII INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINE US M1

CARBINE. Cal. 30 Carb. S# 3758188. Bbl. 18", marked behind front sight "I.B.M. CORP." "10 43". Flip type rear sight marked "INB" "S". Blade front sight w/ fabricated base marked "SIB". Narrow bbl. band unmarked. Replacement stamp swivel marked "A-B". Straight cut slide marked "AOB". Flat bolt marked "AOB". Fabricated trigger guard marked "BE-B". Push button safety marked "EPB". Mag. catch marked "EPB". Straight hammer marked "WMB". High wood oval cut walnut buttstock marked "JLB" in sling slot. Marked "H" & faint "80" at end of pistol grip. Marked "P" under pistol grip. Left side of stock over trigger guard marked w/ "AAX". The 1st "A" is only partially visible. AAX probably indicates arsenal rework at Augusta GA Arsenal. Walnut 2 rivet handguard marked "JLB". MAGS: 1-15 rd. marked "SY-B". CONDITION: stock set has very good arsenal rework finish leaving most markings clear & legible. Has very light wear & scattered handling marks. Metal has 80% original parkerized finish w/ light wear & scattered spots of missing finish. Very good shiny bore. (21-3593/RW). CURIO. $1,750-2,500.

Lot: 1088 - VERY NICE EXAMPLE OF EARLY PRODUCTION INLAND

US WWII SEMI-AUTO M1 CARBINE. Cal. 30 Carb. S# 140973. Bbl. 18", marked behind front sight "INLAND MFG DIV. GENERAL MOTORS 12-42". Flip type rear sight marked w/ "S". Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Carbine has correct features for Inland's 1st S# block "May 1942-December 1943". Narrow front band w/ stamped swivel. Straight cut slide marked "PI". Flat bolt marked "IO". Milled trigger guard marked "INLAND" w/ push button safety. Mag. catch marked "W-I". Dog-leg hammer marked "HI". High wood T slot. Walnut buttstock. Buttstock marked in sling slot "IO" marked under grip encircled "P". Right side of buttstock has crossed cannons. 2 Rivet walnut handguard marked "IO". MAGS: 1-15 rd. marked "IU". CONDITION: stock set has nice original finish w/ very light wear & scattered handling marks. Metal has 75% original finish w/ thinning & light wear. Very good shiny bore. (21-3592/RW). CURIO. $1,750-2,500.

Lot: 1089 - VERY SCARCE US WWII NATIONAL POSTAL METER

SEMI-AUTO M1 CARBINE. Cal. 30 Carb. S# 4296449. Bbl. 18", marked behind front sight "MARLIN". Flip type rear sight marked "S" "N-A". Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Fabricated front sight base marked "SN". Carbine mfg. approx. April 1944 in National Postal Meter's 3rd S# block. Unmarked narrow front sight. Bbl. band w/ swing swivel. Straight cut operating slide marked "N5". Flat bolt marked "N14". Low wood oval cut walnut buttstock marked "TN" in sling slot. Boxed "NPM" "FJA" & "crossed cannons" on right side of butt. Boxed "RIA" "FB" arsenal overhaul mark on left side of butt. 2 Rivet walnut handguard marked "TN". MAGS: 1-15 rd. marked "MN". CONDITION: stock finish has light wear & moderate staining throughout w/ scattered handling marks. Arsenal rework mark may be test & check only. Metal has mix of light & dark gray parkerizing w/ lg. percentage of finish present. Very good shiny bore. (21-3590/RW). CURIO. $1,750-2,500.

Lot: 1090 - SCARCE QUALITY HARDWARE US WWII M1 SEMI-AUTO

CARBINE. Cal. 30 Carb. S# 4845280. Bbl. 18", marked "W" behind front sight & marked w/ "WP" proof. "P" proof at midpoint of bbl. Flip type rear sight. Blade front sight w/ protective ears marked "N". Carbine from the 4th S# block ranging from March 1944 to May 1944. Unmarked narrow bbl. band. Stamped swivel marked "QU". Straight cut slide marked "UN-Q". Receiver made w/ detachable mainspring housing. Rnd. bolt marked "EM-Q". Fabricated trigger housing marked "Q-TX". Smooth push button safety. Mag. catch marked "EP-Q". Straight hammer marked "LP-Q". Low wood oval cut walnut buttstock marked "Q-RMC" in sling slot & marked on right side of butt w/ "crossed cannons". 2 Rivet walnut handguard w/ deep sighting groove marked "Q-RMC". MAGS: 1-15 rd. marked "UQ". CONDITION: stock set has good original finish w/ light wear, staining & scattered handling marks. Handguard has tiny crack at rear of sighting groove. Metal has 75% original dark parkerizing w/ light wear & spots of missing finish. Very good shiny bore w/ sharp lands. (21-3589/RW). CURIO. $1,750-2,500.

Lot: 1091 - DESIRABLE SAGINAW S.G. US WWII M1 SEMI-AUTO

CARBINE WITH CORRECT FEATURES. Cal. 30 Carb. S# 5863274. Bbl. 18", marked behind front sight "SAGINAW S.G. DIV. GENERAL MOTORS" & has "P" proof in front of bbl. band. Rear sight marked "S". Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Carbine made in approx. March 1944 in Saginaw's 2nd S# block which started at 5,834,619. Unmarked narrow bbl. band w/ stamped swivel. Straight cut slide marked "SG". Rnd. bolt marked "SG". Milled trigger guard marked "SG". Push button safety. Mag. catch marked "M" & "E-SG". Straight cut hammer marked "SG". Recoil plate marked "SG". Low wood oval cut walnut stock marked "RSG", "flaming bomb" & "F" in sling slot. Walnut 2 rivet handguard marked "RSG". MAGS: 1-15 rd. marked "O SG". CONDITION: stock appears to be in original condition but the markings consisting of boxed "SG" & "cross cannons" on right side of buttstock are very faint. Metal retains a very lg. degree of arsenal rework parkerized finish on receiver & bbl., leaving the bolt w/ notably thin finish. Bore has sharp lands & some shine but has scattered spots of oxidation throughout. (21-3584/RW). CURIO. $1,750-2,250.

Lot: 1092 - DESIRABLE CORRECT STANDARD PRODUCTS US WWII M1

SEMI-AUTO CARBINE. Cal. 30 Carb. S# 1989585. Bbl. 18", marked behind front sight "UNDERWOOD 7-43" & "flaming bomb". Flip type rear sight marked "S". Blade front sight w/ protective ears marked "N". Standard Products started as an assembly point for parts supplied by other prime contractors & sub- contractors until production of their own parts reached useful quantities. Components later produced in-house included receivers, bolts, trigger housings & operating slides. Narrow bbl. band w/ stamped swivel is unmarked. Straight cut slide marked inside w/ "S". Flat bolt marked "S29". Milled trigger housing marked "S" & "09A" on the side. Smooth push button safety. Mag. catch marked "SW". Dog-leg hammer marked "SW". High wood oval cut walnut buttstock marked in sling slot "S-HB". Marked on right side of buttstock w/ faint crossed cannons. Deep grooved walnut 2 rivet handguard marked "S-HB". MAGS: 1-15 rd. marked "SL". CONDITION: stock set has well used original finish w/ numerous sm. dents & scratches throughout. Metal retains 80% original parkerized finish w/ light wear, handling marks & spots of missing finish. Very good shiny bore. (21-3582/RW). CURIO. $1,750-2,500.

Lot: 1093 - EXTREMELY NICE ORIGINAL US INLAND MODEL OF 1945

SEMI-AUTO M1 CARBINE. Cal. 30 M1 Carb. S# 6728987. Bbl. 18", marked "INLAND MFG DIV. GENERAL MOTORS 11-44". "P" proof is in correct position in front of bayonet lug. Stamped adj. aperture rear sight marked "I.R. CO". Blade front sight w/ protective ears marked "N". This carbine is in extremely nice condition w/ clear markings, original finish & features. These carbines produced near the end of production generally saw little if any use in combat, in this configuration. Front band w/ bayonet lug & wire swivel. 6 o'clock slide marked "PI". Rnd. bolt marked "AI". Forged trigger guard marked "Inland". Push button safety. Mag. catch marked w/ "M" & "HI". Straight cut hammer marked "HI". Walnut low wood oval cut stock marked "IO" in sling slot & has crossed cannons ordnance mark on right side. 4 Rivet walnut handguard marked w/ faint "A". Green web sling w/ W-oiler. MAGS: 3-15 rd. marked "AI", "UQ", "IA". UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 6 5/8" inch blade M4 bayonet w/ leather washer handle. Bayonet marked on front of cross guard w/ "U.S. M4 IMPERIAL" as made by The Imperial Knife Co. Original green scabbard marked "U.S. M8 B.M.CO" w/ web & composite construction M1910 belt hook. Bayonet has been lightly sharpened but retains lg. percentage of original finish w/ light wear & scattered scratches. Leather washer handle in notably good condition w/ very light wear. Scabbard has light overall wear & staining. Original WWII green web 2 pocket mag. pouch marked "RUBON" dated 1942 & U.S. on flap. Green canvas carbine case w/ zippered closure marked "U.S." Case has green web sling. There is loose stitching at leather tab & early sm. stitched repair at tip but case is serviceable. CONDITION: stock set has very nice original finish w/ legible markings, scattered light handling marks, notable sm. dent on left side of forend behind band. Metal has 90% original finish w/ light high point wear. Very good shiny bore. (21-3561/RW). CURIO. $1,500-2,500.

Lot: 1094 - US WWII INLAND M1 SEMI-AUTO CARBINE WITH POST WAR

UPDATES. Cal. 30 Carbine. S# 5336496. Bbl. 18". marked behind front sight "INLAND MFG. DIV. GENERAL MOTORS 7-44". Milled adj. rear sight w/ "H" in shield on right side. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Front sight base has course machine marks around the bottom & may be replacement. Bbl. band w/ bayonet lug marked "AI". 6 O'clock slide marked "PI". Rnd. bolt marked "IO". Milled trigger housing marked "INLAND". Rotary safety mag. catch has extension for 30 rd. mags. Straight cut hammer marked "W.I.". Low wood oval cut walnut buttstock marked "IO" in swing slot. Marked on right side of butt w/ "crossed cannons". Buttstock marked w/ "P" under grip. Buttstock has unit marking "DET A. 201" underneath forend & additional "98" rack number. 2 Rivet walnut handguard marked "RMC". MAGS: 2-15 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 6 1/2" blade bayonet marked on front of cross guard "U.S. M4 CAMILLUS". Leather washer handle. Sheath marked "US M8A1". Bayonet retains lg. percentage of dark parkerized finish w/ light wear & scratches. Leather washer handle has light wear & scuffing. Scabbard in good condition w/ light wear & staining. Bbl. band w/ bayonet lug. Includes green web sling w/ oiler. Green web 2 pocket slip on mag. pouch marked "FROEHLICH 1943". Canvas front sight cover marked "U.S. E.A. BROWN MFG. CO. 1944". Web belt case for 1st aid kit or pocket compass. Dated 1953. Band marked "MMQ". Bottom of bayonet lug marked "EM-Q". CONDITION: stock set has original finish w/ crisp markings, light wear & scattered handling marks. Notable sm. dent on left side of stock over mag. well. Metal has thinning original parkerized finish w/ light wear & scattered handling marks. Very good shiny bore. (21-3732/RW). CURIO. $900-1,400.

Lot: 1095 - WINCHESTER WWII M1 CARBINE.

Cal. 30 Carb. S# 7275805. Bbl. 18", import marked on bottom. Bbl. marked on top behind front sight w/ “WP” proof. Stamped adj. aperture rear sight marked “I. R. CO.”. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Bbl. band w/ bayonet lug marked “C”. Flat bolt marked “W”. 6 O’clock slide marked “W”. Milled trigger guard marked “W”. Hammer marked “HI”. Rotary safety. Mag. catch marked “E. I.”. Oval cut low wood stock. Stock marked inside sling slot w/ “P J”. Recoil plate marked “W”. 4 Rivet handguard marked “P”. Green web sling. MAGS: 1-15 rd. marked “U”. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 6 3/4" blade bayonet w/ scabbard. Bayonet marked on front of cross guard “U.S. M4 IMPERIAL”. Black checkered plastic grips. Plastic scabbard w/ belt hook marked “US M8A1 BM CO”. Metal parts have thinning. Original parkerizing w/ areas of very light oxidation. Checkered plastic grips have very light wear. Scabbard appears serviceable. CONDITION: stock set has worn finish w/ staining, dents, handling marks & scratches throughout commensurate w/ hard usage. Sm. filled area at top of pistol grip. Missing sm. chips at bottom edge of pistol grip. Sm. crack behind trigger guard. Notable gouges in forend. Handguard has sm. missing chip at right rear. Metal has 60% original parkerized finish w/ thinning, wear & scratches. Shiny bore w/ lightly worn lands. (21-79/RW). CURIO. $600-900.

Lot: 1096 - US WWII INLAND M1 SEMI-AUTO CARBINE.

Cal. 30 Carb. S# 336153. Bbl. 18". Bbl. is marked behind front sight. Import mark at bottom of bbl. Bbl. marked behind front sight "INLAND MFG. DIV. GENERAL MOTORS 5-43". Stamped adj. rear sight marked "I.R. CO". Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Bbl. band w/out bayonet lug marked "MMQ". Straight cut slide marked only with S#. Flat bolt marked "N14" as Electro Pencil S#. Forged trigger housing marked "N". Marked on bottom "LGKNO 283". Rotary safety mag. catch has projection for 30 rd. mag. Unmarked flat hammer. Low wood oval cut. Walnut stock marked "J" in sling slot. 2 Rivet handguard marked "RMC". Green web sling. MAGS: 2 - 15 rd. mags. in canvas pouch. Pouch is marked "ALDON 1945". 4 - 30 rd. mags. "unmarked", "SEY", "N.V.S." & "M2". CONDITION: arsenal rework buttstock has very light wear & handling marks. Handguard has notably more worn dented appearance. Metal has mix of arsenal rework finishes w/ wear, scratches & staining. Good shiny bore. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (21-2858/RW). CURIO. $600-900.

Lot: 1097 - US INLAND WWII MI SEMI-AUTO CARBINE.

Cal. 30 Carbine. S# 568398. Bbl. 18" marked behind front sight "INLAND MFG. DIV GENERAL MOTORS 7-43". Rear sight has been removed & replaced w/ "no drill & tap" scope mount. Mount has Ultralux 4x25 scope installed. Scope has duplex reticle. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Sight has been enhanced in white. Bbl. band w/ bayonet lug marked "J.M.Q.". Flat bolt marked "AI". Straight cut slide marked "AOB". Forged trigger housing marked "N. Rotary safety". Mag. catch has extension for 30 rd. mags. Straight cut hammer has encircled "BR". Walnut stock set w/ low wood oval cut buttstock marked "P.U" in sling slot. 2 Rivet handguard marked "IO". UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 2 - 15 rd. mags., 2 - 5 rd. mags, & bbl. band w/out bayonet lug marked w/ encircled "A". Green web sling. CONDITION: stock set has moderate wear, staining, dents & scratches. Right side of buttstock has sm. holes from attachment of unknown accessory. Metal has 60% original finish w/ light wear & sm. areas of light oxidation & spots of missing finish. Scope optics appear clear & serviceable. Good shiny bore w/ light wear to lands. (21-2976/RW). CURIO. $600-900.

Lot: 1098 - QUALITY HMC US WWII M1 SEMI-AUTO CARBINE WITH

ACCESSORY FOLDING STOCK. Cal. 30 Carb. S# 4752723. Bbl. 18" marked behind front sight "Underwood flaming bomb 44". Milled adj. rear sight. Blade sight w/ protective ears marked "P". Bayonet lug marked "AMCO". Straight cut slide marked "SG". Flat bolt marked "AI". Detachable main spring housing. Milled trigger guard marked "INLAND". Rotary safety marked "M" & "WA". Straight cut hammer marked "KR". Walnut 4 rivet handguard is unmarked. Stock is aftermarket under folding type loosely based on M1 A1 stock. MAGS: 1-15 rd. CONDITION: accessory stock has light wear, handling & staining marks throughout. Handguard has light refinish w/ scattered handling marks. Metal has 75% original parkerizing w/ light wear, scratches & handling marks. Very good shiny bore. (21-3516/RW). MODERN. $400-600.

Lot: 1099 - POSSIBLE KOREAN USE WINCHESTER M1 CARBINE.

Cal. 30 Carb. S# 1074230. Bbl. 18 1/2". Blue Sky import marked at 9 o’clock on 18 1/2" bbl. faintly marked “W&P”. Original blue finish parkerized during arsenal refinishing. Bbl. band mounted protected post front sight. Stamped aperture rear sight w/ windage adj. marked “PI”. Late style bbl. band w/ bayonet lug marked “KI”. Straight cut hammer marked “VA”. Slide marked “L” on bottom. Four rivet handguard. Oval cut low wood stock. Unmarked trigger housing. Rnd. type bolt. Green canvas sling w/ Korean markings & 1986 date. MAGS: 1 15-rd. metal marked “U”. CONDITION: wood furniture displays normal arsenal earned impressions & dings. Parkerized finish on metal surfaces remain complete & consistent. Bore is dark but retains strong lands & grooves. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-2471/JZ). MODERN. $400-600.

Lot: 1100 - SCARCE US MODEL 1898 KRAG BOLT ACTION MILITARY

RIFLE WITH IMPORTED ITALIAN WALNUT STOCK. Cal. 30-40 Krag. S# 265189. Bbl. 30". Model 1898 3 notch tangent rear sight graduated to 2,000 yards. Blade front sight. These rifles were mfg. using imported Italian walnut stocks due to a shortage of walnut at Springfield Armory. The firm of Louis Windmuller & Roelker imported approx. 33,000 stocks in 2 contracts in 1899 according to information in "The Krag Rifle Story" by Mallory & Olson. Stock has crisp, boxed "JSA 1900" on left side. Encircled script "P" under grip. Cleaning rod & oiler in butt. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original hinged brass muzzle cover. CONDITION: original finish stock set has light wear & scattered sm. handling marks throughout commensurate w/ careful use. Metal has thinning original blue w/ scattered light wear tiny handling marks. Very good shiny bore w/ sharp lands. (21-3897/RW). CURIO. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1101 - US MODEL 1899 KRAG CARBINE PHILLIPINE CONSTABULARY

RIFLE. Cal. 30-40 Krag. S# 230386. Bbl. 22". The "Phillipine Constabulary Krag" rifle was made to develop an arm for sm. statured native troops. These rifles were converted from Model 1899 Krag carbines & used a shortened rifle stock. A bayonet was deemed necessary for these arms so the muzzle was turned down to accommodate the Krag bayonet. Conversion work was done at Springfield Armory, Rock Island arsenal & the Manila ordnance depot. The quality of work done on these rifles reflects the professionalism of these established arsenals. Many Krag rifles were shortened by commercial firms to make lighter, handier arms for schools & cadet use. The workmanship of these arms does not tend to be of a high standard & the front sights of these conversions will generally be of a banded type. Model 1898 three notch rear sight marked "C" on base & eye piece. Sight is graduated to 2,000 yards. Unmarked front sight blade measures approx. .250 above sight stud. Muzzle crown appears to be arsenal quality. Outside of muzzle has been turned down to approx. .620 ahead of front sight stud in order to accept the Krag bayonet. Upper band appears to have been stretched over a mandrel which has resulted in a crack at the top of the front strap. Lower band is made w/ swing swivel. Shortened walnut rifle stock. The lightning cut in forend has been filled in a professional manner. Filler piece has been matched to the radius of the lightning cut under bbl. Stock has boxed "CV" inspector's mark w/out date. Cartouche is script type used by Charles Valentine between 1905 & 1907. Charles Valentine was known to inspect US carbines model of 1899 altered for knife bayonet & sling. He also inspected Springfield Phillipine Constabulary carbines, although the inspector normally associated w/ these weapons is J.F. Coyle. Encircled script P proof under grip & also marked "D". Smooth trap buttplate. Compartment has 3 holes for cleaning rod. 2 Rod sections are present. Nickel plated oiler is also present. Handguard is listed as Type 5 in "The American Krag Rifle and Carbine" by Poyer. CONDITION: stock set has nice original finish w/ crisp markings w/ light wear & scattered handling marks. Handguard has tiny crack extending forward from rear sight base to tip. Metal turning gray & patina w/ traces of original blue. Scattered sm. dents & scratches & spots of light oxidation. Lower band has turned overall gray & has notable sm. dents on lower left hand side. As noted, front strap of upper band is cracked. Very good shiny bore. (21-3356/RW). CURIO. $800-1,100.

Lot: 1102 - US SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1898 KRAG RIFLE.

Cal. 30-40 Krag. S# 447308. Bbl. 30”. Model 1902 tangent rear sight w/ sliding peep. Blade front sight. Walnut stock set. Trap buttplate. Military style brown leather sling. CONDITION: refinished stock set has light wear, staining & scattered handling marks. Metal has 50% blue turning patina w/ wear & scattered handling marks. Fair worn bore w/ frosted appearance in grooves. (21-3378/RW). CURIO. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1103 - US MODEL 1898 KRAG BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

Cal. 30-40 Krag. S# 366326. Bbl. 30". Model 1901 ladder rear sight, graduated to 2000 yds. Blade front sight, sight blade has been enhanced w/ red paint. Matching walnut stock set. Stock has crisp, boxed “JSA 1902” cartouche. Encircled script “P” under grip. Smooth trap buttplate. Butt contains one cleaning rod section. Model 1888 brown leather military sling. Well worn scuffed sling is detached at sling swivel. CONDITION: stock has light wear, scattered stains & handling marks throughout but has crisp markings & original finish. Handguard has lg. missing chip at rear over receiver ring on top right side. Metal turning overall gray & patina w/ traces of blue. Light wear, oxidation & fine pitting throughout. Fair, worn bore turning dark. (21-2490/RW). CURIO. $500-700.

Lot: 1104 - U.S. SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903 BOLT ACTION RIFLE

EQUIPPED WITH ORIGINAL U.S.M.C. J. UNERTL SNIPER SCOPE. Cal. 30-06. S# 1316759. Bbl. 24" marked behind front sight "SA flaming bomb 7-42". Receiver produced in 1929 & has "Hatcher Hole" on left side. Bright polished bolt marked underneath handle "W". Bolt shroud marked w/ boxed "7". 1903A3 cocking piece. Ladder rear sight graduated to 2850yds. Dished elevation & windage knobs. Blade front sight. Receiver fitted on top w/ scope block. Forend has been modified to replicate the 1941 USMC Sniper configuration & mortised hole for scope block mounted on bbl. Scope blocks have 7 1/4" spacing between centers, Front scope block is tipped slightly towards muzzle. All milled furniture. Bayonet lug is marked "H". Walnut "C" type stock marked "S" in mag. cut off. Checkered trap buttplate. Brown leather Model 1907 type sling w/ brass keepers. Correct original Unertl 8x external adj. telescope w/ AO. Scope marked on top "J. UNERTL USMC-SNIPER 1390". Lock ring is marked on top "8". Blued steel scope has black anodized aluminum mts. Rear mt. is marked underneath "J UNERTL" & patent number. Scope has crosshair reticle & screw on steel scope caps. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: extremely rare Micarta carrying case w/ quick detachable cap retained by strap. Case has inside spring loaded conical mount for objective scope bell. Also includes instruction paper for Unertl scopes. CONDITION: stock has moderate wear, staining & handling marks. Edge of pistol grip has wear & chipping. Metal has 80% original parkerized finish w/ thinning & light wear. Sling has wear, flexing & cracking. Very good shiny bore. Scope has 90% original finish w/ light high point wear, not fitted w/ return spring in Marine Corp. useage. Scope has scattered spots of peppery oxidation. Optics appear clear & serviceable. Scope carrying case has lg. degree of original green painted finish. Web attachments in very good condition w/ very light staining. (21-1444/RW). CURIO. $6,000-9,000.

Lot: 1105 - VERY SCARCE EARLY MODEL 1903 SPRINGFIELD BOLT

ACTION MILITARY RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. S# 358049. Bbl. 24". Rifle mfg. at the end of 1908. Bbl. date 11-08. Bbl. is also marked SA & flaming bomb. Correct features reflect this early mfg. date. Straight down bolt handle receiver has gas escape hole on right side. Later rear sight graduate to 2,750 yards w/ volley notch. Windage & elevation knobs are knurled & grooved. Windage knob is .450. Blade front sight w/ unmarked sheet metal cover. Milled upper & lower bands swivel is not present in lower band. Smooth narrow trigger. Smooth trap buttplate w/ nickel plated oiler. Letters on "cut off" have serifs. Safety has block letters. Walnut stock is marked "E" in cutoff recess. Marked w/ "S" at fore end tip. Faint boxed JFC inspectors mark on left side above trigger guard. Circle P script proof underneath grip. Left side of stock is straight along receiver. Hand guard is made flat forward of rear sight & w/out clips. CONDITION: metal parts of rifle have been coated in most areas w/ a grease like preservative which is in a hardened state. Sm. areas of the stock also have this preservative. Stock has light wear, staining & scattered handling marks but has otherwise good appearance. Metal appears to have traces of blue in protected areas turning gray w/ light wear & spots of oxidation. Bore is shiny w/ lightly worn lands (21-2455/RW). CURIO. $600-900.

Lot: 1106 - US WWII REMINGTON M1903 A3 BOLT ACTION MILITARY

RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. S# 3442106. Bbl. 24", marked behind front sight "RA" "flaming bomb" "1.43". Adj. aperture rear sight. Blade front sight w/ Sedgley marked sight cover. Replacement 1903 bolt w/ straight down handle. Bolt shroud safety & cutoff marked "R". Milled upper band & smooth buttplate. Balance of furniture is stamped including Smith Corona sm. bow trigger guard. Non matching walnut stock set. Buttstock is marked on left side of grip w/ faint boxed "FJA". Marked under grip w/ encircled "P". Has "18" on top of buttstock at heel. Unmarked military M1907 type sling. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: nickel plated oiler in butt. CONDITION: stock set has arsenal rework type finish w/ light wear & handling marks. Good shiny 4 groove bbl. w/ lightly worn lands. (21-3776/RW). CURIO. $500-800.

Lot: 1107 - US WWII SMITH CORONA 1903/A3 BOLT ACTION MILITARY

RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. S# 3635331. Bbl. 24", marked "SC flaming bomb & 1 43". 6 Groove bbl. Adj. aperture rear sight. Blade front sight. Bolt, bolt sleeve & safety marked "R". All stamped furniture including sm. bow Smith Corona trigger guard. Stacking swivel is not present. Stacking swivel screw is Phillips replacement. Nickel plated oiler in butt. Walnut stock set. Buttstock is marked on left side w/ partially visible boxed "FJA" & "crossed cannons". Circle "P" proof under grip. CONDITION: stock set has arsenal rework type finish w/ scattered dents filled w/ grayish colored compound. Metal has 75% original greenish parkerizing w/ wear & handling marks. Bolt has worn, blackened finish. Bore has lightly worn lands turning back in grooves. (21-3414/RW). CURIO. $500-700.

Lot: 1108 - ARSENAL REBUILT US MODEL 1903 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE.

Cal. 30-06. S# 802949. Bbl. 24". A nice example of an arsenal rebuilt US Model 1903 rifle. Parkerized bbl. & action. WWI era 1903 rear sight, graduated to 2700m w/ fixed blade front sight. 1-31 dated bbl. SA marked w/ flaming bomb at 12 o’clock behind front sight. Full length hardwood stock complete w/ metal buttplate & trapdoor. Stock marked “B” 6 o’clock rear of trigger guard. Remington bolt. MAGS: none. CONDITION: wood exhibits typical impressions & scratches for rifles of this era. Parkerized finish is complete & consistent. Bolt finish is a darker shade of black. Bore is dark but still retains strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. PROVENANCE: Collection of Dr. John Persing. (21-2611/JZ). MODERN. $400-600.

Lot: 1109 - US WWII REMINGTON 1903A3 BOLT ACTION MILITARY

RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. S# 3527190. Bbl. 24". Bbl. is marked behind front sight "R A flaming bomb 1-43". Adj. aperture rear sight. Blade front sight. Bolt handle is marked on top w/ encircled 8. Bolt shroud & safety are marked "R". Mag. cutoff is marked "R". All stamped furniture including sm. bow trigger guard. Buttstock has black rubber grenade launching pad w/ raised US flaming bomb & B200968. Walnut stock set. Stock is marked w/ faint boxed FJA on left side over trigger guard & circle P proof under grip. 4 Acceptance marks are visible in front of trigger guard. CONDITION: stock set has light wear staining & scattered handling marks. Finish is notably thin under grenade launching pad. Pad has aged cracking appearance. Metal retains 80% wartime greenish parkerizing w/ light wear & scattered scratches. Finish is notable thin on front sight base due to having a sight cover installed in the past. Very good shiny bore. (21-3098/RW). CURIO. $400-600.

Lot: 1110 - DWM MODEL 1914 ARTILLERY LUGER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL

RIG. Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 8529. Bbl. 8" w/ fine tune sight set. Chamber dated 1915 (15,000 units S# 290-7285a). All components of pistol matching numbered including grips. Appropriate internal areas in the white along w/ proper straw colors. Correct receiver proofs. MAGS: 1 Tin plated 8 rd. w/ wood base marked "7772a +" plus "REG" reading rear to front & crown proof at front. Plating appears even but dull & cartridge aligned stain on follower. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: good board stock. Left side has crown proof plus "W.C.W" w/ 2nd W going through the proof. Finish loss & peppery oxidation on stock iron numbered 3931a along w/ minimal straw colors on attachment lever. Stock attaches well w/out looseness. Leather attached to stock is good & solid at butt. Front piece is broken at tightest attachment position. Good finish w/ typical light marks & spotty patina. Fair holster set w/ fragile & damaged straps plus cracked finish on body w/ better looking flap. Back marked "Kern Klager & Cle, 1916, Neu-Ulm". Intact lift strap & tool (missing) pouch. Very good bbl. handled cleaning rod; leather cover of flap over handle still has both disks. CONDITION: good to very good appearance w/ typical high point thinning & numerous areas of peppery oxidation rather than continuous coverage. Very good grips w/ light handling marks. Very good bright bore w/ short section of cleaned light pitting near muzzle. (21-2591/NW). CURIO. $2,500-3,200.

Lot: 1111 - DWM MODEL 1900 LUGER AMERICAN EAGLE SEMI-AUTO

PISTOL WITH IDEAL HOLSTER STOCK. Cal. 30 Luger. S# 10622. Bbl. 4 3/4" (120mm) w/ replacement white bead front sight. Commercial model for export having "GERMANY' under S# of frame. Other early features include: narrow trigger & wide trigger guard along w/ dished toggle knobs plus grip safety. Eagle over chamber plus flat top to front of breech block. Matching numbers in commercial locations on frame, receiver, bbl., takedown lever, sideplate, grip safety, trigger & toggle assembly. Straw colored sm. parts & appropriate interior areas in the white. Thumb safety is safe w/ lever up leaving bright area in lower position. Appropriately w/out stock lug. Approx. 6,000-8,000 mfg. from S# 2,000 - 20,000. Smooth walnut grips w/ metal backers to utilize Ideal holster stock. MAGS: proper unmarked tin plated 8 rd. w/ wood base. Occasional stain spots on body; very good base. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: good to very good Ideal telescoping holster stock having spring belt clip, integral leather holster & telescoping framework. Leather portion of holster in very good condition. Mixture of patina & peppery oxidation on metal portions. "PATENTS PENDING" markings clearly visible. Smooth proper functioning of telescoping feature. CONDITION: good plus overall appearance w/ good straw colors having only minimal fading. Commercial export refinish w/ faded gray tone to bbl. Patina finish on grip straps yet good to very good gluing on grip safety. Somewhat spotty finish & peppery appearance most noticeable on sideplate plus left frame flat. No receiver proofs. Light peppery oxidation on right side of frame above grip plus cleaned similar pitting on right receiver rail above trigger. Minimal finish & light marks on high point rectangle of sideplate. Good grips having patina finish to attachment screws. Near excellent bore having wide lands & grooves. Hold open latch spring broken but will function w/ damaged portion of spring placed on top. (21-3893/NW). CURIO. $2,500-3,500.

Lot: 1112 - DWM MODEL 1914 MILITARY LUGER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 1862b. Bbl. 4" w/ fin shaped sight blade. Chamber dated 1914; 140,000 units in S# 80 to 7060q. All matching numbers including grips which also have Gothic "S" (not very clear on right) plus appropriate internal areas in the white. Front strap marked "174.R.12.4" indicating 174th Regiment, Reserve Cavalry, 12th Company & 4th firearm. Correct period receiver proofs. MAGS: 2 very good tin plated 8 rd. w/ wood bases; gloss unmarked & oiled w/ "2119k +". UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: fair to good holster w/ buckle & strap retention. 1 Belt loop broken at top plus much of tool pouch separated w/ broken flap. Balance of holster is well used but undamaged; no markings. CONDITION: very good example that appears original finish having especially clear markings & proofs. Strawed parts are very faint w/ ejector being best appearing; those items showing on left side of pistol have gray tone whereas right side straw is faded only. Occasional faint pitting being mostly on sideplate. Very good finish w/ typical high point wear caused by holstering. Minimal wear on fine checkered grips & near excellent bore. Very nice example of Luger. (21-2575/NW). CURIO. $1,200-1,800.

Lot: 1113 - MAUSER S/42 CODE 1937 DATE LUGER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 9385u. Bbl. 4" w/ fin shaped front sight & toggle notched rear. Mfg. 1937 as dated over chamber. Matching numbers on all parts in military locations to include rear toggle pivot & grips. Correct all blued finish plus all markings sharp & clear including eagle 63 proofs. MAGS: 2 very good correct style 8 rd. w/ aluminum bases marked w/ eagle 63 proofs. 1 numbered 9385u appearing renumbered as 85 stamped after area of base was flattened; 2nd numbered 9332a +. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: good plus flap holster by WILH.BRAND of HEIDELBERG having 1936 date & eagle WaA274. Double belt loops plus buckle & strap retention. GI style rawhide hangman's noose through holes at bottom. Original loading tool w/ eagle 63 proof. CONDITION: good to very good appearance w/ typical holster like high point wear. No visible wear on grip straps. Some items w/ extra polish are takedown lever, trigger, safety, right side of mag. release & especially grip screws w/ near excellent slots. Good shiny bore w/ light wear & cleaned light to moderate pitting. (21-3800/NW). CURIO. $1,200-1,800.

Lot: 1114 - MAUSER byf "BLACK WIDOW" LUGER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 234s. Bbl. 4" w/ fin shaped front sight & notched toggle rear. Chamber marked "41" & front toggle marked "byf"plus left flat of frame marked "P.08". Eagle 655 proofs, no sear safety & characteristic border checkered black plastic grips. Proper all salt blued finish w/ no strawed parts. Approx. 25,000 mfg. S# 3300n to 1000. All matching numbers including rear toggle pivot. MAGS: 1 very good correct extruded 8 rd. w/ brown plastic base; properly marked w/ "fxo", "P.08" & eagle 37 proofs. CONDITION: good plus overall appearance, appearing to be arsenal refinished w/ all markings sharp having well preserved contours. Typical light holster high point wear. Bbl. w/ noticeable light to moderate pitting on left side plus some scattered faint pitting additionally near front of receiver & lightly on grip straps. Near excellent bore & grips. (21-3542/NW). CURIO. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1115 - SWISS MODEL 1929 MILITARY LUGER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 30 Luger. S# 52515. Bbl. 4 3/4" w/ saw tooth shaped front sight blade & notched toggle rear. Mfg. 1930-1947; S# 50001 to 77941 by Bern in Switzerland. Often called Model 1906/29 Swiss due to its 1906 pattern features such as grip safety. Military variation w/out P prefix of S# as used on commercial models. Matching full S# on frame, bbl. & rear toggle. Receiver lug numbered 515. Back of sideplate numbered 290 plus "CN"; most parts have Swiss cross plus many have 2 letters such as "CG" on front toggle, "CV" on extractor & "CG" on back of takedown lever. Breech block has circled "K". Bottom of frame in front of trigger guard has extremely sm. import marks; face of trigger guard has "P" indicating Swiss Gov't. release. Proper all blued finish w/ no strawed components plus brown plastic checkered grips. MAGS: 1 near excellent 8 rd. P marked Swiss w/ brown plastic base secured by 2 pins. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: near excellent reproduction dark brown flap holster having strap loops, mag. pouch on edge, dbl. belt loops plus stud & strap retention. CONDITION: very good overall appearance w/ arsenal quality refinish of less gloss than original; likely done before Gov't sale. Slight high point wear throughout & thinning finish of bbl. & portions of receiver; sideplate appears 99% finish. Slight beginning gray patina tone in grip area. Near excellent bore & grips. (21-3541/NW). CURIO. $900-1,400.

Lot: 1116 - ERFURT MODEL 1914 MILITARY LUGER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 8824g. Bbl. 4" w/ fin shaped front sight & toggle notched rear. Chamber dated 1918 plus appropriate proofs. Take down lever #47 & right grip w/ proof mark only; all other items matching numbered including left grip. Appropriate straw colored parts. MAGS: 2 TOTAL 8 rd.; 1 very good blued original w/ wood base numbered 772r +. Disassembled & missing follower button, 1 as new MEC-GAR. CONDITION: good plus overall appearance w/ typical high point wear & light pitting in finish mostly on right side. Very faint straw colors. Very good bore w/ just a hint of wear & frosting. Good grips w/ hand wear. (21-2843/NW). CURIO. $900-1,400.

Lot: 1117 - MAUSER 42 CODE LUGER SEMI-AUTO

PISTOL. Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 189v. Bbl. 4" w/ fin shaped front sight. Attractive appearance as chrome plated w/ gold accents comprised of takedown lever, trigger, mag. latch & rear toggle. Mostly matching numbered metal parts; hold open latch #33 & rear toggle #27 plus unmarked aftermarket checkered walnut grips. Retains stock lug but 2 or 4 digit chamber date removed; most likely per S# was 1939. Receiver w/ eagle party symbol & eagle 63; eagle 63 common on 1939 S/42 Code models & eagle 655 usually used on 42 Codes. MAGS: 2 very good aftermarket 8 rd.; blued w/ unmarked aluminum base & stainless appearance w/ unmarked wood base. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: very attractive walnut glass topped case w/ shadow line cutout for pistol & spare mag. having sprayed on green velvet like material; brass hardware. CONDITION: very good to excellent appearance w/ thinning of gold plating w/ slight base chrome plating showing through. Near excellent grips. Fair bore w/ even, moderate cleaned pitting & wear. (21-1479/NW). CURIO. $750-1,000.

Lot: 1118 - MAUSER 1937 DATED S/42 LUGER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 8061s. Bbl. 4" w/ fin shaped front sight. Chambered area dated 1937 plus eagle 63 proofs. All matching numbers of metal parts including rear toggle pivot. Swiss style bordered checked walnut grips w/ out numbers. MAGS: 1 good plus tin plated 8 rd. w/ wood base numbered 5762. Slight chips in base dimples plus spots of plating loss at front. CONDITION: very good commercially refinished appearance having extra gloss plus strawed parts have been gold plated w/ bright spots showing through plating. Left grip has sm. chip by safety lever. Fair bore w/ wear & even moderate pitting in grooves. (21-1746/NW). CURIO. $650-900.

Lot: 1119 - DWM 1920 COMMERCIAL SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 30 Luger. S# 1205 L. Bbl. 3 15/16" w/ fin shaped front blade. Matching numbers on sideplate, takedown lever, trigger, rear toggle, receiver lug & bbl; extractor numbered 48. Remaining parts including grips are not numbered. Crown N proof on bbl. & receiver plus "Germany" export mark on right side of receiver. MAGS: 1 fair tin plated 8 rd. w/ unmarked wood base. Brown patina appearance w/ various rub marks & somewhat resistant to insertion. Follower does not activate hold open latch. CONDITION: fair to good overall w/ noticeable hand wear on grips & grip straps; patina on rear. Typical holster high point wear w/ thinning & beginning patina. Strawed parts extremely faded w/ gray tone. Very good bore. (21-2595/NW). CURIO. $550-800.

Lot: 1120 - MAUSER WARTIME COMMERCIAL MODEL 1896 SEMI-AUTO

PISTOL. Cal. 30 Mauser. S# 338129. Bbl. 5 1/2" w/ inverted V front sight & frame mounted 50-1000 tangent rear. Mauser legend on right side of frame & crown proof on right side of receiver. Crown U on bolt & left side of receiver along w/ "MADE IN GERMANY" export mark. Mauser legend over chamber. All matching external numbers plus floor plate. Correct "NS" marked hammer & 30 groove grips (numbered 410). Lightning cuts on receiver rails & appropriate fire blued components. Slotted for shoulder stock. CONDITION: good to very good appearance having German quality export refinish w/ areas of light pitting; nice under very good grips. Bore worn w/ even light to moderate pitting. (21-2601/NW). CURIO. $650-900.

Lot: 1121 - WWII TYPE III WAFFENAMP PROOFED FN BROWNING HI

POWER. Cal. 9mm. S# 178883. Bbl. 4 21/36". Serrated ring hammer w/ thumbprint feature. Internal extractor. Serrated slide. Fixed sights. Left side controls. Blued finish on exposed metal surfaces. Checkered hardwood grips. Left side controls. Left side of slide marked: “FABRIQUE NATIONALE D’ARMES DE CUERRE / HERSTAL BELGIQUE BROWNING’S PATENT DEPOSE WaA140” & German eagle. Left side frame marked “MR” on triggerguard, “WaA140” above trigger & German eagle also above trigger forward above pistol grip. Right side markings include: coinciding S# “178883” on bbl., slide & frame in parallel. MAGS: 1-13 rd. marked w/ waffenamp & “WaA140”. CONDITION: blued finish is complete & consistent on right side though the top & the left side has succumbed to multiple spots of thinning. Markings are clear & easy to read. Fit is tight & springs retain their energy. Sm. screw on right side of mag. release sits proud. Bore is clean w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3943/JZ). CURIO. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1122 - FN MODEL 1935 (p) HIGH POWER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 18236b. Bbl. 4 3/4". Mfg. Jan. 1944 - Aug.1944 w/ S# 1b to 61800b as third variant of fixed sight German WaA 140 proofed pistols. Basic mill finish w/out polishing before being blued. Full matching numbers on frame, slide & bbl. Correct features of: ring hammer, takedown slide depression, no mag. safety, border checkered chocolate brown Bakelite grips & w/out stock slot. MAGS: 1 properly rough finished 13 rd. having split tail base & aluminum follower. Base of spine has "7" & "6" (or 9) 90 degrees apart. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: fair to good dark oiled flap holster (stud & strap retention) w/out markings. Spare mag. pouch on front for some single stack mag. Repaired & replaced dbl. belt loops on back w/ stitching holes from prior single wide loop. Front near top slotted for lift strap (missing). Holster fits well even though not for pistol. 1 March 1946 bring back document identifying pistol by # only (no suffix b) as transferred to Tech SGT. Robert O. Gee. CONDITION: about very good original finish showing appropriate mill marks. Slight high point wear as expected plus slightly more from holstering such as front of slide. Slight grip hand wear. Sm. mark on top of slide in front of rear sight. Minimal grip strap wear. Near excellent bore. Very nice wartime example. (21-3423/NW). CURIO. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1123 - FN COMMERCIAL HIGH POWER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 9074. Bbl. 4 2/3". Mfg. pre war as commercial example having Belgium proofs w/out military proofs. Slotted backstrap, ring hammer, tangent sight, takedown dimple on slide & border checkered walnut grips w/ plain backs. Matching numbered frame, slide & bbl. Interarms import mark on right front of frame. Mag. & thumb safeties. MAGS: 1 modern made in Italy Nato marked 13 rd. w/ gloss push button base & black plastic follower. CONDITION: good appearance w/ arsenal type refinish over light pitting plus noticeable pitting on sides of frame under grips. Light resistance on mag. due to sear spring. Slight improper fit of left grip sitting somewhat to rear. Good appearing grips & very good bore. Missing firing pin, spring & stop. (21-2581/NW). CURIO. $450-600.

Lot: 1124 - VERY RARE MAUSER MODEL HSc SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 32 ACP. S# 855564. Bbl. 3.4". WWII era Swiss commercial example mfg. w/in S# range 800,000-900,000. Blued finish w/ eagle N proof on right rear of trigger guard bow & right front of slide; no other proofs. Mag. release at butt & slide w/ standard Mauser markings on left plus safety. Checkered walnut grips w/ midpoint attachment screws. References indicate only low grip screw & cut away variations are more scarce than this example. MAGS: 1 near excellent 8 rd. w/ polished floorplate having semi circular recess at front & Mauser banner at rear. CONDITION: good plus appearance w/ noticeable hand wear to grip straps. Peppery oxidation appearing mostly on areas of slide. Light high edge wear & somewhat gray tone to bottom of trigger guard & grip straps. Noticeable hand wear to grips but no damage. Very good to near excellent bore. (21-2599/NW). CURIO. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1125 - MAUSER MODEL HSc SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm Kurz (380 ACP). S# 01.7745. Bbl. 3 1/4". Post WWII German mfg. as imported by Interarms 1983-1985. Blade front sight w/ square notch rear sight. Blue finish w/ 2 piece checkered walnut grips. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. CONDITION: 90% lightly faded blue showing sm. spots of pitting & corrosion. Grips show light wear & handling marks. Bore retains sound rifling showing some lead fouling. (21-3502/DS). MODERN. $400-600.

Lot: 1126 - RARE "GRAY GHOST" MAUSER MODEL P.38 svw-45

SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 2072f. Bbl. 5". Mfg. in Mauser factory just before end of WWII, after which it was occupied by French who continued making P.38's w/ leftover parts that would often have German proofs to which French added star proof. Since this has no French star proofs, it appears to be rare end of war German production P.38 having gray phosphate finish (sides of slide w/ polished appearance); often referred to as "Gray Ghost" model. German eagle 135 proofs on frame, slide, bbl. & locking block; eagle party symbol also on slide & locking block. Matching #s on slide, frame, bbl. & locking block. Horizontally grooved black plastic grips. Scarce model w/in appropriate 1g-4500k S# range for svw-45's. MAGS: 2 Very good 8 rd. marked on left side P.38v. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: very good vintage shoulder holster w/ harness assembly having spring loaded clip marked w/ "39 DRGM" along w/ decorative "A" 90 degrees apart from 39 DRGM. Back of holster very nicely marked "Sgt B. V. Erlendson" over "37568742". Conversation w/ son of Bertel Valentine Erlendson confirms he was a US soldier who was born in 1922, died 1965 & is buried in North Dakota. CONDITION: good plus appearance having light gray tone throughout along w/ typical high point wear. Near excellent grips & bore. (21-1944/NW). CURIO. $2,500-4,000.

Lot: 1127 - MAUSER svm-45 P.38 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 388h. Bbl. 5". Mfg. in Mauser factory just before end of WWII, after which it was occupied by the French who continued making P.38's w/ leftover parts that would often have German proofs to which French added star proof that this pistol has on right side of slide & on locking block. German eagle 135 proof on bbl. Matching #s on slide, frame, bbl. & locking block. Export marked "Germany" on right side of frame above trigger guard bow plus CAI import marked on underside of bbl. In front of hold open latch pivot of left side frame is lightly stamped w/ eagle symbol & BH which codes to 17 indicating 2017. Horizontally grooved gray stamped metal grips. Scarce model w/in appropriate 1g-4500k S# range for svw-45's. MAGS: 1 good 8 rd. marked on left side P.38v plus 1840; spine at top has eagle 359 proof. CONDITION: good to very good overall appearance w/ darker phosphate finish to firearm & gray tone to grips. Typical holster like high point wear; especially on grips. Good bore w/ even light frosting & slight wear. (21-1760/NW). CURIO. $500-750.

Lot: 1128 - WALTHER 22 LR MODEL P.38 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 22 LR. S# 1782. Bbl. 130mm marked w/ "22 l.r." & eagle "N" proof. Mfg. 1971 as marked on left front of trigger guard along w/ eagle "N" proof; no other markings on frame or under grips. Slide w/ lightening cuts has Walther banner, cal. marking, "Made in W. Germany", 1782, Interarms marking & eagle "N" proof. MAGS: 2 near excellent factory 10 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: matching no. brown 2 piece box w/ slight scuffs on corners & tape repair to peeling finish on lid. Manual & signed test target. Simple wire cleaning rod. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent; appears new. (21-3821/NW). MODERN. $1,200-1,700.

Lot: 1129 - MAUSER byf 43 MODEL P.38 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 4265n. Bbl. 5" w/ dovetailed blade front sight & notched rear on dust cover. Mfg. 1943 w/ matching numbered slide, bbl. & locking block. Eagle 135 proofs. Mottled appearing horizontally grooved brown Bakelite grips. MAGS: 2 factory 8 rd.: 1 fair to good w/ P.38v on left side at base plus eagle 135 on spine; 1 good marked P.38 on lower left side plus "jvd" & "eagle WaA706". UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: fair to good black P. 38 marked flap holster having spare mag. pouch, internal lift strap plus staple & strap flap retention; bottom of front belt loop separated. Marked "CWW" above front belt loop plus between belt loops at top is "eagle WaA392" & "1943" (bottom curve of 3 barely visible). CONDITION: very good overall appearance w/ just common high point holster wear. Near excellent grips. Good plus bore w/ occasional light & faint pitting. (21-2589/NW). CURIO. $650-900.

Lot: 1130 - EXTREMELY CLEAN NAZI PROOFED SPREEWERK (cyq) P38.

Cal. 9mm. S# 5103x. Bbl. 5". Spreewerk (cyq) P38 mfg. in December 1944. Numerous parts, including the frame, bbl. & slide bear matching numbers. Several also possess the German eagle & waffenamt w/ code 88 (including the magazine). As would be expected, the exterior finish particularly on the slide illustrates the rough machining marks typical of the Spreewerk guns. Finish is a correct dark bluing. Dark brown bakelite grips. Lanyard loop on lower left pistol grip. Fixed blade front sight w/ drift adj. rear sights. Left side safety/decocker. Bottom mag. release. MAGS: 1-8 rd. marked w/ Waffenamt 88. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: "P38" marked leather flap holster. CONDITION: blued finish on exposed metal surfaces enjoys complete & consistent coverage. Some thinning on high spots & around the area of the muzzle as well as areas of mechanical intervention but remains a remarkably low amount of wear. Grips possess only a few gentle scratches. Bore is shiny w/ aggressive rifling. Firing control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3798/JZ). CURIO. $500-700.

Lot: 1131 - SPREEWERKE MODEL P.38 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 8101S. Bbl. 5". All matching numbers w/ eagle 88 proofs & black horizontal grooved grips. MAGS: 1 P1 very good 8 rd. CONDITION: very good overall w/ typical mill finish & light high point wear. Sm. mark at top of right grip. Near excellent bore. (21-1735/NW). CURIO. $450-600.

Lot: 1132 - SPREEWERKE cyq MODEL P.38 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9 mm Luger. S#572v. Bbl. 5". Standard wartime issue example w/ eagle 88 proofs plus matching numbered frame, slide, bbl. & locking block. Horizontally grooved chocolate brown bakelite grips. MAGS: 2 good factory 8 rd.: 1 w/ eagle 88 at base of spine; 1 w/ oxidized & distorted base having WaA135 on spine plus P. 38 on left side near base. CONDITION: missing locking block retaining spring. Very good overall appearance w/ occasional faint spots of peppery oxidation, holster like high point wear & thinning on front strap. Very good bore & near excellent grips. (21-3174/NW). CURIO. $450-600.

Lot: 1133 - WALTHER MODEL P.38 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 200888. Bbl. 5". Mfg. 1968 w/ alloy frame marked "Made in West Germany" along w/ eagle N proof. Checkered black plastic grips w/ light thumb recess on left. All matching numbers; locking blocks not numbered. MAGS: 1 very good Walther banner marked; dated 8/61. CONDITION: generally very good appearance w/ noticeable finish loss on front strap. Very good grips & finish of steel components. Near excellent bore. (21-1745/NW). CURIO. $350-500.

Lot: 1134 - EXEMPLARY GERMAN EAGLE MARKED G43 8MM RIFLE.

Cal. 8mm. S# 2229c. Bbl. 22". The Gewehr 43 (G43) shares many similarities w/ the Karbiner 43 (Kar43) & even the Soviet M1940 Tokarev rifle. It was mfg. in lg. quantities & aesthetics were not a point of order in this particular build. It was mfg. from rough stampings, castings & forgings & machining operations only took place when absolutely necessary. Though they all were standard w/ a scope mt. to accommodate the ZF41 1.5X optic, there were many variables in relation to the bolt carrier latch which may be found on the left side, or the right side of the bolt carrier, w/ some examples not having one at all. This particular example features the handle on the left side w/ the catch on the right. The G43 functions w/ a short piston gas operation system bleeding excessive pressure approx. 12" from the muzzle. The piston operates on the Tappet principal striking the operating rod, which extends rearward into the receiver, where the energy is utilized to eject & extract the spent cartridge. This particular example has a full length, hardwood stock w/ an attractive orange/red grain tone. The heat shield between the front trunnion & the muzzle appears to be a dark brown bakelite type material which was not uncommon in this configuration. The muzzle is threaded & still retaining the thread protector & cleaning rod extending into stock is also present. Hooded front sight blade & rear tangent sight are marked from 100m to 1200m. There are several interesting markings including several that bear matching numbers. The stock & receiver are matching as well as the charging mechanism. Both stock & receiver share the German eagle w/ code 214. The scope mt. mates correctly & still retain the “GW ZF 4” scope marked “dow / 2787”, also includes “FEST” & “LOSE” engraving & German eagle w/ 214 on base. Currently sporting a thin leather sling on left side of rifle. MAGS: 1 original factory marked w/ WaAB43 waffenamt & “aye” factory code. CONDITION: the attractive laminated hardwood stock bears a few light impressions typical of armory storage. There is also a sm. area rear of the receiver on the left side where a 1.75" crack is present, though it is not certain it bears any structural integrity problems. The right side bears a similar scarring. The optical sight is a bit cloudy & the heavy, bold reticle has succumb to some fading. Original finish on exposed metal surfaces still largely intact & complete. Bore has succumbed to some heavy pitting & is dark. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-2464/JZ). CURIO. $1,500-2,000.

Lot: 1135 - WWII GERMAN GUSTLOFF-WERKE (bcd) G43 SEMI AUTO

RIFLE. Cal. 8mm Mauser. S# 6955C. Bbl. 21 3/4". Rifle buttstock has had "duffle cut" 1 1/2" ahead of cup buttplate. Receiver marked on left side "G43 bcd", indicating mfg. at Gustoff-Werke in Weimar & German eagle proof. Bolt carrier marked on left side w/ matching S# & "bt". Numbers match on bolt carrier, bolt, firing pin carrier & locking lugs (very faint). Tangent rear sight graduated to 1200m. Blade front sight w/ protective hood. Threaded muzzle w/ protective cap. Cleaning rod is present. Unmarked laminated stock set. MAGS: 1 detachable 10 rd. marked on left side "aye K43". UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: accompanying buttstock section w/ buttplate. Correct leather sling. CONDITION: buttplate section of buttstock has lg. crack on left side. Buttplate trap cover is loose in the closed position. Saw cut appears straight, but leaves slight loss of wood due to saw "kerf". Balance of stock has very light wear, light staining & scattered handling marks. Metal has 50% original finish turning gray w/ scattered spots of oxidation. Bbl. has notably coarse machine marks between front sight & nose cap. Front sight hood appears to be replacement. Bore is shiny w/ lightly worn lands. (21-2658/RW). CURIO. $1,500-2,500.

Lot: 1136 - FINE COMPLETE EXAMPLE OF A HAENEL KK SPORT

DROPPPING BLOCK TARGET RIFLE. Cal. 22 LR. S# 3078. Bbl. 28" tapered oct., has matted top flat, rear portion milled to accept rear sight. allowing it to be mounted in various positions. Original sight is present & stamped "DRGM" on left side. It is adj. for windage & elevation. Front sight w/ interchangeable blades is in matted ramp. Blued dropping block action marked "HAENEL - K. K. Sport" " CAL. 22 LONG RIFLE" on top & w/ Haenel arrow logo on top left. Action is otherwise unmarked except for S# on bottom tang. Top tang fitted w/ original diopter peep rear sight equipped w/ quick change apertures. It is also adj. for windage & elevation. Steel capped pistol grip buttstock of relatively plain European walnut measures 14" over serrated steel buttplate. Grip is checkered. Matching long schnabeled forend fitted w/ palm rest. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: rear sight removal & adj. key. CONDITION: very fine, original. Bbl. & action w/ over 90% original blue. Action w/ some scratches & couple of heavy marks on left side. Stocks retain nearly all of their oil finish w/ some light & heavy marks. Bore is excellent. Mechanically fine. (21-2458/MGM). CURIO. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1137 - WAFFENWERKE-BRUNN (DOT) G33/40 GERMAN WWII BOLT

ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 8mm Mauser. S# 8325b. Bbl. 19 3/8". Non matching numbers. Scarce carbine mfg. at BRNO in Czechoslovakia, many of which were issued to German mountain troops. This particular specimen has scratches inscription on buttstock, protective plate on left side "FALLSCHIRMJAGER 741 (????) KURSK" & "43". Receiver marked on left rail "G.33/40". Receiver ring marked on top w/ waffenamt "653", "dot" & "1942". Turned down bolt handle w/ hollow knob. Bolt handle marked underneath w/ "N5". Tangent rear sight graduated to 1000 meters. Inverted V front sight. Fitted w/ non standard sight protector. Front sight is mounted on 1 1/8" sleeve which is attached to muzzle end of bbl. Sleeve is not rifled. Cleaning rod & bayonet lug are present. Has provision for side sling. Laminated buttstock & walnut handguard. Buttstock has steel takedown hole, cup type buttplate & sheet metal stock protector fitted to left side. CONDITION: stock set has early arsenal rework type finish w/ markings rendered illegible. Handguard has lg. crack at top between bbl. bands. Metal has been cleaned, turning gray w/ traces of original blue. Muzzle sleeve has notable gray appearance. Bore has worn lands turning dark in grooves. (21-2800/RW). CURIO. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1138 - MODEL 1888 COMMISSION RIFLE & MODEL 71/84 MAUSER

ANTIQUE GERMAN BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLES. 1) MODEL 1888 COMMISSION RIFLE. Cal. 8mm Mauser. NSN. Bbl. 28 3/8". Rifle has had all markings & numbers removed except for GEW88 on left side of receiver. Straight bolt handle. Ladder rear sight graduated to 2,000 meters. Front sight is not present. Cleaning rod is not present. Upper band w/ bayonet lug. Walnut stock. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Model 1871 Italian 20 1/4" fullered blade bayonet. Bayonet has tiny acceptance marks on both sides at ricasso. Curved quillion. S# on right side of hilt. Black composite grips. Leather scabbard w/ metal throat. Approx. 4" of scabbard tip is missing. Bayonet has been sharpened. Has light wear turning patina. CONDITION: stock has arsenal rework type finish w/ light wear & handling marks throughout. Receiver & bolt are bright. Balance of parts have 70% blue w/ wear & light oxidation. Good shiny bore. (01-19503/RW). 2) MODEL 71-84 MAUSER. Cal. 11mm Mauser. S# 2549. All visible #s match except bolt assembly. Bbl. 31 1/2". Straight bolt handle. Ladder rear sight graduated to 1,600 meters. Inverted V front sight. Receiver is marked on left side in German script "I.G. Mod. 71/84". Marked on right side "1886". Bbl. is marked on top over chamber w/ crown Spandau & marked on top of left flap w/ crown FW. Numerous proofs & acceptance marks. Stacking rod is present. Walnut stock has crown acceptance marks on right side. Buttplate unit markings are "3.G.G.R. R.283." CONDITION: stock has added finish w/ light wear, dents, scratches & staining throughout. Metal has turned overall patina w/ traces of blue. Metal has oxidation & fine pitting throughout. Bright receiver & bolt turning gray. Very good shiny bore. (01-19504/RW). BOTH ANTIQUE. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1139 - 2 MAUSER BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLES.

BOTH: cals. 8mm Mauser. 1) MODEL 98K. S# 22307a. Bbl. 23 5/8" including muzzle cap. Numbers match on receiver, rear sight, trigger guard & bbl. bands. Rifle has been modified w/ 3 holes drilled & tapped in receiver. Bolt handle has been forged & altered to clear scope. Dayton Traister low scope safety. Trigger replaced by commercial single stage type. Receiver marked on top "byf 43". Tangent rear sight graduated to 2000 meters. Inverted V front sight w/ added protective ears. Cleaning rod & bayonet lug are present. Solid upper band. Milled lower band. Laminated stock set w/ steel takedown hole & cup type buttplate. Stock & edge of receiver have been modified to clear bolt handle. CONDITION: stock set has arsenal rework type finish w/ original markings rendered illegible. Metal has arsenal rework type black finish w/ light wear & scratches. Lightly worn bore turning dark. (21-2787/RW). MODERN. 2) STANDARD MODELL. S# B61302. Bbl. 24 1/4". Straight bolt handle. S#'s match on receiver, bbl. & bolt. Receiver marked on left rail "STANDARD MODELL". Receiver ring has Mauser banner on top & "BUGN" proofs on left side. Rear sight graduated to 2000 meters. Inverted V front sight. Cleaning rod does not fit correctly. Upper band has parade hook. Bottom sling swivels. Walnut stock set w/ grasping grooves & flat steel buttplate. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: steel sight protector & hinged muzzle cap. CONDITION: entire rifle has been given arsenal rework type refinish w/ light wear, scratches & handling marks scattered throughout. Bore has worn lands turning dark notable ahead of throat area. (21-2807/RW). CURIO. $700-900.

Lot: 1140 - MAUSER MODEL 1910 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 6.35mm (25 ACP). S#156139. Bbl. 3". Mfg. 1910-1934 w/ blued finish & checkered walnut grip. Matching numbered bbl., slide, sideplate & frame plus crown U proofs. MAGS: 1 good factory 9 rd. CONDITION: good to very good overall appearance w/ slight high point wear, light peppery oxidation & grip hand wear. Very good bore. Vivid fire blue on trigger. (21-1748/NW). CURIO. $350-500.

Lot: 1141 - 2 MAUSER MODEL1910 SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS.

BOTH: Cal. 25 ACP. Bbls. 3 1/8" (80mm) w/ integral semi-circular sight blades; drift adj. dovetailed rear sights on slides. Mauser banners on sideplates & cal. markings on right side of slides. MAGS: 2 factory 9 rd.; blued w/ indicator holes & unfinished w/ indicator slots. Mfg. 1910-1934 w/ blued finishes. Thumb & mag. safeties. Mag. latches at butts. Crown U proofed slides & bbls. 1) S# 290540. Earlier example w/ checkered straight back wood grip; fire blued trigger & takedown rod. Matching numbered slide, bbl. & sideplate. "Germany" export marked. CONDITION: right side & front strap very good; flat area of left side w/ noticeable cleaned light oxidation. Hand worn grips w/ very sm. chip at top back & no finish on mag. release. Very good bore. (21-2596/NW). 2) S# 425290. Later production commercial model w/ S# on slide & matching "90" on bbl. Unmarked frame & sideplate. Newer style checkered plastic grip w/ curved back strap plus Mauser banners. All gloss blue w/out older fire blue plus serrated mag. release. CONDITION: very good overall appearance w/ holster like high point wear & areas of peppery oxidation. Near excellent bore & grips. (21-2597/NW). BOTH CURIO. $650-900.

Lot: 1142 - 2 EUROPEAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS; LIGNOSE 3A & WALTHER

MODEL 9. BOTH: Cal. 25 ACP. Crown N proofs. 1) LIGNOSE MODEL 3A. S# 42734. Bbl. 2". Mfg. 1920's in Germany w/ unusual feature of being able to activate slide w/ front of trigger shaped trigger guard. Originally mfg. by Bergmann who merged w/ Lignose to continue manufacturing. Long grip frame Model 3A; short frame was Model 2A. Checkered hard rubber grips w/ Lignose logo. Satin blued finish w/ S# on slide & frame inside magwell. MAGS: 1 very good 9 rd. CONDITION: very good appearance w/ occasional spot of peppery oxidation. Light grip screw slot marks. Near excellent bore & grips. (21-2567/NW). 2) WALTHER MODEL 9. S# 426155. Bbl. 2". Mfg. 1921-1945. Black checkered plastic grips w/ dark blue & gold medallions. Very sm. pistol w/ safety lever behind trigger on left side. Upward ejection & bottom rear mag. latch. Sm. blade on bbl. & full length groove on slide for sights. MAGS: 1 Walther banner marked 6 rd. CONDITION: very good appearance w/ light high point loss & mottled appearance on top of slide. Near excellent bore & grips. (21-2602/NW). BOTH CURIO. $650-900.

Lot: 1143 - 2 JP SAUER MODEL 1913 SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS.

BOTH: cal. 32 ACP. Bbls. 3". Mfg. 1913-1930 w/ checkered hard rubber grips having S&S logos in ovals at tops. Blued finishes w/ fire blue on safety levers & cocking piece retainers. German markings on top of slides having abbreviated blade front sights & notch in cocking piece retainers for rear sights. Mag. releases at base of butts. Commercial models w/ crown N proofs & no military proofs. 1) FIRST SERIES. S# 121943. Does not have extra safety that internally blocks trigger bar. MAGS: 1 factory marked 7 rd. w/ base attached flush to sides; no visible pins. CONDITION: good overall appearance w/ even peppery oxidation throughout plus patina in grip area. Hand worn grips w/out damage. Very good bore. (21-2592/NW). 2) SECOND SERIES R.F.V. S# 76373. Rare model used by Reich's Customs & Finance department personnel. Left front of slide marked "R.F.V. 1235". Police variation w/ additional trigger bar safety referred to as Zusatzsicherung by Germans. MAGS: 1 factory 7 rd. w/ sides folded over base marked "S&S Cal. 7,65."; no additional marks or S#. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: very good, unmarked sm. brown police style double flap holster w/ spare mag. pouch & wide belt loop; stud & strap retention. CONDITION: good to very good appearance w/ holster like high point wear & faint beginning patina in grip area. Very good grips w/ light hand wear & near excellent bore. (21-2598/NW). BOTH CURIO. $750-1,000.

Lot: 1144 - 2 GERMAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS; WALTHER PP & MAUSER

HSc. BOTH: cal. 380 ACP. 1) WALTHER MODEL PP. S# 41383A . Bbl. 3 7/8". Mfg. 1971 w/ blued finish & eagle N proofs. Border checkered black plastic Walther banner grips. Import marks discretely on left bottom edge of magwell. Bar dot sights; drift adj. rear. MAGS: 1 good 7 rd. w/ side rib & finger extension. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 1 fair matching numbered 2 piece box, manual, test target & smooth unmarked walnut grips. CONDITION: near excellent appearance w/ top quality German export refinish leaving all markings sharp. Near excellent bore & grips. (21-3536/NW). 2) MAUSER MODEL HSc. S# 01.29582. Bbl. 3.4". Mfg. 1983-1985 in Germany (not Italy) & imported by Interarms as marked on matching numbered slide. Optional nickel plating w/ blued components of grip screws, mag. release, extractor, safety lever plus trigger & its pivot. Bordered checkered light European walnut grips. Fixed sights w/ front integral to slide; drift adj. rear. MAGS: 1 near excellent blued Mauser banner marked 7 rd. w/ finger extension. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: near excellent reproduction flap holster w/ spare mag. pouch having single wide belt loop, German WWII markings on back plus stud & strap retention. CONDITION: very fine, having a few incidental knicks. Original nickel plating w/ discoloration on finger grooves. Bright shiny bore. Mechanically fine. (21-3537/NW). BOTH MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1145 - RARE WALTHER 22LR BRITISH CONTRACT MODEL PP

SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 22 LR.S# 43615LR. Bbl. 100mm. Mfg. 1976 having eagle "N" proofs plus matching # slide w/ Interarms logo. Production overrun of especially rare model noted in D. Marshall's book, "Walther Pistols, Models 1 Through P99", as special Personal Protection Weapon in 22 LR for Royal Army Ordnance Corp. Book states late examples fitted at factory w/ square shaped lanyard loop as this one has. Those shipped to England were never British proofed & many were reworked by sandblasting & painting to conform to British REME specs. Unmarked checkered RH thumbrest black plastic grips of Manurhin style. MAGS: 2 unmarked 10 rd.; flat base & finger extension. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: matching black Walther & Interarms marked plastic case w/ packaging to include: manual, cleaning rod & matching numbered test target. Photocopy portion of page 33 of above mentioned book explaining this model. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent including bore & grips w/ very faint trace of firing residue. (21-3823/NW). MODERN. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1146 - WALTHER MODEL 4 PRE-WAR SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 7.65. S# 251891. Bbl. 3 1/2". Blued finish w/ black plastic grips embellished w/ “CW” logo mfg. 1910-1928. Fixed blade front sight & drift adj. rear notch. Rear serrations in the slide. Left side mounted safety. European style bottom mag. release. Stamped “MADE IN GERMANY” on the left side behind the trigger. Left side slide markings “WALTHER’S - PATENT CAL. 7,65.” above the Walther logo. Right side slide markings. WAFFENFABRIK WALTHER ZELLA-MEHLIS”. MAGS: 1-8 rd. CONDITION: blued finish on exposed metal surfaces enjoys complete & consistent coverage w/ thinning on high spots. A very light patina on slide & bbl. surfaces. Plastic grips free of any noticeable blemishing. Clean bore w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3808/JZ). CURIO. $300-500.

Lot: 1147 - WALTHER PREWAR MODEL PPK SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 32 ACP. S# 868863. Bbl. 3 1/4". Mfg. 1935 w/ crown N proofs. Lanyard loop at butt & Franzite replacement grips w/ Walther banner. MAGS: 1 good 7 rd. w/ Walther banner on side & patina base. CONDITION: good plus appearance as matte refinished over light to moderate pitting. Mag. release & extractor unfinished. Grips exhibit poor fit & typical gaps at top fronts. Near excellent bore. (21-3425/NW). CURIO. $350-500.

Lot: 1148 - BRITISH WWII NO. 4 MK. 1 T BSA BOLT ACTION SNIPER

RIFLE. Cal. 303 Brit. S# A30886 matches on receiver & bolt. Bbl. 25". Scarce WWII sniping rifle mfg. by Birmingham Small Arms Co. The combination of the #4 rifle & #32 telescopic sight was adopted early in WWII. Specially selected rifles were given a wooden cheekpiece & the battle aperture was removed from the rear sight to clear the scope. Receiver marked on left side "NO. 4 MK 1 T". Left side of butt socket in body M47C indicating mfg. by BSA Shirley dated 1944. TR indicating rifle was selected for sniper conversion. Receiver ring has England export mark on right side & export proofs on right side of bbl. Rifle has adj. rear sight graduated to 1,300 yards. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Rifle has been fitted w/ #32 telescope sight. Scope marked on top "Tel.Spg.No 32 MK3 BS. 2039A. CTS" logo & "No 18904". Mount numbered on left side over forward attaching knob "?92". S# appears R33870. Scope rings have matching number right side. Scope has S sharp post reticle w/ horizontal cross wire. Windage & elevation knobs move freely. Hardwood stock set. Buttstock has been renumbered at top of grip to 18904. Hardwood cheekpiece attached w/ blued steel screws. White metal trap buttplate. Sling swivel bows are not present. MAGS: 1-10 rd. detachable. CONDITION: stock set has light wear, scratches & handling marks over arsenal rework finish. Metal retains 80% over original black finish w/ light wear & scratches blued steel scope tool has large percentage of original finish w/ scattered spots of fine oxidation & light wear. Optics appear slightly cloudy w/ several dark spots. Dark bore w/ strong lands. (21-2465/RW). CURIO. $2,500-3,500.

Lot: 1149 - RFI .410 MUSKET CONVERSION OF #3 LEE-ENFIELD.

Cal. 410 6A. S# 4392R. Matches on receiver & bolt. 25" Bbl. converted to smooth bore for guard & police use. Will not accept standard .410 Ga. shotshells but utilizes a special brass case cartridge. Receiver is marked on left side of butt socket "410 RFI 1949". Receiver ring marked w/ Indian "view mark". Tangent rear sight graduated to 2,000 yards. Blade front sight w/ solid protective ears. Bayonet attachment is present. Green web sling dated 1915. Hardwood stock set. Forend has transverse "Indian Kiss" reinforcing screw. Brass cracked buttplate. Mag. well has been filled to convert rifle to single shot. CONDITION: stock set has attractive arsenal rework finish w/ light wear & scattered handling marks. Pinned inletted repair at heel & added pin in front handguard. Metal has 80% arsenal rework blue finish w/ light wear & near excellent shiny bore. (21-3377/RW). CURIO. $500-800.

Lot: 1150 - BSA MARTINI CADET SINGLE SHOT RIFLE.

Cal. 310 Cadet. S# 55773. Bbl. 25" 1/5" rnd. w/ barleycorn front sight & 600 yard graduated leaf rear sight. Under lever operated Martini style action w/ Commonwealth of Australia markings on right side. Left side has BSA markings. Band fastened full length forearm & steel tip. Straight grip walnut stock w/ steel buttplate & sling swivels. Left side of stock stamped "71". Right side marked "C.M.F. / NSW / 15.125 / 8". UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: photocopied article about reloading for the 310 Cadet. CONDITION: bbl. & action retain 60% dull worn blue showing carry wear w/ scattered light corrosion. Wood has age darkened appearance showing numerous dents & marks. Lightly worn rifling has dull appearance. (21-2938/DS). CURIO. $500-750.

Lot: 1151 - WORLD WAR I CANADIAN ROSS M-10 STRAIGHT PULL BOLT

ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 303 Brit. S# 9731. Bbl. 30 1/2". Ladder aperture rear sight graduated to 1200 yds. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Receiver ring is marked “ROSS RIFLE CO. / CANADA / M-10 / PATENTED” & “E”. Numerous view marks. Straight pull bolt w/ multiple locking lugs & flag type safety. Ross rifles were used by Canadian troops in WWI & gained a reputation for jamming in the muddy conditions encountered in trench warfare. The model 10 also was the Ross which could be assembled wrongly, causing it to fire in an unlocked position. Upper band has bayonet lug & stacking swivel. Bottom sling w/ additional swivel on forward end of triggerguard. Single stack mag. & offset stripper clip guides. Unmarked walnut stock set. Buttplate has hinged trap w/ brass cover. Brown leather U.S. sling marked “W. T. & B. CO IN 1918”. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 10" blade bayonet marked “ROSS RIFLE CO QUEBEC PATENTED 1907” on the right side of pommel. Left side of pommel has encircled broad arrow, “08” & “8-09”. Bayonet has smooth, walnut grips & early “butcher knife” shaped blade. Metal parts of bayonet turning gray w/ light wear. Blade shows evidence of sharpening. Grips have wear, dents & scratches. CONDITION: stock set has arsenal rework type finish w/ stained wear. Sm. dents & scratches. Has lg. crack underneath both sides of grip, extending rearward approx. 5". Metal has arsenal rework black finish w/ wear, dents & handling marks. Fair, worn oxidized bore. (21-2487/RW). CURIO. $500-800.

Lot: 1152 - WORLD WAR I CANADIAN ROSS MKII** STRAIGHT PULL

BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 303 Brit. S# 11132. Bbl. 30 1/2". Aperture folding adj. rear sight mounted on top of receiver & blade type front sight w/ protective hood. Ross rifles were designed by Sir Charles Ross & mfg. in Canada by the Ross Rifle Co. of Quebec. There were 2 major types, the first made w/ dual opposed locking lugs & later w/ multiple lugs; this model rifle has the revised rear sight & is made w/ out the mag. cut off but retaining the Harris floorplate depressor. Rotating flag type safety. The rifles did not prove entirely satisfactory in British service during WWI but some were supplied to the United States for training purposes. Receiver marked on left side “ROSS RIFLE CO. QUEBEC” & “PATENT”. Balance of marking is hidden under rear sight base. Receiver has scattered “view marks”. Upper band has bayonet lug & stacking swivel. Sling swivels are located on lower band & triggerguard. Walnut stock set, buttplate has sliding trap. CONDITION: stock set has moderate wear, dents, scratches & staining. Has been lightly cleaned w/ added finish. Metal has 75% original blue w/ light wear & scattered spots of oxidation. Bolt rib retains case colors. Fair, worn, oxidized bore. (21-2488/RW). CURIO. $500-700.

Lot: 1153 - RARE BRITISH MK1 MARTINI-ENFIELD ARTILLERY

CARBINE. Cal. 303 British. S# 69474. Bbl. 21". Scarce artillery carbine mfg. in 1884. Receiver marked on right side w/ "crown" "VR" "ENFIELD 1884". Smaller crown visible underneath date appears to be a Birmingham mark & along w/ III & 1 would be apparently where the rifle was rebarreled to 303 from .450/.577 Martini Henry. Left side of receiver marked also "crown" "VR" "ENFIELD 1884" "Birmingham crown" w/ inverted arrow. Bbl. marked over chamber w/ "E" indicating Enfield rifling. Bbl. has proof marks on left side. Receiver also has numerous view marks. Ladder rear sight. Inverted "V" front sight w/ protective ears. Bayonet lug is present. Cleaning rod channel has been filled. Bbl. band screw has been replaced by riveted pin. Stacking swivel is present. Walnut stock set. Rear swivel hole has been filled. Buttstock has vertical row of tiny steel pins on both sides & sm. roughly circular indentations approx. 5/8" in diameter on both sides. CONDITION: stock set has arsenal rework type finish w/ significant loss of wood inletted areas. Buttstock has several sm. cracks & missing chips behind receiver. Buttstock has 2 cracks on right side extending forward of butt. Forend has sm. area of wood missing on right rear & crack extending 3" rearward from the bbl. band. Metal has turned overall gray w/ patina. Numerous sm. dents, scratched & handling marks. Sm. dents are notable at top of receiver & breech block. Bore is turning dark w/ worn lands & fine pitting throughout. (01-20097/RW). ANTIQUE. $300-400.

Lot: 1154 - 2 MILITARY BOLT ACTION RIFLES.

1) FAZAKERLY NO. 5 MKI. Cal. 303 Brit. S# Z7099. Bbl. 20 1/2" including cone type flash hider. Numbers match on receiver, bolt, forend & mag. Receiver marked on left side in electro pencil "NO. 5 MKI" & "(F)" & "3/47". Buttstock marked on left side w/ England export mark. Bbl. marked on left side w/ British export proofs. Receiver has lightning cuts, bolt has hollow knob. Adj. rear sight graduated to 800yds. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Bayonet lug is present. Nosecap has metal tip. Hardwood stock set w/ correct rubber buttplate. Buttstock marked "S" for short at heel. MAGS: 1-10 rd. detachable. CONDITION: stock set has original wartime finish w/ light wear & scattered handling marks. Metal retains 80% original black finish. Very good shiny bore. (21-2799/RW). 2) FN 24/30. Cal. 7X57 Mauser. S# 36315. Bbl. 23 1/4". Straight bolt handle. All visible numbers match. Very nice unissued example of Venezuelan contract rifle. Nice crisp crest & markings as mfg. by Fabrique Nationale of Belgium. Tangent rear sight graduated to 2000 meters. Inverted V front sight. Bayonet lug & original cleaning rod are present. Matching walnut stock set. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: brass & steel muzzle cover. CONDITION: wood & metal have very good to near excellent original finish w/ notable fire blue on trigger & bolt stop. Near excellent shiny bore. (21-2805/RW). BOTH CURIO. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1155 - 2 BRITISH BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLES.

1) SAVAGE NO. 4 MKI. Cal. 303 Brit. S# OC2269. Bbl. 25". Import marked on lower left butt socket. Rifle marked on top left of receiver "U.S. PROPERTY". Left side of the receiver has a flaming bomb, "S" & NO. $ MKI*". U.S. Property mark stamped on these rifles supplied to Britain for lend lease purposes. Aperture MKIII rear sight graduated to 1300yds. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Hardwood stock set. Buttstock marked "S" for short. Brass trap buttplate. MAGS: 1 detachable 10 rd. CONDITION: wood has lg. degree of original finish w/ staining, light wear & scattered handling marks. Metal has 80% arsenal rework black finish w/ light wear & scattered scratches. 2 Groove bore w/ sharp lands turning dark. (21-2782/RW). 2) FAZAKERLY NO. 5 MKI. Cal. 303 Brit. S# X5575. Bbl. 20 1/2" including flash hider. S# matches on receiver & bolt. Receiver marked on left side in electro pencil “NO 5 MKI ROF (F) 9 / 46”. Receiver has “ENGLAND” as export mark on left side of butt socket. Receiver ring marked on top w/ crown “BNP”. Receiver has correct lightening cuts. Hollow bolt knob. Adj. rear sight marked “F” & graduated to 800yds. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Cone type flash hider. Bayonet lug is present. Bbl. marked on top w/ British export proofs. Hardwood stock set w/ correct rubber buttplate. Forend has metal cap. Floorplate has correct lightening cut. MAGS: 1 detachable 10 rd. CONDITION: stock set has light wear & handling marks over arsenal rework type finish. Metal turning overall gray w/ wear, sm. spots of oxidation & pitting. Shiny bore w/ worn lands. (21-2783/RW). BOTH CURIO. $700-900.

Lot: 1156 - 2 BRITISH WWII BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLES.

1) AUSTRALIAN LITHGOW #3 RIFLE. Cal. 303 Brit. S# A97891. S# match on receiver & bolt. Bbl. 25". Receiver is marked on right side of butt socket w/ A inside star & LITHGOW SHTLE III star. Dated 1922. Tangent rear sight graduated to 2,000 yards. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Nosecap has bayonet lug. Stacking swivel is not present. Hardwood stock set w/ brass trap buttplate. CONDITION: stock set has arsenal rework type finish rendering markings obscure, light wear staining & handling marks. Metal has 70% original finish w/ light wear & handling marks. Very good shiny bore. (21-2495/RW). 2) SAVAGE #4 MARK I star. Cal. 303 Brit. S# 49C3343. Bbl. 25". S# matches on receiver & bolt. Import mark on left side of receiver. Left side of receiver also marked "NO 4 MKI star". Left side of butt socket marked "S" & dated 1943. Marked on top left of receiver "U.S. PROPERTY" for lend lease purposes. Ladder aperture MKII rear sight graduated to 1,300 yards. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Hardwood stock set. Forend has added "Indian Kiss" reinforcement. Buttstock has swatch of white paint under grip. White painted "524" on left side of butt. Trap buttplate. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 8" Bowie blade bayonet marked "NO 9 MKI-50". Bayonet has arsenal rework finish. CONDITION: stock set has arsenal rework finish rendering markings obscure w/ light wear, dents, staining & scratches throughout. Metal retains 75% arsenal rework finish w/ wear & scratches. Very good 2 groove bore. (21-2496/RW). BOTH CURIO. $500-800.

Lot: 1157 - SCARCE M98K MAUSER VIETNAM WAR TROPHY

W/ REGISTRATION PAPERS. Cal. 8mm Mauser. S# 8270. Bbl. 23 5/8". Rifle is standard Steyr produced BNZ 43 rifle. Likely captured in Russia & supplied to North Vietnam as military aid. According to registration papers, rifle was captured by the Long Range Patrol Detachment of the 9th Infantry Division prior to the 20 Dec 1967 date on the paperwork. Receiver is marked on left rail Mod.98. Receiver ring marked on top w/ faint "bnz 43". Has the Russian stamp crossed rifles indicating a wartime capture. Receiver also retains German eagle proof. Bbl. is marked over chamber w/ German eagle proof "Bo". Waffenamt 623, W encased in double circle. Tangent rear sight graduated to 2,000 meters. Inverted V front sight. Milled bbl. bands. Bayonet bar is present. Cleaning rod is not present. Stamped trigger guard is marked "byf". Milled floorplate. Hardwood stock set w/ steel take down hole & cup type buttplate. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: registration papers. CONDITION: stock set has worn lightly stained original finish w/ scattered dents & scratched throughout. Crudely filled repair at bottom beside trigger guard on right side. 2" Crack behind receiver tang. Metal has turned overall gray & patina w/ notable oxidation & pitting throughout. Trigger guard on floorplate has numerous small dents. Bullet turning back in grooves but w/ strong lands. (21-3088/RW). CURIO. $600-900.

Lot: 1158 - BALLESTER MOLINA MODEL 1927 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 21194. Bbl. 5" w/ British proofs & numbered 194. Approx. 100,000 mfg. 1937-1953 as economical version of Argentine mfg. Colt licensed Model 1927. References indicate only bbl. interchangeable w/ Colt models yet mag. interchanges w/ this pistol. Notable changes are solid backstrap w/ grooved arched base, pinned pivoting trigger, smaller mag. release, different disconnector mechanism plus different appearing hammer, safety & cocking grooves. Matching numbered slide & bbl. plus "B.7159" on right side of frame above trigger pivot; likely inventory #. Right rear of frame & slide w/ matching proofs. Approx. 10,000-15,000 units sold to British Strategic Operations Executive (SOE) & other clandestine units fighting Germans in occupied Europe additionally identified by "B" before frame #. Vertically grooved grips, screw retained w/out bushings as used on 1911A1s. MAGS: 1 very good parkerized 7 rd. CONDITION: very good to near excellent original finish being nicely polished w/ minimal signs of use. Light marks by slide stop including scratch from improper installation. Near excellent bore. Very good grips w/ some light marks on right. (21-3717/NW). CURIO. $1,500-2,000.

Lot: 1159 - D.G.F.M. ARGENTINE MODEL 1927 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 88355. Bbl. 5" numbered 88355. Mfg. in Argentina under license from Colt beginning 1927 & ending late 1940s; S# 24000 to 112494. Matching numbered frame (backstrap under mainspring housing), slide (top) & bbl. (over chamber) plus S# reapplied to right side of slide plus right side of frame above trigger. Colt style sights w/ U notched rear. Wide spur hammer w/ bordered checkering. Checkered slide stop & thumb safety; both w/out milled undercut. Coarse checkered arched mainspring housing resembling Colt Type 3. Checkered walnut dbl. diamond grips w/ 15 rows of checkering appearing to be Colt mfg.. Very sm. import mark between mag. release & grip: "JLD ENT. FARM.CT.". MAGS: very good General Shaver 7 rd. w/ deep swedged pins. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: very good flap holster w/ staple & strap retention. Long extended loop w/ stitching broken at upper end where it creates belt loop. Back of holster w/ 2 brass studs & retaining strap loop at base. Front portion of set is dark brown; back is natural brown. Under flap is elongated pouch that will hold 2 mags. spine to spine. CONDITION: superb refinish w/ all markings especially clear. Sandblasted & blued w/ polished sm. parts to include grip safety. Very slight thinning at front of slide as if by holstering. Good to very good grips w/ light wear & sm. marks. Grip screws appear original finish. Good to very good bore w/ slight wear & faint pitting. (21-3716/NW). CURIO. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1160 - FN HI POWER BS AIRES POLICE SEMI AUTO

PISTOL. Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 00508. Bbl. 5". Mfg. 1960 & shipped 1961 for Buenos Aires police use as marked on right side of frame; left side additionally marked to indicate detective use. Noted FN ref. book states detective use marked "DIV. INTERNA SEG" for Division Interna Seguridad; this pistol has "SEC" rather than "SEG". Argentine crest on top rear of fixed sight slide having internal extractor. Many examples exported to U.S. as surplus. Matching numbered slide & bbl.; replacement late production extended thumb safety & slide stop. Checkered rubber grips w/ Pachmayr appearance. MAGS: 1 very good late production 13 rd. w/ black plastic follower & push button base. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: generic storage box. CONDITION: very good appearance as refinished leaving Argentine crest appearing thin. Mag. safety removed. Near excellent grips. Good plus bore w/ light wear & frosting. (21-974/NW). CURIO. $500-750.

Lot: 1161 - ARGENTINE MODEL 1909 BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

Cal. 7.65 ARG. S# E1929. Bbl. 29 1/4”. All visible numbers match. Very fine example of 1909 Argentine Mauser w/ original finish & crisp, legible markings. Receiver is marked on left rail. “DEUTSCHE WAFFEN-UND MUNITIONSFABRIKEN. BERLIN”. Receiver ring is marked on top w/ Argentine national crest, marked on left side “MAUSER MODELO ARGENTINO 1909”. Bbl. is marked ahead of handguard tip “7.65”. Straight bolt handle. Tangent rear sight graduated to 2000m. Inverted V front sight. Bayonet lug & cleaning rod are present. Hinged floorplate. Matching walnut stock set w/ crisp inspectors marks. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 15 3/4 " Fullered blade bayonet marked on left ricasso WEYERSBERG KIRSCHBAUM & CO. SOLINGEN. Marked on right ricasso w/ Argentine crest MODELO ARGENTINO 1909 S#. Hooked quillion. Smooth walnut grips. Blued steel scabbard. Green leather frog. Bayonet has attractive break finish w/ light oxidation & scattered handling marks. Scabbard has fitting blue turning gray w/ scattered spots of oxidation. Frog has tight stitching w/ light scuffing & wear. Retaining strap has flexing and cracking. CONDITION: rifle stock has varied light spots of staining & scattered handling marks w/ very attractive appearance. Metal patch retain 90% blue & light wear w/ sm. scratches. Bolt and receiver have bright finish w/ crisp crest. (21-1933/RW). CURIO. $800-1,500.

Lot: 1162 - ARGENTINE MODEL 1909 DWM BOLT ACTION MILITARY

RIFLE. Cal. 7.65 ARG. S# C5553. Bbl. 29". All visible #s match. Receiver marked on left side "DEUTSCHE WAFFEN-UND MUNITIONSFABRIKEN. BERLIN". Receiver ring marked on top w/ crisp Argentine crest. Marked on left side "MAUSER MODELO ARGENTINO 1909". Straight bolt handle tangent rear sight graduated to 2,000 meters. Inverted V front sight. Cleaning rod & bayonet adaptor are present. Walnut stock set buttstock has crisp acceptance mark on right side. CONDITION: stock set has light wear & scattered handling marks throughout commensurate w/ careful use. Notable 1/2" filled dent on right side of butt. Receiver & bolt are bright. Balance of metal has high quality arsenal reblue w/ light wear including areas which were originally fire blue. Very good shiny bore. (21-1931/RW). CURIO. $800-1,500.

Lot: 1163 - ARGENTINE MODEL 1909 CHROME PLATED PARADE TYPE

BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 7.65 Argentine. S# D9522. Bbl. 29 1/2”. S# matches on receiver, bolt, triggerguard & cleaning rod. Receiver is marked “DEUTSCHE WAFFEN-UND MUNITIONSFABRIKEN BERLIN” on left rail. Receiver ring has Argentine crest & “MAUSER MODELO ARGENTINO 1909”. Tangent rear sight graduated to 2000m. Inverted V front sight. All metal parts of the rifle have been chrome plated, likely for parade use, leaving markings legible, bolt however cannot be inserted fully into the rifle & extractor is bent outward at tail. Walnut stock set w/ added gloss finish. Stock markings have been rendered obscure. Brown leather military style sling. CONDITION: stock set has moderate wear, dents, flaking & scratches throughout. Chrome plated metal parts have wear & scratches. Notable sm. dents on side of the bbl. above bayonet adapter. Dark, oxidized bore. (21-2608/RW). CURIO. $500-700.

Lot: 1164 - MODEL 1891 ARGENTINE MAUSER BOLT ACTION MILITARY

RIFLE. Cal. 7.65 Arg. S# G3201. Bbl. 29 1/4". All visible #s match. Straight bolt handle. Receiver is marked on left side "MAUSER MODELO ARGENTINO 1891. MANUFACTURA LOEWE BERLIN". Argentine crest has been removed from receiver ring. Ladder rear sight graduated to 2,000 meters. Inverted V front sight. Cleaning rod is present. Walnut stock set. Buttstock has acceptance mark removed from right side. CONDITION: stock set has light wear, scratches & scattered handling marks w/ notable abrasion on right side of butt. Has 80% blue w/ scattered spots of oxidation & fine pitting. Good shiny bore. (01-19502/RW). ANTIQUE. $400-800.

Lot: 1165 - DWM ARGENTINE MODEL 1891 BOLT ACTION CARBINE.

Cal. 7.65 Arg. S# C4900. Bbl. 17 3/4". Receiver is marked on the left side "MAUSER MODELO ARGENTINO 1891 DEUTSCHE WAFFEN-UND MUNITIONSFABRIKEN, BERLIN". Receiver ring is marked on top w/ faint obscure Argentine crest. Straight bolt handle ladder rear sight graduated to 1,300 yards. Inverted V front sight. Nose cap has protective ears. Swivel bow is not present in bbl. band. Saddle ring is not present in saddle bar. Mag. has retaining screw. Walnut stock set. CONDITION: stock has arsenal rework finish w/ wood appearance & light wear handling marks. Metal has arsenal rework black finish w/ very light wear. Bore is shiny but w/ worn lands. (21-3277/RW). CURIO. $400-600.

Lot: 1166 - DWM BRAZILIAN 1908 BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLE.

Cal. 7 mm Mauser. S# B4382. Bbl. 29 1/8". S#s match on receiver & bolt. Receiver is marked on left side "DEUTSCHE WAFFEN-UND MUNITIONSFABRIKEN. BERLIN". Receiver ring has very lightly worn Brazilian crest. MOD. 1908. Straight bolt handle. Tangent rear sight graduated to 2,000 meters. Rear sight retaining screw is not present. Inverted V front sight cleaning rod & bayonet bar are present. Bottom swivels. Walnut stock set buttstock has steel take down hole. CONDITION: stock set has moderate abrasions, wear & handling marks throughout w/ added finish. Sm. filled area in front of trigger guard. Metal except bright bolt & receiver has arsenal rework blue finish w/ light wear & fire blue no longer visible. Good shiny bore w/ sharp lands. (21-1932/RW). CURIO. $500-900.

Lot: 1167 - 2 ANTIQUE CHILEAN CONTRACT MODEL 1895 MAUSER

BOLT ACTION RIFLES. 1) CHILEAN MODEL 1895 MAUSER SHORT RIFLE. Cal. 7mm Mauser. S# C8067. Bbl. 22". Receiver is marked on left side "MAUSER CHILENO MODELO 1895. MANUFACTURA LOEWE BERLIN". Receiver ring has Chilean crest. Turned down bolt handle. Tangent rear sight graduated to 1,400 meters. Inverted V front sight w/ protective ears. Cleaning rod is not present. Bbl. band w/ side swivel. Walnut stock set. Sling swivel is mounted on right side of butt. CONDITION: well worn stock set w/ thin scratches & staining throughout. Several long cracks on top of grip area. Metal has traces of blue turning gray & patina w/ wear & oxidation. Bore retains a degree of shine with worn lands. (01-20016/RW). 2) CHILEAN MODEL 1895 MAUSER RIFLE. Cal. 7x57 Mauser. S# G4970. Bbl. 29". Very nice Chilean contract Mauser w/ attractive fiddle back walnut stock. High degree of original finish on wood & metal. Markings have been enhanced in white. Receiver is marked on left side "MAUSER CHILENO MODELO 1895. MANUFACTURA LOEWE BERLIN". Receiver ring has crisp Chilean crest. Straight bolt handle. Ladder rear sight graduated to 2,000 yards. Inverted V front sight. Cleaning rod is present. Stock has legible acceptance mark on left side of butt. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: brass & steel muzzle cover. CONDITION: stock has very light scattered handling marks. Metal has 90% original finish w/ very light scatter wear. Fire blue is intact in appropriate areas. Very good shiny bore. (01-20017/RW). BOTH ANTIQUE. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1168 - 2 BOLT ACTION MILITARY CARBINES.

1) ARGENTINE MODEL 1891 CARBINE. Cal. 7.65 ARG. S# A8901. Bbl. 17 3/4". S# match on receiver, bolt & bbl. Turned down bolt handle. Receiver is marked on left side "MAUSER MODELO ARGENTINO 1891 Manufactura Loewe Berlin". Receiver ring has intact Argentine crest. Ladder rear sight graduated to 1,400 meters. Inverted V front sight, enhanced in white. Nose cap w/ protective ears. Lower band has side swivel. Walnut stock w/ saddle ring bar. Saddle ring is not present. Stock markings are faint. Mag. has added retaining screw. CONDITION: arsenal rework stock has loss of wood & inland areas. Light wear & handling marks throughout. Sm. inletted repair at left heel. Metal has 90% arsenal rework blue finish w/ light wear & scattered scratches. Bore has worn lands & frosted appearance in grooves. (01-19420/RW). ANTIQUE. 2) SWEDISH MODEL 94 OBERNDORF CONTRACT CARBINE. Cal. 6.5 X 55. S# 3017. Bbl. 17 3/4". Receiver ring is marked "WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER OBERNDORF A/N INTERARMCO G 33/50". These rifles were imported in the 1950s & given the G33/50 designation at the time of arrival in the United States. Turned down bolt handle. Rear sight has been removed & replaced by long eye relief scope mt. by B-SQUARE. Inverted V front sight. Nose cap has protective ears, not fitted w/ bayonet lug. Provision for side sling. Walnut handguard hardwood replacement stock retains ladder sling attachment on right side of butt. Brass disk on right side marked "L", "125", "NO1522". CONDITION: replacement stock has light wear & scattered handling marks. Original handguard has similar wear w/ slightly more finish. Metal has 80% original blue finish w/ additional blue applied over Interarmco marking. Very good shiny bore. (21-1936/RW). CURIO. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1169 - MODEL 24/30 VENEZUELAN BOLT ACTION RIFLE AND

CARBINE BY FN. Both: cals. 7X57 Mauser. 1) MODEL 24/30 CARBINE. S# 016904. Bbl. 17 3/8". Turned down bolt. Receiver marked on left side "FAB. NAT. D'ARMES DE GUERRE HERSTAL-BELGIQUE" & "FUERZAS ARMADAS DE VENEZUELA". Receiver ring has Venezuelan crest. All visible numbers match. Tangent rear sight graduated to 1400 meters. Inverted V front sight. Bayonet bar is present. Cleaning rod not present. Bottom swivels. Walnut stock set. Trigger is single stage commercial replacement. CONDITION: stock & metal have arsenal type rework finish w/ scattered sm. scratches & handling marks. Slight loss of wood in inletted areas. Crest has slightly buffed appearance. Shiny bore w/ light wear to lands. (21-2804/RW). 2) MODEL 24/30 RIFLE. S# 7917. Bbl. 23 1/4". All visible numbers match. Straight bolt handle. Receiver marked on left side "FAB. NAT. D'ARMES DE GUERRE HERSTAL-BELGIQUE". Receiver has nice sharp crest. Tangent rear sight graduated to 2000 meters. Inverted V front sight. Bayonet bar is present. Cleaning rod not present. H type upper band appears to be replacement. Bottom swivels. Walnut stock set w/ flat buttplate. Locking screws are not present in trigger guard. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: brass & steel muzzle cover. CONDITION: stock set has very light professional type cleaning/refinish leaving S# & acceptance mark crisp & visible. Metal retains very lg. percentage of original blue w/ light wear & scattered scratches. Very good shiny bore. (21-2806/RW). BOTH CURIO. $800-1,100.

Lot: 1170 - 2 MILITARY BOLT ACTION RIFLES.

1) DWM BRAZILIAN 1908. Cal. 7X57 Mauser. S# B9977. Bbl. 29". All visible numbers match except bolt sleeve, safety & cocking piece. Import marked underneath bbl. Straight bolt handle. Receiver rail marked on left side "DEUTSCHE WAFFEN-UND MUNITIONSFABRIKEN, BERLIN". Receiver ring has sharp legible Brazilian crest & "MOD. 1908". Tangent rear sight graduated to 2000 meters. Inverted V front sight. Has bayonet bar, cleaning rod & parade hook. Bottom swivel including detachable butt swivel. Walnut stock set. Stock has marking disc marked w/ "3" & encircled 6 pointed star. CONDITION: stock set has original finish w/ moderate wear, dents & scratches throughout. Metal retains 60% thinning original blue finish. Bolt stop has notable fire blue. Bolt & receiver have bright metal turning gray. Very good shiny bore. (21-2785/RW). 2) DWM CHILEAN MODEL 1895 MAUSER. Cal. 7 mm Mauser. S# K6563. S# match on receiver, bolt, rear sight & trigger guard. Straight bolt handle. Receiver is marked on left side "MAUSER CHILENO MODELO 1895 DEUTSCHE WAFFEN-UND MUNITIONSFABRIKEN. BERLIN". Receiver ring has Chilean crest. Ladder rear sight graduated to 2,000 meters. Inverted V front sight. Cleaning rod is not present. Walnut stock set Buttstock is marked on left side with "73" in red paint. CONDITION: stock set has seen heavy service w/ wear, dents, staining & scratches throughout and has thinning coat of added finish. Metal turning overall gray w/ worn treated blue w/ scattered sm. dents & scratches. Fair worn dark bore w/ oxidized appearance. (21-3276/RW). BOTH CURIO. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1171 - 2 EUROPEAN BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLES.

1) YUGOSLAVIA MODEL 48. Cal. 8mm Mauser. S# W16111. Bbl. 23 1/4". All visible numbers match. Import marked on bottom of bbl. Turned down bolt handle w/ flattened knob. Receiver marked only w/ S#. Tangent rear sight graduated to 2000m. Inverted V front sight w/ protective hood. Cleaning rod & bayonet lug are present. Provision for side sling. Stamped trigger guard & removable floorplate. Cup type buttplate. Hardwood stock set. Steel muzzle protector. CONDITION: stock set has light wear & staining w/ scattered handling marks throughout. Metal retains 80% original blue w/ light wear, thinning & scratches. Near excellent shiny bore. (21-2745/RW). 2) SWISS K31 STRAIGHT PULL. Cal. 7.5X55. S# 792250. Bbl. 25 1/2". All visible numbers match. Import marked on left side of receiver. Tangent rear sight graduated to 1500m. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Stacking bar & bayonet lug are present. Walnut stock set. MAGS: 1-10 rd. detachable. CONDITION: stock has lg. percentage of original finish w/ light wear, staining & scattered handling marks. Metal has 75% original blue finish w/ thinning & light wear. Very good shiny bore. (21-2784/RW). BOTH CURIO. $500-700.

Lot: 1172 - YUGOSLAVIAN MODEL 48A MILITARY BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

Cal. 8mm x 57. S# 41030. Bbl. 23 1/2". Mauser 98 action w/ Yugoslavian crest on ring. Trigger guard has stamped floorplate. Band fastened hardwood stock & handguard w/ bayonet lug & cleaning rod. Band mounted hooded ramp front sight w/ 2000m tangent rear sight. Bbl. has "GPC" importer's mark. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: box w/ matching label containing, bayonet & scabbard, sling, cleaning kit, ammo pouches & instructions. CONDITION: wood & metal retain near excellent arsenal finish. Bright near excellent bore. (21-2935/DS). CURIO. $400-600.

Lot: 1173 - 3 MILITARY BOLT ACTION RIFLES.

1) MODEL 48 YUGOSLAV MAUSER. Cal. 8mm Mauser. S# T80187. Bbl. 23 1/4". Numbers match on receiver, bolt, stock, floorplate. Import mark at bottom of bbl. Receiver marked on left rail w/ cyrillic letters & “44”. Receiver ring marked on top w/ Yugoslav crest & “M48”. Turned down bolt handle. Tangent rear sight graduated to 2000m. Inverted V front sight w/ protective hood. Cleaning rod & bayonet lug are present. Provision for side sling. Matching hardwood stock set w/ cup type buttplate. CONDITION: stock set has very light wear & scattered handling marks. Metal retains 90% original finish w/ light wear scattered scratches. Bore has lightly worn rifling, turning dark in grooves. (21-2494/RW). 2) ISRAELI CONVERSION TO 7.62 NATO. Cal. 7.62 NATO. S# 7477E. Bbl. 23 5/8". All visible numbers match except for rear sight, upper band & trigger guard. Import marked on right side of rear sight sleeve. Turned down bolt handle. Receiver marked on left rail “GEW 98”, receiver ring marked on top “C. G. HAENEL SUHL 1917” & lg. numerals “7.62” to indicate cal. conversion from 8mm Mauser to 7.62 NATO. Entire rifle refinished & given replacement stock at time of rebuild. Tangent rear sight graduated to 2000m. Inverted V front sight w/ protective hood. Hood is retained by transverse rivet. Cleaning rod is not present. Bayonet bar is present. Mule bands, stamped trigger guard w/ removable floorplate, provision for side sling, cup type buttplate w/ takedown hole. Hardwood stock set, forend w/ grasping grooves. CONDITION: stock set has very light wear & scattered handling marks. Metal has gray arsenal reparkerization w/ light high point wear & scattered scratches. Near excellent, shiny bore. (21-2511/RW). 3) VENEZUELAN MODEL 24/30. Cal. 7x57 Mauser. S# 8724. Bbl. 23 1/ 4". All visible numbers match. Rifle mfg. by FN under contract to Venezuela. Receiver marked on left rail “FAB. MAT D’ARMES de GUERRE HERSTAL-BELGIQUE”. Receiver ring has crisp, Venezuelan crest. Straight bolt handle. Tangent rear sight graduated to 2000m. Inverted V front sight. Cleaning rod & bayonet bar are present. Matching walnut stock set. CONDITION: stock set has nice, rarely issued appearance w/ scattered sm. handling marks in original finish. Receiver & bolt are bright, balance of metal retains 90% original blue. Notable fire blue remaining on bolt stop. Very good, shiny bore. (21-2512/RW). ALL CURIO. $1,200-1,600.

Lot: 1174 - 2 MILITARY BOLT ACTION RIFLES.

1) IRANIAN MODEL 49 CARBINE. Cal. 8mm. S# 13362-29. Bbl. 17 15/16". All visible numbers in Farsi appear to match. Receiver ring has Iranian lion crest. Turned down bolt handle. Tangent rear sight graduated to 2000 meters w/ Arabic numerals. Inverted V front sight w/ integral protective ears. Cleaning rod & bayonet bar are present. Provision for side sling. Hardwood stock w/ grasping grooves. CONDITION: stock set has moderate staining w/ scattered handling marks. Sm. crack on top right side at pistol grip. Metal retains 90% original blue. Near excellent shiny bore. (21-2795/RW). 2) FABRIQUE NATIONALE BELGIAN MODEL 50 MAUSER. Cal. 30-06. S# 6261. Bbl. 23 1/4". Numbers match on receiver & bolt. Straight bolt handle. Receiver marked "FABRIQUE NATIONALE". Receiver ring has Belgian crest dated 1951. Tangent rear sight graduated to 1900 meters. Inverted V front sight. Has bayonet bar, cleaning rod not present. Bottom swivels. Stamped ribbed buttplate. Walnut stock set. CONDITION: stock has light original finish w/ light wear & scattered handling marks. Metal has very lg. percentage of original black painted finish w/ light wear & scratches. Very good shiny bore. (21-2803/RW). BOTH CURIO. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1175 - 2 BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLES.

1) FR8 SPANISH MAUSER RIFLE. Cal. 308 Win. S# FR8-40823. S# matches on receiver & bolt. 19" Bbl. including flash suppressor. Import mark on bottom of bbl. Receiver ring marked w/ Spanish crest FABRICADEARMAS LA CORONA. Marked on right side Cal. 7.62. Straight bolt handle. Model 98 Type action. Aperture rear sight. Post front sight w/ protective foot. Cage type flash suppressor. Cleaning pull through in accessory tube. Green web side mounted sling. Hardwood stock set. CONDITION: stock set has arsenal rework finish w/ light wear & handling marks. Metal retains 90% arsenal rework gray finish w/ light handling wear. Near excellent shiny bore. (21-2449/RW). 2) M1935 BRAZILIAN MAUSER BANNER SHORT RIFLE. Cal. 757 Mauser. S# 1031. Numbers match on receiver trigger guard lower plate. Import marked underneath bbl. Bbl. 22". Rifle is marked on blued receiver w/ Mauser banner on bridge. MAUSER-WERKE A. G. OBERNDORF A/N on left rail. Receiver ring has legible Brazilian crest, MOD. 1935 & BUGN proofs. Turn down bolt handle tangent rear sight graduated to 1,400 meters inverted V front sight w/ protective ears. Sight made w/ diagonal windage adjustment. Bayonet bar & parade hook present. Provision for bottom & side swivels matching walnut stock set. Buttstock has steel marking disk at right side. CONDITION: stock set has well worn original finish commenserate w/ long service. White rack number has been removed left side of butt leaving thin finish. Has 60% original blue w/ wood thinning wear & scattered small spots of oxidation throughout. Bore has dark appearance w/ strong rifling. (21-2460/RW). BOTH CURIO. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1176 - GERMAN WWI GEW 88/05 TURKISH CONTRACT BOLT ACTION

MILITARY RIFLE. Cal. 8mm Mauser. S# 8986H. Bbl. 29". Serial numbers match on receiver & bbl. shroud. Ladder rear sight regraduated for "S" type ammunition to 2,000 meters. Inverted "V" front sight. Receiver marked on left rail in gothic "Gew.88." Receiver ring marked w/ imperial crown, "Spandau 1890 S" & crown proofs. Straight bolt handle. Bolt has Turkish markings. Rifle has 1905 conversion which includes clip guides. Cartridge block in left rail. Sheet metal cover at bottom of trigger guard. Rifle converted to "S" type ammunition. Rear sight regraduated to match. German unit markings appear on receiver & upper & lower bands. Bbl. shroud has been arsenal renumbered to match receiver. Cleaning rod is present. Detachable swivel is present. Walnut stock marked only w/ "S" at bottom in front of trigger guard & "A" type marking behind trigger guard under grip. CONDITION: stock has early arsenal rework type finish w/ slight loss of wood inletted areas. Has moderate wear, staining & handling marks throughout. Upper band does not fit tight to forend tip. Metal has 75% arsenal rework type finish w/ wear, oxidation, scattered fine pitting & handling marks. Bore has frosting in grooves w/ moderately worn lands. (01-20087/RW). ANTIQUE. $150-300.

Lot: 1177 - NAGOYA TYPE 14 NAMBU SEMI-AUTO PISTOL RIG.

Cal. 8mm Nambu. S# 42307. Bbl. 4.7" w/ dovetailed inverted V front sight & frame notched rear. Mfg. Dec. 1937 w/ sm. trigger guard having matching numbers externally visible on bolt, cocking piece & trigger plus backs of grips in pencil. Strawed trigger & safety. MAGS: 1 very good matching (numbered 307) 8 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: very good clam shell holster w/ ammo pouch & firing pin compartment under cover. Includes cleaning rod plus very good leather & canvas shoulder strap having characters & numerals on inside of strap near adjustment buckle end. CONDITION: very good plus appearance w/ few areas of light peppery oxidation. Good straw colors; especially trigger. Typical safety rub marks. Very good grips. Good to very good shiny bore w/ appearance of rifling cutter marks. Fine prewar rig. (21-2563/NW). CURIO. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1178 - JAPANESE TYPE 14 NAMBU “KISKA” VARIANT WITH

HOLSTER AND LANYARD. Cal. 8mm Nambu. S# 81542. Bbl. 4 5/8". Mfg. in Showa, dated 18.7 translating to July of 1943: these pistols were typically used by officers. Recoil operated locking breech semi-auto. action. Enlarged trigger guard. Fixed blade front sight w/ non adj. rear notch sight. Wood grip panels. Rear mounted lanyard loop w/ lanyard. Dark blue finish on all exposed metal surfaces. MAGS: 2-8 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original flap holster w/ leather belt & matching shoulder strap. Woven lanyard. 7 Rds. of original 8x22mm Nambu ammo. CONDITION: bluing coverage on exposed metal surfaces is complete & consistent w/ some light thinning in areas most likely caused by holstering. A light patina in a sm. section on receiver above trigger guard. Wood grips absent of any noticeable flaws. Bore is bright w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3724/JZ). CURIO. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1179 - SCARCE JAPANESE MURATA TYPE 22 BOLT ACTION

SINO-JAPANESE WAR CAVALRY CARBINE. Cal. 8X53R Murata. S# 102254. Bbl. 19 1/2". Scarce Japanese Murata Cavalry Carbine professionally restored. Receiver marked on left rail & right side of bridge w/ numerous Japanese characters. Bbl. marked over chamber w/ 2 Japanese characters & imperial chrysanthemum. Ladder rear sight graduated to 2,000 meters. Inverted "V" front sight. Straight bolt handle. Made w/ mag. cutoff. Hardwood stock has appearance of walnut. Buttplate w/ sliding trap. CONDITION: stock has area of replaced wood at toe approx. 8 3/4" long extending approx. 3/4" upward. Stock has been given a restorative finish w/ scattered sm. handling marks & notable crack on right side extending from mid-point over mag. well. rearward to the receiver tang. Has tiny crack behind receiver tang & sm. area of inletted replaced wood at end of tang. Metal has professional restorative finish causing characters near mum to be slightly thin. Metal has light high point wear. Bore has worn lands turning dark in grooves. (01-20121/RW). ANTIQUE. $1,500-2,500.

Lot: 1180 - WWII JAPANESE TOYO KOGYO TYPE 99 BOLT ACTION

RIFLE. Cal. 7.7 jap. S# 47560. Bbl. 25 1/2". Numbers match on receiver bolt & extractor. Receiver marked on right side w/ Toyo Kogyo arsenal markings. Receiver ring has intact mum but appears to have been mfg. w/out Type 99 characters. Bolt handle has oval knob. Welded smooth safety knob. Ladder aperture rear sight graduated to 1,500 meters. Sight made w/out AA wings. Inverted V front sight w/ protective ears. Cleaning rod is present but not readily removed. 2 Screw upper band open top welded lower band. Hardwood stock set w/ 2 piece buttstock construction. Sm. recoil bolt. Cup type buttplate. Original sling made of rubberized fabric. Sling was made w/out metal buckles. CONDITION: stock set has moderate wear, dents, staining & scratches throughout. Notable area of abrasion in cheek area & spots of paint in toe area. Metal turned overall patina w/ traces of blue in protected areas. Scattered light oxidation throughout. Bright shiny bore. (21-3278/RW). CURIO. $300-500.

Lot: 1181 - WWII JAPANESE KOKURA ARSENAL TYPE 99 BOLT ACTION

RIFLE. Cal. 7.7 Jap. S# 69789. Bbl. 25 1/2". Receiver is marked on left side w/ interlocking circles indicating mfg by Kokura Arsenal. Mum has been partly defaced. Type 99 characters are legible. Ladder aperture rear sight w/ AA wings. Inverted V front sight w/ protective ears. Bolt handle has oval knob. Notched checkered safety knob. Dust cover is present. 23 3/4" Cleaning rod. 3 Screw upper band. Lower band is provision for monopod. Hardwood stock set w/ sm. recoil bolt. 2 Screw butt swivel. Cup type buttplate. CONDITION: stock set has wear staining, dents & scratches. Metal has 50% blue w/ patina oxidation & light pitting. Very good shiny bore. (21-3130/RW). CURIO. $300-500.

Lot: 1182 - 2 WWII BOLT ACTION JAPANESE TYPE 38 CARBINES & 1

TYPE 99 RIFLE. 1) TYPE 38 CARBINE. Cal. 6.5 Jap. S# 135927. Bbl. 19". Receiver on left side w/ interlocking indicating mfg. Koishikawa arsenal at Tokyo. Receiver ring retains Type 38 characters. Mum has been removed. Ladder rear sight graduated to 2,000 meters. Inverted V front sight w/ protective ears. Oval bolt knob. Notched checkered safety knob. Cleaning rod is not present. Upper band retains bayonet lug. Side swivels. Hardwood stock set buttstock has 2 piece construction. CONDITION: stock set has heavy wear, dents, scratches & staining throughout. Notable lg. crack on left side in grip area. Metal retains 70% original blue w/ thinning wear. Bolt has notably oxidized appearance. Fair wore bore turning dark in grooves. (21-2456/RW). 2) TYPE 38 CARBINE. Cal. 6.5 Jap. S# 71936. Bbl. 19". Receiver is marked on left side w/ interlocking circles indicating mfg. at Koishikawa arsenal in Tokyo. Mum has been ground. Receiver ring retains Type 38 characters. Straight bolt handle w/ oval knob. Large tang checkered safety knob. Ladder rear sight graduated to 2,000 meters. Front sight blade has been replaced by sporting bead type but retains protective ears. Cleaning rod is 6 1/4" each replacement. Bayonet lug is present. Side swivels hardwood stock set. Buttstock has 2 piece construction. CONDITION: stock set has moderate wear, dents & scratches throughout retaining most of its original finish. Metal has 75% original blue w/ thinning light wear & scattered spots of oxidation. Very good shiny bore. (21-2474/RW). 3) TYPE 99 RIFLE. Cal. 7.7 Jap. S# 97544. Bbl. 25 1/2". S# matches on receiver & upper band. Left side of receiver has Nagoya arsenal marking. Mum has been ground leaving characters for Type 99. Oval bolt knob notched checkered safety knob. Ladder aperture rear sight graduated to 1,500 meters. AA wings are present inverted V front sight w/ protective ears. 3 Screw upper band w/ bayonet lug. Cleaning rod is not present. Lower band has provision from monopod. Sm. recoil bolt. Hardwood stock set. 2 Screw butt swivel. Cup Type buttplate. Buttstock has 2 piece construction. CONDITION: stock set has been lightly cleaned w/out loss of wood inletted areas w/ scattered dents, scratches & handling marks throughout. Fine approximately 6" crack in top of handguard. Metal has light wear turning overall gray & patina w/ traces of original blue in protective areas. Good shiny bore. (21-2475/RW). ALL CURIO. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1183 - CHINESE TYPE 53 VIETNAM WAR TROPHY BOLT ACTION

CARBINE. Cal. 7.62 x 54R. S# 1283800. Numbers match on bbl. bolt & floorplate. Bbl. 20 3/8". Tangent rear sight graduated to 1000m. Post front sight w/ protective hood. Type 53 is the Chinese designation of the Soviet M1944 carbine. These carbines were made in China w/ Soviet supplied tooling. Unmarked rnd. type receiver. Bbl. marked over chamber w/ underlined "1896". Chinese characters for "53 Year Type". Dated 1954.12. Straight bolt handle. 12 1/8" Folding spike bayonet. Cleaning rod is present. Green web sling w/ leather collars. Hardwood stock set. Buttstock marked on left side w/ legible "2ua ahh" & additional illegible markings. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: include capture papers ID'd to Henri R. Arsenault Co B 1/5th CAV, 1 ACD dated 9 DEC 70. Also included is Vietnamese firearms export license. All papers are serial numbered to the carbine. CONDITION: entire carbine has extensive wear, dents, scratches & staining. Metal is turning patina w/ traces of blue. This original finish is due to extensive service in a harsh environment. Fair worn bore turning dark in grooves. (21-3682/RW). CURIO. $600-800.

Lot: 1184 - MODEL 1867/77 WERNDL CARBINE BY STEYR.

Cal. 11.15 Werndl. S# 6410G. Bbl. 22" tapered rnd., fitted w/ ladder & tangent type rear sight. Action w/ flip over breech block marked "OWG" (Steyr) on receiver ring. Back spring lock marked the same. Walnut stock iron mounted & extends to w/in 4" of muzzle w/ steel cap holding cleaning rod. CONDITION: metal retaining most of an old reblue. Stock w/ old refinish has some subsequent marks. Very good to fine bore is shiny w/ some scattered pits. Mechanically good. (01-19952/MGM). ANTIQUE. $300-500.

Lot: 1185 - 2 EGYPTIAN SEMIAUTOMATIC MILITARY RIFLES.

BOTH 8mm Mauser. 1) FN49. Cal. 8mm Mauser. S# 27969. Bbl. 23 1/8" import marked on bottom of bbl. Receiver marked on right side "FABRIQUE NATIONALE D'ARMES DE GUERRE-HERSTAL BELGIQUE". Receiver ring marked on right side w/ Arabic, marked on top w/ Egyptian crown crest marked on left side w/ Belgian proofs. Tangent aperture rear sight w/ Arabic graduations blade front sight w/ protective ears. Bayonet lug is present. Hardwood stock set. Brass trap buttplate. Brass marking disk in right side of butt. CONDITION: stock set has moderate to heavy wear w/ dents scratches & stains. Buttstock has doweled repair at heel. Metal has traces of blue turning overall gray w/ wear & scattered scratches receiver cover has arsenal rework finish. (21-2476/RW). 2) HAKIM. Cal. 8mm Mauser. S# 30282. Bbl. 24 3/4" including muzzle break. Import mark on inside of receiver. Receiver marked in Arabic markings on left side. Tangent rear sight marked w/ Arabic numerals. Blade front sight w/ protective hood. Hardwood stock set. MAGS: detachable 10 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 8 1/4" blade bayonet w/ hardwood grips. Bayonet is marked on top of pommel w/ Arabic markings. Unmarked steel scabbard. Bayonet has large percentage of arsenal rework finish w/ light wear staining & scratches. Blade has been sharpened. CONDITION: stock set has worn flaking finish w/ dents & scratches throughout. Metal has 78% original finish w/ thinning wear & scratches. Good bore w/ light worn lands & frosted grooves. (21-2482/RW). BOTH CURIO. $1,200-1,800.

Lot: 1186 - DESIRABLE EGYPTIAN RASHEED 7.62X39 BATTLE RIFLE.

Cal. 7.62x39. S# 2848. Bbl. 20 1/2". The Rasheed rifle was the answer to the UAR search for an intermediary sized cartridge & because of the popularity of the Soviet 7.62x39 rd. it made perfect sense. A heavy, machined service rifle w/ a unique locking detachable mag. system. Full length hardwood stock & bayonet extremely similar to the then common SKS. Hooded front sight. Rear tangent sight marked in Arabic. Mechanism safety located at rear of receiver. Sling swivel placement on left side of rifle. Factory threaded muzzle w/ thread protector still present. While the vast majority of markings are Arabic, the left side of the receiver adjacent to the ejection port is engraved “RASHEED 762 MADE IN UAR” in English. MAGS: 1-10 rd. CONDITION: this particular example is as nice as any this consultant has encountered to date. The stock is remarkably free of any major blemishing & the metal finish is complete & consistent. The action is extremely tight & the mag. locks in positively. Bayonet locks tight both in open & closed position. Bore is clean w/ decent rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-2505/JZ). MODERN. $400-600.

Lot: 1187 - FRENCH MAS 1949 SEMI-AUTO MILITARY RIFLE.

Cal. 7.5mm French. S# F38237. All visible #s match. Bbl. 23". Import mark at bottom of bbl. Receiver mark on left side "MAS MLE 1949 CAL 7.5". Tangent aperture rear sight graduated to 1,200 meters. Sight has windage adjustment. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Grenade launching attachment is present. Stacking bar is present. Spike bayonet is not present. Walnut stock set. Buttstock is marked on right side w/ partial circular marking "JUIN MA 1953". CONDITION: stock set has moderate wear, dents & staining throughout showing considerable use. Metal retains 70% original finish w/ thinning wear & scratches. Good bore w/ lightly worn lands. (21-2504/RW). CURIO. $400-600.

Lot: 1188 - DUTCH BEAUMONT / VITALI M 1871/88 BOLT ACTION

MILITARY RIFLE. Cal. 11.3X51R. S# 728. Bbl. 32 1/4". Model 1871 Beaumont rifles were originally mfg. as a single shot but nearly all were converted after 1888 w/ the addition of a 4 rd. Vitali mag. Straight bolt handle receiver ring is marked on top w/ faint "STEVENS MAASTRICHT", "728", & "B". Bbl. is marked over chamber on left side, 657 on top left flat w/ "1873", right flat has Dutch proofs. Tangent rear sight graduated to 1,300 meters. Inverted V front sight. Ramrod is not present. Bottom swivels. Walnut stock w/ indistinct circular marking on right side of butt. Buttplate is marked at heel 1890 & 657. CONDITION: stock has original finish w/ staining, scratches & handling marks throughout. Notable sm. crack behind receiver tang. Metal has overall dark patina w/ oxidation & light pitting throughout. Dark oxidized bore w/ worn lands. (01-19496/RW). ANTIQUE. $300-500.

Lot: 1189 - 2 BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLES.

1) SPORTERIZED KAR98. Cal. 8 mm Mauser. S# 4275. Bbl. 24". Numbers match on receiver, bolt, bbl. & trigger guard assembly. Sm. ring receiver marked on left rail "Kar.98". Receiver ring marked w/ imperial crown "Danzig 1908" & imperial German proofs. Turned down bolt handle w/ checkered knob. Tangent rear sight graduated to 2,000 meters. Inverted V front sight w/ protective ears. Replacement walnut stock from large ring Mauser rifle. Rifle has been sporterized by removing bbl. bands & handguard. Buttstock has been removed approx. 11 1/2" forward of receiver ring. Buttplate is flat metal replacement. Marking disk hole has been filled. Stock is otherwise unmarked. CONDITION: stock has been refinished removing all markings leaving light wear & handling marks. Small crack behind receiver tang. Metal has turned overall gray w/ light wear & scattered scratches. Good shiny bore w/ sharp lands. (21-3375/RW). MODERN. 2) JAPANESE TYPE 99 RIFLE. Cal. 7.7 jap. S# 15410.Bbl. 25 1/2". Receiver is marked on left side w/ Nagoya Arsenal marking. Mum has been removed leaving 99 type characters. Bolt has oval knob. Notched checkered safety knob. Ladder aperture rear sight graduated to 1,500 meters. Inverted V front sight w/ protective ears. 23 7/8" each. Cleaning rod. 3 Screw upper band. Lower band has provision from monopod. Hardwood stock set has sm. recoil bolt. Cup type buttplate. Buttstock has 2 piece construction. CONDITION: stock set has been cleaned w/ added finish. Metal retains 60% original blue turning gray w/ thinning in wear. Very good shiny bore. (21-3376/RW). CURIO. $600-900.

Lot: 1190 - 2 MOSIN NAGANT BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLES.

1) REMINGTON CONTRACT MODEL 1891. Cal. 7.62x54R. S# 222868. Bbl. 31 1/2". Numbers match on bbl., bolt, floorplate, buttplate. Straight bolt handle. Hexagon receiver marked w/ imperial eagle. Bbl. reinforce marked w/ imperial eagle, “REMINGTON ARMORY 1817”. Ladder rear sight graduated to 3200 arshins. Inverted V front sight. Import marked at bottom of bbl. Cleaning rod is present. Clamping type bbl. bands. Sling slots w/ stirrup pipe swivels. Original walnut buttstock w/ replacement hardwood handguard. Buttstock marked on right side w/ indistinct circular imperial marking. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 17" blade quadrangular socket bayonet. CONDITION: stock set has added varnish w/ moderate wear, dents, staining & scratches throughout. Notable punch marks on right side below receiver, perhaps made by bored soldier. Forend has approx. 4" crack on right side behind lower band. Metal retains 40% original blue turning gray w/ thinning & wear. Fair, worn, dark bore. (21-2514/RW). 2) MODEL 27 FINNISH RIFLE. Cal. 7.62x54R. S# 85764. Bbl. S# matches on bbl. & bolt knob. Import mark on bottom of bbl. Hex receiver retains faint imperial eagle on cock. Bbl. marked over chamber w/ “D” in circle, triangle, “T”, “F”, “1939” indicating a replacement bbl. from Tikkakoski Oy. Tangent rear sight graduated to 800m. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Cleaning rod is present. Hinged muzzle cap w/ bayonet lug & anti-rotational braces. Stirrup type sling swivels. Hardwood stock set has finger jointed forend & 2 piece buttstock construction. CONDITION: stock set has light wear, staining & handling marks throughout. Metal retains 75% original blue w/ light wear & handling marks. Very good, shiny bore. (21-2515/RW). BOTH CURIO. $600-900.

Lot: 1191 - WORLD WAR II RUSSIAN BOLT ACTION SNIPER RIFLE.

Cal. 7.62x54 R. S# RK2207. Bbl. 28 1/2". S# matches on bbl., bolt, buttplate & floorplate. Faint “14 L” appears on right side of bbl. behind front sight, this could possibly be an import mark. Rnd. receiver. Turned down bolt handle was added for scope clearance. Bbl. is marked over chamber w/ hammer & sickle in wreath denoting mfg. at Izhevsk Arsenal. Has additional arrow in triangle as post WWII marking. Rifle is dated “1944” & given additional number on left side of chamber “4409386”. Tangent rear sight graduated to 2000m, post front sight w/ protective hood. Rifle has mount on left side for “PU” scope. Selected rifles were modified into sniper rifles w/ the addition of the scope mount & turned down bolt handles. The scope mount base on this rifle has arsenal type workmanship & finish wear appears consistent w/ balance of rifle. The scope & mount appear to be later replacement w/ notably more finish. The PU scope is marked on top w/ hammer, sickle & star inside pentagon & given S# of “4337723”. Side of mount has prominent electro penciled “729” & very faint number “32822”. The scope has pointed post & heavy horizontal crossbars. Replacement cleaning rod. Flat bbl. bands. Hardwood stock set has sling slots. CONDITION: stock set has moderate wear, dents, scratches & staining commensurate w/ a considerable amount of service use. Metal, including scope base, has traces of original finish w/ wear, turning gray w/ scattered scratches & handling marks. Front sight good, has slightly flattened appearance & bolt handle has visible weld at attaching point. Scope has slightly cloudy & spotted optics, but appears serviceable & adj. move freely. Scope retains 80% original finish w/ light high point wear & scattered handling marks. (21-2486/RW). CURIO. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1192 - WORLD WAR II RUSSIAN TOKAREV SEMI-AUTO MILITARY

RIFLE. Cal. 7.62x54R. S# RB3287. Bbl. 26 7/8" including muzzle brake. Receiver marked on top w/ star, arrow & “1943”, indicating mfg. At Tula Arsenal at that date. Tangent rear sight graduated to 1500m. Hooded post front sight. Bayonet lug is present. Cleaning rod is not present. Hardwood stock in handguard. MAGS: 1 detachable 10 rd. CONDITION: arsenal rework stock set has extensive wear, staining & scratching. Notable crack extending right side over triggerguard through pistol grip. Thinning arsenal rework metal finish turning gray w/ wear, dents & scratches. fair, worn bore turning dark. (21-2457/RW). CURIO. $600-1,000.

Lot: 1193 - RUSSIAN TULA SKS SEMI-AUTO MILITARY RIFLE.

Cal. 7.62 x 39. S# HA2339. Bbl. 20 3/8". Import mark at the bottom of bbl. All visible #s match. Receiver mark on left side w/ NA & S#. Receiver cover mark on top w/ arrow & star indicating Tula mfg. dated 1953. Tangent rear sight graduated 1,000 meter. Hooded post front sight. Cleaning rod is present. 9 1/2" Blade folding bayonet. Hardwood stock set. Cleaning kit in butt. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: matching cardboard shipping box. CONDITION: stock has dark lacquered type finish w/ light wear, flaking & scattered handling marks. Metal has 80% original blue w/ light wear & handling marks. Very good shiny bore. (21-3348/RW). CURIO. $300-500.

Lot: 1194 - 2 RUSSIAN BOLT ACTION RIFLES.

1) MODEL 1891/30. Cal. 7.62x54R (7.62 Russian). S# 9130387404 (Py3667, Russian). Bbl. 28.7". Mfg. 1941 w/ matching numbered bolt & floorplate. Stock has rack number "2" at heel plus buttplate numbered 60137. Faint wreath w/ hammer & sickle over forward edge of chamber. CAI import marked. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: spike bayonet, dual ammo pouch, tool kit, dbl. spout oil bottle plus green canvas & leather sling. CONDITION: good plus overall appearance as arsenal reconditioned having surfaces w/ much packing grease remaining. Good bore w/ light wear & slight frosting. (21-1822/NW). 2) WWII RUSSIAN MOSIN-NAGANT BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLE. Cal. 7.62x54R. S# 9130387475. Bbl. 28". Import mark on left side of receiver. Bbl. is marked on top w/ hammer & sickle in wreath indicating mfg. at Izhevsk Arsenal. Original S# A05953 matches on bbl. bolt & floorplate. Dated 1942. Straight bolt handle. Tangent rear sight graduated to 2,000 meters. Post front sight w/ protective hood. Cleaning rod is present. Hardwood stock set w/ sling slots. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 16 3/4" spike blade bayonet. Matching cardboard shipping box. Green web sling. 2 Compartment mag. pouch. Leatherette accessory pouch w/ combination tool, muzzle protector & cleaning jag. Oil container. CONDITION: rifle has arsenal rework stock finish w/ wear, flaking, scratches & handling marks. Metal has 90% arsenal rework finish with light high point wear. Very good bore. (21-1823/RW). BOTH CURIO. $350-550.

Lot: 1195 - RUSSIAN MODEL 1895 NAGANT REVOLVER.

Cal. 7.62x38R (7.62 Nagant rev.). S# 189534295 (39035 Russian). Bbl. 4 1/2" w/ CAI import marks on right side plus dovetailed blade front sight & frame notched rear. Mfg. 1931 at Tula arsenal. Matching numbered cyl. & trigger guard. Coarsely checkered brown plastic grips w/ lanyard loop at butt. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: very good canvas flap holster w/ leather trim & cleaning rod. CONDITION: near excellent arsenal reconditioned appearance & very good bore. (21-1786/NW). CURIO. $300-450.

Lot: 1196 - HUSQVARNA MODEL 1907 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 380 ACP. S# 40635. Bbl. 5". Mfg. In Sweden from 1917-1942 as direct copy of Browning Model 1903 because Browning was not able to supply Sweden's needs due to war. Left side of frame has "T1 No. 518" that is likely unit & inventory number. Lanyard at butt, checkered H logo hard rubber grips & "CAL380" on left side above trigger opening. As was commonly done, sandblasted & refinished plus rechambered to current cal. MAGS: 3 very good factory 7 rd. CONDITION: very good appearance as refinished w/ slight high point wear. Light hand wear to grips & near excellent bore. (21-2845/NW). CURIO. $450-600.

Lot: 1197 - SWEDISH WWII LJUNGMAN AG-42B SEMI-AUTO MILITARY

RIFLE. Cal. 6.5 X 55. S# 16166B. Bbl. 24 1/2". S# matches on receiver & buttplate. Receiver is marked on left side w/ Swedish crown over "C". Dated 1943. Receiver marked on right side "SS". Rear sight w/ drum type elevation adjustment to 700 meters. Blade front sight w/ protective hood. Cleaning rod is not present. Hardwood stock set. Swivels on left side of stock. Brass condition disk at right side of butt. MAGS: 1 detachable 10 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 8 1/8" fullered blade bayonet w/ knurled steel handle & steel scabbard. Bayonet has been sharpened. Bayonet & scabbard has traces of blue turning gray w/ dents, scratches & handling marks. CONDITION: stock set has very light wear, scattered scratches & handling marks. Buttstock has 2 notable 1" cracks behind receiver tang. Handguard has numerous cracks at rear & approx. 3 1/2" partially repaired crack in top forward end. Metal has 50% thinning blue turning gray. Black receiver cover has thinning wear & scratches. Fair worn bore turning dark in grooves. (21-2502/RW). CURIO. $400-600.

Lot: 1198 - 2 SWEDISH MODEL 96 RIFLES.

1) MODEL 96 CARBINE. Cal. 6.5x55. S# 51911. Bbl. 18 3/16" including attached sleeve. S# matches on receiver, bolt, nose cap, rear sight, bolt stop & floorplate. Receiver ring marked w/ crown & cypher “CARL GUSTAFS STADS GEVARSFAKTORI 1907”. Turned down bolt handle. Rear sight graduated to 1600m, front sight w/ protective ears has nosecap w/ provisions for bayonet added post 1914. Non matching hardwood stock set. Buttstock disk has 2 screw attachment & marked “CAL 6.5MM SWEDISH MADE IN SWEDEN”. Leather sling buckle is present on right side of butt. CONDITION: stock has lightly worn finish w/ scattered handling marks. Metal has 60% blue turning gray w/ light wear. Shiny bore w/ strong rifling. (21-2798/RW). 2) MODEL 96 RIFLE. Cal. 6.5X55. S# 380491. Bbl. 29 1/8". S# matches on bolt, receiver, bolt sleeve, cocking piece & safety. Import marked underneath bbl. Receiver marked w/ crown cypher. “CARL GUSTAFS STADS GEVARSFAKTORI 1916”. Straight bolt handle. Ladder rear sight graduated to 2,000m. Blade front sight w/ slip on sight protector, threaded muzzle w/ accessory cap. Cleaning rod is present. Beech stock set w/ brass condition disk in right side of buttstock. CONDITION: buttstock has light wear & scattered handling marks w/ original finish. Metal has arsenal rework type blade finish w/ light high point wear & scattered handling marks. Near excellent shiny bore. (21-2801/RW). BOTH CURIO. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1199 - 2 SWEDISH BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLES.

1) MODEL 38 Cal. 6.5X55. S# 21254. Bbl. 25 1/4" over accessory flash suppressor. All visible numbers match. Import marked underneath bbl. Receiver marked “WAFFENFABRIK OBERNDORF A/N”. Receiver mfg. by Mauser in 1899. Rifle was rebuilt subsequently into an M38. Rifle has been sporterized w/ a forged turn down bolt handle. Bolt handle seat has been cut into receiver & stock. Conversion shows amateur gunsmith type workmanship. Safety is Dayton-Triaster, has added Redfield Jr. one piece base, requiring modification to handguard & handguard ring. Ladder rear sight graduated to 600m, blade front sight w/ slip on sight protector, threaded muzzle w/ added steel flash suppressor, cleaning rod is not present. Hardwood stock set, buttstock has brass condition disk in right side. Bottom swivels w/ 1" brown leather carrying strap. CONDITION: stock is lightly worn original w/ light wear & handling marks. Metal has 50% original blue turning gray w/ light wear & scratches. Very good, shiny bore. (21-2790/RW). MODERN. 2) MODEL 38 RIFLE. Cal. 6.5x55. S# 648853. Bbl. 25 1/4", including flash suppressor. Import marked underneath bbl. Numbers match on receiver, bolt shroud, safety, cocking piece & buttplate. Receiver marked on top “HUSQVARNA VAPENFABRIK AKTIEBOLAG 1942”. Turned down bolt handle. Ladder rear sight graduated to 600m. Blade front sight. Threaded muzzle w/ screw on flash suppressor. Cleaning rod is not present. Matching hardwood stock set. Buttstock has brass condition disk in right side of butt. CONDITION: original finish stock has very light wear & scattered handling marks. Metal retains 80% original finish w/ light wear & scattered handling marks. Very good, shiny bore. (21-2808/RW). CURIO. $700-1,100.

Lot: 1200 - 2 EUROPEAN BOLT ACTION MILITARY RIFLES.

1) SWEDISH MODEL 1896. Cal. 6.5x55. S# 167530. Bbl. 29 1/2". S# matching on receiver, bolt assembly & buttplate. Import marked on right side of bbl. Straight bolt handle. Ladder rear sight graduated to 2000m. Blade front sight. Threaded muzzle w/ cap. Cleaning rod is present. Hardwood stock set w/ condition disk on right side of buttstock. CONDITION: stock has lightly worn original finish w/ light staining & scattered handling marks. Metal retains 90% original blue finish w/ light high point wear. Very good, shiny bore. (21-2510/RW). 2) ARSENAL OVERHAUL MODEL GEW 98 MAUSER. Cal. 8mm Mauser. S# 72. Bbl. 29 1/4". Mismatch numbers throughout. Tangent rear sight graduated to 2000m. Inverted V front sight. Receiver marked on left rail w/ “GEW 98”. Receiver ring marked “DEUSTCHEWAFFN-UND MUNITIONSFABRIKEN BERLIN 1916”. Rifle has been reserial numbered “72”. Receiver ring has traces of imperial proofs. Has “S” over chamber. Original tangent rear sight replaced w/ 98K tangent rear sight, marked on left side “S/42K”. Tangent bed marked “S/42G” & a separate marking of “K”. Bayonet bar is present. Cleaning rod is not present. Upper band w/ parade hook. Lock screw is missing from rear of trigger guard. Detachable swivel is not present. Flat steel buttplate, steel takedown hole. Walnut stock set w/ grasping grooves. Buttstock has indistinct flaming bomb marking on right side. CONDITION: stock set has added finish over tool marks w/ light wear, dents, scratches & staining throughout. Metal has arsenal rework type black finish w/ considerable wear & loss of finish. Fair, worn bore turning dark in grooves. (21-2513/RW). BOTH CURIO. $600-900.

Lot: 1201 - VERY DISERABLE G SERIES FN FAL SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

Cal. 308 Win. S# G3047. Bbl. 24" over factory flash brake. The G series FAL is probably the most coveted of this family of firearms. Shortly after importation began from Belgium, it was determined that the relief cut in the receiver allowed these guns to be too easily restored to full auto function & the import rules for future imports were changed after only 1,836 such rifles were brought in. The number of available examples today is even rarer because an unknown number of them were converted to & registered as machine guns. Plastic handguard & pistol grip. Hardwood stock w/ metal buttplate. Adj. gas system. Adj. protected post front sight. Elevation adj. ramp peep sight. Right side folding carry handle mounted directly in front of ejection port. Trigger group factory pinned restricting ability to switch to auto position. Bolt carrier, pistol grip & receiver have all matching numbers. No import marks. MAGS: 1 metric 20 rd. CONDITION: finish on exposed metal surfaces is a combination of high luster black & matte black as shipped from factory. Finish coverage is complete w/ only light marking at ejection port which happens almost immediately. Forend & pistol grip unblemished. Wood stock has several sm. impressions typically associated w/ vertical storage. Shiny bore w/ strong rifling. Firing mechanism appears to function when cycled by hand. (21-2702/DS). CURIO. $5,500-8,500.

Lot: 1202 - RARE MEXICAN DEFENSE CONTRACT COLT M4 CARBINE.

Cal. 223. S# LE344818. Bbl. 16". Extremely rare Colt LE6920 M4 Carbine mfg. for the Mexico Distrito Federal. Though occasionally a rare example will hit the market w/ the roll mark "S.D.N. MEXICO D.F." (Secretaria de la Defensa Nacional of Mexico) on the right side magwell, this rare example is engraved "Estados Unidos Mexicanos" w/ Mexican National Coat of Arms. It is believed that the guns w/ the COA were mfg. by Colt as sales samples for the Mexican Government. The factory box designates it as LE6920 MP-BM. Magpul MOE SL 4 position collapsible stock & matching stippled MOE SL pistol grip. 16" M4 profile bbl. marked "13629 MP"/ "5.56 NATO 1/7" terminated w/ threaded muzzle & A2 flash hider. Protected post front sight, gas block, bayonet lug assembly properly retain Knight's Armament quad rail system w/ slip over covers. Flat top upper receiver w/ brass deflector & rnd. forward assist host Magpul MBUS rear flip up adj. sight. Lower receiver marked on left side w/ Colt logo above "M4 CARBINE"/ "CAL. 5.56MM" & S# on magwell. Markings above trigger include "COLT DEFENSE"/ "HARTFORD CONN."/ "U.S.A.". Safety selector marked "Safe/ Fire" on both sides of receiver, though controls are located on the left. There are a few different stories about the market availability of these particular rifles that range from contracts undelivered to contract returns w/ a few different quantities originally mfg., but one thing we know for certain is the rifle's engraved w/ the Mexico National Coat of Arms is extremely rare. Matching dark black finish on all exposed metal surfaces. MAGS: 2-30 rd. PMags. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory (white label) box, factory cleaning kit, factory sealed fired casing, lock, nylon sling & owner’s manual. CONDITION: all outward appearances indicate new, unfired. Still retains plastic chamber flag & received in clear plastic coated shipping bag. Bore is shiny w/ excellent rifling & fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3394/JZ). MODERN. $2,500-4,000.

Lot: 1203 - ORIGINAL GERMAN HK93 A2 .223 RIFLE.

Cal. 223. S# 134985. Bbl. 16.14" w/ factory flash hider. Standard A2 model w/ standard forend & fixed rear stock. Factory 4 position drum style rear sight assembly. Hooded post front sight. Push button mag. release w/ 0-1 metal clip on trigger housing. Mag. well right side marked “MADE IN GERMANY, HK INC., ARL. VA. 22-201”. Left side mag. well marked “HK93 A134985 CAL..223 EAGLE IC ANTLER” indicating 1982 mfg. MAGS: 2 TOTAL; 1-25 rnd. & 1-40 rnd. CONDITION: exposed metal surfaces still retain the vast majority of the dark factory finish. Thinning behind ejection port which is common regardless of use. An area of wear in finish on left side of bbl. which typically coincides w/ vertical rack storage. Shiny bore w/ good rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3896/JZ). MODERN. $1,600-2,000.

Lot: 1204 - REMINGTON MODEL 700 TACTICAL BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

Cal. 308 Win. S# G6862569. Bbl. 20" heavy weight w/out sights. Swarovski Z3, 4-12x50 matte finished scope w/ range finding reticle on Millett mts. 2 Lug action w/ right side safety, adj. single stage trigger & hinged floorplate. Matte black metal finish. Hogue over molded stock w/ original pad. Harris bipod. Padded web sling on QD swivels. WEIGHT W/ SCOPE & BIPOD : 10 lbs., 9 oz. CONDITION: over 95% blue showing wear spots of bbl. Stock shows light scuffs. Near excellent bore. Scope has bright optics. PROVENANCE: Collection of Alan Bradley Shepherd. (21-3452/DS). MODERN. $1,500-2,500.

Lot: 1205 - ROMANIAN FPK DRAGUNOV RIFLE.

Cal. 7.62x54R. S# E2608. Bbl. 26 1/2" over the break. Romanian FPK mfg. in Romania from an original de-milled PSL & imported through Tennessee Guns of Knox, TN. Numbers on easily discovered external parts matching, including trunnion, receiver, front sight & flash hider. The long bbl. is terminated w/ the matching numbered muzzle brake which is spot welded at 6 o’clock. Bayonet band still present though neutered by clipping the ears flush to the edge prior to finishing. 1200m Rear tangent sight properly marked “P” which is the Romanian designation for “battle” or “CQB” close shooting. Sight radius over 23". Familiar blonde laminated wooden shoulder stock w/ matching blonde hardwood forends. Left side scope mt. is home to correct QD lever mt. fitted LPS 4x6 TIP2 scope which retains rubber eye piece & lens cover. Right side receiver controls. Correct Dragunov style shoulder stock w/ metal buttplate. MAGS: 1 factory 10 rd. CONDITION: metal finish on exposed surfaces complete & consistent w/ majority of thinning limited to parts w/ mechanical intervention & a few high areas typically associated w/ vertical rack storage. Wood furniture displays typical impressions, though shoulder stock is remarkably unblemished & finish seems to be resisting any flaking, which is usually typical for this family of firearm. Optical glass remains clear w/ well defined reticle w/ minimal ghosting around outside perimeter. Bbl. is shiny w/ strong rifling & fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-2555/JZ). MODERN. $1,500-2,500.

Lot: 1206 - ALEXANDER ARMS/TACTICAL INNOVATIONS 50 BEOWULF

CARBINE. Cal. 50 Beowulf. S# 67192095. Bbl. 16". An Alexander Arms 50 Beowulf barreled upper receiver w/ proprietary muzzle brake on a heavy Tactical Innovations T15 BDX lower receiver. Low profile gas block w/ slimline free floating Viking Tactics handguard. Soft rubber ERGO grip & 5 position telescoping MagPul MOE stock. Flat top upper receiver w/ brass deflector & rnd. forward assist. Missing dust cover. Currently sporting Trijicon 1-4x24 scope w/ heavy fiber optic adj. insert on QD Swan ARMS mnts. MAGS: 3 metal w/ 50 Beowulf floorplates & followers; typically 10 rd., 20 rd. & 30 rd. capacity for 5.56m. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Harris style telescoping bipod. Scope covers. Zippered nylon assault bag w/ several pockets & approx. 1 lb. of 50 Beowulf casings. 20 Rds. of 400 gr. FP Hawk ammo. CONDITION: dark black anodizing on upper & lower receivers w/ wrinkle type finish on handguards. Parkerized finish on gas lock & bbl. Optic appears clear & functional. Bore is shiny w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. PROVENANCE: Collection of Alan Bradley Shepherd. (21-3461/JZ). MODERN. $1,500-2,200.

Lot: 1207 - BELGIAN FN FAL 308 MATCH SEMI AUTO RIFLE IMPORTED

BY GUNSOUTH. Cal. 308 Win. S# 2503712. Bbl. 22.5" over 3.25" flash hider. This is 1 of the more desirable examples of this rifle that has been referred to as “the right arm of the free world”. Traditional black painted finish on exposed metal surfaces. Plastic buttstock w/ recoil pad. Plastic pistol grip, as well as forend, which is slotted to accept folding bipod. Protected post front sight along w/ rear peep sight adj. in elevation from 200m to 600m. Upper receiver left side stamped “308 MATCH”. Right side markings include: “Fabique Nationale Herstal / Made in Belgium / Gunsouth Trustville AL”. S# also resides on right side. This extremely popular & effective rifle has a carry handle, adj. gas system, as well as sling swivels front & rear. ARMS BASE & ARMS top cover currently sporting Schmidt & Bender 2.5-10x West German scope w/ 3 post crosshair reticle. Utilizes metric style mags. MAGS: 1 metal 20 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: tubular FAL bayonet marked "SOLINGEN / GERMANY" w/ plastic scabbard. CONDITION: dark black factory finish is consistent on all exposed metal surfaces w/ typical marking at ejection port from expended cases. Furniture is largely unblemished & has 4 5.5" velcro strips on stock, probably for an early cheekpiece attachment. Bore is shiny w/ decent rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-2703/JZ). MODERN. $1,200-1,800.

Lot: 1208 - BRAND NEW IN BOX GEN 1 MSAR STG-556

W/ 1.5X FACTORY SIGHT. Cal. 223. S# 600-TAN00069. Bbl. 16". The MSAR is an American mfg. Bullpup, very similar in aesthetics to the Steyr AUG. In true Bullpup fashion, the operator has the ability to utilize a long bbl. to take advantage of available ballistics w/ out sacrificing negative aspects of having a full-sized rifle. Due to the placement of the action, which is under the cheek of the shooter, the bbl. extends forward from that point, where it is typically above the trigger creating a much smaller signature. The stock or chassis is tan modeled plastic. Small section of the bbl. that is actually exposed is a combination of flutes & microgrooves for expedient cooling by increasing the surface area. Muzzle brake is a proprietary design, often referred to as a tulip. Like all MSAR designs, it includes a retractable vertical pistol grip. Microtech Small Arms Research started production in 2005 & continued until 2015. They are now continuing their popular knife line. A full tang knife w/ matching S# is included in this package. MAGS: complete set, 1 each of factory magazines; 1-10 rd., 1-20 rd., 1-30 rd., 1-42 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory fitted MSAR hard case, matching knife & sheath, & Giles sling. CONDITION: new in box. Still retains factory safety hang tag on trigger guard & factory muzzle cap. Finish is complete w/ full coverage still enjoying its factory matte black appearance. Bore is shiny w/ good rifling & fire control group appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1587/JZ). MODERN. $1,200-1,800.

Lot: 1209 - VALMET MODEL 76 SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

Cal. 223 Remington. S# 156992. Bbl. 16". A Finnish variation of the world famous Kalashnikov rifle system. Often considered a superior model having direct linage of the development of the Isreali Galil. Proper 3 prong flash hider w/ bayonet lug. Hooded post front sight still retaining flip up night sight. Tangent rear sight marked from 100m-600m. Correct plastic handguard & pistol grip w/ machine produced stippling. 10" Hardwood buttstock w/ Valmet buttplate. Dark gray parkerized finish on exposed metal surfaces. Left side mounted leather sling. Right side controls & reciprocating charging handle. Left side of receiver bears oblong circular logo often referred to as a "beer keg" signifying that it was at some point configured for Indonesian Coast Guard before being imported into the US civilian market. MAGS: 1 metal 30 rd. CONDITION: finish on exposed metal surfaces is complete w/ thinning only in areas of mechanical intervention & some gentle wear typically associated w/ vertical storage. Plastic furniture is mostly blemish free w/ 1 light impression on right side of pistol grip. Wooden stock is exemplary w/ only a few light impressions typically associated w/ storage. Bore is shiny w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3344/JZ). MODERN. $1,200-1,800.

Lot: 1210 - RUGER PRECISION BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

Cal. 6mm Creedmoor. S# 1801-23978. Bbl. 24" w/ Hybrid muzzle brake. Introduced 2017 in 6mm Creedmoor; considered by many to be ultimate long range cartridge. Free floating hammer forged bbl. w/ Samson Evolution KeyMod hand guard (disc). Other features include: oversized bolt handle, Ruger Marksman adj. trigger, AR style receiver & integral picatinny rail on receiver only. Folding stock will handle AR style stocks & presently fitted w/ Ruger stock adj. for cant, cheek piece height & LOP. Grooved recoil pad & ergonomic styled pistol grip. P-Series 30mm rings holding Leupold Mark 4 matte finished 3.5-10x40mm tactical scope w/ side parallax wheel, graduated target turrets, Leupold flip up lens caps & reticle consisting of 4 blunt heavy posts plus cross wire center section having 4 holdover dots in each of 4 sections. Harris style bipod attached to accessory rail at bottom of hand guard; adj. for height & cant plus folds to reduced profile. MAGS: 1 PMAG 10 rd. marked "7.62x51". Opportunity for extreme distance precision shooting at entry level price. CONDITION: all aspects of entire package near excellent. (21-2738/NW). MODERN. $1,100-1,600.

Lot: 1211 - DMAX 90C SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 00502. Bbl. 16". An interesting closed bolt semi automatic carbine mfg. in Auburn, WA USA. A tubular receiver design w/ a full length ventilated bbl. shroud in a finish that heavily resembles that of the British Sterling. This simple blowback operated design feeds from a left side mounted mag. in a similar manner to that of the infamous British STEN. Fixed blade front sight w/ an adj. Williams rear peep sight. These have potential to be an accurate pistol cal. carbine. Mfg. in the early 1990's. The production fell victim to the newly sweeping "Assault Weapons" laws & manufacturing was ceased shortly after the 1994 ban. Hardwood stock, pistol grip & forend w/ a wrinkle finish marketed as "MAX-Coat". These were available in several calibers & numerous configurations including pistol, carbine & SBR. Left side reciprocating charging handle & safety. MAGS: 1-36 rd. CONDITION: finish on all exposed metal surfaces remains complete & consistent, only light marring at 3 o'clock right rear of bbl. jacket. Wooden furniture only illustrates a few very light impressions. Shiny bore w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-2952/JZ). MODERN. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1212 - DMAX 100C SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

Cal. 10mm. S# 00514. Bbl. 16". An interesting closed bolt semi automatic carbine mfg. in Auburn, WA USA. A tubular receiver design w/ a full length ventilated bbl. shroud in a finish that heavily resembles that of the British Sterling. This simple blowback operated design feeds from a left side mounted mag. in a similar manner to that of the infamous British STEN. Fixed blade front sight w/ an adj. Williams rear peep sight. These have potential to be an accurate pistol cal. carbine. Mfg. in the early 1990's. The production fell victim to the newly sweeping "Assault Weapons" laws & manufacturing was ceased shortly after the 1994 ban. Hardwood stock, pistol grip & forend w/ a wrinkle finish marketed as "MAX-Coat". These were available in several calibers & numerous configurations including pistol, carbine & SBR. Left side reciprocating charging handle & safety. MAGS: 1-30 rd. CONDITION: finish on exposed metal surfaces appears complete & consistent. Wooden furniture exhibits a few light impressions. Shiny bore w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-2953/JZ). MODERN. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1213 - DMAX 450C SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 00578. Bbl. 16". An interesting closed bolt semi automatic carbine mfg. in Auburn, WA USA. A tubular receiver design w/ a full length ventilated bbl. shroud in a finish that heavily resembles that of the British Sterling. This simple blowback operated design feeds from a left side mounted mag. in a similar manner to that of the infamous British STEN. Fixed blade front sight w/ an adj. Williams rear peep sight. These have potential to be an accurate pistol cal. carbine. Mfg. in the early 1990's. The production fell victim to the newly sweeping "Assault Weapons" laws & manufacturing was ceased shortly after the 1994 ban. Hardwood stock, pistol grip & forend w/ a wrinkle finish marketed as "MAX-Coat". These were available in several calibers & numerous configurations including pistol, carbine & SBR. Left side reciprocating charging handle & safety. MAGS: 1-30 rd. CONDITION: finish coverage on exposed metal surfaces complete & consistent w/ no apparent blemishing. Wood stocks possess only a few light scratches & impressions. Bore is shiny w/ well pronounced rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-2955/JZ). MODERN. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1214 - NORINCO 56S SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

Cal. 7.62X39. S# 1611737. Bbl. 16". A very early semi-auto under folding AK-47 variant imported from Norinco, China through SILE NY, NY. Blued finish on exposed metal surfaces. Front trunnion marked "156S" along w/ the triangle 66 Arsenal mark. Import markings on left side of receiver. "MADE IN CHINA"/ "SILE N.Y. N.Y." w/ familiar Norinco logo. Correct yellow/red tinted wooden furniture & plastic pistol grip w/ under folding stock. Reinforced stamped receiver. Proper slant muzzle break in front of hooded post front sight. Gas block/ bayonet lug play host to on board cleaning rod. Tangent rear sight marked to 800 meters. Right side controls. Matching numbers on several sm. parts & receiver. Left side mounted faded green canvas sling. MAGS: 1 metal 30 rd. CONDITION: exterior surfaces still retain the vast majority of their original finish. Some areas of thinning in receiver & handguard wear due to mechanical intervention w/ stock. Front sight block has a few sm. spots of weld, possibly separated earlier from the now correct functioning break. Shiny bore w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. Folding stock locks tightly in opened position, though does not engage the lock in the folded position. (21-1949/JZ). MODERN. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1215 - FDE IWI ISRAEL TAVOR SEMI AUTO RIFLE.

Cal. 5.56x45. S# T0007313. Bbl. 16 1/2". The Tavor SAR is a 5.56x45mm battle proven, Bullpup style rifle mfg. originally for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). Since its initial introduction to the US market in 2014 it has been wildly popular. It utilizes a rotating bolt, long stoke piston mechanism & feeds from standard M16 family magazines. This example is a flat dark earth (FDE) SAR Flat Top, which incorporates a 14" picatinny rail as a sight mounting point in addition to a 6" rail located opposite the charging handle at a 45° angle. The Tavor utilizes an ingenious sight mechanism composed of a front blade w/ a tritium insert & corresponding rear sight that folds into the rail system when using optics. Currently mounted is an EOTech L3 holographic weapon sight in front of an EOTech flip down magnifier, both on QD mts. The 1:7, 5.56 NATO hammer forged chrome lined bbl. is terminated w/ a threaded muzzle & A2 style flash hider & is currently configured for right hand use. On the 45° angled rail is an aftermarket laser & light combination. MAGS: 1 tan 30 rd. PMAG. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: IWI cleaning kit in factory pouch. Brown leather sling w/ QD sockets. CONDITION: while the FDE chassis exhibits some light staining which is earned quickly. No significant wear apparent on any parts. EOTech sight & magnifier appear to work correctly as does laser/ light combination. Bore is shiny w/ strong rifling & fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3382/JZ). MODERN. $900-1,400.

Lot: 1216 - SIG 5.56 RIFLE WITH FACTORY FOLDING

STOCK. Cal. 5.56MM. S# JT024439. Bbl. 16". Cold hammer forged bbl. chambered in 5.56mm NATO, w/ a twist rate of 1:7 & terminated w/ a threaded muzzle & A2 style flash hider. Vented quad rail forearm proving over 18” of regulated picatinny rail surface at 12:00. Piston driven gas system w/ rotating locking bolt & right side reciprocating charging handle. Hooded post front sight w/ 4 position adj. drum style rear sight. Ambidextrous safety/ selector. Right side mag release. Left side bolt release. Right side folding stock that does not interfere w/ function & may be utilized in any position. Sig vertical foregrip w/ bright weapon light & onboard red laser. Additional laser mounted at 3:00. EOTech Zombie Stopper electronic sight w/ QD mount. Factory ribbed pistol grip w/ storage compartment. Black nylon sling. MAGS: 1 aluminum 30 rd. CONDITION: finish coverage complete & consistent on exposed metal surfaces. Normal handling marks that come w/ storage & use. Ejection port area illustrates light usage. Stock locks tightly in both open & closed positions. Weapon light & integral laser appear to be functioning properly. Unable to verify additional laser & EOTech sight. Shiny bore w/ strong rifling & fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1506/JZ). MODERN. $900-1,200.

Lot: 1217 - “AS NEW” BLUE LABEL COLT AR-15 A2 GOVT. CARBINE.

Cal. 223. S# GC011065. Bbl. 16". An exemplary example blue label Colt AR-15 A2 Govt. Carbine. 1/7 Pencil bbl. terminated w/ A2 flash hider. Protected post front sight w/ factory bayonet lug & front sling swivel. A2 rnd. hand guards w/ beveled delta ring. Carry handle upper receiver w/ A2 adj. sights, brass deflector & rnd. forward assist 2 position collapsible plastic buttstock. Matching dark gray finish. Slotted post ban style bolt carrier to coincide w/ Colt blocked lower receiver. MAGS: 2-20 rd. Colt. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory box (blue label), Uncle Mike’s nylon sling, cleaning brushes, cleaning rod, factory owner’s manual. CONDITION: all outward appearances indicate this gun has seen very little use, if any at all. Stored in factory plastic bag in factory box, still retaining cardboard barrel insert. No apparent blemishes to finish that would signify even normal use and/or storage. Clean bore w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3361/JZ). MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1218 - SCARCE FEG SA 85M FOLDING STOCK AK STYLE SEMI AUTO

RIFLE. Cal. 7.62X39. S# SL01987. Bbl. 17 1/8" including muzzle brake. Rifle imported by Kassnar Imports prior to 1989. Has functional under folding stock & threaded muzzle w/ slant cut brake retained by a spring loaded pin. Receiver marked on right side w/ FEG logo, "SA 85M CAL. 7.62X39 SEMI AUTOMATIC MADE IN HUNGARY" & "IMPORTED BY KASSNAR IMPORTS HARRISBURG PA". Tangent rear sight graduated to 1000m. Post front sight w/ protective ears. Cleaning rod is present. Bayonet lug is present. Side swivels. Matching 3 piece hardwood stock set. MAGS: none. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: matching shipping box w/ styrofoam inserts. CONDITION: all aspects including bore very good to near excellent w/ scattered tiny handling marks. Shipping box has light wear & staining. (21-2780/RW). MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1219 - CLASSIC CHINESE NORINCO NHM91 RIFLE.

Cal. 7.62x39. S# 9304969. Bbl. 21". The NHM 91 was an early politically correct RPK variant that became known in the early 1990's. The first Bush Administration over saw changes to the import laws which restricted guns coming in to the United Sates to meet a "sporting" criteria. This would eventually be adopted to pertain to domestic Mfg. in 1994 & better known as the Clinton Assault Weapon Ban before sun setting 10 years later. Specific physical characteristics had to be addressed & modified prior to import & one of the earliest configurations to meet these requirements was the NHM 91. Identical in function to the original RPK but altered in aesthetics, imports continued. These changes included no threaded muzzle which was often addressed by blind pinning a thread protector over the muzzle & no pistol grip which brought us the earliest generations of thumb hole stocks. Bayonet lugs were also forbidden so the ears were typically clipped or the entire lug was milled off. This specific example was Mfg. in China by Norinco & imported through CSI in ONT, CA. still resides in its 1990's legal import configuration. Pinned thread protector at muzzle in front of protected post front sight. Folding bipod w/ legs telescoping to13". Milled off bayonet lug. Rear tangent sight marked to 800m. Hardwood thumb hole shoulder stock in a matching yellowish stain to handguards w/ rubber recoil pad. Blued finish on exposed metal surfaces. Top cover has integral scope base & thumb screw which applies pressure to steady this typically loose part. Currently sporting a 2-7x32 Simmons Pro Hunter Scope w/ duplex cross hair. MAGS: Romanian 75 rd. rear loading drum. CONDITION: original blued finish still covers completely w/ thinning on receiver beneath safety selector. Normal associated w/ storage & light use. Wood furniture bares typical impressions but appears free of any noticeable structural damage. Rubber butt pad remains somewhat pliable but becoming brittle. Bore is shiny w/ decent rifling & fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1455/JZ). MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1220 - ATTRACTIVE COLT 7.62X39 BLUE LABEL LIGHTWEIGHT

SPORTER. Cal. 7.62x39. S# LH008545. Bbl. 16". A desirable variant of the Colt Sporter blue label family chambered in 7.62x39. 1/12 Medium profile bbl. terminated w/ A1 muzzle brake. Protected post front sight void of bayonet lug but still retaining front sling swivel. A2 carbine handguards w/ tapered delta ring. Carry handle upper receiver w/ A2 adj. sights, brass deflector & rnd. forward assist. 10 1/2" full length buttstock w/ trapdoor. Black nylon sling. Matching dark gray finish on upper & lower receivers. Slotted bolt carrier to coincide w/ blocked lower receiver. MAGS: 2 factory 7.62x39. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: matching blue label box w/ factory plastic shipping/storage bag, 2 cleaning brushes, cleaning rod, owners manual. CONDITION: all outward appearances indicate this firearm has seen very little use. Finish is void of normal usage and storage marks. Bore is clean w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to fire correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3362/JZ). MODERN. $700-1,100.

Lot: 1221 - PRE-BAN COLT AR-15 A2 SPORTER II RIFLE.

Cal. 223. S# SP 347535. Bbl. 20". A nice, clean example of the Colt AR-15 A2 Sporter II in its complete pre ban configuration. 1/7 Medium profile bbl. terminated w/ A2 flash hider. Protected post front sight complete w/ bayonet lug & sling swivel. Full length A2 handguards w/ tapered delta ring. Carry handle upper receiver w/ E1 windage adj. rear peep sight, brass deflector & rnd. forward assist. Slab side lower receiver. Full length 10 1/2" buttstock w/ trapdoor containing various cleaning components. Black nylon sling. SP-1 cut bolt carrier. MAGS: none. CONDITION: matching light black finish on upper & lower receivers. Very few marks or impressions that are common that are gently used & properly stored firearms. Outward impression is that this gun has spent most of its time in storage or in display. Strong rifling & fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3354/JZ). MODERN. $700-1,100.

Lot: 1222 - DPMS MODEL A-15 SEMI-AUTO CARBINE.

Cal. .223-5.56 (223 Rem.-5.56mm NATO). S# 13188. Bbl. 16 3/8" including 4 1/2" of permanently attached flash hider. Mfg. mid 1980s in Becker, MN. Standard A2 pistol grip & 3 position collapsible buttstock having Viking slip on rubber pad. Unmarked upper w/ integral carrying handle having A2 sight set plus rnd. button forward assist & shell deflector. Rnd. carbine hand guards. Front sight assembly includes sling swivel & bayonet lug. Original, made in USA Colt 3 power crosshair reticle scope attached w/ spring loaded mt. to carry handle having Bushwacker yellow tinted front lens cap. MAGS: 1 Defense Procurement Mfg. Services 30 rd. CONDITION: all aspects of basic rifle including bore are near excellent w/ light signs of use on rubber buttplate. Good appearing scope w/ slight marks from screwdriver use on scope adjustments; elevation designed to be adjusted w/ cartridge rim, not screwdriver. Elevation secondary cap not removeable & difficult to turn. (21-2852/NW). MODERN. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1223 - RUGER PISTON DRIVEN SR-762 CARBINE WITH EOTECH

SIGHT. Cal. 308 Win. S# 562-13006. Bbl. 16". Ruger’s entry into the heavy weight modern sporting rifle industry. Chambered in 762x51 NATO w/ a modern 4 position adj. gas piston system for the ultimate in fine tuning. 1/10 Medium profile bbl., threaded & terminated w/ Ruger’s signature military style muzzle break. The 12 o’clock position is occupied by over 19" of picatinny rail for numerous mounting options w/ additional real estate at 3, 6, 9 o’clock if desired. 6 Position collapsible MagPul stock w/ LimbSaver recoil pad. Geissele Super Charging Handle. Brass deflector & rnd. forward assist. EOTech electronic sight utilizing dbl. A batteries. Dark black matte finish on all exposed surfaces. MagPul MOE pistol grip. MAGS: none. CONDITION: all outward appearances indicate very little use & proper maintenance. One telltale sign is brass depositing on the deflector & this particular example has very little. EOTech sight appears to function correctly w/ out any noticeable defects. Shiny bore w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3421/JZ). MODERN. $700-1,100.

Lot: 1224 - COONAN LAR-3 7.62 NATO CARBINE.

Cal. 7.62x51. S# 400042. Bbl. 19" over break. Coonan mfg. FN-FAL carbine variant. Adj. gas system w/ protected post front sight & rear peep sight adj. In elevation from 200-600m. Plastic slimline handguard w/ 11" folding bipod. 4 prong 5" flash hider. Metric receiver. Top mounted folding carry handle. Top cover has been replaced w/ an A.R.M.S. unit providing over 6" of Weaver mounting base. Plastic pistol grip & plastic 10" buttstock including rubber recoil pad. Sling swivels front & rear. MAGS: 1-20 rd. CONDITION: exposed metal surfaces enjoy the vast majority of the original dark black finish, most pronounced wear is below the ejection port. Correct stocks possess minor scratches & impressions typically associated w/ storage. Shiny bore w/ aggressive rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-703/JZ). MODERN. $600-1,000.

Lot: 1225 - 5.56 MM FMK AR-15 STYLE CARBINE &

ACCESSORIES. Cal. 5.56mm. S# FMK33177. Bbl. 16”. Heavily accessorized dissipater style variant of the popular black rifle. Stainless steel heavy bbl. w/ threaded muzzle terminated w/ A2 flash hider. Free floating 12” YHM quad rail for 18” of regulated mounting space at 12:00. Bottom rail plays host to CAA FVG & UTG TL-BP980 collapsible bipod on QD mount. YHM folding front sight mounted on 2” independent quad rail forward of hand guard. Flat top upper receiver w/ brass deflector & rnd. forward assist hosts Vortex Strikefire II & YHM folding rear sight. FMK polymer lower w/ Wilson Combat extended bolt release, extended mag release, ambidextrous safety selector & anti-walk pins. Red & white dots mark Safe/Fire positions on both sides of receiver. 6 Position collapsible shoulder stock w/ slip on US Ordnance marked recoil pad. Midway USA camo nylon single point sling. MAGS: 1 aluminum 30 rd. CONDITION: all outward appearances indicate very little use if any at all. Telltale areas such as brass deflector remain unmarked. Vortex sight appears to function correctly in both red/green modes. Bright bore w/ strong rifling & fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1482/JZ). MODERN. $600-900.

Lot: 1226 - SPIKES TACTICAL ST15 CARBINE WITH MAGPUL

FURNITURE. Cal. 223. S# 80897. Bbl. 16". Spikes Tactical ST15 w/ M4 profile bbl. & A2 style flash hider. Dark black matte finish, typical of Spike builds. Low profile gas block w/ Magpul “MOE” front handguard w/ tapered delta ring. Flat top upper receiver w/ brass deflector & rnd. forward assist sporting a TruGlo electronic sight w/ flip up covers. Pictogram lower w/ left side controls. Spikes 6 position collapsible stock. Knurled extended mag. release. M16 Style bolt carrier. MAGS: 1-40 rd. metal. CONDITION: by all aspects, gun appears to be very gently used if any at all, no major blemishing on either finish or furniture, sight appears to be operational, bore is shiny w/ good rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-431/JZ). MODERN. $600-1,000.

Lot: 1227 - EXCELLENT STAG ARMS A2 FLAT TOP CARBINE, HEAVILY

ACCESSORIZED. Cal. 5.56. S# 72245. Bbl. 16". An excellent example of a textbook “M4gery”. This carbine has all proper bells & whistles. A 16" M4 profile bbl. terminates w/ an A2 flash hider. Front sling swivels, both left side & bottom, below the front sight gas block w/ bayonet lug. Protected post front sight to coincide w/ adj. back up iron sight on flat top upper receiver. Aimpoint red dot sight w/ covers & filters as well as top mounted CQB iron sights. A2 carbine rnd. forend w/ beveled delta ring. Brass deflector w/ rnd. forward assist on Keystone upper. 6 Position collapsible buttstock. Dark black anodized finish on exposed metal surfaces. Bbl. marked “::STAG:ARMS:” & “5.56:NATO:1/9”. MAGS: 1-30 rd. aluminum. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory plastic foam lined transport case, accessory package including manuals, t-shirt, lock, etc. CONDITION: by all appearances, this firearm has seen very little use. Brass deflector is void of any marring at all. Finish is as new. Bbl. is clean w/ strong rifling. Electronic sight appears to be functioning correctly. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-483/JZ). MODERN. $600-900.

Lot: 1228 - YHM COMMANDO STYLE CARBINE W/ PERMANENTLY

ATTACHED BRAKE. Cal. 223 Rem. S# YH2222. Bbl. 11 1/2" w/ permanently attached 5 1/2" muzzle brake. YHM carbine in an early commando configuration. Though it utilizes an 11 1/2" bbl. like the original, it has a permanently attached muzzle brake which appears to be blind pinned & welded, keeping the overall length in the title 1 category. Dark black finish on both receivers. Traditional tall protected post front sight/bayonet lug/gas block combo w/ front sling swivel. Flat top keystone upper receiver w/ brass deflector & rnd. forward assist. ARMS BUIS folding sight which appears to be regulated w/ a TruGlo red/green dot reflex style sight. 6 Position collapsible Tapco shoulder stock w/ rear sling swivel. SP1 cut style bolt carrier. MAGS: 1-40 rd. CONDITION: finish coverage is complete on all exposed metal surfaces, no external blemishing visible on metal or stocks, TruGlo sight appears to function correctly, bright bore w/ decent rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-460/JZ). MODERN. $600-900.

Lot: 1229 - ANDERSON AM-15 A2 CARBINE.

Cal. 5.56 MM. S# 16181711. Bbl. 16". A more traditional member of the black rifle configuration. Stainless steel 1:8 bbl. is terminated w/ a threaded muzzle & A2 style flash hider. Gas block plays host to standard bayonet lug & protected post front sight. Rnd. A2 carbine length hand guard w/ tapered delta ring. Flat top upper receiver from Palmetto State Armory w/ brass deflector & rnd. forward assist. Currently sporting a Nikon M-2231x4 scope w/ flip up covers. Anderson lower utilizes ambidextrous safety/ selector. 6 Position collapsible shoulder stock w/ US Ordnance marked rubber recoil pad. Receiver end plate has single point sling attachment points at 5:00 & 7:00. Black nylon single point sling. MAGS: 1 aluminum 30 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: detachable carry handle w/ factory style elevation & windage adj. dual aperture rear sight. CONDITION: all outward appearances indicate very low usage. Scattered thinning indicative of that earned during vertical storage. Bore is shiny w/ strong rifling & fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1509/JZ). MODERN. $500-800.

Lot: 1230 - BUSHMASTER FIREARMS CARBON 15 CARBINE.

Cal. 5.56mm. S# CBC071264. Bbl. 16". A classic, light weight Carbon 15 mfg. for Bushmaster Firearms. 1/9 Rifled pencil bbl. terminated w/ A2 style flash hider. Low profile gas block w/ bayonet lug & sling swivel. A2 carbine style handguard w/ tapered delta ring. Flat top upper receiver w/ short brass deflector & rnd. forward assist. 4 position collapsible buttstock. MAGS: 1-30 rd. metal. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory cardboard shipping box, nylon sling, gun lock, owner’s manual, 1X30ST variable power red dot sight w/ riser. CONDITION: outward appearances indicate very little use & proper storage. No noticeable blemishing on any exterior surfaces. Bore is shiny w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1880/JZ). MODERN. $500-700.

Lot: 1231 - ROMANIAN THUMBHOLE ROMAK 1 RIFLE.

Cal. 7.62x39. S# 1-6649-97. Bbl. 16". A Romanian AK variant mfg. for the US civilian market in 1997. Bbl. terminated w/ a threaded muzzle & spot welded thread protector. Earless bayonet lug still hosts onboard cleaning rod. Protected post front sight & tangent style rear sight elevated to 1000m w/ Romanian battle sight CQB setting "P". Beautiful yellow tinted laminated furniture w/ a shoulder stock in an inlet thumbhole configuration to meet import criteria at the time. Several matching parts including trunnion, top cover, bolt carrier & right side safety selector lever. Left side scope mt. on reinforced stamped receiver. MAGS: 1 metal 30 rd. CONDITION: finish coverage on exposed metal surfaces is consistent & complete w/ light thinning of areas of mechanical intervention. Wood forend exhibits cracking usually associated w/ dryness, though damage appears to be cosmetic at this point. Bore is shiny w/ very strong rifling & fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3558/JZ). MODERN. $500-800.

Lot: 1232 - ROMARM GPWASR-10/63 SEMI AUTO RIFLE IMPORTED BY

CIA. Cal. 7.62x39. S# EL-0907-73. Bbl. 16". Century International Arms import Romanian AK-47 variant. Stamped receiver w/ left side scope rail. Dark matte black metal finish on all exposed metal surfaces. Protected post front sight w/ elevation adj. rear tangent sight marked 100m-1000m. Left hand threaded muzzle w/ slant muzzle brake. Full bayonet lug currently hosting onboard cleaning rod. TAPCO USA plastic furniture included Galil style forend, right side folding stock & pistol grip. Tapco G2 trigger. MAGS: none. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: cardboard shipping box containing bayonet & scabbard, aluminum scope mt., cleaning kit, gun lock, leather mag. pouch & owner's manual. CONDITION: finish on exposed metal surfaces complete coverage w/ typical scratches associated w/ use & storage. Stock functions correctly & locks tightly in open position. Bore is shiny w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3420/JZ). MODERN. $500-800.

Lot: 1233 - CUGIR ROMANIAN AK-47 VARIANT WITH DRAGONOV

TYPE SYNTHETIC STOCK. Cal. 7.62x39. S# SBJ-3937-86R0. Bbl. 16 1/2". Stamped WASR-10 imported by CAI. Left hand threaded muzzle w/ correct slant brake. Standard protected post sight & elevation adj. rear sight to 1000m. On board cleaning rod w/ bayonet lug. Right side safety selector w/ left side receiver scope mt. Aftermarket rail attached to mt. w/ picatinny mounting surfaces at 9 o’clock & 12 o’clock. 4x32 BSA Scope w/ duplex crosshair & covers. Black plastic aftermarket Dragonov style stock & forend. Tapco trigger. MAGS: 3 metal 30 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: foam lined plastic rifle case. CONDITION: complete finish coverage on all exposed metal surfaces, flat black bbl. & receiver w/ matte finish top cover, exhibits normal thinning & marks related to normal use & storage, scope appears clear, plastic stocks free of any noticeable imperfections, bore is shiny w/ well pronounced rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-217/JZ). MODERN. $300-500.

Lot: 1234 - BROWNING HI POWER WITH NICKEL/SILVER CHROME

FINISH. Cal. 9mm. S#245PZ67642. Bbl. 4 1/2". This variant of the popular Browning Hi Power w/ the nickel/silver chrome finish was only mfg. from 1980-1985 in a quantity of approx. 11,609. This particular example was mfg. in 1981. Spur type hammer w/ external extractor. Checkered walnut grips w/ gold Browning medallion. Fixed front sight blade w/ adj. rear sights. Left side safety, mag. release & slide lock. Gold accented trigger. Serrated slide. MAGS: 1-13 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Browning pistol rug & period correct original operation/owner’s manual. CONDITION: all outward appearances indicate very little use if any at all. Grips are free of any noticeable blemishing. Bore is bright w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3830/JZ). MODERN. $1,200-1,700.

Lot: 1235 - EXQUISITE POST WAR BELGIAN BROWNING HI-POWER 9MM

PISTOL. Cal. 9mm. S# T215692. Bbl. 4 1/2". Polished blue finish on all exposed metal surfaces. Checkered walnut grips. Ring hammer & external extractor. Fixed front sight & lateral adj. rear tangent sight marked from 50-500m. Left side safety, mag. & slide release. Rear slide serrations. 1968 mfg. & several proof marks on bbl. & triggerguard. MAGS: 1-13 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Browning pistol rug & period correct original operation/owner’s manual. CONDITION: all outward aspects indicate extremely low usage if any at all. Normal areas of thinning due to mechanical intervention are still deep & rich. Grips are free of any noticeable imperfection & bore is bright w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3829/JZ). CURIO. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1236 - EXTREMELY CLEAN BROWNING HI POWER GP COMPETITION

PISTOL. Cal. 9mm. S# 245PZ47662. Bbl. 6". The Hi Power GP Competition is a Belgian mfg. variant, this particular piece mfg. in 1981. Frame & slide enjoy a dark matte black finish accented w/ a blued finish trigger, slide release, safety & hammer. Heavy blade front sight w/ low profile detent adj. rear sight. Pachmayr wrap around rubber grips. Front bbl. mounted counter weight. External extractor. Left side controls. Left side of the slide marked “BROWNING ARMS COMPANY MORGAN, UTAH & MONTREAL P.Q.” Right side of the slide marked “MADE IN BELGIUM BY FABRIQUE NATIONALE”. MAGS: 1-13 rd. CONDITION: all exposed metal surfaces enjoy complete & consistent coverage w/ only a few light scratches & some gentle thinning on high spots & areas of mechanical intervention. Bore is bright w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3727/JZ). MODERN. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1237 - BELGIUM BROWNING HI POWER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9m/m P (9mm Luger). S# 245RN56435. Bbl. 4 3/4". Mfg. 1979 w/ ringed hammer & blued trigger. Fitted w/ checkered rubber grips, extended paddle style thumb safety & Trijicon 3 dot night sights; slide was dovetailed for front sight. MAGS: 1 very good 13 rd. w/ black plastic follower & push button base. CONDITION: very good plus appearance w/ occasional light marks most noticeable on bottom right edge of slide. Traces of bare steel from creating front slide dovetail. Missing mag. safety feature in trigger. Near excellent bore & grips (21-2831/NW). MODERN. $650-900.

Lot: 1238 - BELGIUM BROWNING HI POWER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9m/m P (9mm Luger). S# T205859 & T3859. Bbl. 4 3/4". Mfg. 1967 w/ rnd. spur hammer. Long S# on front strap as normal plus short S# on right side above trigger as normal on early models. Matte black finish throughout w/ in the white bbl. Extended thumb safety, checkered rubber grips & Night Fision 3 dot night sights; dovetailed front. Import marked on butt. MAGS: 1 very good 13 rd. w/ plastic follower & push button base. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: very good black thumb break high ride holster marked only w/ "45 AUTO". CONDITION: near excellent overall appearing commercially applied matte black finish. Missing mag safety in trigger. Near excellent bore & grips. (21-2838/NW). MODERN. $650-900.

Lot: 1239 - BROWNING HIGH POWER 88 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm PARA (9mm Luger). S# 245PZ45596. Bbl. 4 5/8" w/ matching S# plus matching slide. Mfg. 1981 in Belgium & imported by Howco Dist. Matte blue finish throughout having checkered black plastic grips, spur hammer & in the white bbl. MAGS: 2 factory 13 rd. w/ black plastic followers, push button bases & bodies marked w/ PI symbol. CONDITION: all aspects including bore & grips are near excellent appearing new & unfired. (21-2842/NW). MODERN. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1240 - BROWNING T SERIES HI POWER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9m/mP (9mm Luger). S# T179319. Bbl. 4 5/8" w/ numerous Belgium proofs. Mfg. 1967 in Belgium w/ border checkered hardwood grips having iconic orange backs. Gloss finished w/ standard fixed sights & ring hammer. MAGS: 2 unmarked near excellent 13 rd. w/ push button bases; black plastic follower & aluminum follower. CONDITION: all aspects including bore & grips are near excellent appearing test fired only. (21-2839/NW). CURIO. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1241 - WALTHER GERMAN MODEL TPH SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 22 LR. S# 278206. Bbl. 2.8" & dated 1974 along w/ eagle N proof. Full S# on slide along w/ Interarms import mark under ejection port; alloy frame numbered 8206. Checkered Walther banner black plastic grips w/ "MADE IN W GERMANY" at bottom of left. Unusual example in that Blue Book states mfg. 1968-1998 but that GCA of 1968 stopped its importation leading to American TPH being mfg. 1987-2000 in blued & stainless finish. MAGS: 2 Factory 6 rd. w/ black finger extensions. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original box w/ packaging to include: cleaning rod, test target & multi language manual. Light scuffs on box edges. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent; appears new. (21-3906/NW). MODERN. $1,750-2,250.

Lot: 1242 - WALTHER MODEL PP SPORT C SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 22 LR. S# 76217C. Bbl. 6.1" dated 1972 w/ eagle N proof. Mfg. in Germany w/ matching numbered slide having Interarms import markings. Adaptation of Model PP designed for target shooting. Most C Models have 7 5/8" bbl. & are single action only w/ spur hammer. Regular Sport models are dbl. action w/ 6.1" or 8.1" bbls. References indicate sport model mfg. 1953-1970; no dates found for Model C. Fully adj. rear sight on slide plus undercut square faced front sight attached to its crinkle finished bbl. weight that extends back to front of trigger guard. With weight removed, separate matte finished target sight (included) can be installed. Unmarked mottled brown checkered plastic grips w/ RH thumbrest. MAGS: 2 factory 10 rd. w/ brown plastic grip forming base. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: matching numbered compartmentalized (1 broken divider) 2 piece brown box having decorative pig skin pattern design w/ lid indicating Sport-C Model. Factory matching numbered test target w/ very sm. group; all in 10 ring. 2 Simple formed rod tools; brass for cleaning & steel w/ bore brush. Extra front sight for use w/out bbl. weight. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent including bore & grips. Superb target trigger pull w/ no backlash. (21-3907/NW). MODERN. $1,500-2,000.

Lot: 1243 - SCARCE WALTHER TP DA/SA SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 22 LR. S# 200952. Bbl. 2.6" w/ blade slide. Blue finish. 2 Piece checkered plastic grips w/ blue & gold Walther medallion on right panel. 1961-1971 Mfg. MAGS: 1 detachable 6 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 2 piece box w/ matching number. Box contains instruction manual & cleaning brush. CONDITION: as new in box. (21-3822/DS). CURIO. $1,250-1,750.

Lot: 1244 - 2 WALTHER MODEL PP SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS; 22 LR & 380

ACP. BOTH: bbls. 3 7/8". Made in West Germany w/ blued steel frames & checkered plastic grips. Eagle N proofs & matching numbered slides. Flat topped serrated slides w/ fixed dot front sights & drift adj. rears w/ white squares. MAGS: 3 TOTAL; blued w/ finger extensions, 1-10 rd. unmarked 22 LR & 2 Walther banner 8 rd. 32 ACP. 1) Cal. 22 LR. S# 30786 LR. Mfg. 1969 & imported by Interarms as marked on right side of slide. Brown grips w/ RH thumbrest. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: good matching pebble grained box w/ manual, test target & cleaning rod. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent including bore & grips. (21-3534/NW). CURIO. 2) Cal. 32 ACP. S# 701746. Mfg. 1987 w/ black Walther banner grips. CDI import marked on right side of slide. Police style lanyard loop at bottom rear of butt. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: very good black Walther marked plastic case. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent w/ German quality export refinish leaving all markings crisp & clear. Near excellent bore & grips. (21-3535/NW). MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1245 - WALTHER PPK/S SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm kurz (380 ACP). S# 238000S. Bbl. 3 1/4". Mfg. 1970 in West Germany w/ slide having Interarms logo on right side. Blued w/ optional fully checkered walnut grips having ambidextrous thumb / finger locators on each grip. All standard features w/ typical date proof mark on frame behind trigger pivot rather than at port. Eagle N proofed. MAGS: 3 factory left ribbed 7 rd. TOTAL: 1 Walther banner marked w/ finger extension, 1 Walther banner marked w/ flat push button base, 1 unmarked w/ flat push button base. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: very good dark blue jewelry style case w/ maroon felt interior compartmentalize for pistol & spare mag; silver boxed Walther banner on top of lid plus silver latch & hinges. English printed Walther / Interarms manual. CONDITION: all aspects including bore & grips near excellent; appears new & unfired. (21-2837/NW). CURIO. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1246 - CARL WALTHER PPK/S 380 DAO STAINLESS STEEL PISTOL.

Cal. 380 ACP. S# 2719BAN. Bbl. 3 1/4". Traditional dbl. action semi-automatic pistol w/ safety/decocker. Stainless steel slide & frame. Made in Houlton, ME. Fixed blade front sight w/ fixed notch rear sight. Serrated slide. Walther plastic grip panels. Left side American style mag. release. MAGS: 2-7 rd. factory. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: lockable plastic factory transport box, factory paperwork, fired shell casing, DeSantis 00274 leather holster. CONDITION: all outward aspects indicate very little actual use which is typical for pistols of this size. Some mild staining on bbl. exterior where it resides under the slide. Bright bore w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3761/JZ). MODERN. $450-600.

Lot: 1247 - CLEAN POST WAR WALTHER PPK/S 380 PISTOL.

Cal. 380. S# S042000. Bbl. 3". Stainless steel frame & slide w/ black plastic grips. “INTERARMS” import. Serrated slide. Fixed sights. Left side safety decocker. Traditional dbl. action. US Style mag. release, button at top left side below slide. MAGS: factory 8 rnd. CONDITION: finish on exposed metal surfaces only indicates light use. Grips are free of any major blemishing. Bore is shiny w/ decent rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3512/JZ). MODERN. $400-600.

Lot: 1248 - COLT CUSTOM SHOP ELECTOLESS NICKEL GOLD CUP

SEMI-AUTO PISTOL W/ MATCHING CONVERSION UNIT. Cal. 45 ACP. S# FN07066. Bbl. 5". Mfg. 1984 as 80 Series having Elliason rear sight & textured walnut grips w/ silver Colt medallions. Noticeable match enhancements include vertically serrated front strap & corresponding flat mainspring housing plus thin extended slide stop. Lowered & flared ejection port plus typical throated bbl. & lightly polished feed ramp. MAGS: 1 Matching factory 7 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: very good Custom Shop labeled original (NOT reproduction) wood grained box w/ foam inserts & paperwork. Light scuffs on exterior but no rips or damage. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent w/ evidence of firing barely visible. CONVERSION UNIT. Cal. 22 LR. Bbl. 5". Matching accessory for pistol w/ red insert, blued blade front sight & white outline MMC adj. rear (Accro style). More complete than normal having extra bbl. bushing, spring plug, recoil spring, slide stop & spring guide w/ rounded nose guiding spring. MAGS: 1 Blued factory 10 rd. w/ black plastic follower & removable base. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Custom Shop labeled original (NOT reproduction) wood grained box w/ foam inserts. Minimal scuffs on edges & some finish loss on end opposite label. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent including bore. (21-3833/NW). MODERN. $2,250-2,750.

Lot: 1249 - COLT COMMEMORATIVE NATIONAL MATCH SERIES 70 IPSC

1 OF 500. Cal. 45 ACP. S# 70N73377. Bbl. 5". Blued finish on slide w/ a matte nickel finish frame. This Combat Special was mfg. by Colt in 1979 on a Series 70 National Match frame to commemorate the founding of the IPSC (International Practical Shooting Confederation) & limited to only 500 guns. The slide is engraved on both sides, the right side rear wearing the “DVC” insignia & in the front marked “COMBAT SPECIAL / 1 OF 500 IPSC”. The left side marked “DILIGENTIA, VIS, CELERITAS” (Latin for “precision, power, speed”) on the front & the rear of the slide is adorned w/ the IPSC star & globe logo. Frame markings on the right side include: “COLT’S PT. F. A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CONN. U.S.A.”, “234 OF 500” & S#. Bbl. marked “COLT .45 AUTO N.M. MK.IV/SERIES 70”. Slide is polished on the sides w/ a matte finish top & bottom. Outfitted w/ an adj. Elliason rear sight & blade front sight. Checkered hardwood grips w/ silver Colt medallions. Checkered backstrap. Serrated front strap, trigger guard & hammer. Left side slide & mag. release w/ ambidextrous thumb safety. Enlarged beavertail grip safety. Gently beveled mag. well. MAGS: 1 satin finished Colt 7 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: custom ZERO Centurion Elite aluminum hard case marked “COMBAT SPECIAL” w/ IPSC logo, Colt marked Case-Gard 50 ammo box, takedown tool & factory literature. Allen gun rug. Matching numbered (“234 of 500”) Colt firearms belt buckle. CONDITION: all outward appearances indicate extremely low use if any at all. Finish coverage is complete & consistent w/ no obvious sign of defect. Grips appear unblemished. Bore is bright w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3831/JZ). MODERN. $2,200-2,700.

Lot: 1250 - COLT SUPER 38 AUTOMATIC SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 38 Super. S# 200692. Bbl. 5". Mfg. 1968 (1928-1970) as blued model. Standard configuration w/ spur hammer & grooved arched mainspring housing. Border checkered brown Coltwood grips w/ rampant Colt images. Proper 1 line slide marking on right side as used from 1955 to end of production. Referred to as 4th model having thin bbl. & rampant Colt on left side of slide. MAGS: 1 Very good factory 9 rd. w/ light marks. CONDITION: very good appearance as nicely refinished w/ slide having slight plum hue. Sm. scratch on underside of dust cover. Slight thinning on front edges of slide. Fair grips due to elongated holes at grip screw locations being more pronounced on right side. Slight grip distortion as well w/ all grip problems appearing caused by heat. Near excellent bore. (21-3426/NW). CURIO. $1,500-2,000.

Lot: 1251 - COLT GOLD CUP NATIONAL MATCH SUPER ELITE SEMI AUTO

PISTOL. Cal. 38 Super. S# SE453. Bbl. 5". Patridge front sight w/ Elliason square notch adj. rear sight. 2 Tone finish w/ blued slide & stainless steel frame. Wide beavertail grip safety. Adj. trigger. 2 Piece smooth walnut grips w/ Colt medallions. Limited Edition by Accu Sport, mfg 1987 only. MAGS: 1 detachable 8 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: foam lined box w/ matching label. Box contains instruction manual, hang tag, the Colt Companion, service agreement, congratulation letter, NRA ad, repair station pamphlet & bbl. bushing wrench. CONDITION: near new in box. (21-3832/DS). MODERN. $1,500-2,000.

Lot: 1252 - COLT MODEL M45A1 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 13672EGA .Bbl. 5" National Match w/ corresponding NM bushing. New for 2016 as civilian example of USMC Special Operations Force Recon pistol as used in Middle East by various U.S. special forces. Originally chosen for USMC use on July 20, 2012. Numerous enhanced features on basic 80 Series stainless Government Model having integral Picatinny accessory rail. Decobond Brown finish allowing easier maintenance & durability. Besides special Custom Shop workmanship some notable features are: Colt NM bbl. bushing, lowered plus flared ejection port, dust cover accessory rail, high cut front strap, front & rear cocking grooves, extended ambidextrous safety, grooved flat mainspring housing w/ lanyard loop, upswept beavertail grip safety w/ palm swell, skeletonized hammer, long solid black grooved trigger, mag. release button relieved Desert Camo G10 grips w/ oversized screws & dovetail mounted Trijicon Novak style 3 dot night sights. MAGS: 2 Wilson Combat stainless 7 rd. w/ rnd. top plastic follower & push button removable base. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Matching factory blue plastic case w/ paperwork. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent; appearing factory test fired only. (21-3557/NW). MODERN. $1,500-2,000.

Lot: 1253 - JOHN GILES COLT GOVERNMENT SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 70G42473. Bbl. 5" standard Series 70 w/ throating & special match link having wider base than body & fitted to legs. Mfg. 1973 plus accurized & enhanced by John Giles of Odessa, FL who was one of the premier customizers of Colts from 1950s to very early 1990s; passed away in 2006 at age 92. He held 17 patents for Model 1911 enhancements along w/ separate classification at Camp Perry in his name. Deemed by many "The Best" enhancer of Model 1911s. Slide has his patented grooved rib w/ undercut target front sight & corresponding square notched adj. rear. Unique aspect of his rib is its method of attachment utilizing rear sight dovetail for recoil control & single attachment screws front & rear. Special rear sight designed w/ multiple adjustments using spring pins & detent notches on circumference of adjustment wheels rather than coil spring detents. Superb slide to frame lapped fitment w/ detail to all engaging surfaces including breech face. Lapping fit to bbl. lugs & bushing plus attention to bottom bevel of firing pin retainer. Frame w/ grooved arched mainspring housing plus standard safeties & slide stop. Checkered walnut grips w/ pronounced thumbrest on left. Aluminum trigger of short length w/ added Ace style trigger shoe yielding ideal overall trigger length. Even recoil guide enhanced by smoothing of legs & bullet shaped front as used on Gold Cups. Front strap impact stippled for secure grip. Trigger pull simply exceeds expectations; superb bullseye pistol whereby Giles works were known to produce 5/8" groups at 50 yards from Ransom rest. As superb a pistol as it is, it retains common points such as: standard spur hammer, no beavertail safety, no flare to magwell, standard ejector (not extended) & unaltered ejection port (not flared & lowered). MAGS: 1 Colt 7 rd. electro engraved on side of body "HS 45". CONDITION: very good plus overall appearance w/ very faint beginning thinning at some high points plus sm. area of pitting on left side of slide between legend & muzzle. Light marks on grips. Interior has in the white areas due to fitting plus no evidence of refinishing yet stippled area on front strap is dark; likely from touch up bluing. Great vintage bullseye pistol ready for more target shooting; near excellent bore. PROVENANCE: Collection of Alan Bradley Shepherd. (21-3460/NW). MODERN. $1,200-1,800.

Lot: 1254 - COLT MODEL 1927 ARGENTINE SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 1349. Bbl. 5" numbered 9024 on top plus "RA" in oval (Argentine inspector mark; also on top of frame by disconnector along w/ Colt "G") on left leg. Mfg. by Colt for Argentina (S# 1-10000) w/ unusual feature of "VP" proof stamped by upper left grip screw bushing along w/ 2 digit assembler #; S# stamped on flat under mainspring housing rather than right side of frame. Colt slide w/ rampant Colt in front of left cocking grooves plus w/ Argentine crest & related markings on right side. Top of slide numbered 9024 (matches bbl.). Correct Type 3 coarse checkered arched mainspring housing w/ lanyard loop, fully checkered walnut grips & Colt Type C border checkered hammer. MAGS: 1 good Ridson 7 rd. CONDITION: very good refinished frame w/ wear spot under dust cover. Good plus appearing slide w/ light marks & high point wear. Good grips w/ coarse checkering on left & fine checkering on right. Near excellent bore. Multi leaf spring under backstrap w/ brazed repair. (21-3715/NW). CURIO. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1255 - LIGHTLY ACCESSORIZED COLT SERIES 80 45 ACP GOLD

CUP NATIONAL MATCH. Cal. 45 ACP. S# FN02195. Bbl. 5”. Series 80 Gold Cut National Match. Blued finish on frame & slide. Fixed blade front sight & adj. rear target sight. Extended beaver tail. Serrated slide. Skeletonized trigger. Extended slide release. Extended ambidextrous safety. 2 piece wooden wrap around grips w/ finger grooves. Slightly beveled magwell. MAGS: 1-7 rd. Colt. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: generic gun rug. CONDITION: finish on frame & slide complete & consistent w/ wear at areas of mechanical intervention. Finish wear at muzzle from contact w/ bushing. Grips illustrate a few light impressions. Shiny bore w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3931/JZ). MODERN. $900-1,200.

Lot: 1256 - COLT GOVERNMENT MODEL SERIES 70 O MODEL O1911C

SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. S# GV010686. National Match 5" bbl. Blued slide & frame w/ Classic style checkered hardwood dbl. diamond grips. Drift adj. rear sight w/ fixed front blade. Left side controls. MAGS: 1-7 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: lockable Colt blue transport box w/ gunlock & manual. CONDITION: all outward appearances indicate as new. PROVENANCE: Collection of Alan Bradley Shepherd. (21-3450/JZ). MODERN. $700-1,100.

Lot: 1257 - BLUED COLT COMBAT COMMANDER 45 ACP PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 70BS81938. Bbl. 4". Bright blue factory finish on exposed metal surfaces w/ trademark Colt wooden checkered grips w/ gold medallions. Serrated slide. Fixed blade front sight. Drift adj. rear sight. Left side controls, including safety, slide release & mag. release. MAGS: 1 factory 7 rd. CONDITION: the vast majority of factory finish is retained though some thinning apparent on high spots & of areas of mechanical intervention. Grips are surprisingly devoid of any visible imperfections aside from some light staining. Gold medallions are dark, but appear to be correct. Good bore w/ decent rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1752/JZ). MODERN. $600-800.

Lot: 1258 - COLT COMMANDER LIGHTWEIGHT SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 2906-LW. Bbl. 4 1/4". Blued slide w/ serrated ramp front sight & added white outline square notch adj. rear sight. Natural finished alloy frame. Rounded spur hammer. 1 Piece checkered rubber Crimson Trace laser grip. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. CONDITION: slide retains 70% dull blue showing edge wear & spots of light pitting w/ evidence of cold blue touch up. Frame shows sm. dents & handling marks. Grips light properly. Bore shows light wear w/ some darkening. (21-2908/DS). MODERN. $400-600.

Lot: 1259 - COLT 22 LR CONVERSION UNIT.

Later production conversion unit having non serrated flat top slide w/ Patridge front sight & Accro adj. rear. Square cut slanted cocking grooves. Complete package including ejector, floating chamber, slide stop, bbl. bushing, recoil spring, bbl. & slide. Installation of unit requires using spring plug of original pistol. 1 Colt marked 10 rd. factory mag. w/ earlier style aluminum follower; matte pinned base. Original 2 piece wood grained box & instructions completes the unit. Unit fits Colt Government & Gold Cup models in 45 ACP & 38 Super; not 9mm due to ejector profile. CONDITION: all aspects of entire set are near excellent including box. (02-15617/NW). NON-GUN. $400-600.

Lot: 1260 - COLT JUNIOR SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 22 Short. S# 58830CC. Bbl. 2 1/4". Serrated ring hammer & bright finished trigger. Black anodized finish. 2 Piece checkered walnut grips w/ silver Rampant Colt medallions. Mfg. in Spain. MAGS: 1-6 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 2 piece red box w/ matching label containing instruction manual. CONDITION: near new in box w/ bright near excellent bore. (21-3167/DS). MODERN. $400-600.

Lot: 1261 - BRAVERMAN STINGER SINGLE SHOT PEN GUN PISTOL.

Cal. 22 LR. S# B003617. Bbl. 2". Extremely unique example of firearms ingenuity mfg. in 1990's at Meredith NH. Most firearms similar to Stinger are classified as AOW (Any Other Weapon) being subject to NFA regulations & taxes. Pen guns are prime example of AOW; Braverman's ingenious design allows purchase to proceed like any traditional pistol making them extremely desirable. Because Stinger must be positioned w/ bbl. at 80 degree angle to body, it is not considered an AOW; standard pistol. Stainless steel w/ knurled bbl. ring & swiveling safety plus convenient pocket clip. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory black nylon carry case w/ Velcro closing, belt loop & leather factory label on flap. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent including bore. (21-3325/NW). MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1262 - WILSON COMBAT MODEL KZ-45 SA SEMI AUTO

PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. S# WCP001569. Bbl. 5" stainless steel. Black finished alloy slide w/ slotted muzzle break. Steel reinforced polymer frame w/ integral grips. 3 Dot sights. Skeletonized trigger. Target style hammer & high rise beavertail grip safety. Extended tactical thumb safety. MAGS: 4 detachable 10 rd. mags. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: MTM black molded case containing extra mags. CONDITION: slide shows edge & carry wear. Bright bore w/ sharp rifling. (21-608/DS). MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1263 - SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1911-A1 SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# NM 30005. Bbl.5". Mfg. Jan. 30, 1987 as Standard Model w/ parkerized finish per S.A. verification. Presently has matte black finish throughout w/ appearance of being Cerakoted. Notable features are 3 dot high profile sight set, skeletonized trigger w/ over travel stop, extended mag. release, grooved arched mainspring housing w/ lanyard loop, beavertail grip safety w/ memory pad, narrowed & skeletonized hammer, black double diamond checkered rubber grips w/ integral right side laser by Lasergrips plus extended slide stop & thumb safety. MAGS: 1 near excellent military contract 7 rd. CONDITION: appearance of slight leading in bore; all other aspects near excellent. (21-1460/NW). MODERN. $450-600.

Lot: 1264 - RANDALL GEN CURTIS E LeMAY SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# RF03080C. Bbl. 4 1/4". Mfg. 1984. Factory designated Model A331 indicating right handed (A), LeMay Model (3), flat top slide w/ adj. sights (3) & 45 cal. (1). Design influenced by LeMay who started & influenced Air Force Marksmanship Unit. He tried to get Colt to produce this design, but they would not. His personal friend (Arthur Hanke) was design engineer at Randall which led to Randall producing his design. Randall produced many stainless examples but only LeMay model had checkered squared trigger guard. Other features of model include: full length guide rod, long trigger w/ over travel stop, throated bbl., polished feed ramp, lowered ejection port, flared magwell, smooth flat mainspring housing, Commander style hammer, beavertail grip safety, extended slide stop & extended thumb safety. Flat topped slide similar to Gold Cup but w/out serrations; blued serrated blade front sight & Millett adj. rear melted into slide. All edge finishes are matte w/ sides having milled finish plus LeMay designation on right side of slide. Basic design is Officer's Model frame mated to Commander slide. While Colt refused his input they saw the merits of Randall & went on to produce Officer's Model plus its variants. MAGS: 1 factory 6 rd. w/ curved finger extension. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Randall pistol rug; Common shipment method as boxes were seldom used. Manual, warranty booklet & sample of RIG stainless lube. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent; collector quality including bore. (21-3296/NW). MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1265 - RANDALL SERVICE MODEL - C SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# RF0002439C. Bbl. 4 1/4". Mfg. 1983-1984; 922 units. Factory designated Model A211 indicating right handed (A), Service Model-C (2), rnd. top slide w/ fixed sights (1) & 45 cal. (1). Features include: full length guide rod, short trigger w/ over travel stop, throated bbl., polished feed ramp, lowered ejection port, slightly flared magwell, arched grooved mainspring housing, Commander style hammer, short tang grip safety, standard slide stop & extended thumb safety. Rnd. top slide; blued serrated blade front sight & drift adj. rear. All edge finishes are matte w/ sides having milled finish plus SERVICE MODEL-C designation on right side of slide. Basic design is stainless Commander. Fully checkered walnut grips w/ stainless screws. MAGS: 1 factory 7 rd. having rnd. top follower. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory box & shipping sleeve; complete w/ paperwork & RIG sample of stainless lube. Wilson Combat package for extended slide release having release, beavertail grip safety & long aluminum trigger w/ over travel stop. CONDITION: light internal firing residue; all other aspects near excellent including bore. (21-3298/NW). MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1266 - RANDALL SERVICE MODEL SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# RF08720C. Bbl. 5". Mfg. 1983-1984; 2,083 units. Factory designated Model A131 indicating right handed (A), Service Model (1), flat top slide w/ adj. sights (3) & 45 cal. (1). Features include: full length guide rod, long trigger w/ over travel stop, throated bbl., polished feed ramp, lowered ejection port, slightly flared magwell, arched grooved mainspring housing, checkered spur hammer, beavertail grip safety plus extended slide stop & thumb safety. Blued blade front sight & Millett adj. rear. All edge finishes are matte w/ sides having milled finish plus SERVICE MODEL designation on right side of slide. Basic design is stainless Gold Cup. Fully checkered walnut grips w/ stainless screws. MAGS: 1 factory 7 rd. having rnd. top follower. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory box & shipping sleeve; complete w/ paperwork & RIG sample of stainless lube. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent including bore; appears new. (21-3297/NW). MODERN. $750-1,000.

Lot: 1267 - STI DUTY ONE SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 11-02495. Bbl. 5". Matte black finished on exposed metal surfaces. Dbl. serrated slide. Skeletonized hammer & trigger. Checkered front & back strap. Extended beavertail safety. Fiber optic front sight. Trijicon RM04 sight mounted in rear dovetail. Ambidextrous safety. Recoilmaster guide rod. MAGS: 2-8 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: STI lockable transport case. Case contains original sights w/ installation tools, paperwork & fired casing. CONDITION: finish coverage on exposed metal surfaces is complete & consistent. Grips are free of any noticeable blemishing. Trijicon sight appears to function correctly. Action & trigger are extremely smooth. Bore is shiny w/ good rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. PROVENANCE: Collection of Alan Bradley Shepherd. (21-3453/JZ). MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1268 - DETONICS COMBATMASTER MK VI SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# CR20724. Bbl. 3 1/2" bushingless w/ recessed crown. Limited production stainless model mfg. in Bellevue WA. Flat top slide w/ adj. blued rear sight; integral to slide front. Matte finished w/ bright sides of slide & controls. Fully checkered walnut grips on short frame plus checkered rubber flat mainspring housing; appears made by Pachmayr. Full length guide rod, throated bbl., polished feed ramp, beveled magwell plus noticeably lowered & flared ejection port. Detonics was pioneer of compact powerful semi auto pistols. MAGS: 1 factory 6 rd. marked stainless w/ rnd. top follower & fully loaded indicator. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original box & packaging to include: superb test target & extra blades w/ allen wrench for rear sight adjustment. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent including bore; test fired appearance. (21-3306/NW). MODERN. $650-900.

Lot: 1269 - PAIR OF EARLY BELGIAN BROWNING 22LR PISTOLS.

1) Cal. 22 LR. S# 88136T7. Bbl. 5 7/8". An early model International Medalist mfg. in 1967. Blued finish, rnd. bull bbl. w/ vent rib & target sights. Fully serrated slide & wide target trigger w/ gold accent. Right hand stippled target hardwood grips w/ thumb shelf. Triggerguard possesses “AKah” stamp indicating Albrecht Kind GmbH import/proof mark. Also possesses United States import mark under grips: “HERITAGE ARMS NAPLES, FL”. Left side slide lock & safety. Bottom mag. release. MAGS: 1-10 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original German owners manual, notes & fitted hard shell lockable briefcase. CONDITION: original blued finish is complete & consistent w/ thinning only at areas of mechanical intervention. Wood grips are free of noticeable blemishing. Trigger is smooth & crisp. Bore is shiny w/ gentle rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3827/JZ). 2) Cal. 22 LR. S# 91371P7. Bbl. 4 1/2". Blued steel frame & bbl. Target blade front sight & adj. rear sight. Black plastic grips w/ Browning insignia. Left side safety & bottom mag. release. Fully serrated slide. These guns were mfg. from 1961-1974 by FN, this particular example being mfg. in 1967. MAGS: 1-10 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: period correct Nomad owner’s manual & a Browning gun rug. CONDITION: all outward appearances illustrate little use & exemplary care Bluing is complete & consistent on all exposed metal surfaces aside from a light thinning on the receiver rails below the slide from mechanical intervention. Shiny bore w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3828/JZ). BOTH CURIO. $1,200-1,700.

Lot: 1270 - GRENDEL MODEL P-30 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 22 Mag. S# 07516. Bbl. 5" plus muzzle brake. Mfg. 1990-1995 w/ polymer frame having ambidextrous safety plus cocking sleeve on slide. Fixed polymer sights; front dovetailed for windage adjustment. MAGS: 1 polymer 30 rd. CONDITION: very good overall appearance w/ light finish loss on bbl. shroud, assembly screws & muzzle brake. Balance of pistol near excellent including bore. (21-2678/NW). MODERN. $300-400.

Lot: 1271 - HIGH STANDARD / GILES SUPERMATIC CITATION MILITARY

SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 22 LR. S# 2488588. Bbl. 6 3/4". Mfg. 1975 (1968-1981) w/ 5 1/2" bull or 7 1/4" fluted bbls. Present bbl. is custom bbl. installed by gunsmith or shortened & altered 7" Citation II bbl. John Giles was well known custom gunsmith of Odessa FL. who created fantastic target pistols from 1950s to early 1990s & usually used factory bbls. This bbl. has been slab sided w/ rear to front increasing width to give muzzle heavy weight desired by target shooters; this taper gives gentle change to bbl. side flats; wider at rear. Serrated topped VR of Giles mfg. incorporating HS style front sight slot plus extending over slide; retained by Patridge front sight assembly & 1 screw over chamber. Standard slide w/ rear portion lowered to clear normal saddle mounted rear sight that has been removed. HS checkered walnut grips w/ RH thumbrest. Gold colored trigger, safety & mag. release. Takedown plunger has .060" vertical slot having rubber insert; insert purpose unknown. 107 Series w/ "MILITARY" on right side of frame above trigger & "SUPERMATIC CITATION" on left; no bbl. markings. Fine enhancements to an already great target pistol by superb gunsmith. MAGS: 1 Factory 10 rd. w/ red plastic base. CONDITION: very good appearance w/ some occasional light marks throughout mixed w/ high point thinning. Stained appearance on trigger & part of mag. release but not safety. Very good grips w/ slight marks in thumb recess. Near excellent bore. PROVENANCE: Collection of Alan Bradley Shepherd. (21-3459/NW). MODERN. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1272 - HECKLER & KOCH MODEL P7 PSP SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mmx19 (9mm Luger). S# 32627. Bbl. 4 1/8". Mfg. 1981 w/ grooved hooked trigger guard w/out heat shield. Squeeze cocking pistol w/ mag release at butt & matching numbered slide. Textured HK P7 logo black plastic grips that leave mag. base exposed. Grooved rib on slide w/ dovetailed 3 dot sights. Made in West Germany w/ HK Arlington VA mark on right front of slide. PSP model discontinued 1986. MAGS: 3 factory 8 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory box numbered 82476. CONDITION: very good plus overall appearance w/ slight occasional thinning from operation along w/ faint thinning on high points of slide. Near excellent bore & grips. (21-2834/NW). MODERN. $1,200-1,700.

Lot: 1273 - HECKLER & KOCH MODEL P7 PSP SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mmx19 (9mm Luger). S# 69658. Bbl. 4 1/8". Mfg. 11/85 w/ grooved hooked trigger guard w/out heat shield. Squeeze cocking pistol w/ mag release at butt & matching numbered slide. Textured HK P7 logo black plastic grips that extend to cover mag. base. Grooved rib on slide w/ dovetailed 3 dot sights. Made in West Germany w/ HK Trussville AL mark on left front of frame. User warning marks on bottom of trigger guard. PSP model discontinued 1986. MAGS: 2 factory 8 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: matching numbered factory box w/ cleaning rod. CONDITION: very good plus overall appearance w/ slight occasional thinning on high points of slide. Near excellent bore & grips. (21-2835/NW). MODERN. $1,200-1,700.

Lot: 1274 - HECKLER & KOCH MODEL P7 PSP SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mmx19 (9mm Luger). S# 69951. Bbl. 4 1/8". Mfg. 11/85 w/ grooved hooked trigger guard w/out heat shield. Squeeze cocking pistol w/ mag release at butt & matching numbered slide. Textured HK P7 logo black plastic grips that extend to cover mag. base. Grooved rib on slide w/ dovetailed 3 dot sights. Made in West Germany w/ HK Trussville AL mark on left front of frame. User warning marks on bottom of trigger guard. PSP model discontinued 1986. MAGS: 2 factory 8 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: matching numbered factory box. CONDITION: very good plus overall appearance w/ slight thinning on high points of slide near muzzle. Near excellent bore & grips. (21-2836/NW). MODERN. $1,200-1,700.

Lot: 1275 - 2 EUROPEAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS.

1) LUCNIK MODEL P-83. Cal. 9x18 (9mm Makarov). S# ZU08545. Bbl. 3.6". Mfg. 1991 in Poland. Matching numbered slide having raised rib w/ dovetailed rear sight; fixed front. Horizontally grooved plastic grips. DA functioning w/ slide mounted safety. PW Arms marked slide. MAGS: 1 Matching numbered 8 rd. CONDITION: overall appearance very good to near excellent w/ near excellent grips & bore. (21-1732/NW). MODERN. 2) CZ MODEL 52. Cal. 7.62x25. S# A 4014. Bbl. 4.9". Mfg. 1953 w/ matte finish & horizontally grooved brown plastic grips. Frame has CAI import marks plus "VOZ 70". Import compliant, thumb mounted safety. MAGS: 2 factory 8 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: very good cordovan brown flap holster w/ cleaning rod; no markings. CONDITION: very faint high point thinning on slide; all other aspects near excellent including bore. (21-1789/NW). CURIO. $450-600.

Lot: 1276 - MAGNUM RESEARCH MR1911 GSS SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# G023875. Bbl. 5". GSS Model MR 1911. Dbl. serrated slide. w/ skeletonized hammer & adj. trigger. Aggressive G10 grips. Checkered front & back straps w/ extended beavertail safety. Full length guide rod. Matte finished stainless frame & slide. Drift adj. sights front & rear. Gently beveled magwell. MAGS: 2-8 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Magnum Research case containing gun sock, gun lock & paperwork. CONDITION: all outward appearances indicate extremely low use if any at all. Shiny bore w/ strong rifling. PROVENANCE: Collection of Alan Bradley Shepherd. (21-3455/JZ). MODERN. $500-800.

Lot: 1277 - MANURHIN 22LR MODEL PPK/S SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 22 LR. S# 964513. Bbl. 4" extending beyond slide & threaded for suppressor. Slide marked "MANURHIN / INTERNATIONAL / ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA". Frame by S# marked "ODIN ALEX VA". References state Odin imported from 1950s to 1980s. Heavy black checkered Walther banner grips have appearance of reproductions. Left side under frame stamped "82" plus port area of slide has barely visible stamping that appears was "22LR". MAGS: 2 near excellent 10 rd. w/ flat push button bases. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Near excellent checkered striped hardwood grips. CONDITION: protruding portion of bbl. exhibits finish loss & function wear plus light hand wear to grips; balance of pistol appears near excellent yet frame has been refinished; slide is original finish. Near excellent bore. (21-2848/NW). MODERN. $450-600.

Lot: 1278 - CUSTOMIZED NORINCO 1911 A1 45 ACP PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# 501777. Bbl. 5". A highly modified & custom Norinco 1911A1 pistol. Matte black finish on slide w/ dark blue finish on frame. Serrated slide w/ blade front sight & drift adj. rear sight, high visibility 3 dot system. Wilson combat muzzle compensator. Full length guide rod. Custom trigger. Extended mag. release. Extended thumb safety. Beveled magwell insert. Pachmayr “Gripper” grips w/ gold Colt medallions. MAGS: 4 Shaw. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Doskocil hard case, extra recoil spring, cleaning brush & rod. CONDITION: finish on frame & slide are complete & consistent w/ thinning in areas of mechanical intervention. Finish thin on the compensator. One of the 4 mags. does not release properly. Shiny bore w/ decent rifling. Crisp trigger. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3863/JZ). MODERN. $400-600.

Lot: 1279 - REMINGTON MODEL 51 SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 32 ACP. S# PA65457. Bbl. 3 1/2". Mfg. 1918-1926 (65,000 units in 32 ACP & 380 ACP; most common) w/ blued finish & logo black checkered hard rubber grips. Pedersen design having thumb, grip & mag. safeties. Serrated flat topped slide w/ Remington legend & integral sights. Left front of trigger guard stamped "LN"; right front w/ sunburst. MAGS: 1 good factory 7 rd. CONDITION: light pitting on right side of slide just forward of ejection port & slight patina appearance at rear of slide; all other aspects near excellent including grips & bore. (21-3319/NW). CURIO. $450-600.

Lot: 1280 - 2 REMINGTON MODEL 51 SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS.

BOTH: bbls. 3 1/2". Mfg. 1918-1926; approx. 65,000 pistols w/ 380 ACP most common. Blued w/ Remington logo checkered hard rubber grips. Designed by Pedersen & incorporates lever, grip & mag. safeties. Serrated flat topped slides w/ Remington legend plus integral fixed sights. MAGS: 2 good factory 7 rd.; 32 ACP & 380 ACP. 1) Cal. 380 ACP. S# PA914. CONDITION: good overall appearance w/ light high point wear & scattered light oxidation throughout. Bbl. exterior has gray patina appearance. Very good grips w/ light diamond top wear. Good plus bore w/ even light frosting. (21-3260/NW). 2) Cal. 32 ACP. S# PA92502. CONDITION: very good plus appearance w/ very faint hint of patina in grip area. Very good grips w/ light occasional diamond top wear. Near excellent bore. (21-3261/NW). BOTH CURIO. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1281 - AMT HARDBALLER SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# A12530. Bar Sto 5" replacement bbl. Stainless steel variant of the popular 1911 family of firearms. Matte finished frame w/ serrated satin slide. Windage & elevation adj. Micro rear sight. Extended polished slide release. Extended beavertail safety. Skeletonized trigger. Pachmayr Gripper wrap around grips. MAGS: 1-8 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 22 LR conversion kit by KART Sporting Arms Crop of Riverhead, NY. Assembly consists of 2 piece slide assembly & 2 detachable 10 rd. mags. Upper portion of slide includes bbl., bushing & guide rod feature Patridge front sight & KART adj. rear sight along grooved rib. Lower portion of slide marked on left side "22 LR" retains recoil spring while featuring front & rear serrations. Blue finished assembly w/ polished sides, matte top & bottom. Assembly has very good appearance w/ light handling marks on edges & scattered sm. scratches. Shiny bore w/ distinct rifling. KART 22 LR assembly, when installed on AMT frame, appears to function correctly cycled by hand. CONDITION: frame has some thinning on high spots & in areas of mechanical intervention. Shiny bore w/ well pronounced rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function properly when cycled by hand. (21-3427/JZ). MODERN. $600-1,000.

Lot: 1282 - PARA ORDNANCE / COLT SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# PG009600. Bbl. 4 1/4"; lightly throated w/ corresponding lightly polished feed ramp. Mfg. in Canada & distributed by Para of Ft. Lauderdale. Matte black alloy frame having grooved front strap, arched grooved mainspring housing w/ lanyard loop, frame fitted beavertail grip safety, extended paddle style thumb safety, pebble grained black synthetic grips, short grooved synthetic trigger, skeletonized hammer & standard checkered slide stop. Colt marked Commander sized matte black late production commercial slide w/ military style sights of sm. blade at front & dovetailed U notch rear sight. Bbl. marked "45 COLT" & w/ full length guide rod. MAGS: 1 made in Canada factory 14 rd. w/ spring clip base. CONDITION: sm. mark near top of mainspring housing plus bottom rear of hammer relieved to be compatible w/ beavertail safety. Slight aluminum appearance in area where frame was radiused to fit beavertail safety. Function wear on bbl. exterior. Slide sits slightly forward of frame as result of bbl. lug fitting. Overall very good to excellent appearance w/ near excellent bore. (21-2830/NW). MODERN. $550-750.

Lot: 1283 - SINGLE SHOT ORDNANCE TECHNOLOGY 243 SSP-86 PISTOL.

Cal. 243 Win. S# 2736. Bbl. 14". This single shot pistol mfg. in Stetson, ME in the early 1980s would eventually lead to the Magnum Research Lone Eagle single shot pistol line. Dark black parkerized finish on exposed metal surfaces & composite pistol grip. Blade style front sight w/ windage & elevation adj. Williams rear sight. 7" Weaver rail currently sporting Tasco Red dot sight. Left side cocking lever & cross slide safety. CONDITION: original finish is heavily intact, consistent & complete. Breech loading mechanism locks tight & cross slide safety engages positively. Grip frame free of any visible defect. Shiny bore w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1768/JZ). MODERN. $300-500.

Lot: 1284 - DAN WESSON ARMS MODEL 22 REVOLVER.

Cal. 22 LR. S# 20263. Bbl. 8" full lug, VR. Mfg. prior to 1990 as indicated by company name & Monson, MA.. address. Due to bbl. interchangeability & headspace adjustment, these revolvers were very popular for rimfire silhouette competition & known for their superior accuracy. DA functioning w/ trigger over travel stop. Pachmayr Signature checkered rubber grips. CONDITION: very faint cyl. turn line & slight firing residue. Missing interchangeable front sight blade. All other aspects near excellent including bore. (21-2633/NW). MODERN. $450-600.

Lot: 1285 - 2 AMERICAN PISTOLS

1) RUGER 9E DOUBLE STACK 9MM. Cal. 9x19. S# 335-47200. Bbl. 4". Polymer frame high-capacity carry pistol from Ruger. Features serrated slide, 3-dot drift adj. sights, factory stippling on grip. Ambidextrous safety & mag. release. Ruger specific accessory rail below bbl. in front of trigger guard. All exposed surfaces finished dark black aside from stainless bbl. MAGS: 1 factory 17 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory box. CONDITION: clean bore w/ good rifling. Overall impression is that firearm has seen very little use. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1729/JZ). 2) COLT MODEL 2000 ALL AMERICAN SEMI-AUTO. Cal. 9mm Luger. S# PF17501. Bbl. 4 1/2" w/ innovative rotating locking lugs similar to M16. Mfg. 1991-1993; manufacturing difficulties forced discontinuance at which time tooling & design were returned to Reed Knight. Matte steel slide & polymer frame having checkered grip straps & front of trigger guard. Trigger functions DAO. 3 Dot sight set & lg. easy to use slide release directly above grip rather than forward. Separate screw attached black polymer checkered grips w/ silver Colt medallions. Internal striker block safety. MAGS: 1 factory 15 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: blue Colt 2000 plastic case w/ manual. CONDITION: numerous light finish marks along w/ thinning at high points. Near excellent frame, grips & bore. (21-1730/NW). BOTH MODERN. $650-1,000.

Lot: 1286 - 3 RUGER HANDGUNS; 22/45 TARGET, LCR & LCP.

1) 22/45 TARGET. Cal. 22 LR. S# 225-22934. Bbl. 4" bull w/ screw attached hooked front sight & factory adj. rear on receiver. Mfg. 2002 w/ catalog #P4 & model #00189. Blued w/ silver trigger plus 1 piece polymer frame having horizontal serrations & Ruger markings in grip area. MAGS: 2 factory 10 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: matching factory gray plastic case. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent including bore; appears new retaining gray final inspection sticker on frame. (21-3258/NW). 2) LCR. Cal. 38 Spl.+P. S# 540-18877. Bbl. 1 7/8" w/ Trijicon white outline night sight plus frame notched rear. Mfg. 2009 w/ catalog #05401. Pebble grained, finger grooved, rubber monogrip; unmarked but made by Hogue. Compact light weight rev. functioning DAO w/ shrouded hammer, push button cyl. release & innovative lightening cuts around chambers. Stainless smooth faced trigger. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: unmarked factory box w/ packaging to include LCR zippered pouch & 3 internal lock keys. CONDITION: very good to excellent overall appearance w/ faint cyl. turn line. Near excellent bore & grips having appearance of test fired only. (21-3268/NW). 3) LCR. Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 320-49114. Bbl. 3 1/8". Mfg. 2011 w/ model #03200. Compact hammer fired polymer framed pistol w/ checkered grip straps & integral logo grip panels. Thumb safety & loaded chamber indicator. Dovetailed 3 dot sight set; windage adj. rear. MAGS: 1 factory 7 rd. w/ finger extension. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: matching numbered factory box & 4 internal lock keys. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent including bore; appears test fired only retaining purple final inspection sticker on frame. (21-3269/NW). ALL MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1287 - 3 RUGER LCP PISTOLS.

1) SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 380 ACP. S# 374-64181. Bbl. 2 3/4". Mfg. started 2008. Hammer ignition & all black finish. MAGS: 1 factory 6 rd. w/ finger extension. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Uncle Mike's Sidekick nylon holster. CONDITION: very good overall w/ light slide high point wear along w/ stained appearance. Near excellent frame & bore. (21-1736/NW). 2) 380 AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 380 ACP. S# 374-57466. Bbl. 2 1/2". Lightweight, compact .380 Ruger LCP carry pistol. Dark black finish on all exposed finishes. Polymer receiver w/ factory checkering. Left side mag. release. Extended mag. shelf. Fixed notch sights. MAGS: 2 factory 6 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory box & Ruger gun rug. CONDITION: all outward appearances indicate extremely low use w/ finish wear only in areas of mechanical intervention. Decent bore w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1740/JZ). 3) DAO .380 PISTOL. Cal. 380. S# 371-76935. Bbl. 2 1/2". Compact polymer frame. Dbl. action only carry piece w/ 6 shot capacity. Lightly serrated slide w/ 6 notch sights. Left side mag. release. Hogue rubber slip on grip. Dark black finish. MAGS: 1-6 rd. CONDITION: finish wear is consistent w/ concealed carry thinning. Bore is shiny w/ strong rifling & fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1751/JZ). ALL MODERN. $600-900.

Lot: 1288 - 2 SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS; S&W 469 PLUS HI POINT C9.

BOTH: cal. 9mm Luger. 1) SMITH & WESSON MODEL 469. S# TAB3642. Bbl. 3 1/2". Mfg. 1983-1988 w/ matte alloy frame & blued slide having ambidextrous safety. Fixed bar front sight & dovetailed white outlined rear. Grooved front strap plus checkered backstrap & hooked trigger guard. DA functioning w/ bobbed hammer. Thin pebble grain black plastic grips w/ S&W logos. MAGS: 1 factory 12 rd. w/ finger extension. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent including bore & grips. (21-1742/NW). 2) HI POINT MODEL C9. S# P1839747. Bbl. 3 1/2". Mfg. after 1994 w/ polymer frame having finger grooved pebble grained logo grips. Recent updates to include: mag. safety, hooked trigger guard & bar dot sight set w/ adj. rear. Matte black powder coated slide plus thumb safety. MAGS: 1 Factory 8 rd. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent w/ unfired appearance. (21-1783/NW). BOTH MODERN. $450-600.

Lot: 1289 - 2 STAINLESS COMPACT 45 ACP SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS.

BOTH: Cal. 45 ACP. 1) S&W MODEL 4516-1. S# TED7899. Bbl. 3 3/4". Mfg. 1990-1997 as compact variation of Model 4506. 3 Dot dovetailed sights w/ Novak style windage adj. rear. DA functioning w/ bobbed hammer, ambidextrous slide mounted safety /decocker, grooved front strap, checkered front of trigger guard & thin checkered black synthetic grip. MAGS: 1 factory 7 rd. CONDITION: very good general appearance w/ numerous light handling marks throughout. Near excellent bore. (21-2573/NW). 2) PARA-ORDNANCE MODEL P10.45. S# QM 1841. Bbl. 3" of bushingless design. Mfg. 1997-2002 w/ stainless steel frame having grooved front strap. 3 Dot sight set w/ drift adj. rear. Features include: memory pad on grip safety, Commander style hammer, flared & lowered ejection port, checkered synthetic flat mainspring housing, medium length black synthetic trigger, Para logo thin checkered synthetic grips & shortened trademark wide high capacity frame. MAGS: 1 factory 10 rd. w/ Pearce finger extension; missing internal metal base so snap latch slightly distorted. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent including bore. (21-2574/NW). BOTH MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1290 - 2 SMITH & WESSON M&P SEMI AUTO PISTOLS.

1) 45 SHIELD. Cal. 45 ACP. S# HXE3534. Bbl. 3". Aggressive serrations on slide. Drift adj. 3 dot sighting system. Stippled pistol grip. Left hand controls. Polymer frame. Matte black finish throughout. MAGS: 2-7 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory box & paperwork. CONDITION: outward appearances indicate light usage w/ no major finish degradations. Good bore w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3762/JZ). 2) 9 SHIELD. Cal. 9mm. S# HLH3296. Bbl. 3". Polymer frame striker fired compact carry option from S&W. These popular pistols have an extremely sm. footprint & still allow capacity of 9 rds. Left side controls. 3 Dot drift adj. sights. Serrated slide. Textured grip. Dark matte black finish throughout. MAGS: 2-8 rd. & 1-7 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory box w/ factory paperwork & gun lock. CONDITION: exterior finish on all exposed metal surfaces still retain factory quality. A very gentle thinning on bbl. due to mechanical interaction w/ slide indicating a very low rd. count. Shiny bore w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function when cycled by hand. (21-3764/JZ). BOTH MODERN. $600-950.

Lot: 1291 - 3 SMITH & WESSON PISTOLS.

1) M&P40 POLYMER. Cal. 40 S&W. S# HBC1320. Bbl. 4 1/4". A 40 S&W variant of the popular M&P pistol line featuring a polymer lower, adj. grip panels, ambidextrous slide release, serrated slide & drift adj. 3 dot sights. Factory accessory rail below bbl. in front of trigger guard. Dark black finish on all exposed surfaces. MAGS: 2 factory 15 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory blue storage shipping box. CONDITION: finish enjoys complete & consistent coverage w/ only noticeable thinning in areas of mechanical intervention. Clean bore w/ good rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1725/JZ). 2) HIGH-CAPACITY 459 9MM. Cal. 9mm. S# A729996. Bbl. 4". Traditional dbl. action 9mm pistol. Factory blue/black finish w/ serrated slide & left side safety/decocker. Blade style front sight w/ adj. rear sight. Left side controls. Rnd. trigger guard. Black checkered nylon stocks. Lanyard loop. MAGS: 1-14 rd. CONDITION: factory finish thinning in areas that coincide w/ use & storage as well as spots of mechanical intervention. Plastic stocks exhibit light scratching though nothing beyond aesthetic in appearance. Shiny bore w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1734/JZ). 3) EARLY MODEL 4006 TDA STAINLESS. Cal. 40 S&W. S# TVD2252. Bbl. 4". Stainless slide & receiver serrated w/ drift adj. blade front sight & adj. rear sight. TDA action w/ ambidextrous safety/decocker. Left side controls. Factory checkered mag. well front strap. Black plastic checkered grips. MAGS: 1-11 rd. CONDITION: finish on external metal surfaces illustrates shiny portions typically earned by holster wear. Decent bore w/ good rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1764/JZ). ALL MODERN. $750-1,250.

Lot: 1292 - SMITH & WESSON 8 SHOT TDA ALLOY 9MM PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm. S# A817655. Bbl. 4". Alloy frame w/ desirable nickel finish & classic S&W checkered wooden grips. Fixed blade front sight w/ drift adj. rear sight. Serrated slide w/ left side safety/decocker. Left side controls. Checkered backstrap & lanyard loop. These pistols were mfg. from 1981 to 1988 & the nickel finish was discontinued in 1986. MAGS: 1 factory 8 rd. CONDITION: nickel finish on exposed metal surfaces still retains the gold toned luster the early Smith & Wessons were known for. With a proper cleaning, it could be a show piece. Walnut grips illustrate a few scratches & impressions but checkering is still sharp & crisp & medallions are present. Strong bore w/ good rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1787/JZ). MODERN. $275-475.

Lot: 1293 - SIG ARMS P220 TDA 45 ACP PISTOL WITH DECOCKER.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# G295965. Bbl. 4.4". Traditional dbl. action semi-automatic pistol w/ left side decocker. Factory 3 dot night sights. Left side American style mag. release. Matte black finish on all exposed metal surfaces. Serrated slide. Sig plastic pistol grips. MAGS: 2 factory 7 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: lockable plastic factory transport box, spare spring, factory owners manual. CONDITION: finish coverage is complete & consistent though thinning on high spots & areas of mechanical intervention. Top of slide & bbl. exterior have thinning finish typically illustrating normal use. Bore is bright w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3817/JZ). MODERN. $400-600.

Lot: 1294 - 2 MODERN PISTOLS.

1) SIG P238 SAO PISTOL IN 380 ACP. Cal. 380 ACP. S# 27A216334. Bbl. 2 3/4". SIG Ultra Compact carry pistol w/ light weight frame & steel slide. Hi-vis front blade drift adj. sight & two dot drift adj. rear sight. Serrated slide. Single action. Left side controls. Rubber finger groove grips. Matte black finish. MAGS: 1-6 rd. & 1-7rd. w/ grip extension. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: lockable plastic transport case, original mfg. paperwork, gun lock, 1791 leather holster w/ belt clip. CONDITION: as w/ most sm. pistols of this type, it appears to have had little live fire time & spent the majority of time in storage. Finish is complete & consistent; the only real evidence of firing is powder residue below bbl. Bore is shiny w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3763/JZ). 2) STAINLESS STEEL COLT MK IV/SERIES 80 MUSTANG PISTOL. Cal. 380 ACP. S# MU35414. Bbl. 2 3/4". Stainless steel Colt Mustang mfg. between 1990-1997. Fixed blade front sight w/ drift adj. rear sight. Serrated slide. Left side controls. Extremely similar in design to the 1911 in a much smaller package. Black composite grips w/ silver medallions. MAGS: 3-5 shot mags. CONDITION: original finish has staining throughout. Bore is decent w/ well pronounced rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3768/JZ). BOTH MODERN. $600-900.

Lot: 1295 - 2 GERMAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS; SIG P232 & WALTHER P1.

BOTH: mag. releases at rear of butts. 1) SIG SAUER MODEL P232. Cal. 380 ACP. S# S 313 004. Bbl. 3.6". Mfg. 1997-2014 w/ black alloy frame & blued flat topped grooved slide having 3 dot Siglite night sights; standard 2010-2014. Composite pebbled grained factory logo grips. MAGS: 3 factory 7 rd. w/ finger extensions. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory plastic case & packaging. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent including bore; appears test fired only. (21-3538/NW). 2) WALTHER MODEL P1. Cal. 9mm Luger. S# 386249. Bbl. 5" w/ white dot blade front sight & corresponding white square notched rear on dust cover. Mfg. March 1977 w/ black alloy frame & matte finished steel components. Checkered black plastic grips w/ abbreviated RH thumb recess. Right side of slide export marked "GERMANY" plus PW Arms import marked on front strap. Right side of frame by trigger marked "W3.02". Circle dot proofed w/ "Bw" on left side of frame by trigger. Frame has hexagon shaped steel recoil reinforcement. Matching numbered frame, slide & bbl.; unmarked locking block. MAGS: 2 factory Walther banner P1 marked 8 rd.; 1 blued & 1 matte finished. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 1 very good police style black flap holster w/ integral belt provision & edge mounted spare mag. pouch. Gloss finished w/ German marking on back plus stud & strap retention. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent including bore & grips. (21-3539/NW). BOTH MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1296 - SIG SAUER MOSQUITO SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 22 LR. S# F212261. Bbl. 3.98". Matte black finish alloy slide w/ 3 dot sights. Pink polymer frame w/ black molded grips. Features include DA/SA operation w/ ambidextrous safety & decocker. MAGS: 1 detachable 10 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: foam lined molded box containing trigger lock, interchangeable sights, replacement spring & instruction manual. CONDITION: over 98% finish showing slight wear at muzzle. Bright near excellent bore. (21-3496/DS). MODERN. $250-350.

Lot: 1297 - SMITH & WESSON MP9 SHIELD EZ SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm Luger. S# RDZ9295. Bbl. 3 1/2". The latest evolution of the M&P Shield family is the EZ M2.0. Aggressive serrations at 2 points of the slide. Back strap safety. Stippled pistol grip. Dark matte black finish on all exposed metal surfaces. Drift adj. 3 dot sight system. Left side controls. 1.5" Picatinny accessory rail below bbl. MAGS: 2-8 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory box containing paperwork, locks & Uncle Mike's Size 15 holster. CONDITION: outward appearance indicates very little usage or any at all beyond factory testing. Shiny bore w/ aggressive rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3533/JZ). MODERN. $300-500.

Lot: 1298 - STI / ARMSCOR 1911A1-CS SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# S92541. Bbl. 3 1/2". A compact well built 1911 variant largely resembling the Colt Officer's Model. Parkerized finished frame & slide. Branded the Spartan III as imported by STI. Heavy slide serrations. Full length guide rod. Drift adj. 3 dot sight system. Skeletonized hammer & trigger. Extended beavertail safety. Enlarged thumb safety & checkered slide release. Gently beveled magwell. Checkered backstrap. Dbl. diamond checkered hardwood grips w/ STI logo. MAGS: 3-7 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSOIRIES: STI black plastic lockable case w/ manual & Phalanx Defense Systems holster left hand inside waist band. CONDITION: finish on exposed exterior surface remains complete & consistent w/ no noticeable wear or thinning. Hammer has been visited by a gentle patina that appears to have been brought under control. Hardwood grips appear unblemished. Sights have been home painted. Bore is clean w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3860/JZ). MODERN. $400-600.

Lot: 1299 - STOEGER STAINLESS NAVY LUGER SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm Luger. S# N4308. Bbl. 6" w/ serrated faced front sight blade & corresponding notched toggle rear (non adj.). Mfg. by Aimco of Houston, TX. for Stoeger. Very much like original German Luger w/ some minor visual differences; eagle over chamber, pronounced extractor contour, stamped rather then cut metal checkering, stock lug w/out attachment cuts & rear toggle notched for sight like regular toggle rather then 2 position adj. sight of Navy models. "LUGER" on left flat of frame plus Stoeger markings on right side of receiver. Matte stainless w/ sides of frame; receiver, controls & bbl. being polished. Attractive full checkered walnut grips. MAGS: 2 factory stainless 7 rd. w/ unmarked wood bases. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: near excellent; reproduction brown holster having buckle & strap retention, dbl. belt loops (reproduction markings between loops), white stitching, cleaning rod & reproduction loading tool w/ "WaA140" marking. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent including bore; appears new. (21-3540/NW). MODERN. $750-1,000.

Lot: 1300 - TAURUS PT1911 WITH TWO TONE FINISH.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# NBS50738. Bbl. 5" w/ 3 dot sighting system. Dark finish slide & gray finished frame. MAGS: 1-8 rd. mag. CONDITION: fine w/ evidence of limited use. Some high edge wear on slide & a few marks on frame. Bright, shiny bore. Mechanically good. (21-1471/MGM). MODERN. $450-650.

Lot: 1301 - AUTO ORDNANCE 1911 A1 45 ACP US ARMY PISTOL.

Cal. 45 ACP. S# TGM10506. Bbl. 5". All external metal surfaces are parkerized in a similar fashion to an Arsenal refinishing job. Serrated slide. Blade front sight w/ drift adj. rear. Lanyard loop. Brown plastic checkered grips. Left side controls. MAGS: none. CONDITION: external finish coverage is complete, aside from light wear on high spots & at a few areas of mechanical intervention. Good bore w/ decent rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1756/JZ). MODERN. $400-700.

Lot: 1302 - AUTO ORDNANCE 1911A1 US NAVY COMM. SEMI-AUTO

PISTOL. Cal. 45 ACP. S# AOA02621 & USN0892. Bbl. 5". Mfg. 1994 (1991 units) w/ issue price by American Historical Foundation of $1,295. Standard 1911A1 configuration w/ wide spur 1911 style hammer. Gold decorative embellishment on left side of slide to include birth date of Navy as "13 OCT 1775". Pistol finished w/ matte on edges & bright blue on slide plus grip safety. Gold plated hammer, trigger, mag. latch w/ screw, slide stop, thumb safety & grip screws. Smooth oak grips w/ porcelain appearing Navy emblem in each. MAGS: 1 factory 7 rd. w/ rnd. top follower. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: attractive glass topped walnut case w/ commemorative plaque in royal blue shadow line insert plus key. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent appearing new & unfired. (21-2959/NW). MODERN. $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1303 - BERETTA PX4 STORM SUB-COMPACT

SEMI-AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 9mm Luger. S# PZ1381F. Bbl. 3". Introduced 2007 w/ polymer frame allowing interchangeable backstraps. Front of frame w/ finger rest indents plus single slot accessory rail. Slim extended slide stop & replacement ergonomic ambidextrous safety. DA functioning w/ skeletonized hammer. Dovetailed 3 dot sight set. Right side of slide considerably relieved for aid in ejection. Square cut front & rear cocking grooves. MAGS: 1 factory 13 rd. w/ black plastic base. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original ambidextrous safety. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent. (21-1503/NW). MODERN. $350-500.

Lot: 1304 - BERETTA MODEL 92FS SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm Parabellum (9mm Luger). S# BER376383 Z. Bbl. 4.9". Mfg. in USA. Matte black finish w/ ambidextrous slide mounted safety. Grooved grip straps & front of hooked trigger guard. 3 Dot sight set & checkered plastic PB logo grips. MAGS: 1 factory 15 rd. CONDITION: very good overall appearance w/ light high point wear on slide, grip screws & controls. Near excellent grips. Very good bore w/ light firing residue in corners of grooves. (21-2683/NW). MODERN. $400-600.

Lot: 1305 - BERETTA M9A3FS SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm Para. S# B062187Z. Bbl. 5" threaded for 1/2 28 w/ muzzle protector & O ring. A cased pistol package consisting of an ammo can type lockable transport box, spare mags. & grip options in flat dark earth. Lightweight frame w/ 2" picatinny rail for accessory mounting below bbl. Checkered front & back strap. Traditional DA w/ ambidextrous safety/decocker. High rise 3 dot tritium night sights. Extended mag. release. Steel trigger & serrated slide. Beveled mag. well w/ lanyard loop. MAGS: 3 - 17 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: transport box w/ spare set of wrap around rubber grips, spare O rings. CONDITION: finish throughout is complete & consistent lacking signs of normal wear even during light use. Shiny bore w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3429/JZ). MODERN. $600-900.

Lot: 1306 - BERETTA 85FS CHEETAH SEMI-AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9 Short (380 ACP). S# F37140Y. Bbl. 3.8". Mfg. 2002 w/ black matte finish plus checkered PB logo plastic grips. Ambidextrous safety & fixed 2 dot sights. MAGS: 2 factory 8 rd. w/ push button plastic bases. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory plastic case w/ outer shipping sleeve & packaging. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent including bore. (21-2705/NW). MODERN. $350-500.

Lot: 1307 - VERY NICE BERETTA MODEL U22 NEOS STAINLESS POLYMER

TARGET PISTOL. Cal. 22 LR. S# P41143. Bbl. 4 1/2". Stainless bbl. & slide below an 8” Weaver accessory rail offer an interesting contrast to the frame & grips constructed of a super durable fiberglass reinforced technopolymer w/ non-slip inserts. Unlike many accessory rails, the iron target sights are built into the base & completely functional when no optical sight is utilized. A heavily serrated slide makes charging effortless. Left side slide release & ambidextrous safety. Right side mag. release. MAGS: 1-10 rd. factory mag. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: hard shell factory transport case. CONDITION: slide & frame are unblemished w/ only gentle staining internally to illustrate use. Bore is shiny w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3886/JZ). MODERN. $200-300.

Lot: 1308 - 2 BERETTA SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS; 70S & 90TWO.

1) 70S. Cal. 380 ACP. S# A03175Y. Bbl. 3 1/2". Mfg. 1974 & discontinued 1985. Garcia import marked. Checkered logo black plastic grips w/ RH thumbrest. SA functioning w/ thumb safety & drift adj. rear sight. MAGS: 2 factory 9 rd. w/ finger extensions. CONDITION: left front of frame & left side of slide have light pitting; balance of pistol very good to excellent w/ near excellent bore. (21-3256/NW). 2) 90-TWO. Cal. 40 S&W. S# TY01980. Bbl. 4.9" w/ matching S#. Mfg. 2006-2012 as enhanced version of Model 92. Most notable feature is its ergonomic grip w/ various integral grip panels. Incorporates a more snag free profile plus dust cover accessory rail w/ provided cover to keep snag free when not used. Dovetail 3 dot sights w/ drift adj. rear. Same alloy frame construction w/ DA functioning & ambidextrous slide mounted safety. Internal recoil buffer system. Replaced by Model 92A1 & 96A1. Right side of slide & grip marked "90two". MAGS: 2 factory 10 rd. w/ push button bases. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory blue plastic case w/ packaging plus silver shipping sleeve. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent; appears factory test fired only. (21-3267/NW). BOTH MODERN. $650-900.

Lot: 1309 - COLLECTABLE BOBERG XR9-S SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 9mm Luger. S# S01255. Bbl. 3". An early generational example of a fairly new pistol technology. Marketed as a bullpup pistol, the Boberg XR9-S sought to revolutionize the carry gun market by increasing bbl. length to enhance performance w/out increasing the footprint of the gun. These guns employ a mag. style dissimilar to anything previously on the market & employ an elevator similar to that utilized in many pump shotguns. The rnd. after extracted from the mag. during the rearward cycle of the slide is lifted parallel to the bore for chambering. These interesting pistols now considered collectible have been out of production since 2016 & it is unusual to encounter one today. Stainless slide w/ a polymer lower. Drift adj. 3 dot sight system. DAO. Left side mag. release. No external safety of slide lock. MAGS: 2 - 6 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: black plastic lockable factory case w/ paperwork & trigger lock. CONDITION: all outward appearances indicate this firearm has seen very little use or any at all beyond factory test firing. PROVENANCE: Collection of Alan Bradley Shepherd. (21-3454/JZ). MODERN. $450-650.

Lot: 1310 - WINCHESTER 1897 RIOT PUMP SHOTGUN.

Cal. 12 Ga. S# E647115. Bbl. 20 1/2" plain takedown style. Factory "CYL" choke marking. High replacement brass front bead. Sm. rnd. grooved forearm & flat knob pistol grip walnut stock w/ original buttplate. 1918 Mfg. CONDITION: very fine. Over 90% original blue showing light slide & carry wear w/ scattered spots of freckling & sm. scratches. Original wood finish shows light wear w/ scattered scratches, marks & sm. dents. Very nice bright bore. (21-3350/DS). CURIO. $800-1,100.

Lot: 1311 - WINCHESTER 1300 STAINLESS MARINE SHOTGUN.

Cal. 12 Ga., 2 3/4" & 3". S# L2109268. Bbl. 18 1/2". Ramp mounted bead front sight w/ folding leaf rear sight. 8 Shot extending mag. Bright stainless finish. Grooved pump handle & pistol grip hardwood stock w/ sling swivels. LOP: 14" over original black ventilated pad. CONDITION: 99% metal finish showing sm. scratches. Very good wood finish. Bright near excellent bore. (21-3332/DS). MODERN. $400-600.

Lot: 1312 - 2 ITHACA MODEL 37 D.S. POLICE SPECIAL PUMP

SHOTGUNS. BOTH: cal. 12 Ga., 2 3/4". 1) S# 371471258. Bbl. 20" w/ ramp mounted fiber optic front sight & fixed square notch rear sight. Bbl. has band mounted sling swivel. Parkerized finish. Sm. rnd. grooved forearm & pistol grip walnut stock w/ oil finish. LOP: shortened to 13 1/2" over a thin black Pachmayr pad. CONDITION: over 95% metal finish showing slide wear w/ scattered scratches & scuffs. Original wood finish shows some handling marks w/ deeper scratches on forearm. Very good bright bore. (21-2747/DS). 2) S# 371673956. Bbl. 20" w/ ramp mounted fiber optic front sight retaining ramp only for rear sight. Left side of bbl. is marked "DEERSLAYER", right side marked "D.S. POLICE SPECIAL". Left side of receiver has police department unit code marking "SCSO 5S". Parkerized metal finish. Aftermarket sm. rnd. grooved injection molded forearm & pistol grip. Nylon web sling on QD swivel in front & swivel at bottom of pistol grip w/ additional swivel at top of pistol grip. CONDITION: 70% lightly faded parkerized finish showing slide & edge wear w/ numerous scratches & marks. Stock show sm. scuffs. Bore shows areas of light pitting, most towards muzzle. (21-2756/DS). BOTH MODERN. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1313 - REMINGTON MILITARY MARKED MODEL 11 AUTOLOADING

SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 Ga. S# 703800. Bbl. 20" plain w/ ramp mounted bead front sight & cyl. bore. No visible choke marking. Left side near breech has inspector's mark "RMN". Top of bbl. & left side of frame are marked "US" followed by flaming bomb acceptance mark. Receiver is marked "MILITARY FINISH". Breech block is marked "THE SPORTSMAN" & is an apparent replacement. Recoil operated square stern action. Parkerized finish. Mag. tube has non standard 2 shot extension. Forearm is unusual finger groove style. Pistol grip stock has original buttplate. Left side has a crossed cannon ordnance mark followed by "FJA". Toeline of stock has open hole for sling attachment. CONDITION: 90% parkerized finish showing spots of freckling. Wood has good military finish showing marks & dents. Stock is cracked through head & wrist areas. Bore shows substantial fouling. (21-3371/DS). CURIO. $400-600.

Lot: 1314 - MOSSBERG 500A TACTICALLY EQUIPPED PUMP SHOTGUN.

Cal. 12 Ga., 2 3/4" & 3". S# K552809. Blued alloy action w/ sliding top mounted safety. Aftermarket Pachmayr checkered rubber pistol grip & rubber forend. (1) Bbl. 18 1/2" plain w/ cyl. bore & brass bead. (2) Bbl. 24" Slugster w/ smooth bore & rifle sights. (3) Bbl 24" 50 cal. percussion conversion for black powder or Pyrodex only. Has Williams rifle sights & brass tipped nylon ramrod. 209 Primer ignition. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original stock & forearm w/ pressed checkering & recoil pad. Tactical style padded nylon scabbard. 2 Extra bbls. as described. CONDITION: action retains over 90% finish showing some wear spots. All bbls. retain over 95% blue & have very good bores. Rubber stocks show light scuffs. (21-386/DS). MODERN. $450-650.

Lot: 1315 - 2 MILITARY BOLT ACTION GUNS; CONVERSION OF #3

LEE-ENFIELD TO 410 MUSKET & MODEL 1917 US RIFLE. 1) CONVERSION OF #3 LEE-ENFIELD TO 410 MUSKET. Cal. 410. S# 39920D. Numbers match on receiver, bolt & forend. Bbl. 25" which has been ringed to a smooth bore & chambered for a brass case guard cartridge & will not accept a standard commercial .410 shot shell. Mag. has been plugged to convert to single shot operation. Marked on left side of butt socket "410 RFI" indicating mfg. by rival factory Ishapore dated 1947. Receiver ring has crown "GRI" view mark. Right side of butt socket marked with crown "G.R.I. ISHAPORE". Tangent rear sight graduated to 2,000 yards. Blade front sight w/ solid protective ears. Bayonet attachment is present. Hardwood stock set. Forend has transverse "Indian Kiss" reinforcement. Buttstock has brass trap buttplate. Buttstock marked on right side w/ 506, broad arrow, 9-54, & illegible circular marking. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: pattern 1907 bayonet w/ 17" fuller blade. Crossguard made w/ straight quillion. Smooth walnut grips. Blade is marked on left ricasso crown "GR 1907 WILKINSON". Marked on right ricasso w/ numerous view marks. Leather scabbard w/ metal throat & tip. Bayonet blade has been parkerized & sharpened. Grip shows moderate wear & handling marks. Scabbard has scuffing & light wear but stitching is tight. CONDITION: arsenal rework stock set has light wear, staining & handling marks throughout. Metal has 80% arsenal rework finish w/ light wear. Very good shiny bore. (21-2498/RW). 2) MODEL 1917 US RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. S# 05922. Bbl. 26". Receiver markings have been removed except for flaming bomb on left receiver rail. Bbl. markings have been removed leaving only import mark inside of bbl. Ladder aperture rear sight. Blade front sight w/ protective ears. Bolt markings have been removed. Walnut stock set marked w/ "R" on forend tip. Eagle inspector's mark underneath forend. CONDITION: stock set has dull arsenal rework finish w/ sanding marks, light wear & scratches. Sm. repair over grasping groove on left side. Metal has 50% original finish w/ wear, light oxidation & scattered fine pitting. Receiver ring & bbl. behind front sight have flaking black paint over area where markings have been removed. Very good shiny 6 groove replacement bbl. (21-2499/RW). BOTH CURIO. $500-700.

Lot: 1316 - UNIVERSAL M1 SEMI AUTO CARBINE.

Cal. 30 Carb. S# 420927. Bbl. 18 1/2" w/ protected blade front sight. Weaver Challenger 3-9x32 gloss finished scope w/ duplex reticle on Weaver style rings & saddle mt. Hardwood carbine stock w/ stamped steel buttplate & handguard. Web sling. MAGS: 1 detachable 5 rd. CONDITION: 80% blue showing carry wear. Stock has worn & peeling finish showing numerous scratches, marks & dents. Bore is bright w/ strong rifling. Scope has clear optics. (21-1877/DS). CURIO. $300-450.

Lot: 1317 - BROWNING BDA & CZ 75D COMPACT SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS.

1) BROWNING BDA . Cal. 45 ACP. S# 395RR3212. Bbl. 4.4". Mfg. 1977-1980 by Sig-Sauer for Browning; same as Sig Model 220. Matte alloy frame w/ checkered black plastic grips. Matte blue slide w/ polished sides. Simple fixed sights; drift adj. rear. Controls of slide stop & decocking lever; mag release at butt. MAGS: NONE. CONDITION: very good appearance w/ light marks & slight high point wear; mostly on slide. Very good grips w/ faint marks. Near excellent bore. (21-2829/NW). 2) CZ MODEL 75D COMPACT. Cal. 9mm Luger. S# B835283. Bbl. 3.7". Introduced 1993 having matte finish. Grooved grip straps & hooked front of trigger guard. Grooved raised rib w/ 3 dot sight set; no snag windage adj. rear. DA functioning w/ frame mounted decocker plus ring hammer. Checkered rubber grips. Matching numbered frame, slide & bbl. MAGS: 1 factory 14 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory black plastic case & compact Master's brown leather holster marked for Glock models 19, 23, 25 & 32. CONDITION: all aspects including bore are near excellent. (21-2832 /NW). BOTH MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1318 - 2 EUROPEAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS; FN 1900 & CZ VZ 38.

BOTH: blued finishes & mag. latches at butts. 1) FN MODEL 1900. Cal. 32 ACP. S# 314575. Bbl. 4". Mfg. 1900-1914 (724,500 units) w/ French safety markings. Matching numbered frame, slide & breech block. Black checkered hard rubber grips w/ FN logo on right & pistol image on left; also relieved for lanyard (loop missing). MAGS: 2 very good factory 7 rd. w/ slightly different shaped bases numbered 314575/2 (matching #2 mag.) & 122829/1. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: good light brown flap holster w/ stud & strap retention. Single wide belt loop & mag. pouch. Underside of flap neatly inked "R. Leonhardt". Light wear & patina on front; better appearing back. CONDITION: very good overall appearance w/ holster like high point wear. Very good grips & bore having slight wear & sm. marks. (21-2590/NW). 2) CZ MODEL VZ 38. Cal. 380 ACP. S#. 259377. Bbl. 4 3/4". Mfg. 1938-1939. Matching numbered slide having drift adj. rear sight; front sight blade on bbl. retainer. Blued finish mag. release at butt. Right side of frame has CZ logo plus "E7" w/ lion proof then "39". Checkered CZ logo brown checkered bakelite grips. Straw colored ring hammer, firing pin retainer & trigger. Very unusual slide release for field stripping. DAO functioning; popular today unusual in 1930's. MAGS: 1 good factory 9 rd. CONDITION: very good appearance w/ slight frontal high point wear & hint of beginning patina on front strap. Light rub mark from disassembly latch. Very good bore. (21-2594/NW). BOTH CURIO. $900-1,400.

Lot: 1319 - LLAMA ESPECIAL & BROWNING BABY SEMI AUTO PISTOLS.

1) LLAMA ESPECIAL. Cal. 22 LR. S# 419157. Bbl. 3 3/4". Miniature 1911 design. Slide has VR w/ blade front sight & fixed square notch rear sight. Frame has grip safety. Checkered mainspring housing w/ grooved safety button on left side. Blue finish. 2 Piece checkered walnut grips w/ Llama medallions. MAGS: 1 detachable 8 rd. CONDITION: 97% blue showing light edge wear. Very good grips. Bright bore w/ near excellent rifling. (21-3184/DS). 2) BROWNING BABY. Cal. 6.35mm (25 ACP). S# 446325. Bbl. 2". Slide has serrated rib w/ blade front sight & square notch rear sight. Left side is marked " BROWNING ARMS COMPANY / MADE IN BELGIUM". Blue finish. 2 Piece checkered black plastic grips. 1969 Belgium mfg. MAGS: 1 detachable 6 rd. CONDITION: near new retaining over 99% finish. Bright near excellent bore. (21-3196/DS). ALL CURIO. $600-900.

Lot: 1320 - 2 EUROPEAN 9MM LUGER SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS.

BOTH: cal. 9mm Luger. 1) STAR MODEL B. S# 393859. Bbl. 5" w/ flaming bomb proof & marked "Cal.08". Mfg. 1952 (1934-1975) w/ all matching #s to include bbl. bushing, slide stop, safety lever & 1 of its mags. Flaming bomb P proofs on frame & slide. Front strap stamped near bottom w/ "LPN". Fully checkered walnut grips plus checkered arched backstrap. MAGS: 2 factory 8 rd. near excellent w/ matching #859 & very good w/ #477. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent w/ about unfired appearance having only sm. mark from safety functioning; collector quality example. (21-2840/NW). 2) WALTHER P.38. S# 291080. Bbl. 4 3/4" w/ dovetailed front sight blade numbered 4 plus fixed sight at rear on dust cover. Mfg. 1968 w/ eagle N & circle dot proofs plus "Made in West Germany". Gloss black alloy frame & matte blued steel components having overall appearance of Model P1 to include checkered black plastic grips w/ thumb relief on left side. Matching numbered frame, slide & bbl. MAGS: 3 factory 8 rd. 1 Matte near excellent marked "P.38v", 1 good gloss marked same as #1 w/ S# 3047, 1 gloss body w/ matte floorplate having noticeable finish loss on spine & Walther banner plus "P 38 9 mm". CONDITION: all aspects near excellent including bore; appears new. (21-2841/NW). BOTH CURIO. $900-1,400.

Lot: 1321 - 2 STAR SUPER MODEL SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS.

BOTH: bbls. 5" w/out finish. Fast right side take down feature, loaded chamber indicators, spur hammers, grooved triggers w/ in the white sides, checkered arched backstraps & mags sit on top of frame bottoms. MAGS: 4 TOTAL: 9 rd. all very good: 1 w/ side latch base having grooved lip, 1 same as before w/ plain lip, 1 push button base, 1 same as previous but w/ only base matte finished. 1) Cal. 9mm P (9mm Luger). S# 838886. Slide has flaming bomb w/ P proof indicating German release. Right side of trigger guard marked "SPAIN" & import marked "ODIN MANURHIN VA " above trigger. Smooth oiled walnut grips. Butt & right side of slide have "SUPER". CONDITION: good overall appearance w/ noticeable high point wear throughout. Very good grips. Near excellent bore. (21-2833/NW). 2) Cal. 9mm Largo. S# 490270. Mfg. 1955 w/ fully checkered walnut grips. Bbl. & slide have flaming bomb P proofs indicating German release. Butt & right side of slide marked "SUPER". Left side of slide has "CAL 9m.m.38" w/ "38" appearing lighter strike. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: near excellent 9mm Luger bbl. having flaming bomb proof (no letter) plus spare recoil spring. CONDITION: very good overall appearance w/ sm. oxidation spot on right front of slide & occasional faint mark such as light scratches on left side of slide. Near excellent bore & grips. (21-2844/NW). BOTH CURIO. $900-1,400.

Lot: 1322 - 2 SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS; LLAMA ESPECIAL & AMT BACK UP.

1) LLAMA ESPECIAL. Cal. 32 ACP. S# 406105. Bbl. 3 3/4". Mfg. 1967 w/ Llama logo checkered wood grips. VR slide having dovetailed rear sight & fixed front. Scale sized copy of Colt 1911A1 w/ checkered arched mainspring housing. MAGS: 1 factory 7 rd. CONDITION: good to very good overall w/ light handling marks, thinning finish at high points & occasional peppery oxidation. Hand worn grips. Near excellent bore. (21-1753/NW). CURIO. 2) AMT BACK UP. Cal. 380 ACP. S# B02819. Bbl. 2 5/8". Mfg. in El Monte, CA as stainless earlier model having grip safety, thumb safety & flat panel wood grips. MAGS: NONE. CONDITION: very good appearance w/ some light rub marks. Very good bore & grips. (21-1774/NW). MODERN. $350-500.

Lot: 1323 - 2 EUROPEAN SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS: ASTRA 400 &

MANNLICHER 1905. 1) ASTRA MODEL 1921 (400). Cal. 9mm Largo. S# 89859. Bbl. 6". Mfg. 1921-1945. Checkered wood grips w/ lanyard loop & mag. release at butt. Matching numbered rnd. slide w/ fixed sights. MAGS: 1 worn Astra 9 rd. CONDITION: good to very good appearance w/ patina in grip area & scratch on top right rnd. front of slide near crest. Patina grip screws w/ light slot damage. Good grips w/ hand wear to diamonds. Very good bore. (21-2564/NW). 2) MANNLICHER MODEL 1905 ARGENTINE. Cal. 7.65x21 Mann. S# 5525. Bbl. 6 3/8". Mfg. by Steyr & used in Argentina. Right front of bbl. has appearance of Swiss proof & typical grind removal of Argentine crest. Matching numbers on bbl., frame & receiver. Vertical grooved wood grips. Flaming bomb A proof on extractor. CONDITION: good plus appearance w/ areas of light pitting showing at left rear of forward bbl. section, above trigger on frame (on each side) & sm. spot on left forward portion of slide. Safety, trigger, hammer, side plate latch & takedown lever are in the white as is area where crest was. Good plus grips w/ light handling marks. Good bore w/ light even frosted appearance & slight wear; distinct rifling. (21-2588/NW). BOTH CURIO. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1324 - BERETTA, ORTGIES & MAB SEMI AUTO PISTOLS.

1) BERETTA MODEL 21A. Cal. 25 ACP. S# BAS00070V. Bbl. 2 3/8" pop up bbl. w/ semi circular sight. Slide has rear serrations w/ fixed U notch rear sight. Ring style hammer. Blue finish. 2 Piece hardwood grips. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original 2 piece box containing instructions w/ bore brush. CONDITION: over 98% blue. Grips show light wear & handling marks w/ Beretta emblem missing from right panel. Bore retains strong rifling. (21-2904/DS). MODERN. 2) ORTGIES POCKET. Cal. 7.65mm (32 ACP). S# 101175. Bbl. 3 3/8". Slide has rear serrations w/ blade front sight & fixed V notch rear sight. German mfg. w/ crown N proof on right side. 2 Piece walnut grips w/ gold medallions. MAGS: 1 detachable 7 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: unmarked black holster trimmed to fit. CONDITION: metal has faded to brown showing edge & carry wear w/ scratches, sm. dents & spots of corrosion. Grips have dark worn appearance w/ scattered handling marks & are loose on frame. Bore has slightly frosted appearance retaining strong rifling. (21-2906/DS). CURIO. 3) MAB MODEL C. Cal. 32 ACP. S# 421198. Bbl. 3 1/4". Slide has rear serrations w/ blade front sight & fixed U notch rear sight. Blue finish. 2 Piece checkered plastic grips. Right panel has banner mark "WAC", left side has unmarked banner. MAGS: 1 detachable 6 rd. CONDITION: 70% dull fading blue showing edge & carry wear w/ scattered spots of corrosion & light pitting. Grips show checkering wear & handling marks. Bore retains sound rifling. (21-2910/DS). CURIO. $600-900.

Lot: 1325 - 3 POCKET SEMI-AUTO PISTOLS.

1) LILIPUT MODEL1925.Cal. 25 ACP. S# 15489. Bbl. 2 1/16". Mfg. 1925 in Germany. Originals mfg. by Menz of Suhl in 4.25mm cal.; good design changed to 25 ACP when 4.25 was discontinued. Nickel plated w/ thumb safety & checkered simulated ivory grips w/ medallions. MAGS: 1 factory 6 rd. CONDITION: fair overall w/ worn & peeling finish mixed w/ light pitting. Both grips cracked by attachment screw; worse on right. Fair bore w/ wear & even light pitting. (21-1737/NW). CURIO. 2) BERETTA MODEL 21A. Cal. 22 LR. S# BCS 35420 U. Bbl. 2 1/2". Mfg. in USA 2002-2013 when matte finished. Checkered black plastic grips w/ Beretta logos. Referred to as Bobcat Model. DA functioning w/ innovative tip up bbl.; mag. release at lower left rear of frame. MAGS: 1 factory 7 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original box & paperwork. CONDITION: light rub marks throughout matte finish & grips; Near excellent bore. (21-1738/NW). MODERN. 3) RAVEN ARMS MODEL MP-25. Cal. 25 ACP. S# 645920. Bbl. 2 1/2". Mfg. discontinued 1984. Chrome plated w/ oiled flat walnut grips. MAGS: 1 factory 6 rd. CONDITION: very good appearance w/ numerous very light scratches. Near excellent bore & grips. (21-1775/NW). MODERN. $350-500.

Lot: 1326 - 2 SEMI-AUTO POCKET PISTOLS; SAVAGE 1907 & COLT

VEST POCKET. 1) SAVAGE MODEL 1907. Cal. 32 ACP. S# 99659. Bbl. 3 3/4". Mfg. 1910-1917 & promoted as high capacity (10 rd.) plus "shoots where you point" showing hand w/ pointing index finger. Checkered hard rubber grips w/ Indian head logo. Spur hammer & integral fixed sights on slide. Gloss blue w/ case colored trigger & mag. latch. Breech end bbl. band to secure cartridges in chamber & act as loaded indicator. MAGS: 1 good factory 10 rd. CONDITION: good overall appearance w/ good traces of bright blue throughout mixed w/ high point wear, occasional peppery oxidation, patina in grip area & mottled appearance on left front half of slide. Chip at top of right grip along w/ hand wear to both. Near excellent bore. (21-2584/NW). CURIO. 2) COLT MODEL 1908 VEST POCKET. Cal.25 ACP. S# 292658. Bbl. 2". Mfg. 1921 (1908-1946) w/ Colt checkered hard rubber grips. Blued w/ in the white bbl. plus case colored trigger, safety lever & grip safety. MAGS: 1 very good 6 rd. 2 tone w/ 2 line base. CONDITION: slight frontal slide high point wear & occasional spots of peppery oxidation plus brown patina area at top left front of slide. Near excellent bore & grips. (21-2593/NW). BOTH CURIO. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1327 - 2 SAVAGE MODEL 1907 SEMI AUTO PISTOLS.

ALL: bbls. 3 13/16" w/ integral semi circular front sights. 1) Cal. 32 ACP. S# 80224. Semi circular grooved cocking piece. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber grips w/ Savage trademark. MAGS: 1 detachable 10 rd. CONDITION: 90% reblued finish showing spots of corrosion w/ some remaining pitting. Grips show light wear. Bore has lightly frosted appearance w/ worn rifling. (21-3164/DS). 2) Cal. 7.65mm (32 ACP). S# 207070. Grooved spur hammer. Case colored trigger. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber grips w/ Savage trademark. MAGS: 1 detachable 10 rd. CONDITION: 90% lightly faded blue showing edge wear. Grips show light wear. Bright bore w/ sound rifling. (21-3170/DS). BOTH CURIO. $450-650.

Lot: 1328 - SAVAGE 1907 SEMI AUTO PISTOL.

Cal. 32 ACP. S# 88366. Bbl. 3 3/16". Semi circular front sight w/ fixed U notch rear sight. Exposed hammer. Blue finish. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber grips. Mfg. 1910-1917. MAGS: 1 detachable 10 rd. CONDITION: 70% blue showing carry wear w/ scattered spots of surface corrosion. Grips show moderate wear. Bore has slightly darkened appearance w/ worn rifling showing some fouling. (21-3773/DS). CURIO. $300-450.

Lot: 1329 - SAVAGE 24C-DL & 24J-DL O/U COMBO.

1) MODEL 24C-DL. Cal. 22 Win. Mag. / 20 Ga., 3". NSN. Bbls. 24" w/ blade front sight, elevator adj. rear sight & tip off scope grooves. Satin nickel finish w/ gold finished trigger & left side button bbl. selector. Ornamentation include turkey on right & fox on left. Walnut forearm & pistol grip Monte Carlo stock w/ plastic grip cap & buttplate having white line spacers. Sides of forearm & stock ears only have pressed checkering. Pistol grip area of gun is uncheckered. CONDITION: over 97% metal finish. Very good stock finish shows a few sm. marks. Both bores are very good & bright. (21-3334/DS). 2) MODEL 24J-DL. Cal. 22 LR / 20 Ga., 3". NSN. Bbls. 24" w/ blade front sight & elevator adj. rear sight. Black anodized alloy action w/ bbl. selector on hammer. Receiver ornamentation consists of turkey on right side & fox on left. Walnut forearm & Monte Carlo pistol grip stock w/ black grip cap & buttplate having white line spacers. Sides of forearm, along wrist & ears of stock have pressed checkering. CONDITION: 97% metal finish w/ sm. wear spots of receiver. Wood has good original finish w/ scratches & handling marks. Very good bright bores. (21-3336/DS). ALL CURIO. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1330 - SAVAGE MODEL 24 J-DL O/U COMBO.

Cal. 22 Win. Mag. / 20 Ga., 3". NSN. Bbls. 24" w/ ramp mounted blade front sight & elevator adj. rear sight. Alloy receiver w/ top tang lever & hammer mounted bbl. selector. Right side of receiver w/ ornamented w/ flying turkey. Left side shows a running fox. Walnut forearm & hard rubber capped Monte Carlo walnut stock w/ pressed checkering & original buttplate. CONDITION: over 80% lightly worn bbl. blue showing spots of surface corrosion. Action has repainted finish. Sanded wood has a stain refinish showing marks & dents. Stock has cracks & chips extending from top tang & left side. Buttplate is cracked & glued at toe. Very good bright bores. (21-3499/DS). CURIO. $450-600.

Lot: 1331 - SAVAGE MODEL 24 O/U COMBO.

Cal. 223 Rem. / 12 Ga., 2 3/4" & 3". S# F081565. Bbls. 24". Ramp mounted bead front sight w/ folding leaf rear sight & quarter rib for scope attachment. Top lever action w/ crossbolt safety having bbl. selector on hammer. Blue finish. Injection molded forearm & pistol grip stock w/ original rubber pad. Padded web sling on QD swivels. Stock is fitted w/ nylon 5 shot bandolier CONDITION: bbl. retains over 90% blue. Action retains some blue on upper portion & left side w/ balance fading to brown/gray showing spots of deep pitting on right side of frame. Stocks have good finish. Shotgun bore has slightly darkened appearance w/ some very light pitting. Rifle bbl. has lightly worn rifling w/ some darkness in grooves. (21-2739/DS). MODERN. $300-500.

Lot: 1332 - 2 SAVAGE MODEL 24V SERIES D O/U COMBOS.

ALL: bbls. 24" separated. Case colored frames w/ bbl. selectors on hammers. Plastic trigger guards. Walnut forearms & Monte Carlo pistol grip stocks w/ plastic grip caps & buttplates having white line spacers. Bottom of forearms & wrists of stocks have skip line pressed checkering. 1) Cal. 357 Mag. / 20 Ga, 3". S# D136023. Brass bead front sight w/ folding leaf rear sight & Weaver scope base. Toeline of stock has added swivel base. CONDITION: over 95% bbl. blue showing light muzzle & carry wear w/ sm. scratches. Receiver has 80% lightly faded case colors. Original wood finish shows scattered scratches & marks. Stock has sm. chips & cracks around action. Shotgun bbl. shows a sm. amount of fouling. Rifle bbl. is bright w/ strong rifling. (21-3339/DS). 2) Cal. 30-30 / 20 Ga., 2 3/4" & 3". S# D373293. Ramp mounted bead front sight, folding leaf rear sight & Williams receiver sight. CONDITION: 98% bbl. blue. Action retains 90% lightly faded case colors. Original wood finish shows scattered scratches & marks. Shotgun bbl. shows spots of pitting. Rifle bbl. retains strong rifling. (21-3340/DS). ALL MODERN. $900-1,350.

Lot: 1333 - 2 SAVAGE MODEL 24VS SERIES D O/U COMBOS.

ALL: cal. 357 Rem. Maximum / 20 Ga., 2 3/4". Bbls. 20" w/ separation. Ramp mounted bead front sights w/ elevator adj. rear sights. Top lever actions w/ bbl. selectors on hammers. Plastic trigger guards. Full satin nickel finish. Forearms & hardwood pistol grip stocks w/ plastic buttplates. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: optional pistol grips w/ swivel base & butt & individual stock bolts. 1) S# E134795. CONDITION: 97% metal finish showing light handling marks & spots of corrosion. Wood is sanded & refinished. Stock is missing a lg. chip left of top tang. Optional pistol grip has sm. chips along bottom of receiver. Shotgun bore shows substantial fouling, bore is bright w/ strong rifling. (21-3341/DS). 2) S# E141905. CONDITION: metal shows over 97% finish showing sm. spots of corrosion. Sanded & refinished wood. Shotgun bore is bright. Rifle bore retains strong rifling. Optional grip is missing lg. chip left of top tang. (21-3342/DS). ALL MODERN. $900-1,350.

Lot: 1334 - 2 SAVAGE 24V SERIES C O/U COMBOS.

ALL: bbls. 24" separated. Band mounted serrated ramp blade front sight w/ folding leaf rear sight. Case colored top lever action w/ bbl. selector on hammer. Extractors. Plastic trigger guards. Walnut forearm & plastic capped pistol Monte Carlo stock w/ original buttplates having white line spacers. 1) Cal. 223 Rem. / 20 Ga. S# B949369. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: top lever spring & plunger. CONDITION: bbls. retain 98% original blue. Action retains over 95% case colors showing some surface corrosion around stock & top tang. Plastic trigger guard is split behind rear screw. Original wood finish showing some darkening around action & bottom of forearm. Stock has sm. cracks along sides of action. Top lever spring & plunger are detached. Shotgun bore is bright. Rifle bore has strong rifling. (21-3337/DS). 2) Cal. 222 Rem. / 20 Ga. S# C003847. CONDITION: 97% bbl. blue showing light muzzle wear. Action retains 80% lightly faded case colors. Stock finish shows spots of worn & peeling finish w/ scratches & marks having lg. dent left side of comb. Sm. chips around action. Shotgun bore shows heavy fouling. Rifle bore retains sound rifling. (21-3338/DS). ALL CURIO. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1335 - SAVAGE MODEL 24C SERIES P & 24 O/U COMBOS.

1) MODEL 24C SERIES P CAMPER'S COMPANION. Cal. 22 LR / 20 Ga., 2 3/4". S# B509013. Bbl. 20" w/ separation. Band mounted serrated ramp blade front sight w/ elevator adj. rear sight & groove for tip off scope mts. Case colored action w/ bbl. selector on hammer. Plastic trigger guard. Hardwood forearm & straight grip stock w/ cartridge storage space under aluminum trapdoor in plastic buttplate. Mfg. 1972-1988. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original padded takedown vinyl case. CONDITION: metal retains over 98% blue & case colored finish. Wood has very good refinish. Stock has a hairline crack extending from right side of action. Shotgun bore shows spots of pitting & fouling. Rifle bbl. retains sound rifling. (21-3295/DS). MODERN. 2) MODEL 24. Cal. 22 LR / 410 Ga., 3". NSN. Bbls. 24". w/ full length attachment. Ramp mounted blade front sight. Elevator adj. rear sight. Case colored top lever action w/ selector button on right side. Black anodized alloy trigger guard. Walnut forearm & pistol grip stock w/ original buttplate. CONDITION: bbls. retain 97% blue showing sm. marks. Receiver shows some case colors in protected areas w/ balance fading to a mottled gray brown. Wood has lightly worn finish showing scratches & marks. Stock is cracked through wrist area w/ sm. chips around action. Very good bright bores. (21-3353/DS). CURIO. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1336 - SAVAGE MODEL 24V & STAGGS-BILT MODEL 20-30-30

O/U COMBOS. 1) SAVAGE MODEL 24V. Cal. 222 Rem. / 20 Ga., 3". S# 5805. Bbls. 24" separated. Serrated ramp blade front sight & folding leaf rear sight. Black anodized action w/ bbl. selector on hammer. Ornamentation consist of turkey on right side & fox on left. Walnut forearm & Monte Carlo pistol grip stock w/ plastic grip cap & buttplate having white line spacers. Sides of forearm & wrist as well as ear areas of stock have pressed checkering. CONDITION: bbls. retain over 97% blue. Action retains over 95% anodized finish showing scratches & edge wear. Wood shows areas of wear w/ numerous scratches & handling marks. Forearm has sm. chips at upper rear corners. Stock has sm. chips around action. Shotgun bore has slight bulge about 11" from muzzle. Rifle bore shows spots of light pitting. (21-3335/DS). 2) STAGGS-BILT FIREARMS MODEL 20-30-30. Cal. 20 Ga., 2 3/4" / 30-30. S# 001014. Separated 20" bbls. Band mounted serrated ramp bead front sight w/ fixed V notch rear sight. Lever operated break open hammerless action w/ top tang safety, dbl. triggers & extractors. Walnut forearm & straight grip stock. LOP: 14" over Supreme brown ventilated pad. Approx. 2,000 produced, circa 1970. CONDITION: over 90% metal finish showing scratches & handling marks on action. Original wood finish shows scratches, dents & handling marks. Shotgun bore shows spots of fouling. Rifle bore has lightly worn rifling w/ some darkness in the grooves. (21-3343/DS). ALL MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1337 - SAVAGE 110 & WINCHESTER 70 BOLT ACTION RIFLES.

1) SAVAGE 110. Cal. 30-06. S# F034004. Sporter weight bbl. measures 25" over ported muzzle brake. 2 Lug action w/ tang mounted sliding safety. Zeiss Conquest 3-9x40 MC matte finished scope w/ heavy duplex reticle on Weaver mts. Monte Carlo hardwood stock w/ cut checkering & swivel bases. LOP: 13 1/2" over unmarked solid brown rifle pad. CONDITION: 98% blue. Original stock finish shows scattered marks & dents. Bright near excellent bore. Scope has clear bright optics. (21-1855/DS). MODERN. 2) WINCHESTER MODEL 70. Cal. 264 Win. Mag. S# 803205. Bbl. 24" w ramp mounted hooded bead front sight & Williams adj. rear sight. Post 64 push feed action w/ 3 position safety & hinged floorplate. Bolt is numbered to rifle. Tasco3-9x40 gloss finished scope w/ duplex reticle on Weaver type mts. Monte Carlo cheekpiece walnut sporter stock w/ pressed checkering, steel red W grip cap & added swivel bases. LOP: 13 5/8" red ventilated Winchester pad. 1965 Mfg. CONDITION: bbl. & receiver retain 90% blue showing muzzle & edge wear. Alloy bottom metal shows scratches & marks. Action screws show light distortion. Bolt body has worn jeweling & appearance. Stock has worn finish showing scattered scratches, handling marks & mildew spots. Bright bore w/ strong rifling. Scope has clear optics. (21-1873/DS). CURIO. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1338 - SAVAGE & STEVENS RIMFIRE RIFLES.

1) SAVAGE MODEL 1912 TAKEDOWN AUTOLOADING. Cal. 22 LR. S# 1914. Bbl. 20" rnd. w/ bead front sight & replacement rear sight altered to unusual leaf configuration. Takedown action w/ top tang sliding safety. Bolt handle rotates down for action hold open Walnut forearm & straight grip stock w/ steel buttplate. Mfg. 1912-1916. MAGS: 1 detachable 6 rd. CONDITION: 25% dull lightly faded blue showing carry wear w/ spots of freckling & handling marks. Wood has dark appearance w/ worn finish showing numerous scratches, dents & marks. Bore is generally bright retaining sound rifling. (21-2886/DS). 2) SAVAGE MODEL 1903 PUMP. Cal. 22 S, L, LR. S# 66.842. Bbl. 24" oct. German silver blade Rocky Mountain front sight w/ adj. U notch rear sight. Takedown action w/ top tang safety. Sm. rnd. grooved pump handle mounted on a tubular hanger. Rnd. knob walnut stock w/ crescent steel buttplate. Mfg. 1903-1922. MAGS: 1 detachable 6 rd. CONDITION: 30% worn fading blue showing carry wear w/ scratches, marks & spots of corrosion. Refinished wood shows wear w/ scattered scratches & marks. Lightly pitted bore retaining largely intact rifling. (21-2888/DS). 3) STEVENS NO. 70 "VISIBLE LOADING" PUMP. Cal. 22 S, L, LR. S# R377. Bbl. 22" rnd. w/ German silver blade front sight & elevator adj. U notch rear sight. 3/4 Length tubular mag. Exposed hammer action, breech block slides rearward leaving the loading area visible. Grooved walnut slide handle & straight grip stock w/ steel buttplate. Mfg. 1907-1930. CONDITION: bbl. & mag. tube have 70% lightly faded blue showing spots of freckling. Case colored action finish has faded to gray showing spots of corrosion. Original forearm finish shows light wear. Firing pin retaining pin is missing & firing pin is removed from rifle. Refinished stock shows scattered scratches & marks. Bore has worn rifling w/ darkness in grooves. (21-2899/DS). ALL CURIO. $600-900.

Lot: 1339 - 2 SAVAGE SPORTER BOLT ACTION RIFLES.

1) MODEL 40 SUPER SPORTER. Cal. 300 Savage. S# 18396. Bbl. 24" w/ a ramp mounted bead front sight & elevator adj. sporting rear sight. Rear lug bolt action w/ rotating safety. Schnabel tipped straight comb walnut sporter stock w/ hard rubber grip cap, swivel bases & grooved steel buttplate. Mfg. 1928-1940. MAGS: 1 detachable 4 rd. CONDITION: over 90% blue w/ some spots of flaking having scratches on trigger guard & floorplate. Original stock finish shows wear w/ scratches & marks. Left side of forearm has a long repaired crack extending from tip to left of floorplate. Bright bore retains strong rifling. (21-3082/DS). 2) MODEL 23AA SPORTER. Cal. 22 S, L, LR. S# 142081. Bbl. 23" is integral w/ receiver. Bead front sight w/ elevator adj. rear sight. Rotary rear safety. Schnabel tipped straight comb walnut sporter stock w/ checkered steel buttplate. Forearm has added sling swivel, toeline has hole for swivel installation. Mfg. 1933-1942. MAGS: 1 detachable 5 rd. CONDITION: over 95% original blue. Stock has very good satin finish showing a few sm. marks w/ a chip around swivel hole in toeline. Bore is bright w/ strong rifling. (21-3148/DS). ALL CURIO. $600-900.

Lot: 1340 - SAVAGE RIFLE, LC SMITH & REMINGTON SHOTGUNS.

1) SAVAGE SPORTER BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22 LR. S# 122418. Bbl. 23 1/4". German silver blade front sight w/ U notch adj. rear sight. Bbl. is integral w/ action. Rotating safety. Schnabel tipped walnut stock w/ steel buttplate. MAGS: NONE included. CONDITION: 70% lightly faded blue. Stock has added finish over wear, dents & handling marks. Bore is generally bright w/ lightly worn rifling. (21-2669/DS). CURIO. 2) LC SMITH FIELD GRADE HAMMER SXS SHOTGUN. Cal.12 Ga. S# 152430. Bbls. London Steel, shortened to 20" w/ cyl. bores & brass bead. Bbls. have non matching S# "R98135" over "I" marking indicating they are from Ideal Grade hammerless gun. Forearm iron has non matching number "177641". Case colored sidelock exposed hammer action w/ dbl. triggers & extractors. Splinter forearm & rnd. knob stock of checkered walnut. LOP: 14 1/8" over original buttplate. Overall length: 36 3/8". CONDITION: bbl. blue is fading to brown showing scattered pitting. Left firing pin is missing. Rear trigger is bent. Forearm latch spring is missing. Forearm shows heavy wear w/ shortened tip. Stock has worn & peeling finish showing scratches & marks. Bore shows spots of pitting w/ areas of fouling. (21-2670/DS). MODERN. 3) REMINGTON MODEL 11A AUTOLOADING SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 Ga. S# 190722. Bbl. shortened to 18 1/8" w/ solid rib & brass bead. Cyl. bore. Bbl. & action are spray painted red. Stock is cut to 9 3/8" over reattached & trimmed pad. Overall length: 32 7/8". CONDITION: painted finish showing handling marks. Forearm has a long crack down right side. Stock is cracked behind top tang. Bore is generally bright showing spots of very light pitting. Action does not cycle properly. (21-2671/DS). MODERN. $300-500.

Lot: 1341 - SAVAGE MODEL 340 BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

Cal. 22 Hornet. NSN. Bbl. 22" w/ ramp mounted bead front sight & filler in rear dovetail. Weaver 3-6x scope w/ 7/8" tube & standard crosshairs on Weaver N3 side mt. Straight comb walnut replacement stock w/ black forearm tip & grip cap having white line spacers. Leather sling on QD swivels. MAGS: NONE. CONDITION: 70% blue w/ lg. area of surface rust on bbl. Blue has a gray color indicating touch up finish. Left side of receiver has 5 added holes for scope installation, 2 retain mounting screws. Weaver scope base is held by glue & 1 screw. Stock has lightly worn finish showing handling marks & mildew spots. Bore is bright w/ strong rifling. Scope has clear optics. (21-3386/DS). MODERN. $175-250.

Lot: 1342 - T / C CONTENDER 3 BBL. SINGLE SHOT PISTOL SET.

Cal. 30 Herrett. S# 207888. Bbl. 10" bull w/ Buehler mt. set holding Leupold M8-2X IER gloss finished duplex reticle scope. Mfg. first half of 1982 featuring improved easy open frame & skeletonized hammer w/ cross bolt safety; firing pin selection done w/ screw driver in face. Smooth walnut stock set having Herrett style finger grooved grip w/ integral RH thumbrest. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 10" bull bbl. in 7mm TCU cal. having factory sights plus Pachmayr forend retained w/ Pachmayr adapter. Light rub mark from frame opening; all other aspects near excellent. / Scarce 10" bull bbl. in 30 carbine cal. (marked "30 M1") w/ Weaver scope base plus plug screws in place of front sight. Includes original 30 M1 box. / Matching numbered box marked for frame. / Very good black carry case w/ light colored interior fleece lining having T/C logo on exterior. CONDITION: very faint rub mark on bbl. caused by frame opening; all other aspects near excellent including bore, forend, grip & scope set. (21-2643/NW). MODERN. $750-1,000.

Lot: 1343 - T / C CONTENDER 4 OCTAGONAL BARREL SINGLE

SHOT PISTOL SET. Cal. 44 Mag. S# 12295. Bbl. 8" w/ 8 ports in forward portion plus screw on choke giving total length of 10". Fixed Patridge faced front sight & long adj. rear. Mfg. first half of 1970 w/ checkered walnut squared grip having slight RH thumbrest plus decorative rectangular pewter cover at butt suitable for engraving. Early style snap on checkered forend having Schnabel tip. Early solid hammer w/out safety having firing pin selector in face. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: near excellent 10" bbl. in 22 Mag. cal. having fixed front sight, early short rear sight & snap on forend stud. / Near excellent 10" bbl. in 256 Win. Mag. cal. having fixed front sight, snap on forend stud plus Bushnell Phantom scope base. / Near excellent 10" bbl. in 22 Hornet cal. having fixed front sight, snap on forend stud plus Bushnell Phantom scope base w/ 1.3X crosshair reticle Phantom scope & caps. / Choke wrench for 44 bbl. / Early short sight w/out screws. CONDITION: slight patina tone on grip cap, all other aspects including bore near excellent. (21-2646/NW). CURIO. $700-1,100.

Lot: 1344 - TC FIRST YEAR CONTENDER SINGLE SHOT PISTOL.

Cal. 45 LC/410. S# 1329. Bbl. 10" oct. including muzzle brake w/ external choke; 8 1/4" w/out choke. Integral tall ramped front sight blade & correct early style short adj. rear. 2 Line address w/ "N. H." plus 2 line cal. "45 COLT" & "410". Bbl. lug has star on left & Maltese Cross on bottom along w/ correct 1 piece locking block. Mfg. 1967 (first year beginning w/ S# 1001) having early features to include: engraved Puma on both sides of receiver, trigger engagement adjustment but not over travel. Firing pin selector screwdriver actuated at face of hammer; no safety. Satin finished checkered walnut stock set; snap on forend w/ schnabel tip & squared grip incorporating RH thumbrest plus rectangular pewter grip cap suitable for engraving. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory choke wrench & allen wrench for trigger adjusting. Styrofoam base & lid designed to hold pistol w/ bbl. plus 3 additional bbls. & additional forend. Fair condition w/ pistol S# in red on end along w/ black inked "Leavitt". Faint red ink listing "45/410" w/ packaging tape covering most of "410". Rare original shipping case. CONDITION: careful examination will show some normal slight rub marks from opening & closing but overall near excellent appearing unfired. (21-3185/NW). CURIO. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1345 - HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON 999 SPORTSMAN DA

REVOLVER. Cal. 22 LR. S# K1708. Bbl. 6" w/ tapered sides. Adj. Patridge blade front sight w/ adj. square notch target rear sight. 9 Shot fluted cyl. Top break DA action. Blue finish w/ bright hammer. 1 Piece walnut grip w/ checkered sides & backstrap. "K" S# prefix indicates 1950 mfg. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original 2 piece brown box w/ gold interior. Box contains hardwood cleaning rod, instructions for loading & firing & hang tag. CONDITION: near excellent retaining over 99% metal finish. Grips have very good finish & checkering showing sm. handling marks w/ a chip missing below front grip strap. Bright near excellent bore. (21-1722/DS). CURIO. $850-1,250.

Lot: 1346 - 3 HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON DA REVOLVERS.

ALL: cal. 22 S, L, LR. 1) MODEL 949. S# AE93618. Bbl. 5 1/2" rnd. Blade front sight w/ fixed square notch rear sight. 9 Shot fluted cyl. Right side of frame has swing out loading gate. Blue finish. 1 Piece hardwood grips. CONDITION: over 95% blue showing light muzzle & edge wear. Grips show scattered light marks. Bright bore w/ sound rifling. (21-1762/DS). 2) MODEL 929 SIDE KICK. S# W12988. Bbl. 6" flat sided w/ blade front sight & fixed square notch rear sight. 9 Shot fluted swing out cyl. Blue finished DA. 2 Piece white checkered plastic grips. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Hunter tooled leather holster. CONDITION: 80% lightly worn blue showing spots of freckling & handling marks. Grips show light wear. Bore is bright w/ strong rifling. Crane is missing from swing out cyl. (21-1772/DS). 3) MODEL 900. S# AE106553. Bbl. 6" rnd. w/ blade front sight & sighting groove on frame. 9 Shot fluted snap out cyl. Blue finish. 2 Piece black checkered plastic grips. CONDITION: 80% lightly faded blue showing edge & carry wear. Grips show scratches & marks. Bore retains strong rifling w/ a slightly frosted appearance. (21-1779/DS). ALL MODERN. $500-750.

Lot: 1347 - HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON, SMITH & WESSON HANDGUNS.

1) HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON 939 ULTRA SIDEKICK REVOLVER. Cal. 22 S, L, LR. S# AE63458. Bbl. 6" slab sided w/ VR. Blade front sight w/ square notch adj. rear sight. Solid frame action w/ 9 shot fluted swing out cyl. 2 Piece walnut checkered thumb rest grips. Fitted w/ key operated safety lock at butt. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original box w/ matching label containing key for safety lock. CONDITION: 90% blue showing spots of corrosion on action, bbl. & rib. Grips show light wear. Bright bore w/ sharp rifling. (21-2967/DS). MODERN. 2) SMITH & WESSON MODEL 61 ESCORT SEMI AUTO PISTOL. Cal. 22 LR. S# B5661. Bbl. 2 1/8". Blade front sight w/ square notch rear sight. Blued slide w/ black anodized frame. 2 Piece checkered brown plastic grips. MAGS: 1 detachable 5 rd. CONDITION: 90% lightly worn blue showing carry wear. Grips show light wear. Bright bore w/ sound rifling. (21-2968/DS). CURIO. $450-600.

Lot: 1348 - HIGH STANDARD 103 SPORT KING & 106 MILITARY

SUPERMATIC CITATION SEMI AUTO PISTOLS. ALL: cal. 22 LR. 1) MODEL 103 SPORT KING. S# 2116469. Bbl. 4 1/2". Serrated ramp front sight w/ square notch rear sight. Frame has lg. push button bbl. release at front. Right side of bbl. & slide have matching S#. 2 Piece checkered brown plastic grips. MAGS: 1 detachable 10 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 2 piece brown box w/ matching numbered label. CONDITION: over 98% original blue. Bright bore retains sound rifling. (21-3180/DS). 2) MODEL 106 MILITARY SUPERMATIC CITATION. S# 1595322. Bbl. 5 1/2" bull drilled for bbl. weight attachment. Serrated ramp undercut Patridge front sight. Square notch adj. target rear sight. Right side of frame & slide have matching numbers. Push button bbl. release at bottom of frame. Stippled grip straps w/ mag. release at butt. 2 Piece thumb rest checkered walnut grips. MAGS: 1 detachable 10 rd. w/ red plastic base extension. CONDITION: over 85% blue showing edge wear w/ light scratches. Bright bore w/ strong rifling. Grips show moderate wear & age darkening. (21-3208/DS). ALL MODERN. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1349 - HI STANDARD 103 SERIES SUPERMATIC CITATION SEMI

AUTO TARGET PISTOL. Cal. 22 LR. S# 1199159. Tapered rnd. bbl. measures 8" over detachable ported stabilizer w/ grooves for bbl. weights. Patridge front sight w/ square notch adj. rear sight. Push button takedown action w/ checkered plastic slant grips. MAGS: 1 detachable 10 rd. CONDITION: over 90% blue showing edge & carry wear. Grips show sm. marks. Bore is bright w/ strong rifling. (21-3945/DS). MODERN. $600-900.

Lot: 1350 - HIGH STANDARD & IVER JOHNSON DA REVOLVERS.

1) HIGH STANDARD R-101 SENTINEL. Cal. 22 LR. S# 799898. Bbl. 6". Ramp mounted blade front sight w/ fixed square notch rear sight. 9 Shot swing out fluted cyl. Matte black finished alloy frame w/ case hardened hammer & trigger. 1 Piece checkered black plastic grip. CONDITION: 70% metal finish showing carry wear w/ handling marks & spots of corrosion. Grips show light marks. Bore retains strong rifling. (21-2905/DS). MODERN. 2) IVER JOHNSON 1900 SMALL FRAME TARGET. Cal. 22 S, L. S# 34981. Bbl. rare 9" oct. w/ blade sight. Blued solid frame action w/ 7 shot fluted cyl. Case colored hammer & trigger. 2 Piece checkered walnut grips. Mfg. 1925-1928. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Viking leather holster. CONDITION: bbl. & action retain 25% dull blue fading to brown showing scattered flaking & corrosion. Grips have a worn appearance showing sm. handling marks. Sound mechanics. Bore retains sound rifling. (21-2907/DS). CURIO. $350-500.

Lot: 1351 - HI STANDARD W-101 DOUBLE 9 DA REVOLVER.

Cal. 22 LR. S# 984133. Bbl. 5 1/2". Blade front sight w/ fixed square notch rear sight. 9 Shot fluted swing out cyl. Nickel finish w/ blued hammer & trigger. 2 Piece black plastic grips w/ silver medallions. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: leather belt holster. CONDITION: over 90% nickel finish showing spots of peeling. Action will not cycle properly in DA mode. Bright bore retains sound rifling. (21-3503/DS). MODERN. $100-150.

Lot: 1352 - 6 AMERICAN DA REVOLVERS.

1) IVER JOHNSON 1ST MODEL 32 TOP BREAK. Cal. 32 S&W. S# 28044. Bbl. 3" rnd. w/ brass blade front sight. Top break action w/ single locking post. 5 Shot fluted cyl. Nickel finish w/ blued trigger guard having case colored hammer & trigger. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber owl's head grips. Mfg. 1894-1896. CONDITION: 60% nickel w/ areas of flaking & corrosion. Grips show light wear. Dark heavily pitted bore. Functioning action. (01-20027/DS). ANTIQUE. 2) HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON 32 AUTO EJECTING HAMMERLESS. Cal. 32 S&W. S# 145041. Bbl. 3" rnd. w/ rib & semi circular sight. Top break action w/ 5 shot fluted cyl. Nickel w/ blue trigger guard & case colored trigger. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber grips. CONDITION: over 95% metal finish showing sm. spots of freckling. Bore retains sound rifling showing scattered spots of pitting. Very good grips. Functioning mechanics. (21-1769/DS). CURIO. 3) HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON YOUNG AMERICA BULLDOG. Cal. 32 RF. S# 139676. Bbl. 2" oct. w/ semi circular front sight. 5 Shot fluted cyl. Nickel finish w/ blued trigger guard having case colored hammer & trigger. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber grips. CONDITION: 90% metal finish showing scratches, sm. marks & spots of freckling. Bore has lightly frosted appearance w/ sound rifling. Sound mechanics. Very good grips. (21-1770/DS). CURIO. 4) HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON 38 AUTO EJECTING HAMMERLESS. Cal 38 S&W. S# 121050. Bbl. 3 1/8" rnd. w/ rib & semi circular sight. Top break hammerless action. 5 Shot fluted cyl. Nickel finish w/ blued trigger & trigger guard. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber grips. CONDITION: metal has faded to gray showing scattered pitting. Grips are heavily worn w/ smooth checkering. Dark lightly pitted bore. Functioning mechanics. (21-1773/DS). CURIO. 5) IVER JOHNSON AMERICAN BULLDOG. Cal. 32 S&W. S# 3497 (under grips). Bbl. 2 1/2" oct. w/ blade sight. Solid frame action w/ 5 shot fluted cyl. Nickel finish w/ blued hammer. 2 Piece American Eagle hard rubber grips. CONDITION: over 80% nickel showing spots of corrosion. Bore shows scattered spots of pitting. Grips show light wear. Action functions in DA mode only. (21-1776/DS). CURIO. 6) IVER JOHNSON AMERICAN BULLDOG. Cal. 32 RF. S# 1510 (under grips). Bbl. 2 1/2" oct. w/ blade sight. 5 Shot fluted cyl. Solid frame nickel finished action. 2 Piece American Eagle hard rubber grips. CONDITION: 60% nickel showing areas of peeling finish & corrosion. Grips show light wear. Dark bores scattered pitting. Functioning action. (21-1780/DS). CURIO. $400-600.

Lot: 1353 - IVER JOHNSON, HERITAGE FIREARMS & HIGH STANDARD

REVOLVERS. 1) IVER JOHNSON BULLDOG SA. Cal. 22 LR. S# K50293. Bbl. 2 3/8" rnd. rib mounted serrated ramp blade front sight w/ adj. square notch rear sight. 8 Shot fluted cyl. w/ loading gate on right side. Rnd. butt frame w/ checkered plastic grips. Blue finish w/ case colored hammer. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original box w/ warranty paper. CONDITION: over 98% metal finish w/ spot of finish loss at bottom of back strap. Bright near excellent bore. (21-1739/DS). 2) HERITAGE FIREARMS ROUGH RIDER CONVERTIBLE SA. Cal. 22 LR / 22 Mag. S# E51782. Bbl. 3 1/2" w/ blade sight. 6 Shot fluted 22 LR. cyl. & 6 shot rnd. 22 Mag. cyl. Black finish w/ bright hammer. Western style gun w/ manual safety. 2 Piece bird's head hardwood grips. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original 2 piece box containing owner's manual. 1 - 50 Rd. box of Win. Super X Magnum w/ jacketed hollow point bullets. CONDITION: near new in box. Near excellent bore. (21-1744/DS). 3) HIGH STANDARD CAMP GUN DA. Cal. 22 LR. S# S56551. Bbl. 6" rnd. w/ ramp mounted blade front sight & square notch adj. rear sight. 9 Shot fluted swing out cyl. Blue finish serrated trigger & hammer have bright sides. 2 Piece checkered hardwood grips. 95% Blue showing muzzle wear & cyl. drag line. Grips show scattered handling marks. Bright bores w/ strong rifling. (21-1759/DS). ALL MODERN. $350-500.

Lot: 1354 - 3 DA 9 RD. 22 LR REVOLVERS; 2 NEF PLUS 1 H&R.

ALL: cal 22 LR. Bbls. 6". Blued w/ wood grips. 1) NEF R92 ULTRA. S# NK003874. Discontinued 1999. Bull bbl. w/ recessed crown plus solid grooved rib having dovetailed Patridge front sight & adj. frame mounted rear. Swing out cyl., cast trigger guard & smooth grips w/ NEF medallions. CONDITION: very good to near excellent w/ light marks on top of rib. Near excellent bore & grips. (21-3262/NW). MODERN. 2) H & R SPORTSMAN. S# D9928. Mfg. 1943. Top break w/ elevation adj. front sight & windage adj. sight on bbl. latch at rear. Matching numbers on bbl., latch & safety rim cyl.; no patent dates. Matte top of triangular shaped bbl. has company name & address; Cast finger rest trigger guard & one piece checkered walnut grip. Early feature of firing pin in frame. CONDITION: occasional faint mark or sm. spot of peppery oxidation but overall very good plus w/ no blue wear. Faint marks on bottom of grip w/ balance near excellent; near excellent bore. (21-3271/NW). CURIO. 3) H & R MODEL 929. S# AE35605. Mfg. 1968 (1956-1973) w/ firing pin on hammer. Smooth grips & swing out safety rim cyl. Rnd. bbl. w/ fixed blade front sight & windage adj. frame mounted rear. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: fair white H & R box w/ blue interior. CONDITION: good to very good w/ some peppery oxidation on finish (no wear) & faint rub marks on grips. Near excellent bore. (21-3273/NW). CURIO. $500-750.

Lot: 1355 - 2 PISTOLS & 1 REVOLVER.

1) TINY BAUER STAINLESS STEEL 25 ACP SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Cal. 25 ACP. S# 005566. Bbl. 2 1/2". Stainless frame & slide w/ pearlite grips. Serrated slide w/ fixed sights. Left side controls. Single action only. Mfg. from 1972-1984. MAGS: 1-6 rd. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: strong clip on leather holster. CONDITION: some staining, typically associated w/ lengthy periods of holstering. Clean bore w/ decent rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3505/JZ). MODERN. 2) VERY CLEAN ASTRA MODEL 200 FIRECAT SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL. Cal. 25 ACP. S# 771569. Bbl. 2 1/4". Blued frame & slide w/ brown plastic grips mfg. From 1920-1968. Single action semi-automatic w/ backstrap safety & full length guide rod. Fixed sights w/ serrated slide. Bottom mag. release. Left side slide stop. MAGS: 1-6 rd. mag. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: North American Arms gun rug. CONDITION: finish on exposed metal surfaces complete & consistent w/ only a few minor scratches. Bore is shiny w/ strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3506/JZ). CURIO. 3) NAA MINI REVOLVER. Cal. 22 Mag. S# W19799. Bbl. 1 1/2". Stainless steel 5 shot 22 Mag. SAO revolver. Surprisingly comfortable to operate in spite of it's extremely sm. size. Production started in 1975 & they are still being manufactured today. There are numerous accessories for these including functioning belt buckles & several holster styles. Fixed blade front sight coinciding w/ rear notch. Attractive dark brown hardwood grip panels. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: NAA marked soft belt clip holster. CONDTION: original finish still appears as shipped from the factory. Grip panels are free of any noticeable imperfections. Clean bore w/ strong rifling. Timing appears to be as intended. (21-3511/JZ). MODERN. $400-700.

Lot: 1356 - NORTH AMERICAN ARMS & IVER JOHNSON REVOLVERS.

1) NORTH AMERICAN ARMS BLACK WIDOW CONVERSION MINI SA. Cal. 22 LR / 22 Mag. S# R16148. Bbl. 1 7/8" fluted w/ grooved rib & protected cyl. pin release. 5 shot rnd. interchangeable cyl. Stainless steel construction w/ spur trigger & 1 piece finger groove rubber grip. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original black molded box containing instructions w/ accessory, NRA & product performance papers. Also contains trigger lock, fired cases & spare cyl. CONDITION: near new retaining virtually all original finish. Bright near excellent bore. (21-3181/DS). MODERN. 2) IVER JOHNSON 3RD MODEL SAFETY HAMMERLESS DA. Cal. 38 S&W. S# 26225. Bbl. is shortened to 2 1/4" w/ rib & reinstalled semi circular sight. Top break action w/ shrouded hammer & 5 shot fluted cyl. Nickel finish w/ blued trigger guard. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber owl's head grips. CONDITION: 60% nickel w/ areas of peeling showing corrosion & scratches. Grips show light wear. Bore retains sound rifling showing sm. spots of pitting. Functioning mechanics. (21-3194/DS). CURIO. 3) IVER JOHNSON TOP BREAK DA. Cal. 32 S&W. S# 82057. Bbl. 6" rnd. w/ rib & semi circular front sight. Blued top break action w/ 6 shot cyl. 1 Piece walnut grip. CONDITION: 60% dull blue fading to brown showing carry wear. Grips have worn finish showing scratches & handling marks w/ spots of tape residue. Sound mechanics. Bore retains sound rifling showing sm. spots of light pitting. (21-3200/DS). CURIO. $400-600.

Lot: 1357 - STEVENS & SPRINGFIELD FIREARMS.

1) STEVENS TIP-UP NO. 41 PISTOL. Cal. 22 RF. S# 70981. Bbl. 3 3/8" rnd. w/ oct. shank. German silver blade front sight. Iron tip up action w/ spur trigger. Replacement 2 piece walnut grips. Mfg. 1903-1916. CONDITION: frame is welded & repaired at bbl. hinge screw. 40% Dull blue showing cold blue touch up. Grips have lightly worn finish & handling marks. Pitted bore w/ partially intact rifling. Action release button knob is replacement. Action has weak mainspring tension. (21-2969/DS). 2) STEVENS FAVORITE. Cal. 22 LR. S# C36. Bbl. 22" rnd. w/ oct. shank. Combination front sight w/ fixed U notch rear sight. Takedown lever operated action. Replacement hardwood forearm & stock is fashioned from a Winchester 1906 stock retaining the Winchester wagon wheel button. CONDITION : metal has faded to brown showing handling marks, surface corrosion & spots of pitting. Forearm has poor fit to action, showing scratching & handling marks w/ 3 gripping notches on each side. Stock has poor fit to action w/ missing attachment screw. Dark pitted bore. (21-2970/DS). 3) SPRINGFIELD 94B SINGLE SHOTGUN. Cal. 410. NSN. Bbl. 26" plain w/ aluminum bead & fixed Full choke. Case colored exposed hammer top lever action. Tenite forearm & pistol grip stock w/ original buttplate. CONDITION: bbl. retains 70% dull fading blue showing spots of freckling. Action retains 70% fading case colors showing spots of freckling & surface corrosion. Stock & forearm show scratches & marks. Bore is generally bright w/ some fouling forward of chamber. (21-2971/DS). 4) STEVENS 87A RIFLE. Cal. 22 S, L, LR. NSN. Bbl. 24" rnd. w/ bead front sight & elevator adj. rear sight. Tubular mag. Hardwood stock w/ original buttplate. CONDITION: bbl. retains 70% dull fading blue showing handling marks & spots of freckling. Sanded & refinished stock has heavy gloss refinish over scratches & marks. Bore retains lightly worn rifling. (21-2972/DS). ALL CURIO. $350-500.

Lot: 1358 - TRIO OF HI POINT MODERN PISTOLS.

1) HI POINT MODEL JHP CHAMBERED IN 45 ACP. Cal. 45 ACP. S# X4267990. Bbl. 4 1/2". Polymer frame single action. Dark black wrinkle finish 45 ACP pistol w/ lightly serrated slide & high visibility sights. Plastic grips & left side controls. Factory accessory rail below bbl. MAGS: 1-9 rd. CONDITION: all outward appearances indicate very low use if any at all. Bore is clean w/ strong rifling. Finish on all exposed surfaces complete & consistent. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1733/JZ). 2) HI POINT MODEL JHP CHAMBERED IN 45 ACP. Cal. 45 ACP. S# X4267991. Bbl. 4 1/2". Polymer frame single action. Dark black wrinkle finish 45 ACP pistol w/ lightly serrated slide & high visibility sights. Plastic grips & left side controls. Factory accessory rail below bbl. MAGS: 1-9 rd. CONDITION: all outward appearances indicate very low use if any at all. Bore is clean w/ strong rifling. Finish on all exposed surfaces complete & consistent. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1763/JZ). 3) HI POINT MODEL JCP CHAMBERED IN 40 S&W. Cal. 40 S&W. S# X763135. Bbl. 4 1/2". Polymer frame single action. Dark black wrinkle finish 40 S&W pistol w/ lightly serrated slide & high visibility sights. Plastic grips & left side controls. Factory accessory rail below bbl. currently sporting an aftermarket laser sight. MAGS: 1-10 rd. CONDITION: finish on all exposed surfaces complete & consistent w/ light thinning typically associated w/ holstering. Good bore w/ strong rifling. Unable to confirm function of laser sight. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-1767/JZ). ALL MODERN. $200-400.

Lot: 1359 - CHARTER ARMS UNDERCOVER DA REVOLVER.

Cal. 38 Spl. S# 37521. Bbl. 2". Traditional DA 5 shot sm. frame revolver. Serrated hammer Spur. Fixed sights. Fluted cyl. Dark blued finish. Hardwood grips w/ silver Charter Arms medallions. CONDITION: finish coverage is complete & consistent w/ a faint cyl. dragline to evidence use. Grips show no noticeable handling marks. Clean bore w/ strong rifling. (21-3916/JZ). MODERN. $150-250.

Lot: 1360 - 4 VARIOUS CENTERFIRE REVOLVERS. ROSSI, WARNER &

TAURUS. 1) TAURUS ULTRA-LITE 38 SPECIAL WITH LASER GRIPS. Cal. 38 Spl. S# YC69913. Bbl. 2". Compact traditional dbl. action 38 spl. 5 Shot revolver w/ Crimson Trace Corp. laser grips. Dark black finish on exposed metal surfaces. Fixed blade front sight w/ rear notch. Factory checkered plastic grips. Separate on/off switch. Traditional hammer spur. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: factory box. CONDITION: original finish still enjoys complete coverage w/ little to no thinning aside from areas engaged in mechanical intervention. Timing appears appropriate in single & dbl. action. Laser grips appear to function correctly. Shiny bore w/ strong rifling. (21-1728/JZ). MODERN. 2) ROSSI DA. Cal. 38 Spl. S# 141164. Bbl. 2 1/4" w/ ramped blade sight; frame notched rear. Early example imported by Garcia w/out model # marking. Checkered wood grips. 5 Rd. cyl.; resembles S&W Chief's Special. Early variation w/ rnd. cyl. latch. CONDITION: bbl. shortened from longer length w/ sight reinstalled. Good plus appearance w/ occasional peppery oxidation & light cyl. turn line. Very good grips & bore. (21-1747/NW). MODERN. 3) TAURUS MODEL 66. Cal. 357 Mag. S# NA886609. Bbl. 4" w/ red ramp front sight & white outline adj. rear (appears mfg. by Millett). Stainless w/ checkered target style hardwood grips. Wide smooth faced combat trigger & standard checkered hammer. Close resemblance to S&W Model 66. CONDITION: firing residue on cyl. & in action but overall very good plus appearance w/ near excellent bore. (21-1754/NW). MODERN. 4) WARNER TOP BREAK HAMMERLESS. Cal. 32 S&W. S# B119. Bbl. 3 1/16". Blued hammerless top break revolver w/ dual posts. Auto ejecting features closely resembles Iver Johnson hammerless. Top of bbl. marked "Warner Arms Corporation / Norwich, Conn." Checkered hard rubber grips w/ unmarked area where medallion or logo would be. CONDITION: overall very good w/ nice grips & bore. Cyl. has couple spots of light oxidation, mostly on somewhat large, elongated cocking notches. (21-1778/NW). CURIO. $700-1,150.

Lot: 1361 - 5 HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON & IVER JOHNSON DA

REVOLVERS W/ 1 MAKIE BLANK PISTOL. 1) MAKIE PERFECTA BLANK PISTOL. Cal. 6mm blank. S# 471. Bbl. approx. 2 3/4". Marked on left side "PERFECTA MOD. G Kal 6mm D.B.P. Made in Germany". Circular marking is PTB 8-69. Pistol made to fire 6mm blanks, tubular mag. in butt. Checkered black plastic grips. Safety on left side of grip. CONDITION: light overall wear w/ scattered handling marks & flattening of diamonds. Does not appear to function correctly. (02-15352/RW). NON-GUN. 2) HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON AUTO EJECTING HAMMER. Cal. 32 S&W. S# 89811 (under grips). Bbl. 3 1/4" rnd. w/ rib & semi circular front sight. 6 Shot rnd. cyl. Top break action. Nickel finish. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber grips. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: non matching 1 piece blue box w/ torn lid & taped corners. CONDITION: 70% nickel showing spots of pitting & marks. Top lever latch has no spring tension. Trigger return spring is collapsed. Cyl. does not rotate when cycled. Grips show checkering wear. Pitted bore. (21-1743/DS). CURIO. 3) IVER JOHNSON 38 TOP BREAK. Cal. 38 S&W. S# 55387. Bbl. 2" rnd. w/ rib & semi circular front sight. 5 Shot fluted cyl. Nickel finished top break action. Top strap has stamped ID mark "5648". 2 Piece checkered hard rubber grips. CONDITION: 50% nickel w/ areas of peeling & corrosion showing scratches. Right grip panel has lg. chip at butt. Action does not cycle properly. Bore shows scattered pitting. (21-1757/DS). CURIO. 4) HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON MODEL 922. Cal. 22 LR. S# J30520. Bbl. 6" rnd. w/ blade sight. 9 Shot fluted cyl. Solid frame action w/ blue finish. 1 Piece plastic grip. CONDITION: 50% worn fading blue showing scattered pitting & corrosion. Grips show wear & handling marks & have improper fit on frame. Action does not cycle properly. Bore retains sound rifling. (21-1771/DS). CURIO. 5) HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON PREMIER. Cal. 32 S&W. S# 250946. Bbl. 3 1/8" rnd. w/ rib & semi circular sight. 5 Shot fluted cyl. Top break action. Nickel finish w/ blued trigger guard having case colored hammer. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber grips. Right side of frame behind trigger has 4 hand cut notches. CONDITION: 75% nickel showing spots of corrosion & light pitting. Grips show moderate wear. Functioning action w/ some side play to cyl. Bore retains strong rifling showing sm. spots of pitting. (21-1784/DS). CURIO. 6) HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON MODEL 1904 REVOLVER. Cal. 38 S&W. S# 38427. Bbl. 2 1/2" oct. w/ blade sight. 5 Shot fluted cyl. Solid frame nickel finished action. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber grips. CONDITION: 30% nickel blending w/ a cleaned gray appearance w/ corrosion on front grip strap. Trigger guard has fading blue. Grips show moderate wear w/ right panel having sm. chip at butt. Trigger return spring is collapsed. Bore retains strong rifling showing some very light pitting. (21-1785/DS). CURIO. $200-350.

Lot: 1362 - HENRY H001 & BROWNING 22 TAKEDOWN RIMFIRE RIFLES.

1) HENRY H001 LEVER ACTION. Cal. 22 S, L, LR. S# 885877H. Bbl. 18.25" rnd. w/ hooded ramp mounted blade front sight & elevator adj. square notch rear sight. Tubular mag. Alloy action is grooved for tip off scope mts. Walnut forearm & straight grip carbine stock w/ plastic buttplate. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original box containing owner's manual. CONDITION: near new retaining over 99% finish. Very good bore. (21-1825/DS). 2) BROWNING 22 TAKEDOWN GRADE I AUTOLOADING. Cal. 22 LR. S# 02181PR146. Bbl. 19 1/2" rnd. w/ bead front sight & folding leaf rear sight. Blue finished bottom ejection action w/ wedges of scroll ornamentation. Checkered gloss finished walnut forearm & flat knob pistol grip stock. Tubular mag. inserts through metal buttplate & loads through right side of stock. 1987 Mfg. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 2 piece black foam lined box w/ matching label. CONDITION: over 98% blue. Original stock finish shows a few scattered sm. marks. Bright near excellent bore. (21-1899/DS). BOTH MODERN. $550-700.

Lot: 1363 - RANGER, WESTERNFIELD & STEVENS AUTOLOADING RIFLES.

1) RANGER 101.16. Cal. 22 LR. NSN. Bbl. 24" rnd. Based on the Stevens Model 87 action & designed to imitate the famous US M1 Garand. Protected blade front sight w/ receiver mounted sheet metal adj. peep sight. Tubular mag. Sliding safety. Band fastened military style walnut stock & handguard. Checkered steel buttplate & plastic trigger guard. Leather military style sling on original swivels. CONDITION: metal retains splotchy spots of blue w/ balance fading to gray. Left side of action has 2 added holes w/ plug screws. Stock has lightly worn original finish showing numerous scratches & marks. Bright bore retains strong rifling. (21-2864/DS). 2) WESTERNFIELD MODEL 58. Cal. 22 LR. NSN. Bbl. 24" rnd. Bead front sight w/ elevator adj. rear sight. Tubular action based on the Stevens Model 87 w/ sliding safety. Left side has 2 holes w/ plug screws for scope attachment. Hardwood stock w/ plastic buttplate, alloy trigger guard & steel floorplate. MAGS: 1 detachable 5 rd. CONDITION: metal finish has faded to gray w/ area of deep pitting on left rear area of action. Wood has worn finish showing dents, scratches, handling marks & sm. chips w/ added hole for sling attachment in toeline. bright bore retains sound rifling. (21-2894/DS). 3) STEVENS MODEL 87A. Cal. 22 S, L, LR. NSN. Bbl. 24" rnd. Bead front sight w/ sporting rear sight missing elevator. Tubular action w/ sliding safety & alloy trigger guard. Tubular mag. Hardwood stock is missing buttplate. CONDITION: 30% dull faded blue showing handling marks w/ areas of rust & corrosion. Sanded & refinished stock has light colored gloss finish w/ numerous scratches, dents & marks. Stock is cracked at wrist. Bore is bright w/ strong rifling. (21-2895/DS). ALL CURIO. $550-800.

Lot: 1364 - FLOBERT, KEYSTONE & BRONCO SINGLE SHOT RIFLES.

1) FLOBERT PARLOR. Cal. 4.5mm RF. NSN. Bbl. 22 3/8" oct. w/ Belgium black power proof mark on left flat. Blade front sight w/ fixed V notch rear sight. Slam fire action w/ pivoting breechblock. Straight grip hardwood stock w/ steel buttplate. CONDITION: metal finish has faded to a even brown patina. Stock has worn original finish showing numerous scratches, dents & handling marks. Dark heavily pitted bore. (01-19933/DS). ANTIQUE. 2) KEYSTONE CRICKET BOLT ACTION. Cal. 22 LR. S# 35549. Bbl. 16 1/8". Ramp mounted blade front sight & receiver mounted peep rear sight. Manually cocked bolt. Black injection molded stock w/ buttplate. Overall length only 30 1/8". CONDITION: 98% blue. Stock shows sm. scuffs. Bright near excellent bore. (21-2896/DS). MODERN. 3) FIREARMS INTERNATIONAL/BRONCO SURVIVAL. Cal. 22 LR. NSN. Bbl. 16 1/2". Protected blade front sight w/ fixed square notch rear sight. Skeletonized aluminum stock & receiver w/ black crinkle finish. Swing out action, bbl. pivots to right for loading. Hammerless action w/ crossbolt safety. CONDITION: metal retains 70% dull fading finish. Bright bore retains sound rifling. (21-2897/DS). MODERN. $350-600.

Lot: 1365 - JC HIGGINS MODEL 50 & OREGON ARMS CHIPMUNK BOLT

ACTION RIFLES. 1) JC HIGGINS MODEL 50. Cal. 30-06. S# 5565. Bbl. 22" sporter weight. Ramp mounted blade front sight w/ elevator adj. square notch rear sight. FN Model 98 commercial Mauser action. Claw extractor, low swing safety, single stage trigger & Weaver scope mts. Straight comb walnut stock w/ black plastic grip cap & original buttplate having white line spacers. CONDITION: over 90% blue showing light muzzle & carry wear. Stock has lightly worn finish showing scattered scratches & marks. Bright bore retains strong rifling. (21-3134/DS). 2) OREGON ARMS CHIPMUNK. Cal. 22 S, L, LR. S# 46100. Bbl. 16 1/4" w/ ramp mounted blade front sight & receiver peep sight. Diminutive Boys bolt action rifle overall length 29 3/4". Single shot action w/ manual cocking piece. Walnut Monte Carlo stock w/ plastic buttplate. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original box w/ added tape on exterior. CONDITION: 98% blue. Stock had been shortened, removed 3 1/4" butt piece has been reattached. Bright near excellent bore. (21-3143/DS). ALL MODERN. $350-500.

Lot: 1366 - JC HIGGINS MODEL 103 & RUGER 10/22 RIFLES.

1) JC HIGGINS MODEL 103 BOLT ACTION RIFLE. Cal. 22 S, L, LR. NSN. Bbl.22" w/ bead front sight & elevator adj. rear sight. Single shot action w/ chrome plate bolt & trigger. Manual cocking piece. Hardwood stock w/ plastic trigger guard & buttplate. Mfg. by Marlin. CONDITION: 80% blue showing surface corrosion. Refinished stock shows scratches & sm. marks. Bore retains strong rifling. (21-3498/DS). 2) RUGER MODEL 10/22 SEMI AUTO CARBINE. Cal. 22 LR. S# 110-30988. Bbl. 18 1/2". Band fastened bead front sight w/ folding leaf rear sight. Action has accessory tip off scope rail. Band fastened walnut stock w/ aluminum carbine buttplate. 1970 Mfg. MAGS: 1 rotary 10 rd. CONDITION: over 90% metal finish showing sm. scratches & marks. Refinished stock shows a few handling marks. Very good bright bore. (21-3501/DS). BOTH CURIO. $225-400.

Lot: 1367 - 2 HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON MODEL 340 BOLT ACTION

RIFLES. ALL: bbls. 22" light sporter weight w/out sights. Commercial Mauser actions w/ claw extractors, right side safeties, single stage triggers & Hinged floorplates. Straight comb walnut sporter stocks w/ shadow line cheekpieces. Features include contrasting wood forearm tips, steel grip caps & original Supreme brown ventilated recoil pads. Mfg. 1981-1983. 1) Cal. 7mm Mauser (7x57). S# A227450. Action is equipped w/ Weaver scope bases. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original cardboard box. CONDITION: as new w/ box. (21-3115/DS). 2) Cal. 30-06. S# A227270. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original box containing instruction manual, service plan envelope & H&R shooting journal. CONDITION: near new showing sm. handling marks & wood finish blemishes. Bright near excellent bore. (21-3116/DS). ALL MODERN. $700-900.

Lot: 1368 - 2 AMERICAN 50 CALIBER MUZZLELOADING RIFLES.

BOTH: Cal. 50. 1) MML INC LX 93. S# 46109. Bbl. 22". An MML LK 93 50 Cal. muzzle loader in a traditional hardwood stock. Blued finish on exposed metal surfaces. Front sight absent. Windage & elevation adj. rear sight. Drilled & tapped receiver currently sporting Weaver rings & a Bushnell sport view 4x32 scope. Home sprayed black & gray camouflage paint pattern throughout stock. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: bolt & chamber plug have been removed but are present. CONDITION: the entirety of the bbl. receiver section has succumbed to a patina. Bore is heavily corroded. Scope is a little cloudy but appears functional. (01-20126/JZ). 2) REMINGTON MODEL 700 ML. S# ML086220. Bbl. 24" Camo synthetic stock. Blade front sight w/ fully adj. rear sight. Drilled & tapped receiver. Right handed bolt action style design. Matte blued metal finish. CONDITION: externally appears near excellent w/ no tell tale signs of use. Bore overall very good w/ one spot of light pitting in groove near muzzle end. (01-20129/JZ). BOTH ANTIQUE. $450-700.

Lot: 1369 - AUSTIN HALLECK MODEL 420LR CLASSIC INLINE RIFLE.

Cal. 50. S# 100655. Prior to 2006, Austin Halleck of Weston, Missouri & later Provo, Utah mfg. inline rifles that are widely considered among the most elegant & accurate. Bbl. 27 1/4" w/ oct. rear section & tapered rnd. forward section. Green fiber optic front sight w/ orange fiber optic adj. rear sight. Nichols Bullet 3-9x40 matte finished scope w/ wide view duplex reticle on Weaver style bases. Blue finished bolt action w/ 209 primer ignition. Timney adj. trigger. Gold anodized trigger guard. Straight comb sporter stock of of tiger striped maple w/ fleur de lis cut checkering, plastic grip cap & original solid black pad. Padded nylon web sling on gold anodized QD swivels & bases. Aluminum ramrod is held by a single pipe. Weight w/ scope: 10 lbs., 7.5 oz. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Promax 2 gun foam lined molded hard case. CONDITION: over 98% brightly polished original blue. Stock has very good original finish showing sm. marks. Bolt retainer is malfunctioning, allowing bolt to pull straight out of receiver when cycled. Bore is bright w/ strong rifling showing sm. spots of discoloration. Scope has clear optics. (01-20113/DS). ANTIQUE. $400-600.

Lot: 1370 - BAIKAL REMINGTON MODEL MR221 SXS RIFLE.

Cal. 30-06. S# 0822104619R. Bbls. 23 5/8". Post front sight w/ fixed square notch rear sight mounted on a quarter rib w/ 11mm scope rail. Underrib of bbl. is fitted w/ bbl. regulation adj. scalloped boxlock action w/ top tang safety. Dbl. triggers. Extractors. Blue finish. Trim beavertail forearm & pistol grip hardwood stock w/ cut checkering, sling swivels & black ventilated pad. Mfg. in Russia by Baikal, imported 2003-2009, reintroduced 2011. CONDITION: near new retaining 99% wood & metal finish. Near excellent bores. (21-3112/DS). MODERN. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1371 - 2 BAIKAL SXS SHOTGUNS.

BOTH: cal. 12 Ga., 2 3/4". 1) REMINGTON/BAIKAL SPR 220F. S# 0709449R. Bbls. 20 1/8" w/ interchangeable choke tubes, Full & Mod. tubes included. Side plated boxlock action w/ external cocking hammers. Dbl .triggers. Extractors. Trim beavertail forearm & pistol grip stock of checkered hardwood. LOP: 14" over plain steel buttplate. CONDITION: over 90% blue showing sm. scratches & marks. Original wood finish shows sm. marks. Good bright bores. (21-1805/DS). 2) EAA / BAIKAL BOUNTY HUNTER II. S#0411728B. Bbls. 19 7/8" w/ fixed Cyl. chokes. Side plated boxlock action w/ external cocking hammers & bull riding scene ornamentation. Gold finished dbl. triggers. Extractors. Trim beavertail forearm & pistol grip stock of checkered hardwood. LOP: 14 1/4" over original buttplate. CONDITION: 98% blue. Original wood finish shows heavy dents & marks on right side & top of grip. Very good bright bores. (21-1848/DS). BOTH MODERN. $500-800.

Lot: 1372 - 2 PERCUSSION SHOTGUNS.

BOTH: Cal. 12 Ga. 1) CVA DOUBLE BARREL. S# 85064507. Bbls. 28 3/4" marked w/ CVA information on sunken rib. Bright polished front spring locks w/ tall serpentine hammers have punched in “engraving” of flowers & flying ducks. Beech wood straight grip stock has a plain wood butt. Hardwood ramrod mounts through 3 plain pipes. CONDITION: fine, retaining nearly all original factory finishes. Has been fired a bit. Bores are dark. (01-20123/MGM). 2) KNIGHT TK 2000 INLINE. S# 004631. Bbl. 27 1/4" over externally threaded extra full jug choke. Manually cocked inline action w/ full plastic jacket 209 ignition. Pistol grip synthetic stock w/ Knight marked recoil pad. Bbl., action & stock have full coverage Advantage Timber camo finish. Right side stock has "NWTF" medallion. Brass tipped aluminum ramrod. Green fiber optic front sight w/ adj. rear sight having broken red fiber optics. CONDITION: 98% camo finish. Bore has a dark corroded appearance w/ fouling & possible plastic shot cup debris in chamber. (01-20124/DS). BOTH ANTIQUE. $400-700.

Lot: 1373 - 2 ITALIAN DOUBLE PERCUSSION SHOTGUNS W/ CHOKE

TUBES. BOTH: Cal. 12 Ga. 1) S# 27617. The 30" bbls. w/ interchangeable choke tubes have Italian black powder proofs at breech ends & are fitted w/ flat game rib. Case hardened front spring locks fitted w/ tall serpentine hammers are roll engraved w/ open shaded scroll. Pistol grip stock of lightly figured European walnut measures 14 1/2" over steel buttplate. Grip is checkered. Hardwood ramrod w/ brass tip mounts through two plain pipes & case hardened thimble. CONDITION: close to as new except shows evidence of being fired & not cleaned w/ some rusting in nipples. There are only a few minor handling marks on all factory surfaces. Bores are shiny. (01-20122/MGM). 2) W/ BOX. S# 28242. The 30" bbls. w/ interchangeable choke tubes have Italian black powder proofs at breech ends & are fitted w/ flat game rib. Case hardened front spring locks fitted w/ tall serpentine hammers are roll engraved w/ open shaded scroll. Straight grip stock of lightly figured European walnut measures 14 1/2" over steel buttplate. Grip is checkered. Hardwood ramrod w/ brass tip mounts through two plain pipes & case hardened thimble. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: cardboard box marked “DAVIDE PEDERSOLI”. CONDITION: very close to “as new”, does not appear to have been fired. Box is good. (01-20125/MGM). BOTH ANTIQUE. $800-1,300.

Lot: 1374 - NEW ENGLAND FIREARMS SYNTHETIC RIFLE/SHOTGUN

PACKAGE WITH 3 BARRELS. Cal. 223 Rem. S# NS295890. Bbl. 20". Matte black finish on receiver w/ synthetic stocks. Receiver drilled & tapped, currently sporting a 5" Weaver base & Tasco 3-9 scope w/ duplex reticle. Single shot breakdown design w/ thumb spur on hammer. Rear sling swivel on stock coinciding w/ front swivel band on bbl. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: includes a 22" heavy bbl. chambered in 270 Win & sporting a 3x9 Bushnell scope w/ duplex crosshair, as well as a 22" shotgun bbl. chambered in 28 Ga. w/ a 2 3/4" chamber. CONDITION: metal finish on receiver & bbls. is complete & consistent w/ thinning on shotgun bbl. All 3 bores are bright w/ strong rifling where applicable. Stocks are unblemished. Scope glass seems clear in both examples. (21-3703/JZ). MODERN. $300-600.

Lot: 1375 - 3 BC MY LUCK MODEL M SXS SHOTGUNS.

ALL: Post WWII Japanese copies of traditional English Game Guns. Bbls. 28" w/ brass beads. Fixed Cyl. & Full chokes. Case colored boxlock actions w/ dbl. triggers & extractors. Solid ribs & floorplates are marked "B.C. My Luck". Receivers have borderline engraving w/ banners marked "Model M". Splinter forearms & straight grip walnut stocks w/ hand checkering, long tang trigger guards w/ oval name plates in toeline. 1) Cal. 12 Ga., 2 3/4". S# 106586. Bbls. 28". Brass bead. Fixed Cyl. & Full chokes. LOP: 13 7/8" over original buttplate. WEIGHT: 6 lbs., 9.7 oz. CONDITION: bbls. retain over 80% lightly faded blue showing carry wear & spots of finish loss. Action retains sm. amount of case colors in protected areas fading to gray. Wood has peeling finish showing scratches & marks. Forearm has sm. chips along left bbl. channel. Bore shows scattered pitting. (21-3034/DS). 2) Cal. 20 Ga., 2 3/4". S# 105522. Bbls. 28". w/ brass bead. Fixed Cyl. & Full chokes. LOP: 14" over original buttplate. WEIGHT: 5 lbs., 15.4 oz. CONDITION: bbls. retain 60% faded blue showing carry wear w/ spots of finish loss. Action has some case coloring in protected areas w/ balance fading to mottled gray. Sanded & refinished wood w/ recut checkering showing dents & marks. Stock & buttplate are chipped & rounded at toe. Very good bright bores. (21-3035/DS). 3) Cal. 16 Ga., 2 1/2". S# 104278. Bbls. 28" w/ brass bead. Fixed Cyl. & Full chokes. LOP: 14" over original buttplate. WEIGHT: CONDITION: 70% lightly faded bbl. blue showing spots of corrosion & finish loss. Action retains a little case coloring in protected areas fading to gray/brown. Sanded & refinished wood has lightly weakened checkering w/ scratches & marks. Buttplate & toe of stock are chipped & rounded. Very good bright bores. (21-3037/DS). ALL CURIO. $900-1,350.

Lot: 1376 - 7 AMERICAN SINGLE SHOT SHOTGUNS.

1) NEW ENGLAND FIREARMS PARDNER SB1. Cal. 20 Ga., 3". S# NK379193. Bbl. shortened to 22" w/ cyl. choke & brass bead. Overall length 36 1/2". Case colored exposed hammer action w/ push button opening lever. Aftermarket pistol grip & injection molded black synthetic forearm w/ sling swivels. CONDITION: bbl. blue is fading to brown w/ spots of corrosion. Action retains 60% light & fading

Lot: 1377 - NR DAVIS & NEUMANN BROS. SXS SHOTGUNS.

1) NR DAVIS & SON AJAX. Cal .12 Ga. S# B6148. Bbls. 28" fluid steel w/ brass bead. Fixed Mod. & Full chokes. Hammerless boxlock action w/ dbl. triggers & extractors. Original walnut splinter forearm. Replacement pistol grip walnut stock w/ Davis buttplate & fluted plastic grip cap having white line spacers. LOP: 14 3/8". CONDITION: bbls. retain 60% dull worn blue. Action retains traces of case colors fading to gray showing spots of corrosion. Refinished forearm shows light handling marks w/ sm. crack on right side. Stock shows spots of filler on right ear & wrist w/ cracks through head & wrist area. Bores are generally bright showing sm. dark spots. (21-3373/DS). 2) NEUMANN BROS. Cal. 12 Ga., 2 1/2". S# 6069. Bbls. 29 3/4". Solid rib is marked "BELGIUM LAMINATED STEEL". Cyl. bores. Rnd. body action w/ exposed hammer back action locks. Dbl. triggers. Extractors. Original checkered walnut splinter forearm. Rnd. knob replacement walnut stock. LOP: 14" over grooved steel buttplate. CONDITION: bbl. & action retain 70% dull fading reblued finish. Refinished forearm has good recut checkering. Stock has good finish showing sm. marks. Pitted bores. (21-3374/DS). ALL CURIO. $350-500.

Lot: 1378 - REMO MODEL 35 BOLT ACTION SHOTGUN.

Cal. 16 Ga., 2 1/2". S# 978. Bbl. 30" plain w/ brass bead. Fixed choke. Top is marked "REMO MOD, 35 (GERMANY)". Matching S#'s are found on left side of bbl. & action, right side of trigger guard & bottom of bolt. 2 Shot bolt action repeater w/ blind box mag. & bolt mounted wing type safety. Rnd. knob walnut stock w/ checkered wrist, sling swivels & steel buttplate. LOP: 14 1/8". CONDITION: 80% lightly worn blue showing carry wear & scratches. Stock has worn finish showing numerous dents, scratches & marks. Good bright bore. (21-1940/DS). CURIO. $150-250.

Lot: 1379 - STEVENS 311 & ITHACA / WESTERN ARMS LONG RANGE SXS

SHOTGUNS. 1) STEVENS MODEL 311A. Cal. 12 Ga., 2 3/4". NSN. Bbls. 28" of Selected Forged Steel. Fixed Mod. & Full choke. Aluminum front bead. Case colored boxlock action w/ dbl. triggers & extractors. Walnut splinter forearm & pistol grip stock. LOP: 14" over original buttplate. DAC: 1 11/16". DAH: 2 13/16". CONDITION: over 95% blue & case colored metal finish showing sm. scratches, handling marks & spots of light corrosion. Good original wood finish shows scattered marks. Bright near excellent bores. (21-3030/DS). 2) ITHACA / WESTERN ARMS LONG RANGE. Cal. 16 Ga., 2 3/4". S# 38628. Bbls. 28". Case colored boxlock action w/ pointing dogs on the sides. Dbl. triggers. Extractors. Splinter forearm & pistol grip walnut stock. LOP: is shortened to 13 1/4" w/ reattached buttplate. WEIGHT: 6 lbs., 7.8 oz. The Western Arms Corp. was formed by Ithaca in 1929 on the eve of the Great Depression. Western produced only 1 model, the low cost Long Range Double, which was well received by the Depression market. Discontinued in 1946, over 65,000 were produced. CONDITION: bbls. retain over 97% original blue showing slight muzzle & carry wear. Receiver shows over 90% case colors w/ fading & darkening in carry areas. Original wood finish shows scattered scratches & marks. Very good bright bores. (21-3222/DS). ALL CURIO. $700-1,000.

Lot: 1380 - HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON LIGHTWEIGHT FOLDING

SINGLE SHOTGUN. Cal. 410, 2 1/2". S# 6143. Bbl. 22" plain w/ fixed full choke. Case colored lightweight folding action w/ exposed hammer & top lever opening. Trim walnut forearm w/ slot for trigger guard when folded. Rnd. knob walnut stock. LOP: 13 7/8" over a replacement buttplate. Mfg. 1925-1930. WEIGHT: 4 lbs., 6.4 oz. CONDITION: 90% bbl. blue showing spots of freckling. Action has lightly faded case colors showing vivid dark stripes. Original wood finish shows scattered scratches & marks w/ touch up near buttplate. Very good bright bore. (21-3570/DS). CURIO. $400-600.

Lot: 1381 - W. RICHARDS & BAKER SXS SHOTGUNS.

1) W. RICHARDS. Cal. 12 Ga. NSN. Bbls. 30 1/8" of Twist steel w/ Cyl. bores. Side lever exposed hammer action w/ back action locks. Dbl. triggers. Extractors. Walnut splinter forearm & rnd. knob stock w/ checkered wrist. LOP: 13 3/4" over steel shotgun buttplate. Belgium mfg. CONDITION: metal shows evidence of heavy cleaning w/ cold blue touch up. Left bbl. retains an extensive area of light pitting. Bbls. are off face & loose on frame. Locks show wear w/ hammers playing play on tumblers. Pitted bores. Sanded & refinished wood w/ freshened checkering. (01-19003/DS). ANTIQUE. 2) BAKER BATAVIA LEADER. Cal. 12 Ga. S# 75704. Bbls. of plain Twist steel shortened to 27" w/ Cyl. bores. Steel front bead. Top lever sidelock action w/ 3 position safety, dbl. triggers & extractors. Splinter forearm & rnd. knob walnut stock. LOP: 14" over hard rubber buttplate. CONDITION: bbls. have dark patina appearance showing evidence of touch up. Sides of rib show heavy indentations 4 1/2" from muzzle. Right bbl. has heavy dents 1", 5" & 14/2" from muzzle. Left bbl. shows evidence of raised dents 6"-7" from muzzle. Pitted bores. Bbls. are slightly loose on frame. Action shows evidence of cleaning & touch up finish. Wood is heavily sanded & refinished w/ traces of checkering remaining. Stock has a chip above right lock w/ smaller chips & cracks extending from the lockplate. (21-1003/DS). CURIO. $400-600.

Lot: 1382 - 2 MODERN AMERICAN LONGARMS; 1 SHOTGUN, 1 RIFLE.

1) MOSSBERG 500 PISTOL GRIP SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 Ga. S# K652167. Bbl. 18 1/2". A cruiser style pistol gripped shotgun w/ an overall length of approx. 28". 5 Rd. tube mag. Pump action w/ dual actuator arms. Top mounted safety. Brass bead front sight, no rear sight. Drilled & tapped receiver for mount. Black plastic furniture w/ blued finish on exposed metal surfaces. CONDITION: finish bears scratches & thinning typical of range use. Receiver on the right side bears glue residue. Bore has some light fouling, but mostly bright. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3517/JZ). 2) EARLY ORIGINAL ARMALITE AR-7 EXPLORER SURVIVAL RIFLE. Cal. 22 LR. S# 53983. Bbl. 16". This iconic ArmaLite takedown rifle was originally developed as a survival rifle for pilots in the newly created United States Airforce. Like its predecessor, the AR-5, the majority of the components are made of aluminum w/ steel substituted in areas of importance & the design was to be stored in the rear stock which would float in case of accidental submersion. Though the original was chambered in 22 Hornet, the AR-7s have been specific to 22 LR. Overall length when assembled is 35" while barely breaking 16 1/2" when stored in the stock. This appears to be an early example w/ a non-adj. rear sight & fixed blade front sight. Composite plastic stock houses all metal parts inside & appears to be original though the buttplate has been replaced w/ a Henry Repeating Arms Co. version. Standard blowback design, mag. fed semi auto design. No tools necessary for assembly or disassembly. MAGS: 1-8 rd. CONDITION: exposed metal surfaces still retain the vast majority of their original dark black finish w/ very little thinning or evidence of use. Stock is in decent shape overall w/ out any noticeable damage however is missing the ArmaLite plaque typically at 6 o’clock below the cheekpiece. The buttplate has been replaced w/ a newer Henry Repeating Arms Co. version that does not seal tightly. Bbl. is clean & dark still retaining strong rifling. Fire control mechanism appears to function correctly when cycled by hand. (21-3518/JZ). BOTH MODERN. $350-550.

Lot: 1383 - MOSSBERG CROWN GRADE 500 BANTOM PUMP SHOTGUN.

Cal. 410, 2 1/2" or 3". S# T380770. Bbl. 24" VR w/ fixed Full choke. White front bead w/ brass mid bead. Alloy action w/ sliding top safety & plastic trigger guard. Black injection molded finger grooved forearm & full size pistol grip stock. LOP: 14" over solid black pad. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: original box containing owner's manual & trigger lock. CONDITION: near new w/ box. (21-3215/DS). MODERN. $300-400.

Lot: 1384 - ECLIPSE GUN CO HAMMER SXS SHOTGUN.

Cal. 12 Ga., 2 1/2". S# 74934. Bbls. 30" of Belgium Laminated Steel. Cyl. & Cyl. chokes. Steel front bead. Rnd. bodied exposed hammer top lever action w/ back action locks. Under lug locking w/ doll's head extension. Dbl. triggers. Extractors. Splinter forearm & rnd. knob walnut stock w/ hand checkering. LOP: 14 1/8" over grooved steel buttplate. CONDITION: bbls. have cleaned gray appearance. Action retains light case colored in protected areas blending to gray showing areas of cleaning. Firing pins appear to be replacement, right extends past breech face, left firing pin retainer is partially unscrewed from action. Refinished wood show scratches & marks. Bores show scattered light pitting. (21-2854/DS). CURIO. $125-200.

Lot: 1385 - SPENCER REPEATING PUMP SHOTGUN.

Cal. 12 Ga. S# 5957. Bbl. 32" of Damascus Steel w/ steel bead. Top flat of bbl. marked "SPENCER RGPT. SHOTGUN PAT. APL. 1882." Bottom loading, top ejecting action. Release lever is mounted in front of trigger guard. Left side of action is marked "F.BANNERMAN. MNFR. NEW-YORK. U.S.A. / MODEL 1890". Sm. rnd. bakelite pump handle & rnd. knob stock of checkered walnut. LOP: 13" over original buttplate. Toeline of stock has 1/2" diameter hole. Designed by Christopher M Spencer who was known for his Civil War carbines, these were the first successful repeating shotguns, 1882-1889. The Spencer patents were bought by Francis Bannerman of New York, who continued to produce the shotguns until 1907. CONDITION: metal finish is fading to gray w/ some remaining blue on protected areas of mag. tube. Forearm checkering is worn smooth. Stock has worn finish & checkering showing numerous scratches & marks. Bore shows light pitting & marks. (01-19932/DS). ANTIQUE. $300-500.

Lot: 1386 - WESTERNFIELD & T BARKER SHOTGUNS.

1) WESTERN FIELD M150D BOLT ACTION. Cal. 410, 3". S# 118235. Bbl. 24" plain w/ fixed Full choke. Bolt action w/ 2 shot blind box mag. having safety lever behind receiver. Monte Carlo hardwood stock w/ plastic trigger guard. LOP: 14 3/8" over Westernfield slip on rubber pad. Mfg. by Mossberg. CONDITION: 90% blue showing spots of corrosion. Stock has worn finish showing handling marks & mildew spots. Bore shows areas of fouling. Front bead is missing. (21-3390/DS). 2) T BARKER SXS HAMMER. Cal. 12 Ga. NSN. Bbls. 30" of Laminated Steel w/ fixed Mod. & Full choke. Rnd. body receiver w/ back action locks marked "T BARKER". Dbl. triggers. Extractors. Rnd. knob walnut stock w/ steel buttplate & checkered wrist. CONDITION: top lever is broken off not allowing gun to open. Forearm wood & iron are missing. Buttplate & hammer screws are replacements. Metal has gray coloration from cold blue. Sanded stock is undersized at buttplate showing heavy wear & handling marks. Pitted bores. (21-3393/DS). BOTH CURIO. $200-300.

Lot: 1387 - WESTERN FIELD DELUXE SINGLE SHOTGUN.

Cal. 410, 2 1/2". S# 43170 D. Bbl. 26" w/ solid rib, brass bead & fixed Full choke. Case colored top lever exposed hammer action. Left side is marked "Western Field". Schnabel tipped walnut forearm & hard rubber capped pistol grip stock w/ hand checkering. LOP: 14" over original buttplate. Mfg. by Iver Johnson 1912-1941. CONDITION: 80% lightly faded bbl. blue showing handling marks & spots of light pitting. Forward portion of rib shows evidence of being resoldered. Action retains 80% lightly faded case colors. Original wood finish shows wear spots, finish chips, handling marks & sm. dents. Stock has sm. chips & cracks around action & top tang. Very good bright bore. (21-3572/DS). CURIO. $400-600.

Lot: 1388 - SAVAGE MODEL 220A & ITHACA MODEL 37 SHOTGUNS.

1) SAVAGE MODEL 220A SINGLE SHOT. Cal. 410, 3". NSN. Bbl. 26" plain w/ Full choke & steel bead. Case colored top lever hammerless action w/ sliding safety. Walnut forearm & pistol grip stock. LOP: 15 1/8" over an added slip on Pachmayr pad. CONDITION: 80% lightly faded bbl. blue. Action retains a sm. amount of case colors fading to gray/brown. Alloy trigger guard has chipped paint. Wood has lightly worn finish over scratches & marks. Very good bright bore. (21-1812/DS). CURIO. 2) ITHACA MODEL 37 FEATHERLIGHT PUMP. Cal. 12 Ga., 2 3/4". S# 371874038. Bbl. 28" VR w/ fixed Mod. choke & Ray-bar front sight. Bottom eject action w/ game & waterfowl scene roll engraving. Sm. rnd. grooved forearm & pistol grip hardwood stock w/ pressed checkering. LOP: 14" over a Supreme ventilated pad. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: foam lined box w/ mismatched label showing water damage. CONDITION: over 97% blue showing slide wear. Wood has very good finish showing sm. marks. Bright near excellent bore. (21-1864/DS). MODERN. $550-800.

Lot: 1389 - 1 AMERICAN & 2 EUROPEAN SHOTGUNS.

1) BELGIAN ZULU SINGLE SHOT SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 Ga. NSN. Bbl. 31 1/8". Belgian made Zulu shotgun mfg. from surplus military rifle parts w/ a swinging block single shot action. Bbl., receiver & breech block have Belgian proofs. Bbl. is marked over chamber w/ "A.F." & also marked on top "ZULU". Brass bead front sight. Walnut stock w/ 1 bbl. band. Ramrod channel has walnut filler block. CONDITION: stock has arsenal rework type finish w/ wear, staining & handling marks throughout. Stock has notably cracked area on left side behind breech block in area of escutcheon. Worn metal turning overall gray & patina. Dark bore w/ extensive pitting throughout. (01-19417/RW). 2) PRIZE PERCUSSION DOUBLE SHOTGUN BY G. HOFE(?) OF BRISTOL. Cal. 16 Ga. NSN. Bbl. 30" twist. 2 Steel bbls. fitted w/ Joseph Manton type "elevating rib". Front spring locks fitted w/ later serpentine hammers & engraved w/ feather borders surrounding well cut scroll & coiled sea monsters. Maker’s name & “BRISTOL” are on each plate. European walnut stock measures 14 1/4" over steel buttplate. Silver inscription plate at top of grip is engraved “Branch Rifle Assn Mil. Dist. Iiuc. "Prize by Fraser "Won by LIUT. C. PERRY." "1864" "11 POINTS SA. 200 YDS”. CONDITION: fair to poor. Metal dark brown patina. Wood w/ considerable wear, checkering almost gone. Dark pitted bores. Locks operable. (01-19418/MGM). 3) MEDIUM GRADE PARKER LIFTER SXS SHOTGUN. Cal. 12 Ga. S# 19219. Bbls. 30" damascus, marked on rib w/ Parker address. Lumps are marked w/ correct S# on side. Lifter type action has later style hinge pin, reinforced & radiused break off, but does not have doll's head extension. Action & locks have some scroll engraving. Fences are nicely sculpted & have starbursts on top. Rnd. knob pistol grip stock is fitted w/ Parker buttplate. Matching splinter forend has 1878 patent release. CONDITION: poor. Very little finish remaining on metal. Buttstock shattered through action area shows considerable wear. Bores pitted. Bbls. dented. Action still remarkably tight, but considerably off face. Locks are operable. (01-19419/MGM). ALL ANTIQUE. $450-900.

Lot: 1390 - MODEL 98 SPORTER MAUSER BOLT ACTION RIFLE WITH

SCOPE. Cal. 8x57. S# 736c. Bbl. 24" tapered rnd. w/ no provision for rear sight & gold bead front in ramp is marked w/ cal. at rear. Military Model 98 action w/ standard bottom metal has had trigger altered to single pull. Claw bases have been fitted. Capped pistol grip buttstock of plain European walnut measures 14 1/4" over ribbed plastic buttplate & features sm. right hand cheekpiece, nicely schnabeled tip & point pattern checkering at grip & forend. Rifle has been fitted w/ "Landlight" 4x scope w/ 3 post reticle & claw rings, rear w/ windage adj. CONDITION: good. Metal parts w/ most of an old reblue w/ some scattered light marks & freckling. A side mt. has been removed from action & holes have been plugged. Stock retains about 90% original finish w/ numerous light marks. Bore fairly dark w/ strong rifling. Action smooth. Scope w/ old refinish, optically good. (21-1939/MGM). MODERN. $300-500.

Lot: 1391 - SPORTERIZED 1909 ARGENTINE MAUSER CARBINE.

Cal. 7.65 ARG. S# A6379. Bbl. 22", fitted w/ tangent curve rear & military front sights. 1909 Action by DWM has been drilled & tapped for scope, otherwise is in original configuration including hinged floorplate w/ release in trigger guard bow. "Interarms" sporter stock w/ Monte Carlo right hand cheekpiece, checkering at grip & forend & plastic grip cap measures 14 1/4" over "Interarms" plastic buttplate. CONDITION: all major component numbers match. Metal w/ sprayed on black finish. Crest on receiver ring considerably worn, barely visible. Newer stock retains most of its original finish w/ some minor marks. Dark bore. Rifling evident. Mechanically good. (21-1935/MGM). CURIO. $200-400.

Lot: 1392 - SPORTERIZED 93 MAUSER BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

Cal. 444 Rimless. S# 08453. Bbl. 24" lightweight tapered rnd., fitted w/ tall sourdough bead in short ramp. Rear portion stamped "44 RIMLESS" & w/ initials "FRH". 1893 Type Mauser action w/ gas escape port on left side of receiver ring has S# on side wall. A Lyman 57 receiver sight has been fitted. Bolt w/ engine turned body has low scope safety installed. Bottom metal unaltered. Pistol grip walnut stock is fitted w/ Herters black rifle pad & has fancy pattern checkering at grip & forend. A Herters sling is installed in QD swivels. CONDITION: fine. Metal parts retaining bright & original blue as customized w/ flaking. Stock w/ nearly all of its original finish. Minor chip at bottom of grip. Bore is bright & shiny. Action appears to work. (21-2626/MGM). MODERN. $300-500.

Lot: 1393 - SPORTERIZED MODEL 98 MAUSER RIFLE WITH SCOPE.

Cal. 243 Win. S# 7186. Bbl. 24". Medium weight sporter bbl. has cal. marking at rear. Model 98 lg. ring action has receiver bridge taken down to allow for mounting of Weaver scope bases. Bolt handle has been lowered & swept & a low scope safety installed. Military bottom metal remains unaltered. Birch wood checkered pistol grip stock measures 14" over hard rubber buttplate & features Monte Carlo comb & detachable sling swivels. Rifle is mounted w/ Bushnell Banner 6-18x scope w/ duplex reticle in Weaver rings. Rifle comes w/ cobra type leather sling. CONDITION: bbl. & action w/ nearly all of an old reblue. Stock w/ old refinish, checkering considerably worn. Very good to fine bore. Action is smooth. Scope is fine w/ few fairly deep exterior marks, optically clear. (21-2466/MGM). MODERN. $400-600.

Lot: 1394 - MAUSER 98 SPORTERIZED BOLT ACTION RIFLE.

Cal. 22-250. S# 5429d. Bbl. 25" light sporter weight marked "L. O. STONE CO. / BIRMINGHAM MICH". Military action w/ replacement bolt handle for scope clearance. Bolt body, extractor & follower have custom jeweled finish. Commercial single stage trigger. Military bottom metal has narrowed trigger guard bow. J. Unertl 10x target scope w/ standard crosshairs on bbl. & receiver mounted blocks. Custom Monte Carlo cheekpiece stock of curly maple w/ fancy hand checkering. Features include a Neidner checkered steel buttplate, black plastic forearm tip & grip cap w/ white line spacers. Sling swivels & military style leather sling. CONDITION: bbl. & action have 80% custom blue showing spots of surface rust. Stock has worn finish showing handling marks w/ sm. chip at toe. Bright bore retains strong rifling. Front scope lens coating shows peeling. (21-3392/DS). MODERN. $350-500.

Lot: 1395 - US MODEL 1903 SPRINGFIELD SPORTERIZED BOLT ACTION

RIFLE. Cal. 30-06. S# 1301012. Bbl. 24" marked behind front sight "SA" "flaming bomb 6-31". 1903 Bolt w/ swept handle. Bolt handle is marked underneath w/ 3. Marked on top "N.S.". Lyman model 48 rear sight fitted on receiver bridge. Rifle retains original ladder sight graduated to 2850 yards. Blade front sight w/ US marked sight protector. Stamped lower band & swivel. Milled butt swivel. Stamped buttplate. Nickel plated oiler in butt. Walnut stock set w/ "C" type buttstock. Forend has been removed approx. 2 1/4" ahead of lower band. Balance of forend & upper band is not present. Handguard has been removed at forward edge of lower band. Retaining the area between band & rear sight. Stock has been given hobbyist gunsmith type refinish & carving along the top edge between bbl. band & rear of mag. Buttstock has added letters on right side "B.S." Compass installed on left side of butt. CONDITION: stock set has crazed appearance in the varnish finish w/ loss of wood inletted areas. Large missing chip on right side of receiver tang. Metal has 50% parkerized finish w/ light wear & scattered fine oxidation. Bbl. has lathe marks for approx. 6" beyond stock tip. Lyman sight has been mounted w/ Allen head screws. Lightly worn bore w/ appearance of frosting in grooves. (21-2609/RW). MODERN. $300-450.

Lot: 1396 - 2 MAUSER 98 SPORTER BOLT ACTION RIFLES.

1) 98 MAUSER CUSTOM. Cal. 243 Win. NSN. Bbl. 24" heavy sporter weight w/out sights. 98 Action w/ turned down bolt handle having checkered face. Added low swing safety. Military style floorplate & trigger guard. Single stage trigger. Bbl. & receiver have no marker's name or identification marks. Weaver K10-1, 10x40 gloss finished scope w/ AO & duplex reticle on 1 piece Leupold mts. Custom built sporter stock of nicely grained walnut w/ contrasting forearm tip & grip cap. LOP: 13 1/2" over Pachmayr Presentation rifle pad. WEIGHT w/ scope: 10 lbs., 15.6 oz. CONDITION: bbl. & action retain over 98% reblued finish. Stock has good satin finish. Bright near excellent bore. Scope has clear optics. (21-2743/DS). 2) FN 98 SUPREME. Cal. 7mm Rem. Mag. S# 2010. Bbl. 26" medium sporter weight w/out sights. Action features claw extractor, right side safety & hinged floorplate. Receiver rings have open holes for scope attachment. Single stage trigger. Monte Carlo cheekpiece walnut sporter stock w/ coarse hand checkering & sling swivels. LOP: 13 7/8" over solid black decelerator pad. CONDITION: over 97% blue showing sm. spots of finish loss on bbl. & front receiver ring. Stock has worn & peeling finish showing scattered scratches & marks. Bright bore retaining strong rifling. (21-2797/DS). BOTH MODERN. $900-1,400.

Lot: 1397 - 2 EUROPEAN MODEL 98 BOLT ACTION SPORTING RIFLES.

ALL: cal. 7x57. 1) FN 98 SPORTER. S# 32214. Bbl. 24" w/ ramp mounted bead front sight & island mounted U notch rear sight. Bbl. is numbered to match receiver. Commercial action w/ claw extractor, low swing safety & single stage trigger. Breech end of bbl.& rear ring are fitted w/ claw mt. bases for scope attachment. Straight comb cheekpiece walnut sporter stock w/ hand checkering, black plastic grip cap having stripper clip cut on left side of uncut receiver. LOP: 14" over plastic buttplate. Braided leather sling on original swivels. CONDITION: 90% lightly worn blue. stock has worn finish showing numerous scratches & marks. Bright bore retains strong rifling. (21-2767/DS). 2) EUROPEAN MAUSER 98 CUSTOM SPORTER. S# 7220. Bbl. 24" numbered to match the action. Ramp mounted bead front sight w/ island mounted express rear sight having 1 standing & 1 folding leaf. Unmarked military 98 action w/ stripper clip cut & stippled front ring. Turned down bolt handle, long extractor & commercial single stage trigger. Rifle retains its original matching numbered safety & military bottom metal. Hensholt & Wotzlar Dialytan 4x scope w/ 3 post European reticle on claw mts. Straight comb cheekpiece walnut sporter stock w/ hand checkering & black plastic grip cap. LOP: 14" over grooved plastic buttplate. Leather trimmed web sling on original swivels. CONDITION: bbl. & receiver retain 70% lightly worn blue. Reblued bottom metal. Stock has lightly worn finish showing scattered scratches & marks. Bright bore retains sound rifling. Scope has clear bright optics. (21-2769/DS). ALL MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1398 - 2 MILITARY MAUSER CUSTOM BUILT BOLT ACTION RIFLES.

1) FN 1895 URUGUAYAN. Cal. 7mm Mauser. S# 3306. Original military bbl. shortened to 22". Added front ramp w/ filler. Kowa 4x matte finished scope w/ post reticle on Buehler 1 piece base & rings. Model 95 action that cocks on closing. Jeweled bolt body & claw extractor, replaced bolt handle for scope clearance, low swing safety, commercial single stage trigger & original bottom metal. Full length Mannlicher Monte Carlo pistol grip stock of thin shell walnut showing figure w/ dark streaking. Wrist has point pattern hand checkering w/ matching checkering that wraps around forend. Steel nose cap, black plastic grip cap w/ white line spacer & swivels w/ military style leather sling. LOP: 14 1/4" over red ventilated Pachmayr pad & white line spacer. WEIGHT W/ SCOPE: 9 lbs., 1 oz. CONDITION: metal retains 98% custom reblued finish. Wood has very good oil type finish showing scattered sm. marks. Bore retains sound rifling. Scope has clear optics. (21-3062/DS). 2) DWM BRAZILIAN MODEL 1908 MAUSER. Cal. 7mm-08. S# B1384. Bbl. 22" light sporter weight w/out sights. Model 98 action w/ claw extractor retaining the Brazilian crest under Leupold scope bases. Features include finely jeweled body, feed rail & follower, w/ 3 position Model 70 type safety on custom shroud. Custom bolt handle for scope clearance w/ checkered ring on knob. Commercial single stage trigger. Original bottom metal has sculpted trigger guard bow w/ hand checkering on leading edge of floorplate. Classic style cheekpiece sporter stock of gloss finished nicely grained French walnut. Contrasting wood forearm tip & Niedner checkered steel grip cap. LOP: 13 5/8" solid brown Old English pad. WEIGHT: 7 lbs., 5 oz. CONDITION: over 98% finely polished custom blue. Stock has very good finish showing a few sm. handling marks. Bright near excellent bore. (21-3105/DS). ALL MODERN. $800-1,200.

Lot: 1399 - 2 SPORTERIZED MAUSER BOLT ACTION RIFLES.

ALL: cal. 7x57. 1) FN VENEZUELAN MAUSER SPORTERIZED . S# 020476. Original military bbl. shortened to 17 1/2" w/ reinstalled band mounted blade front sight & retaining original tangent rear sight. Long extractor action w/ replaced bolt handle for scope clear, low swing safety & commercial single stage trigger. Military floorplate has replacement extended button release. Simmons 3-9x40 gloss finished scope Widefield scope w/ duplex reticle. Burris 1 piece base & rings that cover the Venezuelan crest on front ring. Custom Mannlicher length straight comb cheekpiece sporter stock of fancy thin shell walnut. Features include steel tip, palm swell grip w/ contrasting wood grip cap & sling swivel in toeline. LOP: 13 7/8" over Neidner checkered steel buttplate. CONDITION: bbl. & receiver retain 70% dull reblued finish. Bottom metal has faded blue finish. Stock has rough finish showing scratches & marks. Bore has lightly worn rifling w/ slightly darkened grooves. Scope has clear optics w/ a dent in left side of tube forward of adjustments. (21-2753/DS). 2) MAUSER 98 SPORTER. Cal. 7x57. S# B236770. Bbl. 18 1/2" custom sporter weight. Williams adj. rear sight w/ Williams ramp & bead front sight. Model 98 action has no maker's name. Features include jeweled bolt body & extractor, low swing safety, commercial single stage trigger & custom trigger guard & hinged floorplate. Leupold M8-6x32 gloss finished scope w/ European 3 post reticle on QD mts. Schnabel tipped straight comb cheekpiece sporter stock of fancy thin shell walnut. LOP: 13 1/8" over Pachmayr thin black Presentation pad. Murray leather sling on QD swivels. CONDITION: bbl. & action retain 98% reblued finish. Stock has good satin finish showing sm. marks. Bright near excellent bore. Scope has clear optics. (21-2768/DS). ALL MODERN. $700-1,000

Lot: 1400 - 2 SPORTERIZED MILITARY RIFLES.

1) SPRINGFIELD 1898 KRAG SPORTERIZED BOLT ACTION. Cal. 30-40 Krag. S# 398867. Bbl. 24". Model 1898 Krag rifle modified by hobbyist gunsmith to sporter configuration. Receiver has Redfield receiver sight mounted on right side. Handmade blade front sight dovetailed into bbl. Handguard & original rear sight are not present. Lower band has been retained. Walnut stock shortened to extend approximately 2" beyond bbl. band. Smooth track buttplate. CONDITION: stock has been refinished w/ added gloss finish in most areas. Metal has thinning original blue finish turning gray. Bare worn bore turning dark in the grooves. (21-3087/RW). 2) SPORTERIZED MAUSER BANNER 98. Cal. 8x57 JS. S# 78712. Bbl. 24" stepped, has had original sights removed & a sporting type front ramp installed. Lg. ring 98 action has Mauser logo & “1934” on receiver ring. Side wall has “MAUSER-WERKE” marking. Loading clip ears have been removed & a Lyman 57 receiver sight has been installed. Bolt w/ polished body remains in military configuration as does bottom metal. A trigger shoe has been installed. All numbers match. Bbl. & action have been fitted w/ aftermarket American walnut sporter stock w/ white line spacers between wood & steel buttplate, as well as grip cap. Stock features Monte Carlo type right hand cheekpiece & checkering at grip & forend. CONDITION: metal parts retaining nearly all of an immersion reblue w/ some polishing distortion to numbers, etc. Stock retains most of its original finish. Bore appears to be bright & shiny, but is somewhat obscured by grease. Action is smooth. (21-3096/MGM). BOTH MODERN. $600-900.

Lot: 1401 - SWEDISH MODEL 96 & PERSIAN 98 MAUSER SPORTERIZED.

1) SWEDISH SPORTERIZED MODEL 96 CARBINE. Cal. 6.5x55. S# 41987. Bbl. 18 1/4", including attached bbl. extension. Numbers match on receiver, floorplate, buttplate & nosecap. Receiver is marked on ring w/ Swedish crown then “CARL GUSTAFS STADS GEVARSFAKTORI 1907”. Ladder rear sight graduated to 1600m, inverted V front sight, early nosecap made w/ out bayonet lug has protective ears. Rifle has been sporterized by forging bolt handle & altering bolt seat in stock & receiver. Safety is commercial type. Receiver has Leupold bases in rings & Leupold M8-4X compact scope w/ European type post & crosshair reticle. Walnut stock set. Buttstock retains condition disc on right side & retains original leather side sling. CONDITION: wood has been refinished w/ light wear & handling marks, as well as loss of wood in inletted areas. Marking disc is not properly inletted. Metal retains 75% original blue finish w/ light wear & scattered spots of oxidation. Optics appear clear & serviceable. Bore has worn lands turning dark in grooves. (21-2748/RW). 2) PERSIAN 98 MAUSER SPORTERIZED. Cal. 8mm Mauser. NSN. Bbl. Military bbl. shortened to 24" retaining its original tangent rear sight. Action has turned down bolt handle, low swing safety, commercial single stage trigger & military bottom metal. All visible markings are in Farsi. Action is fitted w/ Leupold 1 piece base & rings. Bell & Carlson Injection molded synthetic stock w/ black crinkle finish, pressed checkering & swivel bases. LOP: shortened to 13 3/4" over original solid black pad. CONDITION: 95% reblued finish showing some remaining pitting. Bore is bright w/ sharp rifling. (21-2853/DS). BOTH MODERN. $550-900.

Lot: 1402 - 3 BOLT ACTION RIFLES.

1) SPRINGFIELD 1898 KRAG. Cal. 30-40 Krag. S# 457483. Bbl. shortened to 22". Mag. assembly from right side & side plate on left are removed, leaving only the receiver, bolt & trigger assemblies remaining. Stock is cut to sporter length & fastened on forearm w/ black tape. Wrist & action areas of stock are thinned w/ a lg. added wood repair on left side below the front ring. CONDITION: bbl. retains 60% dull blue w/ wrench marks at breech end. Action has faded to gray. Wood show scratches & marks. Buttplate is ground showing areas of rust & deep pitting. Dark bore w/ lightly worn rifling. (21-3384/DS). 2) MAUSER 98 SPORTERIZED. Cal. 30-06. S# 2711q. Bbl. 22" light sporter weight unmarked custom. Military action w/ German eagle proof on left side of from ring. Low swing safety & replacement bolt handle for scope clearance. Commercial single stage trigger. Commercial alloy trigger guard & hinged floorplate. Universal 4x32 gloss finished scope w/ standard crosshairs on Redfield 1 piece base & rings. Straight comb cheekpiece walnut sporter stock w/ cut checkering, black plastic grip cap & swivel bases. LOP: 13 3/8" over White Line rifle pad. CONDITION: 90% custom blued finish showing spots of corrosion on bbl., action & bolt handle. Stock shows scattered scratches & marks. Bright bore w/ sharp rifling. Scope has clear optics. (21-3387/DS). 3) REMINGTON MODEL 1917. Cal. 30-06. S# 558519. Bbl. 26". Rem. mfg. w/ flaming bomb & "9-18" date. Protected blade front sight w/ receiver mounted ladder rear sight. Bolt assembly is not present. Walnut stock & handguard. CONDITION: 80% lightly faded blue. Sanded stock has a gloss refinish showing sm. handling marks. Bore has dark appearance w/ lightly worn rifling. (21-3389/DS). ALL MODERN. $400-600.

Lot: 1403 - 3 SPORTER STYLE BOLT ACTION RIFLES.

1) NAGOYA ARSENAL SPORTERIZED TYPE 99. Cal. 7.7 Jap. S# 50061. Bbl. shortened to 20 1/2" w/ added ramp mounted Lyman No. 4 ivory hunting front sight & Marbles sporting rear sight. Bolt handle is changed to butterknife style. Original stock has been altered to sporter configuration w/ several added pieces of wood in butt area. Other alterations include black forearm tip & grip cap, plastic buttplate & checkering. Right side of stock has partially legible owner's marking w/ series of dots. CONDITION: metal has faded to gray. Receiver shows sm. dents in area where mum should be. Stock has worn finish. Bore retains partially worn rifling. (21-1799/DS). 2) CARL GUSTAFS SPORTERIZED MODEL 96 MAUSER. Cal. 6.5x55. S# 164845. Bbl. 29" w/ original blade front sight & graduated leaf rear sight. Front receiver ring has 1905 date. Both receiver rings have added open holes for scope attachment. Bolt handle is turned down for scope clearance. Stock is shortened to sporter length & thinned w/ added Pachmayr pad. Nylon web sling on original swivels. CONDITION: 80% blue showing spots of freckling. Stock shows scattered scratches & marks. Bolt handle weld is cracking. Bore retains strong rifling w/ darkening in grooves. (21-1841/DS). 3) HUSQVARNA M98 SPORTING. Cal. 30-06. S# 149604. Bbl. 24" w/ ramp mounted bead front sight & elevator adj. sporting rear sight. Leupold VARI-X IIc 2-7x32 gloss finished scope w/ standard crosshairs on Weaver mts. Monte Carlo cheekpiece walnut sporter stock w/ hand checkering, plastic grip cap & swivel bases. Cheekpiece is dished to fit shooter's face. LOP: 13 1/4" over aftermarket Dupont neoprene pad. CONDITION: 80% blue showing carry wear. Refinished stock shows numerous scratches, marks & dents w/ sm. crack behind top tang. Bore retains lightly worn intact rifling. Scope has clear optics. (21-1852/DS). ALL MODERN. $350-550.

Lot: 1404 - SPORTERIZED MODEL 96 CARL GUSTAF MAUSER RIFLE.

Cal. 6.5x55 (muzzle centerboard). S# HK109957. Bbl. 18 1/2", fitted w/ ramp front sight. 1896 type, small ring action has "Carl Gustaf" marked on receiver ring. Weaver scope bases have been fitted & bridge has been drilled & tapped for receiver sight. Matching numbered bolt has handle bent for scope use. Matching bottom metal is retained. Trigger guard bow is slimmed. Cut down original stock retains steel buttplate w/ matching number. Rifle is mounted w/ Koll Morgen "BEAR CUB" 2 3/4X scope w/ crosshair reticle in Weaver rings. A brown leather sling is attached. CONDITION: good. Metal parts retaining over 90% reblue w/ details slightly distorted from polishing. Stock w/ most of oil refinish after shaping has sling attachment area filled w/ plastic wood. Scope is fine, optically just a touch clouded. Good to fine bore, somewhat dark. Mechanically good. (21-1181/MGM). CURIO. $150-250.

Lot: 1405 - 4 AMERICAN LONGARMS.

1) REMINGTON MODEL 12-C PARTS RIFLE. Cal. 22 S, L, LR. S# 112530. Bbl. 24" oct. w/ bead front sight & screw adj. rear sight. Incomplete parts rifle. Missing parts include breech block, & forearm screw. Tubular mag. is present. Grooved walnut slide handle & straight grip stock w/ crescent steel buttplate. CONDITION: exterior shows heavy rust & pitting. Forearm shows wear. Stock is cracked through head & loose on frame. Dark pitted bore. (21-3140/DS). 2) IVER JOHNSON MODEL X SAFETY BOLT RIFLE. Cal. 22 S, L, LR. S# 25674. Bbl. 22" rnd. Replacement bead front sight & sporting rear sight. Single shot action w/ manually operated cocking piece. Schnabel tipped hardwood stock w/ plain steel buttplate. CONDITION: metal finish has faded to brown patina. Bolt handle is weld reattached to bolt showing a sm. crack. Wood has worn finish w/ dents & scratches having lg. chip along right side of action. Bright bore w/ sound rifling. (21-3212/DS). 3) AMERICAN GUN CO. SXS SHOTGUN. Cal. 16 Ga. S# 141618. Bbls. 29 1/2" of Fluid Steel. Fixed Mod. & Full chokes. Case colored side lock action w/ dbl. triggers & extractors. Left lock plate has retailer marking 'BELLMORE GUN CO". Splinter forearm & pistol grip checkered walnut stock w/ original buttplate. CONDITION: exterior of bbls. have heavy surface rust w/ gash on right bbl. at front of chamber. Action shows some finish in protected areas w/ general surface rust & pitting. Bores are dark & heavily pitted. Wood & stock have age darkened worn appearance & is badly broken in wrist & head areas held together w/ cord. Tang screw is missing. Top lever spring is weak. (21-3214/DS). 4) IVER JOHNSON EXCEL SINGLE SHOTGUN. Cal. 20 Ga., 2 3/4". 75151XG. Bbl. 26 1/8" w/ fixed Mod. choke & steel bead. Case colored top lever exposed hammer action. Hardwood forearm & rnd. knob stock. LOP: 13 7/8" over owl's head buttplate. CONDITION: 70% dull bbl. blue fading to brown showing surface corrosion. Action shows 50% light case colors fading to brown in carry areas. Wood is heavily sanded & refinished. Stock has a sm. chip left of top tang w/ a crack extending from trigger guard tang. Buttplate is chipped at toe. Good bright bore. (21-3216/DS). ALL CURIO. $150-300.

Lot: 1406 - 3 ILLINOIS CALLS BY PERDEW, ALLEN & OLT.

1) PERDEW 5" CEDAR CROW CALL marked "Charles H. Perdew, Henry Ill" & "PATENTED NOVEMBER 2. 1909" around body. Base of reed is painted black. Body w/ decorative turnings. Base w/ German silver band. 2) DUCK CALL BY F.A. ALLEN marked "MONMOUTH ILL." on tin plated copper end. Turned body. 3) BLACK HARD RUBBER PREDATOR CALL BY P.S. OLT, Pekin, Illinois. Marked "PAT. APPLIED FOR". CONDITION: all good w/ moderate wear. (02-15423-2/MGM). $300-1,000.

Lot: 1407 - LARGE GROUP WINCHESTER MODEL 12, 42 & 97 STOCKS,

FOREARMS & RECOIL PADS. 31 MODEL 12 STOCKS. Including: 2 Duck Gun stocks w/ lead & solid red pads, 5 late style full pistol grip full length, 11 late style pistol grip shortened, 4 early style pistol grip shortened, 3 checkered aftermarket stocks, 1 plain aftermarket stock, 1 - 12 Ga. Skeet stock of fancy checkered wood w/ pad & extension, 1 brown Hydra-Coil stock & forearm & 3 broken stocks. 4 MODEL 42 STOCKS. Including: 1 straight grip Skeet w/ added wood extension, 1 Field full length w/ buttplate, 1 Field full length repaired toe & 1 Field shortened. 3 MODEL 97 STOCKS. Including: 2 Black Diamond trap checkered PG shortened, 1 Field non factory replacement. MODEL 12 FOREARMS. Including: 1 - 12 Ga. checkered beavertail target, 1 - 20 Ga. aftermarket beavertail B carved, 13 - 12 Ga. sm. rnd grooved, 5 flat bottom grooved, 11 - 12 Ga. lg. rnd. grooved, 3 - 20/16 Ga. sm. rnd grooved, 6 - 20/16 Ga. flat bottom grooved, 1 - 20/16 Ga. lg. rnd. grooved, 9 aftermarket forearms, most checkered, 1 - 20/16 Ga. unfinished semi inletted & 3 broken forearms. MODEL 42 FORENDS. Including: 1 sm. rnd grooved, 4 flat bottom grooved, 1 aftermarket beavertail Skeet checkering. RECOIL PADS. Including: 2 Jostam sponge rubber pads in original boxes, 1 used Hawkin pad in box, 1 High Gun pad in Jostam box, 3 used Red Head pads, other used pads 1 each of Ranger, Westernfield, Gun pad, Mossberg & Browning & 20 used Pachmayr pads, CONDITION: all forearms & stocks are used in fair to very good condition. Hydra-Coil stock lacks pressure. (02-15389/DS). $1,500-2,500.

Lot: 1408 - 20 WINCHESTER M12 & 2 REMINGTON M17 BARRELS.

1) MODEL 12. Cal. 20 Ga., 2 3/4". Nickel Steel cut to 22 1/4" w/ brass front bead. Original choke marking "FULL" Number on extension "436717". CONDITION: 80% reblued finish showing marks & spots of pitting. Bore is generally good showing some fouling. 2) MODEL 12. Cal. 20 Ga., 2 3/4". Winchester Proof Steel w/ solid rib cut to 26 1/8" over aftermarket Aluminum Cutts w/ spreader tube. Original

Lot: 1409 - VINTAGE 2 3/4" TUBE COMPACT RIFLE SCOPES.

1) WEAVER J4 RIFLE SCOPE W/ 3/4" STEEL TUBE. Although thought of as rimfire scopes, they had enough eye relief & internal strength to be used as high power rifle scopes. Introduced ca. 1947. Taper post reticle. 2) REDFIELD SPORTSTER RIMFIRE SCOPE. 2 3/4X w/ standard crosshair reticle. Standard eye relief. CONDITION: scopes are in very good condition w/ light high point wear & scattered, tiny scratches. Weaver scope optics are slightly cloudy but serviceable. Redfield scope has replacement plastic windage cap. Optics are clear & serviceable. (02-15928/RW). $200-300.

Lot: 1410 - 2 LEUPOLD BR-36X BENCH REST RIFLE SCOPES.

Scopes are "golden ring scope" marked BR-36X. Only 1 scope has paperwork. Scopes are equipped w/ 2 sets of windage & elevation dials. The compact set has numbers every 3 minutes & the larger set has numbers at 1 minute intervals. Both sets of dials provided 1/4 minute, visual & audible clicks. 15 Minutes of adjustment per revolution. Scopes have locking AO. Both have eye shades. CONDITION: both scopes appear as new in the box. Boxes have light wear & scuffing at corners & edges. Optics appear very clear. (02-15931/RW). $700-1,000.

Lot: 1411 - 2 LEUPOLD VARI-X III 4.5X14 RIFLE SCOPES.

Both scopes have 1" tubes. 1) Gloss black. Heavy duplex reticle. AO w/ original box & instruction pamphlet. 2) Matte finish. Taper crosshair reticle. Shipping box is marked "heavy duplex". Includes instruction pamphlet. Scope has set of imported rings for weaver bases. CONDITION: both scopes near excellent condition. Boxes have very light edge & corner wear. (02-15932/RW). $600-900.

Lot: 1412 - 2 LEUPOLD 4X GOLDEN RING EXTENDED EYE RELIEF

SCOPES. Both 1" tubes. Both duplex reticles. 1 Is silver color finish & 1 is gloss black. Both have boxes & paperwork. CONDITION: scopes near excellent condition. Boxes have light handling wear. Optics are clear & serviceable. (02-15933/RW). $450-600.

Lot: 1413 - ATN ARIES NIGHT VISION RIFLE SCOPE.

The Aries nightscope is a popular 1st generation night sight. It was an early offering for the more compact size over the enormous footprint that earlier scopes necessitated. It is attached w/ a standard picatinny rail via 6" integral scope mount. The overall sight, not counting the eyepiece & mount measures only 9 1/2" in length. It utilizes a red on green reticle system & 2.5x magnification. Power is derived through the popular 123A 3 Volt Lithium Battery. It is accessorized w/ IR Illuminator to enhance its performance, also powered by a single 123A lithium battery. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: anti-fog treatments, lense cloth, 2 adj. wrenches. CONDITION: outward appearances indicate very little use. Only a few tiny scratches on the surface which may have been earned in storage. Glass appears clear & free of any major defect & it appears to function correctly. (02-15704/JZ). $275-375.

Lot: 1414 - WWII GERMAN PATTERN 1933 SS DAGGER.

Overall length: 14 3/4". A fine example of the classic Pattern 1933 SS dagger w/ blade etched “Meine Ehre Heisst Treue”. Blade is marked at the ricasso, “GOTTLIEB HAMMESFAHR (pyramid) SOLINGEN - FOCHE”. Nickel silver crossguard stamped “III” on the reverse. Black wood grip w/ nickel silver eagle & enameled SS button. Black anodized scabbard w/ nickel silver mounts. Dagger is complete w/ vertical hanger & belt loop. CONDITION: blade shows primarily scabbard wear. Hilt shows light wear w/ some minor chipping to the edges near the crossguards. Scabbard has 2 very shallow, sm. dents & finish is 98%. Hanger is strong & pliable. (02-15612-3/BF). $1,800-2,800.

Lot: 1415 - WWII GERMAN NAVY DAGGER WITH HANGER & 2

DESK MEDALS. 1) DAGGER. Overall length: 16 1/2". Blade is etched over 2/3 of its length w/ various nautical & foliate motifs. Ricasso is stamped, “E.u.f. HORSTER (logo) SOLINGEN”. Gilded brass hilt. Wire wrapped composite white grip. Correctly tied dagger knot. Gilded brass scabbard w/ dagger hanger. CONDITION: blade shows areas of original factory polish w/ spots of oxidation near the tip. Crossguard & pommel show areas of original gilding. Grip is undamaged & wire is complete. Knot is a bit frayed close to the knot itself. Scabbard shows traces of original gilding & has a few shallow dents. Hanger is complete but has lost most of the gilded finish off the swivels & the buckles. 2) MEDAL. An interesting WWII German desk medal award measuring 3 3/4" in diameter. The front features a German eagle w/ a grape vine & bare breasted woman reclining w/ a child near her feet. The rim reads, “REICHSPARTEITAG 1939”. The reverse reads, “N.S. KAMPFSPIELE 1939 ZWEITER PLATZ”, which roughly translates to “FIGHTING GAMES SECOND PLACE”. Medal is housed in a 5" square leatherette case. CONDITION: medal shows no wear but has a lightly oxidized finish. Case shows moderate wear w/ a detached rear spine. 3) MEDAL. An interesting WWII German desk medal award measuring 3 3/4" in diameter. The front features a German eagle w/ a grape vine & bare breasted woman reclining w/ a child near her feet. The rim reads, “REICHSPARTEITAG 1939”. The reverse reads, “ N.S. KAMPFSPIELE 1939 DRITTER PLATZ”, which roughly translates to “FIGHTING GAMES THIRD PLACE”. Medal is housed in a 5" square leatherette case. CONDITION: medal shows no wear but has a lightly oxidized finish. Case shows moderate wear w/ a detached rear spine. (02-15882/BF). $900-1,200.

Lot: 1416 - WWII GERMAN NSKK DAGGER.

Overall length: 14 7/8". A very nice example of an NSKK dagger w/ blade etched “Alles fur Deutchland”. Blade is marked at the ricasso, “RZM M 7/5”. Nickel silver crossguard. Brown wood grip w/ aluminum eagle & enameled SA button. Black enameled scabbard w/ nickel silver mounts. Dagger is complete w/ hanger & belt loops. CONDITION: blade shows primarily scabbard wear w/ some light discoloration. Hilt & scabbard show light wear. Hanger & belt loop are quite solid. (02-15612-2/BF). $800-1,100.

Lot: 1417 - WWII GERMAN NAVAL DAGGER.

Overall length: 16 1/2". Blade is marked, “(squirrel) ORIGINAL EICKHORN SOLINGEN”. Blade is etched w/ naval & foliate motifs. Gilded brass crossguard & pommel. Wire wrapped white composite grip. Gilded brass scabbard of standard Navy design. CONDITION: blade shows areas of original factory polish. Crossguard & pommel retain traces of original gilding. Grip & wire are undamaged. Scabbard has a few minor shallow dents & retains areas of original gilding. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15448-3/BF). $600-800.

Lot: 1418 - E&F HORSTER WWII GERMAN LUFTWAFFE

DAGGER. Overall length: 16 7/8". Blade is marked, “E.&F HORSTER (logo) SOLINGEN”. Aluminum crossguard & pommel. Dark orange wire wrapped grip. Plated scabbard w/ aluminum rings. CONDITION: blade shows primarily scabbard wear. Crossguard, ferrule, pommel & grip show light wear. Scabbard has approx. 85% original finish. (02-15186/BF). $500-700.

Lot: 1419 - WWII GERMAN DAGGER HANGER & REFERENCE BOOKS.

1) WWII GERMAN RAD ENLISTED HEWER HANGER. A correct & complete hanger that has all leather & metal parts intact. Metal has a light gray finish with all springs functioning. Leather has a black finish overall w/ the exception of the reverse of the uniform pad which is brown. CONDITION: hanger shows light overall wear & is quite sound. (02-15611-1/BF). 2) BOOKS. This lot consists of 2 books titled, “Collecting Edged Weapons of the Third Reich, Volume 2” & “Collecting Edged Weapons of the Third Reich, Volume 4”. Both works are written by Lt. Col. Thomas M. Johnson & are must haves for the dagger collector. CONDITION: books are well used w/ tears to the paper covers. Books themselves show light wear. (02-15611-4/BF). 3) BOOKS. This group of books includes “German Combat Badges of the Third Reich”, “Foreman’s Guide to Third Reich German Awards & Their Values”, “The Lost Ships of Guadalcanal”, “German & Allied Secret Weapons of WWII”, “Mauser Rifles”, “Third Reich Edged Weapons & Accoutrements” & “Infiltration” by Albert Speer. CONDITION: all books show light wear. (02-15615/BF). $400-600.

Lot: 1420 - 2 WWII GERMAN SA DAGGERS.

1) GROUND ROHM. Overall length: 14 1/2". A nice example of a ground Rohm presentation SA dagger. Blade is etched “Alles fur Deutchland” & is marked at the ricasso, “CARL EICKHORN SOLINGEN (squirrel)”. Crossguard is stamped, “WM” on the backside & “2” on the underside. Brown wood grip w/ nickel silver eagle & enameled SA button. Brown painted scabbard w/ nickel silver mounts. Dagger is complete w/ hanger & belt loops. There is an extra hanger attached to the belt loop. Top of grip has a snap on loop w/ another belt hanger. CONDITION: blade shows light wear w/ a few tiny nicks to the blade. Upper right quadrant of Eickhorn mark is erased from removal of the Rohm inscription. Grip shows light wear. Scabbard shows light wear w/ 1 sm. shallow dent & a few specks of paint loss. Hangers & belt loops are solid. 2) STANDARD SA. Overall length: 14 5/8". A fine example of an early SA dagger w/ blade etched “Alles fur Deutchland”. Blade is marked at the ricasso, “C. REMSCHEID & CO REMEVE SOLINGEN – AUFDERHOHE”. Crossguard is stamped, “WM” on the backside. Brown wood grip w/ nickel silver eagle & enameled SA button. Brown anodized scabbard w/ nickel silver mounts. Dagger is complete w/ hanger & belt loops. Top of grip has a snap on loop w/ another belt hanger. CONDITION: blade has a light gray finish & visible scabbard wear. Hilt shows light wear. Scabbard has sm. areas of oxidation on the scabbard body. All hangers are solid. (02-15612-1/BF). $1,100-1,400.

Lot: 1421 - 2 WWII GERMAN LUFTWAFFE DAGGERS.

1) SECOND MODEL. Overall length: 16 1/2". This example of a 2nd Model Luftwaffe dagger was likely assembled after the war from parts & sold to an occupying GI. Blade is unmarked. Aluminum crossguard & pommel. Wire wrapped cream colored grip w/ wooden core covered by composite material. Plated scabbard. CONDITION: blade has a light gray finish & shows evidence of cleaning. The Party symbol has been broken off the Luftwaffe eagle crossguard. The grip has several age cracks but the wire is complete. Scabbard shows moderate to heavy wear but is intact. (02-15068/BF). 2) FIRST MODEL. Overall length: 19 1/4". Blade marked, “(king)SMF SOLINGEN”. Aluminum pommel & crossguard w/ gold mobile Party symbols. Blue leather grip w/ wire wrap. Aluminum mounted blue leather covered scabbard. CONDITION: blade has a light gray finish & shows evidence of cleaning. The gold finish is worn off of the Party symbol on the pommel. Grip shows light wear. Scabbard shows light overall wear. (02-15099/BF). $700-1,000.

Lot: 1422 - 2 WWII GERMAN DAGGERS.

1) RAD HEWER. Overall length: 15 3/4". Blade is marked, “RJAD” in triangle & “GES. GESCH.”. Plated hilt w/ eagle effigy pommel. 2 Piece horn grips. Black enameled metal scabbard w/ plated mounts. CONDITION: blade appears to have been buffed & chrome plated. Hilt & scabbard mounts also appear to have been chrome plated. Scabbard body has likely been repainted black. 2) NAVY. Overall length: 16 1/2". Blade is marked, “F.W. HOLLER SOLINGEN (thermometer)”. Blade is etched w/ naval & foliate motifs. Crossguard & pommel appear to be plated white metal. Wire wrapped, off white colored grip. Gilded brass scabbard of standard Navy design. CONDITION: blade appears to have been heavily buffed nearly removing the maker’s mark & erasing some of the etching. Crossguard & pommel have also been buffed removing much of the gilding. Grip is cracked near the base & pommel does not tighten properly making entire hilt loose. Scabbard has a few very shallow dents & is missing 1 screw. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15448-2/BF). $500-700.

Lot: 1423 - 2 WWII GERMAN EDGED WEAPONS.

1) ARMY DAGGER. Overall length: 15 1/2". Blade is marked at the ricasso, “F.W. HOLLER SOLINGEN (thermometer)”. Plated crossguard, pommel & ferrule. Orange grip & correctly tied dagger knot. Plated scabbard w/ original Army hangers attached. CONDITION: blade shows areas of original factory polish w/ light scabbard wear. Entire hilt, scabbard & hangers show light wear. 2) ARMY DRESS BAYONET. Overall length: 14". Plain single fuller blade marked, “F.W. HOLLER SOLINGEN (thermometer)”. Plated guard & pommel. 2 Piece black composite grips. Black enameled metal scabbard. CONDITION: blade shows areas of factory polish. There are sm. areas of plating missing from the guard & the top of the pommel. Scabbard retains nearly all of its finish. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15448-5/BF). $500-700.

Lot: 1424 - 3 WWII GERMAN LUFTWAFFE DAGGERS.

1) 1ST MODEL. Overall length: 19 1/8". Plain blade marked, “PAUL WEYERSBERG & CO SOLINGEN (logo)”. Silver plated guard & pommel w/ gilded mobile Party symbol. Wire wrapped, blue leather grip. Blue leather covered scabbard has silver plated mounts & original hanging chain. CONDITION: blade shows areas of original factory polish. Guard & pommel show some tarnish. Grip leather is a bit worn. Wire is complete. Scabbard has some losses to the leather particularly at the lower edge. 2) 2ND MODEL. Overall length: 16 1/2". Plain blade marked, “(knight’s head) WKC SOLINGEN”. Aluminum crossguard & pommel. Aluminum wire wrapped yellow grip. Knot attached to the handle. Plated scabbard. Correct Luftwaffe hangers. CONDITION: blade has areas of original factory polish. Entire hilt, knot, scabbard & hanger show light wear. 3) 2ND MODEL. Overall length: 8 7/8". An interesting miniature Luftwaffe dagger w/ blade engraved “June 6th 1945 Solingen-Germany”. Ricasso is marked, “(king)SMF SOLINGEN” & “D.R.G.M.”. Aluminum crossguard & pommel. Orange grip, no wire. No scabbard. CONDITION: dagger shows light wear overall. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15448-1/BF). $1,000-1,400.

Lot: 1425 - 4 GERMAN SWORDS & A VETERAN’S CANE.

1) SWORD. Overall length: 38 1/4". Blade length: 31 3/4". A WWII German Army sword w/ a plain, single fullered blade marked at the ricasso, “(puma) PUMA SOLINGEN” on 1 side & “NO 3” on the other side. Gilded brass hilt w/ WWII eagle on crossguard. Oak leaf embellished backstrap & knuckle bow. Wire wrapped black composite grip. Green leather knot w/ red & white acorn. Black enameled scabbard w/ leather hanger. CONDITION: blade shows areas of original factory polish. Hilt retains most of its original gilding. Scabbard finish is 95%. 2) SWORD. Overall length: 40 1/4". Blade length: 34 1/2". A WWI era German sword w/ a plain single fullered blade marked at the ricasso, “ROBERT KLASS (2 storks) SOLINGEN”. Plated hilt w/ bird’s head pommel. Wire wrapped black composite grip. Gray leather sword knot w/ green & silver bullion acorn. Black enamel scabbard w/ leather hanger. CONDITION: blade shows areas of original factory polish. Hilt retains all of its original plating. Knot has a break. Scabbard retains 75% original finish. 3) SWORD. Overall length: 37 1/2". Blade length: 31 1/2". A WWI era German cavalry officer’s sword w/ a plain, single fullered blade marked under the ricasso. Lion head pommel w/ red eyes. Embellished backstrap & knuckle bow w/ crossed sabers on the languet. Wire wrapped, black composite grip. Veteran’s sword knot attached. Black lacquered scabbard w/ black hanger. CONDITION: blade has a somewhat mottled finish. Hilt has scattered oxidation. Scabbard retains 70% original finish w/ 1 notable dent. 4) SWORD. Overall length: 40 1/2". Blade length: 33 1/2". A WWII era Italian naval officer’s sword. Blade is etched over 1/3 of its length w/ various naval & foliate motifs. Gilded brass hilt w/ lion’s head pommel, eagle head quillon & fish scale decorated guard. Wire wrapped, white painted grip. Post war yellow sword knot attached. Black leather scabbard w/ gilded brass mounts. CONDITION: blade has a light gray finish. Hilt retains most of its original gilded finish. Grip shows light wear. Scabbard has the tip detached but present. 5) CANE. Overall length: 36 3/4". Cane has black, red & white woven material around the body & has a red, white & black wrap w/ blue & white tassels likely for Bavaria. There is a metal tip cap & the bust of a German soldier forms the cane’s pommel. Around the base of the bust are written the words, “RESERVE HAT RUE”. CONDITION: cane shows light wear overall. (02-15610/BF). $800-1,200.

Lot: 1426 - 4 WWII GERMAN DAGGERS.

1) LUFTWAFFE. Overall length: 16 3/4". Unmarked blade. Aluminum crossguard & pommel. Wire wrapped yellow composite grip. Plated scabbard. CONDITION: blade shows some areas of factory polish. Mounts show expected wear. Grip has a crack & sm. loss near the ferrule. Wire is complete. Scabbard shows light wear. 2) LUFTWAFFE. Overall length: 17". Blade marked “RICH A. HERDER SOLINGEN”. Aluminum crossguard & pommel. Wire wrapped yellow composite grip. Plated scabbard. CONDITION: blade has spotty water damage & nicks to the edge. Mounts show moderate wear. Hilt is a bit loose. Grip has significant losses at the top & bottom. Scabbard body is very oxidized. 3) ARMY. Overall length: 15 1/2". Unmarked blade. Plated mounts. White grip likely of post war mfg. Plated scabbard. Complete w/ knot. CONDITION: blade shows very light wear. Mounts have tarnish & a bit of oxidation. Grip shows numerous sm. drying cracks. Scabbard has some loss of finish. Knot shows light wear. 4) ARMY. Overall length: 14 1/2". A relic dagger that may be excavated. No scabbard. CONDITION: blade has a dark patina w/ pitting. Mounts are oxidized & pitted. Grip has significant wear & staining. No scabbard. (02-14486/BF). $700-900.

Lot: 1427 - 5 WWII GERMAN BAYONETS.

1) POLICE DRESS. Overall length: 19 1/8". Blade length: 13". Blade marked, “(knight’s head) WKC”. Oak leaf decorated guard w/ stylized eagle pommel. 2 Piece horn grip w/ police eagle attached. Leather scabbard w/ plated mounts including leather frog. CONDITION: blade has a light gray finish w/ minor pitting at the extreme tip. Hilt shows light wear. Scabbard shows moderate wear. (02-15218/BF). 2) M1898/05 SAWBACK. Overall length: 20 1/4". Blade length: 14 1/2". Sawback blade marked, “(logo) J.CORTS SOHN REMSCHEID”. Iron hilt w/ 2 piece wood grips. Iron scabbard complete w/ leather frog. CONDITION: blade appears quite nice but could use a cleaning. Hilt & scabbard show light to moderate overall wear. (02-15247/BF). 3) ARMY DRESS. Overall length: 12 1/2". Blade length: 7 3/4". Blade marked, “ORIGINAL (squirrel) EICKHORN SOLINGEN”. Plated hilt w/ 2 piece composite grips. No scabbard. CONDITION: blade shows original factory polish. Hilt shows very light wear. 4) ARMY DRESS. Overall length: 15 5/8". Blade length: 10". Blade marked, “(puma head) PUMA SOLINGEN”. Plated hilt. 2 Piece composite grip. This dress bayonet is housed in a standard issue K98 bayonet scabbard & frog. CONDITION: bayonet shows light wear overall. Scabbard & frog show moderate wear overall. 5) EUROPEAN. Overall length: 15 1/2". Blade length: 9 3/4". Bayonet features a blued blade w/ Cyrillic writing at the ricasso & “44”. Blued crossguard & pommel w/ 2 piece wood grips. Iron scabbard w/ leather frog. Both scabbard & bayonet have serial numbers but they do not match. CONDITION: very light wear overall. (02-15257(3)/BF). $700-900.

Lot: 1428 - WW2 GERMAN BOOT KNIFE BY PUMA.

Overall length: 10 1/4". Blade length: 5 1/2". A nice example of a WWII German fighting knife or boot knife. Blade is marked at the ricasso, “LaGUSSTAHL PUMA SOLIGNEN”. There is a rudimentary metal guard w/ a leather washer. 2 Piece composite grip w/ 3 pins attaching on each side. Black enamel sheath w/ spring clip. CONDITION: knife shows light wear overall. There does appear to be a bit of sharpening to the edge. (02-14934/BF). $200-350.

Lot: 1429 - WWII GERMAN LUFTWAFFE SWORD.

Overall length: 40 1/4". Blade length: 28 1/2". Blade has a central fuller for the first 9 3/4” of its length. Blade marked, “F. & A. HELBIG GAEFLER STEINBACH K&M” w/ a “(eagle)5” stamp. Aluminum hilt. Wire wrapped, blue leather grip. Blue leather covered scabbard w/ aluminum mts. CONDITION: blade has a light gray finish & would benefit from a cleaning. Crossguard & pommel have had the Party symbols accentuated, possibly w/ a felt tip marker. Grip & scabbard show light overall wear. Blade fits very tightly into the scabbard. (02-15227/BF). $500-750.

Lot: 1430 - 2 WWII GERMAN ARMY SWORDS.

1) Overall length: 39 1/2". Blade length: 33 1/8". Single fullered plain blade marked at the ricasso, “(knight’s head) WKC”. Gilded brass hilt w/ lion’s head pommel. Lion has red eyes. Heavily embellished backstrap, knuckle bow & crossguard featuring an applied silver WWII German eagle grasping a Party symbol. Reproduction black & silver sword knot attached. Enameled dark brown scabbard. CONDITION: blade shows substantial original factory polish. Hilt shows light overall wear. Scabbard may be repainted. 2) Overall length: 37 5/8". Blade length: 32". Single fullered plain blade marked at the ricasso, “ORIGINAL (squirrel) EICKHORN SOLINGEN”. Gilded brass hilt w/ lion pommel featuring red eyes. Embellished backstrap, knuckle bow & crossguard w/ cast in WWII German eagle w/ Party symbol on the languet. Reproduction sword knot attached. Black enameled scabbard. CONDITION: blade shows substantial original factory polish. Hilt shows light wear. Scabbard retains 85% of black enamel finish. (02-15262/BF). $500-800.

Lot: 1431 - 2 WWII GERMAN ARMY SWORDS.

1) Overall length: 39 1/2". Blade length: 33 1/2". Plain single fullered blade marked at the ricasso, “W. & L. SCHEBBEN UNIFORMEN AACHEN”. Gilded pot metal hilt featuring a lion pommel w/ red eyes. Embellished backstrap, knuckle bow & crossguard w/ WWII German eagle & Party symbol. Reproduction sword knot attached. Black enameled scabbard. CONDITION: blade shows substantial original factory polish. Hilt shows minor wear & some discoloration to the finish. 1 Eye is missing. Scabbard has approx. 85% original finish. 2) Overall length: 39”. Blade length: 33 1/2". Plain single fullered blade marked at the ricasso, “(squirrel)ORIGINAL EICKHORN SOLINGEN”. Gilded brass hilt w/ bird head pommel. Oak leaves & acorns decorate the backstrap, knuckle bow & crossguard. A WWII German eagle w/ Party symbol adorns the languet. Dark brown painted scabbard. CONDITION: blade shows original factory polish. Hilt retains traces of original gilded finish mixed w/ patinated brass. Scabbard may have been repainted. (02-15265/BF). $500-700.

Lot: 1432 - 3 WWII GERMAN SWORDS.

1) Overall length: 39 3/4". Blade length: 35". Single fullered, plain unmarked blade. Gilded brass hilt w/ bird’s head pommel. Oak leaf embellished backstrap & knuckle bow. There is a WWII German eagle & Party symbol on the languet. Wire wrapped composite grip. No scabbard. CONDITION: blade has an overall cleaned, light gray finish. Hilt shows traces of original gilding & light general wear. (02-15213/BF). 2) Overall length: 43 1/2". Blade length: 35 1/2". Single fullered blade marked at the ricasso, “PAUL WEYERSBERG & CO (sword) SOLINGEN”. First third of the blade engraved w/ foliate & military motifs including 2 lg. WWII German eagles. Plain nickeled bird’s head pommel hilt. Composite wire wrapped grip. A reproduction green & silver bullion sword knot is attached. Black enameled iron scabbard. CONDITION: blade shows original factory polish. Hilt shows light wear. Scabbard may be lightly repainted. (02-15219/BF). 3) Overall length: 37 1/2". Blade length: 31". Plain, single fullered unmarked blade. Brass lion’s head pommel hilt w/ oak leaf embellished backstrap & knucklebow. Crossguard has a WWII German eagle on the languet. Composite wire wrapped grip. Black painted iron scabbard. We believe this sword is likely of post WWII mfg. CONDITION: blade shows very light wear. Hilt shows light wear but is poorly cast. Grip appears to be reinforced w/ epoxy. Scabbard has been repainted. (02-15259/BF). $700-1,000.

Lot: 1433 - WWII GERMAN TENO SENIOR NCO VISOR CAP.

This cap features a black wool body w/ black & silver bullion piping. Hat cord is similar black & silver piping terminated w/ pebbled finish buttons. Cap wreath is typical TENO laurel leaves & berries w/ central cockade. The cap has a police eagle rather than the normally seen TENO eagle but the police eagle appears to have been there for the life of the hat. Hard leather like visor. Brown leather sweatband. Sweatshield covers silver embossing showing the TENO eagle over the words, “Nach Vorschrift Reichsamt Technische Nothilfe” & “EREL BERLIN SONDERKLASSE”. CONDITION: hat generally shows light wear overall. Visor is slightly detached on 1 end. Sweatband shows moderate wear. (02-15657/BF). $1,200-1,600.

Lot: 1434 - WWII GERMAN FORESTRY UNIFORM.

This uniform is for the German Forestry Service. The rank insignia indicates ownership by an entry level forest ranger. The uniform is forest green w/ deep green collar, collar tabs, shoulder boards & piping. Collar tabs have a bullion border w/ 2 sm. bullion oak leaves in the center of each. Plain emerald green shoulder boards w/ silver acorn in center of top. There is a shooting lanyard attached to each shoulder. Buttons are plain, black composite material. There is an improperly placed SA sports badge along w/ a ribbon bar for a WWI Second Class Iron Cross & WWI War Service Cross on the left pocket flap. This uniform is complete w/ matching dark green wool pants piped in green. CONDITION: uniform shows light wear overall. (02-15654/BF). $500-700.

Lot: 1435 - 2 WWII GERMAN HELMETS, POLICE INSIGNIA, WAFFEN SS

AFRIKA CORPS CHEVRONS & MORE. This lg. group includes 1 black police helmet w/ police decal on the left & Party decal on the right w/ full liner but no chinstrap. / 1 Black fire helmet w/ original aluminum comb intact. Brown leather liner but no chinstrap. / 1 Framed War Merit medal w/ award document to Wilhelm Petschow of Berlin dated Nov. 1944. / 1 Framed War Merit Cross, no swords, w/ award document also to Wilhelm Petschow of Berlin dated June 1944. / 1 Riker mount display case containing an aluminum police shako eagle, 1 police stick pin, 1 pair of police lieutenant shoulder strap w/ orange backing, 1 pair of police lieutenant collar tabs w/ orange backing, 1 1914-18 Cross w/ swords & ribbon, 1 pair of black & yellow bandsmen shoulder bassards. / 1 Riker mount display case containing colored glass medallions w/ various famous Germans including Moltke, Lowe, Hitler, Shiller, Blucher, Grosse, Bismark, Lenbach, Holbind, Schubert & Wagner. The case further includes 2 Waffen SS Afrika Corps single rank chevrons & 2 Waffen SS Afrika Corps dbl. rank chevrons. CONDITION: all items generally show light wear. (02-15678/BF). $700-900.

Lot: 1436 - ORIGINAL WWII FRENCH ADRIAN HELMET REISSUED BY

GERMAN OCCUPATION TROOPS. A rare, absolutely original example of a French Adrian style helmet w/ field green painted finish over what appears to be French blue below. Front crest has been removed & a white German Party eagle has been stenciled on the front. Brown leather 6 tongue liner w/ brown leather chinstrap. A rare & desirable example of a seldom seen survivor of WWII. CONDITION: helmet finish is approx. 85%. Stencil is approx. 80%. Liner & chinstrap show moderate wear but remain surprisingly solid. (02-15676/BF). $400-700.

Lot: 1437 - WWII GERMAN STYLE HEADGEAR, BUST OF HITLER & MORE.

1) WWII GERMAN STYLE ARMY HELMET. A reproduction WWII dbl. decal Army helmet w/ chinstrap & full liner. CONDITION: shows very light wear w/ some scratches to decals. (02-15207/BF). 2) BUST OF ADOLF HITLER. A bronze bust of the head of WWII German leader Adolf Hitler. Measures 8" in height including marble plinth. There are no signatures on the bust. CONDITION: shows light wear & has a pleasing patina. (02-15208/BF). 3) 4 WWII STYLE GERMAN OFFICER’S HATS & MORE. German officers hats include an Army General about size 62. / Naval Admiral, size 62. / Luftwaffe General, about size 62. / Political Leader, about size 60. / Included w/ this group is a post WWII Russian visor hat w/ hammer & sickle front plate & gold chinstrap. (02-15268/BF). $400-600.

Lot: 1438 - WWII GERMAN M42 ARMY HELMET.

A standard issue M42 single decal Wehrmacht helmet w/ a dark field gray finish & single Army decal on the left hand side. Inside left is stamped, “ET64”. Inside rear is stamped, “627”. Leather liner & chinstrap. CONDITION: finish is approx. 70%. Decal is approx. 85%. Chinstrap is broken on 1 side. Liner is complete but shows substantial wear. (02-15655/BF). $400-600.

Lot: 1439 - WWII HELMETS, SWORD KNOTS, MESS UTENSILS & MORE.

1) BULGARIAN M36 HELMET. A nice example of a WWII M36 Bulgarian Army helmet. Helmet has an olive green painted finish w/ a raised medial ridge. There are applied vent holes on the side. Brown leather liner & chinstrap. CONDITION: finish is approx. 95%. Liner & chinstrap show wear but are complete. (02-15673/BF). 2) HELMET, SWORDS KNOTS & MORE. A WWII era European helmet w/ a German SA decal on the left side. Helmet has a dark green brown finish w/ a badge clip on the front. Brown leather 3 tongue liner w/ brown chinstrap. We are not sure of the origin of this helmet but it does show honest wear throughout. / 3 Partial sword knots for daggers & police swords. / 1 Navy cap tally that reads, “ZERSTORER ROMMEL”. / 1 Combination fork & bottle/can opener marked w/ an Army eagle & “FBC M41”. / Bevo eagle head & oak leaves patch. CONDITION: helmet finish is 95%. Decal is 90%. Helmet generally shows light to moderate wear. Sword knots show heavy wear. The remaining items show light to moderate wear. (02-15677/BF). $300-500.

Lot: 1440 - WWII GERMAN KRIEGSMARINE RAIDER CAPTAIN BERNARD

ROGGE’S SHOULDER BOARDS, BUTTONS, BREAST EAGLE & MORE. Included in this lot are German Admiral Bernhard Rogge’s personal shoulder boards worn while a captain of the German raider Atlantis. It further includes his shoulder boards worn when he was promoted to Admiral, 4 of his uniform buttons & his gold bullion on white breast eagle. This historic lot also includes 2 Spange of possible post war German origin & a reproduction Knight’s Cross used as display. Captain Rogge was in command of the raider Atlantis during the longest voyage logged by a German raider during WWII. His ship was also the most successful at destroying allied shipping in the guise of a merchant ship under various flags. The uniform items from Rogge were sent to a collector/acquaintance of Captain Rogge in Pennsylvania in 1953. The exploits of Captain Rogge were the subject of a Reader’s Digest article in October of 1953. The letters written by Rogge as well as the Reader’s Digest containing the 1953 article are included with this lot. CONDITION: the shoulder boards, buttons & breast eagle show light to moderate wear. The Knight’s Cross & Spange show some wear. (02-15256/BF). $3,000-5,000.

Lot: 1441 - WWII GERMAN CROSS IN SILVER.

A wonderful example of a well executed German Cross in silver grade. Cross has 4 rivet construction & features a black enamel Party symbol surrounded by a red backed silvered wreath of leaves. Wide pin is marked “20” on the reverse. This is the 45 gram light version of the cross. CONDITION: there is some scratching to the high point of the black enamel Party symbol. The pin on the reverse is detached but present. Nothing is broken, the solder joint of the pin has let go. Silver surfaces have a pleasing dark patina. (02-15614-2/BF). $1,800-2,600.

Lot: 1442 - 5 WWII GERMAN LUFTWAFFE BADGES.

This fine lot consists of all original WWII German items including 1 Pilot’s badge w/ silvered wreath & darkened eagle. Badge is unmarked & features 2 rivet construction & a narrow pin. / 1 Pilot’s badge in cloth featuring a white wreath & eagle on gray field. / 1 Flak badge in zinc w/ traces of silvered finish. Badge is unmarked w/ a narrow pin. / 1 Ground Assault badge in zinc w/ substantial finish remaining. Badge has 2 rivet construction on the reverse, a narrow pin & is marked, “GWL” for Gebruder Wegerhoff of Ludenscheid. / 1 Squadron clasp for bomber pilots. Badge is brass w/ a silver winged bomb attached by a rivet. Substantial finish remains. Wide pin but hook clasp is broken. CONDITION: all badges show light wear except as noted. (02-15611-3/BF). $1,100-1,400.

Lot: 1443 - WWII GERMAN BADGES, RIBBON BAR & MORE.

This fine lot consists of all original WWII German items including 1 zinc High Sea Fleet badge. Badge is unmarked & has a narrow pin. Front has some gold plating on the eagle & wreath & silver plating on the ship. / 1 Zinc Blockade Runner badge marked, “FEC. OTTO PLACZEK BERLIN / AUSF. SCHWERIN BERLIN” w/ wide pin. Front shows traces of original plating. / 1 Ribbon bar consisting of WWI 2nd Class Iron Cross, Russian Front medal, WWI War Service Cross w/ swords, Sudetenland medal & 2 Army Long Service medals. / 1 Police silver plated cap eagle. / 1 Krim shield w/ missing pins. / 1 Envelope for a Black Wound badge. CONDITION: all items show light wear except as noted. (02-15611-2/BF). $600-800.

Lot: 1444 - WWI & WWII GERMAN ARMBANDS, MEDALS, BADGES & MORE.

This lot includes 1 Hitler Youth armband. / 1 Party armband. / 1 Sm. 10 1/2" x 8 1/4" Party flag. / 1 Pair of collar tabs for a Panzer Pioneer company. / 1 Naval patch for a chief petty officer armorer (Oberfeuerwerksmaat) featuring gilded insignia on navy blue. / 1 Deutscher Luftsport-Verband enamel cap emblem. / 1 Naval breast eagle. / 1 SA Sports badge. / 1 WWI Machine Gunner’s patch. / 1 Police Silver Long Service Cross. / 1 25 Year Faithful Service medal. / 2 Tank Destroyer insignia (tank only). / 1 Enamel German American Friendship pin. / 1 Flat bullion death’s head skull. / 1 Luftwaffe Transport Driver patch. / 1 Submarine badge likely of post war mfg. / 1 Glider Pilot stick pin. / 1 Round center for a lg. Party banner or flag. CONDITION: most items show light wear. Machine gunner patch has edge wear. Luftwaffe patch has mothing. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15448-7/BF). $600-800.

Lot: 1445 - 6 WWII GERMAN ARMY BADGES.

This fine lot consists of all original WWII German items including 1 Infantry Assault badge. Badge appears to be silvered tombak. The reverse features a narrow pin & the back is marked, “W.H.”. / 1 Infantry Assault badge. Badge appears to be plated zinc. The reverse features a narrow pin & the back is marked, “F L L” w/ each letter in a circle. Hook clasp is broken. / 1 Tank Assault badge. Badge appears to be heavily silver plated zinc. The reverse features a narrow pin & is unmarked. / 1 Tank Assault badge. Badge appears to be zinc w/ traces of silver plating on the front. / 1 General Assault badge in silver plated zinc. The reverse features a narrow pin. The pin & catch are riveted to the badge. Badge is marked, “JFS” in square. / 1 General Assault badge. Badge appears to be silver plated zinc w/ the remains of plating on the reverse. Badge is unmarked & features a narrow pin. CONDITION: all badges show light wear except as noted. (02-15611-5/BF). $700-900.

Lot: 1446 - RARE USS OMAHA ISSUED V-42 STILETTO BY CASE.

Overall length: 14 3/8". Blade length: 7". This is an exceedingly rare example of the Case V-42 stiletto originally issued in WWII to the Ship’s Landing Force of the USS Omaha. There were only 70 of these V-42s in the original issue to the Omaha. The spear point blade has a medial ridge for approx. 5 1/2". There are thumb grooves on the ricasso & “CASE” is stamped below the thumb groove. There is a steel crossguard w/ leather on top. The crossguard has been reinforced by the owner utilizing cotton thread & sailor’s knots. Stacked leather washer grip w/ diamond decoration cut out. Skull crusher pommel. Original leather scabbard w/ “USS OMAHA” obliterated as required to prevent identification of the ship. The serial number, “4-59” is still stamped into the scabbard. An extremely rare & historic fighting knife of WWII. There is an illegible name cut into the back of the scabbard. CONDITION: blade has a light gray finish. Hilt shows light wear overall. Scabbard shows light to moderate wear w/ snap & belt loop intact & functional. (02-15880/BF). $3,500-5,000.

Lot: 1447 - RARE WW2 UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS RAIDERS

STILETTO BY CAMILUS. Overall length of knife: 12 1/4". Blade length: 7". This knife represents one of the rarest & most highly sought after US combat knives of World War II. The Marine Corps Raider’s stiletto was the first US designed fighting knife produced by a United States company after hostilities commenced. The knife was designed by Lt. Col. Clifford Shuey in 1941. Lt. Col. Shuey was the officer in charge of the Engineer Division of the Quartermaster Department at US Marine Corps Headquarters. It can plainly be seen that the USMC stiletto’s design was based on the Sykes Fairbairn designed British knife. Shuey’s knife was designed to be lightweight, inexpensive & easy to manufacture. The diamond section blade was topped by a zinc aluminum alloy hilt that was often covered by leather. This example is marked at the ricasso, “CAMILUS CUTLERY CO CAMILUS N.Y.”. Approx. 2-3" up from the guard the blade is etched w/ a scroll & “USMC”. The zinc alloy grip is completely wrapped w/ a leather thong to greatly improve stability of the Marine’s grip. The original scabbard is leather w/ a metal reinforcement near the tip. There is a zinc alloy lanyard hole at the base & a steel belt loop at the top. The front of the leather sheath has the letters, “USMC” carved into it. The back has the name, “AL A PIANTE” carved into it. The name, “DUKE” can be seen lightly etched into the bottom steel reinforcement plate. A truly rare & wonderful identified WWII Marine Corps stiletto seldom found in today’s market. CONDITION: blade has a light gray finish. The USMC ribbon is light but visible. The Camilus markings are easily seen. The leather covered grip shows light wear. The scabbard shows overall moderate wear. (02-14930/BF). $1,500-2,000.

Lot: 1448 - RARE UNISSUED COLLINS V44 SURVIVAL KNIFE.

Overall length of knife: 14 1/8". Overall length in scabbard: 16". Clipped point bowie style blade w/ 2 narrow short fullers on each side. Stamped near the crossguard, “COLLINS & CO (logo) LEGITIMUS MADE IN U.S.A. No 18”. Brass crossguard. 2 Piece black composition grip secured by 5 steel rivets. Tooled brown leather scabbard embossed, “COLLINS & CO (logo) LEGITIMUS” & stamped “13”. These early style V44 knives were first produced in 1934 for flying personal in Panama & Hawaii. They were carried in the jungle bailout kit that attached to the parachute harness. The V44 remained the standard survival knife until 1942. Unissued examples are nearly nonexistent today. CONDITION: knife & scabbard show only light handling wear. Blade may have had a light cleaning. (02-15513/BF). $700-1,000.

Lot: 1449 - RARE AND FINE HOWARD COLE MADE FIGHTING KNIFE &

SHEATH. Howard Cole is best known for his texts on World War II & other military knives. Even though Howard was turned down for military service due to medical issues, he still supported the war effort making combat knives in his garage which he called “Roebuck Works” being in the Roebuck section of Birmingham Alabama. Howard made about 500 knives during World War II, all unsigned. After the war he continued to make fighting knives & this is one of his few signed examples. 11.75”, 7” MK2-style blade, 2.5” signed "MHC”, stacked alternating leather, aluminum, black & red plastic washer grip, heavy brass pommel signed “MH / COLE”. Tooled brown leather sheath signed “M. H. COLE / B’HAM ALA”. You will not find a better Howard Cole made fighting knife. CONDITION: excellent overall. PROVENANCE: Collection of Roger Ballard. (02-15647/JS). $600-800.

Lot: 1450 - FINE PAIR OF RARE “NEW CALEDONIA” MADE WW2

FIGHTING KNIVES. These Pacific theater made knives are all unique in grip size & shape but all are double edged dagger point blades which are well made & quite sturdy for their intended purpose. All have heavy brass lozenge shaped cross guards. 1) 11.25" Overall, 7" blade, 1.05" wide. 2.5" guard hand engraved “Noumea” & “New Caledonia”. Curved flat stag grip attached w/ 2 iron pins. Very good overall w/ accompanying black leather sheath. Unattached accessory: hand drawn card by Roger Ballard. (02-15716/JS). 2) 12" Overall, 7" blade, 1.35" wide, 2.5" heavy brass ovoid cross guard hand engraved “Noumea” & “New Caledonia”. Well fit curved & tapered flat stag grip attached w/ 2 iron pins. Accompanied by brown leather sheath. Very good overall. Unattached accessory: hand drawn card by Roger Ballard. PROVENANCE: Roger Ballard collection. (02-15717/JS). $600-900.

Lot: 1451 - GROUP OF US MILITARY KNIVES OF WWII.

Group includes 3 booklets relating to the use & care of the LC-14B "The Woodsman's Pal" by The Victor Tool Co. & round sharpening stone. 1) 12" Blade LC-14B Woodsman's Pal. Blade marked on right side "WOODSMAN'S PAL 280". Blade marked "VICTOR TOOL & READING PA". Blade made w/ brush hook & was designed to be used as axe, machete, spade & fighting knife. Smooth steel "V" shaped

Lot: 1452 - INTERESTING GROUPING OF 10 US WWII FIGHTING

KNIVES. 1) 5 1/8" Blued bowie type blade marked on left ricasso "U.S.N. MK1" Right ricasso marked "ROBESON No. 20". Straight cross guard. Leather washer handle. Cast aluminum pommel. Rim & plastic scabbard marked "USN MK1". Marked on back "NORD-4723" "B.M. Co." 2) 6" Fullered blade marked "CATTARAUGUS 225Q" commando knife. Leather washer handle w/ steel butt cap. Unmarked leather sheath. 3) 5" Bowie type blade marked "WESTERN BOULDER, COLO. Steel cross guard. Leather washer handle w/ full tang. Steel disk pommel. Brown leather sheath marked "USN". 4) 5" Bowie type blade marked on left ricasso "U.S.N." Steel cross guard. Leather washer handle w/ hardwood pommel. Brown leather sheath marked "USN". 5) 5" Bowie type blade marked "U.S.N." on left ricasso. Marked on right ricasso "ROBESON No. 20". Brown leather sheath. 6) 5 1/8" Bowie type blade. Left ricasso marked "U.S.N." Right ricasso "MARK 1 GENEVA FORGE INC." Straight cross guard. Leather washer handle. Metal pommel. Brown leather sheath w/ scratched initials. 7) 5" Fullered bowie type blade marked on left ricasso "Kinfolks USA". Leather washer handle w/ composite crossguard & pommel. 2 Brown leather sheath marked "Kinfolks". 8) 5" Bowie type blade w/ ribbed composite handle, crossguard & pommel. Brown leather sheath. 9) 6" Bowie type blade marked "CASE" on left ricasso. Double forward curving cross guard. Leather washer handle. Steel butt cap. Blade has forced machine marks & gray parkerizing. Brown leather sheath. 10) 5" Swept point marked "Kinfolks USA". Leather washer handle w/ composite guard & pommel. Brown leather sheath marked "Kinfolks". CONDITION: knives in generally serviceable condition w/ light wear, scuffing & handling marks. Some blades are polished. Sheaths have light wear & scuffing but all appears serviceable. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15440-4/RW). $1,000-1,300.

Lot: 1453 - INTERESTING GROUPING OF WWII VINTAGE US FIGHTING

KNIVES. 1) 6 5/8" Spear pointed blade trench knife marked on right side of blade "U.S. M3 H. BOKER & CO. U.S.A." Steel cross guard w/ top side bent forward. 8 Grooved leather washer handle. Steel pommel marked on end w/ "flaming bomb". Blade is finished in dark gray original parkerizing. M6 type trench knife scabbard marked only w/ faint "flaming bomb" on front. In correct configuration including metal plate on both sides near tip. Stapled reinforcement at throat. 2) 7" Fullered blade marked on front of crossguard "KA-BAR" "USN". Straight crossguard has rear wood sweep. Grooved leather washer handle w/ rnd. pommel. Period leather sheath w/ rawhide tie down. 3) 7" Fullered bowie type blade. Marked on left ricasso "KA-BAR". Right ricasso marked "USMC". Grooved leather washer handle w/ rnd. disk pommel. Tan leather sheath marked "USMC" "BOYT 43". 4) 6 7/8" Fuller bowie type blade. Marked "U.S.N." on left ricasso. Marked "CAMILLUS, N.Y." on right ricasso. Grooved leather washer handle. Rnd. steel disk pommel. Blade is blued. Scabbard not present. 5) 7" Fullered bowie style blade. Marked "U.S.N." on left ricasso. Marked on right ricasso "ROBESON SHUREDGE". Rear wood swept crossguard. Blued leather washer handle. Rnd. steel disk pommel. Leather scabbard marked "USN". 6) 7" Fullered bowie type blade. Marked on left ricasso "U.S. NAVY". Marked on right ricasso "PAL RH-37". Rnd. leather sheath marked "USN". 7) 6 1/2" Spear pointed blade marked "DIY". Straight crossguard. Leather washer handle w/ steel disk pommel. Appears theater made. Unmarked brown leather sheath. 8) 6 1/2" Spear pointed blade unmarked. Steel cross guard. Leather washer handle. Disk metal pommel retain by nail. M8 scabbard. 9) 5" Fullered bowie type blade. Marked on left ricasso "CAMILLUS CUTLERY CO CAMILLUS N.Y." Brass crossguard. Leather washer handle. Aluminum pommel. Green plastic scabbard marked "U.S.N." "MK1" "BNCO". 10) 6 1/4" Fullered bowie type blade. Marked on left ricasso "PAL RH-36". Steel crossguard. Leather washer handle. Cast metal pommel. Plastic scabbard marked "U.S.N." "MK2". CONDITION: many blades have light wear. Have been sharpened. Handles have moderate wear. Scuffing & handling marks. Sheaths may have wear, scuffing, flexing & staining. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15440-5/RW). $1,000-1,300.

Lot: 1454 - INTERESTING GROUPING OF 9 US MILITARY WWII

FIGHTING KNIVES. 1) 6 1/2" Double edge spear pointed blade marked "CASE XX". Known as the "sticking knife". Walnut grips. Unmarked brown leather sheath w/ belt slits. 2) 6 3/8" Double edge spear pointed blade marked "CASE". Walnut grips w/ 3 attaching pins. Grip stamped "R COE". Brown leather sheath w/ belt slits marked "COE". 3) 5" Bowie blade knife marked "U.S.N." on left ricasso. Marked "ROBESON SHUREDGE" "No. 20". Straight crossguard. Leather washer handle w/ hardwood pommel. Rnd. leather sheath marked on back "ROY H. SLAUGHTER U.S. TECHNICIAN". 4) 5 1/8" Parkerized bowie blade marked "U.S.N." on left ricasso. Marked w/ "PAL" in oval & "RH35" on right ricasso. Leather washer handle w/ hardwood pommel. Hand leather sheath w/ retaining strap marked "U.S.N." on front. 5) 6 1/4" Fullered bowie type blade marked "RH-36" "PAL" on left ricasso. Leather washer handle. Cast metal pommel. Leather sheath w/ retaining strap marked "L.W. KRIEGMAN 2ND TCS". 6) 4 7/8" Blade knife marked "U.S.N." on left ricasso "ROBESON SHUREDGE" "No. 20" on right ricasso. Leather washer handle. Hardwood pommel. Blade has considerable loss of metal due to grinding. Worn leather grip. Pommel has lg. missing chip. Hobbyist craftsman type leather sheath. 7) 6 1/4" Fullered bowie blade marked "RH-36 PAL" on left ricasso. Straight crossguard. Leather washer handle w/ cast metal pommel. Brown leather scabbard. 8) 4 7/8" Single edge blade marked "PAL RH-34" on left ricasso. Leather washer handle. Hardwood pommel w/ metal cap. Brown leather sheath marked "PAL The Hallmark of Fine Cutlery". 9) 5 1/8" Bowie type single edge blade marked "SCHRADE-WALDEN N.Y. U.S.A. H-15". Straight crossguard. Leather washer handle. Aluminum butt cap. Rnd. leather sheath. CONDITION: except as noted, knives have moderate wear & handling marks w/ light scuffing. Sheaths have light wear, scuffing & staining w/ generally tight stitching. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15440-3/RW). $900-1,200.

Lot: 1455 - VERY INTERESTING GROUPING OF WWI US MILITARY

KNIVES. 1) Model 1904 Hospital Corps Knife. 12" Rounded Point blade marked on left ricasso w/ date 1904, marked on right ricasso w/ US. "S" shaped brass guard. 2 Piece walnut handle w/ finger grips. Brown leather scabbard w/ leather belt loop. Scabbard has brass throat w/ brown lacquer finish. Markings on back of belt loop have T.C. 1904 & partially legible arsenal marking. CONDITION: blade has clean appearance w/ scattered fine pitting throughout. Crossguard has wear & handling marks w/ pleasing patina. Original finish walnut grip, has light wear & handling marks. Leather scabbard has wear & handling marks. Stitching is tight. 2) Model 1917 Bolo w/ 10 1/4" blade. Black finished blade marked on left ricasso "PLUMB PHILA. 1918". Marked on right ricasso "U.S. M.O.D. 1917". Straight steel crossguard. Left turned walnut grips. Type II scabbard stamped sheet steel painted OD. Russet leather strap w/ belt hook. Scabbard marked "U.S. L.F&C.-1918". CONDITION: metal parts retain a very lg. degree of black finish w/ light handling marks & sm. spots of missing finish. Grips have lightly worn appearance. Scabbard retains 80% OD finish. Belt attachment has tight stitching. 3) Model 1917 Bolo 10 1/4" blade. Marked on left ricasso "PLUMB PHILA 1918". Marked on right ricasso "U.S. M.O.D. 1917". Steel crossguard. Rough turned walnut grips. Canvas scabbard w/ leather tip marked "BRAUER BROS. 1918". Scabbard is attached to 10 pocket khaki ammunition belt WWI period w/ illegible marking. Pockets made w/out charger retaining straps. CONDITION: metal parts of knife show light wear, oxidation & fine pitting throughout. Retaining approx. 70% of original finish. Grips have light wear & handling marks. Scabbard & belt have light wear & staining w/ tight stitching. 4) Model 1917-18 Trench Knife. 9" triangular blade. Steel cross guard is bent to form knuckle bow. Knuckle bow marked inside "ACCO U.S.A. 1917". Smooth walnut grip w/ finger grooves. Metal tip green leather scabbard w/ belt hook. Scabbard marked "Jewelled 1918". CONDITION: blade has worn original blue finish. Balance of metal has original blackened finish w/ light wear & oxidation. Grips have light wear & handling marks. Scabbard has light wear. Metal parts turning patina. 5) Model 1917-18 Trench Knife. 9 1/8" Triangular blued steel blade. Steel crossguard forms knuckle bow w/ pyramidal knobs. Front of guard marked "U.S. L.F&C. 1917". Smooth walnut grip w/ finger grooves. Green leather scabbard w/ metal tips & belt hook. CONDITION: blade has light wear & handling marks. Original blue finish. Guard has thinning lightly worn black finish. Grips have light wear & handling marks. Scabbard is lightly worn. Metal parts turning patina. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15440-1/RW). $900-1,200.

Lot: 1456 - FIVE FINE VARIANT WW2 MK2 FIGHTING KNIVES.

1) MK2 fighting knife, “USMC CAMILLUS. N.Y.” marked crossguard. 12" overall, 7" parkerized blade, excellent condition including Brown leather sheath. 2) MK2 fighting knife, made by union cutlery company, 12" overall, 7" blade marked on either side ”USMC” & “KA-BAR”. Good to very good overall including Brown leather sheath w/ carved initials on reverse. 3) MK2 fighting knife, 12" overall, 7" blade marked on either side of ricasso “U.S.N.” & “CAMILLUS N.Y.” sheath stamped “U.S.N.” w/ name identifying owner “E. LEANER” and “8-233”. 4) Western Fighting Knife, 13" overall, 8" blued blade stamped on ricasso “WESTERN / BOULDER COLO / PAT’D”, stacked leather washer handle, exposed full-tang pommel, dbl. stitched leather sheath. Very good to fine overall. 5) Western Fighting Knife, 13 1/8" overall, 8" bright blue blade stamped on ricasso “WESTERN / BOULDER COLO / PAT’D”, stacked leather washer handle, exposed full tang pommel, dbl. stitched leather sheath. Fine overall. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Roger Ballard’s hand drawn illustrated cards. PROVENANCE: Collection of Roger Ballard. (02-15649/JS). $800-1,200.

Lot: 1457 - GROUP OF US WWII FIGHTING & UTILITY KNIVES.

1) 5" Bowie type blade. Marked on left ricasso "U.S.N." "MARK I". Marked on right ricasso "PAL RH-35". Steel crossguard. Leather washer handle. Cast metal pommel. Plastic "USN M1" scabbard. 2) 5 1/8" Bowie type blade. Blued steel. Left ricasso marked "U.S.N." "M.K.1". Right ricasso marked "ROBESON No. 20". Plastic scabbard marked "USN MK1". Additionally inked "R.P. CHENERY". 3) 5 1/8" Bowie type blued steel blade. Left ricasso marked "U.S.N." Right ricasso "COLONIAL PROV. RI." One piece ribbed composite grip. Plastic scabbard marked "USN MK-1". 4) 6 3/4" spear point blade. Right side marked "US M3 IMPERIAL". Steel crossguard. Leather washer handle w/ 7 grooves. Steel disk pommel. Plastic US M8 scabbard marked "BMCO". 5) 6 3/4" spear point blade. Right side marked "US M3 CAMILLUS". Steel cross guard. 8 Grooved leather washer handle. Steel disk pommel. US M8 scabbard "BMCO". 6) 6 3/4" Spear point blued blade w/ arsenal rework finish. Right side marked "U.S. M3 CASE". Steel crossguard. 8 Grooved leather washer handle w/ steel disk pommel. Plastic M8 scabbard US marked. 7) 7" fullered bowie type blade. Left ricasso marked "U.S.N. MARK II". Right ricasso marked "ROBESON SHUREDGE". Steel cross guard. Grooved leather washer handle w/ steel disk pommel. Plastic scabbard marked "USN MK2". 8) 7" Fullered bowie type blade. Left ricasso marked "U.S.N. MARK II". Right ricasso marked "CAMILLUS, N.Y." Steel crossguard. Grooved leather washer handle w/ steel disk pommel. Plastic sheath marked "USN MK2". CONDITION: knives may have worn finish. Worn scuffed handles. Light sharpening. Scabbards may have scuffing & staining but all appear serviceable. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15440-6/RW). $800-1,100.

Lot: 1458 - PAIR OF SKINNING KNIVES WITH HOWARD COLE CUSTOM

SHEATHS. Pictured on pages 63 & 70 are custom signed Howard Cole sheaths, Robeson made skinner is displayed w/ sheath on page 63. Unmarked 6" blade skinner is w/ sheath from page 70. Howard Cole was among the earliest custom knife makers, his World War II fighting knives are quite rare & highly sought. The sheaths he made here are like new. CONDITION: sheaths are excellent, knives are well used average good condition. PROVENANCE: Roger Ballard collection. (02-15817/JS). $600-800.

Lot: 1459 - PAIR OF SKINNING KNIVES WITH SHEATHS.

1) 11" Overall, 7" wide skinning blade marked “NICHOLS BROS / Warranted Tool Steel / Greenfield, Mass”. Brown leather sheath marked in oval lozenge “EL PASO / MAKERS / EL PASO, TEX”. This knife & sheath are shown on full page 72 in Howard Cole’s 1996 text “The Skinning Knife”. CONDITION: very good overall. 2) Custom sheath by Howard Cole pictured on page 100, signed & dated 1995. 10.5" Remington marked skinner w/ 6" blade. CONDITION: sheath is fine w/ some staining, knife is average good used condition w/ hand worn patina & crack in one slab. (02-15816/JS). $600-800.

Lot: 1460 - 2 IDENTIFIED WW2 AUSTRALIAN MADE RANGE KNIVES.

1) 14" Overall, 9.25" clip point blade, very sharp including clip. Name & serial number applied w/ punch dots by soldier “R. C. WILSON 35401750”. Very good overall including original brown leather sheath. 2) 10.12" Overall, 6.25" clip point blade. “RLH” stamped on original brown leather sheath, knuckle guard stamped by soldier “ROBERT LEE HAMPEL”. Corporal Robert Lee Hampel (1920-1945) from Little Rock, Arkansas served in 5th AC, Chemical Warfare Service, death Mindoro Island, Philippines. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Roger Ballard’s hand drawn illustrated cards. CONDITION: very good overall. PROVENANCE: Collection of Roger Ballard. (02-15646/JS). $800-1,200.

Lot: 1461 - INTERESTING GROUPING OF MILITARY & MILITARY TYPE

KNIVES & 2 BAYONETS. 1) 6 1/2" Double edge fighting knife by Gerber w/ serrations. Left ricasso marked w/ Gerber logo Gerber Portland, OR USA. Cast metal green & black finished handle. Gerber marked leather scabbard w/ belt hook, belt slits, snap tight retaining strap & tab at tip for tie down thong. 2) 6 3/8" Blade US M4 style bayonet marked "Japan" w/ leather washer handle. Molded plastic scabbard w/out frog. 3) Unmarked 6 1/2" blade "FAL" bayonet w/ tubular handle. Black composite scabbard. 4) 6 5/8" Bowie style blade. Unmarked w/ smooth cast aluminum handle. Brown leather sheath w/ belt loop. 5) 7" Double edged unmarked chrome plated blade. Steel crossguard. Leather washer handle. Cast metal pommel. Unmarked brown leather scabbard. 6) 6 1/8" Fullered bowie style blade. Left ricasso marked "ROBESON SHUREDGE". Right ricasso marked U.S.A." Blade is heavily polished. Steel crossguard. Leather washer handle. Steel disk pommel. Unmarked brown leather sheath. 7) 6 3/4" Spear pointed M-3 style blade. Etched on left side "Kutmaster Made in USA." Steel crossguard. Leather washer handle. Lanyard ring on butt. Unmarked brown leather sheath. 8) 4 3/4" Fullered bowie type blade. Marked "WESTERN BOULDER, COLO." Steel crossguard. Leather washer handle. Composite bird's head pommel. Brown leather sheath. 9) 5" Bowie type blade marked "CASE". Leather washer handle. Aluminum pommel. Brown leather sheath w/ embossed "CASE XX". 10) 5" Bowie style blade marked "Imperial". Leather washer handle. Aluminum pommel. 11) Unmarked 8" bowie style blade. Steel crossguard. Leather washer handle. Cast decorated pommel. 12) 7" Blade kitchen type utility knife w/ cast aluminum handle marked "FJR CLARKSON, NEB." 13) 8" Bowie style knife w/ likely Mexican motif. Cast aluminum D-guard handle. Unmarked tool leather sheath. 14) 6" Bowie type blade Murphy combat knife. Cast aluminum handle marked "MURPHY COMBAT USA" w/ correct style brown leather sheath. 15) 6" Swept tip blade unmarked. Cast aluminum handle resembling Murphy combat knife w/ unmarked brown leather sheath. CONDITION: knife & sheath conditions range from fair to good w/ wear, scratches, scuffing & staining. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15440-7/RW). $800-1,100.

Lot: 1462 - WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF EARLY WWII KNIVES & MORE.

This lot includes 1 green Army type blanket. / 1 WWII era guidon for the 67th Headquarters unit. / 1 Souvenir pennant for the Army. / 1 Souvenir pennant for the Navy. / 1 Brown Indian blanket of Southwestern motif. / 1 Piece of camouflage material. / 1 WWII Japanese Hinomaru flag. / 1 Japanese prayer or ceremonial fan. / 1 Pillow cover for the China Burma India Expedition. / 1 Sm. wrist compass. / 1 WWI or WWII era Welcome Home banner measuring 37" square & featuring an eagle, an American flag & the word “WELCOME”. / A 7 1/2" WWII era Remington skinning knife. / A 9" post WWII era Case belt knife. / A 9 1/4" stag handled WWII era Kabar side knife. / An 8 1/4"leather washer handled WWII era Remington knife. / A 7 1/2" leather washer handled WWII era PAL side knife. / An 8 1/4" stacked washer handle Case skinning knife. / A 9 1/2" stag handle Kinfolks side knife. / A post WWII, 8 1/2", antler handled, engraved blade, Remington side knife. / An 8 1/2" Kinfolks post WWII skinning knife w/ stacked washer handle. / A 10 1/4" Marbles WWII era leather washer grip side knife. / An 8 3/4" WWII era Remington stacked handle skinning knife. / An 8 1/2" & a 6 1/2" WWII era pair of knives w/ stacked washer handles by Jean Case of Little Valley, NY. CONDITION: blankets, guidon, pennants, flag, fan, pillow cover & compass all show light wear. The knives most generally show light wear overall. All have correct or period sheaths. A few show very light sharpening. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15459/BF). $700-1,000.

Lot: 1463 - PAIR OF RARE “NEW CALEDONIA” MADE WW2 FIGHTING

KNIVES. Among the mysteries of World War II fighting knives is who made the “NOUMEA, NEW CALEDONIA” marked examples. There are several articles written about these Pacific theater knives, the best article is by consignor from the Fall 2018 Texas Gun Collector magazine. There were up to 50,000 Allied troops stationed on the island of New Caledonia which is 750 miles off the East Coast of Australia. Noumea is capital of this French colonial island. Of the examples known, at least 3 are identified to members of the 2nd & 3rd Marine Raiders & 2 others are identified to US naval personnel. These unique knives have a variety of blade sizes but all are dbl. edged dagger point blades which are very well made & quite sturdy for their intended use. All have similar heavy brass lozenge shaped crossguards. All have stag grips in great variety, but all are attached by 2 iron pins. 1) 11.25" Overall, 6.75" blade, 1.1" wide. 2.5" Guard hand engraved “Noumea” & “New Caledonia”. L shaped stag grip attached w/ 2 iron pins. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: hand drawn card by Roger Ballard. CONDITION: very good overall w/ accompanying brown leather sheath. (02-15718/JS). 2) Especially stout 12.25" overall, 8" blade, 1.35" wide, 2.5" thick brass ovoid crossguard lightly scratched “NOUMEA”, straight stag grip retained by 2 iron pins. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: hand drawn collection card by Roger Ballard. CONDITION: very good overall, w/ accompanying brown leather sheath. PROVENANCE: Roger Ballard collection. (02-15719/JS). $600-800.

Lot: 1464 - 4 THEATER MADE WW2 FIGHTING KNIVES.

1) Large Australian made Ranger knuckle knife, 14.25" Overall, 9.25" lg. clip point blade. Cast brass grip stamped “BRISBANE AUSTRALIA”, brown leather sheath. CONDITION: very good overall. 2) Large Australian made fighting knife, 14.5" overall, 9.5" lg. clip point blade, 3.5" the aluminum crossguard aluminum riveted clear plastic grip. CONDITION: Good to very good overall. 3) V-44 Survival knife w/ shop made grip, 14.25" overall, 9.25" “WESTERN” marked blade, swelled stacked leather washer grip, lg. bulbous aluminum pommel, 5" heavy S shaped aluminum crossguard. CONDITION: fine overall. 4) Unique curved blade shop made fighting knife w/ heavy cast flaming ordnance bomb shaped pommel. 14.25" Overall, 7.75" heavily curved blade. Heavy brass oval crossguard, turned solid aluminum grip, 2" solid cast flaming ordnance bomb pommel. CONDITION: very good overall. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Roger Ballard’s hand drawn illustrated cards. PROVENANCE: Collection of Roger Ballard. (02-15648/JS). $600-800.

Lot: 1465 - WWII BRIGADIER GENERAL EDWIN HOWARD UNIFORM & FLAG

GROUP. This group includes Howard’s olive drab gabardine uniform coat made by unknown tailor but having a “Regulation Army Officer’s Coat” label on the outside of the inner right breast pocket indicating the tailor’s strict adherence to government standards. The uniform coat was likely purchased early in the war prior to Howard’s overseas assignments. It

Lot: 1466 - CIRCA 1879 BATTLE OF ISANDLWANA ZULU SPEARS, AX &

SHIELD. A wonderful group of Zulu weapons actually retrieved on the battle field of Isandlwana that took place on Jan. 22, 1879 during the Zulu Wars. It remains one of the worst defeats in British military history where 1500 British & native troops were wiped out by 20,000 Zulus. The gentleman who retrieved the weapons sold them at auction shortly after WWI. That purchaser sold the items again at auction in 1976, at King & Chasemore Auctions in Sussex, England, to our current consignor. It would be difficult to find Zulu weapons such as these w/ better provenance & recorded ownership. The group includes a Zulu hide shield (umbumbolozo) measuring 24 3/8" x 14 1/2". It is of classic Zulu form w/ dark & light hair covered hide w/ a rough leather back that includes 2 grip straps. A typed green tag on the reverse put in place by the post WWI purchaser attests to the provenance of the shield. Also included in the lot is a fine Zulu war axe (imbazo). The haft is 31 3/4" long. The blade is 6 3/4" high & 2 3/4" wide w/ a 5" attachment tang. A simple but effective & deadly weapon favored by many Zulu warriors. The lot further includes 2 great examples of Zulu spears (assegai). The first measures 49" overall w/ a 37 1/2" original wooden shaft & an 11 1/2" exposed blade & tang. The butt of the shaft has a 4 section carved decoration. The top of the shaft is reinforced w/ braided & decorated wire. The iron shaft & blade is well formed w/ a raised medial ridge. The second spear measures 46 1/4" overall w/ a 34" wooden shaft & a 12 1/4" blade & tang. The butt of the shaft is shaped but undecorated. The top of the shaft is reinforced w/ sewn leather. The iron tang & blade are reasonably well formed & the blade has a slight medial ridge. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: a lg. 20th century souvenir poster w/ photographs & artwork from the Zulu Wars including many notable individuals both British & Zulu. A “Men at Arms” book on the Zulu War, still photographs from the movie “Zulu”, a copy of the auction description from the 1976 auction where the weapons sold & various paperwork relating to the weapons & the Zulu War. CONDITION: shield is in very solid condition w/ minimal hair loss to the face of the shield. The haft of the ax has several sm. cracks from drying of the wood. Blade is solid w/ a dark patina. Both spears show expected wear but no damage. The hafts show significant age & the iron has an expected dark patina. (02-15661/BF). $1,200-2,000.

Lot: 1467 - CAPTAIN JOHN P. CADY GROUPING INCLUDING PORTUGUESE

ORDER OF AVIZ. Captain Cady was the chief legal counsel for Capt. McKey who was the captain of the USS Indianapolis. The USS Indianapolis was the ship that carried the uranium used in the atomic bombs that were dropped on Japan in the summer of 1945. Capt. McKey was brought up on charges when his ship was sunk by Japanese submarines during travel from Tinian to Guam after dropping off its top secret cargo of uranium. Capt. Cady defended Capt. McKey against these charges. The tragic events surrounding the Indianapolis & Capt. McKey are one of the darkest points in naval history. McKey was convicted of not zigzagging his ship in enemy waters & later committed suicide. This group includes Capt. Cady’s dress white uniform w/ 8 award ribbon bar, his Portuguese Order of Aziz for a Grand Officer that includes the neck order & breast star, as well as a miniature of the medal w/ spare ribbon all in original case. The group further includes his WWII & Korea medals & miniatures of the same along w/ associated ribbon bars. There is a case that includes captain’s shoulder boards, hat insignia, buttons, various ribbon bars & naval buckles. There is what appears to be an Annapolis portrait of Cady in uniform. A book titled, “Abandon Ship” which tells the story of the USS Indianapolis by Richard Newcomb, which Cady assisted with, is included in the group. A Parade magazine article from 2000, correspondence between Newcomb & Cady & several photographs of the Indianapolis & Capt. McKey are included in the lot. CONDITION: all items show light wear & appear complete & functional. Box for Order of Aziz shows moderate wear but awards are undamaged. (02-15740/BF). $1,200-1,500.

Lot: 1468 - MILITARY ITEMS & MORE FROM THE CIVIL WAR THROUGH

WWII. This varied lot includes 1 thermoplastic photo case w/ the Constitution on the front (catch broken). / 1 Reproduction Civil War belt buckle utilizing an eagle crossbelt plate. / 1 Brass powder flask w/ floral decoration. / 1 Powder horn w/ brass charging mechanism. / 1 GAR cap wreath missing the “A”. / 1 9th plate tintype of a Civil War private. / 1 9th plate tintype of a seated gentleman, possibly a solder. / 1 Sm. 4 bbl. spy glass. / 1 WWI oil can. / 4 Bone dice. / 1 1863 10 Cent fractional currency. / 1 Civil War pistol cartridge box. / 1 Army prayer book inscribed “Albert Beachum Company H 12th New York Volunteers”. / 1 Pair of post Civil War shooter’s glasses. / 1 Spanish American War era naval officer’s dress belt & buckle. / 1 Reproduction WWII German SA buckle on original WWII German belt. / 1 Circa 1900 machete w/ horn grip & brass mounted leather scabbard. / 1 Over the shoulder shot & powder pouch. / 1 Red painted tin powder flask w/ paper label that reads in part, “THE RIFLE GUNPOWDER MADE BY JOHN HALL & SON FAVERSHAM & LONDON”. / 1 Leather covered powder flask w/ brass charging spout. / 2 Dupont red painted powder cans. / 1 Civil War leather cap pouch. / 1 Brass ash tray. / 2 WWII framed cartoons. / 1 Brass trinket box. / 1 Fairbairn Sykes style commando knife w/ no scabbard stamped, “ENGLAND” on top of the guard. / 1 Shotgun loading tool. / A 3 piece shotgun cleaning rod. / 1 Brass tray. / 1 Brass match holder. / 2 Brass cups. / 1 Wooden box. / 1 Wooden block containing 30 fired brass 12 ga. shotgun shells. / 1 Fossil. / 1 Pair of Civil War era shooter’s glasses. / 1 Tintype of a woman. / 18 Pocket knives of various types & sizes. / 1 Shotgun shell capper. / 1 Shotgun shell powder measure. / 1 WWI cigarette light. / A 4" whales tooth. / 1 Red clay pipe. / 2 Blade style ink erasers. / 2 Forks. / 1 Knife. / 1 Sm. pin on compass. / 4 Buckles embossed w/ a heart. / 6 Excavated Civil War bullets. / 1 Derringer bullet. / 1 German silver Maltese Cross. / 1 Hand forged ring & bolt. / 1 Wooden box. / 3 Civil War era china doll heads of various sizes. / 2 WWII era patches for the 334th Fighter Interceptor Squadron. / 1 Unknown WWII squadron patch. / 1 Patch & book for the 17th Airborne Division. / 2 Civil War letters w/ transcriptions included. CONDITION: varies widely. Most items are complete & show light wear. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15443/BF). $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1469 - RARE NORDEN M SERIES BOMB SIGHT.

A rarely offered example of a WWII American Norden bomb sight. This bomb sight was America's top secret weapon in the bombing campaign against Japan & Germany. It was so important to the war effort that men who utilized the bomb sight had to take an oath of secrecy never to talk about it. The Norden bomb sight was a legend in WWII. It allowed planes to bomb more accurately & was so accurate, pilots joked that they could drop bombs in a pickle barrel. The sight has an overall black finish. Markings include M-9B, R-1056 & anchor flanked by US. Additionally marked Carl L Norden Inc. & has the boxed Defense Acceptance mark. Sight was not tested but all controls seem functional. CONDITION: sight has light wear & spots of flaking finish w/ dusty appearance. (02-15879/RW). $1,200-1,800.

Lot: 1470 - EXTREMELY INTERESTING & DESIRABLE COLLECTION OF

PHOTOGRAPHS, PAPERS & MAPS PERTAINING TO COL. GEO. P. HAWES JR. WHO SERVED IN THE ROUGH RIDERS & LATER IN THE AEF IN FRANCE. Col Hawes enlisted as a Private in Captain Bucky O'Neill's Company "A" 1st US Vol. Cavalry well known to history as The Rough Riders of Spanish American War fame. Hawes went on to serve in the regular army artillery & served in the 313th field artillery 80th Division in WWI in France. The group consists of a lg. photo album containing official & personal photographs, records, newspaper clippings & artwork which pertains to Col. Hawes service in both The Rough Riders & The 80th Division including handwritten notes & an 80th Division shoulder patch. The photographs, some of which are official aerial reconnaissance prints, are very interesting & detailed. There are 2 display frames measuring approx. 16 1/2" X 12 1/2". 1 Frame contains 3 photos, 1 of then Private Hawes, mounted, likely taken at Tampa. Hawes is holding a machete in his right hand & has a Model 1892 Krag carbine in the scabbard. Unidentified photo of 2 men armed w/ rifles, pistols & machetes. Photo reportedly unpublished, of Col. Theodore Roosevelt. The 2nd frame contains remnants of Col. Hawes official identity card for the AEF. Lg. photo of Col. Hawes at his desk. 80th Division veterans association ID card. Empty envelope marked "private papers" & blue cloth arm band w/ gilt crossed cannons. Also includes 15 stereo views pertaining to The Rough Riders. CONDITION: photo album has expected wear, sm. tears & scuffing commensurate w/ age. Frame photos have edge wear, light staining & fading but all images are clearly visible. Stereo views are buckled w/ edge wear, staining & fading but are mostly legible. (02-15627/RW). $2,600-3,200.

Lot: 1471 - UNITED STATES NAVY VICE ADMIRAL HOPWOOD GROUP.

Admiral Hopwood was born in 1898 & attended public schools in Shamokin, Pa. He attended the U.S. Naval Academy & graduated w/ the class of 1919. From 1919 to 1925, Hopwood served on the USS America, USS Florida & USS Hopkins. He then served in the Department of Ordnance & Gunnery at Annapolis. After returning to sea duty in 1927, he was assigned to the USS Hart until 1930, when he transferred to the USS Ramapo. He then returned to the United States & served as Aide to Commandant of Fourth Naval District. He then served on the USS Indianapolis until 1934 when he joined the staff of Rear Admiral Hepburn on the Flagship USS Detroit. He remained in that position until assuming the command of the Scouting Force, Pacific Fleet, hoisting his flag on the USS Indianapolis. Hopwood served in various capacities until 1940 when he returning to the Bureau of Naval Personnel & served in the Records Section until 1942 when he joined the Joint Staff Planners. During 1944, he was aboard the Light Cruiser USS Cleveland, commanding the ship until mid 1945. Hopwood continued his Naval career until retirement in 1960 as Commander In Chief of the U.S. Pacific Fleet. The group of items below all represent pieces from Admiral Hopwood’s exemplary service. 1) Vice Admiral Hopwood’s 3 star Admiral’s Flag from the USS Helena. The flag has 3 lg. white stars on a blue field. 2) Admiral Hopwood’s battle flag from the USS Cleveland. The flag is a 48 star American flag & is a bit worn w/ scattered staining. 3) A beautiful silver plated humidor presented to Captain Hopwood while serving as Director of Planning & Control on the Bureau of Naval Personnel 1941-1944. 4) A presentation wooden box of poker chips given to Commander Hopwood from the Repair Force of the USS Melville, 1939-40. A beautiful wooden box containing scores of poker chips in various colors housed in individual racks. 5) A framed letter to Hopwood from President Dwight D. Eisenhower thanking Hopwood for a “boat ride”. 6) A variety of ephemera related to the career of Admiral Hopwood including but not limited to photographs, change of command ceremony pamphlets, photo albums from a visit to Korea, still photos & more. CONDITION: all items show light wear unless otherwise noted. Humidor is tarnished but undamaged. (02-15639/BF). $1,200-1,500.

Lot: 1472 - UNITED AMERICAN LINE RADIO OPERATOR / SUPERVISOR

ARTHUR REHBEIN, UNIFORM, HAT & TRUNK LOT. A lg. trunk measuring 18" x 30" x 22"containing a black uniform hat w/ a front insignia in bullion that reads, “RADIO OPERATOR” w/ a wreath below & a white enameled flag bearing a lg. “P”. / A black uniform hat w/ a front insignia that reads, “AIRLINE LIMOUSINE” w/ pilot’s wings below. / A white uniform hat w/ a bullion front insignia that has a wreath w/ an eagle inside holding an American flag & a “UAL” flag in its talons. / A white uniform hat w/ a bullion front insignia that has 3 stars around crossed anchors w/ a white enamel center having a red cross & a central blue device w/ an anchor & 13 stars. / A black uniform hat w/ a bullion front insignia that features a wreath w/ a green enamel flag in the center. The flag has a white circle in the center w/ a red letter “M” & an eagle sits atop the flag. / A black hat cover. / A white uniform hat w/ bullion front insignia showing a wreath w/ a red central flag. Flag has a central white diamond w/ the word, “GRACE” in the center. Above the flag is the word, “CAPTAIN”. / A tan sun helmet w/ a Belgium label inside. / A tan woven sun hat. / A covered wooden bowl w/ a lighter. / A flared wooden bowl. / A blue & white men’s bathing suit from the 1930s. / A uniform coat & vest for a radio officer w/ buttons that show a flag superimposed on an anchor. The flag bears the letters, “UAL”. / 32 Books & pamphlets mostly related to radios, merchant vessels & notebooks from time spent at sea. / A sm. stick flag showing the flags of the Allied Nations of WWI. / A sm. stick flag in green & maroon w/ a diagonal yellow stripe. Yellow stripe has a central red crown. The stick is labeled, “New Orleans Mardi Gras 1912”. / A felt souvenir pennant from, “PANAMA”. / A sm. group of shipboard & field photographs of shipboard radio equipment, a drawing of a nude women w/ a man’s severed head on a platter. / A lg. group of papers & ephemera having to do w/ navigation, radios & shipboard life. / 2 Sterling topped hairbrushes. / A Sterling topped comb. / 9 Sm. cloth bags. / 4 Radio tuning knobs. / A 20 sided Icosahedron. / A ceramic radio part. / A silver plated spoon. / A cigarette holder. / A belt buckle. / A stick of sealing wax. / A cardboard pill box. / 5 Diaries & notebooks. / A sm. sewing kit. / A plastic plotting compass. / A lg. piece of cork. / 2 Towel rod holders. / Scores of business cards from Arthur H. F. Rehbein, Assistant Radio Supervisor of United American Lines, the original owner of this offering. CONDITION: all items show light wear & appear functional. Books show heavy use but are generally intact. Hats have staining & some wear. (02-15629/BF). $600-1,000.

Lot: 1473 - WWII & EARLIER AMERICAN FLAGS & MILITARY FLAGS.

1) MARINE. A WWII to Korea era heavily embroidered silk Marine Corps flag measuring approx. 53" x 68". Red body of the flag is surrounded by gold fringe. There is an exceptionally well done, embroidered gold, silver & white “EGA” in the center. A lg. ribbon below reads, “UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS”. CONDITION: flag has some damage near the base that has been reinforced w/ red cloth. There is a tear at the top of the flag. 2) NAVAL. A 45 star flag that flew over the USS Inca during the Spanish American War. Flag marked on the hoist to the USS Inca & is further marked, “JAMES MARTIN & SON MAKERS”. The USS Inca was a 120 ton yacht that was acquired by the Navy during the Spanish American War. The Inca was outfitted w/ an 11 lb. gun & patrolled Boston Harbor prior to it being turned over to the Massachusetts Militia as a training ship. CONDITION: flag is in solid condition but a bit soiled. 3) ENGINEER. A lg. 36" x 60" Brigadier General of Engineer’s flag. Flag has a bright red field w/ a lg. white star above an engineer’s castle. Flag dates to WWII or possibly a few years before. CONDITION: flag shows light wear w/ a few scattered moth holes. 4) ARMY. A 36" x 48" Brigadier General’s flag. Flag has a bright red field w/ a lg. central white star. Flag dates to the WWII period. CONDITION: flag shows light wear overall. 5) UNDER SECRETARY OF THE NAVY. A wonderful 54" x 84" WWII flag dated 1945 for the Under Secretary of the Navy. Flag features a bright red field w/ 4 stars arranged 1 in each corner & a lg. central white anchor w/ navy blue stitching. The flag could have belonged to either Ralph A. Bard or Artemus Gates. CONDITION: flag is quite solid w/ only a few scattered sm. holes. 6) 46 STAR. A sm. 11 1/2" x 7", 46 star printed American flag. CONDITION: flag has several separations. 7) 42 STAR. A 58" x 37", 42 star printed American flag in use from 1890-1891. CONDITION: flag shows light overall wear. (02-15743/BF). $900-1,300.

Lot: 1474 - WORLD WAR II VINTAGE GERMAN RANGE FINDER BY FWQ

(SAALFELDER APPARATEBAU GmbH). High condition interesting optical piece painted in desert tan. Instruction plates, knobs, etc. are in black lacquer w/ white lettering Rubber eye guard also stamped “FWQ”. Identification tab gives S# 32643 & mfg. date of 1944. CONDITION: good to fine “as found” w/ dust & dirt on paint which also shows some sm. chips & cracking. One leather end protector is missing. OD web carrying sling is present. Optics mostly clear, just a bit hazy. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: box of replacement optical parts, prisms, etc. sourced from another range finder. (02-15618/MGM). $800-1,200.

Lot: 1475 - 4 PRE WWI US MILITARY WEB BELTS.

1) REVOLVER BELT. A fine example of a 1903 dismounted OD green web belt w/ 8 pockets & subdued, rimless eagle snaps. This belt is for 38 cal. revolver ammo. Metal tabs are unmarked. CONDITION: light wear w/ minor rubbing to snaps. 2) FUZE BELT. A scarce circa 1900 US Navy white cotton web fuze belt. Belt marked, “MILLS MADE UNDER MILLS PATENTS” & “MADE BY MILLS WOVEN CARTRIDGE BELT CO. WORCESTER, MASS.” on the tabs. Belt is further marked, “MILLS” on the canvas. Fuze loops are enclosed by a canvas cover & secured by 3 sm. subdued Navy button snaps. CONDITION: light wear. 3) CAVALRY BELT. A desirable Mills 1903 cavalry cartridge belt. Belt marked, “MILLS” on the tab w/ 6 various patent dates. There are 9 pockets secured by rimless eagle snaps. CONDITION: light wear. 4) GARRISON BELT. A fine complete example of a Mill’s 1912 NCO garrison belt w/ pouch & sword hangers. Belt has a 2 piece interlocking subdued “US” buckle. Cartridge pouch is secured by 2 subdued eagle snaps. Saber hanger also has subdued mountings & snaps. Complete examples of this belt are quite difficult to find. CONDITION: very light wear overall. (02-15755/BF). $800-1,000.

Lot: 1476 - PEARL HARBOR SALVAGED 4 PIECE DINNER SERVICE FOR

REAR ADMIRAL WILLIAM FURLONG OF THE USS OGLALA. On December 7, 1941, Japanese air forces attacked the US naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The USS Oglala, after being strafed numerous times, as well as torpedoed amidships, sank while being moored next to the light cruiser, USS Helena. Admiral Furlong survived the attack & from December 12th to the end of the war was placed in charge of Pearl Harbor Navy Yard overseeing all salvage operations & repairs to ships that could return to active duty. The USS Oglala was raised, repaired & saw service to the end of WWII & beyond. The Admiral’s dinner service was salvaged from his sunken ship & returned to the Admiral’s possession. Admiral Furlong retired from active duty in July of 1945. All pieces have a blue border w/ the plates also having an inner border. Each piece boldly displays a Rear Admiral’s 2 star flag. The service includes a 9 3/4" dinner plate, a 7 1/8" side plate, a 6" saucer & a 4" handled coffee cup. A very rare opportunity to acquire dinner pieces from a flag officer w/ substantial & heroic Pearl Harbor history. CONDITION: all pieces show use but very light wear & no damage. (02-15741/BF). $800-1,200.

Lot: 1477 - WWII SOUVENIRS & SOLDIER ART.

1) COCONUT. A coconut w/ 1 side painted showing a Pacific island w/ a bomber flying above. Below is written, “Souvenir from Guam 1945 from Bob”. 2) CANTEEN. A WWII Japanese canteen w/ web sling painted on the side, “KOREA 5 1” w/ flowers below. 3) CERAMIC TRAY & COASTERS. A WWII ceramic souvenir tray likely made in Holland depicting various scenes of Corporal Joseph Klepes’ WWII military career. The lg. tray depicts various MP equipment, women of Picadilly Circus, a soldier looking at a “NACH BERLIN” sign, the Eiffel Tower w/ an “Off Limits” sign & the insignia of the 509th MP Battalion w/ the motto, “Right & Loyalty”. 6 Smaller coasters depict similar scenes. Tray measures 12 1/4" x 6 1/2" & coasters measures 3 1/4" square. Back of tray is marked, “CPL. JOSEPH KLEPES HQ. + HQ. DET. 509 M.P. BN. A.P.O. 230 U.S. ARMY.”. 4) WOODEN BLOCK. A carved wooden block for the 80th Division 317th Infantry. Block reads, “80. DIV. 317 (patch) INF.” on 1 side & “PRESS CAMP (patch) BAD TOLZ”. 5) WOODEN BOWL. A turned souvenir wooden bowl that reads on the front, “Commander Cherry Bremen 1946”. The reverse reads, “In Appreciation from the American Consulate Hand-Malerei Breitenbach Bremen, Germany 1946”. Included w/ the bowl is a book titled, “Yankee R.N.” written by Commander A.H. Cherry. 6) ASHTRAY. An aluminum souvenir ashtray that reads around the outer rim, “5TH INF. REGIMENT 71ST INF. DIVISION AUGSBURG”. There is a central medallion in brass depicting a divisional crest. 7) PORTRAIT. A gold framed miniature portrait of a WWII American pilot. Painting is exceptionally well done & the frame is held in a leather & velvet box to facilitate display. 8) CARVED PORTRAIT. An exceptionally interesting & even haunting 3D portrait of an American WWII pilot. A circular frame houses a relief carved body & visor cap of an Army pilot. The face is skillfully cut from a photograph & affixed to the carving. A beautiful piece of WWII art that we have not seen before. 9) DESK LAMP. A brown & bronze desk lamp & pen holder w/ a sm. engraved brass plaque that reads, “PRESENTED TO 1ST LIEUT. J. E. CARLSON BY OFFICERS AND MEN OF CO. H 104TH INF. JAN. 23, 1941.”. 10) SUITCASE. A lg. WWII suitcase w/ various scenes painted on the outside. Scenes include the Colosseum of Rome, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, a windmIll from Holland, a unit crest that reads, “GEBT UNS ARBEIT”, a SHAEF patch, a beer mug from Germany, mountains from Switzerland, the Po river from Rome & another SHAEF patch. The initials, “K.W.S.” are on the top. CONDITION: all items show light wear. Desk lamp has not been tested. (02-15760/BF). $800-1,000.

Lot: 1478 - LARGE VARIED LOT OF MILITARIA & RELATED ITEMS.

1) WWII US OSS STILETTO. Overall length: 12 3/8". Stiletto features a pancake flipper sheath. Knife has a darkened bronze grip w/ crosshatching, unmarked crossguard & blued blade. Sheath has green painted metal “flipper” w/ leather body. We believe this knife to be of post WWII mfg. CONDITION: stiletto shows very light wear. 2) FAIRBAIRN-SYKES COMMANDO KNIFE. Overall length: 12

Lot: 1479 - WWII GERMAN MILITARIA & RELATED ITEMS.

This group consists of 1 Luger holster. / 1 DAF belt & buckle. / 2 Luger holsters in damaged condition. / 2 PPK holsters. / 1 Box of chocolates. / 1 Box of cigarettes. / 1 Box of matches. / 1 Piece of German camouflage parachute. / 1 Piece of fabric taken from a downed barrage balloon. / 1 Lg. bag of paper money including a few occupation notes. / 1 Lg. bag of WWII German coins as well as coins of other nations. / 1 LP42 Flare gun. / 1 Frog for a police bayonet. / 1 WWI 2nd Class Iron Cross, no ribbon. / 1 1914 German Imperial badge. / 1 Blade, crossguard, pommel & ferrule for an Army dagger along w/ a portion of the grip. CONDITION: all items show light to moderate wear except as noted. (02-14388/BF). $700-900.

Lot: 1480 - 6 AMERICAN MILITARY SLINGS, 1910 RIA 38 CAL.

HOLSTER & WWI BINOCULARS. 1) 6 SLINGS. This choice group of slings includes 1 Mill’s Patent tropical sling for a 30-40 Krag. / 1 M1885 haversack sling in black bridle leather. / 1 M1885 canteen sling. / 1 Civil War cavalry sword strap/sling marked, “GAYLORD” for use w/ the M1851 saber belt. / 1 M1887 Springfield rifle sling. / 1 Leather sling for a trapdoor rifle. CONDITION: all slings show light to moderate wear & appear complete. (02-15756/BF). 2) HOLSTER. A 38 cal. pistol holster in brown russet leather w/ a “US” in oval on the front marked on the flap, “D / 1CAV / 37”. Back of belt loop marked, “ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL 1910 H.B.K.”. A rare example of an early holster marked to a specific cavalry unit. CONDITION: holster shows light wear overall. 3) BINOCULARS. A fine pair of French made binoculars measuring approx. 4 3/4" square w/ brown leather covered barrels. Eye pieces marked, “L. PETIT FABT. PARIS”. Right bridge marked, “4 1/2X”. Brown leather case complete w/ shoulder strap marked on the top, “G. BATTLE / 1917 / HX”. Battle is purported to be a British officer. CONDITION: binoculars appear fully functional. Case is complete & shows light overall wear. (02-15762/BF). $700-1,000.

Lot: 1481 - LARGE & VARIED LOT OF COLLECTIBLE MILITARIA.

1) FIELD GEAR & RELATED MATERIAL. This group includes 1 WWII parachute seat cushion. / 1 US issue non-combatant, child’s gas mask & pouch. / 1 US issue non-combatant, adult gas mask & pouch. / 1 WWII aluminum canteen & cup. / 1 White cotton canvas, plain, cadet type belt & buckle. / 1 WWII Navy signal lantern. / 2 WWII OD canvas belts. / 1 Leather pouch by Hunter. / 2

Lot: 1482 - SUPERB AMERICANA PAINTING OF A STILL LIFE

FEATURING THE EFFECTS OF A LIGHT ARTILLERY BUGLER. Outside frame measurements are 36" x 32". Inside painting measurements are 25 5/8" x 21 7/8". A very intriguing still life that appears to have been painted in the early 20th century. Painting features the personal effects of an enlisted man serving in a Light Artillery unit in the closing years of the Civil War, likely as a bugler. Items that can be seen in the still life include an M1864 Light Artillery shako, binoculars, a Light Artillery Bugler/Musician shell jacket, M1840 Light Artillery saber, fuses & other gunnery equipment, a valise & in the background, a framed photograph of an Artillery gun crew. The painting is signed in the lower left, “Catherine Ross”. Both the interior & exterior frame have an antique gold finish. Exterior frame features gold festoons at the corners on a black field. CONDITION: painting & frame show very little wear. There is minor craquelure to the painted surface, as one would expect to see in a painting of this age. are accurate though a bit naive. The use of impasto is minimal but effective where utilized. (02-15764/BF). $700-1,000.

Lot: 1483 - TANK PAINTING, TRENCH LANTERN, PHOTOS & SHIP’S

LANTERN. 1) TANK PAINTING. A WWI period painting measuring approx. 11" x 9" housed in a 15 1/2" x 13 1/2" frame. An interesting rendition of a WWI allied tank moving over a German trench w/ a German soldier peering out of the trench. Consignor states that the painting is actually done on a portion of canvas airplane fuselage repurposed as a canvas for this painting. CONDITION: painting shows very light wear as does the frame. 2) TRENCH LANTERN. A sm. trench lantern measuring 9 1/4" in height w/ bail extended. Body of lantern is tinned iron & is stamped, “NR.75” on the reservoir. There is a belt clip on the back & a bail handle on the top. The globe is marked, “FEUERHAND ATOM 75 REGISTERED TRADEMARKS JENA GLAS MADE IN GERMANY INDIA DESIGN NR 58162 REGD.”. CONDITION: lantern shows light wear & appears fully operable. 3) PHOTO. A lg. framed panoramic photo of the Plymouth (12th) Division measuring 39" x 9 1/2". There appear to be thousands of soldiers in the photograph which includes the 212th Engineers, the 34th, 35th & 36th Machine Gun Battalions, the Signal Battalion, General McCain & staff, the Sanitary Train, the Supply Train, the Headquarters Troop, the Military Police, General Hodges, the 36th Infantry, the 73rd Infantry, the Division Band, the 74th Infantry, General Woodward & the 42nd Infantry. Photograph is titled, “PLYMOUTH (12th) DIVISION MAJ. GEN. H.P. MCCAIN, COMMANDING CAMP DEVENS, MASS., DEC. 3, 1918”. CONDITION: photo is undamaged, frame shows light wear. 4) PHOTO. A lg. panoramic photo print measuring 46" x 10" showing Camp Devens, Mass. Print is marked at the base, “PUBLISHED BY THE HAMENT-ROMANS CO., PHOENIX BUILDING, BALTIMORE MD. PASSED BY COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION”. CONDITION: print is undamaged. Frame shows light wear. (02-15956/BF). 5) BRASS SHIP’S LANTERN WITH FRESNEL STYLE LENS GLOBE. Lantern measures approx. 12 1/2" in height & 5" in diameter. It has a lamp oil burner & faceted Fresnel type lens globe. There are 6 heavy brass wires protecting the globe from damage. The top of the brass body is vented to insure proper burning of the flame. A 1 3/4" brass loop tops the lantern for suspension. A brass label attached to the top reads, “LENSE PAT’D DEC. 20 1910 OTHER PATS. PEND TRADEMARK TRIPLEX”. CONDITION: lantern is quite solid. Burner functions well. Globe has a few tiny chips on the edges of some of the prisms as is inevitable w/ this type of globe. (02-15958/BF). $600-1,000.

Lot: 1484 - BRITISH FIELD GEAR, US BELTS, EPAULETS & RELATED

MILITARIA. 1) LARGE GROUP OF BRITISH FIELD GEAR & RELATED ITEMS. This varied lot includes 9 canvas ammunition mag. pouches for the STEN gun. / 1 Unissued, in original wrap spare bbl. cover for a STEN gun. / 1 Brown canvas STEN gun vest. / 1 Painted canvas bayonet frog. / 4 Various cotton web equipment packs or pouches. / 2 Equipment belts. / 3 Misc. canvas web belts. / 1 Brown leather cartridge pouch. / 1 Blue enameled canteen w/ felt covering. / 1 British “L” strap for lg. or sm. pack. / 1 Canvas cover. / A 4 button British Royal Engineers officer’s vest. / 1 Lg. empty circa 1850s British officer’s tin uniform box measuring approx. 40" x 13 1/2" x 5 1/2". Box is painted black w/ numerous red splotches. There is a brass name plate on the top that reads, “Maj. Gen. Sir Alfred Knox. K.G.B., C.M.G., M.P.,”. / 1 Cylindrical tin plume box measuring approx. 10" x 4 1/2" in diameter. Box is similarly decorated to the uniform box & has a red & white feather plume inside. CONDITION: all items show light to moderate wear & appear fully functional. Uniform box & plume box show wear to painted finish. Vest shows light wear. (02-15724/BF). 2) MILITARIA LOT WITH TIN BOXES. This lot consists of 5 empty, black enameled tin boxes for belts, epaulets or other military equipment. / 1 Lg. paperboard & canvas box for a busby. Top is marked, “STAFF Capt. Robert F. Ruthven 24 Second Co Governor’s Foot Guard”. / 1 Regulation US Army dress belt for an artillery officer in original box wrapped in original tissue paper. Also included in this box is a pair of unissued artillery colonel’s shoulder straps. / 1 Regulation US Army dress belt for an artillery officer in original box. / 1 Black enameled empty tin box from S.N. Meyer. / 6 Pairs of gold bullion knotted shoulder boards for Army officers. / 1 Black enameled tin box containing an officer’s belt for a New York Cavalry officer complete w/ “NY” belt buckle. / 1 Unissued dark brown leather officer’s Sam Brown belt in original box. / 1 Compressed fiber trunk that resembles leather & measures 14" x 18" x 14". The initials, “U.S.” are stenciled on the top. CONDITION: all items show little to no wear & most are unissued. (02-15742/BF). $600-900.

Lot: 1485 - MINE DETECTOR, GAS MASK BOX, SEMAPHORE LIGHTS & A

SHIP’S COMPASS. 1) MINE DETECTOR. An iron bound wooden box stenciled on the outside, “SIGNAL CORPS U.S. ARMY SCR-625-C ORDER NO. 17734-PHILA.-45-08 SERIAL NO. 5258”. Box measures approx. 28" x 9" x 14 1/2" & contains a regulation US mine detector & ancillary equipment w/ some spare tubes & parts. CONDITION: detector shows light general wear but has not been tested to determine if it functions. Box shows moderate wear. (02-15735/BF). 2) GAS MASK BOX. Box measures approx. 8 1/4" x 13" x 7 3/4". It is covered in olive drab paint & has a label that reads, “GAS MASK SAFETY SERVICE DAVIS EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT CO., INC. NEW YORK”. There is also a decal that reads, “STANDARD SAFETY EQUIPMENT CO. CHICAGO, ILL. - - - NEWARK, N.J.”. The interior of the box contains a filtration canister & associated straps for the gas mask but there is no face mask included. CONDITION: box is solid & shows light to moderate wear. Canister shows light wear. (02-15736/BF). 3) SEMAPHORE. A US Navy semaphore light of a type & style that was used during the D-Day Invasion. The metal box measures approx. 14" x 9 1/2" x 10" & is painted black. The attached label reads, “Multi-purpose Signaling Light Type A N.D. Spec. 17L15 PORTABLE LAMP & EQUIPMENT CO. PITTSBURGH, PA. Contract No. NXSS-44939 Date: December 27, 1943”. Box contains 1 semaphore light for signaling & associated equipment. CONDITION: box shows moderate wear. Light shows light wear. Semaphore light has not been test for functionality. 4) SEMAPHORE. A US Navy semaphore light of a type & style that was used during the D-Day Invasion. The metal box measures approx. 14" x 9 1/2" x 10" & is painted black. The attached label reads, “MULTIPURPOSE SIGNAL LIGHT TYPE A BUSHIPS DWG 9000-S6405-73027-ALT-0 PORTABLE LAMP & EQUIPMENT CO. PITTSBURGH, PENNA. CONTRACT No. NXsx - 71350”. Box contains 1 semaphore light for signaling & associated equipment. CONDITION: box shows light wear & light shows light wear. Semaphore light has not been test for functionality. (02-15737(2)/BF). 5) COMPASS. A fine quality ship’s compass housed in a gray painted wooden box that measures approx. 13 1/2" x 13 1/2" x 7 3/4". An attached label reads, “U.S. NAVY - BU. OF SHIPS MARK 1 N NAVY STD. 7 1/2" ILLUMINATED COMPASS MADE BY THE LIONEL CORPORATION NEW YORK. N.Y. U.S.A.”. Compass itself has a similar marking around the top rim. CONDITION: compass appears fully functional but has not been calibrated or tested. Box shows moderate wear. (02-15738/BF). $600-900.

Lot: 1486 - GROUPING OF MILITARY & BOOKS REGARDING MILITARIA.

1) LARGE ASSORTED GROUP OF MILITARIA, MOSTLY US, OF THE WORLD WAR II ERA. Group includes USMC Jacket/Herring Bone from Philadelphia Depot, dated “1945”. / Canvas travel case w/ zippered closures marked “US” measuring approx. 2’x18”x24". / US 1st aid kit stocked w/ bandages & ammonia inhalants. / Tool roll M-12, contains 3 hemostat clamps. / US marked hand axe “PLUMB 1942” w/ replacement handle & “1943” dated canvas carrier. / 6 1/2” Blade unmarked M4 bayonet w/ out scabbard. 6 1/2” blade bayonet marked “U.S. M5A1 MILPAR COL.” w/ plastic scabbard. / Vietnam era pilots knife w/ 5 1/8” sawback blade, leather sheath has whetstone. / Rare floating dinghy knife w/ cork handle. / US canvas map case dated 1943. / Canvas spare bbl. cover M8 dated 1943. / Black US Navy flashlight for use in explosive atmospheres. / M24 graphical firing tables in canvas belt pouch w/ original cardboard packing box dated 1945 & “TM 9-524” manual. / US Navy packing overseas cap w/ USN anchor insignia. / Spanish American War Pennsylvania marked cloth covered canteen. / Inert shell casings include 37mm M17 w/ projectile. / Inert pineapple hand grenade w/ M228 trading fuse. / US Military Lensatic compass by Waltham Watch Co. / 3 WWII vintage canteens w/ canvas covers. 3 WWII pistol belts. / Booklet Society of the 355th infantry WWI national directory. / This lot also contains other misc. militaria. CONDITION: runs from fair to good, items may have wear, staining, loose straps, tarnishing. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15452/RW). 2) INTERESTING ASSORTMENT OF BOOKS DEALING WITH MILITARIA & MILITARY HISTORY. “World War II Combat Squadrons of U.S.A.F.”, “Insignia of the Waffen SS” by Michaelis, “Amereican Badges” by Kerrigan, “The Blues Devils in Italy” by Chuck, “Ships and Aircraft of the US Fleet”, “CAVU 44G (Yearbook)”,”VanBriggle Pottery” by Sasicki, “Gun Digest 1957”, “Encyclopedia of the United States Army Insignia and Uniforms”, “The Mighty 8th” by Freeman & “US Military Patches of World War II” by Turner. Lot also includes undated capture certificate w/ items listed: “German belt buckle”, “arm band”, “memo books”, etc. CONDITION: ranges from good to very good w/ light wear, staining & scuffing. Certificate has been folded, is lightly stained but is generally legible. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15467 & 02-15468/RW). $600-1,000.

Lot: 1487 - WWII GERMAN & US HEADGEAR, TELEPHONE & MORE.

This varied group consists of 1 WWII US Army Air Corps officer’s hat w/ 50 mission crush. / 1 Late WWII to Korean War senior officer’s visor hat w/ Luxenberg label. / 1 Visor cap for the Coronado Flyers, a travel club airline operating 1975-1981. / 1 WWII German Army Panzer overseas cap w/ cloth eagle, cockade & pink chevron. / 1 WWII German police helmet. Helmet is black w/ Party decal on 1 side & police decal on the other. Leather liner is intact but no chinstrap. / 1 American Tel & Tel Co. black stick phone w/ rotary dial on the base & hand held earpiece. CONDITION: US hats show light wear. Panzer cap shows some mothing. Helmet has 90% finish & 85% decals. Stick phone appears to operate but has not been tested. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15449/BF). $500-800.

Lot: 1488 - PRE WWI TO WWII PAINTINGS & FRAMED MILITARIA.

1) PHOTOGRAPH. A 26" x 24" frame w/ photo of 10 Massachusetts officers & enlisted men dated 1907 measuring 14 1/2" x 11 1/2". Photo is from the 2nd Regiment Marksmanship Competition of 1907 & these 10 men represent the champions. All men are named below the photo. CONDITION: photograph is sharp, clear & has been well protected by the frame. Frame shows expected handling wear. 2) PHOTOGRAPH. A 26" x 24" frame w/ photo of 5 Massachusetts officers & enlisted men dated 1907 measuring 14 1/2" x 11 1/2". Photo is from the New England Marksmanship Competition of 1907 & these 5 men represent the champions of New England. All men are named below the photo. CONDITION: photograph is sharp, clear & has been well protected by the frame. Frame shows expected handling wear. 3) BLOOD CHITS. A 23 1/2" x 16" frame containing 2 matted blood chits. 1 Chit shows a Chinese flag w/ Chinese characters below. The other shows a British flag w/ what appears to be Burmese writing below. Chits measure approx. 8" x 10" each. CONDITION: chits show some staining & discoloration but no tears. Chits have not been examined out of frame. 4) ROSTER. A 24" x 19 1/2" frame containing a WWI decorative roster titled, “Ambulance Co. 28, 4th Division, United States Regulars”. The roster lists all members of the company & notes that they were mustered into service on August 28, 1917 at Ft. Ontario, Oswego, N.Y. The decorative design shows the flags of the Allied Nations w/ Lady Liberty clutching an American flag along w/ an American eagle & WWI battle scene. CONDITION: colors remain vivid. Frame shows minor wear. 5) PORTRAIT. A 32" x 26" gold frame containing a painted portrait of a WWII US sergeant wearing a US Army Europe patch on the left shoulder & a Good Conduct medal bar & an ETO medal bar above the left pocket. Collar disks indicate Infantry. Painting is signed, “30/4/45 Mde Lapeyriere Paris”. CONDITION: painting has a few scattered, minor losses but is substantially intact & quite folky. (02-15732-2(5)/BF). 6) PORTRAIT. An unframed 24" x 20" oil portrait on canvas of a Field Grade Artillery officer of WWII. The officer is in full dress uniform & wears the following medals: War w/ Spain, WWI Victory, WWI Occupation, American Defense, ETO, WWII Victory & WWII Occupation. He also wears the Order of the Crown of Italy around his neck. The hilt of his sword is visible in the painting. CONDITION: the painting shows very minor scattered wear. (02-15763/BF). $400-700.

Lot: 1489 - WWI DOG TAGS, WWI & WWII MILITARIA & ARMY AIR

CORPS UNIFORM GROUP. 1) WWI DOG TAGS & WWI & WWII MILITARIA. This varied lot includes 4 veteran’s overseas caps. / 4 WWI souvenir handkerchiefs. / A 1896 Japanese post card. / 1 History of Ipswich, Mass. / 1 Knights of Columbus sash & sm. banner. / 1 Trench art crucifix. / 1 Pair of WWI dog tags for “1st LT. H. D. HALE, US AIR SERVICE, AEF”. / 1 Pair of WWI dog tags for “CARL A. PROCTOR SUPPLY CO. 2ND MAINE INF”. / 1 Brass rosary. / 1 French trench lighter. / 1 Luggage tag for “C. A. PROCTOR WATERVILLE 1917”. / 1 Sharpshooter badge w/ 1915 bar. / 1 Knights of Columbus license plate tag. / 1 Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen tag. / 20 Lapel pins for various organizations. / 1 WWI Army song book. / 2 Collar insignia w/ “80”. / 1 Volunteer Observer pin for the Aircraft Warning Service. / A 1944 letter from the Secretary of War about the Aircraft Warning Service. / 1 Membership certificate in the Aircraft Warning Service. / 1 Lg. map of Essex County, Mass. Denoting coverage areas of the Aircraft Warning Service. CONDITION: all items show light wear. Paper has staining & edge wear. (02-15805/BF). 2) ARMY AIR CORPS UNIFORM GROUP. Uniform group comes in a period trunk & includes an Ike jacket for a First Sergeant. Right shoulder patch indicates US Strategic Air Forces Europe. Left shoulder patch indicates 9th Air Force. 4 Award ribbon bar & collar disks for a medic. Right pocket has a ruptured duck above. Lot further includes a sm. section of camouflage cloth, 1 cotton khaki shirt, 1 wool OD shirt & 1 enlisted overcoat for a 1st Sergeant in the Air Force. CONDITION: trunk shows moderate to heavy wear. Uniform items show light use. (02-15806/BF). $400-700.

Lot: 1490 - LUGER SNAIL DRUM, POUCHES & CHINESE HOLSTER.

1) 2nd issue Type 1 Snail Drum w/ stamped winder. Top cover "B/N" marked w/ S# 24841 plus bottom cover numbered 3947; no reinforcement rings on either cover. Good appearance w/ scattered peppery oxidation along w/ some light active oxidation on bottom cover. Winder has resistance but does not feel like it is winding a spring plus mag. portion is empty. 2) Reproduction black leather drum pouch w/ harness having plated buckles. No maker markings. Very good appearance w/ slight oxidation on buckles. 3) Reproduction black leather drum pouch w/ harness having plated buckles. No maker markings. Very good appearance w/ slight oxidation on buckles. 4) Very good black leather flap holster w/ back marked "MADE IN CHINA"; appears for Type 54 pistol. Interior w/ dark blue corduroy lining. Stud & strap retention plus spare mag. pouch. Double belt loops w/ strap rings having light oxidation. Includes cleaning rod inside holder. (02-15344/NW). $350-500.

Lot: 1491 - US ARMY MODEL 1904 MCCLELLAN ARTILLERY MODEL

SADDLE. In 1902, regulations for the Uniform of the Army changed all leather parts of the uniform from black to russet including saddles. The saddle w/ 11" seat is marked on circular pads w/ the left side being "S&R P.P.F." Right side marked "W&S 1919 F.C.L." Iron artillery stirrups are marked "BM CO US". Saddle appears complete w/ all straps and horse hair girt. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: copy of book "United States Military Saddles 1812-1943" by Randy Steffen. CONDITION: saddle has wear w/ dry appearance & some light insect damage on the underside of the tree. Straps have scuffing & cracking but stitching is sound. (02-15959/RW). $350-500.

Lot: 1492 - WWII GERMAN NSFK FALLEN FLYER MEMORIAL STATUE.

Statue measures approx. 11" high w/ a wing span of 10". Statue depicts a nude winged mail taking flight. The marble base is approx. 3 1/2" high & is trapezoidal in form. It has a central black band incised into the marble. Consignor states that this was an NSFK statue given to the family of flyers that perished in the service of the NSFK. The black band indicates it was a memorial trophy. CONDITION: brass has a wonderful rich patina. Marble base is undamaged. (02-15957/BF). $300-500.

Lot: 1493 - US REGULATION M1902 BRIGADIER GENERAL EPAULETTES

IN TIN.A fine pair of gold bullion epaulettes adhering to the regulation of 1902 featuring a silver star on the top of the epaulette w/ a gold embroidered Great Seal of the United States on the paddle section. Both buttons are present. Reverse is backed in red leather & burgundy velvet. Epaulettes are marked on the brass clip, “LEFT” & “RIGHT”. Wide 2 layer bullion drops indicate General’s rank. Epaulettes are complete w/ Japanned tin carrying case. CONDITION: epaulettes show light overall wear. Tin case shows moderate wear & the outside hasp is broken. (02-15635/BF). $300-500.

Lot: 1494 - 2 GROUPINGS OF MILITARIA.

1) GROUP OF MILITARY BUTTONS, GOOD CONDUCT MEDALS & MORE. This varied group includes 28 uniform buttons including Navy, Marine Corps, NYNHRR, military academy, GAR & more. / 1 Brass key tag for the British Grenadier Guards. / 3 Navy Good Conduct medals. / 1 Marine Corps Good Conduct medal. / 1 Coast Guard Good Conduct medal. / 1 Army Good Conduct medal. / 1 WWI Infantry collar disk. / 1 Independent Order of Foresters medal. CONDITION: most items show light to moderate wear. (02-15893/BF). 2) LARGE GROUP OF MOSTLY UNITED STATES MILITARY INSIGNIA, MEDALS, PINS & MORE. This lg. & varied group includes but is not limited to rank insignia, flight wings, ribbon bars, medals, hat & collar insignia, an Apollo 12 patch, a launching pin from the USS Billfish, American Legion medals, a yachting patch, military money clip, EOD badge & much more. CONDITION: items generally show light wear. (02-15894/BF). $250-450.

Lot: 1495 - EARLY WWII M-1 HELMET & U.S.N. MARK 2 KNIFE.

1) HELMET: early M1 helmet w/ front seam & boil solid vail. Canvas chinstrap. Fiber liner w/ suspension, early sweatband & leather chinstrap. Helmet & liner have blue/gray navy type colors. CONDITION: helmet in very good condition. Helmet has thinning, light wear & scattered scratches. Strap & suspension parts have light wear & staining. Some suspension parts have sm. tears. 2) KNIFE: 6 7/8" Fullered blade U.S.N. Mark 2 knife. Left ricasso has "U.S.N.". Right ricasso marked "CAMILLUS, N.Y.". Steel cross guard. Leather washer handle & early style grip cap fastened w/ spanner nut. 2 Piece folding leather sheath marked "U.S.N." at throat. CONDITION: knife retains 75% thinning original blue finish. Knife has sm. notch in false edge. Has been lightly sharpened. Leather washer handle has wear at grooves. Slightly stained appearance. Sheath has light wear & staining throughout w/ oxidized rivets. Stitching is tight. Sheath has hole at tip likely added for tie down thong. (02-15818/RW). $200-300.

Lot: 1496 - ATTRACTIVE WOODEN MODEL OF LIFE BOAT #14 FROM THE

RMS TITANIC. This well made life boat measures approx. 32" x 9 3/4". It is painted in blue, white & dark red. The outside has plaques that read, “LIVERPOOL” & “WHITE STAR LINE” on each side. Each side also has a rendition of the White Star Line flag w/ the number “14”. The interior of the boat features appropriate ropes, a medical kit, water kegs, a rations box, sails/covers, 10 oars & matching rudder w/ “14” painted on it. The gunwale has 10 oar locks to facilitate placement of the oars. Additionally, there are 2 wooden stands to display the boat. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: a newspaper article showing the iceberg which sunk the Titanic. CONDITION: boat shows minor handling wear only. (02-15777/BF). $200-350.

Lot: 1497 - 2 GROUPINGS OF MOSTLY WWII MILITARY UNIFORMS &

GEAR. Items include WWII Air Corp "Ike" jacket w/ insignias, ribbons & patches. Patches are 8th & 9th Air Force. Jacket is ID'd to J. Reiser. / Green wool pants. / Green wool high neck sweater. / Green knit v-neck vest w/ American Red Cross tag. / Khaki necktie. Khaki officer's garrison cap dated 1945. / Well worn pleated fatigue cap w/ rectangular yellow cloth patch. / Unmarked brown leather "Sam Browne" belt. / Green US marked WWII ten pocket belt. / Brown leather "BUCHEIMER" holster size PM-20. / 2 Pocket M1 carbine mag. pouches. / WWI cartridge belt for Browning automatic rifle dated 9-18 w/ metal butt socket. Belt has 4 BAR mag. pouches & 2 pistol mag. pouches. / US marked brown leather holster for 1911 Colt w/ added extended retaining strap. Holster dated 1918. Undated US 2 piece mess kit w/ stamped knife & fork. / 2 WWII 30 cal. machine gun cleaning kits. / 1 - 50 Cal. machine gun cleaning kit. / US marked undated M1 carbine carrying case. / Gas mask bag M1A1 V Army service gas mask. / 2 Army wire cutters: 1 marked US dated 1942, 1 appears to be Vietnam era both have canvas belt pouches. / Reproduction black leather McKeever cartridge box. / 2 Green Army flashlights. / US Army map case dated 1945. / US Army Musette bag. CONDITION: items are in generally good serviceable condition w/ light wear, staining, scuffing & flexing. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15465/RW). 1) EMERGENCY SUSTENANCE VEST. Type C-1 marked US Army Air Forces & has winged star on blue background. Vest has numerous pockets which are marked for content including signal mirror, cartridges, flare & rations. Mfg. by BRESLEE CO. 2) IKE JACKET. Jacket has rolling W patch on right shoulder & 3rd Infantry Division patch on left. Papers included ID'd the jacket to Sargeant Delmer Miller who took part in the liberation of the Ohrdruf concentration camp & includes additional internet information. 3) GABARDINE JACKET. Jacket has CBI patch on right sleeve. Army Air Corp patch on left sleeve. "Bucking horse" insignia pin on badges on both epaulettes. Also w/ 2nd Lieutenant bars & flight wings w/ ribbons & unit citation badge. Jacket from Childress Field Exchange by Kahn Tailoring Co. 4) LONG WOOL GREAT COAT. Coat has 3 button closure & "ruptured duck" patch on right breast. 5) WWII ERA FIELD JACKET. Jacket is unmarked w/ added leather loops inside. Loops are made from parts of rifle sling possibly to carry a weapon under the coat. 6) GREEN GABARDINE TROUSER W/ BUTTON FLY. 7) OD GREEN WOOL BRITISH BATTLEDRESS BLOUSE. 1940 pattern. Dated Jan 1943. Size 12. Also includes khaki tie & green web belt w/ brass "crossed rifles" buckle. CONDITION: most items in good to very good condition w/ tight stitching. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15952/RW). $350-800.

Lot: 1498 - LARGE WWI US MILITARY PORTABLE RECRUITING SCALE.

This lg. cast iron & wood folding, transportable recruiting scale measures approx. 28" x 15" x 9 1/2" when closed. The exterior is painted black. The interior houses a base & mechanism for weighing recruits for the military. The interior wood is painted a dull yellow & the metal is painted black. The platform that the recruit would stand on is embossed, “FARIBANKS RECRUITING OFFICE SCALE.”. CONDITION: scale appears to be complete & in functioning order. It shows light wear overall. (02-14467/BF). $150-200.

Lot: 1499 - BOAR WAR PHOTO OF WINSTON CHURCHILL ON SHIP.

This rare circa 1899 photograph measures 5" x 6" & the image measures 4" x 3". It depicts a group of men on the bridge of a ship in turn of the century attire. The back of the photo has an inscription that reads, “Arrival of Winston Churchill from Delagoa on bridge”. This rare photograph of Winston Churchill was taken in South Africa shortly after Churchill’s escape from a Boar War prison camp. His escape was celebrated around the Empire after he presented himself at the British Consulate at Delagoa Bay, Portuguese East Africa. The photograph was later included in the autumn 1987 issue of the “Finest Hour”, the publication of the International Churchill Society. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: a copy of the autumn 1987 publication, “Finest Hour”. Also included is information about the Boar War & Churchill’s escape from captivity. CONDITION: photo is crisp & clear. The mounting card a bit discolored. (02-15666/BF). $400-800.

Lot: 1500 - 2 NAVAL DRAWINGS.

1) VERY NICELY DETAILED CHARCOAL/PENCIL DRAWING OF ADMIRAL WILLIAM D. LEAHY. Admiral Leahy rose during his long career to be Chief of Naval Operations, the most senior officer in the United States Navy. He served throughout WWII as Personal Chief of Staff to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. He served as Chief of Staff & served under Harry S. Truman until his 1949 retirement. He was the first naval officer ever to hold a 5-star rank in the US armed forces. Drawing shows Admiral Leahy in uniform & is signed by artist Larry Pendleton. Dated "43". Larry Pendleton is also known for a portrait of Harry Truman which he presented to the new president in 1945. Drawing measures approx. 16" X 20". CONDITION: drawing has scattered sm. areas of light staining & notable sm. stain on left edge but has good attractive appearance. (02-15637/RW). 2) FRAMED PEN & INK DRAWING OF THE USS CALIFORNIA (ACR-6) & POEM BOTH BY ADMIRAL HARRY M. P. HUSE. Admiral Huse attended the US Navy Academy & had a long distinguished service until his retirement in 1922. He won the Medal of Honor during the landings at Vera Cruz, Mexico April 1914 for distinguished conduct. Pen & ink drawing appears to be USS California later renamed USS San Diego, a United States Navy armored cruiser. Drawing measures 3" X 4 3/4" & shows the port side silhouette of the ship which has a cage foremast & four funnels. The setting sun is behind the forward part of the ship. The poem which is hand printed in black ink memorializes the sinking of the ship. Drawing is signed Admiral Huse. Also included is internet information on Admiral Huse & the USS California. CONDITION: frame, drawing & poem are in very good condition. (02-15640/RW). $300-500.

Lot: 1501 - WWI GENERAL SURGERY KIT.

A wonderful example of a WWI field surgical kit housed in a tan canvas rollup case. Canvas case measures approx. 63" x 24 1/2" when unrolled. Case marked, “J SKLAR MFG. CO. Brooklyn N.Y. CONTRACT DATES JULY 22, 1912”. Kit contains numerous stainless steel surgical tools including an amputation saw, various cutters & forceps, a drill, wooden hammer & bone chisels, plus a myriad of other implements. There are 2 stainless containers, snapped into 1 end, that hold smaller instruments & apparatus. Containers are marked, “PATENTED NOV. 5, 1912”. A few instruments appear to be missing but the kit is substantially complete. CONDITION: instruments appear to be unissued or lightly used at best. The canvas rollup case shows light wear w/ a few scattered minor stains. 1 Outer closing strap is missing. (02-15370/BF). $700-1,100.

Lot: 1502 - FINE KNIFE & SHEATH PICURED ON BACK COVER OF

HOWARD COLE’S “THE SKINNING KNIFE”. Knife and sheath are photographed on back cover of 1996 text “The Skinning Knife” by well known WWII fighting knife maker and author Howard Cole. This 11" wide blade skinner is shown on page 34 & is in like new condition as is his custom made, signed, fringed, tacked, brown leather sheath. PROVENANCE: Roger Ballard collection. CONDITION: fine to excellent overall. (02-15815/JS). $600-800.

Lot: 1503 - SHOULDER STOCK/HOLSTER FOR SOVIET STECHKIN

MACHINE PISTOL. The Stechkin automatic pistol is a Soviet select fire machine pistol typically chambered in 9x18mm Makarov introduced into service in 1951. Designed by Igor Yakovlevich Stechkin as a personal defense weapon for those in confined spaces such as tankers & pilots, this straight blowback select fire machine pistol was intended to offer sufficient fire power w/ out taking up the room a full size rifle would necessitate. As one would imagine, because these are select fire they are quite rare to find in the United States. Long Mountain Outfitters facilitated the import of a sm. Number of these in the 1990s, all either post 86 dealer samples, or reduced to parts kits. The stock is a brown bakelite material w/ a spring loaded hinge at the buttplate. It is actuated by use of a button. Since they double as a holster when not in use, it has a belt clip on the left side for right side carry. The stock interfaces w/ the pistol grip in a similar manner to the familiar Browning Hi-Power & Colt 1911 systems. CONDITION: the stock appears to be completely operational missing only the pistol itself as the key component. There are normal scratches & impressions as found in armory type equipment. All springs are strong & locks/latches function in a positive manner. (02-15347/JZ). NON-GUN. $200-300.

Lot: 1504 - WWII GERMAN KREIGSMARINE BINOCULARS.

A fine pair of Kreigsmarine binoculars from the WWII period likely for a U-boat. Binoculars have markings near the eyepieces & under the rubber covers that read “7x50”, “beh” denoting mfg. by Ernst Leitz Optische Werke & “444752”. Rubber eye pieces & covers are completely intact as are the rubber boots around the lenses. Long leather suspension strap attached. CONDITION: very fine optics w/ sharp images & no visible issues. There is some wear to the black finish on the body of the binoculars due to shipboard use. (02-15613-1/BF). $700-1,000.

Lot: 1505 - JAPANESE BATTLESHIP "BIG EYE" BINOCULARS ON

TRIPOD. These lg. high quality optics were mounted on most Japanese ships during WWII. This 20 power pair have 4" objective lenses & measures 21" front to back. An elevation quadrant is installed in mounting pivot. Information plate on top gives S# of “884" w/ optical information “20X 3 degrees”. Maker’s mark is “EK” in a star (Enomoto Kogaku). Plate is also stamped “JES ??”. Comes complete w/ aluminum tripod by Gitzo w/ base adapted to these binoculars. CONDITION: it appears these binoculars actually saw service during the war & saw some of the ravages of being outside in a salty environment. Although most of the paint is intact, it is considerably faded & objective lens mounting rings show corrosion & expansion from contact w/ the elements. Optically fair to good. Prisms somewhat clouded w/ flare in right side. Objectives lenses show some fogging on interior. Ocular lenses fairly clear. Rubber eye cups are perished. (02-15619/MGM). $1,000-1,800.

Lot: 1506 - WWII AUSTRIAN AIR FORCE PILOT’S DAGGER.

Overall length: 15 3/8". Blade is marked, “ZEITLER WIEN VIII”. Plated crossguard & pommel. Crossguard has a white enameled triangle inside a red circle in the center of the guard. Composite white grip. Silver plated brass scabbard. CONDITION: blade has a pleasing finish. Hilt has all plating intact & no damage to the enamel insignia. Grip is undamaged. Scabbard has 1 sm. dent about 3 1/4" up from the tip. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15448-4/BF). $400-700.

Lot: 1507 - WWII & LATER GERMAN & AMERICAN MILITARIA.

1) EAST GERMAN ARMY DAGGER IN ORIGINAL BOX & MORE. Dagger measures 15 1/2" overall & is unissued w/ tags in original box. Plain dbl. fullered blade is stamped, “84552” at the ricasso. Plated hilt w/ cream colored plastic grip. Dagger has plated mounts featuring the DDR seal & an anodized black body. Dagger is complete w/ hanger & belt loop. Original box has a green finish. Included in the box is a smaller area w/ a miniature Mauser K98 bayonet inside. Bayonet is 7 1/4" overall w/ a blackened blade, black plastic grips & plated hilt. CONDITION: unissued w/ some outside wear to box. (02-15609/BF). 2) WWII GERMAN GAS MASK CANISTER, MEDICAL KIT, REPRODUCTION HELMET & POST WWII GOGGLES. This group includes an original WWII German gas mask canister in green paint w/ associated leather & canvas straps. No gas mask is included. / Original WWII German field medical kit housed in a black leather pouch w/ belt loops. Pouch is marked, “Ferd. Gurth Sattlermeister DRESDEN”. Pouch contains various medical instruments, wrappings & salves. / Reproduction dbl. decal Wehrmacht helmet w/ size “58” stamped in the liner. Surface features field green paint. Brown leather liner w/ black leather chinstrap. / Pair of post WWII aviator or motorcycle goggles. Unissued in original box. CONDITION: canister shows overall moderate wear. Medical kit shows light wear. Helmet shows storage wear only. Goggles are unissued. (02-15613-2/BF). 3) WWII GERMAN MEDAL, TINNIES, BADGES, PINS & MUCH MORE. This varied group consists of an Adolf Hitler medal that reads, “GEMEINNUTZ VOR EIGENNUTZ”. / 1 Black Wound badge. / Half of a German soldier’s dog tag. / 7 WHW pins. / 5 Tinnies. / 1 Edelweiss cap insignia. / 1 German hunting tinnie. / 2 RAD pins. / 1 1935 Pressed wood medallion. / 1 Gamsbart. / 1 Italian cap badge. / 1 Green canvas pouch for folding goggles. / 1 Chain hanger likely for a French Air Force dagger. / 1 Wehrpass for Johann Schonwetter dated 1938 w/ appropriate stamps. Included w/ the Wehrpass are a few other sm. card passes. / 1 US case for a sm. radio marked “MX 2915/PT STAR DYNAMIC CORP.” The case is identified to Team #1 47th Security Police Sq. / The lot further includes a few items of undetermined origin that we believe are likely of post WWII production. These items include 1 miniature Navy dagger, 1 miniature Army dagger, 1 Wehrmacht Army belt buckle, 1 Pour le Merite (medal only), 1 Gestapo ID tag & 1 presentation box for a badge. CONDITION: all items generally show light to medium wear. Post WWII items show light to storage wear only. (02-15614-3/BF). $600-800.

Lot: 1508 - JAPANESE TYPE 99 CAVALRY SABER & TYPE 30 ARISAKA

BAYONET. 1) BAYONET. Overall length: 21". Plain single fullered blade. Iron guard has a hook quillon. Iron pommel. 2 Piece wood grip. Black enameled iron scabbard. CONDITION: light wear overall. (02-15671/BF). 2) SWORD. Overall length: 37". Blade length: 30 1/2". Plain single fullered blade numbered at the ricasso, “64074”. Sheet iron guard w/ iron backstrap & pommel. 1 Piece checkered wood grip. Iron scabbard numbered on the drag, “114171”. CONDITION: blade has a pleasing finish w/ a few scattered, minor areas of discoloration. Hilt has a dark patina. Grip is undamaged. (02-15672/BF). $350-500.

Lot: 1509 - LARGE GROUP OF 23 LARGE VINTAGE KNIVES.

Group is about half World War II era side knives & fighting knives, several of which are theater made; three 19th century style lg. clip point bowies; only one folder & it is a 5" blade Vietnam souvenir. CONDITION: range from fair to fine. Nice dealer grouping. PROVENANCE: Collection of Roger Ballard. (02-15650/JS). $400-600.

Lot: 1510 - GROUP OF 3 WWI AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 12" x 45". The poster depicts a lg. “V”. The poster reads, “VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN BRING ‘EM ON WE’LL BUY OR BUST”. 2) This poster measures approx. 37" x 57". The poster depicts 3 French peasant women hauling a plow. The poster reads in part, “WILL YOU HELP THE WOMEN OF FRANCE? SAVE WHEAT”. Poster shows minor damage in upper left corner. The photographic image of the French women on poster #6 in lot 1538 was the inspiration for the artist's rendition on this poster. 3) This poster measures approx. 40" x 27". The poster depicts the Goddess of Liberty in the foreground w/ a draped American flag behind. The poster reads in part, “AMERICANS ALL! VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN”. CONDITION: all posters show light wear. Posters are housed in individual frames & not examined out of frame. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15366-5/BF). $700-1,100.

Lot: 1511 - GROUP OF 3 WWI AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 41" x 32". The poster depicts Liberty w/ an American flag raised in her hand & American troops marching behind her. The poster reads, “FIGHT OR BUY BONDS THIRD LIBERTY LOAN”. 2) This poster measures approx. 38" x 27". The poster depicts an American farmer reaching into his pocket. The poster reads, “SURE! WE’LL FINISH THE JOB VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN”. 3) This poster measures approx. 30" x 20". The poster depicts a photograph of Woodrow Wilson between American shields. The poster reads in part, “THE TIME HAS COME TO CONQUER OR SUBMIT. FOR US THERE IS BUT ONE CHOICE. WE HAVE MADE IT.”. CONDITION: all posters show light wear. Posters are housed in individual frames & not examined out of frame. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15366-10/BF). $700-1,100.

Lot: 1512 - GROUP OF 3 WWI AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 30" x 20". The poster depicts a returning soldier wearing a Distinguished Service Cross hugging his family. The poster reads, “FOR HOME AND COUNTRY VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN”. 2) This poster measures approx. 30" x 20". The poster depicts a haunting view of starving European civilians. The poster reads, “DON’T WASTE FOOD WHILE OTHERS STARVE!”. 3) This poster measures approx. 30" x 20". This rare poster depicts an American eagle flying over & defending a US merchant & transport fleet likely sailing to the relief of Europe. The poster reads, “THE SHIPS ARE COMING”. CONDITION: all posters show light wear. Posters are housed in individual frames & not examined out of frame. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15366-11/BF). $700-1,100.

Lot: 1513 - GROUP OF 4 WWI AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 43" x 29". The poster reads in part, “STAND FAST AMERICA! BEWARE THE SOFT PEDAL! THE GERMAN PROPOGANDA IS STILL BUSY. FRIGHTFULNESS HAVING FAILED, THE WHIMPER FOLLOWS. JUSTICE, BUT NOT FLOWERS!”. 2) This poster measures approx. 43" x 29". The poster depicts a Marine w/ his rifle slung & wearing a helmet carrying a lg. stack of books. The poster reads, “BOOKS WANTED FOR OUR MEN IN CAMP AND OVER THERE TAKE YOUR GIFTS TO THE PUBLIC LIBRARY”. 3) This poster measures approx. 30" x 20". The poster depicts what appears to be General Pershing holding the hand of 2 children. The poster reads, “HELP HIM WIN BY SAVING AND SERVING BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS”. 4) This poster measures approx. 31" x 21". The poster depicts a member of the YMCA pouring coffee for a beleaguered soldier w/ a YMCA to the rear. The poster reads in part, “FOR YOUR BOY UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN NOVEMBER 11-18, 1918”. CONDITION: all posters show light wear. Posters are housed in individual frames & not examined out of frame. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15366-13/BF). $700-1,100.

Lot: 1514 - GROUP OF 4 WWI AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 42" x 31". The poster depicts an American soldier w/ his rifle on his soldier carrying 3 captured German helmets. The poster reads, “AND THEY THOUGHT WE COULDN’T FIGHT VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN”. 2) This poster measures approx. 41" x 31". The poster depicts a silhouette of a farmer plowing w/ a backdrop of an artillery battle scene. The poster reads, “FARM TO WIN OVER THERE JOIN THE U.S. BOY’S WORKING RESERVE YOUNG MEN 16 TO 21 THE ARMY BEHIND THE ARMY”. 3) This poster measures approx. 41" x 32". The poster depicts a returning soldier wearing a Distinguished Service Cross hugging his family. The poster reads, “FOR HOME AND COUNTRY VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN”. 4) This poster measures approx. 30" x 20". The poster depicts Joan of Arc w/ her sword raised. The poster reads, “JOAN OF ARC SAVED FRANCE WOMEN OF AMERICA SAVE YOUR COUNTRY BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS”. CONDITION: all posters show light wear. Posters are housed in individual frames & not examined out of frame. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15366-9/BF). $700-1,100.

Lot: 1515 - GROUP OF 4 WWII AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 40" x 29". The poster depicts the 5 Sullivan brothers & the hatch of a ship. The poster reads in part, "THE FIVE SULLIVAN BROTHERS MISSING IN ACTION OFF THE SOLOMANS THEY DID THEIR PART”. This is one of the most famous posters of WWII & depicts the Sullivan brothers who were all killed when their ship was sunk by the Japanese. Poster marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1943”. 2) This poster measures approx. 40" x 29". The poster depicts the Statue of Liberty torch w/ a man’s arm alongside grasping savings bonds. The poster reads, "85 MILLION AMERICANS HOLD WAR BONDS ”. Poster marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945” & “OFFICAL U.S. TREASURY POSTER”. 3) This poster measures approx. 40" x 29". The poster depicts a surfaced US submarine w/ 2 Navy sailors sending semaphore & watching w/ binoculars. The poster reads, "FIRE AWAY! 5TH WAR LOAN BUY EXTRA BONDS”. Poster marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944”. 4) This poster measures approx. 28" x 20". The poster depicts a simplified raising of the flag at Mr. Suribachi. The poster reads, "BUY YOUR EXTRA BONDS HERE 7TH WAR LOAN”. Poster marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945” & “OFFICIAL U.S. TREASURY POSTER”. CONDITION: all posters show very light wear. Posters have been folded & show creases but no damage unless noted above. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15804-14/BF). $600-900.

Lot: 1516 - GROUP OF 4 WWII AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 40" x 29". The poster depicts a toddler being held up by his father. The poster reads, "PROTECT HIS FUTURE BUY AND KEEP WAR BONDS”. Poster marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944” & “OFFICIAL U.S. TREASURY POSTER”. 2) This poster measures approx. 40" x 29". The poster depicts a little girl. The poster reads in part, "TO HAVE AND TO HOLD BUY WAR BONDS”. Poster marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944” & “OFFICIAL U.S. TREASURY POSTER”. 3) This poster measures approx. 44" x 29". The poster depicts a simplified version of the Marines raising the flag on Mt. Suribachi along w/ a thermometer to track war loan purchases by percentages. The poster reads, "THIS IS OUR QUOTA HERE’S HOW WE’RE DOING 7TH WAR LOAN”. Poster marked at the base, “BUCK PRINTING CO., BOSTON 4-1945”. There are 2 sm. 1/4" tears at the lower edge & 2 separations on the fold line in the body of the poster. 4) This poster measures approx. 28" x 21". The poster reads in part, "OUR WOUNDED NEED HELP 10 WAYS YOU CAN RELEASE NURSES FOR MILITARY SERVICE”. Poster is marked near the base, “UNITED STATES OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION”. CONDITION: all posters show very light wear. Posters have been folded & show creases but no damage unless noted above. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15804-13/BF). $400-600.

Lot: 1517 - GROUP OF 5 WWI AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This is one of the most popular posters of WWI and depicts bass swimming in a green lake or river. The poster reads, “SAVE THE PRODUCTS OF THE LAND EAT MORE FISH - THEY FEED THEMSELVES.”. 2) This poster measures approx. 30" x 20". The poster depicts a bloody handprint. The poster reads, “THE HUN - HIS MARK BLOT IT OUT WITH LIBERTY BONDS”. 3) This poster measures approx. 29" x 20". The poster depicts immigrants passing the Statue of Liberty on a ship. The poster reads, “FOOD WILL WIN THE WAR YOU CAME HERE SEEKING FREEDOM YOU MUST NOW HELP TO PRESERVE IT WHEAT IS NEEDED FOR THE ALLIES WASTE NOTHING”. 4) This poster measures approx. 22" x 14". The poster reads in part, “DO NOT BE FOOLED BY THE LIES OF THE ENEMY”. The poster goes on to explain how the government is not taking food from American citizens they are simply trying to have people conserve their current food supplies. 5) This poster measures approx. 22" x 14". The poster depicts a young toddler saluting w/ a bowl of hot cereal. The poster reads in part, “LITTLE AMERICANS DO YOUR BIT EAT OATMEAL - CORN MEAL MUSH - HOMINY - OTHER CORN CEREALS”. CONDITION: all posters show light wear. Posters are housed in individual frames & not examined out of frame. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15366-7/BF). $700-1,100.

Lot: 1518 - GROUP OF 5 WWI AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 41" x 32". The poster depicts a returning soldier wearing a Distinguished Service Cross hugging his family. The poster reads, “FOR HOME AND COUNTRY VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN”. 2) This poster measures approx. 39" x 30". The poster depicts a ship building scene. The poster reads in part, “ON THE JOB FOR VICTORY”. Poster has losses to the lower left corner, scattered losses to the center & a repair to the upper left corner. 3) This poster measures approx. 38" x 26". The poster depicts an American farmer reaching into his pocket. The poster reads, “SURE! WE’LL FINISH THE JOB VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN”. 4) This poster measures approx. 30" x 20". The poster depicts Lady Liberty in front of an American flag & in the foreground is a Navy gun crew firing a lg. deck gun. The poster reads, “CLEAR THE WAY!! BUY BONDS FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN”. Poster has losses at the edges & corners. 5) This poster measures approx. 20" x 30". The poster depicts a French female warrior in helmet talking to a young man below. The poster reads in part, “REMEMBER AND INVEST” w/ various WWI battles listed. CONDITION: all posters show light wear. Posters are housed in individual frames & not examined out of frame. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15366-12/BF). $700-1,100.

Lot: 1519 - GROUP OF 5 WWII AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 37" x 26". The poster depicts the Marines raising the United States flag on Mt. Suribachi. The poster reads in part, "7TH WAR LOAN NOW ALL TOGETHER”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945”. 2) This poster measures approx. 40" x 28". The poster depicts a surfaced submarine w/ US Navy sailors signaling & watching w/ binoculars. The poster reads in part, "FIRE AWAY! 5TH WAR LOAN BUY EXTRA BONDS”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944”. 3) This poster measures approx. 28" x 20". The poster depicts a Merchant Marine sailor in a leather coat steering a ship. The poster reads in part, "LET’S FINISH THE JOB URGENT EXPERIENCED SEAMEN NEEDED!”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944”. 4) This poster measures approx. 28" x 20". The poster depicts a simplified view of the Marines raising the flag at Mr. Suribachi. The poster reads in part, "BUY YOUR EXTRA BONDS HERE 7TH WAR LOAN”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945”. 5) This poster measures approx. 23" x 16". The poster depicts Uncle Sam. The poster reads in part, "YOU CAN LICK RUNAWAY PRICES YOU HOLD THE 7 KEYS TO HOLD DOWN PRICES”. Poster is marked at the base, “DISTRIBUTED BY O.W.I. FOR THE OFFICE OF ECONOMIC STABILIZATION”. Poster has a sm. tear at the lower edge. CONDITION: all posters show very light wear. Posters have been folded & show creases but no damage unless noted above. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15804-4/BF). $500-800.

Lot: 1520 - GROUP OF 5 WWII AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 27" x 21". The poster depicts Santa Claus wearing an M1 helmet holding a package addressed to Private John T. Jones at an A.P.O. The poster reads in part, "CHRISTMAS OVERSEAS GIFTS MAIL BETWEEN SEPT. 15 - OCT. 15 CHRISTMAS CARDS MAY BE SENT ANYTIME”. Poster is marked at the base, “RECRUITING PUBLICITY BUREAU UNITED STATES ARMY”. 2) This poster measures approx. 28" x 22". The poster depicts a Minuteman statue in front of a colonial meeting house & other colonial buildings. The poster reads in part, "FOR FREEDOM’S SAKE BUY WAR BONDS”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1943”. 3) This poster measures approx. 28" x 20". The poster depicts 2 women of the U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps, 1 in dress uniform, 1 in service uniform. The poster reads in part, "BE A CADET NURSE THE GIRL WITH A FUTURE”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944”. 4) This poster measures approx. 28" x 20". The poster depicts a US GI holding his rifle & wearing a helmet. The poster reads in part, "THE BATTLE-WISE INFANTRYMAN… …IS CAREFUL OF WHAT HE SAYS OR WRITES HOW ABOUT YOU?”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944”. 5) This poster measures approx. 28" x 20". The poster depicts a typical housewife. The poster reads in part, "WANTED! FOR MURDER HER CARELESS TALK COSTS LIVES”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944”. CONDITION: all posters show very light wear. Posters have been folded & show creases but no damage unless noted above. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15804-5/BF). $500-700.

Lot: 1521 - GROUP OF 5 WWII AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 28" x 22". The poster depicts a US Army lieutenant w/ a bandaged head wound on a battlefield. The poster reads in part, "DOING ALL YOU CAN, BROTHER? BUY WAR BONDS”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1943”. 2) This poster measures approx. 28" x 21". The poster depicts what appears to be the ghost of an American soldier standing w/ a green backdrop. The poster reads, "REMBMER ME? I WAS AT BATAAN BUY WAR BONDS”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1943”. 3) This poster measures approx. 28" x 22". The poster depicts a lifeboat full of Merchant Marines rowing away from their burning ship. The poster reads, "A CARELESS WORD… …A NEEDLESS SINKING”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1942”. 4) This poster measures approx. 23" x 16". The poster depicts a US soldier carrying his rifle & wearing his helmet w/ vegetation stuck in the netting. The poster reads in part, "WE’LL TAKE CARE OF THE RISING SUN YOU TAKE CARE OF RISING PRICES”. Poster is marked at the base, “DISTRIBUTED BY O.W.I. FOR THE OFFICE OF ECONOMIC STABILIZATION”. 5) This poster measures approx. 20" x 14". The poster depicts a US Navy sailor carrying bundled canvas. The poster reads, "IF YOU TELL WHERE HE IS GOING…HE MAY NEVER GET THERE!”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1943”. CONDITION: all posters show very light wear. Posters have been folded & show creases but no damage unless noted above. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15804-7/BF). $500-800.

Lot: 1522 - GROUP OF 5 WWII AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 28" x 22". The poster depicts a dead Navy sailor washed up on a beach. The poster reads, "A CARELESS WORD… A NEEDLESS LOSS”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1943”. Poster has a 1" & a 1/2" tear on the right edge. 2) This poster measures approx. 25" x 17". The poster depicts the medallion of the Women’s Army Corps service medal. The poster reads in part, "INFORMATION REGARDING ENLISTMENT IN THE WOMEN’S ARMY CORPS MAY BE OBTAINED AT ANY OF THESE U.S.ARMY RECRUITING STATIONS”. Poster is marked at the base, “RECRUITING PUBLICITY BUREAU UNITED STATES ARMY”. 3) This poster measures approx. 25" x 19". The poster depicts a US soldier swimming w/ his pack & helmet on. The poster reads, "SWIM - AND LIVE! JOIN A RED CROSS WATER SAFETY CLASS”. Poster is marked at the base, “S.A. NO. II UNION LIP & BA LABEL ROCHESTER”. 4) This poster measures approx. 26" x 19". The poster depicts a wounded American sergeant sitting on the ground w/ his helmet beside him. The poster reads, "CARE IS COSTLY BY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945” & “ OFFICIAL U.S. TREASURY POSTER”. 5) This poster measures approx. 22" x 14". The poster depicts a woman working on an airplane canopy window. The poster reads in part, "THE MORE WOMEN AT WORK THE SOONER WE WIN! SEE YOUR LOCAL US EMPLOYMENT SERVICE”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1943”. CONDITION: all posters show very light wear. Posters have been folded & show creases but no damage unless noted above. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15804-17/BF). $500-750.

Lot: 1523 - GROUP OF 5 WWII AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 31" x 21". The poster depicts a US Army nurse in dress uniform. The poster reads in part, "YOU ARE NEEDED NOW JOIN THE ARMY NURSE CORPS”. Poster is marked at the base, “POSTER 710-A JUNE 1943”. 2) This poster measures approx. 28" x 22". The poster depicts an American GI reading a letter from home. The poster reads in part, "HE’S SURE TO GET V…- MAIL SAFEST OVERSEAS MAIL”. Poster is marked at the base, “RECRUITING PUBLICITY BUREAU UNITED STATES ARMY”. 3) This poster measures approx. 28" x 21". The poster depicts a housewife writing a letter w/ a group of GIs reading letters in the background. The poster reads, "BE WITH HIM AT EVERY MAIL CALL V-MAIL IS PRIVATE, RELIABLE, PATRIOTIC”. Poster is marked at the base, “RECRUITING PUBLICITY BUREAU UNITED STATES ARMY”. 4) This poster measures approx. 20" x 21". The poster depicts the letters, “OCD” w/ crowds of people inside each letter. The poster reads, "ALLIES FOR A BIG JOB COOPERATE WITH YOUR LOCAL DEFENSE COUNCIL”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1942”. 5) This poster measures approx. 19" x 14". The poster depicts a merchant sailor w/ a speeding ship in the foreground. The poster reads in part, "SEAMEN NEEDED APPLY U.S. MARITIME SERVICE”. There is an 11" x 2" paper attached to the bottom that reads, “ROOM 101, 177 MILK STREEET BOSTON 9, MASS.”. CONDITION: all posters show very light wear. Posters have been folded & show creases but no damage unless noted above. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15804-8/BF). $400-600.

Lot: 1524 - GROUP OF 5 WWII AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 27" x 19". The poster depicts Uncle Sam writing in a book w/ farm machinery, livestock & crops in the background. The poster reads in part, "FARMERS! UNCLE SAM ASKS YOU… TO GET READY FOR THE CENSUS TAKER”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944”. 2) This poster measures approx. 26" x 18". The poster depicts a penguin wearing a hat & scarf & carrying a coal shovel. The poster reads in part, "DON’T SHIVER NEXT WINTER… ORDER COAL NOW!”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944”. 3) This poster measures approx. 26" x 19". The poster depicts the Marines raising the United States flag at Mt. Suribachi. The poster reads in part, "7TH WAR LOAN NOW ALL TOGETHER”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945” & also marked, “OFFICIAL U.S. TREASURY POSTER”. 4) This poster measures approx. 27" x 19". The poster depicts merchant ships in a convoy along w/ silhouettes of various merchant ships. The poster reads in part, "KNOW YOUR MERCHANT FLEET UNITED STATES MARITIME COMMISSION”. This poster was created to aid in the identification of allied merchant ships & combat ships. The silhouettes of 30 different classes of ships are shown along w/ brief descriptions. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944”. 5) This poster measures approx. 22" x 14". The poster depicts a nurse tending to a wounded soldier. The poster reads, "SAVE HIS LIFE… AND FIND YOUR OWN BE A NURSE”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1943”. CONDITION: all posters show very light wear. Posters have been folded & show creases but no damage unless noted above. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15804-16/BF). $400-700.

Lot: 1525 - GROUP OF 5 WWII AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 28" x 20". The poster depicts a submarine running on the surface w/ US Navy personnel signaling & scanning for enemy ships. The poster reads in part, "FIRE AWAY! BY EXTRA BONDS”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944”. 2) This poster measures approx. 28" x 20". The poster depicts a Gold Star family flag w/ a cocker spaniel resting its head on his master’s naval jumper bib. The poster reads, "…BECAUSE SOMEBODY TALKED”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944”. 3) This poster measures approx. 27" x 21". The poster depicts Santa Claus wearing an M1 helmet holding a package addressed to Private John T. Jones at an A.P.O. The poster reads in part, "CHRISTMAS OVERSEAS GIFTS MAIL BETWEEN SEPT. 15 - OCT. 15 CHRISTMAS CARDS MAY BE SENT ANYTIME”. Poster is marked at the base, “RECRUITING PUBLICITY BUREAU UNITED STATES ARMY”. 4) This poster measures approx. 28" x 20". The poster depicts a worker pointing w/ his thumb to his pay envelope w/ a factory in the background. The poster reads in part, "FOR VICTORY - AND MY PERSONAL POST WAR WORLD I’M FOLLOWING THE 7-KEY PLAN TO HOLD PRICES DOWN”. Poster is marked at the base, “DISTRIBUTED BY O.W.I. FOR THE OFFICE OF ECONOMIC STABILIZATION”. 5) This poster measures approx. 22" x 17". The poster depicts a soldier, sailor & Marine reading their mail. The poster reads in part, "KEEP ‘EM SMILING WITH LETTERS FROM FOLKS AND FRIENDS! WRITE TODAY AND OFTEN”. Poster is marked at the base, “DO YOUR BIT FOR VICTORY - GIVE THIS POSTER PROMINENT DISPLAY”. Poster has a sm. 1/2" stain on the upper left corner. CONDITION: all posters show very light wear. Posters have been folded & show creases but no damage unless noted above. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15804-1/BF). $300-500.

Lot: 1526 - GROUP OF 5 WWII AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 22" x 17". The poster depicts a soldier, sailor & Marine reading their mail. The poster reads in part, "KEEP ‘EM SMILING WITH LETTERS FROM FOLKS AND FRIENDS! WRITE TODAY AND OFTEN”. Poster is marked at the base, “DO YOUR BIT FOR VICTORY - GIVE THIS POSTER PROMINENT DISPLAY”. 2) This poster measures approx. 25" x 19". The poster depicts an Axis bomb falling on an American city & a burning match. The poster reads in part, "EITHER CAN DO THE ENEMYS WORK HELP GUARD THE HOME FRONT AGAINST FIRES”. Poster is marked at the base, “FOR VICTORY - FIGHT FIRE AND BUY BONDS”. 3) This poster measures approx. 26" x 18". The poster depicts 4 cartoon like drawings w/ excuses to travel. The poster reads in part, "COULD THIS BE YOU? DON’T TRAVEL - UNLESS YOUR TRIP HELPS WIN THE WAR”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945”. 4) This poster measures approx. 25" x 17". The poster depicts 8 American GIs standing on a globe. The poster reads in part, "GUARDIANS OF VICTORY THOUSANDS OF MEN ARE NOW ENLISTING IN THE REGULAR ARMY”. Poster is marked at the base, “RECRUITING PUBLICITY BUREAU UNITED STATES ARMY”. Poster has writing on the right side that reads, “ROOM 204 SALEM POST OFFICE”. 5) This poster measures approx. 26" x 19". The poster depicts a US cadet nurse of the Public Health Service w/ 2 high school girls admiring her from the background. The poster reads in part, "A LIFETIME EDUCATION FREE FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES WHO QUALIFY U.S. CADET NURSE CORPS”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945”. CONDITION: all posters show very light wear. Posters have been folded & show creases but no damage unless noted above. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15804-3/BF). $300-500.

Lot: 1527 - GROUP OF 5 WWII AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 28" x 22". The poster depicts the head & upraised arm of the Statue of Liberty along w/ flags of the allied nations. The poster reads, "THE UNITED NATIONS FIGHT FOR FREEDOM”. The names of the countries are written under the flags. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1942”. 2) This poster measures approx. 28" x 22". The poster depicts a background of savings bonds w/ a parchment document in the foreground. The poster reads, "1946 RESOLUTION THAT EVERY AMERICAN BUY AND HOLD U.S. SAVINGS BONDS”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945”. 3) This poster measures approx. 28" x 22". The poster depicts a blue rectangle over a white rectangle over a red rectangle. The poster reads, "RATIONING IS SHARING WITH OUR FIGHTERS AND NEIGHBORS”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1943”. 4) This poster measures approx. 22" x 17". The poster depicts a GI holding a rifle & hugging a toddler. The poster reads, "WE CAN’T ALL GO…BUT WE CAN ALL HELP! PUT AT LEAST 10% OF YOUR PAY IN WAR BONDS SIGN THE CARD TODAY”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1942”. 5) This poster measures approx. 20" x 14". The poster depicts an American Red Cross woman volunteer pushing a wounded soldier in wheelchair. The poster reads, "YOUR RED CROSS MUST CARRY ON! GIVE”. Poster is marked at the base, “LITHOGRAPHED IN U.S.A.”. CONDITION: all posters show very light wear. Posters have been folded & show creases but no damage unless noted above. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15804-6/BF). $300-500.

Lot: 1528 - GROUP OF 5 WWII AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 28" x 20". The poster depicts a war bond interest time table. The poster reads in part, "BUY BONDS REGULARLY HOLD THEM AND HERE’S WHAT HAPPENS WAR BOND TIME TABLE”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945” & “OFFICIAL U.S. TREASURY POSTER”. 2) This poster measures approx. 28" x 20". The poster depicts a horse plow in a field w/ a Blue Star family flag hanging from 1 handle. The poster reads, "BUY BONDS FOR HIM! LET’S ALL KEEP BACKING THE ATTACK!”. Poster is marked at the base, “ U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944”. 3) This poster measures approx. 27" x 21". The poster depicts Santa Claus wearing an M1 helmet holding a package addressed to Private John T. Jones at an A.P.O. The poster reads in part, "CHRISTMAS OVERSEAS GIFTS MAIL BETWEEN SEPT. 15 - OCT. 15 CHRISTMAS CARDS MAY BE SENT ANYTIME”. Poster is marked at the base, “RECRUITING PUBLICITY BUREAU UNITED STATES ARMY”. 4) This poster measures approx. 20" x 14". The poster depicts an American GI standing in the jungle w/ his rifle on his shoulder & wearing a helmet. The poster reads, "KEEP YOUR RED CROSS AT HIS SIDE GIVE!”. Poster is marked at the base, “LITHO IN U.S.A.”. 5) This poster measures approx. 13" x 9". The poster depicts an American eagle standing on a stack of savings bonds. The poster reads, "VICTORY - NOW YOU CAN INVEST IN IT! VICTORY LOAN”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945”. CONDITION: all posters show very light wear. Posters have been folded & show creases but no damage unless noted above. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15804-9/BF). $300-500.

Lot: 1529 - GROUP OF 6 WWII AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 26" x 19". The poster depicts an American eagle standing on a stack of savings bonds. The poster reads, "VICTORY - NOW YOU CAN INVEST IN IT! VICTORY LOAN”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945”. 2) This poster measures approx. 26" x 19". The poster depicts the Marines raising the United States flag at Mt. Suribachi. The poster reads in part, "7TH WAR LOAN NOW ALL TOGETHER”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945” & also marked, “OFFICIAL U.S. TREASURY POSTER”. 3) This poster measures approx. 26" x 18". The poster depicts a Great Seal of the United States. The poster reads in part, "A MESSAGE ABOUT FOOD FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES”. The poster has to do w/ growing food at home in Victory Gardens. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945”. 4) This poster measures approx. 26" x 19". The poster depicts an American eagle standing on a stack of savings bonds. The poster reads, "VICTORY - NOW YOU CAN INVEST IN IT! VICTORY LOAN”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945”. 5) This poster measures approx. 28" x 20". The poster depicts a surfaced US submarine w/ 2 Navy sailors sending semaphore & watching w/ binoculars. The poster reads, "FIRE AWAY! 5TH WAR LOAN BUY EXTRA BONDS”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944”. 6) This poster measures approx. 23" x 16". The poster depicts a woman at a machine grinder. The poster reads, "I’VE FOUND THE JOB WHERE I FIT BEST! FIND YOUR WAR JOB IN INDUSTRY - AGRICULTURE - BUSINESS”. Poster is marked at the base, “ U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1943”. CONDITION: all posters show very light wear. Posters have been folded & show creases but no damage unless noted above. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15804-15/BF). $500-800.

Lot: 1530 - GROUP OF 6 WWII AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 26" x 19". The poster depicts a wounded American sergeant sitting w/ his helmet beside him. The poster reads, "CARE IS COSTLY BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945” & “OFFICIAL U.S. TREASURY POSTER”. 2) This poster measures approx. 26" x 19". The poster depicts President Roosevelt in the background & in the foreground a lg. white cross w/ a family of 5 looking towards the heavens. The poster reads in part, “IN THE STRENGTH OF GREAT HOPE WE MUST SHOULDER OUR COMMON LOAD BUY VICTORY BONDS”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945” & “AN OFFICIAL U.S. TREASURY POSTER”. 3) This poster measures approx. 27" x 20". The poster depicts the Goddess of Victory holding a money box in 1 hand & a savings bond in the other w/ an American flag, Washington Monument & Capitol dome in the background. Poster reads in part, "UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS ON SALE AT YOUR POST OFFICE”. 4) This poster measures approx. 24" x 19". The poster depicts an American worker w/ a tight belt above w/ the end of the tight belt choking Hitler, Mussolini & Tojo. The poster reads in part, "YOUR TIGHTENED BELT HELPS STRANGLE THE AXIS”. Poster is marked at the base, “MASSACHUSETTS OPA STATE OFFICE 10 POST OFFICE SQ. BOSTON”. 5) This poster measures approx. 22" x 17". The poster depicts a young mother holding a baby along w/ her daughter. The poster reads in part, "I GAVE A MAN! WILL YOU GIVE AT LEAST 10% OF YOUR PAY IN WAR BONDS?”. Poster is marked at the base, “ U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1942”. 6) This poster measures approx. 13" x 9". The poster depicts an American eagle standing on a pile of savings bonds. The poster reads in part, "VICTORY - NOW YOU CAN INVEST IN IT! VICTORY LOAN”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945”. CONDITION: all posters show very light wear. Posters have been folded & show creases but no damage unless noted above. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15804-2/BF). $350-550.

Lot: 1531 - GROUP OF 7 WWI AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 33" x 22". The poster depicts a woman clutching a shawl around her shoulders & wearing a hat. The poster reads, “GIVE OR WE PERISH AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR RELIEF IN THE NEAR EAST ARMENIA-GREECE-SYRIA-PERSIA CAMPAIGN FOR $30.000.000”. 2) This poster measures approx. 28" x 22". The poster depicts a sun rising in the mountains in the lower left corner. The poster reads in part, "FREE STORAGE OF LIBERTY BONDS BEWARE OF SPECULATORS KEEP THOSE YOU HAVE AND BUY MORE”. 3) This poster measures approx. 25" x 19". The poster reads in part, “MEN AND WOMEN DO YOU HAVE TO CHANGE YOUR JOB? IF SO CONSULT UNCLE SAM. THE U.S. EMPOLYMENT SERVICE WILL PLACE YOU WITHOUT CHARGE”. Poster is marked at the base, “CALHOUN SHOW PRINT, ASYLUM ST., HARTFORD, CONN.”. 4) This poster measures approx. 26" x 20". The poster depicts the symbol for the Yankee Division. The poster reads, "BUY ANOTHER JOIN THE YD VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN”. 5) This poster measures approx. 28" x 20". The poster reads in part, "LET US WIN THE WAR BOYS AND MEN WHO CAN DO THINGS THE GOVERNMENT WILL PLACE DRAFTED MEN IN POSITIONS WHEN THE STATE TRADE SCHOOLS CERTIFY THEM AS COMPETENT IN A PARTICULAR LINE”. 6) This poster measures approx. 28" x 21". The poster depicts hands reaching down from above. The poster reads in part, “ALL THEY ASK IS YOUR OLD CLOTHES SEND EVERYTHING YOU CAN SPARE TO THE NEAREST RED CROSS CHAPTER OR BRANCH”. 7) This poster measures approx. 29" x 21". The poster depicts a soldier trying to help a fallen comrade. The poster reads in part, “BLOOD OR BREAD OTHERS ARE GIVING THEIR BLOOD YOU WILL SHORTEN THE WAR SAVE LIFE IF YOU EAT ONLY WHAT YOU NEED AND WAIST NOTHING”. CONDITION: all posters show light wear. Posters are housed in individual frames & not examined out of frame. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15366-1/BF). $700-1,100.

Lot: 1532 - GROUP OF 7 WWI AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 29" x 20". The poster depicts a chest up view of Abraham Lincoln. The poster reads in part, “LINCOLN SAID WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE; WITH CHARITY FOR ALL; … SAVE FOOD FOR WORLD RELIEF”. 2) This poster measures approx. 30" x 20". The poster depicts a giant “V”. The poster reads, “INVEST”. The extreme upper right corner is missing. 3) This poster measures approx. 29" x 20". The poster depicts an immigrant family in the foreground w/ an American flag & ship in the background. The poster reads, “REMEMBER! THE FLAG OF LIBERTY SUPPORT IT! BUY U.S. GOVERNMENT BONDS 3RD. LIBERTY LOAN”. 4) This poster measures approx. 30" x 20". The poster depicts 3 men marching carrying farm goods emulating the Spirit of ’76 painting. The poster reads, “THE SPIRIT OF ’18 THE WORLD CRIED FOOD KEEP THE HOME GARDEN GOING”. 5) This poster measures approx. 30" x 20". The poster depicts a lg. group of Navy sailors in uniform dining at what appears to be a fancy social club. The poster reads, “A CLUB DINNER THE SPIRIT OF WAR CAMP COMMUNITY SERVICE UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN”. 6) This poster measures approx. 30" x 20". The poster depicts a lg. wreath. The poster reads in part, “AMERICA’S FOOD PLEDGE 20 MILLION TONS SAVE FOOD”. 7) This poster measures approx. 30" x 20". The poster reads, “DON’T STOP SAVING FOOD”. CONDITION: all posters show light wear. Posters are housed in individual frames & not examined out of frame. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15366-8/BF). $700-1,100.

Lot: 1533 - GROUP OF 7 WWI AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 40" x 27". The poster depicts Lady Liberty standing in front of an American flag. The poster reads, “AMERICANS ALL! VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN”. 2) This poster measures approx. 32" x 22". The poster reads in part, “PRESIDENT WILSON TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES”. Poster represents a facsimile of a letter written by Woodrow Wilson to appeal for the purchase of Liberty Bonds. 3) This poster measures approx. 31" x 21". The poster depicts a map of Eastern Europe, the Near East & North Africa. The poster reads in part, “WHY GERMANY WANTS PEACE EVERY AMERICAN OUGHT TO KNOW WHY WE ENTERED THIS WAR. PUBLICATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INFORMATION”. 4) This poster measures approx. 11" x 45". The poster depicts a lg. “V”. The poster reads, “VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN BRING ‘EM ON WE’LL BUY OR BUST”. 5) This poster measures approx. 20" x 30". The poster depicts a French female warrior in helmet talking to a young man below. The poster reads in part, “REMEMBER AND INVEST” w/ various WWI battles listed. 6) This poster measures approx. 30" x 21". The poster depicts a chest up view of President Wilson. The poster reads in part, “THE PRESIDENT SAYS HUNGER DOES NOT BREED REFORM; IT BREEDS MADNESS AND ALL THE UGLY DISTEMPER THAT MAKES AN ORDERED LIFE IMPOSSIBLE SAVE FOOD DON’T WASTE IT”. 7) This poster measures approx. 14" x 11". The poster depicts a red bordered white flag w/ 4 blue vertical stripes. The poster reads, “WEAR YOUR FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN HONOR BUTTON 4TH LIBERTY LOAN BONDS”. CONDITION: all posters show light wear. Posters are housed in individual frames & not examined out of frame. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15366-14/BF). $700-1,100.

Lot: 1534 - GROUP OF 7 WWII AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 28" x 22". The poster depicts a drowning sailor. The poster reads, "SOMEONE TALKED!”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1942”. 2) This poster measures approx. 18" x 14". The poster depicts a railroad yard w/ speeding trains, 1 of which is carrying a shipment of tanks. The poster reads in part, "HERE’S A WAR JOB FOR YOU RAILROAD WORKERS URGENTLY NEEDED”. Poster is marked at the base, “RAILROAD MANPOWER MOBILIZATION COMMITTEE”. 3) This poster measures approx. 18" x 12". The poster reads in part, "HEADQUARTERS EASTERN DEFENSE COMMAND AND 1ST ARMY GOVERNOR’S ISLAND, N.Y. PUBLIC PROCLAMATION NO. 4”. Proclamation is facsimile signed by Lt. Gen. H.A. Drum & dated Jan. 27, 1943. The proclamation deals w/ air raid protection. 4) This poster measures approx. 14" x 11". The poster depicts a charging US soldier w/ rifle & fixed bayonet. The poster reads, "LET’S ALL FIGHT BUY WAR BONDS”. Poster is marked at the base, “ U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1942”. 5) This poster measures approx. 17" x 11". The poster depicts a shovel full of coal being thrown into the fire. The poster reads, "SAVE A SHOVEL FULL EVERY TIME YOU CAN… THE SUPPLY IS RUNNING LOW”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944”. 6) This poster measures approx. 19" x 13". The poster depicts 4 Air Crew wings in the sky. The poster reads in part, "YOU CAN HAVE SILVER WINGS U.S. ARMY AIR FORCES”. Poster is marked at the base, “RECRUITING PUBLICITY BUREAU UNITED STATES ARMY”. 7) This poster measures approx. 13" x 9". The poster depicts an American eagle standing on a stack of savings bonds. The poster reads, "VICTORY - NOW YOU CAN INVEST IN IT! VICTORY LOAN”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945”. CONDITION: all posters show very light wear. Posters have been folded & show creases but no damage unless noted above. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15804-11/BF). $500-700.

Lot: 1535 - GROUP OF 7 WWII AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 20" x 14". The poster depicts a US soldier wearing camouflage falling to the ground after being shot in the face. The poster reads, "CARELESS TALK GOT THERE FIRST”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944”. 2) This poster measures approx. 20" x 14". The poster depicts a simulated graph of the cost of living in 1918 vs. the cost of living in 1944 during the 53rd month of the war. The poster reads in part, "COST OF LIVING I PAY NO MORE THAN CEILING PRICES.. ..I PAY MY RATION POINTS IN FULL.”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944”. 3) This poster measures approx. 19" x 13". The poster depicts an Army nurse in field dress. The poster reads in part, "NURSES ARE NEEDED NOW! FOR SERVICE IN THE ARMY NURSE CORPS”. Poster is marked at the base, “RECRUITING PUBLICITY BUREAU UNITED STATES ARMY”. 4) This poster measures approx. 20" x 14". The poster depicts a merchant seaman w/ his sea bag slung on his back & a dock scene w/ ship in the background. The poster reads in part, "YOU BET I’M GOING BACK TO SEA! MAN THE VICTORY FLEET”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1942”. 5) This poster measures approx. 20" x 14". The poster depicts a female Marine sergeant inspecting a plane. The poster reads in part, "BE A MARINE FREE A MARINE TO FIGHT”. Poster is marked at the base, “DISTRIBUTED BY OWI FOR THE U.S. MARINE CORPS”. 6) This poster measures approx. 19" x 9". The poster depicts a nurse holding a bandage in the air that reads, “VICTORY LOAN”. The poster reads in part, "SHARE THE CARE VICTORY LOAN”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945”. 7) This poster measures approx. 13" x 9". The poster depicts an American eagle standing on a stack of savings bonds. The poster reads, "VICTORY - NOW YOU CAN INVEST IN IT! VICTORY LOAN”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945”. CONDITION: all posters show very light wear. Posters have been folded & show creases but no damage unless noted above. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15804-10/BF). $400-600.

Lot: 1536 - 7 LARGE WWI POSTERS & 1 LARGE PHOTOGRAPH.

100% Of consignor proceeds from this lot will be donated to American Legion Post 202 of Topsham, Maine. 1) This framed poster measures approx. 26 1/2" x 23". The poster depicts a Red Cross nurse w/ her right hand outstretched & American soldiers marching in the background. Poster appears to be mounted on a board & has losses. 2) This poster measures approx. 36" x 24". The poster depicts the Prince of Wales w/ his flag in the background. The poster reads, “I HOPE EVERY CITY AND DISTRICT WILL WIN MY FLAG H.R.H. PRINCE OF WALES LET US WIN THE PRINCE OF WALE’S FLAG VICTORY LOAN 1919”. 3) This framed poster measures approx. 34 1/2" x 48 1/2". The poster depicts marching men w/ the Allied flags running over the Kaiser who is holding a broken sword. The poster reads, “L’EMPRUNT DE LA LIBERATION”. Poster shows significant wear & staining. 4) This framed poster measures approx. 44 1/2" x 30 1/2". The poster depicts a giant Red Cross nurse holding a soldier in stretcher. The poster reads, “The Greatest Mother in the World Red Cross Christmas Roll Call Dec. 16-23rd”. Poster shows stains & has a few tears. 5) This framed poster measures approx. 51" x 34". The poster depicts French troops marching w/ an officer observing. The poster reads, “pour le dernier quart d’ heure.., aidez. moi!.. LES SOUSCRIPTIONS A L’EMPRUNT NATIONAL SONT RECUES A LA BANQUE NATIONALE DE CREDIT”. 6) This framed poster measures approx. 44 1/2" x 30". The poster depicts a soldier, sailor & marine. Poster reads, “KEEP ‘EM SMILING! HELP WAR CAMP COMMUNITY SERVICE MORAL IS WINNING THE WAR”. Poster is mounted to board & has insect damage around the edges. 7) This framed poster measures approx. 32 1/2" x 23 1/2". The poster depicts Liberty walking w/ an American flag in her left hand & a red cross in her right hand. The poster reads, “CROIX ROUGE AMERICAINI L’AMITIE DES ETATS UNIS”. Poster has insect damage. 8) This framed, enlarged photograph measures approx. 32" x 45". It depicts French forces pushing trucks in mud. Photo has a stained right edge. CONDITION: posters generally show moderate to heavy wear w/ insect damage & tears. Damage is also noted above. (02-15517/BF). $300-400.

Lot: 1537 - GROUP OF 9 WWI AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 22" x 14". The poster depicts a sun rising over mountains. The poster reads, “TO-DAY BUY THAT LIBERTY BOND”. 2) This poster measures approx. 26" x 20". The poster depicts the symbol for the Yankee Division. The poster reads, "BUY ANOTHER JOIN THE YD VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN”. 3) This poster measures approx. 20" x 20". The poster depicts a flag flying w/ a giant “V” on it. The poster reads in part, “HONOR ROLL THE FOLLOWING PATRIOTIC MEN AND WOMEN IN THIS ORGANIZATION HAVE INVESTED IN THE VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN”. 4) This poster measures approx. 33" x 22". The poster depicts a statue w/ a burning city in the background & airplanes above. The poster reads, “THAT LIBERTY SHALL NOT PERISH FROM THE EARTH BUY LIBERTY BONDS FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN”. Poster has significant edge damage. 5) This poster measures approx. 30" x 20". The poster depicts a black & white rendition of a European village scene w/ bombed out buildings. The poster reads in part, “WAR RAGES IN FRANCE WE MUST FEED THEM”. 6) This poster measures approx. 28" x 21". The poster depicts a rising sun over mountains. The poster reads, “TO-DAY BUY THAT LIBERTY BOND”. The poster has edge & corner damage. 7) This poster measures approx. 28" x 19". The poster simply reads, “BUY EARLY”. There is damage in the upper & lower left corners. 8) This poster measures approx. 22" x 16". The poster depicts a calligraphic “I”. The poster reads in part, “THE AMERICAN’S CREED VICTORY LIBERTY BONDS”. 9) This is a group of 2 of the same posters, 1 displays the front & 1 displays the back. Both measure approx. 19" x 12". The posters read on the front in part, “SEAL YOUR LIPS STEEL YOUR HEARTS OPEN YOUR PURSES AND BUY FIGHTING FOURTH LIBERTY BONDS”. On the reverse of both is a copy of the Espionage Act of May 16, 1918. CONDITION: all posters show light wear. Posters are housed in individual frames & not examined out of frame. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15366-3/BF). $700-1,100.

Lot: 1538 - GROUP OF 10 WWI AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 21" x 14". The poster depicts a Red Cross. The poster reads in part, “AMERICAN PRISONERS OF WAR CARED FOR BY THE RED CROSS CHRISTMAS PARCELS FOR PRISONERS OF WAR”. 2) This poster measures approx. 20" x 13". The poster depicts A Red Cross. The poster reads in part, “CARING FOR THE FAMILIES OF AMERICA’S FIGHTING MEN”. 3) This poster measures approx. 21" x 14". The poster depicts a Red Cross superimposed over an outline of France. The poster reads in part, “HOW YOUR RED CROSS IS SEEKING TO AID THE FRENCH”. 4) This poster measures approx. 28" x 20". The poster simply reads, “LEND!” in lg. letters. 5) This poster measures approx. 18" x 12". The poster depicts a Middle Eastern mother carrying her child on her back amongst war ruins. The poster reads in part, “LEST THEY PERISH CAMPAIGN FOR $30,000,000 AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR RELIEF IN THE NEAR EAST”. 6) This poster measures approx. 24" x 20". The poster depicts 4 women pulling a plow. The poster reads in part, “WOMEN OF CONNECTICUT ARE YOU HELPING? HEROIC WOMEN OF FRANCE CAN AND DRY FOOD”. The photographic image of the French women on this poster was the scene used by the artist who created poster #2 in lot 1510. 7) This poster measures approx. 25" x 19". The poster reads in part, “EXPLOSION DESTROYS THOUSANDS OF SHELLS READY FOR SHIPMENT COUNTLESS AMERICAN LIVES IN FRANCE WILL BE PUT IN PERIL UNLESS SHORTAGE IS OVERCOME”. 8) This poster measures approx. 28" x 22". The poster depicts a Liberty Loan quota chart. The poster reads in part, “NEW ENGLAND’S LIBERTY LOAN RECORD A RECORD - SO FAR - TO BE PROUD OF. COME ON, NEW ENGLAND, WE MUST SEE IT THROUGH - OUR SOLDIERS DID”. 9) This poster measures approx. 22" x 16". The poster depicts a calligraphic “O”. The poster reads in part, “FREE STORAGE OF LIBERTY BONDS BEWARE OF SPECULATORS”. 10) This poster measures approx. 29" x 21". The poster depicts a harvest scene in a barn. The poster reads, “EAT LESS AND LET US BE THANKFUL THAT WE HAVE ENOUGH TO SHARE WITH THOSE WHO FIGHT FOR FREEDOM”. Poster is marked at the base, “EDWARDS AND DEUTSCH LITHO. CO. CHICAGO”. CONDITION: all posters show light wear. Posters are housed in individual frames & not examined out of frame. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15366-2/BF). $700-1,100.

Lot: 1539 - GROUP OF 10 WWI AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1) This poster measures approx. 33" x 22". The poster depicts a statue w/ a burning city in the background & airplanes above. The poster reads, “THAT LIBERTY SHALL NOT PERISH FROM THE EARTH BUY LIBERTY BONDS FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN”. Poster has damage to the edges. 2) This poster measures approx. 22" x 16". The poster depicts a calligraphic “I”. The poster reads in part, “THE AMERICAN’S CREED VICTORY LIBERTY BONDS”. 3) This poster measures approx. 27" x 20". The poster depicts a red bordered, white flag w/ 4 vertical blue stripes. The poster reads in part, “HONOR ROLL THE FOLLOWING PATRIOTIC MEN AND WOMEN IN THIS ORGANIZATION HAVE BOUGHT BONDS OF THE FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN”. 4) This poster measures approx. 27" x 19". The poster depicts a uniformed young man moving hay w/ a pitchfork while fending off vultures. The poster reads, “FIGHT WORLD FAMINE ENROLL IN THE BOY’S WORKING RESERVE ”. 5) This poster measures approx. 24" x 17". The poster depicts a sm. seal w/ the Statue of Liberty torch. The poster reads, “SAVE - BUY - FOR VICTORY W.S.S. WAR SAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT FOR SALE HERE”. 6) This poster measures approx. 28" x 21". The poster depicts the bust of a uniformed Italian officer. The poster reads in part, “L’ITALIA HA BISOGNO DI CARNE-FRUMENTO-GRASSO & ZUCCHERO”. 7) This poster measures approx. 14" x 11". The poster depicts 2 children eating peaches in an orchard. The poster reads in part, “NEW ENGLAND PEACHES RIPENED ON THE TREES NOW AT THEIR BEST PROVIDE A SUPPLY FOR WINTER USE”. 8) This poster measures approx. 14" x 11". The poster depicts a Red Cross. The poster reads in part, “THE RED CROSS MESSAGE TO FAMILIES BACK HOME OF OUR BOYS IN THE SERVICE”. 9) This poster measures approx. 14" x 11". The poster depicts Uncle Sam chasing a chicken & a woman feeding chickens. The poster reads in part, “KILL THE SLACKER YOUR HENHOUSE IS THE PLACE OLD HEN WEEK SPARE THE GOOD BIRDS”. 10) This poster measures approx. 14" x 11". The poster depicts a Liberty Loan button. The poster reads in part, “HONOR BUTTON EVERY AMERICAN SHOULD CONSIDER IT AN HONOR TO WEAR THIS BUTTON VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN”. CONDITION: all posters show light wear. Posters are housed in individual frames & not examined out of frame. All measurements are to the nearest inch. (02-15366-4/BF). $700-1,100.

Lot: 1540 - GROUP OF 12 WWII AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS, BOOKLETS & A BANNER. 1) This poster measures approx. 14" x 26". The poster is a facsimile of a $50 savings bond. The poster reads in part, "UNITED STATES SAVINGS BOND 10 YEARS FROM THE ISSUE DATE HEREOF WILL PAY FIFTY DOLLARS”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1945”. 2) This poster measures approx. 9" x 20". The poster depicts a

Lot: 1540A - GROUP OF 14 WWI AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WAR EFFORT

POSTERS. 1-2) 2 Posters measuring approx. 20" x 20". The posters depict a red bordered white flag w/ a lg. blue “V” in the center. The posters read, “HONOR ROLL THE FOLLOWING PATRIOTIC MEN AND WOMEN IN THIS ORGANIZATION HAVE INVESTED IN THE VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN”. 3) This poster measures approx. 22" x 16". The poster depicts a calligraphic “I”. The poster reads in part, “THE AMERICAN’S CREED I THEREFORE BELIEVE IT ITS MY DUTY TO GO TO MY LIMIT AND INVEST ALL MY SURPLUS IN VICTORY LIBERTY BONDS”. 4-5) 2 Posters measuring approx. 28" x 13". The posters read, “A GOOD PART OF THE PROCEEDS OF THIS FARM HAVE GONE INTO LIBERTY BONDS”. 6-7) 2 Posters measuring approx. 28" x 13". The posters depict a stop sign. The posters read, “HAVE YOU GONE YOUR LIMIT IN LIBERTY BONDS? FIGHTING 4TH LIBERTY LOAN”. These 2 posters have losses & heavy creases. 8-9) 2 Posters measuring approx. 29" x 20". The posters depict a giant “V”. The posters read, “INVEST”. Both posters have a loss in the upper right corner. 10) This poster measures approx. 44" x 11". The poster depicts a giant “V”. The poster reads, “VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN BRING ‘EM ON WE’LL BUY OR BUST”. 11-12) 2 Posters measuring approx. 8" x 6". The posters depict a lg. blue “V”. The posters read, “SUBSCRIBER VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN”. 13) This poster measures approx. 9" x 6". The poster depicts a United States shield w/ wheat around it. The poster reads, “MEMBER OF UNITED STATES FOOD ADMINISTRATION”. 14) This poster measures approx. 10" in diameter. The poster reads, “AMERICA’S FOOD PLEDGE 20 MILLION TONS”. CONDITION: all posters show light to moderate wear except as noted. (02-15366-15/BF). $400-600.

Lot: 1541 - WINCHESTER, CROSSMAN & DAISY AIRGUNS.

1) WINCHESTER MODEL 425. Cal. .22 pellet. NSN. Bbl. break single pump cocking system. Hardwood stock w/ grooved butt. CONDITION: 90% blue showing spots of corrosion. Stock has worn & peeling finish w/ handling marks. Cocking arm is detached from mechanism w/ attachment screw removed. Bore retains strong rifling. 2) CROSSMAN MODEL 102. Cal. .22. NSN. Pump- pneumatic pellet rifle. 10 Rd. mag. tube. Black painted finish. Hardwood stock & pump handle. Mfg. 1929-1950. CONDITION: over 80% remaining painted finish. Wood shows heavy handling marks. Action lacks pressure. Brass bbl. has worn rifling. 3) DAISY MODEL 102 BB REPEATER. Black painted finish. Hardwood stock. CONDITION: over 90% paint finish. Stock has worn finish showing marks. Action has good compression. (02-15651/DS). $100-200.

Lot: 1542 - GROUP OF EARLY GUN REFERENCE BOOKS.

Over 30 titles, mostly from 1940-1960s, including scarce titles on Southern Derringers by Kirkland, Eberhart’s book on percussion derringers. Other books include references from colonial to cowboy era. CONDITION: good to very good overall. (02-15503-1/JS). $300-400.

Lot: 1543 - LARGE GROUP OF KENTUCKY RIFLE AND RELATED BOOKS.

Over 60 classic Kentucky Rifle texts & over 100 KRA (Kentucky Rifle Association) bulletins & specific maker research documents. A couple books noted were from Dillin's library. Many of these books have sold for over $100 each. CONDITION: good to very good overall. (02-15504/JS). $1,200-1,500.

Lot: 1544 - NEW 5 VOLUME SET NEW YORK STATE FIREARMS TRADE

REFERENCE BOOKS. 5 Volume set of "The New York State Firearms Trade" by H.J. Swinney and Tom Rowe. Published by Rowe Publications. Copyright 2003. These handsome hardbound editions are profusely illustrated w/ high quality color photography and contain an immense amount of material which is the result of 50 years of research. 5 Volumes: 4 volumes cover Upstate New York, 1 volume covers New York City. The 11 1/2 X 9" volumes consist of a total of 2400 pages. Limited printing of 1000 sets. CONDITION: near excellent, appear new in original shipping box. (02-15398/RW). $200-400.

Lot: 1545 - COLLECTION OF FIREARMS REFERENCE BOOKS.

About 120 books in all; many scarce volumes pertaining mostly to Colt, Western & Texas arms. This is a lifelong collection of prominent Texas collector who was past officer in the Texas Gun Owners Association. There are too many titles to list, but photos of the spines of each book should give you an idea of everything that is present. CONDITION: fair to very good, interested parties should view. (02-15432/JS). $800-1,200.

Lot: 1546 - INTERESTING GROUPING OF FIREARMS RELATED BOOKS,

PAMPHLETS & MILITARY MANUALS. Notable hardcover books include: signed copy of "The Winchester Handbook" by Madis. / Signed copy of "The Winchester Model 12" by Madis. / Signed copy of "The Winchester Book" by Madis. / Signed copy of "Fine Shotguns" by Taylor. Other notable titles are: "Winchester's Finest: The Model 21" by Schwing. / "The House of Churchill" by Masters. / "Early American Gunsmiths" by Kaufman. / "Winchester Model 94 Take Down and Assembly" by The Winchester Service Department. Dated 9 Dec 57. / "Hunting, Fishing & Camping" by LL Bean. / "Western Ammunition Handbook 6th Edition." / "Winchester Ammunition Handbook 4th Edition." / "Winchester Catalog #58 Dec 1896." / War Department Manual "Revolver, Colt, Caliber 45 & Revolver Smith & Wesson Caliber 45". Dated 1941. CONDITION: ranges from good to very good. Volumes may have minor flexing & scuffing. Dust jackets may have light staining & sm. tears. (02-15712/RW). $200-400.

Lot: 1547 - LARGE GROUPING OF TELESCOPIC SIGHTS & REMINGTON

REPLACEMENT BUTTPLATES. 1) SUPRA 2 1/2x- 6x scope. 1" Tube w/ European 3 post reticle. CONDITION: scope has ring wear & areas of missing finish. Power ring has notable loss of finish from improper use of tools. Optics appear slightly cloudy, but serviceable. 2) Redfield 6-18x scope w/ fine duplex reticle. 1" Tube w/ AO. CONDITION: very light high point wear. Optics appear clear & serviceable.. 3) Pekar 6x59 scope marked "PEKAR BERLIN GERMANY". European 3 post reticle. CONDITION: very light wear & scattered scratches. Optics appear clear & serviceable. 4) LYMAN ALL AMERICAN 6x Permacenter scope w/ fine crosshair. CONDITION: scattered fine scratches. Optics appear clear & serviceable. 5) LEUPOLD 4x RF Special scope. Fine duplex reticle. Compact 1" tube. CONDITION: scattered sm. handling marks & sticker residue. Optics clear & serviceable. 6) Lyman All American 1" tub3 4x Permacenter scope. Standard crosshair. CONDITION: scattered handling marks. appear clear & serviceable. 7) Weaver K2.5 1" steel scope. Fine crosshair. Includes scope rings. CONDITION: Scattered sm. scratches & spots of oxidation. Optics appear clear & serviceable. 8) Weaver K2.5 1" steel scope. Fine crosshair w/ dot. CONDITION: scope has light overall wear. Optics appear slightly cloudy. 9) REDFIELD 1" 1 3/4x-5x widefield duplex reticle scope. CONDITION: scope has very light wear. Optics appear slightly cloudy. 10) Redfield 2-7x widefield 1" scope w/ duplex reticle. CONDITION: scope has light overall wear. Optics appear clear & serviceable. 11) Redfield 4x 1" tube widefield scope w/ post reticle. CONDITION: scope tube dented by improper ring installation. Optics appear slightly cloudy. 12) Bushnell Scopechief 4x 1" tube scope w/ heavy post & crosshair. Steel rings. CONDITION: very good. Optics are clear & serviceable. MISC. SCOPES: 3 imported 1" tube scopes w. duplex reticles. Very good overall w/ light wear. Optics appear clear & serviceable. BUTTPLATES: 44 buttplates in packaging. Some are used, some are new replacements. Models include 742 Rem., 600/660, 29-31, 510, & 788. Predominantly good to very good condition. / 12 Rem. buttplates w/out packaging in fair to good condition. (02-15822/RW). $800-1,200.

Lot: 1548 - HOULLIER-BLANCHARD 12MM PINFIRE CARTRIDGES.

4 1/8" x 1 3/4" 2 Piece green checked box w/ maker's label on lid. Box contains 24 copper cased 12mm pinfire cartridges. CONDITION: cartridges show varied amounts of light oxidation. Bullets show a gray oxidation. Box has torn end flaps w/ light staining. (02-15839/DS). $250-350.

Lot: 1549 - GROUP OF CHECKERING TOOLS & CLEANING EQUIPMENT.

1) CHECKERING: Extensive set of checkering & stock working tools contained in a 14" X 11" X 7 1/2" oak chest w/ 5 sliding drawers. Many tools are dem-bart. Tools include riffler files, needle files, spare checkering tool, cutters, stock makers, gouges & scrapers. Includes pamphlet titled "Fundamentals of Gun Stock Checkering" by McGuire. CONDITION: tools appear mostly in good condition w/ light wear but serviceable. Handle may have wear & flaking finish. Oak chest has extensive crack & separation in the rear right hand corner. 2) CLEANING: Large quantity of jointed cleaning rods, both wood & metal for handguns & longarms. Rod tips, brass brushes & wool mops contained in approx. 16" X 8" X 7 1/2" plano plastic storage box (tackle box) w/ folding trays. CONDITION: cleaning equipment is used but most items appear serviceable. (02-15825 & 02-15826/RW). $400-600.

Lot: 1550 - CROSSBOW TECHNOLOGYS TITAN HLX TEN POINT CROSSBOW.

A compound crossbow suitable for target & hunting providing upwards of 300 fps bolt speed. It includes the Acu Draw cocking system making the otherwise tedious task of reloading much easier & safer. Body & 175 lb limbs are finished in a light brown camo pattern. It is currently outfitted w/ a 5 1/4" Weaver base & their proprietary 10 point illuminated 3 reticle optical sight. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: 10 Point quiver. 8 Bolts (5 mechanical broad heads & 3 field points). Crank handle for the the Acu Draw system. 18"x18" Styrofoam Block target. CONDITION: overall very good w/ a few light handling marks. String system shows signs of use & appears to remain completely functional. Unable to confirm illumination of sight. (02-15813/JZ) $200-400.

Lot: 1551 - WWII ERA MILTARY INSIGNIA & MEMORABILIA.

1) BLOOD CHIT. A WWII era blood chit depicting a Chinese flag w/ embroidered 12 pointed star in the center of the canton. 2) EMBROIDERY. A framed embroidery for a US marine featuring a helmeted bulldog over crossed Chinese & American flags. In the center is an embroidered 1st Marine Airwing patch. Below that is a Chinese dragon & a holly swag. Cloth is further embroidered. “TO THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD 1946-7 TAKU MIRAMAR PARRIS I., TSINGTAO, CHERRY POINT, SHANGHAI, TIENTSIN, CHINA AND STINKY TOM MUCKLE FIRST MARINE AIRWING”. 3) AIR FORCE PATCHES. A frame containing WWII period Air Force patches including the 1st through the 15th Air Force, the 20th Air Force & the Far East Air Forces patch. In the center is a 2 star Son in Service flag. 4) PRINT. This print depicts the USS Yorktown & has a card inside w/ the owner’s name & 4 ribbons that he won in WWII. 2 Dog tags are attached to the back of the frame. 5) WWII MEMORABILIA. A frame containing WWII items belonging to Corporal Marion Karaniewski including a 43rd Infantry Division patch, 2 enamel DI’s, 1 silver star w/ oak leaves & 1 aluminum handled fighting knife w/ Karaniewski’s name on the back. Karaniewski died in Jan. 1945 & is buried at the American cemetery in Manila. 6) GLIDER GROUP. This group includes sterling glider pilot wings w/ collar insignia & rank insignia for a Lieutenant & Captain. A dog tag included in the group is for Robert C. Borgens. There are 2 sphinx collar insignia, an overseas cap & a patch that reads, “24TH A.A.F.G.T.D. OKMULGEE OKLA.”. CONDITION: items generally show very light wear & have been well preserved. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15453-1/BF). $700-900.

Lot: 1552 - WWI & II POSTERS, PRINTS & A PHOTO.

1) This print measures approx. 14 1/2" x 23". Frame measures 21 1/2" x 29". The print depicts Red Cross flags being marched against the wind. The print reads, “The American Red Cross Carries on Join! ”. The print is titled at the base, “The American Red Cross Carries on! N.C. Wyeth 1933”. Print is framed w/ a Red Cross pin. 2) This poster measures approx. 20" x 28". The poster depicts an American GI staring at the island of Japan. The poster reads, “NEXT! 6TH WAR LOAN”. Poster is marked at the base, “U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944”. Poster has a tear in the center of the top. 3) This poster measures approx. 25 1/2" x 21 1/2". The poster depicts Santa Claus in a sleigh flying over a village tossing out War Bonds. The poster reads, “THE PRESENT WITH A FUTURE WAR BONDS”. 4) This framed portrait print of General Pershing. Frame measures approx. 17" x 21". The portrait depicts a mid chest up view of Gen. Pershing in uniform. 5) This poster measures approx. 14" x 10". The poster depicts an American GI throwing a grenade. The poster reads, “LET ‘EM HAVE IT 4TH WAR LOAN BUY EXTRA BONDS ”. 6) This framed soldier’s record measures approx. 25" x 19". Record shows various camp & maneuver scenes & is not filled out to a specific soldier. There is a tear at the top. 7) This panoramic photograph measures approx. 37 1/2" x 11". The photo features an Army unit & is dated “3-20-43”. 8) This WWII Polish poster measures approx. 36" x 24". The poster depicts a Polish soldier entering Berlin. The poster reads, “WARSZAWA WOLNA! NA BERLIN!”. CONDITION: items generally show very light wear & have been well preserved except as noted. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15453-2/BF). $400-600.

Lot: 1553 - THE PARKER HALE SAFARI GUN CLEANING OUTFIT.

Complete gun cleaning kit contained in a 14 1/2" x 6" x 1 1/2" green metal box w/ Parker Hale label on inside lid. Kit consists of cleaning rod, nylon brush, brass brush, pull string, patch jag, Young's ".303 Cleaner & Rust Preventor", Anderol synthetic gun oil, yellow gun cloth & 4 boxes, 100 each, cal. 22 flannelette patches. 2 Copies of the brochure "Gun Cleaning the Parker-Hale Way". CONDITION: cleaning rod & accessories are still wrapped in original packaging. All components are new & unused. Box has good painted finish showing sm. marks. (02-15348/DS). $100-200.

Lot: 1554 - MIDDLE EASTERN JAMBIYA.

Overall length from end to end: 21 1/2" approx. Blade length: approx. 7 1/4". Curved blade has a raised medial ridge & a bright polish. Hilt is mounted w/ very ornate silver beading & decoration. Decoration includes intricate work on flat pieces of silver, silver pins imbedded into the horn handle & an encased red, semiprecious or precious stone. The sides & pommel have raised flower like silver decorations. The face of the scabbard has extremely ornate silver coverings w/ heavy repousse work. There is another intricately encased red stone approx. 4” down from the throat of the scabbard. The tip of the scabbard has an unbelievably ornate finial completely done in silver. The reverse of the scabbard is some type of black leather w/ a lg. silver throat encompassing the top. CONDITION: blade has scattered areas of cleaned oxidation. Silver work on the hilt & outside of the scabbard is truly outstanding. Jambiya shows little wear overall. (02-15614-1/BF). $400-700.

Lot: 1555 - CASE STORE DISPLAY WITH 6 CASE KNIVES.

A Case wooden store display that contains 6 Case belt knives. Knives include a 10 1/8" knife w/ a 5 3/4" blade marked “CASE” at the ricasso. Knife has 2 piece stag grips & a leather sheath marked “CASE-XX”. Knife appears to be sharpened. / A 10 1/4" knife w/ a 6" blade marked “CASE” at the ricasso. Knife has 2 piece stag grips & a leather sheath marked “CASE” at the ricasso. / A 6 1/4" knife w/ a 3 1/8" blade marked “CASE” at the ricasso. Knife has a stacked leather washer grip & a sheath marked “CASE-XX”. / A 10 3/4" knife w/ a 6 1/4" blade marked “CASE XX USA 325-6” at the ricasso. Stacked leather washer grip w/ a leather sheath marked “CASE-XX”. Knife appears to be sharpened. / A 9 1/2" knife w/ a 5 1/8" blade marked “CASE.XX USA 316-5 SSP” at the ricasso. The blade is marked “TESTED XX RAZOR EDGE”. Stacked leather washer grip & sheath marked “CASE-XX”. / A 9" knife w/ a 4 7/8" blade marker “CASE XX USA 315-4 3/4” at the ricasso. Stacked leather washer grip & sheath marked “CASE-XX”. Knife appears to be sharpened. CONDITION: knives all show light wear except as noted. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15451/BF). $300-600.

Lot: 1556 - KNIVES, PATCHES, INSIGNIA, MEDALS & MORE.

1) KNIFE DISPLAY. A store display containing 7 unused Remington knives. Knives include the Trapper Bullet knife R1128, Utility knife R4, Skinning knife R6, the Gentleman R5, the Waterfowl R2 & the Upland R1. CONDITION: all knives are unused w/ original boxes contained inside the store display. 2) PATCHES. A riker mount display case containing patches that include but are not limited to US Army photographers, War Correspondent, Hell on Wheels, Airborne Troop Carrier, Navy V5 & more. CONDITION: patches show light wear. 3) INSIGNIA & MEDALS. A riker mount display case containing 2 M1881 Infantry hat plates, 1 New York hat plate for an M1881 helmet, 2 original Indian Service buttons & 1 reproduction, 6 hat insignia for Infantry, Artillery & 1 for a Scout, 2 collar insignia, 1 GAR badge rank insignia for a Colonel of Cavalry, 1 Spanish American War veteran’s medal & 1 Indian Wars Service medal on a split brooch w/ the name, “I.C.L. SCOTT” stamped on the edge. CONDITION: all items show light wear. 4) BOWLS. 2 Japanese covered ceramic bowls w/ blue, red, gold & black decoration. CONDITION: undamaged. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15454/BF). $300-500

Lot: 1557 - GROUP OF SWORDS, BAYONETS & KNIVES: VINTAGE,

ANTIQUE & MODERN. 1) Model 1884 Spanish infantry officer's sword w/ a 29 7/8" double edge blade. Blade is marked on right side w/ "TOLEDO 1884". Right ricasso marked w/ Spanish crown. Cast brass handle & guard. Cross guard has dog's head. Blade is etched w/ floral design. CONDITION: blade shows wear, light oxidation & fine pitting throughout. Brass handle has pleasing patina w/ spots

Lot: 1558 - VERY LARGE GROUP OF FIXED AND FOLDING BLADE,

KNIVES, MULTI-TOOLS, KNIFE DISPLAY CASE, VINTAGE TRUNK. 1) 30+ FIXED BLADE KNIVES. Many w/ sheaths. Notable examples include: Schrade sharp finger 3 1/4" blade. Forschner filet knife. Schrade #491 w/ imitation stag handle. Buck 4 1/4" skinner case XX 5" blade. BUD K folding circular throwing knife. 2) 100+ FOLDING KNIVES & MULTI-TOOLS. Notable examples include: Schrade bowie folding hunter. Frontier double eagle. Case XX Remington R1253 w/ box & paper. Barlow by Imperial. Multi-tools by Leatherman. CONDITION: fixed blade & folding knives are in generally well used condition w/ wear, oxidation, scattered fine pitting, sharpened blades but most appear serviceable. 3) 25 SETS OF KNIVES IN ORIGINAL FACTORY PACKAGING. Most have more than 1 knife per package. Both fixed blade & folders. Notable examples include: Winchester, Mossy Oak Buck Uncle Henry's, Remington Schrade, & Marbles. CONDITION: near excellent/new. In mostly sealed factory packaging. 4) Oak finished 7 drawer slanted front glass top display case measures approx. 9 1/2" wide X 12 1/2" tall X 20" deep. CONDITION: display case is in good condition. 5) Military foot locker approx. 32" long X 18" wide X 13" deep ID'd to sargeant in 169 FA. CONDITION: locker has aged but serviceable appearance. (02-15357-2/RW). $400-600.

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Lot: 1560 - EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE & EXTENSIVE GROUP OF GUM &

CIGARETTE TRADING CARDS. This is a huge & varied lot of trading cards including: 1) 188 Indian Gum Trading cards by Goudey Gum Company of Boston, Massachusetts. The cards depict various Native Americans, cowboys & soldiers. There is some duplication but the vast majority of cards are different. 2) 40 Hassan cork tipped cigarettes, The Oriental Smoke cards from the “Indian Life in the 60’s” series. The cards depict Native Americans in various scenes showing the daily life in an Indian village. 3) 27 Hassan cork tipped cigarettes, The Oriental Smoke cards from the “Cowboy Series”. Cards depict western cowboys mostly on horseback engaging in ranching activities. 4) 60 Wild West Picture Card Gum cards by Bowman Gum Inc. of Philadelphia. Cards are dated 1949. The cards depict Indian customs, famous characters, law & order, winning the west, Indian warfare & other scenes. 5) 32 Wild Man Picture cards from Bowman Gum Inc. of Philadelphia. Cards are dated 1950. The cards depict various scenes from history. Each card reads on the reverse, “Man’s past is stained with blood; his future can be bright with promise - if in the present he will wage peace”. 6) 9 Superman cards by National Periodical Publications. Cards are dated 1965 & depict various scenes from the Superman television show. 7) 6 Cards from a Presidential series w/ no mfg. on the reverse. Cards include Cleveland, Grant, Lincoln, Wilson, T. Roosevelt & McKinley. 8) 35 Hopalong Cassidy cards by William Boyd. Cards are dated 1950. Cards depict various scenes from the Hopalong Cassidy television show. 9) 8 Cards by T. C. G. titled, “Bring ‘Em Back Alive”. Cards depict what appear to be safari scenes from the African continent. 10) 1 Card from a series called, “Jets Rockets Spacemen” by Bowman Gum Inc. 11) 46 Cards by T. C. G. from a series entitled, “Look ‘n See”. Cards appear to depict famous people most of who seem to be American. 12) 8 Miscellaneous cards from various mfg. depicting Wild West & Indian scenes. 13) 8 Cigarette cards depicting various famous female actresses. Most cards are by Sweet Caporal. CONDITION: as expected, cards vary in condition from near mint to heavily worn. Cards are housed in plastic pages designed to hold collector cards. We suggest interested parties to inspect cards personally as slight condition issues can mean a great difference in valuation. (02-15427-1/BF). $1,000-3,000.

Lot: 1561 - FIREARMS RELATED MATERIAL, MILITARIA & PRINTS.

1) SIGN. An aluminum & wood trade sign in a shape reminiscent of a Colt Army revolver. Sign measures approx. 29" x 12 1/2" not including the suspension chain. Aluminum is painted silver. 2 Piece wood grips w/ varnished finish. 2) SCULPTURE. A cast copy of a Winchester receiver likely created to show off engraving styles. Receiver is mounted on a wooden base measuring approx. 13 1/2" x 4”. Sculpture is finished w/ patinaed brass coloration & black paint. 3) POWER HORN. Horn measures approx. 23" x 10" & appears to be Mexican in origin. A horn this lg. was likely used for a cannon or a storage horn. The base cap & surrounding trim are missing. The brass suspension chain & attachments are present. 4) MEDAL PRINT. A framed print of a Spanish American War veteran’s medal. Frame measures 18" x 10". 5) CIVIL WAR PRINT. A framed print titled, “BREECH LOADERS & GREENCOATS” by Dale Gallon. Frame measures 16" x 12". 6) FRAMED PRINT. A Spanish American War period print by Frederick Remington after one of his photographs. Frame measures 18" x 13". 7) FRAMED PRINT. A print of an ivory gripped Colt Army revolver. Frame measures 25 1/2" x 21". 8) FRAMED WINCHESTER PRINT. A print depicting a hunter shooting a bear. A brass plaque at the base reads, “W. A. C. A. - 1993 WINCHESTER SHOW CODY, WY 8TH PLACE”. Print measures 22 1/2" x 29". CONDITION: items generally show light wear. Horn shows moderate wear. Framed items show light wear w/ minor fading. (02-15427-4/BF). $300-500.

Lot: 1562 - GRIPS & RIFLE SCABBARDS.

1) GRIPS. This group contains 2 early original Colt 1 piece grips, 1 of which appears to be for an 1860 Army, the other is possibly for an 1851 Navy. There is a 2 piece grip w/ a spacer which appears to be for a Colt single action. Also included is a pair of grips that possibly are for a Springfield Arms revolver & a pair of grips for a Smith & Wesson K frame. Finally, there is a single black checkered grip w/ “COLT” across the top & a Rampant Colt medallion at the bottom. CONDITION: grips show light overall wear. 2) 2 SCABBARDS. This group includes a fine early tooled leather rifle scabbard that is not maker marked but is of very high quality. It is 38" long & swells to nearly 8 1/2" at the top. It is completely tooled around the edge & top of the front. There are 2 strap loops on the reverse w/ copper rivets. The other scabbard is missing approx. the bottom 10". It is tooled around the edge on both sides. There are 2 suspension loops on the reverse w/ copper rivets. CONDITION: 1 scabbard is complete but a bit dry w/ some flaking, the other scabbard is in near relic condition. (02-15427-6/BF). $600-900.

Lot: 1563 - HOLSTERS, MILITARIA, SHOOTING RELATED ITEMS,

KNIVES & MUCH, MUCH MORE. A lg. & varied lot w/ something for everybody. Items include, but are not limited to, a “Fanner 50” toy 6 shooter, belt & holster. / Leather cartridge belt. / Leather waist belt. / Leather money or clip belt w/ holster. / Tooled leather pistol case. / 13 Leather holsters from the early to mid 20th century, some having Western maker marks. / Advertisement for Stevens Arms & Tool Company. / Several 100 yd. vintage shooting targets. / Silvered wooden frame. / Nonfactory presentation box for a Colt SA. / Wild West Show type Indian costume. / Canvas civilian game bag or haversack. / Box of misc. gun parts, cleaning tools, clips & much more. / Approx. 40 political & other pinback buttons. / Approx. 50 various military insignia & medal bars. / WWI style doughboy helmet. / 3 Knives. / Miniature sword. / 2 Hip flasks. / Mauser K98 cleaning kit. / Circa 1917 machine gun sight. / Wings, a medal bar group, Lt. Col. oak leaves, dog tags & a patch belonging to an Air Force Senior Command pilot. / Bullion Air Force squadron patch. CONDITION: condition varies greatly within this lot. Many items show light wear however some items including gun parts & cleaning equipment show moderate to heavy wear. (02-15427-5/BF). $400-700.

Lot: 1564 - LARGE GROUPING OF SHOTGUN ACCESSORIES WITH RIFLE

SCOPES. BARRELS: 1) BERETTA O/U (not model marked). Cal. 12 Ga., 2 3/4". S# F82024B. Length 28" w/ 3/8" VR & vented side ribs. Orange blade front sight. Breech end of bbl. marked w/ gold # "1". Right side marked "SPECIAL SKEET". Fixed Skeet & Skeet chokes. Matte black finish w/ jeweled flats. CONDITION: 90% finish. Bores are generally bright showing some plastic fouling. 2) BERETTA O/U

Lot: 1565 - 12 ARCHERY BOWS & ACCESSORIES.

1) MARTIN JAGUAR PRO SERIES. Camoflauge finished compound bow w/ walnut grip inserts. 35-50 lb. draw weight. Cobra 3 pin sight w/ Tiger Guff arrow rest. Comes in injection molded foam lined hard case containing camoflauge quiver, weight & 3 arrows. 2) BEAR KODIAK MAGNUM. Compound bow w/ laminated wood riser. Sure Hit 4 pin deluxe sight. 3) BEAR WHITE TAIL HUNTER. Compound bow w/ painted metal riser. Cobra 3 Pin sight. Flipper rest II. Comes in Allen foam lined camoflauge zippered case containing Allen forearm guard. 4) MARTIN TIGER CAMOFLAUGE COMPOUND BOW. Vital Gear circular 3 pin sight. Quick tune arrow rest. Kwike Kwiver camoflauge quiver w/ 5 arrows. 5) BEN PEARSON MODEL 250. 4 Wheel compound bow w/ laminated wood riser. 4 Pin sight. 6) BEAR. Compound bow w/ added camo finish, metal riser & pin sight. 7) BEAR POLAR II. Compound bow w/ metal riser & camo finish. 8) BEAR. Compound bow w/ metal riser & 4 pin sight. Peak draw weight 50 lbs. 9) BEN PEARSON POWER JET No. 3340. Fiberglass recurve bow w/ 25 lb. draw weight. 10) BEAR GRAY FOX. Fiberglass recurve bow. 35 lb. draw weight. 11) BEN PEARSON POWER JET No. 3340. Fiberglass recurve bow w/ 25 lb. draw weight. 12) UNMARKED FIBERGLASS RECURVE. ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES: over 50 assorted bow strings by the following makers & others: Bear, Triple Trophy, Stone Mountain, Head Hunter String & Elk River Archery. / 5 Brass sight pins. / 1 Cobra Weight / 1 Quiver w/ 4 arrows. CONDITION: varies from fair to very good. Bow strings are unused in original packages. (02-15356-2/DS). $400-800.

Lot: 1566 - VERY LARGE GROUP OF FIREARMS, RELATED ACCESSORIES,

SCOPES, MAGAZINES, DECOYS, HOLSTERS & CLEANING EQUIPMENT. Original Winchester Model 21 12 Ga. Splinter forend for gun w/ plain extractors, checkered w/ very good original finish. No metal parts are present. SCOPES: 1) Leupold 3-9X duplex reticle. Optics appear clear & serviceable. 2) Nikon Primos 3-9X range finder reticle. Optics appear clear & serviceable. 3) Bushnell Sportview 4X32 duplex reticle. Scope & optics in fair condition. 4) Simmons shotgun 4X32 crosshair & diamond reticle. Scope has light wear. Optics appear clear & serviceable. 5) Redfield 2 3/4X post reticle. Scope has light overall wear. Optics are slightly clouded. 6) Weaver K4. Scope in fair condition. Reticle is not present. 7) Unmarked 3/4" tube 22. Scope in fair condition. Optics are cloudy. 70+ MAGAZINES: Notable examples include: 1911 COLT: 12 blued steel 7 rd. / 2 Blued steel Brownell's 8 rd. / 1 Stainless unmarked 7 rd. / 2 Pocket US web mag. pouch. Double snap. Russell 1918. SKS 2 PROMAG: 30 rd. polymer detachable mags. AK47: 6 unmarked steel 30 rd. M1 CARBINE: 2-30 rd. blued steel. / 5-15 Rd. blued steel. M14: 1 20 rd. AR15, 9-30 rd. steel. MINI 14 RUGER: 2-30 rd. stainless. / 1-20 Rd. unmarked steel. RUGER STANDARD AUTO: 1-9 rd. chrome base w/ right hand button. RUGER 10-22: 1-10 rd. SARB 9MM: 2-13 rd. SAR B6PL. H.K.S.: 2 #10 speed loaders. WALTHER P-38: 2-8 rd. 1 marked Walther & 1 unmarked. WALTHER PP: 1 22 long rifle. COLT 1903: 1-8 rd. 32 ACP. 742 REM: 1 Colyer 10 rd. 30-06. 788 REM: 1-4 rd. .308. REM 513: 1-5 rd. 22LR. CHARTER ARMS AR7: 1 composite ram-line 30 rd. / 2 unmarked 10 rd. steel. 19 DUCK DECOYS: all molded construction, makers are predominantly Carry Lite & Flambeau, Majority of ducks are mallards. Included in lot are 10 lead anchors. Ducks have light wear & scuffed finishes. HARDWOOD GUN CLEANING CRADLE: w/ leather padding & lightly worn but good serviceable condition. FIELD & STREAM LOCKABLE METAL GUN CASE: approx. 53" X 13" X 4 1/2", includes keys. 9 ZIPPERED PADDED PISTOL CASES. In good serviceable condition. GROUP OF LEATHER, NYLON & WEB HOLSTERS, BELTS, SLINGS, ETC.: group of leather nylon & web holsters, belts, slings, etc. Notable holster makers include Bucheimer, Strong, Hunter. / Hunter #206 MED rifle cartridge belt. / US pistol belt, large. / Cloth chest type SKS Ammunition Carrier. CONDITION: ranges from fair to good w/ scuffing, wear, staining, detached flaps. FIREARMS ACCESSORIES INCLUDE: scope rings & bases by Weaver, Leupold & Nikon. / Shotgun screw in choke tubes, 5 are early Win. choke. / Balance are Browning & Beretta. Recoil rings for Browning A5 Mag. 12 Ga. PACHMAYR MASTER GUNSMITH 277 PIECE SCREW KIT. Kit appears complete in its original packaging. Large quantity of cleaning patches & cleaning rods, cleaning rod tips, brass brushes, a lg. quantity of gun locks. CONDITION: items have handling wear, staining & worn packaging. (02-15356-1/RW). $700-900.

Lot: 1567 - 14 ANTIQUE WOODEN AMMUNITION CRATES & FIREARMS

RELATED ITEMS. Manufacturers are Winchester, Remington, Peters & Western. Boxes have wide assortment of sizes. The smallest measures 9 1/4" X 6 1/2" X 4 1/2". The largest measures 18 1/4" X 11" X 9 1/2". Covers are not present. Other items include: 3 mounted Winchester mag. advertisements from the 1920s, copy of "George Schreyer, Sr & Jr, Gunmakers of Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania" by Shumway, vintage black leather flap holster for sm. frame revolver, S&W revolver box for Model 18-4 4" bbl. revolver w/ accessory packet, Dupont red oval powder can, early Dupont rnd. green smokeless powder can w/ gun dog motif, can of Williams Evans rangoon oil, & E.J. Churchill hand protector for double shotgun. CONDITION: boxes are in worn condition w/ staining, chipping & fading of lettering. Holster has wear, scuffing & cracking. Red powder can in good condition w/ light wear & scattered scratches. Smokeless can has notable wear, scratches & darkened appearance. (02-15711/RW). $400-600.

Lot: 1568 - GROUP OF VINTAGE GUN OIL CANS & MARBLES GUN

CLEANING KIT. 20 Vintage gun oil cans. Brands include Winchester, Outers, Hoppies, Remington & Marbles. Many cans retain partial contents. / Marbles gun cleaning kit. Universal style in orange metal box. Includes 3 piece jointed rod w/ wooden handle, rifle & shotgun tips & patches. CONDITION: cleaning kit has generally good appearance w/ light wear & handling marks. Warning label for touch up blue is partially detached. Gun oil cans retain large percentage of painted finish. Tops are generally lightly oxidized & stained. Many do not retain their original caps. (02-15853/RW). $100-200.

Lot: 1569 - 18 WOODEN REVOLVING GUN RACKS WITH METAL UPRIGHTS.

Capacity ranges from 12-16 guns. Wood is finished in light maple color to darker walnut color. 3 Made w/ holes instead of notches in the top plate. Racks measure approx. 23" in diameter at the floor up to 15" in diameter at the top. Although sizes may vary somewhat. Height ranges from approx. 33" - 38". CONDITION: all appear complete & serviceable. One has detached top. May have light wear & scuffing. (02-15392/RW). $200-300.

Lot: 1570 - LARGE UNINSULATED GUN SAFE.

Mfg. by American Security Products. Safe measures approx. 60" tall X 22" wide X 50" deep. Brown textured paint finish w/ 3 bolt combination lock. Adj. brackets for shelving. Also includes 2 short made shelves, 2 padded. Includes combination. CONDITION: Safe has light wear, scattered scratches & paint marks. (02-15395/RW). $200-300.

Lot: 1571 - FRAMED PRINT TITLED “THE STORMING OF HILL”.

HILL”. Frame measures 22 3/4" x 27". The polychromatic print depicts an infantry regiment charging up San Juan Hill during the Spanish American War. The print is titled, “THE STORMING OF SAN JUAN HILL. JULY 1, 1898”. CONDITION: the frame shows moderate to heavy wear w/ minor losses to molding & edges of the frame. The print remains sharp w/ vivid colors but there is visible water staining & there appears to be a tear in the upper right corner. (02-14902/BF). $50-100.

Lot: 1572 - AETNA NO 1 & IVER JOHNSON TYCOON SA REVOLVERS.

1) AETNA NO.1. Cal. 22 RF. S# 412 (under grips). Bbl. 2 3/8" oct. w/ semi circular sight. 7 Shot fluted cyl. Solid frame action w/ spur trigger. 2 Piece checkered hard rubber grips. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: Colt Lady Derringer 2 gun display box. Box shows light staining & tattering at edges. CONDTION: metal has renickeled finish over remaining deep pitting. Action is missing parts & will not function. Grips show light wear. Pitted bore. (01-20165/DS) 2) IVER JOHNSON TYCOON. Cal. 22 RF. S# 3273 (under grips). Bbl. 2 1/2" rnd. w/ bead sight. 7 Shot rnd. cyl. Solid frame action w/ spur trigger. 2 Piece walnut bird's head grips. CONDITION: metal is renickeled over heavy pitting. Action does not function. Grips have worn & peeling finish. Pitted bore. (01-20166/DS). BOTH ANTIQUE. $50-100.

Lot: 1573 - 4 SAMURAI SWORDS.

1) TOURIST SAMURAI. Overall length: 37 1/2". Blade length: 26 1/2". This samurai was likely made for the 20th century tourist trade. There is no temper line on the blade. The blade has etched Chinese characters on panels extending 4" up from the rudimentary, poorly formed habaki. Roughly cast brass tsuba w/ bird design. Leather wrapped tsuka w/ no same or menuki. Plain brass fuchi & kashira. Brass mounted, green painted saya. CONDITION: a low quality sword w/ moderate wear throughout. (02-15372/BF). 2) TOURIST SAMURAI. Overall length: 41 1/2". Blade length: 29 3/4". Blade has no temper line & is etched w/ Far Eastern designs. Brass habaki. Cast brass tsuba. Wooden handle w/ painted silver decoration. Wooden saya w/ painted foliage & 2 cocks. CONDITION: light wear throughout. 3) TOURIST SAMURAI. Overall length: 44". Blade length: 28 3/4". Blade has a simulated temper line. Gold plated habaki & tsuba. Simulated ivory, cast plastic tsuka. Red plastic saya. Samurai is housed in original cardboard box. CONDITION: sword is as mfg. Box shows storage wear only. (02-15378(2)/BF). 4) TOURIST SAMURAI. Overall length: 41". Blade length: 28 1/2". Blade has a simulated wavy temper line & is signed, “Bk 1406 Forged Steel Handcrafted in China”. Brass habaki. Metal tsuba. Tsuka has a black tsuka-ito w/ white same & black metal menuki. Saya is black enameled wood w/ gold painted highlights. CONDITION: light wear throughout. (02-15379/BF). $300-500.

Lot: 1574 - 4 SWORDS.

1) INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS SWORD. Overall length: 36 1/2". Blade length: 28 1/4". Blade is etched over half its length w/ various foliate & Odd Fellow motifs including a panel that reads, “Col. Geo. W. Towne.”. Ricasso is etched, “Made by The M.C. Lilley & Co Columbus, O”. Heavily embellished gilded hilt w/ various Odd Fellows motifs including the initials, “PM” w/ crown for Patriarchs Militant. Sword knot attached. Plated iron scabbard w/ heavily gilded mounts. Scabbard is also engraved, “Col. Geo. W. Towne.”. Sword is housed in a cloth bag which is in turn housed in a leather carrier w/ a plaque that reads, “Col George W Towne Lawrence Mass”. CONDITION: sword shows very light wear overall. Sword knot is separated. Cloth bag & leather carrier show light to moderate wear. (02-15373/BF). 2) US M1902 OFFICERS SABER. Overall length: 36 1/2". Blade length: 29 7/8". Blade is etched over 2/3 of its length w/ various military, foliate & patriotic motifs including a blank panel. Ricasso marked, “440 STAINLESS”. Plated hilt w/ black plastic formed grip. Plated scabbard. CONDITION: entire sword shows very light wear. (02-15374/BF). 3) US M1902 OFFICERS SABER. Overall length: 36 1/2". Blade length: 29 3/4". Blade is etched over 2/3 of its length w/ various military, foliate & patriotic motifs including a blank panel. Ricasso marked, “THE M. C. LILLEY & CO COLUMBUS, O.”. Plated hilt w/ composite formed grip. Plated scabbard. Sword is housed in a black leather like carrying case. CONDITION: blade shows substantial original factory polish. Hilt shows light wear. Scabbard shows significant wear w/ major losses of plating. (02-15375/BF). 4) BRITISH INFANTRY OFFICERS SWORD. Overall length: 40 1/4". Blade length: 34". Quill back blade etched over half its length w/ various military & patriotic motifs. There is no legible mark observed. Brass branched guard w/ lion head pommel. Wire wrapped sharkskin grip. Scabbard appears to be brass w/ an iron drag. CONDITION: blade has heavy oxidation obscuring the etching & has been vigorously sharpened. The outside branch of the guard is broken at the knuckle bow. Grip is solid. Scabbard has a few shallow dents & needs a good cleaning. (02-15376/BF). $550-950.

Lot: 1575 - CRISWELL 2002 SAMURAI SWORD WITH SCABBARD.

27.5" Tanto, upswept & trailing blade of A2 material. Overall length: 40.5" w/ full tang & G10 wrapped handle. Kytex sheath. CONDITION: near excellent showing light scratches. Blade is sharp. PROVENANCE: Estate of Rick Ingwersen. (02-15942/DS). $600-900.

Lot: 1576 - US MILITARY UNIFORMS, INSIGNIA, HEADGEAR & MUCH

MORE. This widely varied group consists of a WWII Fifth Air Force uniform shirt w/ navigator wings attached above the pocket. Collar insignia is correct for a 1st Lieutenant & tie is included. / 3 Books titled, “The Pinkertons”, “Tragic Years” & “The Poetical Works of Mrs. Hemans”. / A framed Bob Seger “Night Moves” album. / A framed photo of a 4 engine bomber. / 1 Angelus gun cleaning kit. / 1 Canvas gun sleeve. / 1 Book titled, “The 102nd Infantry through Germany”. / Various photos of Air Group 2. / 1 WWII Army shirt w/ Ruptured Duck insignia. / 1 Overseas cap w/ red, white & green Italy patch on the left side. / 1 Overseas cap w/ an orange & black DI on the side featuring a bucking bronco & cowboy. / 1 Overseas cap for a warrant officer. / 1 WWII Ike jacket. / 1 US Navy equipment pouch possibly for a flotation device marked, “DURKEE ATWOOD COMPANY PROPERTY OF US NAVY”. / A 1 piece Air Force flying suit Type L-1. / 1 Sm. tin o various military insignia, clutchbacks, keys, etc. / 1 Dark blue overseas cap w/ a Navy V5 patch. / 1 Pair of Navy V5 wings. / 1 Navy sm. size pilot wings. / 1 Khaki Navy V5 overseas cap. / 1 Lg. & 2 sm. Women’s Ambulance Driver Corps patches & 2 metal collar insignia. / 1 WWII German NSKK overseas cap. / 1 WWII German NSKK flat bullion uniform eagle. / 1 Lg. riker mount frame containing a variety of ribbon bars, shooting qualification badges, collar disks, hat insignia, rank insignia & much, much more. / 1 WWII period helmet liner. / 1 Post WWII period helmet liner. / 1 Post WWII helmet liner in zippered carrying bag. / 1 British pith helmet that was made in India. / 1 Marine Corps drill instructor hat. CONDITION: as expected condition on this lot varies widely. Most items show light wear. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15462/BF). $500-750.

Lot: 1577 - WWI ERA US MILITARY SADDLE, BLANKET

& GUIDON FOR THE 4TH US CAVALRY. A fine example of a military issue brown leather McClellan type saddle dating sometime in the first quarter of the 20th century. The saddle has an unmarked front shield w/ screwed in loops & rings in front of the seat. The stirrups are single ply leather w/ embossed “US” in oval on the front covering the wooden foot holds. The back of the seat is marked on each side, “E/35”. The blanket measures approx. 28" x 36" at its widest points. The blanket has 1 1/2" gold trim & each rear corner has a 3 1/2" gold & yellow “4”. The blanket is blue w/ a central 3 1/2" black stripe. The blanket is edged w/ black & backed w/ brown wool. The red & white swallow tail guidon measures 15 1/2" in height & nearly 21" to each peak. The top white half has a red “4” centrally located & the lower red half has a white “C A V” centrally applied. The 4th US Cavalry has quite an illustrious history including significant service during the Philippine Insurrection. In 1907 they were reassigned to Ft. Meade, South Dakota w/ part of the regiment going to Ft. Snelling, MN. In 1911 the 4th Cavalry was sent to the Mexican border & in 1913 departed for Schofield Barracks, HI where they served throughout WWI. In 1919 the regiment returned to the Mexican border & subsequently back to Ft. Meade, SD. Judging by the construction of this saddle, it likely dates between 1900-1920. UNATTACHED ACCESSORIES: a binder containing research on the 4th Cavalry. CONDITION: the saddle shows light to moderate wear overall & displays very well. The blanket also shows light to moderate wear but colors remain vivid. The guidon shows light wear & a few very minor tiny stains. (02-15036/BF). $500-700.

Lot: 1578 - WWII JAPANESE ITEMS & MORE.

This varied group includes an original WWII Japanese helmet painted black w/ reproduction liner. / WWII Japanese Navy rank insignia & cap tally. / WWII Army Air Corps leather flight helmet w/ goggles & head phone. / Pair of aviator goggles. / Sm. cast iron schoolhouse bank. / 4 Japanese stick flags. / Photo of the USS Saratoga. / Pair of opera glasses in case. / 9" Bronze Chinese incense burner. / Cast metal lioness. / Cast metal Scotty dog lamp. / Cast metal 18th century hunter marked “HIVER”. / Sm. Chinese acrobatic carving in a globe. / 16" Tall bust of a Greek warrior on plinth. / 10 Cast metal WWI toy soldiers. CONDITION: all items show light to moderate wear. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15442/BF). $400-600.

Lot: 1579 - 3 TULWAR, 2 KOUMIYYA, & A GERMANIC SHORT SWORD.

1) TULWAR. Overall length: 35". Blade length: 30 1/2". An iron hilted tulwar w/ plain blade. Pointed pommel. Iron mounted leather scabbard. CONDITION: blade is stuck in the scabbard. Hilt & blade show oxidation. Hilt is a bit loose. 2) TULWAR. Overall length: 34 1/2". Blade length: 29 1/2”. Dbl. fullered plain blade w/ iron hilt. There is a swordsmith’s cartouche at the top of the blade near the hilt. No scabbard. CONDITION: blade has a gray mottled patina w/ areas of shallow pitting. 3) TULWAR. Overall length: 33". Blade length: 28". Plain blade w/ iron hilt. CONDITION: tip of blade is rounded off. 1 Languet has been struck w/ a sword. Blade has a medium gray mottled patina. 4) KOUMIYYA. Overall length: 16 1/2". Blade length: 9 1/2". Brass collar. Black wooden grip. Brass covered pommel. Collar & pommel have engraved designs. Heavily repoussed brass covered wooden scabbard. CONDITION: blade has a light gray patina. Brass has a deep, ancient patina. Hilt is quite solid. 5) KOUMIYYA. Overall length: 17 1/4". Blade length: 9 1/2". Brass collar. Brown wooden grip heavily carved & inlaid w/ brass & lead. Heavily repoussed, brass covered wooden pommel & collar. Scabbard also shows intricate repousse work in brass over a wooden scabbard. CONDITION: blade has a light gray patina. Brass has a very pleasing mustard patina. Hilt is quite solid. 6) GERMANIC SHORT SWORD. Overall length: 22 1/4". Blade length: 17 1/4". Plain blade. Solid brass hilt w/ S shaped counter guard stamped w/ various proofs & unit markings. 1 Piece handle w/ incised diagonal lines to simulate a grip. No scabbard. CONDITION: blade shows a dark, mottled, oxidized patina. Hilt has a mustard patina. (02-15887/BF). $400-700.

Lot: 1580 - 4 FOREIGN SWORDS.

1) BRITISH RAF OFFICER. Overall length: 39 1/4". Blade length: 32". Blade has a central fuller & marked at the ricasso, “BY APPOINTMENT TO HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II SWORD CUTLERS WILKINSON SWORD LONDON MADE IN ENGLAND”. There is etching throughout 2/3 of the blade featuring the RAF eagle & British arms. Heavily gilded eagle pommel sword w/ lg. basket type grip featuring an RAF eagle on a medallion on the underside w/ a crowned “ER II”. Wire wrapped simulated white ray skin grip. Leather scabbard w/ heavily gilded mounts. CONDITION: blade shows very light wear but needs a good cleaning. Hilt & scabbard show very light wear. (02-15236/BF). 2) EUROPEAN SMALLSWORD. Overall length: 36 1/4". Blade length: 28 3/4". Blade marked at the ricasso, “FABRICA DE TOLEDO SPAIN”. Blade is etched over 1/4 of its length w/ various foliate motifs. Gilded brass hilt w/ a downturned clamshell guard. Wire wrapped simulated ivory grip. Leather scabbard w/ gilded mounts. CONDITION: blade shows light wear w/ some oxidation near the tip. Gilding on hilt is 95%. Grip wire has been glued in place. Scabbard leather is weak in several spots. (02-15238/BF). 3) RAF BROADSWORD. Overall length: 42 3/4". Blade length: 34 1/4". This is a 40th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain sword issued by Wilkinson Sword of England. Blade marked at the ricasso, “BY APPOINTMENT TO HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II SWORD CUTLERS WILKINSON SWORD MADE IN ENGLAND”. Blade engraved on 1 side w/ 2 British WWII fighters, the arms of the RAF & “COMMEMORATING THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN 1940-1980”. Lg. crossguard features a gold RAF eagle in the center. The remainder of the hilt is chrome plated w/ a smooth wooden grip. No scabbard. CONDITION: sword shows light wear overall. (02-15245/BF). 4) JAPANESE ARMY PARADE. Overall length: 39 1/4". Blade length: 37 1/2". Plain single fullered blade w/ simulated wavy temper line. Gilded brass hilt w/ cherry blossoms on side of backstraps denoting Army use. Wire wrapped composite grip. Plated scabbard. There is a Dymo tape attached to the top of the scabbard that reads, “OKINAWA 1945” indicating the sword was taken at Okinawa. CONDITION: blade shows areas of original factory polish. Hilt shows light wear. Scabbard shows light wear w/ flaking at the drag. (02-15270/BF). $800-1,200.

Lot: 1581 - OFFICER’S SAMURAI SWORD.

Overall length: 34 1/2". Blade length: 22". This sword features an early blade w/ an irregular hamon. The copper habaki has incised lineal decoration. The nakago has a single mekugi-ana. The blade is unsigned but is well made. The tsuba is iron w/ vine decoration. There is 1 copper seppa below the tsuba. The tsuka has matching plain brass fuchi & kabuto-gane. The menuki are iron & of 3 cherry blossom design. The tsuka-ito is brown & the remains of the same are white. The saya is black enameled wood & has 2 interesting white knotted additions to the scabbard likely put on by a US sailor. CONDITION: blade has areas of good polish but has some discoloration. There are no nicks or delaminations. The tsuka-ito is broken. The same is mostly missing. (02-15669/BF). $300-500.

Lot: 1582 - WWII ARMY OFFICERS SAMURAI SWORD.

Overall length: 34 1/2". Blade length: 22 7/8". This sword features an early blade w/ an irregular hamon. The brass habaki has traces of silver plating. The nakago has a single mekugi-ana. The blade is unsigned but is very well made. The tsuba is heavy brass w/ silver plates above & below decorated in a foliate motif. There is 1 seppa below & 1 above the tsuba. The tsuka has matching fuchi, menuki & kabuto-gane that in turn match the silver plates above & below the tsuba. The tsuka-ito is black over what appears to be black same. The saya has a military style leather cover over what appears to be black lacquered wood. There is a cloth tag attached to the semegane w/ Japanese characters that likely denotes the owner’s name & station when the sword was surrendered. CONDITION: blade has a nice polish w/ no nicks or delamination. There is some discoloration to scattered areas on the blade that should be removed. (02-15670/BF). $600-900.

Lot: 1583 - WWII NAVAL OFFICERS SAMURAI SWORD.

Overall length: 39 1/2". Blade length: 27". This attractive kai-gunto has a nearly full length hi & what appears to be an oil tempered blade. The brass habaki has evidence of silver plating. The nakago has 2 mekugi-ana. The blade is unsigned. The tsuba appears to be plain, heavy, gilded copper w/ a lg. brass lineal decorated seppa that resembles a second tsuba. There is also 1 sm. seppa between the blade & the tsuba. The tsuka has matching fuchi, cherry blossom menuki & kabuto-gane. The tsuka-ito is brown over what appears to be black same. The saya has gilded brass semegane & sayajiri on the black enameled metal body. CONDITION: blade has a nice polish w/ no nicks or delamination. Sword generally shows light wear overall. (02-15668/BF). $500-800.

Lot: 1584 - WWII JAPANESE OFFICER'S KATANA.

Overall length: 38 3/4". Blade length: 27". Blade has no discernible hamon. Brass habaki. Standard brass tsuba w/ 4 cherry blossom design on each side. There are 2 seppa below the tsuba & 1 above. Tsuka has matching military fuchi & kashira. White same. Brown/green tsuka-ito. Brass 3 cherry blossom menuki on each side. Blade has a single mekugi-ana. Blade has a 7 character signature on 1 side & a 2 character signature on the other. Saya is leather wrapped metal in the military style. CONDITION: blade has some scratches & a few very minor spots of pitting. There are a few dents to the edge but no chips are observed. The tsuka shows light to moderate wear overall. The saya shows moderate wear. (02-15883/BF). $300-500.

Lot: 1585 - 3 LATE 19TH CENTURY US MILITARY UNIFORMS.

1) ENLISTED. An example of an enlisted dark blue uniform coat & associated pants likely made between 1883 & the Spanish American War. Coat has 5 buttons down the front & 3 on each sleeve. It has a blue/gray flannel lining & a single interior pocket. Sleeves are lined in muslin. Royal blue pants have a sizing strap in the back & 1 rear pocket on the right. The fly closes w/ 4 tin, 4 hole buttons & the waist secures w/ a similar button. Waist of pants is lined in muslin. CONDITION: coat & pants both are in very solid condition but show some minor mothing throughout. 2) ENLISTED. An example of a corporal’s dark blue uniform coat & associated pants likely made between 1885 & 1910. Coat has 5 general service buttons down the front & at total of 5 cuff buttons on the sleeves from the Massachusetts Agriculture College of Amherst, MA. The sleeve buttons indicate this uniform was likely worn by a military cadet of MAC. Each sleeve has a white corporal’s stripe. Coat is unlined but sleeves have a mattress ticking like lining. Royal blue pants w/ a white stripe down the outside of each leg. The back has a sizing strap & there are 2 rear & 2 front pockets. The fly closes w/ 4 tin, 4 hole buttons & the waist secures w/ a similar button. Waist of pants is lined in muslin. CONDITION: coat & pants are both in very good condition but they show some minor mothing throughout. 3) OFFICER. An example of a M1895 officer’s uniform. Uniform is of regulation design w/ infantry captain’s shoulder straps on each shoulder. Collar insignia consists of an “N.Y.” & crossed rifles w/ “1” above on each collar. The officer was a captain of the 1st New York Infantry. Royal blue pants w/ a white stripe down the outside of each leg. The back has a sizing strap & there are 2 rear pockets & a watch pocket. The fly closes w/ 4 tin, 2 hole buttons & the waist secures w/ a clip. Waist of pants is lined w/ blue & white cotton. CONDITION: uniform shows overall light wear w/ generally minor moth damage. (02-15744/BF). $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1586 - WWII ARMY OVERCOATS & AN ARMY A-2 FLIGHT JACKET.

1) OVERCOATS. This group consists of 6 WWII enlisted man’s heavy winter wool overcoats & 2 officer’s short, heavy winter wool overcoats. Also, the group contains 1 Army officer’s field overcoat in OD cotton. CONDITION: a few coats show very slight moth damage. The remainder show generally light wear & the field overcoat shows light wear. (02-15727/BF). 2) FLIGHT JACKET. A very good example of an Army Air Force Type A-2 leather flight jacket by Willis & Geiger Inc. of New York. CONDITION: jacket shows slight general wear. Zipper is functional & snaps are operational. There is some insect damage to the knit cuffs & waistband. (02-15728/BF). $600-800.

Lot: 1587 - WWII ARMY UNIFORMS & NAVY CHIEF MACHINIST MATE

UNIFORMS. 1) WWII ARMY UNIFORMS. This uniform lot includes a WWII uniform coat & pants for a private in the Ordnance Corps. Coat features a 6 award ribbon bar & a Ruptured Duck over the right pocket. Left sleeve has a 38th Division patch. / A WWII uniform coat for a 2nd lieutenant of the Ordnance Corps. Coat features an embroidered 6 award ribbon bar & all appropriate insignia. Patch

Lot: 1588 - WWII UNIFORMS & PANTS.

1) WWII UNIFORMS & PANTS. This uniform lot consists of a dbl. breasted, gray wool overcoat w/ an interior tag that reads, “REGULATION ARMY OVERCOAT WOOL” . / A WWII shirt for a Technical 1st Sergeant w/ Advanced Section Communications Zone patch of the ETO on left sleeve. / An Army Air Corps Ike jacket w/ Air Corps collar disks & 3 award sewn on ribbon bar. Left sleeve has a worn bullion Air Force patch. / An Ike jacket for a private w/ an Anti Aircraft Missile Command patch on the left sleeve. / The lot further includes 13 pairs of WWII military pants, mostly of various shades of green. Some have laced bottoms to fit into boots, other have straight legs. CONDITION: uniforms generally show light wear. Pants show light to moderate wear. (02-15725/BF). 2) WWII UNIFORMS. This group includes an Ike jacket & shirt for an Army Air Corps sergeant w/ appropriate collar disks. Above the left pocket is an ETO ribbon w/ 4 stars & a there is a Presidential Unit Citation bar over the left pocket. There is a US Strategic Air Force patch on the left shoulder. The shirt has sergeant stripes & an Air Corps patch on the left shoulder. / An Ike jacket for an Army Air Corps corporal w/ appropriate collar disks. Above the left pocket are 3 ribbon bars including the Army Good Conduct, ETO & Victory medal. The left shoulder has a bullion on felt Air Force patch & the right shoulder has a South Atlantic Forces patch. / A black dbl. breasted uniform for a Navy Chief Engineman. Rating badge is silver & gold bullion. Uniform is complete w/ pants. / A white dbl. breasted uniform for a Navy Chief Engineman. Rating badge is navy blue on white. Uniform is complete w/ pants & has white gloves in the pocket. / An Ike jacket, shirt & pants for an Army Infantry Technical Sergeant. Uniform has appropriate collar disks & enamel unit crests that read, “In Omnia Paratus”. Uniform has 3 aiguillettes, the first one is red w/ green flecks, the second is yellow w/ green flecks & the third is green w/ pink flecks. Above the left pocket is a 5 award ribbon bar. / A Khaki uniform coat for a Navy Senior Chief Engineman. Rating badge is silver bullion & navy on khaki. A single silver star is applied above the rating badge. / A uniform coat & pants for a sergeant in the 7th Air Force. There is a Ruptured Duck above the right pocket. CONDITION: all uniforms show light wear. (02-15726/BF). $600-900.

Lot: 1589 - COMPLETE SET OF 3 COLORS (FLAGS) FOR THE FIRST

PROVISIONAL CAVALRY OF MASSACHUSETTS CIRCA 1917. This fine set includes the National Colors, the Massachusetts state flag w/ the 1st Troop Cavalry banner around the state emblem & the troop guidon. The National Colors pole bears a brass presentation shield that reads, “Presented to, First Troop, Provisional Cavalry, Massachusetts, By, Albert Guy Keith, 1917.” All of the poles are approx. 112". The guidon measures approx. 27" x 42". The pole is complete w/ the leather wrist strap for the rider to use when mounted. The National Colors & the Massachusetts state flag are approx. 36" x 48". The National Colors & the guidon poles are made & marked, “Made by, The Boston Regalia Company, Boston, Mass.” The pole of the state flag is of different manufacture. This particular unit was shorted lived. In 1916, Troop A, the National Lancers was federalized & sent to the Mexican border chasing down the revolutionary Poncho Villa. Shortly after their return to the state, war was declared by President Wilson & the troop was once again federalized, & unfortunately for the Lancers, they were dismounted & ordered to fight as infantry. They were designated as part of the 102nd Machine Gun Battalion of the 26th (Yankee) Division. CONDITION: all of these flags are in need of restoration & show varying degrees of degradation to the silk. The guidon is in the best condition of the 3 flag showing 3 round stains on the white silk & sm. scattered stress tears. The state flag has sm. tears in the silk around the central painted emblem. The gold fringe is solidly intact. The National Colors show sm. stress tears throughout. The pole finial is missing. There are no tassels on the National Colors. (02-15628/BF). $600-1,000.

Lot: 1590 - WWII US PILOT INSTRUCTOR WINGS & VARIOUS INSIGNIA.

This group includes 1 Pilot Instructor wing approx. 3 3/4" in length. Unmarked sterling wing has illegible name scratched on the reverse. / 1 Pilot Instructor wing approx. 3 1/2" in length. Wing is marked on the reverse, “STERLING” 3 times. / 2 Pilot Instructor cap badges marked, “STERLING” on the reverse. / 1 Patch that reads, “HAWTHORNE SCHOOL OF AERO. AIR FORCES PRIMARY”. / 2 CAA War Training Service Pilot wings w/ “Buffalo Nickel” Indian in center. Wings are marked on the reverse, “PAT PEND STERLING”. / 2 CAA War Training Service Pilot cap insignia w/ “Buffalo Nickel” Indian in center. Border reads, “CAA WAR TRAINING SERVICE”. Reverse is marked, “STERLING PAT PEND.”. / 4 CAA War Training Service Pilot collar or overseas cap insignia w/ “Buffalo Nickel” Indian in center. Reverse is marked, “PAT. PEND. STERLING”. CONDITION: all insignia show light wear. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15448-6/BF). $800-1,200.

Lot: 1591 - CASED MILITARY MEDALS, OVERSEAS CAPS, PATCHES &

VARIOUS MILITARIA. This lg. and varied group includes 14 cased medals including Silver Star, Distinguished Service Cross, Legion of Merit, Distinguished Flying Cross, Air medal, Bronze Star & more. / 11 Army Overseas caps. / 1 Leather knife sheath. / 1 Worn holster. / 1 Compass pouch. / 1 1st TAC RECON SQDN wall plaque. / 1 GAR medal & 1 planchet for a GAR medal. / 3 Restruck Civil War hat insignia. / 4 GAR Reunion souvenir medals. / 1 Cast aluminum 3 1/4” campaign hat that reads “WELCOME HOME 168”. / A sm. book titled “ A Combat Record of the 407th Infantry Regiment”. / 36 Various military patches from different branches. / 3 WWII nose-art photos. / 1 GAR Mourning medal. / 1- 7-Award ribbon bar. / Lincoln Air Force Base booklet. / A First Army Maneuvers license plate tag. / 1 Brass plaque that reads “Protected by Veterans Patrol”. / 1- 15 award ribbon bar for a Marine. / A bag of approx. 25 various military insignia, patches, medals & related items. CONDITION: nearly all items show light wear w/ no damage & appear fully functional. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15439-2/BF). $600-800.

Lot: 1592 - GROUP OF VARIOUS MILITARY INSIGNIA & RELATED

ITEMS. This varied group includes 4 Civil Air Patrol wings. / 2 Civil Air Patrol cap badges. / 2 Civil Air Patrol collar disks. / 1 Civil Air Patrol patch. / A 2012 Infantry Soldier silver dollar. / 1 WWII German dagger knot. / 1 WWI ribbon bar & lapel pin for an Iron Cross. / A 1913 marathon medal. / 6 Various Combat Infantry badges. / 7 Paratrooper wings, most w/ flashes. / 7 Wings including Glider, Technical Observer, Senior Pilot, Liaison, WASP, Navy Air Crew, Navy cap badge. / 21 Other pieces of various military insignia & related items. / 1 Tank Destroyer patch. / 1 Pair reproduction Civil War shoulder straps. CONDITION: all items show light wear, are complete & functional. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15439-3/BF). $600-900.

Lot: 1593 - LARGE LOT OF WWII & LATER AIR CORPS WINGS, MEDALS

DI'S & MORE. This lg. and varied lot includes 10 Air Gunner wings, 3 Observer wings, 3 Navigator wings, 3 Bombardier wings, 6 Pilot wings, 1 Senior Command Pilot wings, 6 Air Crew wings, 2 Enlisted Reserve Wings & 17 other wings of several sizes & types. / 15 Medals including Antarctic Service, WWI Victory, Air medal, Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry & more. / Approx. 30 DI’s of various types, periods & units. There are 5 enamel pins for an instructor for the AC TS along w/ a similar patch. / Finally, there is a bag of over 65 various military pins, insignia, miniature wings & related items. CONDITION: generally items show very light wear, are complete & undamaged. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15439-1/BF). $600-800.

Lot: 1594 - 2 EARLY 20TH CENTURY ARMY OFFICER / GENERAL

GRADE HATS. 1) GENERAL. A WWI period, full dress General’s visor cap reportedly belonging to Major General Campbell King who served during WWI as Chief of Staff of the 3rd Army Corps American Expeditionary Forces. He was awarded the Army Distinguished Service medal for service as Chief of Staff of the 1st Division in operations near Montdidier, the advance south of Soissons & in the attack on St. Mihiel & later as Chief of Staff of the 3rd Army Corps during the Meuse-Argonne operation. Hat has a black crown w/ black velvet band. There is a beautifully embroidered gold bullion eagle gracing the front of the hat along w/ gold bullion oak leaves & acorns completely surrounding the band & covering the visor. Gold chinstrap. Brown sweatband. Sweatshield reads, “ARMY NAVY EQUIPMENTS MEYER NEW YORK N.S. MEYER, INC. NEW YORK”. CONDITION: hat shows light wear overall & displays beautifully. There is minor wear to the top of the sweatband & scattered sweat stains on the liner. 2) OFFICER. An M1902 Army officer’s undress service cap. Crown is faded black w/ a black velvet band. Directly embroidered gold bullion eagle. Gold chinstrap. Bound, downturned visor & brown sweatband. Black polished cotton lining marked in the crown w/ an illegible maker’s mark that ends w/ “PHILADELPHIA”. CONDITION: crown is a bit faded & has a few minor moth nips. Sweatband shows expected wear. The remainder of the hat is quite solid & attractive. (02-15772/BF). $800-1,200.

Lot: 1595 - 2 EARLY 20TH CENTURY MARYLAND MILITIA GENERALS

HATS. 1) M1902. A very fine example of an M1902 undress general officer’s hat from Maryland. Hat features a black crown & a black velvet band w/ gold & silver bullion embroidery, highlighted in red, expertly added to the front of the hat. Gold chinstrap w/ Maryland buttons. Full sweatband. Crown is marked, “NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE BALTIMORE, MD. J.C. LINTHICUM”. CONDITION: hat shows very light wear w/ minor crazing to visor. 2) 1920’s. A beautiful example of a 1920’s or 1930’s full dress state of Maryland general officer’s hat. Hat features a black crown & black velvet band. There is a lg. silver & gold bullion eagle embroidered to the front of the hat w/ a black & red highlighted Maryland shield on its chest. There are bullion oak leaves & acorns embroidered around the entire band & on the visor of the hat. Gold chinstrap w/ Maryland side buttons. Full sweatband. Interior is marked, “NEW YORK CLOTHING HOUSE BALTIMORE, MD.”. There is a silk tape on the interior bearing the gold letters, “Genl. Harvey L. Cooper”. CONDITION: hat is quite striking in appearance showing only a few minor moth nips near the edge of the crown. (02-15774/BF). $800-1,200.

Lot: 1596 - 2 EARLY 20TH CENTURY SERVICE CAPS BELONGING TO

BRIGADIER GENERAL GEORGE M. KIMBALL, SURGEON GENERAL OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE NATIONAL GUARD 1907-1911. 1) M1902. Hat features a black crown w/ a midnight blue velvet band. There is an exceptionally beautiful & incredibly well done silver & gold bullion eagle embroidered directly to the front of the cap. Gold chinstrap terminated by state of New Hampshire staff buttons. Bound visor w/ a brown sweatband. Interior of hat is marked, “SUPERIOR QUALITY The HENDERSON-AMES CO. KALAMAZOO, MICH.” & “G. M. Kimball”. CONDITION: hat body, band & eagle show very light wear. Visor has some heat crazing. Interior shows light wear w/ sweat stains on the front of the sweatband. 2) M1902. Hat features a black crown w/ a black velvet band. There is an attractive silver & gold bullion eagle embroidered directly to the front of the cap. Gold chinstrap terminated by state of New Hampshire staff buttons. Bound visor w/ a brown sweatband. Interior of hat has a partially legible label w/ the company name & “BOSTON” beneath. CONDITION: hat body, band & eagle show very light wear. There appears to be scattered insect damage concentrated at the bottom seam of the hat. The remainder of the hat is quite solid. (02-15773/BF). $800-1,200.

Lot: 1597 - 3 FINE 1930’S TO WWII HIGH GRADE OFFICER’S HATS.

1) WWII GENERAL. A khaki general officer’s hat dating from the late 1930’s to WWII. The hat is khaki all over w/ a lg. gold American eagle on the front. Brown chinstrap & visor. Full sweatband marked on the side, “Gen. Dager 5013”. General Dager was a Major General from New Jersey & had many assignments prior to WWII. During WWII, he was in charge of the 41st Armored Infantry then commanded the 8th Armored Division. Subsequently he joined the 4th Armored Division & participated in the March to the Rhine. Upon approaching the Rhine, he & General Patton approached the water & Patton spit into the Rhine. He turned & remarked, “Dager, I’ve been waiting 3 long years to spit in this creek.”. In March of ’45 he was promoted to Major General. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross & Distinguished Service medal along w/ numerous other decorations. CONDITION: hat shows very light wear overall. 2) WWII GENERAL. A full dress engineer officer’s cap belonging to Brigadier F. B. Butler & dating from the late 1930’s to WWII. Hat has a black crown w/ a gold bordered, red & white grosgrain band. Embroidered gold bullion eagle adorns the front of the hat. Gold chinstrap w/ black visor. Full sweatband. Interior sweatshield reads, “TRADEMARK A.H. DONDERO, INC. 730 – 17TH ST. N.W. WASHINGTON, D.C.”. A red & white paper tag on the inside reads, “BUTLER”. CONDITION: hat shows very light wear overall. 3) 1930’S OFFICER. A full dress field grade artillery officer’s hat dating to the 1930’s. Hat has a black crown w/ a gold bordered, red grosgrain band. Gold chinstrap w/ black visor embroidered w/ gold bullion oak leaves & acorns. Full sweatband. Hat is marked in the crown, “LILLEY CO”. CONDITION: exterior of hat shows light wear. Sweatband is a bit detached in spots. Interior crown has a bubbled surface likely due to excessive hair dressing products. (02-15775/BF). $500-800.

Lot: 1598 - 4 UNITED STATES MILITARY VISOR CAPS.

1) MARINE CORPS. A field grade officer’s dress visor cap dating from the 1950s to early in the Vietnam War. Cap is white w/ white quatrefoil on the crown. Front features a gold & silver EGA. Gold bullion & red chinstrap w/ Marine Corps side buttons. Visor has gold embroidered oak leaves & acorns. Interior sweatshield reads, “Lancaster Brand ASK THE MAN WHO WEARS ONE LOS ANGELES, CALIF.”. CONDITION: very lightly worn. 2) MARINE CORPS. A field grade officer’s dress visor cap dating from the 1950s to early in the Vietnam War. Cap is white w/ white quatrefoil on the crown. Front features a gold & silver EGA. Gold bullion & red chinstrap w/ Marine Corps side buttons. Visor has gold embroidered oak leaves & acorns. Interior sweatshield reads, “Art Caps New York”. An interior card reads, “JOSEPH HENRY MADEY MAJOR UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS”. CONDITION: cap shows light wear w/ minor staining. 3) NAVY. A WWII naval officer’s visor cap. Crown is khaki & the band is black. Gold & silver bullion naval officer’s insignia on the front along w/ a gold chinstrap & Navy side buttons. Visor features gold bullion oak leaves & acorns. Sweatshield reads, “Art Caps Military Headwear New York”. An interior card reads, “CDR. D.M. LESLIE, USNR” w/ an address. CONDITION: hat shows light wear. Sweatshield is a bit rough. 4) PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE. A scarce WWI to 1920s era Public Health Service visor cap featuring an OD crown w/ khaki band. Front of cap has a subdued Public Health Service insignia. Brown leather chinstrap & visor w/ subdued Public Health Service side buttons. Interior mark is illegible. Sweatshield is missing. CONDITION: hat generally shows light wear. There is minor surface crazing on the visor. Crown shows minor mothing. (02-15771/BF). $600-800.

Lot: 1599 - US MILITARY CAPS & HELMETS.

1) 5 US MILITARY VISOR CAPS. This lot includes 1 WWII era officer’s visor cap w/ dark green crown & green band. Lg. gilded officer’s eagle on the front. Brown visor, chinstrap & rear buckled chinstrap. / 1 WWII era enlisted visor cap w/ OD crown & band. Brown chinstrap & visor. No frontplate. / 1 WWII era Marine Corps officer’s visor cap. Olive green crown w/ quatrefoil on top & an olive green band. Subdued EGA on the front. Black chinstrap & visor. Sweatshield reads, “POST EXCHANGE OFFICER’S UNIFORM SHOP MARINE BARRACKS QUANTICO VIRGINIA”. / 1 WWII era enlisted visor cap w/ OD crown & band. Black chinstrap & visor. Interior card reads in part, “12TH MTR” w/ owner’s name. / 1 Air Force high grade officer’s hat w/ blue crown & band. Silver officer’s eagle on the front. Black chinstrap & silver bullion embroidered visor. Interior card reads, “CLAYTON YEUTTER” w/ address. Clayton Yeutter served as United States Secretary of Agriculture under President George H. W. Bush from 1989 to 1991 before serving as Counselor to the President in 1992. / CONDITION: all hats generally show light wear. (02-15463/BF). 2) GROUP OF 4 WWII & LATER US MILITARY HELMETS. 1) Fixed bail, front seam M1 helmet w/ composite liner & Cold War era headband. Includes brown leather chinstrap. CONDITION: helmet has nice, original painted finish w/ scattered wear, flaking & staining. Liner has been painted white & is not readily removable from helmet. Suspension is intact & appears serviceable. Chinstrap has flexing & light wear. / 2) Front seam, flexible bail helmet w/ composite liner, web suspension & period headband. Brown leather chinstrap. Green web helmet straps w/ metal hook. CONDITION: helmet retains 50% original green paint w/ wear, oxidation & scattered fine pitting as well as notable sm. cracks at bottom rear. Liner has Captains bars & pentagon shaped glued area due to removal of unit insignia. / 3) Front seam, swivel bail helmet w/ green web straps. Composite liner, headband is not present. CONDITION: helmet has lg. degree of original paint w/ light wear, sm. spots of added paint. Composite liner has been camouflage painted on outside. Paint is faded & worn. / 4) Early “PASGT” helmet, extra sm, marked “DEVIL’S LAKE SIOUX MFG.” Helmet has olive green coloration. Nylon straps w/ web suspension. Headband is not present. MISC: lot also includes cloth brown & green camouflage cover for M1 helmet. Also included is one spare M1 helmet brown leather chinstrap. CONDITION: helmet has generally good appearance w/ light wear & scuffing. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15464/RW). $400-800.

Lot: 1600 - 5 PRE WWII US OFFICERS FULL DRESS VISOR CAPS.

1) ARTILLERY. A 1920s-30s full dress hat for a company grade artillery officer. Black crown w/ gold bullion bordered red band. It features a lg. embroidered gold bullion, officer’s eagle on the front w/ a gold bullion chinstrap & Army side buttons. Sweatshield reads in part, “Basch Cap Company Boston, Mass.”. CONDITION: hat generally shows very light wear. 2) INFANTRY. A 1930s full dress hat for a field grade infantry officer. Black crown w/ gold bullion bordered light blue band. It features a lg. embroidered gold bullion, officer’s eagle on the front w/ a gold bullion chinstrap & Army side buttons. Visor has gold bullion embroidered oak leaves & acorns. Interior reads, “JACOBS REEDS SONS FOUNDED 1824 PHILADELPHIA”. This hat is identified to John Abram Cutchins who was a member of the Richmond Light Infantry Blues of Richmond, Virginia. He became a captain upon deployment to the Mexican border in 1916. He was part of the 29th Division of the American Expeditionary Force in WWI. He later served on the staff of General Blackjack Pershing. During subsequent service in the National Guard he rose to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. CONDITION: hat generally shows very light wear. 3) MEDICAL. A 1930s full dress hat for a field grade medical officer. Black crown w/ gold bullion bordered maroon & white band. It features a lg. gold gilded officer’s eagle on the front w/ a gold bullion chinstrap & Army side buttons. Visor has gold bullion embroidered oak leaves & acorns. Sweatshield reads in part, “N.S. MEYER, INC. NEW YORK”. CONDITION: hat generally shows very light wear. 4) ARTILLERY. A WWI to 1920s full dress hat for a company grade artillery officer. Black crown w/ gold bullion bordered red band. It features a lg. embroidered gold bullion, officer’s eagle on the front w/ a gold bullion chinstrap & Army side buttons. Interior markings read, “H.V. ALLIEN & CO. 734 BROADWAY NEW YORK.”. CONDITION: hat shows light wear w/ some crazing to the visor. 5) ARMY. A 1930s dress hat for a field grade Army officer. White crown w/ a white band. It features a gold gilded American officer’s eagle insignia on the front w/ a gold bullion chinstrap & Army side buttons. Visor has gold bullion embroidered oak leaves & acorns. No interior markings. CONDITION: hat shows light wear w/ a few very minor rubs on the band. (02-15769/BF). $800-1,000.

Lot: 1601 - 7 WWII ERA NAVAL OFFICER, PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICER,

ARMY TRANSPORTATION SERVICE VISOR CAPS & MORE. This group of caps includes a dark green, Navy visor cap w/ officer’s insignia on the front. Black chinstrap w/ black side buttons & black visor. Inside sweatshield reads in part, “REGULATION US NAVY CAP”. The name, “William T Lightner, ENS. USNR” is mounted in the sweatshield. / A khaki naval officer’s cap w/ bullion insignia on the front. Visor has bullion oak leaves & acorns. Gold chinstrap. Interior sweatshield has a card that reads in part, “NATIONAL PRESS CLUB WASHINGTON DC C.E. ROGERS JR.”. / A white cap of Navy design w/ a bullion silver wreath on the front encompassing the letters, “A.T.S.” for the Army Transportation Service. Interior is marked, “THE BARANOF 67 YESLER SEATTLE”. / A Public Health officer’s visor cap w/ a black crown. Gold Public Health officer’s insignia on the front. Gold bullion & red chinstrap w/ Public Health officer’s side buttons. Interior is marked, “S.W. RICE”. / A Public Health officer’s visor cap w/ a khaki crown. Gold Public Health officer’s insignia on the front. Gold bullion & red chinstrap w/ Public Health officer’s side buttons. Gold bullion oak leaves & acorns on the visor. Interior is marked, “BANCROFT MILITARY CAPS”. / A Public Health officer’s visor cap w/ a black crown & spare white crown. Gold bullion Public Health officer’s insignia on the front. Gold bullion & red chinstrap w/ 1 Public Health officer’s side button. Gold bullion oak leaves & acorns on the visor. Interior is marked, “Art Caps New York”. / A blue Coast Guard Auxiliary ball cap w/ bullion & enamel insignia on the front. CONDITION: naval caps show light to moderate wear. Army Transport cap shows moderate wear w/ some rodent damage to the sweatshield. Public Health officer caps show very little wear. (02-15770/BF). $800-1,000.

Lot: 1602 - 8 WWII OFFICER’S VISOR HATS & 3 WWII ENLISTED

HATS. An excellent group of WWII Army visor caps consisting of a khaki hat of a crush pattern w/ gilded officer’s eagle on the front w/ brown chin strap & visor & an additional buckled chin strap around the back of the hat by Luxenberg. / A green hat w/ officer’s gilded eagle on the front, dark brown visor & chinstrap by Heiberger. / A green hat w/ officer’s gilded eagle on the front, dark brown visor & chinstrap & engineer side buttons. / A green hat w/ officer’s gilded eagle on the front, dark brown visor & chinstrap by Sanderman. / A green hat w/ officer’s gilded eagle on the front, dark brown visor & chinstrap. / A green hat w/ officer’s gilded eagle on the front, dark brown visor & chinstrap w/ a card on the inside that reads, “DAVID M ROSS LIEUTENANT, CAVALRY”. / A khaki hat w/ officer’s gilded eagle on the front, dark brown visor & chinstrap by Morans. / A green hat w/ officer’s gilded eagle on the front that has a ribbon above that reads, “PEEKSKILL”. Hat has a dark brown visor & chinstrap & is made by Jacob Reed’s Sons. / A green hat w/ enlisted gilded round eagle insignia on the front. Hat has a dark brown visor & chinstrap. / A green hat w/ enlisted gilded round eagle insignia on the front. Hat has a dark brown visor & chinstrap. / A green hat w/ enlisted gilded round eagle insignia on the front backed by a red disk. Hat has a dark brown visor & chinstrap & an additional buckled chinstrap around the back. CONDITION: all hats show light wear & are generally in fine condition. (02-15768/BF). $800-1,100.

Lot: 1603 - 12 EARLY 20TH CENTURY US MILITARY HATS.

1) CAVALRY. A 1930s period Cavalry enlisted dress visor cap w/ dark blue crown & dark blue band bordered in yellow. Black chinstrap & visor. Interior sweatshield reads in part, “HIRSCH TYLER COMPANY UNIFORMS”. 2) ARMY. A WWII era officer’s visor cap w/ a gray brown crown & green band. Front features a gilded officer’s eagle. Brown chinstrap & visor. 3) ARMY. A 1930s to WWII era enlisted visor cap w/ a khaki crown & band. Front features an enlisted eagle on circular backing. Brown chinstrap & visor. 4) ARTILLERY. A 1920s to 30s era enlisted visor cap w/ green crown & band. Front features an enlisted eagle on circular backing w/ red disk behind. Brown chinstrap & visor w/ secondary rear buckled chinstrap. Sweatshield marked, “MAX WAX UNIFORMS FOR ETHAN ALLEN, VT.”. 5) ARMY. A WWII era officer’s visor cap w/ green crown & dark green band. Front features a gilded officer’s eagle insignia. Gold chinstrap w/ gold bullion oak leaf & acorn embroidered visor. Interior label reads in part, “FLIGHT ACE ACE MANUFACTURING COMPANY SAN ANTONIO TEXAS”. 6) ARMY. A 1912 officer’s summer dress visor cap w/ white crown & band. Front features a gilded officer’s eagle insignia. Gold chinstrap w/ black visor. Inked name on inside reads, “J. BURD.”. 7) ARMY. A WWII era enlisted visor cap w/ field green crown & band. Front features an enlisted eagle on circular backing. Brown chinstrap & visor w/ buckled chinstrap around the back. Interior card reads, “FRED J VOORHEES LEBANON NEW JERSEY”. Voorhees received the Silver Star for action at Margaret, Belgium. 8) ARMY. A WWII era officer’s visor cap w/ khaki crown & green mohair band. Front features a gilded officer’s eagle insignia. Brown chinstrap w/ brown visor. 9) CIVIL AIR PATROL. A WWII era visor cap w/ green crown & green mohair band. Front features a winged blue & red enamel Civil Air Patrol disk. Brown chinstrap w/ brown visor & buckled brown visor to the rear. 10) MARINE. A Marine Corps WWII style pith helmet. Helmet is khaki w/ a sm. EGA on the front. Interior is green w/ brown leather sweatband. Hat has a partial mark that appears to read, “INTERNATIONAL HAT CO W30-280-QM-11356 31 DECEMBER”. 11) MEDICAL. A WWI era campaign hat in drab green w/ a field green hat band. Hat features a maroon & white medical hat cord. Full leather sweatband. No chinstrap. 12) INFANTRY. A WWI era campaign hat that is tan/green in color w/ a green hat band. Hat features a white hat cord. Leather sweatband & chinstrap. CONDITION: most hats show light wear & are in fine condition for their age. (02-15767/BF). $800-1,100.

Lot: 1604 - LARGE US MILITARY HAT & HELMET GROUP.

This lg. & varied group of hats includes 1 WWII era Navy officer’s hat w/ black crown. Visor is split. / 1 WWII era field grade Army officer’s hat w/ dark blue crown & gold bordered, light blue band. Visor has heavy gold bullion oak leaves & acorns. / 1 WWII Navy officer’s hat w/ green crown. Hat is heavily worn. / 4 WWI or WWII era campaign hats. / 1 Khaki crown for a Navy officer’s hat. / 1 GAR type slouch hat w/ crossed sabers on the front. / 1 WWII khaki enlisted man’s visor cap. Visor is partially detached. / 1 WWI era New York enlisted man’s visor cap w/ no insignia, chinstrap or visor. / 1 WWII artillery officer’s visor cap w/ dark blue crown & gold bordered red band. / 1 Reversible khaki ball cap. / 1 WWII era Army officer’s visor cap w/ khaki crown. / 1 OD foul weather hood. / 2 Gray/green insulated hunting caps. / 1 WWII era officer’s khaki visor cap w/ no insignia. Cap shows heavy wear. / 1 WWII officer’s visor cap w/ brown felt crown. Cap is well worn. / 1 Civil Defense armband. / 2 US Navy foul weather hats. / 10 Overseas caps, 1 w/ mouse damage. / 1 Pair of heavy winter mittens w/ matching cap. / 1 Army green ball cap. / 1 Body only for a New York militia M1881 spike helmet w/ notable insect damage. / 1 Body for an M1881 enlisted spike helmet w/ an eagle front plate for the 8th Cavalry partially attached to the front. / 1 WWII era Coast Guard officer’s visor cap w/ no front insignia. / 1 WWI/WWII campaign hat. / 1 M1872 militia helmet body w/ plume. / 1 WWII front seam, fixed bail helmet shell w/ the remains of white paint & a red cross on either side. Helmet has paint loss & dents on the top. / 1 M1895 Army cap w/ no insignia. / 1 Body only for a M1887 sun helmet. / 3 Loose sweatbands. / 1 Khaki visor cap crown. / A partial cavalry hat cord. / 1 Plastic carrying case containing 2 WWII Navy visor caps. / 1 VMI shako w/ black plume. / 2 USMA shakos w/ black plumes. CONDITION: as expected, condition varies greatly in this lot. Most hats show light to moderate wear except as noted. (02-15734/BF). $500-800.

Lot: 1605 - US MILITARY HEADGEAR, CARTRIDGE BOXES & MORE.

This varied lot includes 1 Native American horsehair fly wisk. / 1 Russet leather pistol cartridge box w/ “US” embossed on the front & marked on the reverse, “ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL 1905”. / 1 Russet leather McKeever cartridge box. / 1 Green canvas shelter half. / 1 WWII naval officer’s peaked cap featuring a khaki crown w/ black band. Silver & gilt officer’s eagle & gold sweatband. / 1 WWII Army officer’s cap. Tan crown w/ khaki band. Gilded officer’s eagle on front w/ brown chinstrap, visor & rear buckle chinstrap. / 1 Chinese Army fatigue cap. / A 1930s era Army Infantry officer’s visor cap w/ blue crown & gold bordered white band. Visor has gold embroidered oak leaves & acorns. / 1 Marine Corps officer’s campaign hat w/ dark gold bullion hat cord & subdued EGA. / 1 WWII Army Air Corps officer’s hat. 50 Mission crush style tan crown w/ khaki band. Gilded officer’s eagle hat insignia. Brown leather visor & chinstrap. / 1 Khaki & green Master Sergeant’s chevron. / 1 WWII enlisted visor cap. Brownish green crown & band. Enlisted eagle cap insignia. Brown leather visor, chinstrap & rear buckle chinstrap. / 1 OD visor cap crown. CONDITION: all items show light to moderate wear. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15441/BF). $400-700.

Lot: 1606 - GROUP OF 5 FLAGS.

1) WWI PERIOD NAVY 4 STAR ADMIRALS FLAG. This rare flag measures approx. 83" x 59" & has four 14" white stars on a blue field. The heavy cotton hoist is stenciled, “ADML NO 4 MARE ISLAND OCT 1915 NO 901”. There is a piece of matching blue cloth included w/ the flag to use for repairs if desired. CONDITION: flag is a bit dirty & has several sm. tears & holes. (02-15630/BF). 2) US MAJOR GENERALS 2 STAR FLAG. Flag measures 36" X 48". 2 white stars stitched on red field w/ gold colored fringe. The rank of Major General usually means a divisional command. CONDITION: flag has very nice appearance w/ tight stitching & stars have a very slightly darkened appearance. (02-15631/RW). 3) SCARCE WWI MAJOR GENERALS FLAG. Flag measures 36" X 54" & has the 2 stars of a Major General. Major Generals predominantly command divisions which may number between 15,000-20,000 men. The flag has a red field w/ 2 white stars. CONDITION: flag is in generally good condition w/ several sm. scattered holes & scattered spots of staining. Header has notable darkened appearance. (02-15632/RW). 4) WWII ARMY BRIGADIER GENERALS FLAG. This WWII flag measures approx. 34 1/2" x 49 1/2" & denotes the rank of Brigadier General. Flag has a red body w/ a single central 10" white star in the center. Heavy cotton white hoist is stenciled, “BRIGADIER GENERAL 3 FT. X 4 FT. ANNIN & CO.”. CONDITION: flag generally shows light wear w/ slight discoloration to the hoist. (02-15633/BF). 5) VERY INTERESTING GROUPING OF GENERAL LYMAN LEMNITZER ITEMS INCLUDING FLAG, OFFICIAL COLOR PROOF PHOTOGRAPH & BIOGRAPHY BY L. JAMES BINDER. General Lyman Lemnitzer attended West Point Military Academy in 1920 & rose to become Chief of Staff of the United States Army (1959-1960). Group Includes approx. 36" X 48" US 48 star flag w/ gold colored fringe. Flag was apparently part of a collection of General Lemnitzer items & sold at auction in 2008. Proof photo measures approx. 7 5/8" X 9 5/8" mounted on heavy stock which is 11" X 14" & is marked "Government Board" & is additionally marked "COLOR PROOF-8". Photo shows General Lemnitzer after his promotion to 4 star General & wearing his ribbons. Book titled "LEMNITZER, A SOLDIER OF HIS TIME" by L. James Binder is a biography detailing General Lemnitzer's life & service. Group also includes printed information from the Lemnitzer collection auction. CONDITION: flag has very good appearance w/ tight stitching & very slight staining on white portions. Photo is in good condition w/ very light wear of the paper board mounting. Book is in very nice condition w/ slight curling of edges of dust jacket. (02-15634/RW). $1,000-1,500.

Lot: 1607 - EXTRAORDINARY GROUP OF WWII SQUADRON, UNIT & CBI

PATCHES WITH A FEW POST WWII ADDITIONS. A total of 41 US patches, including many painted leather squadron examples, along w/ several other embroidered & felt squadron patches. There is a wide variety, some of obvious artistic merit in the own right. 3 Are on fleece backed leather, 7 additional are on plain leather. Also included in this group are 10 various CBI patches of leather, bullion & cloth. 2 Ledo Road patches, 1 Jingpaw Rangers patch, 2 Merrill’s Marauders patches & a "USA KACHIN RANGERS" patch are included. We highly recommend that interested parties examine this fine group of patches. CONDITION: patches show slight to light wear. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15448-8/BF). $1,500-2,500.

Lot: 1608 - GARGANTUAN LOT OF US NAVY RATING BADGES, SERVICE

STRIPES & MORE. This huge lot consists of 3 lg. tubs full of hundreds & hundreds of US Navy enlisted rating badges as well as striker badges, service stripes & related material. Rating badges date from WWII to present time & represent many rates that no longer exist. Many different backing materials & colors are represented. A lifetime supply of dealer stock w/ tremendous profit potential. CONDITION: nearly all rates & other patches are unissued. (02-15731/BF). $600-900.

Lot: 1609 - LARGE & WONDERFUL ASSORTMENT OF PREDOMINANTLY

WWII BADGES, PATCHES, INSIGNIAS & GARRISON CAPS. This varied lot includes but is not limited to: WWII US West Berlin Occupation patch, 10th Mountain Division patch, US China Burma patch, early Bouillon gold colored Air Corp patch, later Army Air Corp patch, 33rd Infantry patch, Australian made 14th Air Corp patch, 88th Blue Devils patch, triangular 7th Army patch, Soviet Paratrooper badge for 100 jumps, German triangular political banner measuring 10" X 7", 9 US garrison caps: 3 are Marine Corp, 2 has globe & anchor insignia, 2 have US Army glider patches, 1 Air Corp w/ Wright Brother Memorial pin back badge, 2 are unmarked, & 1 is marked inside "Aviation Cadet" dated 1942. CONDITION: items may have wear, staining & may have been removed from uniforms but most are in generally good attractive condition. Caps may have light wear, scattered sm. stains. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15951/RW). $200-500.

Lot: 1610 - LARGE GROUP OF 42 ORIGINAL & REPRODUCTION WWII

GERMAN MEDALS, BADGES & INSIGNIA. Original examples in this group include a Luftwaffe Ground Assault badge. / Luftwaffe Flak badge. / 25 Year Faithful Service medal. / 1st Class Iron Cross. / Russian Front medal. / War Merit Cross w/out swords. / War Merit Cross w/ swords, no ribbon. / War Merit medal. / DRL Sports badge. / Afrika Corps medal. / Party pin. / Reproduction items or items of unknown age include a Luftwaffe Paratroopers badge. / WWI Blue Max. / Order of the German Eagle w/ swords on neck ribbon. / Gold Party badge. / 4 SS Long Service medals. / 4 Navy badges. / 2 Tank Assault badges. / Kuran Shield. / 2nd Class Iron Cross. / 11 Various enamel pins & badges. / Luftwaffe Reserve medal. / 2 Grossdeutchland shoulder board insignia. / Antipartisan badge. CONDITION: all items show light wear. Some badges have a bit of oxidation. (02-15250/BF). $800-1,200.

Lot: 1611 - WWII GERMAN BADGES & OTHER AWARDS.

This lot consists of WWII German style badges & other awards which we feel may be of post WWII production. It is possible some of these awards are authentic but we do not guarantee any item in this lot to be of WWII production. Items include 1 Submarine War badge, unmarked w/ narrow pin. / 1 Minesweeper War badge, slightly vaulted w/ narrow pin & no mark. / 1 Auxiliary Cruiser War badge, unmarked w/ a narrow pin. / 1 E-boat War badge, 2nd Model marked, “R.S.” w/ a narrow pin. / 1 Luftwaffe Observers badge w/ rivet construction marked, “GWL” w/ a narrow pin. / 1 Luftwaffe Paratrooper badge w/ 2 rivet construction marked, “A.G.M.u.K. / GAPLONZ”. / 1 Gold Wound badge. / 1 Silver Wound badge. / 1 Single-handed Tank Destruction badge. / 1 Army Flak badge marked, “W.H. WIEN”. / 1 Army Close Combat clasp in bronze w/ wide pin marked, “F&B. L”. / 1 Coast Artillery War badge in tombak w/ gold plated wreath, unmarked w/ wide pin. / 1 Destroyer War badge. A crude zinc example w/ narrow pin marked, “R.S”. / 1 Submarine Front clasp in silver w/ wide pin. Reverse is marked, “ENTWURF PEEKHAUS AUSF SCHWERIN BERLIN 68”. / 1 Silver plate “SS” collar tab skull. / 1 Squadron clasp for short range night fighter pilots. Rivet construction w/ narrow pin. / 1 Narvik shield w/ green cloth backing. / 1 Demjansk shield w/ green cloth backing. / 1 Stalingrad shield. / 1 Kuban shield w/ blue backing. CONDITION: all items show light to moderate wear except as noted. (02-15611-6/BF). $700-1,100.

Lot: 1612 - 22 ORIGINAL & REPRODUCTION WWII GERMAN MEDALS &

BADGES. 1) 14 ORIGINAL & REPRODUCTION WWII GERMAN MEDALS & BADGES. This group includes original period examples of a 1939 2nd Class Iron Cross w/ ribbon. / Bronze Mother’s Cross w/out ribbon. / Silver Mother’s Cross w/out ribbon. / Gold Mother’s cross w/out ribbon. / Reproductions in this group include a German Cross in gold. / 2 1939 1st Class Iron Crosses. / 1914 Iron Cross w/ 1939 Spange attached. / 1939 Knight’s Cross w/ oak leaves but no ribbon. / German Order of NSDAP 2nd Class w/out ribbon. / German Order of the NSDAP 1st Class, a 5th Don Cossack badge. / Waffen SS Proficiency badge. / Bronze Spanish Cross. CONDITION: all metals & badges show light wear. (02-15246/BF). 2) 8 ORIGINAL & REPRODUCTION WWII GERMAN MEDALS, BADGES & INSIGNIA. This group includes original period examples of a Sudetenland medal w/ ribbon. / Silver Mother’s Cross w/out ribbon. / Reproductions in this group include an Army Flak badge. / Gold Wound badge. / Gold & Silver Pilot’s badge. / Gold & Silver Paratrooper’s badge. / Gold Police lanyard badge. / SS Death’s Head skull & crossbones. CONDITION: all items show light wear & have been glued to an oak board. (02-15249/BF). $500-800.

Lot: 1613 - WWII GERMAN SS SOLDBUCH, STICKPIN & MORE.

1) STICKPIN. A WWII gold or gold plated stickpin featuring a central Party symbol & long 2 3/4" pin. CONDITION: light wear. (02-15659/BF). 2) SS SOLDBUCH. A classic SS Soldbuch that is nearly unissued w/ only a couple of personal description notations & no name filled in. The book contains 2 Rentenbank bank notes & 2 Waffen SS postcards. CONDITION: book shows handling wear only. Notes show moderate wear. Postcard show light wear. (02-15660/BF). $150-300.

Lot: 1614 - WWII GERMAN SA DAGGER.

Overall length: 14 3/4". A post war assembled dagger w/ a blade that has the cast in motto, “Alles fur Deutschland” on 1 side & “C E BRUDER HELLER*SCHMALKALDEN*” on the other. Plated crossguard & pommel. Wood grip w/ aluminum eagle & brown enamel SA button. Brown painted scabbard w/ plated mounts. Repro hanger attached. CONDITION: blade shows overall wear. Hilt shows light overall wear w/ a gouge near the eagle. Scabbard shows light wear. (02-15232/BF). $200-300.

Lot: 1615 - WWII STYLE GERMAN LUFTWAFFE FIRST

MODEL DAGGER. Overall length: 19 1/2". This repro or post war assembled dagger has a blade that is marked, “ROBT KLASS SOLINGEN”. Metal crossguard & pommel w/ copper colored mobile Party symbol in center. Wire wrapped blue leather grip. Plated mounts on blue leather scabbard. Hanger attached. CONDITION: dagger shows light wear overall w/ scuffs & scrapes to the scabbard. (02-15255/BF). $150-250.

Lot: 1616 - 2 WWII STYLE GERMAN EDGED WEAPONS, 1 MIDDLE

EASTERN DAGGER & 1 COMMEMORATIVE FAIRBAIRN-SYKES KNIFE. 1) COMMEMORATIVE. Overall length: 12". Blade length: 7". Blade has a bright blued finish & marked, “WILKINSON SWORD CO LTD LONDON” w/ engraved S# “1630”. The opposite side of the blade is engraved w/ gold highlighted foliate decoration & the words, “IN HONOR OF THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE 16 DEC 1944 26 JAN 1945 BELGIUM LUXEMBOURG TO THE GERMAN COMMANDER: NUTS!”. Entire hilt is heavily gold plated. No scabbard. CONDITION: slight storage wear only. (02-15220/BF). 2) MIDDLE EASTERN DAGGER. Overall length: 12 1/2". Blade length: 6 3/4". Curved blade has a damascus finish w/ damascene foliate decoration near the hilt. Hilt is iron w/ silver damascene foliate decoration throughout. Scabbard is iron w/ similar silver damascene decoration. There are 3 suspension loops on either side of the scabbard. CONDITION: light wear overall. (02-15241/BF). 3) HITLER YOUTH KNIFE. Overall length: 10". Blade length: 5 1/4". Unmarked blade w/ plated hilt. 2 Piece black composite grips w/ inset enameled Hitler Youth diamond. Black enameled sheath w/ integral leather thong suspension. CONDITION: blade shows some wear & evidence of repeated sharpening. Grips & scabbard show light to moderate wear. 4) REPRODUCTION WWII GERMAN ARMY DAGGER. Overall length: 15 3/4". Blade length: 10". Blade marked, “(knight’s head) WKC SOLINGEN WINDLASS MADE IN INDIA”. Plated crossguard & pommel. Orange grip. Plated scabbard. CONDITION: dagger shows light to moderate wear overall. (02-15258-2(2)/BF). $500-800.

Lot: 1617 - 5 WWII STYLE GERMAN REPRODUCTION DAGGERS.

1) CIVILIAN. Overall length: 17 1/2". A nonmilitary or organizational German style dagger of unknown age w/ a hilt similar to an SA dagger & a long, thin 12 1/4" blade. Blade has a partially legible mark. (02-15240/BF). 2) SS HONOR. Overall length: 13 1/4". Simulated Damascus blade reads on both sides, “Meine Ehre Heist Treue”. Oak leaf decorated crossguards w/ gold wash applied. Black wooden grip w/ inset eagle & SS button. No scabbard. A reproduction dagger. 3) NPEA. Overall length: 13 3/4". A reproduction dagger w/ the blade marked, “KARL BURGSMULLER BERLIN CHARLOTTENBURG 5.”. Blade engraved, “Mehr sein als scheinen.”. Unmarked crossguards. Brown wooden grip w/ inset eagle. No scabbard. 4) HONOR. Overall length: 13 7/8". A reproduction dagger w/ simulated Damascus blade void of markings or engravings. Oak leaf decorated crossguards w/ gold wash. Light wooden grip. (02-15244(3)/BF). 5) SS. Overall length: 15 1/8". A reproduction dagger w/ blade marked, “(tree) BOKER SOLINGEN”. Blade etched w/ the motto, “Meine Ehre Heist Treue”. Plain crossguards. Black wooden grip w/ inset eagle & SS button. Black scabbard w/ plated mnts. Hanger attached. CONDITION: daggers generally show light wear overall. (02-15266/BF). $500-800.

Lot: 1618 - 7 REPRODUCTION WWII GERMAN DAGGERS & 1 COPY OF AN

ANCIENT EGYPTIAN DAGGER. 1) EGYPTIAN. Overall length: 15". Dagger is a modern copy of an ancient Egyptian form. (02-15206/BF). 2) HUNTING ASSOCIATION. Overall length: 18 1/2". A reproduction of a WWII German Hunting Association dagger w/ scabbard & frog. (02-15216/BF). 3) LUFTWAFFE. Overall length: 19 1/2". A reproduction of a WWII German 1st Model Luftwaffe dagger. (02-15224/BF). 4) HITLER YOUTH. Overall length: 11". A reproduction of a WWII Hitler Youth side knife. 5) DIPLOMATIC CORPS. Overall length: 15 1/4". A reproduction of a WWII German Diplomatic Corps dagger. 6) LUFTWAFFE. Overall length: 16 1/2". A reproduction of a WWII German 2nd Model Luftwaffe dagger. 7) KRIEGSMARINE. Overall length: 16 1/2". A reproduction of a WWII German Navy dagger. 8) RED CROSS LEADER. Overall length: 15 1/8". A reproduction of a WWII German Red Cross Leader’s dagger w/ attached red & silver bullion knot. CONDITION: daggers generally show very light wear however the 1st Model Luftwaffe dagger shows some abuse. (02-15258-1(5)/BF). $700-1,000.

Lot: 1619 - 3 M1917 HELMETS, 2 M1 HELMETS, 1 PITH HELMET, 5

JADE SAKE CUPS, & 1 WWII ERA FLARE GUN. 1) WWII ERA INTERNATIONAL SIGNAL FLARE CO. 37MM SINGLE SHOT FLARE GUN. Cal. 37mm. S# 33323. Bbl. 8 1/8" smooth bore. WWII era flare gun sometimes referred to as model 52 due to being part of the international signal flare company's model 52 survival kit. single action break open design. Grips are marked on both sides "INTERNATIONAL FLARE SIGNAL CO TIPPECANOE CITY OHIO". Right side of bbl. marked w/ separate "PT" "9-26" date. Brass frame & grip. Bbl. has brass & steel construction. CONDITION: appears to function correctly. Brass parts turning patina w/ light wear & scattered dents & handling marks. Steel bbl. has 50% black finish w/ light oxidation & scattered very fine pitting. Bore shows machine marks, light pitting & lightly oxidized appearance. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15450/RW). NON-GUN. 2) 3 M1917 HELMETS, 2 M1 HELMETS, 1 PITH HELMET & 5 JADE SAKE CUPS. This lot consists of 3 US M1917 Brodie style helmets w/ field green surfaces, black leather liners & brown chinstraps. / 1 US M1 WWII fixed bail front seam helmet w/ dark green surface. Liner is original & chinstrap is complete. / 1 US M1 post WWII swivel bail rear seam helmet w/ green surface. Liner is original. Canvas chinstrap is complete. / 1 Marine Corps pith helmet w/ globe & anchor device on the front. Interior is stamped in part, “HELMET, SUN RIGID, FIBRE”. / This lot further includes a wooden slide top box that houses 5 carved jade sake cups likely from the early 20th century. CONDITION: helmets generally show light wear. Pith helmet shows no wear. Sake cups are undamaged w/ only minor scuffing to the wooden box. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15456/BF). $500-850.

Lot: 1620 - 4 IMPERIAL GERMAN SWORDS.

1) Overall length: 38 1/2". Blade length: 25". Single fullered blade is etched over half its length w/ various foliate & patriotic motifs. Blade does not appear to be maker marked. German silver hilt w/ lion’s head pommel. Embellished backstrap w/ plain knuckle bow & guard. Wire wrapped sharkskin grip. Black painted iron scabbard. CONDITION: blade has a mottled appearance w/ some pitting & appears to have been shortened. Hilt shows light to moderate wear. Scabbard appears to be repainted & shows evidence of being bent. (02-15214/BF). 2) Overall length: 38". Blade length: 33 1/8". Plain single fullered blade is etched on the spine, “PAUL WEYERSBERG & CO SOLINGEN”. Nickeled bird’s head pommel hilt w/ plain backstrap, knuckle bow & guard. Wire wrapped sharkskin grip. No scabbard. CONDITION: blade shows some original factory polish. Hilt shows light overall wear. (02-15217/BF). 3) Overall length: 39". Blade length: 33 1/4". Single fullered blade marked at the ricasso w/ back to back squirrels & “C.E.”. Blade is etched on a 6 3/4" panel w/ foliate motifs w/ Bavarian crests & the words, “IN TREUE FEST.” Brass hilt w/ folding guard featuring a Germanic eagle w/ royal cipher on the chest. Wire wrapped sharkskin grip w/ the same royal cipher attached. No scabbard. CONDITION: blade shows some original factory polish. Hilt shows light overall wear. (02-15226/BF). 4) Overall length: 38 1/2". Blade length: 32". Plain single fullered blade marked at the ricasso, “A C (scale) S”. Brass bird’s head pommel hilt w/ plain backstrap, knuckle bow & guard. Wire wrapped composite grip. A reproduction green & silver bullion sword knot is attached. Anodized iron scabbard. CONDITION: blade shows substantial original factory polish. Hilt shows light wear. Scabbard has a few minor shallow dents & original finish. (02-15269/BF). $700-1,000.

Lot: 1621 - 1 SWORD, 2 BAYONETS & 1 HELMET.

1) WWI ERA GERMAN OFFICERS SWORD. Overall length: 37". Blade length: 31". Plain, single fullered, unmarked blade. Brass hilt w/ bird’s head pommel. Plain backstrap, knuckle bow & crossguard w/ languets. Wire wrapped composite grip. Black enameled scabbard. CONDITION: blade shows areas of original factory polish. Hilt shows light overall wear w/ tarnish to the brass. Finish on scabbard is approx. 85%. (02-15377/BF). 2) ENGLISH MODEL L1A3 BAYONET. Overall length: 12". Long fullered blade w/ a clipped point. All metal hilt stamped on each grip w/ a broad arrow & “L.1.A.396000257”. Pommel is stamped, “32”. Bayonet is paired w/ an unrelated Middle Eastern scabbard. CONDITION: bayonet shows light wear overall & has a pleasing gray patina. (02-15380/BF). 3) RUSSIAN M1968 SVD BAYONET. Overall length: 13". Wire cutter blade w/ composite hilt. These bayonets were original designed for the Dragunov rifle. Metal scabbard w/ leather lanyard. CONDITION: bayonet shows light wear overall w/ heavier wear to the grips. (02-15381/BF). 4) WWII GERMAN LUFTSCHUTZ HELMET. A classic gladiator style Luftschutz helmet in deep blue w/ Luftschutz winged decal on the front. Inside rear is maker marked but illegible due to wear. Partial liner. No chinstrap. CONDITION: helmet shows moderate wear w/ 15% loss of finish. Decal is approx. 70% intact. Liner is dry, flaking & split. (02-15382/BF). $450-750.

Lot: 1622 - NO LOT.

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Lot: 1623 - VARIED GROUPING OF SHOOTING & RELOADING & GUN

CLEANING ACCESSORIES. Lot includes: Outers Varminter rifle rest. / Unmarked 12 Ga. bench mounted shot shell loading press. Does not appear complete. / 12 Ga. 200+ empty new plastic shot shells marked "Alcan". / 15 Plus gun cleaning kits predominantly by Outers. Kits may not contain all items. Large quantity of loose rods, patches & brushes. / Wooden shooter's box measures 8 X 16", 6" deep. / 3 Nylon military style rifle cleaning kits w/ partial contents. / Hand loading die sets include Lee 270 Win. / RCBS 222 REM. / Pacific 222 REM. / CH 30 M1 Carbine. / Lyman 30-06. / Lyman 38-55. / Lyman 7X57. / Lee Loader 45 ACP. / Lee Loader 45? / Lee Loader 444 Marlin. / Large quantity of loose rifle, pistol & shotgun ammunition, rimfire & centerfire. / Large quantity of assorted empty fired brass. / Inert sm. artillery brass & projectiles range from .50 MG-30mm. / 1 Pound sealed can IMR-4198. / Sm. quantity of assorted rimfire & pistol ammunition including 40 rds. 9X18 MAK 7 assorted plastic ammunition boxes. CONDITION: ranges from fair to good w/ wear, staining, loose packaging & torn boxes. (02-15355/RW). $200-400.

Lot: 1624 - SHOTSHELL RELOADING PRESS WITH BOOKS, COMPONENTS &

ACCESSORIES. Group includes MEC 600 Jr. Mark V press w/ 302 / 100 charge bar, 302/118 charge bar & Universal charge bar. / Powder & shot bushings & containers. / MEC easy pack. / Printed materials include MEC 600 manual, Handbook of shot shell reloading, reloading brass shot shells & Powder load for 16 Gauge. / 50+ fired plastic shot shells & several partial bags of assorted wads. (02-15626/RW). $150-250.

Lot: 1625 - VERY LARGE GROUPING OF RELOADING COMPONENTS FOR

RIFLE, PISTOL & SHOTSHELLS. Lot consists of cast & jacketed hand loaders bullets, fired brass, new brass, primers & shot shell components & a sm. amount of vintage ammo. Lot contains hollow points. JACKETED HAND LOADERS BULLET LOT: has both full & partial boxes & are bullets only, not loaded ammunition. 45 CAL.: Hornady: 500 gr. Full Metal Jacket. / 350 Gr. rd. nose. / Sierra 300 gr. FN. 375 CAL.: 2 boxes of 50 Hornady F.M.J. / 1 Box Hornady 220 gr. flat point. / 1 Box Speer 235 gr. Semi-Spitzer. 338 CAL.: 2 boxes Hornady 200 gr. spire point. 33 WIN.: Hornady 200 gr. flat point. 32 WIN. SPL: 1 box Hornady 321 Flat point. 303 CAL.: 1 box Hornady 150 gr. spire point. 30 CAL.: 1 box Rem. 180 SPCL. / 1 Box Hornady 180 gr. RN. / 1 Box Speer 165 gr. RN. / 1 Box Hornady 170 gr. flat point. / 2 Boxes Hornady 165 gr. spire point. / Speer 150 gr. flat nose. / Hornady 110 gr. rd. nose. / 3 Boxes of Speer 100 gr. plinker. 7MM CAL.: 2 boxes Hornady 175 gr. rd. nose. / 1 Box of Win. 175 gr. power point. / 4 Boxes Hornady 154 gr. rd. nose. 280 CAL.: box of Rem. 150 gr. pointed SPCL. 6.5MM: 2 boxes Hornady 129 gr. rd. nose. / 1 Box Hornady 140 gr. rd. nose. / 1 Box of Hornady 140 gr. spire point. / 1 Box of Sierra 140 gr. Spitzer B.T. 6MM: 1 box of Hornady 100 gr. rd. nose. Large quantity of assorted cast bullets including rnd. balls. Large assortment of fired brass both rifle & pistol in numerous calibers some in well worn original boxes, some packed loose. NEW UNFIRED BRASS: not loaded ammo; includes lg. quantity of 7.62 x 39. WIN. 300 H&H: 3-20 rd. boxes of Norma. 444 MARLIN: 2 boxes of 20 Rem. 25-06: 3 boxes of 20 Win. 38-55 WIN.: 9 boxes of 20. WIN. 30 CARBINE: 1 box of 50. WIN. 7 x 65R: box of 20 DWM. SHOTSHELL COMPONENTS: shot shells include lg. quantity of plastic wads. Brands are Rem., Federal & Winchester. Partial box of Rem. 12 Ga. 200 cardboard. / 2 Boxes of Alcan .200 Nitro card. / 1 Box of Alcan 135 Nitrocard. / 3 Boxes of Feltan-Bluestreak. / 1 Box of Rem. .135 cardboard. / 28 Ga. box of 100 Rem. empty primed plastic shotshells. ASSORTED PRIMERS MOSTLY VINTAGE: box of 1000 Federal # 100. / Box of 1000 CCI # 500. / Box of 1000 Rem. #9 1/2. / Box of 1000 CCI No. 300. / Approx. 30 boxes of 100 assorted primers in 100 rd. boxes. Shot shell primers in 100 rd. boxes include 6 boxes of CCI No. 109. / 9 Boxes of CCI No. 157. / 7 Boxes of Win. No. 209. VINTAGE/COLLECTIBLE AMMO.: 2 piece box of 20 38-56; contains 17 cartridges. 45-70: 2 piece box of 20 REM-UMC shot shell; box contains 18 rds. 38 ACP: box of 50 Rem.; Box contains 42 cartridges. 38 SUPER AUTO: Rem. box of 50 130 gr. MC. / 22 Win. Automatic limited edition 45 gr. bullet. / 22 LR 2 boxes of 50 Rem. clean bore. CONDITION: most components & fired brass have faded shop worn boxes w/ staining & sm. tears. Fired brass has not been cleaned. Jacketed bullets appear in very good condition. (02-14958/RW.) $300-500.

Lot: 1626 - GROUP OF SCARCE SPORTING RIFLE AMMUNITION

INCLUDING 300 SAVAGE & 30-378 WEATHERBY. 243 WIN: box of 20 Federal 80 gr. SP. / Box of 20 Fusion 95 gr. SP coated bullet, partial box of 20 Fusion 95 gr. / Box of 20 Federal 80 gr. SP. / Box of 20, 7 remaining Hornady 100 gr. SP. / Box of 20, 17 remaining Hornady 80 gr. SP. 300 SAVAGE: 4 boxes of 20 Federal 180 gr. SP. / 5 Boxes of 20 Hornady 150 gr. SST. / 4 Boxes of 20 Remington 150 gr. PSP. / Box of 20, 5 remaining 150 gr. SP. / Box of 20 fire brass. 30-378 WBY MAG.: 5 boxes of 20 Weatherby brand 165 gr. Triple-Shock X-bullet. / 4 Boxes of 20 Hornady Precision Hunter 220 gr. ELD-X . / Box of 20 Nosler custom 180 gr. Accubond. / Box of 20 Nosler custom 200 gr. Accubond. / Box of 20 Conley Precision Cartridge Co. 150 gr. Nosler partition. / 5 Rds. Norma unknown loading outside of box is not present. CONDITION: ammunition is in good clean condition. Boxes may have light wear, scuffing & loose end flaps. (02-15333/RW). $500-700.

Lot: 1627 - LARGE GROUPING OF 22 RIMFIRE AMMUNITION.

Contains interesting varied group of quality rimfire ammunition. Lot contains hollow points. 22 CB SHORT: 3 Boxes of 250 rds. plus 1 partial 250 rd. Winchester. 22 SHORT: 1 box of 100 CCI HP. 22 LR AMMO: box of 500 Winchester T-22 40 gr. lead rnd. nose. / 3 Bricks of Winchester T-22. / 4 Boxes of Winchester T-22 target 40 gr. lead rnd. nose. / 500 rd. brick of Winchester Super-X High Velocity. / 2 Boxes 50 rds. each of Federal Premium Hunter Match 40 gr. HP. / Box of 100 Remington Golden Bullet High Velocity. / 7 Boxes 50 rds. each of Viper 22 HV HP. / 7 Boxes 50 rds. each of 22 Subsonic Low Noise HP. CONDITION: ammunition appears mostly bright & clean. Some boxes have wear, scuffing & torn corners. (02-15436-5/RW). $350-500.

Lot: 1628 - VERY LARGE GROUPING OF SPORTING & MILITARY 9MM

LUGER PISTOL AMMUNITION. Lot contains hollow points. 9MM LUGER AMMO: 50 rd. box of Winchester 147 gr. jacketed subsonic. / 8 Boxes 50 rds. each of Winchester 115 gr. silver tip HP. / 2 Boxes 50 rds. each of Federal 115 gr. Hi-Shok JHP. / 50 Rd. box of Federal 124 gr. HST HP. / 2 Boxes 50 rds. each of Federal American Eagle 124 gr. FMJ. / 5 Boxes 50 rds. each of Federal 147 gr. Hydra-Shok JHP. / 193 Boxes 25 rds. each of Industria Argentina FM "San Francisco" FMJ. Box marked "CARTUCHOS CAL. 9mm NATO" non corrosive. Boxes appear to be dated in the late '70's-early '80's. / 2 Sealed plastic battle packs marked "250 CARTUCHOS 9mm PARABELLUM" w/ NATO symbol. Lot also contains 6 steel & plastic military type ammo containers. CONDITION: boxes & battle packs have good appearance. Boxes may have light staining, scuffing & occasional loose labels. (02-15437-4/RW). $1,100-1,500.

Lot: 1629 - GROUPING OF CENTERFIRE RIFLE & PISTOL AMMUNITION.

38 SPECIAL: 1 box of 50 Winchester low recoil training ammunition 130 gr. FMJ. 38/357 SHOT SHELLS: 2 boxes of 10 CCI, each contains approx. 135 pellets. 30/30 WIN: 1 box of 20 Remington box, mixed Remington loadings. / 1 Box of 20 Western Super-X containing 6 mixed loadings. 32 WIN SPCL: 1 box of 20 Remington 170 gr. soft point. / 1 Box of 20, 18 remaining Remington 170 gr. soft point. / 1 Box of 20 Federal mixed loadings. 32-20: 1 Box of 50, 13 remaining Remington 100 gr. lead. 243 WIN: 1 box of 20, 10 remaining Federal Fusion 95 gr. 30-06: 1 Box of 20 Federal Premium 180 gr. Nosler Partition. / 1 Box of 20, 16 remaining Federal Premium 180 gr. Nosler Partition. CONDITION: boxes in fair to good condition. May have wear, scuffing & torn end flaps. Mixed loadings of ammunition appears generally clean. (02-15710-1/RW). $75-125.

Lot: 1630 - 3 SEALED SPAM CANS OF 7.62X39 RIFLE AMMUNITION.

Lot contains hollow points. 1) 1 Can of 660 rds. marked w/ cyrillic markings. Markings include 7.62X39-8. 660 rd. can of 7.62X39. Cyrillic characters indicate hunting ammunition. 2) 2-640 rd. cans of 7.62X39 LCB non-corrosive, made in Russia. Included are 2 steel "can openers". CONDITION: sealed cans are in very good condition w/ legible markings. (02-15705-1/RW). $500-700.

Lot: 1631 - GROUPING OF 10 &12 GAUGE SHOT SHELL AMMUNITION

IN WIDE VARIETY OF BRANDS & LOADINGS. Lot contains hollow points. Lot is predominantly 12 Ga. 10 GAUGE: 4 boxes of 25 Remington Express 3 1/2" 2 oz. BB shot. / 1 Box of 25 Federal 3 1/2" 2 oz. #2 shot. 12 GAUGE: 8 boxes plus 2 partial boxes of 25 Kemp Diamond Shot 2 3/4" 1 oz. #8. / 3 Boxes of 25 Kemp Diamond Shot 2 3/4" 1 oz. #7.5. / 5 Boxes of 25 Remington Express 2 3/4" 1 1/4 oz. #4. / 5 Boxes of 25 Remington Long Range 2 3/4" 1 1/4 oz #6. / 5 Boxes of 25 Remington Premier 2 3/4" 1 1/4 oz. #6. / 5 Boxes of 25 Remington Steel Shot 3" 1 3/8 oz. #4. / 3 Boxes of 25 Remington Steel Shot 3" 1 1/4 oz. #3. / 6 Boxes of 25 Remington Steel Shot 3" 1 1/4 oz. #2. / 5 Boxes of 25 Winchester AA Steel Target Load 2 3/4" 1 oz. #7. / 2 Boxes of 25, 1 partial box Winchester AA 2 3/4" 1 oz. #7 1/2. / 3 Boxes of 25 Winchester AA 2 3/4" 1 1/8 oz. #7 1/2. / 2 Boxes of 25 Winchester 2 3/4" 1 1/8 oz. #8. / 2 Boxes of 25 Winchester Dove & Quail 2 3/4" 1 oz. #8. / 1 Box of 25 Remington Shur Shot 2 3/4" 1 1/8 oz. #6. / 7 Boxes of 25 Gamebore White Gold 2 3/4" 1 1/4 oz. #7. / 8 Boxes of 25 Gamebore White Gold 2 3/4" 1 1/8 oz. #8. / 2 Boxes of 25 Winchester Rabbit & Squirrel 2 3/4" 1 oz. #6. / 6 Boxes of 25 Gamebore Super Game 2 3/4" #9. / 10 Boxes of 25 Federal Paper Gold Medal Int. 2 3/4" 1 1/8 oz. #8 1/2. / 6 Boxes of 25 Nobel Sport LR1 Low Recoil 2 3/4" 1 oz. #7 1/2. / 2 Boxes of 25 Union 2 3/4" 1 1/8 oz. #8. / 1 Box of 25 Mirage 2 3/4" #7 1/2. / 1 Box of 25 Danarms 2 3/4" 1 oz. #8. / 1 Box of 25 Beretta Trap 2 3/4" #8. / 1 Box of 25 B&P F2 2 3/4" 1 oz. #7 1/2. / 1 Box of 20 Eclipse 2 3/4" 1 oz. #6. / 1 Box of 25 Eley Super Skeet 2 1/2" 1 1/8 oz. #6. / 1 Box of 25 partial box Hawk Best Subsonic 2 1/2" 1 oz. #7 1/2. / 1 Box of 25 Kemen 2 3/4" 1 oz. #7 1/2. / 1 Box of 25 Clay 2 3/4" #8. /1 Box of 25 Remington Peters Dove Load Paper 2 3/4" 1 oz. #8. / 1 Box of 25 Remington Gun Club 2 3/4" 1 1/8 oz. #8. / 1 Box of 10 Rottweil Nickel Plated 2 3/4" #7 1/2. / 5 Boxes of 10 Rottweil Skeet 2 1/2" #9. / 2 Boxes of 10 Winchester Long Beard 3" 1 3/4 oz. #5. / 2 Boxes of 10 Federal Copper Plated 3" 2 oz. #6. / 2 Boxes of 10 Federal 3" 2 oz. #5. / 1 Box of 10 Federal 3" 2 oz. #4. / 1 Box of 5 Remington Mag. Buckshot 3" 000. / 4 Boxes of 5 Olin Military Grade 00 Buckshot. / 1 Box of 5 Federal 2 3/4" Rifled Slug. / 1 Box of 5 Federal Sabot Slug 1 oz. HP. / 1 Box of 5 Rottweil 2 3/4" 1 1/8 oz. Brenneke. / 1 Box of 5 Winchester 2 3/4" 1 oz. Hollow Point. / 5 Boxes of 5 BRI Sabot 445 gr. Shok Point 3". CONDITION: ranges from good to very good though a few boxes are only in fair condition. Boxes may have wear, staining & sm. tears. (02-15705-6/RW). $500-700.

Lot: 1632 - GROUPING OF 410, 28 AND 20 GAUGE SHOT SHELLS.

410 GAUGE: 5 boxes of 25 Winchester AA HS 2 1/2" 1/2 oz #8 1/2. / 8 Boxes of 25 Winchester AA 2 1/2" 1/2 oz. #9. / 1 Box of 25 Remington 2 1/2" 1/2 oz. #4. / 4 Boxes of 25 B&P 2 1/2" 1/2 oz. #8. / 2 Boxes of 25 Remington Premier Target 2 1/2" 1/2 oz. #8 1/2. / 1 Box of 25 Winchester HB 2 1/2" 1/2 oz. #6. / 6 Boxes of 25 Remington Express 2 1/2" 1/2 oz. #7 1/2. / 1 Box of 25 Remington Express 3" 3/4" oz. #6. / 2 Boxes of 25 Western Super-X 3" 11/16"oz. #6. / 3 Boxes of 5 Remington 2 1/2" rifle slug. / 1 Box of 5 Winchester 2 1/2 " Triple 000 Buck. 28 GAUGE: 14 boxes of 25 Winchester AA HS 2 3/4" 3/4 oz. #7 1/2. / 2 Boxes of 25 Winchester AA 2 3/4" 3/4 oz. #7 1/2. / 5 Boxes of 25 Remington Express 2 3/4" 3/4 oz. #6. / 1 Box of 25 Remington Express 2 3/4" 3/4 oz. #7 1/2. / 9 Boxes of 25 Winchester High Brass 2 3/4" 1 oz. #8. / 10 Boxes of 25 Peters Skeet Loads 2 3/4" 3/4 oz. #9. 20 GAUGE: 3 boxes of 25 Remington Premier Target 2 3/4" 7/8 oz. #9. / 3 Boxes of 25 Remington STS 2 3/4" 7/8 oz. #9. / 4 Boxes of 25 Winchester AA 2 3/4" 7/8 oz. #7 1/2. / 1 Box of 25 Federal 2 3/4" 1 oz. #7 1/2. / 1 Box of 25 Remington Copper Plated 2 3/4" 1 oz. #7 1/2. / 1 Box of 25 Remington 2 3/4" 1 oz. #6. / 1 Box of 25 partial box Clay Steel 2 3/4" 7/8 oz. #7. / 1 Box of 25 Federal 2 3/4" 1 oz. #7 1/2. / 1 Box of 25 Federal Heavy Field 2 3/4" 1 oz. #7 1/2. / 1 Box of 25 Remington Express 2 3/4" 1 oz. #9. / 1 Box of 25 Remington Copper Plated 2 3/4" 1 oz. #7 1/2. / 1 Box of 25 Peters Dove Load 2 3/4" 7/8 oz. #8. / 6 Boxes of 25 Fiocchi 2 3/4" 1 oz. #7 1/2. / 6 Boxes of 25 Peters RXP Skeet 2 3/4" 7/8 oz. #9. / 1 Box of 25 Remington Shurshot 2 3/4" 7/8 oz. #8. / 1 Box of 25 Alcan Game Max 2 3/4" 7/8 oz. #8. / 1 Box of 25 partial box Remington 3" 1 1/4 oz. #7 1/2. / 1 Box of 5 Winchester Super Buckshot 2 3/4" #3 Buck. CONDITION: ranges from good to very good. Boxes may have wear, scuffing & torn flaps. Most are full except as noted. (02-15705-4/RW). $500-700.

Lot: 1633 - GROUPING OF CENTERFIRE RIFLE & HANDGUN CARTRIDGES.

Lot contains hollow points. Handgun cal. include: 32 AUTOMATIC: 2 boxes of 50 Remington 71 gr. MC. 38 SUPER AUTO: 2 boxes of 50 PMC 115 gr. JHP+P. / 4 Boxes of 50 PMC 130 gr. FMJ+P. / 4 Boxes of 50 UMC 130 gr. Metal Case + P. Rifle cartridges include: 243 WIN: 1 box of 20 Remington 75 gr. Accutip. / 1 Box of 20 Remington 95 gr. Accutip. / 2 Boxes of 20 Hornady Light Mag 100 gr. BTSP. / 2 Boxes of 20 Federal 100 gr. SP. / 1 Box of 20 Remington 80 gr. PSP. / 3 Boxes of 20 Winchester Ballistic Silver Tip 95 gr. / 2 Boxes of 20 Winchester Ballistic Silver Tip 55 gr. 30-06: 1 box of 20 Winchester XP 150 gr. / 1 Box of 20 Winchester XP 180 gr. / 2 Boxes of 20 Winchester Black Talon 180 gr. FST. / 1 Box of 20 Federal 10 rds. remaining 125 gr. Soft Point. / 1 Box of 20 Federal 125 gr. High Shok. / 2 Boxes of 20 Remington Accelerator 55 gr. PSP. / 2 Boxes of 20 Remington 150 gr. Bronze Point. / 2 Boxes of 100, 1 has 90 rds. remaining S&W 10 pack 150 gr. PSP. 7.62X39: 4-20 rd. boxes China ball. 32 WIN SPCL: 2 boxes of 20 Winchester 170 gr. Power Point. / 6 Boxes of 20 Revelation 170 gr. Soft Point. CONDITION: ammunition appears in good clean condition. Boxes have notable wear, scuffing & torn flaps. (02-15705-5/RW). $500-700.

Lot: 1634 - LARGE GROUP OF 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN AMMUNITION FOR

TARGET SHOOTING & DEFENSE. Group includes: PETERS: 8-250 rd. cardboard cases of Peters plastic shot shells 2 3/4" light target loads w/ 1 1/18 ounces of #9 shot. 5 Cases are unopened, remainder have been opened. SAGA ELITE: 1 partial case of 8 boxes of 25 Elite Saga 2 3/4" shells loaded w/ 28 grams of #8 shot. NSI: 1-25 rd. box of LR1 low recoil 2 3/4" 1 ounce of #8 shot. B&P: 10 boxes of 25 competition one 2 3/4" 1 ounce of #8 shot. FEDERAL BUCKSHOT: 9 boxes of 25 2 3/4" 9 pellets 00 buck. Included are 2 steel ammo cans CONDITION: individual boxes in good to very good condition. Cardboard cases may have wear, tearing, scuffing & taped repairs. (02-15705-2/RW). $500-700.

Lot: 1635 - LARGE GROUP OF DESIRABLE SHOTGUN AMMUNITION 20, 28

& 410 GAUGES. 20 GAUGE: Peters 3-500 rd. cases of 20-25 rd. boxes each. / 3-500 rd. cases of 20-25 rd. boxes RXP Skeet 2 3/4" 7/8 ounce #9 shot. 2 cases have been opened, 1 is sealed. / Remington 1-500 rd. case of 20-25 rd. boxes 2 3/4" 1 ounce #6 shot. 1 sealed case of 250 rds. 10 boxes of 25 2 3/4" 7/8 ounce of #9 shot. / Clay Cartridge 2 cases of 250 rds. of 10-25 rd. boxes 2 3/4" 7/8 ounce of #8 shot. 28 GAUGE: Peters 2-500 rd. cases of 20 boxes of 25 2 3/4" #9 shot skeet loads. / Clay Cartridge Co. 2-250 rd. cases of 10 boxes of 25 2 3/4" 3/4 ounce of #8 shot. 410 GAUGE: Peters sealed case of 500, 20 boxes of 25 rds. 2 1/2" 1/2 ounce #9 shot plus partial case of 12 boxes of 25 rds. 2 1/2" 1/2 ounce #9 shot. / Remington 3 boxes of 25 rds. 3" 11/16 ounce #6 shot. / Western Super-X 2 boxes of 25 rds. 3" 11/16 ounce of #6 shot. / Federal 1 box of 25 rds. 3" 11/16 ounce of #6 shot. CONDITION: most individual boxes of 25 in good to very good condition. Cardboard cases may have wear, torn flaps & taped repairs. (02-15705-3/RW). $600-800.

Lot: 1636 - SEALED WOODEN BOX (2448 ROUNDS) OF ROMANIAN

7.62X25 HANDGUN AMMUNITION. Box marked "7.62 PGL" & marked on top w/ "2" in triangle. Box measures 19" long X 14" wide X 7" deep. Box contains 2 sealed "spam cans" of 1224 rds. each. CONDITION: box has handling wear & scuffing but is in good clean condition. (02-15929/RW). $500-800.

Lot: 1637 - SEALED WOODEN BOX (2448 ROUNDS) OF ROMANIAN

7.62X25 HANDGUN AMMUNITION. Box marked "7.62 PGL" & marked on top w/ "2" in triangle. Box measures 19" long X 14" wide X 7" deep. Box contains 2 sealed "spam cans" of 1224 rds. each. CONDITION: box has handling wear & scuffing but is in good clean condition. (02-15930/RW). $500-800.

Lot: 1638 - GROUP OF 12 AND 20 GAUGE SHOTSHELLS.

12 GAUGE SHELLS: 2 cases 250 rds. each of 2 3/4" 00 buckshot. / 2 Cases 250 rds. each of Federal Law Enforcement 2 3/4" 00 buckshot. / 4 Boxes 5 rds. each of 2 3/4" 00 buckshot. / 4 Boxes 5 rds. each of 2 3/4" 1 oz. hollow point rifled slugs. / 25 Rd. box of Suprema 2 3/4" 00 buckshot. / 3 Boxes 15 rds. each of Winchester 2 3/4" 00 buckshot. / 2 Boxes 5 rds. each of 2 3/4" 1 oz. hollow point rifled slugs. / 4 Boxes 25 rds. each of 2 3/4" 1 1/4 oz. #4 shot. / 25 Rd. box of 2 3/4" 1 1/4 oz. #5 shot. / 2 Boxes 25 rds. each of Federal 2 3/4" 1 1/4 oz. #4 shot. / 2 Boxes 25 rds. each of Winchester 2 3/4" 1 1/8 oz/ #4 shot. 20 GAUGE SHELLS: 11 boxes 25 rds. each of Remington Express 2 3/4" 1 oz. #4 shot. CONDITION: ammunition & boxes in very good to near excellent condition. (02-15438-1/RW). AMMO. $500-800.

Lot: 1639 - GROUP OF CENTERFIRE HANDGUN AMMUNITION.

Lot may contain hollow points. 44 REM. MAG. AMMO: 20 rd. box of Remington 240 gr. hollow point. / 20 Rd. box of Remington 180 gr. hollow point. / Partial 20 rd. box of Hornady 300 gr. XTP. / 50 Rd. box of Winchester 240 gr. JSP. 40 S&W AMMO: 2 boxes 50 rds. each of Federal American Eagle 180 gr. FMJ. / 2 Boxes 50 rds. each of Federal Premium 180 gr. Hydra-Shok. 357 MAG. AMMO: 50 rd. box of Federal 158 gr. Hydra-Shok. / 50 Rd. box of Winchester 158 gr. JSP. 38 SPL. AMMO: 50 rd. box of Federal premium 129 gr. Hydra-Shok Plus P. / 2 Sealed plastic battle packs 300 rds. each of PMC 132 gr. FMJ. CONDITION: boxes & battle packs have good appearance. Boxes may have light staining, scuffing & occasional loose labels. (02-15437-2/RW). $600-900.

Lot: 1640 - GROUP OF SCARCE 28 GAUGE WINCHESTER SHOTSHELLS.

8 Sealed 250 rd. cases containing 10 boxes each of AA 2 3/4" target loads w/ 3/4 oz. #9 shot. / Lot also contains 6 Boxes 25 rds. each of Winchester AA 2 3/4" 3/4 oz 7 1/2 shot. CONDITION: cases & boxes very good to near excellent. (02-15438-2/RW). AMMO. $600-900.

Lot: 1641 - GROUPING OF CENTERFIRE AMMUNITION, SPORTING &

MILITARY. Lot may contain hollow points. Centerfire ammo includes: 30-30 WINCHESTER: 4 boxes 20 rds. each of Remington 170 gr. Core-Lokt SP. / 2 Boxes 50 rds. each of Remington 150 gr. Core-Lokt SP. / 20 Rd. box of Winchester bonded PHP 170 gr. / 2 Boxes 20 rds. each of Winchester 150 gr. HP. / 1 Box Federal 20 Rds. of 170 gr. SP. 35 REMINGTON: 1 box 20 rds. of Remington 150 gr. Core-Lokt PSP. 6.5X55 AMMO: 5 boxes 20 rds. each of Igman 139 gr. FMJ. / 5 Boxes 20 rds. each of Igman 139 gr. SP. 6.5X54MS AMMO: 20 rd. box of Norma 139 gr. SPP BT. 8X57 JR AMMO: 2 boxes 20 rds. each of Sellier & Bellot 196 gr. SP. 8X57 IR AMMO: 20 rd. box of 196 gr. H Mantel. 7MM MAUSER: 50 rd. box of Interarms FMJ ball on stripper clips. 223 REMINGTON: 10 boxes 100 rds. each of Federal American Eagle 55 gr. FMJ. CONDITION: ammunition appears mostly bright & clean. Some boxes have wear, scuffing & torn corners. (02-15436-1/RW). $800-1,200.

Lot: 1642 - LARGE GROUP OF 45 ACP PISTOL AMMUNITION.

Lot contains hollow points. 45 AUTO: 5 boxes 50 rds. each of Magtech 230 gr. FMJ. / 6 Boxes 50 rds. each of Sellier & Bellot 230 gr. FMJ. / 6 Boxes 100 rds. each of Winchester 230 gr. FMJ. / 50 Rd. box of Federal American Eagle 230 gr. FMJ. / 2 Boxes 50 rds. each of of Federal 230 gr. FMJ. / Partial 50 rd. box of Federal 230 gr. Hydra-Shok JHP. 45 AUTO AMMO: 2 sealed plastic battle packs 250 rds. each of 230 gr. FMJ. CONDITION: boxes may have wear & scuffing w/ torn flaps. Ammo appears clean. (02-15437-1/RW). AMMO. $500-700.

Lot: 1643 - LARGE GROUPING OF MILITARY 5.56X45 AMMUNITION.

3 Boxes 20 rds. each of Federal American Eagle 64 gr. tracers. / 8 Sealed plastic battle packs 300 rds. each marked "5.56X45mm Ball M1A2 CTN". May be of British or South African mfg. CONDITION: sealed packages have legible markings & very light handling wear. Boxes containing tracers have light wear & scuffing; 1 box is opened. (02-15436-2/RW). $700-900.

Lot: 1644 - LARGE INTERESTING GROUP OF MILITARY & SPORTING

RIFLE AMMUNITION. Lot contains hollow points. 7.62X39 AMMO: 10 boxes 120 rds. each of Russian steel cased hollow point hunting ammunition; 9 boxes are sealed, 1 has been opened. 303 BRITISH AMMO: 7 boxes 50 rds. each marked "7.7X56R Ball R1 M3Z". / 16 Boxes 48 rds. each of of MK7Z ball; boxes have cyrillic markings & believed to be Yugoslavian mfg. 6.5X55 AMMO: 20 boxes 20 rds. each of Swedish mfg. ball marked "6.5mm sk ptr m/94 prj m/41 prickskytte", markings indicate for use in precision shooting. CONDITION: boxes in good to very good condition. Ammo appears bright & clean. (02-15436-3/RW). $700-900.

Lot: 1645 - LARGE LOT OF DESIRABLE 380 ACP PISTOL AMMUNITION.

380 ACP AMMO: 4 boxes 100 rds. each of Winchester 95 gr. FMJ. / 50 Rd. box of Federal 95 gr. FMJ. / 50 Rd. box of Remington 95 gr. FMJ. / 50 Rd. box of PMC 90 gr. JHP. / 2 Boxes 50 rds. each of PMC 90 gr. FMJ. / 5 PMC sealed plastic battle packs 300 rds. each of 90 gr. FMJ marked "MADE IN R.O. KOREA". CONDITION: boxes may have wear & scuffing w/ torn flaps. Ammo appears clean. (02-15437-3/RW). $700-900.

Lot: 1646 - VERY LARGE GROUPING OF MILITARY RIFLE AMMUNITION.

2 Cans 380 rds. each of 7.92 (8mm) Mauser ball in original wooden crate; crate has been opened. 7.62 NATO AMMO: 6 sealed plastic battle packs 140 rds. each, packs marked "7.62X51mm Ball R1 M1". / 10 Boxes 20 rds. each of Winchester 147 gr. FMJ. / Lot also contains 10 metal and plastic military style ammunition boxes. CONDITION: ammo appears to be in good serviceable condition. Containers were unopened. Winchester ammo as new in boxes. (02-15436-4/RW). $600-800.

Lot: 1647 - GROUP OF ASSORTED CENTERFIRE RIFLE & PISTOL

AMMUNITION & SOFT AIR HANDGUN. Lot contains hollow points. PISTOL- 25 AUTO: 9 boxes of 50 CCI Blazer 50 gr. TMJ. / 1 Box of 50 Winchester 50 gr. FMC. / 1 Box of Geco 49 gr. FMC. / 1 Box of 50 PMC 50 gr. FMJ. /1 Box of 50 Remington 50 gr. MC. 7.62 NAGANT REVOLVER: 1 box of 14 Russian FMC. 32 S&W: partial box of 50 black powder blanks. 380 AUTOMATIC: 1 box of Remington 95 gr. MC. 9X18MM MAKAROV: partial box of 50 Blount, Inc. 95 gr. TMJ. 357 MAG: 1 box of 20 Federal Premium 158 gr. JHP. 38 SUPER: 1 box of 50 Remington 115 gr. plus P JHP. 38 SPECIAL: 1 box of 50 Winchester blue & white box, mid-range, wadcuTters. / 2 Boxes of 10 CCI-SPEER 38 shot shells #9 shot / 1 Box of 50 TulAmmo 130 gr. FMJ. / 1 Box of 50 CCI 148 gr. HBWC. 40 S&W: 1 Box of 50 TulAmmo 180 gr. FMJ. 10MM AUTO: 1 box of 20 Winchester Black Talon: 200 gr. SXT. 44 S&W SPECIAL: 1 box of Winchester 240 gr. lead. 45 AUTO: 1 plastic box of 50 A-MERC 230 gr. FMJ. / 1 Plastic box of 50 WRA 55 230 gr. ball. / 1 Tray of 35 R-P 230 gr. FMJ. 45 COLT: 2 boxes of 20 Winchester 225 gr. silvertip HP. 44 REM. MAG.: 4 boxes of 20 Remington 240 gr. SP. / 1 Partial box of 50 PMC 240 gr. JHP. 500 S&W MAG.: 1 box of 20 MagTech 325 gr. FMC. RIFLE- 270 WIN: 1 box of 20 Remington. 130 gr. PSP. / 3 Boxes of 20 Remington 150 gr. Core-Lokt. / 4 Boxes of 20 Musgrave 8.4 g SP. / 1 Box of 20 Winchester 150 gr. SP. 30-06: 1 box of 20 Remington 165 gr. Nosler Ballistic tip. / 1 Box of 20 Remington 220 gr. SP. / 2 Boxes of 20 Remington 180 gr. PSP. / 7 Boxes of 20 Remington 180 gr. PSP. / 2 Boxes of 20 Remington 150 gr. PSP. / 2 Boxes of 20 Winchester 180 gr. SP. / 1 Box of 20 Western 180 gr. silver tip. / 1 Box of 20 Winchester 180 gr. SP. / 1 Package of 20 Federal 180 gr. SP. / 1 Box of 20 Hornady 150 gr. SST. 308 WIN: 1 box of 20 Winchester 150 gr. SP. / 3 Boxes of 20 Remington 150 gr. PSP. 30 CARBINE: 1 box of 50 Remington 110 gr. soft point. 8x68S: 2 boxes of 20 RWS 224 gr. cone point. 7MM REM MAG: 1 box of 20 Federal 140 gr. Nosler. / 1 Box of 20 Hornady 154 gr. SP. / 1 Box of 20 Remington 175 gr. SP. 30-30 WIN: 1 box of 20 mixed HSSP. / 1 Box of 20 Western 170 gr. SP. / 2 Boxes of 20 PMC 170 gr. SP. 303 BRIT: 1 box of 20 Remington 215 gr. SP. 450 MARLIN: 1 box of 20 Hornady 350 gr. FP. 22-250: 1 box of 20 Remington 55 gr. SP. 7MM MAUSER: 1 box of 20 Federal 175 gr. SP. 3 WBY MAG: 1 box of 20 Weatherby 165 gr. SP. / 1 Box of 20 Federal 180 gr. Nosler. / Part box Federal Premium 180 gr. bear claw. / Sm. quantity of misc. assorted loose rifle & pistol cartridges. / Sm. quantity of lead cast 38 cal. rifle bullets. / Jar of sierra 110 gr. hollow points .308. / Plastic soft air handgun w/ 2 mag. & 2 containers of 6mm soft air ammo. CONDITION: Pistol is worn but appears to function. Ammo. appears generally clean. Boxes may have sm. tears, staining, missing end flaps. (02-15354-2/RW). $400-600.

Lot: 1648 - GROUPING OF MILITARY TYPE AMMUNITION.

7.62 X 54R: 2 sealed "Spam" cans of 440 rds. each Romanian LPS light ball. 7.62 X 39: 25 boxes of 20 rds. Norinco ball FMJ. 30-06: 2 boxes of 20 US Eau Claire arsenal M2 ball. 7.62 X 51 NATO: 2 boxes of 20 DAG ball. 8 X 56R: 1 box of 10 Hungarian ball on clips. 6.5 ITALIAN: 1 clip of 6 rds. ball. 30 CARBINE: 2 boxes of 50 D&S MFG M-1 110 gr. FMJ. 5.56MM: 3 boxes of 20 Winchester 55 gr. FMJ. CONDITION: ammo. appears generally clean & good condition. Boxes may have wear, torn flaps & staining. "Spam" cans have legible markings. (02-15354-1/RW). $500-700.

Lot: 1649 - LARGE GROUPING OF RIMFIRE AMMUNITION PREDOMINANTLY

22 LONG RIFLE BUT INCLUDES .17 HMR & 22 MAG. Lot contains hollow points. .17 HMR: 1 box of 50 CCI 17 grain varmint tip. / 1 Box of 50 CCI 17 grain polymer tip. / 1 Box of 50 Winchester 17 grain V-Max. 17 WIN: 1 box of 50 American Eagle 20 grain. 22 WMR: 1 box of 50 speer gold dot body grain GDHP. / 1 Box of 20 CCI maxi-mag shot shells. / 8 Boxes of 325 Federal 36 grain HP. / 3 Boxes of 550 Federal 36 grain HP. / 1 Box of 50 CCI stinger. / 2 Boxes of 50 Remington kleanbore. / 2 Boxes of 50 Remington subsonic & HP. / 1 Box of 100 Remington target standard velocity. / 1 Box of 100 Remington HP golden bullet. / 1 Brick of 500 plus 3 boxes of 50 rd. Remington yellow jacket hyper velocity. / 2 Bricks of 500 rd. Remington Viper 22 36 grain bullet. / 8 Boxes of 500 rd. Remington Thunderbolt high velocity. / 2 Boxes of 555 rd. Winchester 36 grain HP. / 1 Brick of 500 rd. Winchester Super X HV. / 2 Bricks of 500 rd. Federal champion target. / 6 Boxes of 50 rd. Federal Champion standard velocity. / 3 Boxes of 100 rd. Winchester Super Speed 40 grain. / 43 Boxes of 50 rd. Geco semi-auto 40 grain bullets. / 4 Bricks of 500 rd. PMC sidewinder 50's. / 1 CCI Christmas box of 300 rd. 40 grain target. / 1 Box of 20 rd. CCI shot shells. 22 SHORT: 1 box of 50 rd. Remington high velocity. CONDITION: ammunition is clean. Boxes may have handling wear & sm. tears but are all in generally good condition. (02-15354-4/RW). $500-800.

Lot: 1650 - LARGE GROUPING OF SHOTGUN AMMUNITION WIDE RANGE OF

GAUGES & LOADINGS. Lot contains hollow points. 10 GA.: 1 box of 10 Winchester 3 1/2" super steel BBB goose loads. 12 GA.: 2 boxes of 5 Remington 2 3/4" HPRS slugs. / 5 Boxes of 5 Remington 2 3/4" slugs. / 2 Boxes of 10 Remington 2 3/4" 00 buckshot. / 1 Box of 10 Winchester 3" #4 copper plated turkey loads. / 1 Box of 5 Peters 2 3/4" slugs. / 13 Boxes of 25 Remington 2 3/4" #8 shot. / 1 Box of

Lot: 1651 - VERY LARGE GROUP OF 7.62 x 39 RIFLE

AMMUNITION. Lot contains hollow points. CAL. 7.62 x 39: 50 caliber steel ammo can nearly full of steel cased ball ammo head stamped "71" "80", brown lacquered cases / 32 Boxes of 20, SAPSAN, made in Russia 124 gr. hollow point (640 rds.). CONDITION: ammo in boxes appears in very good condition. (02-15713/RW). $800-1,100.

Lot: 1652 - LARGE INTERESTING ASSORTMENT OF CENTERFIRE RIFLE

& PISTOL AMMO, VINTAGE & MODERN. Lot may contain hollow points. 7.63 MAUSER: 1 box 25 rd. Fiocchi 88 gr. FMJ. / 2 Boxes 50 rd. PPU 85 gr. FMJ. 7.65 PARABELLUM: 1 box 50 rd. Fiocchi 93 gr. FMJ. 9mm LUGER: 1 box of 10 German military loading. Dated 12-17. 8mm NAMBU: 1 box of 50 Midway 102 gr. FMJ. / 1 Box of 50 Old Western Scrounger 102 gr. FMJ. 380 ACP: 2 boxes of 50 Hansen Cartridge Co. 95 gr. FMJ. 11.15X58R WERNDL: 1 box of 20 Buffalo Arms black powder 340 gr. lead FN. 43 MAUSER: 1 box of 20, 13 remaining Dominion 385 gr. lead. 7.62X54R: paper packet of 20 Chinese ball. 8mm MAUSER: 6 boxes of 20 Israeli ball. 8X56 MANNLICHER: 2 boxes of 20 PPU 208 gr. FMJ. / 2 Boxes of 20 PPU 208 gr. Soft Point. 6.5 JAP: 1 box of 20 Stegall Custom 140 gr. SP. / 1 Box of 20, 15 remaining NORMA 156 gr. SP. 6.5X54 MANN. SCH: 1 box of 20 Midway 160 gr. SP. / 2 Boxes of 20 Graf & Sons 140 gr. SP. 6.5 CARCANO: 3 boxes of 20 Federal American Eagle 139 gr. FMJ. / 1 Box of 20, 12 remaining West Endicott Arms Co. 140 gr. SPGC. 6.5X55: 2 boxes of 20 J&J Enterprises 140 gr. RMGC, has lead bullet. / 2 Boxes of 20 PPU 120 gr. HPBT. / 1 Box of 20 PPU 139 gr. FMJBT. / 1 Box of 20, 19 remaining Lapua 144 gr. FMJ. 8X57R MAUSER: 4 boxes of 20 Old Western Strounger 250 gr. SP. 8X56 MS: 2 boxes of 10, 1 has 6 remaining RWS 202 gr. SP. 8.15X46R: 1 box of 20 Buffalo Arms Co. lead bullets. / 1 Box of 20, 18 remaining Anthony Sailer custom ammo lead bullets. / 1 Box of 20, 14 remaining RWS 151 gr. H-Mantle. 9X56 MS: 1 box of 10 PS soft nose. / 1 Box of 20, 19 remaining Farnsworth Ammunition 200 gr. SP. / 2 Boxes of 20 Farnsworth Ammunition 250 gr. SP. 9.3X72R: 4 boxes of 20 Sellier & Bellot 193 gr. SP. 401 WIN SL: 1 box of 20, 18 remaining Stegall Custom SP. 220 SWIFT: 1 box of 20, 19 remaining Hornady 40 gr. V-Max. / 1 Box of 20 Winchester 50 gr. PSP. 6MM BENCH-REST: 2 boxes of 20 Conley Precision Cartridge 55 gr. Nosler ballistic tip. CONDITION: boxed conditions range from fair to very good. Boxes may have tears, scuffing & wear. Ammunition appears clean except Israeli 7.92 Mauser. May have oxidation issues. (02-15423-1/RW). $400-600.

Lot: 1653 - 3 CASES OF BRITISH .410 BALL CARTRIDGES.

3 Wooden cases of 180 rds. each B.L.S.B. .410 IN-MK-1-Z. Wooden boxes contain sealed tins of 180 cartridges each dated 9-9-60. Mfg. by Pakistan Ordnance Factory (P.O.F.). CONDITION: boxes in well worn condition but markings are generally legible. (02-15829/RW). $250-350.

Lot: 1654 - GROUPING OF BRITISH & EUROPEAN SPORTING

AMMUNITION. Lot contains hollow points. Cal. include: 416 RIDGBY: 20 rds. in plastic ammunition carriers of Bell 410 gr. steel jacket solids. KYNOCH 404: 1-50 rd. package, 4-5 rd. boxes of Kynoch 404. 2 7/8" Case 400 gr. solids. KYNOCH 450/400: 1 box of 5, 3" case 400 gr. soft nose. KYNOCH 476: 3 boxes of 5, 3" case 520 gr. solid. KYNOCH 450: 5 boxes of 5, 3 1/4" case 480 gr. solids. KYNOCH 240 MAG. FLANGED: 1 box of 5, 100 gr. copper pointed bullet. KYNOCH 10.75MM MAUSER: 5 boxes of 10, 347 gr. solids. / 4 Boxes of 10, 347 gr. soft nose. 10.3X60MM, 450/400: 2 3/8" black powder express. Swiss loading. 7X64 BRENNEKE: 1 box of 10 177 gr. TIG soft point. 8X57 JR: 1 box of 10 DWM Teilmantel. / 2 Boxes of 10 RWS 196 gr. soft point. 375 H&H MAG: partial box of 20 containing 12 assorted cartridges w/ soft point bullets. 8X68S: 2 boxes of 10 RWS H/Mantel. 10.75X68 POVAZSKE STROJARNE: 12 boxes of 10 solid bullets. 9.3X74R: 18 boxes of 10 Norma 18.5 gram soft point. / 1 Box of 10 Povazske Strojarne 18.5 gram soft nose. / 3 Boxes of 10 DWM Brenneke Torpedo-Universal-Geschok. / 2 Boxes of 10 RWS H Mantel hollow point 285 gr. / 4 Boxes of 10 RWS 285 gr. soft point. Also included in lot are 3 steel ammunition boxes. CONDITION: box conditions run from fair to very good. May have wear, scuffing, staining & torn labels. (02-15830/RW). $800-1,200.

Lot: 1655 - LARGE GROUP OF 7.62 X 25MM MILITARY PISTOL

AMMUNITION. 2200 plus rds. ammunition is contained in 2 metal "spam cans". 1 Of which is sealed & marked "7.62 PGL M25-83-22 1224 buc". 1 Can has been opened & 2 boxes removed leaving 14 full boxes & 1 partial box. FMJ bullets. Brass cases likely Berdan prime. CONDITION: sealed can is in good condition w/ legible markings. Sm. dents & scratches around edge. Opened can has 72 rd. boxes in generally good condition. Ammunition in opened box looks clean. (02-15807/RW). $600-1,000.

Lot: 1656 - LARGE GROUP OF 7.62 X 39MM AMMO.

Lot contains hollow points. 1500 Rds. in 75 boxes of 20 of Wolf steel case Berdan primed rifle cartridges. 500 Are 122 grain hollow points. 1000 Are 122 grain FMJ. Ammunition made in Russia. CONDITION: boxes are in 3 sealed plastic sleeves of 25 boxes each. Boxes in very good condition. (02-15809/RW). $500-750.

Lot: 1657 - LARGE GROUP OF ASSORTED VINTAGE RIFLE, CENTERFIRE,

HANDGUN & SHOTGUN AMMUNITION. Lot contains hollow points. Many are partial boxes. Boxes may contain mixed brands & loadings. RIFLE: 308 WIN: 1 box of 20 Winchester 180 gr. Power Point. 32-40 WIN: 1 box of 20 John Wayne Winchester 165 gr. Soft Point. 38-55: 1 box of 20 Winchester 255 gr. Soft Point. / 1 Box of 20, 12 remaining Winchester 255 gr. Soft Point. 30-06: 1 box of 20 Remington 180

Lot: 1658 - INTERESTING GROUP OF ASSORTED RIMFIRE AMMUNITION,

VINTAGE & MODERN. Lot contains hollow points. 25 STEVENS LONG: box of 50, 20 remaining CIL 65 gr. bullet. / Box of 50, 10 remaining Remington KleanBore. 22 W.R.F.: box of 50, approx. 25 remaining Winchester Super Speed. / Box of 50 Winchester Lead Flat Nose Copper Plated. 22 WIN. AUTOMATIC: box of 50 KopperClad. 22 WIN. MAG: 2 boxes of 50 Winchester Dyna Point 45 gr. / Box of 50 Western 40 gr. Jacketed Hollow Point. 22 LONG RIFLE: partial brick of 500 containing 5 boxes of 50 Western Super-X 40 gr. Lubaloy. / Brick of 500 partial brick containing 6 boxes of 50 Western Super-X 37 gr. HP. / Brick of 500 Remington Thunderbolt 40 gr. bullet. / Brick of 500 American Eagle High Velocity. / 2 Boxes of 50 Remington Target Standard Velocity. / 2 Boxes of 50 Remington Hi-Speed. / Box of 50, part box Winchester Wildcat. / 2 Boxes of 50, 1 box is empty Remington Kleanbore. / 3 Boxes of 50, partial boxes Remington High Velocity. / 6 Boxes of 50 Remington Kleanbore. / Box of 50 Western Super-X. / Box of 50 Western Super Match Mark III. / Box of 50 Winchester Super-X. / Box of 50, partial box Winchester Leader. / 2 Boxes of 50, partial boxes Winchester Super-X, 1 is hollow point. / Box of 50 CIL Whiz-Bang High Velocity. / 5 Boxes of 50 Peters Hollow Point. / Box of 50, partial box JC Higgins Sta-klean. / Box of 50, partial box Peters Golden Bullet. / Box of 50, partial box Federal Hi-Power. / Box of 100, partial box, mixed brands & loadings Federal High Power. 22 LONG RIFLE SHOT: box of 50, 1/2 box Federal Hi-Power Bird Shot. / Box of 50, partial box Remington Kleanbore Shot. 22 SHORT: 3 boxes of 50 Western Super-X Long Range. / Box of 50, partial box Sears Copper Plated Bullets. / Box of 50 Sears, Roebuck Sta-Klean Extra Range. / Box of 50, partial box Remington High Speed. / 2 Boxes of 50 Peters Golden Bullet HV. / Box of 50, partial box Federal High Power. CB 22: box of 50, partial box Remington Low Velocity. BB CAP: rnd. tin of 100, mostly full RWS Sinoxinoxid. CONDITION: many boxes are partial. Boxes may have staining, wear, torn or missing end flaps. (02-15852-2/RW). $200-400.

Lot: 1659 - INTERESTING GROUP OF COLLECTIBLE ITEMS & RIMFIRE

INCLUDING 22 RIMFIRE AMMUNITION. Lot may contain hollow points. HO model railroad locomotives, reference books, WWII shoulder patch & plaque of Paul von Hindenburg. Notable items include full & partial boxes of vintage rimfire ammunition. Outers shotgun cleaning rod. / Unmarked brass adj. magnifier w/ stand. / Revell model car kit 1/25 scale Don "The Snake" includes instructions & details, kit partially completed. / 5 HO scale model RR locomotives: 1 steam, 4 are diesel made by Model Power. / US Army Air Corps WWII era shoulder patch. / Metal plaque of Paul von Hindenburg measures approx. 4 X 6 inches. / Sm. aero pin w/ consignor supplied internet information. / 2 three-ring binders: 1 contains information on Battle of Saipan, 1 contains information on collectible rimfire ammunition. / Wright & McGill eagle claw hook store display showing sizes, consists of 15 hooks mounted on stand up cardboard backing. / "Cloak & Dagger" by Ford & MacBain. / Warman's WWII collectibles. / Merrill's Marauders US War Department. / Collector Knives 15th edition. 22 LONG RIFLE: 1 brick of 500 Peters target std. vel. / 1 Brick of 500 Remington high speed "golden bullet". / 4 Boxes of 50 Peters "golden bullet". / 1 Box of 50 Junior steel cased. / 1 Box of 50 Remington pistol match. / 1 Box of 50 Remington rifle match. / 1 Box of 50 Western super match mark 2. / 4 Boxes of 50 Federal Monark lead lubricated. / 4 Boxes of 50 Remington Kleanbore. / 2 Boxes of 50 Remington Kleanbore std. vel. / 1 Box of 50 Gevelot Grande precision. / 1 Box of 50 Remington hi-speed "golden bullet". / 2 Boxes of 50 Federal hi-power. / 6 Boxes of 50 Remington hi-speed Kleanbore. / 6 Boxes of 50 Remington std. vel. / 1 Box of 50 Remington shot. / 1 Box of 50 Remington hi-speed shot. 22 LONG: 2 boxes of 50 Remington hi-speed. / 1 Box of 50 Winchester super speed. 22 SHORT: 1 box of 50 Western Super X. / 1 Box of 50 Remington hi-speed. / Partial box of Sisk super Lovell 41 gr. bullets. CONDITION: most rimfire boxes in good to very good condition w/ scattered light stains & scuffing. Model locomotives are in factory boxes appear to be in very good condition. Balance of items have light wear, flexing, staining & scuffing. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15455/RW). $400-800.

Lot: 1660 - VARIED & INTERESTING GROUP OF COLLECTIBLE RIMFIRE

AMMUNITION. Lot contains hollow points. Vintage rimfire ammunition includes: 22 LONG RIFLE: 3 boxes of 50 Peters rustless. / 1 Box of 50 Peters "golden bullet". / 2 Boxes of 50 Federal Monark. / 1 Box of 50 Wards long range. / 1 Box of 50 Western Super-X H.P. / 1 Box of 50 Western Xpert. / 1 Box of 50 Western Super Max Mark II. / 1 Box of 50 Winchester Super Speed Shot. 22 LONG: 1 box of 50 Remington-UMC smokeless red 1 piece box. 22 SHORT: 1 box of 50 Winchester Leader. / 1 Box of 50 Federal Hi-Power. / 1 Box of 50 partial box Superior cartridges. / 1 Box of 50 sealed box Remington blanks. / 1 Box of 50 US Cartridge Co. blank. PERCUSSION CAPS: 2 tins of 100 partial tins Remington. / 1 Tin of 100 sealed Winchester F.L. PRIMERS: 1 tin of 100 partial tin UMC #5. / 1 Tin of 250 partial tin UMC #1. / 1 Tin of 250 partial tin Winchester #2. 22 BLANKS: 1 tin of 100 partial tin Galef EMGE crimped blanks. Glass fronted wooden Remington display case w/ red painted lettering advertising “Hi-Speed” 22s. Case measures approx. 10x16" & is made to stand on table or shelf. Case contains approx. 25 full boxes of Remington 22 Rimfire ammunition, 21 boxes of 22 LR & 4 boxes of 22 Long. Boxes are marked both “Hi-Speed” as well as “Standard Velocity”. Boxes are green & white, red & green, as well as just green. CONDITION: items in generally good attractive condition. Ammunition boxes have light wear. wooden case has wear & staining but is in good serviceable condition. PROVENANCE: Collection of Brian C. Pinkerton. (02-15457/RW). $500-800.

Lot: 1661 - INTERESTING PAPER SHOT SHELLS IN 20 ONE PIECE

BOXES. All are 25 rd boxes, 12 Ga, 2 3/4" shells. A wide variety of loadings & shot sizes. Lot includes wooden vintage wooden shot shell crate marking "REMINGTON Shur Shot / REMINGTON ARMS CO / BRIDGEPORT CONN.". Cover is not present. CONDITION: shot shell boxes have handling wear, light staining, sm. tears on end flaps & may have attached price tags. Shot shell crate has fading, staining, wear & sm. cracks. (02-15831/RW). $200-300.

Lot: 1662 - CASE OF 500 MILITARY 410 GAUGE M35 SURVIVAL SHOT

SHELLS. Wooden case which measures 14" X 7" X 6 1/2" deep contains 20 boxes of 25 shells. White paper boxes are marked "25 SHELLS, SHOTGUN METAL; 410 GA. M35 #6 NO. 6 SHOT LOT WCC 6013 WESTERN CARTRIDGE SEAL. REPACKAGED." Case is addressed to Transportation Office Bluegrass Ord. Depot Fort. Estill Kentucky. Box is dated 12-53. Box has added plexiglass protective cover. Lid is mounted on hinges. CONDITION: box in good condition w/ cracking & chipping of lid. White boxes in near excellent condition. (02-15832/RW). $400-600.

Lot: 1663 - INTERESTING ASSORTED GROUP OF US MILITARY HELMETS,

MILITARIA & VINTAGE MODEL AIRCRAFTS. 1) 3 US M1 helmets w/ composite liners. The first is front seam, flexible bail w/ green web straps & brown leather chinstrap. Green painted liner. Suspension is present. Headband is not present. The second is front seam, flexible bail w/ web strap. Cloth reversible camouflage helmet cover. Liner has been painted yellow w/ red stripe on top, black

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