Antique & Modern Firearms Auction

Saturday July 31, 2021 | 1501 N. raymond ave, ste. B. anaheim, CA. US. 92801

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Lot#: 62456143

1st Model Henry 1860 Lever Action Repeating Rifle, #2071, .44 RF cal., 24'' blue barrel, brass frame, case hardened lever and hammer, factory dovetail cut receiver, smooth straight grip, walnut stock, with standard front and rear sights. Barrel marked with two-line standard ''Henry's Patent. Oct. 16. 1860/Manufact'd by the New Haven Arms. Co. New Haven. CT.'' Mfg'd 1863. Condition is very good. Barrel retains approx. 85% thinning and toning blue over very light spray pitting and minor scratches. Brass frame with nice even patina, scuffs and scratches, and several small pry marks to both top edges of sideplates. Stock and buttplate screws are matching to frame, except for lower tang screw which is numbered 2020. Walnut stock fits fractionally small at upper and lower tang, and is a later unnumbered replacement showing a filled rectangular panel around rear sling swivel. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $18,000-$24,000. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456385

SKB Model 685 Trap Model Over/Under Shotgun, #AS02846. 12 ga. 30'' barrels have high stepped vent rib, target beads, 3'' chambers, and are fitted with choke tubes (total 7 included). Boxlock inertia-block action features a Kersten crossbolt lockup, single selective trigger, non-auto safety and auto ejectors. Silver-finished receiver has nice roll engraving with two gold inlays of a clay target shooter. Beavertail forend and pistol-grip buttstock are of semi-gloss highly-fingured walnut, with abundant checkering, plastic grip cap and Pachmayr ''Old English'' butt pad. Stock dimensions are 14-1/2''x1-1/2''x1-3/4''. Gun, tubes and wrench contained in a Browning cloth & leather hard case. Mfg'd approx. 1992. Condition is like new, as used little. Few handling marks to wood, little wear to action, which locks tight and functions perfectly; bores are mirror bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,400. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456142

Rare Swingle & Huntington Model 1874 Single Shot Lever Rifle, NVSN, .44 RF cal., 26'' octagonal barrel, brass frame, mechanism and forend; straight smooth walnut stock with crescent brass buttplate. This particular rifle was featured on the cover of the November 1962 The Gun Report magazine, as well as in an extensive article. Top barrel flat is marked ''Pat. Apr. 21, 1874''. Researchers discovered that on that date Swingle & Huntington received the patent in San Francisco, CA, making this the first and perhaps the only lever action ever designed and mfg'd in the Golden State. The patent indicated that this was a repeating rifle of lever action design. It had a breechblock of the swinging upward and backward design and incorporated a push-button type hammer lock, which necessitated the unlocking of the hammer by pushing downward on this button each time the hammer was cocked. The operational procedure is unique in that with the lever in the open position, the barrel may be slid forward on steelways set into the barrel. The action ejects the fired cartridge and allows the new one to move forward for chambering. The frame, forend, lever and buttplate are brass, with the forend being permanently to the barrel by means of soldering. It is interesting to note that Frank Huntington was the owner of Globe Ironworks in San Francisco during the period of this rifle's production and was prominent in the gold fields and in railroading circles of early Calif. No doubt, according to the article, Swingle was the gunsmith and designer in this venture, and Huntington was the financial partner. The article additionally calls out this rifle as ''California's Own Yellow Boy''. Condition is excellent. Barrel retains approx. 80% thinning blue; brass components with some small dings near tip of forend. Slight birch belly walnut stock is excellent with very minor impressions. Action is good, bore is very good. Hickory and blue steel wiping rod is retained. Est.: $18,000-$24,000. (Antique)(Doug Beneck collection)


Lot#: 62456384

Antonio Zoli Model 85 Ritmo Two-Barrel Trap Combination Set, #178097. 12 ga. over/under barrels are 30'' with a stepped vent rib plus a vent rib between the barrels, 2-3/4'' chambers, and are choked IM/Full. 12 ga. single (lower) barrel is 34'' with a stepped vent rib, 3'' chamber, and is choked Full. Boxlock action features a single selective inertia trigger, non-auto safety and selective ejectors. The full finger-groove forend and pistol-grip Monte Carlo buttstock are satin-finished ''B'' Grade walnut, with Decelerator butt pad and thorough hand checkering at 22 LPI. Receiver is lightly engraved, including Antonio Zoli logos. Stock dimensions with the over/under barrels are 14-1/2''x1-1/2''x2''. Contained in correct Zoli hard case with original warranty and Zoli snap caps. Mfg'd in Italy in 1984. Condition is near excellent showing little use. Wood shows no handling marks. Action still locks very tight and functions correctly; bores are bright. There are a couple small dings on the single barrel vent rib which should not affect sight picture. Est.: $800-$950. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456141

Very Early Colt Model 1855 1st Model Revolving Sporting Rifle, missing cylinder and arbor, #59, .36 cal., 27'' round barrel, blue finish, with walnut stock. Mfg'd 1856. Top barrel flat marked ''Address S. Colt Hartford CT. U.S.A.'' in Old English letters. Condition is excellent as missing the cylinder and arbor. Frame, barrel, oiler and cleaning rod retain approx. 92% original factory blue. Trigger guard shows similar finish but of a somewhat more plum color. Stock is fine, smooth, unsanded walnut. Action functions well, and if replacement cylinder and arbor were to be found and fitted, this rifle would be stunning. Bore is mirror bright. Est.: $4,500-$6,500. (Antique)(Doug Beneck collection)


Lot#: 62456383

Winchester Model 23 Classic Side-by-Side Shotgun, #CL28-729E. 28 ga. 26'' vent rib barrels have target beads, 2-3/4'' chambers, and are choked IC/Mod. The small frame boxlock action features a single selective trigger, auto ejectors, double under-locking lugs and auto safety. Beavertail forend and pistol-grip buttstock are of ''C'' Grade walnut, with moderate gloss finish and abundant checkering at 24 LPI, an ebony forend tip, metal grip cap, and Winchester-marked Pachmayr butt pad. Blued receiver has modern scroll engraving with gold-accent ''28'' on rib and safety/selector markings. Stock dimensions are 14-1/2''x1-3/8''x2-1/4''. Gun is contained in a correct Winchester green fabric hard case. Mfg'd approx. 1986 by Nikko in Japan for Winchester. Condition is excellent as fired very little if at all. Wood has only the smallest handling marks; receiver shows no external carry wear. Action functions correctly and closes very tight; bores are mirror bright. Est.: $3,500-$4,500. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456140

Antique Marlin-Ballard Single-Shot Sporting/Target Rifle, with Heavyweight Barrel by George Schoyen, #28972, .22 RF cal., 27.25'' heavy octagonal barrel has dovetailed folding Beach front sight, two ''finger-nail'' scope mount slots and two screw-filled rear sight holes, marked ''Geo. C. Schoyen Denver, Colo.'' on top flat; steel receiver has bottom serpentine operating lever that drops breechblock/trigger unit for loading/auto extraction, folding adjustable tang peep sight, marked ''Marlin Fire-Arms Co. New Haven CT U.S.A./Patented February 9, 1875./Ballard's Patent Nov. 5, 1861.'' on left side, serial number at bottom front; varnished walnut forend, matching buttstock with crescent steel buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1881-91 with blued barrel, case hardened receiver, lever and buttplate. Condition is fine retaining approx. 95% thinning barrel blue and perhaps 20% silvery mottled case colors. Stocks are sound and smooth showing mild age and use marks especially right butt, worn forearm finish, nice color and most original varnish to buttstock. Action is smooth; bore is brilliant showing excellent rifling. The 1875 patent date was for John Marlin's novel reversible firing pin that accommodated either rimfire or centerfire cartridges; gunsmith George Schoyen succeeded Carlos Gove in 1884, operating his shop in Denver until it was sold to Axel W. Peterson following Schoyen's death in January 1916. Est.: $1,500-$2,500. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456382

Browning BSS Model Field Grade Side-by-Side Shotgun, #03979RP158. 12 ga. 28'' solid matted rib barrels have 3'' chambers and are choked Mod./Full. Boxlock action has double underlug lockup and features the later single selective trigger, auto safety and auto ejector. Blue receiver has light floral and border engraving. Beavertail forend and pistol-grip buttstock are gloss-finish walnut with some figure, have extensive hand-checkering at 20 LPI, and a Pachmayr Whiteline Trap recoil pad fitted. Stock dimensions are 15''x1-1/2''x2-1/2''. Mfg'd in 1978 by Miroku for Browning. Condition is very good as used little in the field. There are numerous very small handling marks to the wood, and some edgewear to the receiver and barrels. Action still locks very tight and functions correctly, bores are bright. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456381

Ithaca-SKB Model 200E Side-by-Side Shotgun, #S6212254. 20 ga. 28'' solid rib barrels have 3'' chambers, target beads, and are choked Mod./Full. Scalloped boxlock action features a single selective trigger, inertia hammers, double underlug lockup, auto safety, and auto ejectors. Receiver is silver nitride/coin finished, and has been thoroughly etched/engraved in a handsome floral pattern; trigger is gold plated. Beavertail forend and pistol-grip buttstock are Standard Grade walnut, with good coverage of checkering, gold plaque inlay, and Whiteline grip cap and buttplate. Stock dimensions are 14''x1-5/8''x2-1/2''. Included is the original SKB box serial numbered to the gun, with owner's manual. Mfg'd in the 1970s in Japan by SKB for Ithaca. Condition is near excellent, with very few marks to wood but some wear to bottom of receiver at carry points; checkering remains sharp. Triggers and ejectors function correctly; bore are bright; action closes tight and shows little wear. Est.: $1,200-$1,500. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456380

Browning Citori Hunter Grade 1 Over/Under Shotgun, #09151RRJ53. 12 ga. 26'' vent rib barrels have 3'' chambers and are choked IC/Mod. Citori boxlock action features single selective trigger, non-auto safety and auto ejectors. Blued receiver is lightly engraved. Full finger-groove forend and pistol-grip buttstock are high gloss Standard Grade walnut with good checkering coverage and original Browning butt pad. Stock dimensions are 14-1/4''x1-5/8''x2-3/8''. Original box serial numbered to the gun is included. Mfg'd 1977 by Miroku in Japan for Browning. Condition is excellent for this early gun, with almost no dings to wood nor wear to metal, and sharp checkering. Action still locks very tight and functions correctly; bores are bright. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456149

Antique Winchester Model 1886 Lever Action Rifle, #89462, .45-70 cal., 26'' half-round/half-octagonal heavy barrel, bead-blade front and elevation-adjustable rear sight, marked with maker's name and address on top flat, caliber at breech; button mag below; marked ''Model 1886'' at upper tang, curved operating lever conforming to oil-stained and checkered pistol-grip buttstock having deluxe flame grain, ebony wedge at grip and shotgun-style steel buttplate, matching forend with checkered diamond grip retained by a steel nosecap. Mfg'd ca. 1894 with blued barrel and mag tube, balance of metal case hardened. Condition is very good retaining no barrel/magazine blue but an added light-brown finish, receiver, hammer, lever and nosecap with good traces of case colors (and added brown finish), buttplate gunmetal gray. Stocks are sound showing 2.75''x.25'' wood loss at left top tang and ding at top of buttstock comb, scattered nicks/marks, worn checkering, later varnish finish. Buttstock may be a replacement as lower receiver tang is .5'' short, but grain, color and condition match and fit is excellent; nosecap missing sling stud at bottom. Action is smooth; bore shows overall roughness and good rifling. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456148

Antique Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action Rifle, 3rd Type, #40591, .40-60 CF cal, 28'' round barrel, dovetailed blade front and adjustable-leaf rear sight, marked with maker's name, address, ''King's Improvement'' and 1856-60 patent dates on top, caliber at breech; full-length tubular mag below; marked ''Model 1876'' with fancy flourishes on upper tang and serial number on lower tang, brass cartridge lifter is marked ''40-60'' with a scratched initial ''B''; oil-stained walnut forend retained by a steel nosecap, matching buttstock with steel crescent buttplate having a sliding door opening to trap. Mfg'd ca. 1883 with blued finish but for case hardened lever and hammer. Condition is very good retaining no original metal finishes but an overall brown patina (likely added later) over light pitting, which has obscured much of the barrel markings; buttplate has heavier pitting. Stocks are sound and smooth with minor marks and later oil finish. Action is smooth; bore shows overall erosion and fair rifling. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456147

Antique Winchester Model 1876 Lever Action Rifle, Late 2nd Type, #19860, .45-60 CF cal, 28'' octagonal barrel, dovetailed blade front and sliding-leaf rear sight, marked with maker's name, address, ''King's Improvement'' and 1856-60 patent dates on top, caliber at breech; full-length tubular magazine below; marked ''Model 1876'' with fancy flourishes on upper tang and serial number on lower tang, brass cartridge lifter is unmarked; oil-stained walnut forend is retained by a steel nosecap, matching buttstock has steel crescent buttplate with sliding door opening to trap. Mfg'd ca. 1881 with blued finish but for case hardened lever and hammer. Condition is very good retaining approx. 75% original blue to receiver sideplates, balance of the metal with no original finishes but an overall smooth brown (added later); the receiver dustcover with rust pitting, right-side receiver and lever with light discoloration. Stocks are sound and smooth having minor marks and a 5'' mended crack to right forearm, 1'' chips to top wrist at frame juncture, and later oil finish. Action is smooth; bore shows overall erosion and very good rifling. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456389

Browning Citori Model 425 Sporting Clays Grade 1 Over/Under Shotgun, #05821NRK13. 12 ga. 28'' barrels are ported, have a 10mm wide vent rib with target beads, 2-3/4'' chambers, and are fitted for Invector Plus choke tubes (Extended IC/IC tubes included). Boxlock action features a single selective adjustable trigger, non-automatic safety, and auto ejectors. Receiver is grayed nitrous finish and has moderate rolled engraving. Full forend with Schnabel tip and pistol-grip buttstock are satin-finished walnut with thorough checkering and a target model ''Decelerator'' recoil pad. Stock dimensions are 14''x1-3/4''x2-1/4''. Includes the original Browning box serial numbered to the gun. Mfg'd in 1997. Condition is excellent, as used little and not completely broken in, with few small handling marks to wood, none to receiver. Barrel blue is quite bright, action locks tight and functions perfectly, bores are bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,400. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456146

Antique Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle, 3rd Type, #363849B, .32 W.C.F. (.32-20) cal., 28'' octagonal barrel, buckhorn open sights, marked with maker's name, address, ''King's Improvement'' and 1856-60 patent dates on top flat, caliber at breech; marked ''Model 1873'' with leaf-like flourishes at upper tang and serial number at lower; brass cartridge lifter is marked ''32 Cal''; oil-stained walnut forend is retained by a steel nosecap, matching buttstock has a steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1891 with blued finish but for case hardened hammer, lever and buttplate. Condition is very good retaining traces of blue in protected areas with overall smooth brown patina, hammer/lever with traces of case colors, buttplate gunmetal gray/brown. Stocks are sound showing occasional nicks/dings, near-deluxe buttstock grain, and nice oil finish. Action is crisp; bore is bright having sharp rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,800. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456388

Winchester Pigeon Grade Lightweight Model 101 Over/Under Shotgun, #PK550460E. 12 ga., 27'' vent rib barrels have target beads, vent rib between barrels, 3'' chambers, and are fitted for later flush-fitting Winchokes (Mod./Full now installed). The 101 boxlock action features a single selective trigger, non-auto safety and auto ejectors. Coin-finished receiver is moderately engraved with flushing game birds surrounded by floral motifs. Beavertail forend and round-knob pistol-grip buttstock are of satin-finished ''C'' Grade walnut, with a large amount of 20 LPI checkering. A Pachmayr ''Old English'' recoil pad is fitted. Stock dimensions are 14-1/4''x1-1/2''x2-1/4''. Gun is contained in a correct Winchester hard case. Mfg'd approx. 1987 by Nikko in Japan for Winchester. Condition is excellent. There are a few handling marks to the wood but little wear to the checkering. There is some light discoloration to the bottom barrel, which should be cleanable. Action and ejectors lock up tight and function correctly; little wear from use is apparent; bores are bright. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456145

Antique Colt Lightning Large-Frame Slide-Action Rifle, #6466, .45-85-285 CF cal., blued 28'' octagonal barrel, with buckhorn style open sights, marked with maker's name, address, and 1883-85-86-87 patent dates in two lines on top flat, and ''45-85-285'' in script at left breech; blued tubular cartridge magazine; blued receiver with sliding bolt is marked with serial number on lower tang; oil-stained two-piece checkered walnut sliding forearm, matching buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd 1894. Condition is very good. Barrel, mag tube and receiver retain approx. 70% thinning blue; buttplate shows a smooth gunmetal patina. Metal with general very light pitting and has been lightly cleaned, leaving some surface scratching. Barrel address is partially obscured but still legible. Stocks are sound and smooth showing light marks of age and use, nice grain and color, and a later coat of varnish. Right side of forend with about a 1'' hairline crack at the lower edge. Action is stout and smooth; bore is lightly pitted with defined rifling. The large-frame Lightning rifle is the scarcest slide-action model Colt; this one is among the very last of the 6,496 made. Est.: $3,000-$5,000. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456387

Winchester Model 96 Xpert Trap Grade Over/Under Shotgun, #K342251. 12 ga. 30'' vent rib barrels have 2-3/4'' chambers, target beads, and are choked Full/Full; both barrels are ported. Boxlock action features a single selective trigger, non-auto safety and auto ejectors. Blued receiver is not engraved. Beavertail forend and pistol-grip Monte Carlo buttstock are red-hued ''B'' Grade walnut, with adequate checkering and a Winchester recoil pad. Stock dimensions are 14-1/2''x1-3/8''x2''. Mfg'd approx. 1980 by Nikko in Japan for Winchester. Condition is very good to near excellent, with few handling marks to wood but little wear to action, which closes tight and functions correctly; bores are bright. Some slight wood compression at rear of receiver. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456144

Antique Colt Medium-Frame Lightning Saddle-Ring Carbine, #40120, .44-40 CF cal., 20'' round barrel, block-blade front and dovetailed flip-up leaf rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1883-85-86-87 patent dates on top, and ''44 Cal.'' at left breech; tube magazine retained by a muzzle band, has sling ring below and checkered walnut sliding forearm; receiver with integral loop trigger guard marked ''40120'' at bottom tang has right-side loading port, top sliding ejection port, left-side ''Rampant Colt'' logo, sling ring and stud; oil-stained walnut buttstock has curved steel carbine buttplate and sling ring at belly. Mfg'd ca. 1889 in full-blued finish but for case hardened hammer. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 92% original glossy deep Colt blue (Rampant Colt logo is light and there are a couple of miniscule marks under the finish at left, a tiny ding at front of mag tube, wear at lower tang and buttplate with scratched ''AWT'' initials), and brilliant hammer case colors. Forearm with sharp checkering, buttstock with chip repair where it joins the frame, minor marks but sound and smooth retaining most original finish. Action is strong and smooth; bore is bright with sharp rifling. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456386

Beretta Model 686 Onyx (Ultralight 687) Over/Under Shotgun, #F49545B. 12 ga. 28'' vent rib barrels have 3'' chambers and are fitted for choke tubes (Mod./Full installed). Boxlock action features a single selective trigger, auto safety and auto ejectors. Receiver and barrels are matte black finished, with gold highlights for the Beretta name. Slender forend and pistol-grip buttstock are red-hued walnut, with good checkering and a Decelerator butt pad. Stock dimensions are 15''x1-1/2''x2-1/4''. Mfg'd approx. 1995. Condition is near excellent showing few handling marks to wood but very little wear to action, which closes tight and functions correctly; bores are bright. Est.: $1,000-$1,400. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456132

Sharps New Model 1863 Metallic Cartridge Conversion Carbine, #C16265, .50-70 CF cal., 22'' blue barrel, case hardened frame, lever, hammer and sideplate; DFC cartouched walnut stock, with blue steel buttplate. After the Civil War the government decided to convert many small arms into metallic cartridge breechloaders; 31,098 Sharps Carbines were converted at this time. This particular example was re-lined and shows the three-groove rifling. They were refinished by the factory at time of alteration and new buttstocks without patch boxes were installed with ''DFC'' (inspector David F. Clark) cartouche. This Carbine shows no indication of originally having a patch box. Condition is fine as converted. Barrel retains approx. 92% lightly thinning blue. Case hardened components are mostly vivid with some silver gray toning, predominantly to the hammer and back portion of lockplate. Screws to left side of frame show mild distortion to slots. Stocks with mild scuffs and scratches over original varnish; cartouche is crisp, with some knackering to the bottom portion of stock and forend. Good action, bore is bright but has a 2.5'' patch of erosion at muzzle. Est.: $3,500-$4,500. (Antique)(Joe Poyer collection)


Lot#: 62456253

IBM M1 Semi-Automatic Carbine, #3961646, .30 Carbine cal., 18'' barrel, parkerized finish, round bolt, walnut stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable aperture on ramp rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S. CARBINE CAL.30 M1''. Receiver tang is marked ''I.B.M.CORP'', and barrel behind front sight is marked ''I.B.M.CORP./P''. Stock sling slot is faintly stamped ''LW-B''. A fair condition U.S.G.I. early green cotton sling and oiler are included. No magazine. Condition overall is very good with over 80% finish remaining on the metal, showing patina spots across the surface of the barrel. Stock has been slightly re-shaped, sanded and refinished, now very good showing a few light handling marks. Action is smooth; bore has a couple of pits near the muzzle, otherwise bright with very good rifling. No visible import marks. Est.: $900-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456374

Carved Custom Lockback Folding Knife, by Suchat Jangtanong, 2.5'' mirror polished ATS-34 blade with carved spine, blade with maker's mark, overall closed length is 3.5''; heat-colored Damascus bolsters are carved along the back edge with gold-colored anodized titanium frame and file-worked spacers; mammoth ivory scales which are partially carved along the back edge; carved lock button. There are a total of three small diamonds on this knife, one on each bolster and a third on the back spacer. Included is the original Certificate of Authenticity that states the knife was completed in May 2014. A very unique knife with its carved features. Overall condition is excellent. Bolsters with a few light handling marks. Never carried or sharpened. Mammoth ivory scales with an attractive natural pattern. Blade operates smoothly and locks up securely. Est.: $500-$800.


Lot#: 62456495

Remington Gamemaster Model 141 Pump Action Rifle, #27211, .35 Rem. cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock, 25-groove forend, with factory checkered steel buttplate. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 92%-94% thinning original blue, with most of the losses at high edges and in actioning areas. Stock exhibits some oil darkening near metal surfaces; comb of stock with small impressions along top edge. Forend with one small ding to left side. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456131

Civil War Springfield Model 1863 Type 1 Percussion Rifle-Musket, NVSN, .58 cal., 40'' round barrel with block-blade front (doubles as bayonet lug) and leaf rear sights, marked ''V/P/(eagle head)'' at left breech and ''1864'' at top; beveled lockplate marked ''(spread-wing eagle)'' and ''U.S./Springfield'' below rounded bolster with eagle motif, ''1863'' at rear; steel furniture includes 3 split bands (middle with sling swivel), two-piece trigger guard with swivel lug at front, curved buttplate marked ''US'' at top screw, 2 lockplate screw escutcheons, nosecap and correct tulip-head ramrod; oil-stained walnut fullstock. Originally finished bright but for case hardened lock and blued rear sight. Condition is very good showing smooth gray metal with scattered minor discoloration and cleaned light erosion; edges and markings are sharp, rear sling swivel and rear sight leaf are missing. Stock is sound with chips out at bottom of butt, has been smoothed/sanded, lacks left-side inspector's cartouche. Action is smooth; bore shows black-powder erosion and only vestigial rifling. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456252

Soviet SVT-40 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #868, 7.62x54Rmm,24.6'' barrel, blackened finish, birchwood stock, hooded post front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight, with cleaning rod. Marked on chamber flat with five-pointed star over ''1943''. Rifle is a post-war arsenal re-build, and a matching serial number is engraved on top of bolt handle and buttplate and stamped into the trigger guard and left side of buttstock. Magazine has a mismatched number engraved and stamped into the left side. Receiver cover was damaged across the top and now shows a crude arsenal repair. Condition overall is very good with over 95% of the dark arsenal refinish remaining on the metal. Wood is very good showing handling marks and flaking to the shellac finish. Action is smooth, bore is very good with very good rifling. Import engraved on right side and rear of receiver. Est.: $1,800-$2,200. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456373

Custom Lock-Back Folding Knife, by Kaj Embretsen, 2.75'' Damascus drop-point blade with file-worked spine and three gold studs for finger traction while opening; overall closed length is 3.75''. Scales are made of what is likely mammoth ivory held in place by gold-colored pins, with Damascus bolsters, file-worked liners and back spacer. Knife is in new condition with a beautiful Damascus pattern, maker marked on the inside of the back spacer. Est.: $1,200-$1,800.


Lot#: 62456494

Winchester Model 670 Bolt Action Rifle, #111452, .270 cal., 19'' barrel, blue finish, press checkered birch stock, factory black plastic buttplate, original iron sights. Topped with a Universal 4x32 scope on Weaver rings and mounts. WWI era 1918 dated leather sling is present. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98%+ original blue, with several very small areas of finish loss just behind the front sight ramp. Stock is excellent as well, with just the lightest marks from handling. Good action, mirror bright bore, clear scope optics. 100-year-old sling is fine; keeper loops appear to be of later mfg. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456130

Antique Springfield Model 1888 Trapdoor Rifle, with Sliding Ramrod Bayonet, #314780, .45-70 Gov't. CF cal., 32-5/8'' round barrel, with block-blade front and windage-elevation adjustable Buffington rear sights, marked ''V/P/(eaglehead)/P'' and ''A'' at breech; trapdoor breechblock is marked ''US/Model/1884'' at hinge; flat lockplate has ''(spread-wing eagle)'' and ''U.S./Springfield'' under latch; steel fittings include loop trigger guard with front sling swivel, curved buttplate with hinged door opening to trap in butt for segmented rod (not present) and marked ''US'' at top screw, 2 spring-retained bands (top with stacking swivel), grooved trigger, integral nosecap and bayonet catch; oil-stained walnut fullstock has rectangular ''SWP'' (Master Armorer and Chief Inspector Samuel W. Porter) over ''1891'' cartouche at left wrist, a fancy encircled ''P'' on belly. Condition is very good, the barrel retains 90% age-toning blue, the balance smooth aged gunmetal. Stock is sound with scattered age and use marks, good cartouche, nice grain and color. Good edges and markings, strong and smooth action, brilliant bore with sharp rifling. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456251

Egyptian FN-49 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #21868, 8x57mm, 23.2'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable leaf rear sight with aperture. Marked on top of receiver ring with Royal Egyptian crest, and on left side ''FABRIQUE NATIONALE D'ARMES DE GUERRE_HERSTAL BELGIQUE''. Replacement steel disc in right side buttstock. Condition overall is very good with over 80% finish remaining on the metal. Wood has been sanded and stained, now dark colored showing a few handling marks. Action is smooth, bore is very good with very good rifling. Import stamped on right side of barrel. Est.: $700-$1,000. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456372

Beautiful Damascus and Ivory Liner-Lock Folding Knife, by Bill Coffey, 3-3/8'' Damascus blade with thumb stud decorated with an inlaid gemstone; overall closed length is 4.5''; Damascus bolsters, smooth ivory scales with gold wire inlays, stainless liners, and gold-colored file-worked back spacer, which is marked on inside with the maker's name, each side finished with what appears to be small diamonds. Knife has a striking Damascus pattern on both the blade and bolsters, and is very well made. Blade operates smoothly and locks up securely. Overall in new condition. Est.: $600-$900.


Lot#: 62456493

Savage Model 1899 Takedown Lever Action Rifle, #187815, .30-30 cal., 20'' tapered barrel, blue finish, walnut stock, with brass bead front, Savage rear, and Marbles tang sight. Mfg'd 1917. Condition is fine with approx. 85% thinning and toning blue to metal surfaces. Walnut stock shows some oil darkening near metal surfaces and minor scuffs and scratches overall. Hard rubber buttplate with Savage logo showing some thinning to checks. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456250

WWII German P.38 Semi-Automatic Pistol, by Spreewerk (cyq), #6826p, 9mm, 5'' barrel, double action, fixed sights, blued finish, black plastic grips, all visible numbers match, ''(eagle)/88'' proof marks, and one wartime ''ac'' marked magazine. Condition is excellent as refinished, all markings and proof marks are crisp and clear. Some evidence of light pitting and dings on slide, and light pitting on barrel muzzle sides, that were not removed prior to refinishing. Top plate over extractor is marked with ''(eagle)/359'' proof. Only light holster wear to the finish on the high edges of the muzzle, slide, and safety lever. Grip plates are post-war replacements, and show some scratching and scuffs overall. Action and hold open function properly; bore is good with some evidence of light pitting, and well defined lands and grooves. Magazine is marked P.38v, ac, and has a faint ''(eagle)/359'' proof on back spine. Mag has been refinished and shows only light use. Includes a post-war West German Police type black leather holster marked with a stamped number ''48'' on rear. Holster is in very nice condition showing a few scuffs and scratches from use. Also included is a small booklet, entitled ''Walther P-38 Pistol'' by Maj. George C. Nonte, with numerous photos and illustrations. Est.: $600-$1,000. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456371

Custom Damascus and Mammoth Ivory Liner-Lock Folding Knife, by Don Maxwell, 3.5'' Robert Eggerling Damascus blade marked ''Maxwell'', featuring a gold-colored thumb stud with inlaid citrine gemstone, overall closed length is 4-5/8''; mammoth ivory scales, Damascus bolsters, file-worked gold-colored liners, gold-plated screws and back spacer. The Damascus pattern, mammoth ivory and gold-colored pieces all complement each other very well. Knife is in new condition. Mammoth ivory with an attractive natural grain pattern. Est.: $700-$900.


Lot#: 62456492

Winchester Model 88 Lever Action Rifle, #27114, .308 cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut stock, with Winchester plastic buttplate. Topped with a Weaver K4 scope on Weaver rings and mounts. Iron sights are retained. Mfg'd 1956. Condition is excellent. Metal surfaces retain almost all of their original blue; bottom of mag and lever show only one very small mark just forward of safety. Checkering to stock is crisp, with just light general impressions to right side in between lever and magazine. Crisp action, bright bore, clear optics. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456370

Custom Liner-Lock Folding Knife, by South African artist Theuns Prinsloo, featuring a 3-1/8'' Damascus drop-point blade with blue and gold-colored thumb stud; overall closed length is 4''; blue stabilized giraffe bone scales, each side with circular mother of pearl inserts and delicately carved hieroglyphics. Titanium-treated bolsters with a file-worked back spacer. Inside of back spacer is signed by the artist and marked with other small glyphs. A beautifully made knife that is in like new overall condition, never carried or sharpened, with a few slight handling marks to the bolsters. Est.: $400-$600.


Lot#: 62456491

Savage Model 99 Lever Action Rifle, #505702, .300 Sav. cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, pistol-grip cheekpiece walnut stock and forend, with black plastic forend and pistol-grip cap as well as buttplate. Topped with Weaver K4 scope on Echo detachable scope mount. Brass bead front and standard rear sight. Mfg'd 1949. Condition is near fine retaining approx. 90% factory blue. Stock has been hobbyist modified with just light scuffs and scratches. Buttplate and caps fit somewhat largely. Good action and bore, clear scope optics. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456490

Custom Liner-Lock Folding Knife, by Bill Coffey of Clovis, CA, 3.25'' Damascus blade with clear gemstone inlaid thumb stud, overall closed length is 4''; scales are made of what is likely mammoth ivory with gold wire inlays, gold-colored titanium liners and file-worked back spacer with seven inlaid clear gemstones. Knife is in new condition. Blade and liner-lock are secure and operate smoothly. Est.: $700-$900.


Lot#: 62456139

Nimschke Style Engraved Smith & Wesson Model 1 3rd Issue Spurtrigger Revolver, #80899, .22 RF Short cal., 3-3/16'' barrel, silver plated with gold-washed hammer and cylinder, and bird's head mother of pearl grips. Revolver shows almost full scroll and punch-dot coverage in Nimschke style. Mfg'd in the mid-1870s. Condition is very good retaining approx. 50% of its age-toned silver plate, and approx. 25% of its gold-washed hammer; very little gold remains on cylinder. Pearl grips remain in fine condition and are iridescent, with several minor inclusions to left panel. Good functioning action with strong tip-up hinge; bore is about fine. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456138

Very Rare Civil War-era Metropolitan Arms Co. Copy of Colt Model 1862 Police Percussion Revolver, #1735, .36 cal., 4.5'' round barrel bears the seldom-encountered ''Metropolitan Arms Co. New-York'' marking in 1 line on top, has screw-hinged and jointed loading lever below (to avoid Colt's patent creeping lever) marked ''1735''; fluted 5-shot cylinder is marked ''1735'' at rebated section, has safety notches at rear face; open-top frame is marked ''1735'' at bottom-front; two-piece brass gripstraps (both marked ''1735''), one-piece varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd ca. 1864-66 with blued barrel and cylinder, case hardened frame, lever and hammer, likely unfinished brass, in only approx. 1,600 qty. Condition is fine retaining approx. 15% smooth but thinning barrel blue, 50% on cylinder, mottled case colors showing on frame while hammer and lever are gunmetal gray, lightly toned brass straps. Grips are smooth and sound showing only lightest age/use marks and 90% original glossy varnish. All visible serial numbers match including wedge, edges and markings are sharp, fitment is tight. Action is crisp; bore shines with scattered discoloration and sharp rifling. This is a very rare Civil War-era pistol. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456259

Springfield Model 1899 Krag Bolt Action Carbine, #346796, .30-40 cal., 22'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, 1900 cartouched walnut stock, smooth steel buttplate with trap, finger-groove walnut forend area and upper handguard, with 1901 type ''C'' marked Carbine rear sight. Condition is very good to near fine. Barrel shows approx. 85% thinning and toning blue. Case hardened components to receiver have toned a silvery grey and show very little of their original colors. Niter-blue to extractor has thinned and shows faint traces of that vibrant color. Stock shows nice fiddleback type grain throughout most of its length; small to just moderate scuffs and dings show overall, more pronounced as witness marks to right side of forend area. Action is crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (C&R)(Joe Poyer collection)


Lot#: 62456137

Antique Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver, 4th Type, #204140, .36 cal., 7.5'' octagonal barrel marked with the one-line ''New-York U.S. America'' address, round 6-shot cylinder roll-engraved with naval battle scene; open-top frame marked ''Colts/Patent'' at lower left, two-piece brass gripstraps marked ''36 Cal'' at left trigger guard bolster, one-piece varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd ca. 1868 with blued barrel and cylinder, case hardened frame, lever and hammer, silver-plated straps. Condition is very good retaining no original finishes but an overall gunmetal gray/brown age patina having scattered light-to-moderate pitting and discoloration, brass has been cleaned. Grips are sound with small chips at either heel, two filled thru-holes each side, light marks and no finish. Visible serial numbers match (wedge is a correct Colt part #68871), cylinder scene is not visible, but matching ''4140'' is. Action is crisp; bore shows overall moderate black-powder etching, sharp rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456379

Beretta Model 471 Silver Hawk Side-by-Side Shotgun, #S08083A. 12 ga. 28'' barrels have 3'' chambers and are fixed choked IC/IM. Boxlock action locks via dual underlugs and features a single selective trigger, automatic safety and auto ejectors. Internal surfaces are machine turned. Receiver is satin chrome, lightly engraved with floral motifs that extend to the top tang; a gold hawk's head is inlaid on the operating lever. Splinter forend and straight grip buttstock are of satin-finished Circassian walnut in a ''marble cake'' pattern, fully checkered at 22 LPI, with red Decelerator recoil pad fitted. Stock dimensions are 14-1/2''x1-3/8''x2-1/4''. Mfg'd 2004. Condition is excellent, with only action wear to breech face, no marks to wood, and perfect operation of the action itself, which locks tight; bore are mirror bright. Gun itself appears unfired. Est.: $2,500-$3,000. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456136

Spencer Repeating Carbine, #16359, .50 RF cal., 22'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, walnut stock and forend, standard front and rear sight, with bar and ring to left side of frame. This post-war alteration done by the Springfield Armory (1867-1874) was fitted with a three-groove sleeve to the existing barrel, thus taking the caliber from .52 to .50 RF. Carbine additionally features the ''Stabler Cutoff'' just forward the trigger so the Carbine made be used as a single shot rifle keeping the breech from opening completely. Walnut stock with ''ESA'' inspector markings in oval cartouche just behind saddle ring. Condition is near fine as arsenal refinished at time of conversion; approx. 35% blue remains to barrel. Case colors show over 40% vivid hues having mostly toned/silvered out in the less protected areas of frame, lever, lockplate and hammer. Magazine feed tube is excellent showing only the lightest carbon spotting to bright metal surfaces. Stocks are very good with light marks, oil darkening near metal surfaces, and possibly a light additional coat of varnish, which may date to the time of refurbishment. Action is good, bore is bright. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (Antique)(Joe Poyer collection)


Lot#: 62456378

Beretta Model 686 White Onyx Field Grade Over/Under Shotgun, #F45537B. 12 ga. 28'' vent rib barrels have 3'' chambers and are fitted for Beretta Mobile chokes (IC/Mod. installed). Boxlock action features single selective trigger, automatic safety and auto ejectors. Receiver has a matte blue finish and has light engraving of Beretta logos. Finger-groove forend and pistol-grip buttstock are of red hue Field Grade walnut, with matte finish, good checkering coverage, metal grip cap and original Beretta butt pad. Stock dimensions are 14-1/2''x1-1/2''x2-3/8''. Mfg'd 1989. Condition is near excellent as lightly used. Wood has several handling marks, and action shows light wear, closes tight and functions perfectly; bores are mirror bright. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456499

Sporterized Mauser K98 Bolt Action Rifle, #7228D, 7x57mm, 22'' barrel, blue finish, machine-turned bolt, European made pistol-grip cheekpiece walnut stock with Schauble forend, black plastic buttplate and pistol grip cap. Topped with a Bushnell Scope Chief II with Redfield rings on one-piece Redfield scope mount. Sling swivel eyelets are present. Condition is fine as sporterized, retaining approx. 98% of an immersion type blue. Stock with light overall scuffs and scratches from field use. Good action, bright bore. Top of barrel marked ''W.A. Sukalle-Gunmaker, Phoenix, Ariz.'' Est.: $450-$650. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456135

Antique Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Carbine, with 1877 Improvements, #187771 (star), .45-70 Gov't. CF cal., 22'' round barrel, pinned block-blade front and long range sliding-leaf rear (marked ''C'' for Carbine) sights, marked ''V/P/(eagle head)/P'' at breech; ''low-arch'' trapdoor breechblock is marked ''US/Model/1884'' at hinge; flat lockplate has ''(spread-wing eagle)'' and ''U.S./Springfield'' under latch; steel fittings include sling ring and bar attached to left side opposite lock, two-piece trigger guard, curved buttplate having sliding door opening to trap in butt marked ''US'' at top screw, 1 spring-retained barrel band with sling swivel; oil-stained long-comb walnut halfstock. Mfg'd ca. 1877-78. Condition is very good retaining a smooth blue-brown patina overall, the trigger guard being a brownish color. Stock is sound and smooth likely having been sanded and with a left-side hole where band spring enters, no left-wrist inspector's cartouche, and a pleasing reddish oil-stained finish. Sharp edges and markings, strong and smooth action, bore shines with light frosting toward muzzle and good rifling. The serial number and 1884-dated breechblock suggest a composite gun, but otherwise it appears to be as originally configured; perhaps the ''star'' marking holds the answer. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456377

Browning Model 42 High Grade V Slide-Action Shotgun, #01678NZ982. .410 bore 26'' vent rib barrel has a 3'' chamber and is choked Full. Slide Action is nearly identical to a Winchester 42, but includes a sear interrupter. The deep blue receiver is finely engraved with hunting scenes surrounded by scroll borders, and features five gold inlaid birds and two pointers. The Select Grade walnut in the target forend and pistol-grip buttstock is high-gloss finished, then hand-checkered in a double diamond pattern at 22 LPI; original Browning buttplate is included. Stock dimensions are 14''x1-1/2''x2-1/2''. Includes original Browning box with owner's manual. Mfg'd 1991 by Miroku for Browning. Condition is as new, with no marks to wood or metal and virtually no wear to action, which locks tight and functions correctly; bore is bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,500. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456498

Weatherby MK V Bolt Action Rifle, #1427, .300 Wea. mag. cal., 26.5'' barrel marked ''Chrome Lined'', blue finish, black stained wooden stock, Mauser action with machine-turned bolt release, bolt, extractor and follower. Topped with a Zeiss DIAVARI-C 3-9x36 scope on early Leupold mounts and tip-off rings. Condition is excellent retaining almost all its original blue. Stock with minor scratches behind upper tang. Crisp action, bright bore, clear optics. Est.: $800-$1,000. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456134

Springfield Model 1877 Trapdoor Carbine, #77430, .45-70 cal., 22'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, 1873 dated sideplate and breechblock (2nd type marking), three-click hammer notch, 1877 Allin cartouched walnut stock, steel buttplate with rotating compartment door for three-piece cleaning rod and headless shell extractor, which are present; standard front and very scarce serrated step rear variation of the Model 1877 2nd Form Carbine sight, which according to collectors, are found on less than six known examples. Standard ''V/P/(eaglehead)/P'' proof marks to left side of chamber area. Condition is very good. Blue area of barrel has toned mostly brown but still retains approx. 75% blue. Hammer shows equal amounts of finish; sideplate shows approx. 60% with some moderate pitting near forward portion. Markings are crisp and clear. Case hardened breechblock has toned to approx. 45%-50% having mostly toned gray and silver. Stock shows relatively readable cartouches, with oil darkening, scuffs and scratches, and dark area to forward right side of forend as though it had been near a campfire. Good functioning action, bore is at least fine. Est.: $2,500-$4,000. (Antique)(Joe Poyer collection)


Lot#: 62456376

Engraved Custom Folding Knife, by Scott Sawby, Sandpoint, ID, 2-5/8'' drop-point maker marked blade with nail nick, featuring a Sawby lock action; overall closed length is 3-7/8''; stainless handle is engraved with multiple fishing scenes and signed ''S. Pilkington'', with inlaid black pearl scales. The fine engraving is very nicely done. Knife is in new condition. Est.: $1,000-$1,500.


Lot#: 62456497

Browning BLR Lightweight 81 Lever Action Rifle, #03831MX341, 7mm-08 cal., 20'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered mahogany stocks, with factory rubber butt pad and standard sights. Weaver scope mounts to top of frame. Made in Japan by Miroku. Condition is excellent with only the lightest marks from handling, appearing as new. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456133

Antique Sharps Lever Action Heavy Barrel Sporting Rifle, likely altered from a Sharps Civil War percussion Carbine by the E.C. Meacham Arms Co. of St. Louis, ca. 1880s, #C L 498, .44 CF cal., unmarked 30.5'' heavy octagonal barrel (no. 4 or possibly no. 5 weight), dovetailed long blade with fleur-de-lis terminal front sight and dovetailed plain open rear sight; ''Straight Breech'' receiver had all Sharps markings removed at time of alteration except ser. no. on top tang and maker's name and 1848 patent date at left side; serpentine trigger guard; oil-stained walnut forearm is retained by 2 screws, matching buttstock has iron crescent buttplate with cutout for patchbox lid (but no patchbox), filler plate at left wrist where rear sling bar mount originally was, bottom plate for trigger and lever catch. Condition is fine as altered, the barrel retaining approx. 90% military-style blue, the lever and trigger plate with 90% deep blue, balance of the metal being a smooth blue-brown (likely having been refinished at time of alteration). Stocks are sound and smooth, the forend a Meacham replacement but both show nice coloration and smooth finishes. Action is strong and smooth; bore is brilliant with defined rifling. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456254

Rock-Ola M1 Semi-Automatic Carbine, #4604649, .30 Carbine cal., 18'' barrel, parkerized finish, round bolt, walnut stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable aperture on ramp rear sight, with an early U.S.G.I. cotton sling and oiler. Marked on chamber ''U.S.CARBINE CAL.30 M1''. Receiver tang is marked ''ROCK-OLA''. Barrel behind front sight marked ''UNDERWOOD 3-44(flaming bomb)''. Right side of buttstock is marked ''W.R.A./G.H.D.'' next to a U.S. Ordnance Dept. ''Wheel'' cartouche stamp. A ''.U.'' symbol has been carved in the left side of the buttstock. No magazine. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 85% original finish, now toning darker, showing some patina on the bolt and buttplate. Forend has a crack forward of the band, otherwise wood is very good with the finish darkening from age, showing dents and other handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. No visible import marks. Est.: $1,200-$1,600. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456375

Custom Button-Lock Flipper Folding Knife, by Brian Tighe, 3.5'' drop-point blade with dual thumb stud and maker's mark, overall closed length is 4.5''; titanium frame, a portion of which is grooved, edges are anodized giving it a bluish/purple color, and include the carry clip. Knife is in new condition. Blade operates smoothly and locks up securely. Titanium frame with a few insignificant handling marks. Est.: $600-$900.


Lot#: 62456496

Pre-Warning Ruger No. 3 Lever Action Carbine, #130-55175, .45-70 cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish, straight-grip walnut stock and forend, brass beaded blade front sight, folding rear sight, and tang-mounted safety. Top of barrel is factory drilled and tapped for a scope mount; left side of barrel is marked ''MADE IN THE 200TH YEAR OF AMERICAN LIBERTY''. Mfg'd 1975. Condition is excellent, appearing lightly used, retaining approx. 99% original factory blue, with a few tiny indentations to the wood. Excellent action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $800-$1,000. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456165

Harrington & Richardson 1907 Polychrome Calendar, with artwork by R. Farrington Elwell, featuring a Native American hunter in cold climate with H&R break-top revolver, fishing spear, and snow shoes. Overall size measures 14''x26.5'', neatly framed and suspended under glass. Condition is near excellent showing just the lightest fade to the lower portion of the image. Calendar pages for Jan.-Feb. have been removed. Both the top and bottom suspension bands are present. Very small areas of crazing to right edge and several 1/8'' tears to left edge, with minor evidence of creasing to middle. Est.: $3,500-$5,000. (Doug Beneck collection)


Lot#: 62456164

Large Bronze Recast of the ''Bronco Buster'', by Frederic Remington (1861-1909), numbered #23/100, 19''Lx11''Wx36''H. Considered the world's most famous bronze, as it was presented by Frederic Remington as a gift to Pres. Theodore Roosevelt. Condition is excellent showing great detail. Est.: $1,200-$1,800.


Lot#: 62456163

Winchester Model 1895 Takedown Lever Action Rifle, #67175 B, .30 U.S. CF cal., 28'' tapered round barrel, pinned bead-blade front sight (rear dovetail lead-filled), marked ''Nickel Steel Barrel/Especially for Smokeless Powder'' and cal. at left; takedown receiver has unique box mag and jointed operating lever below, Lyman-marked receiver sight, is stamped with maker's name, address and numerous patent dates at left, ''Model 1895/Winchester'' upper tang, ''67175 /B'' lower tang; oil-stained Schnabel forend has ebony insert, matching buttstock with crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1912 with full-blued finish. Condition is very good retaining approx. 60% thinning barrel blue, receiver/mag 40% blue mixing with brown patina, buttplate gunmetal gray. Stocks with normal use dings and pleasing oil finish. Action is smooth; bore is bright with overall frosting and excellent rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456162

Winchester Model 1894 Takedown Lever Action Rifle, #310350, .25-35 cal., 22'' tapered round nickel steel barrel, blue finish, case hardened frame, lever, hammer and barrel extension; adjustable double set triggers; pistol-grip walnut stock with shotgun butt having Winchester logo'd hard rubber buttplate; later bright bead front and standard rear sights. Mfg'd 1917. Condition is excellent as restored with some thinning near chamber area. Frame, lever and hammer retain most of their deep case colors. Replacement stock and forend have been machine checkered to somewhat select walnut blanks. Double set triggers need adjustment. Action is smooth, bore is very good. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456161

Antique Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle, #65962, .30 W.C.F. (.30-30) cal., 24'' half-round/half-octagonal barrel, bead-blade front and elevation adjustable rear sight, marked with maker's name and address on top flat, ''Nickel Steel Barrel/Especially for Smokeless Powder'' at left angled flat, caliber at breech; button mag below; marked ''Model 1894/Winchester'' at upper tang, curved operating lever conforming to oil-stained pistol-grip buttstock with semi-deluxe grain, ''Winchester Repeating Arms Co.'' oval hard rubber grip cap and shotgun-style steel buttplate, matching forend with checkered diamond grip retained by a steel nosecap. Mfg'd ca. 1896 with full-blued finish, case hardened hammer, lever and buttplate. Condition is near fine retaining approx. 75% barrel blue thinning and mixing with brown, buttplate and receiver gunmetal gray (traces of blue to lower tang), hammer and lever with dark mottled case colors. Nicely-grained stocks are sound showing occasional nicks/marks, nearly-obliterated checkering, later oil finish. Action is smooth; bore shows overall roughness and fair rifling. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456160

Winchester Model 1886 Takedown Lever Action Rifle, #128377, .33 WCF cal., 24'' round nickel steel barrel, blue finish, straight smooth walnut stock and forend, crescent steel buttplate, Lyman copper bead front sight and standard rear sight. Mfg'd 1902. Condition is very good retaining approx. 40% thinning and toning blue. Stock has been moderately sanded and fits fractionally small. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456169

Winchester ''They Are Hitters'' Poster, featuring three mallards in flight against a light blue sky. Approx. 26''x15.5'', with the red Winchester logo at the bottom advertising ''Factory Loaded Shells/loaded with/Black and Smokeless Powders/manufactured by Winchester Repeating Arms Co./New Haven, Conn./New York. San Francisco.'', showing boxes of shotshells and shooters at each corner. Condition is near excellent with suspension bands intact. Edges show minor losses and wear with slight discoloration, and more noticeable creases to the bottom. There is a small loss of finish at the bottom right above shooters. Released in 1904, this is the first poster promoting shotguns and shotshells. Est.: $1,500-$2,500. (Doug Beneck collection)


Lot#: 62456168

Desirable Winchester ''The Cock of the Woods'' Poster, produced in 1905, approx. 25.75''x15.5'', featuring a detailed turkey gobbler in woodlands scene. The Winchester logo is in bright red at the bottom promoting four colorful loaded Winchester shotshells. Both suspension bands remain intact. Condition is excellent with brilliant and vibrant colors remaining, and only one small blemish to the upper left corner. Nicely framed and matted. One of the most sought after of Winchester posters. Est.: $4,000-$6,000. (Doug Beneck collection)


Lot#: 62456167

U.S. Cartridge Co. Advertising Poster, entitled ''The Black Shells'', and featuring their Romax, Climax and Ajax shotgun shells at the bottom. The image is of a hawk attacking a green teal drake in flight. Approx. 30''x19-3/8''. Condition is near excellent retaining both its suspension bands. There are several creases and fold marks throughout, particularly at the top and bottom, but no tears to the edges. Back has been reinforced and under blacklight shows restorative touchup areas to top and bottom of poster that is not visible to the naked eye. The vibrant colors and details remain strong to this highly collectible work of art. Est.: $6,000-$8,000. (Doug Beneck collection)


Lot#: 62456166

1927 Winchester Wall Calendar, featuring hunter on snow shoes, holding a Winchester Model 1894 rifle and removing his glove with his teeth as he sees a big buck and doe, while wearing a red checkered coat; ''Winchester'' in red on yellow sky as sun sets, from a painting by Frank Stick. Measures 14''x26.75''. Condition is excellent. Top suspension bar is present. Calendar has had all months removed up to December. All colors are vivid. Four remaining staples show no corrosion. Edges show water damage that have been effectively restored and visible only under blacklight. In 3'' wide red oak frame which shows well with this image. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Doug Beneck collection)


Lot#: 62456154

Antique Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver, #34804, .45 Colt CF cal., 7.5'' round barrel, standard sights, maker's name and Hartford address flanked by dashes in one-line on top, right-side ejector rod assembly with ''bullseye'' head; fluted 6-shot round cylinder marked ''4804'' on rear periphery, tiny ''C'' and ''B'' (perhaps ''8'') on rear face; open-top frame has the three-line 1871-72-75 patent dates at left, screw-retained cylinder axle, right-side hinged loading gate correctly batch-marked ''779'', two-piece steel gripstraps (marked ''45 Cal'' at left bolster) with one-piece oil-finished walnut grip. Civilian model, without military inspectors' marks. Mfg'd ca. 1877 with full-blued finish, case hardened frame and hammer. Condition is very good retaining no original metal finishes but an overall dark gunmetal gray, with traces of blue in protected areas and bright trigger blue, with scattered light pitting, especially at muzzle, frame sides and topstrap, clear markings and sharp edges. Grips are sound having 1'' of chipping and quarter-inch loss at left heel, small loss at right heel, battering at butt, light wear and smooth finish. Cylinder axle screw is a replacement. Visible numbers match; action is crisp; bore is clean showing overall frosting, minor erosion in grooves, especially at muzzle, and very good rifling. Est.: $2,800-$3,600. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456396

Smith & Wesson Model 1026 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TFD6131, 10mm, double/single action, 5'' barrel, stainless steel, wraparound checkered black synthetic S&W grips, white three-dot sights, decocker, semi-bobbed hammer, with 9-rd. S&W magazine. Condition is very good. Metal shows very few handling marks, but there are tiny blemishes/rough spots to the right side slide serrations. Grips show moderate handling use, with some flattening and small impressions to the lower right and back edge. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $800-$1,000. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456153

Antique Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver, #19592, .45 Colt CF cal., 7.5'' round barrel, standard sights, early-type slanted maker's name and Hartford address flanked by crosses in one-line on top, right-side ejector rod assembly with ''bullseye'' head; fluted 6-shot round cylinder marked ''9592'' on rear periphery, tiny ''C'' and ''N'' on rear face; open-top frame has the two-line 1871-72 patent dates at left, screw-retained cylinder axle, right-side hinged loading gate correctly batch-marked ''1743'', two-piece steel gripstraps with one-piece oil-finished walnut grip. Civilian model, without military inspectors' marks. Mfg'd ca. 1875 with full-blued finish, case hardened frame and hammer. Condition is very good retaining no original metal finishes but an overall smooth gunmetal gray, clear markings and sharp edges. Grips are sound having a half-inch sliver at upper right, light wear, a couple minor dings, and smooth finish. Visible numbers match; action is crisp; bore is clean showing light frosting, minor erosion in grooves, and fine rifling. Est.: $2,500-$3,000. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456395

Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model SD40 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #SDC0023, .40 S&W cal., double/single action, 4.25'' barrel, combination matte/satin stainless steel, checkered wraparound black composite S&W grips, white three-dot sights including a rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation; bobbed hammer, decocker, and includes one 9-rd. S&W magazine. This limited production pistol was mfg'd as part of S&W's stocking dealer program, and it is believed that a little over 200 of these pistols were mfg'd with the SDC serial number prefix. Pistol is in excellent like new overall condition and appears to have been handled and fired very little. Smooth action, bright bore. Est.: $1,600-$2,200. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456152

Antique Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army Revolver, #25537, .45 Colt CF cal., 7.5'' round barrel, standard sights, maker's name and Hartford address flanked by dashes in one-line on top, right-side ejector rod assembly with ''bullseye'' head; fluted 6-shot round cylinder marked ''5537'' on rear periphery, tiny ''C'' at rear face; open-top frame has the two-line 1871-72 patent dates at left, screw-retained cylinder axle, right-side hinged loading gate correctly batch-marked ''4182'', two-piece steel gripstraps with one-piece oil-finished walnut grip. Civilian model, without military inspectors' marks. Mfg'd ca. 1876 originally with full-blued finish, case hardened frame and hammer. Condition is very good retaining traces of barrel blue, otherwise no original metal finishes but an overall gunmetal gray-brown showing scattered light erosion, clear markings and sharp edges. Grips are sound having a very small sliver at left heel, 3 punch-dot initials to left side, light wear and smooth finish. Barrel may have been cleaned as patina doesn't match the rest of the pistol. Visible numbers match; action is crisp; bore is bright showing light erosion and sharp rifling. Est.: $2,800-$3,600. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456273

Smith & Wesson Model 1917 Double Action Revolver, #49813, .45 ACP cal., 5.5'' barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut grips, lanyard loop in butt, with flaming bomb proof mark to upper left side of frame; bottom of barrel marked ''U.S. Property''. Ca.1917-18. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 97% original blue, with small scratches to the barrel near muzzle, very light wear to finish at highpoints of cylinder, and very light index mark as well. Grips with just the lightest knackering to both panels. Good action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456394

Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model PC1911 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #JMB1794, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, combination matte/satin stainless finish, slide with front and rear serrations, textured hardwood grips by RoCo,both with slight palm swells; dovetailed blade front sight and square-notched Wilson Combat rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation; skeletonized hammer and trigger, with an 8-rd. Blued-steel S&W magazine. Sights, grip safety, ambidextrous thumb safety and other small parts are blued. In original locking Performance Center gun case with matching numbered end label, cable lock, bushing wrench, owner's manual, fired test case, S&W wrapping paper, and misc. factory paperwork. Condition is near excellent as lightly used, with intermittent slight scratches and small handling marks to the frame and slide. Grips are like new. Tight smooth action, bright bore rates as near excellent overall. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456151

Winchester Model 1873 Rimfire Lever Action Rifle, #255626B, .22 Short cal., 24'' octagonal barrel, blue finish, case hardened lever and hammer, smooth straight walnut stock, with crescent steel buttplate; brass bead front and non-original rear sight. Mfg'd 1888. Condition is fine retaining approx. 90% thinning and toning blue, with most of the losses to top of frame. Screw slots remain mostly straight and true, with the exception of the lifter block return screw at bottom of frame. Stock with light scratches and oil darkening; however, stock fits well, has not been sanded, and forend shows more pronounced oil darkening and varnish loss. Good action, very good bore. This rifle would benefit only with the installation of a correct rear sight. Est.: $2,500-$4,000. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456393

CZ 75 Tactical Sport Orange Semi-Automatic Pistol, #D343613, .40 S&W cal., single action only, 5.2'' barrel, black finish, checkered and grooved orange aluminum grips, checkered aluminum mag release, left side of frame with thumb rest, adjustable sights include a red fiber-optic front and square-notched rear; skeletonized hammer, flared mag well, and three (3) 17-rd. Tactical Sports magazines with orange aluminum base plates. In original black plastic case with matching numbered end label, cable lock, owner's manual, mag loader, cleaning accessories, lubricating oil, several additional springs and other small parts. Pistol is in excellent like new overall condition and appears to have been handled and fired very little. Action is extremely smooth, bore is mirror bright with strong rifling. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Modern)(Not available to Calif. residents)


Lot#: 62456150

Winchester Model 92 Lever Action Rifle, #904707, .25-20 W.C.F. cal., 24'' octagonal barrel, dovetailed blade front and sliding-elevation rear sight, marked with maker's name, address and 1884 patent date on left-angled flat and cal. at breech; full-length mag tube below; marked ''Model 92/Winchester'' on upper tang, serial number on lower front; oil-stained walnut forend retained by a steel nosecap, matching buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1920 with full blued finish. Condition is near fine retaining approx. 85% barrel blue, mag tube 50% blue with spots of roughness and a shallow impression at mid-point, receiver and lever have a smooth blue/brown patina (enhanced with later finish), 80% deep hammer blue, sharp edges and markings. Sound and smooth stocks show minor marks, pleasing grain, color and finish. Action is smooth; bore is brilliant having light frosting toward muzzle and sharp rifling. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456392

Smith & Wesson Performance Center 45 Recon Semi-Automatic Pistol, with Matching Numbered Knife, #REC0230, .45 ACP cal., double/single action, 4.25'' Match Grade ported barrel, matte black finish, alloy frame, stippled black rubber S&W grips, white three-dot sights, front and rear slide serrations, ambidextrous decocker, with one 7-rd. S&W magazine. In an original lockable Performance Center case with S&W wrapping paper and trigger lock. Also included is a S&W Performance Center folding knife that is numbered to the pistol. Knife with black finish, 3.75'' tonto blade marked ''Smith & Wesson Performance Center''. Knife is in its original S&W box. Pistol is in excellent very lightly used condition, retaining approx. 99% original factory metal finish. Grips with a few light handling marks. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Knife is in new condition, never carried or sharpened. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456391

Benelli Model M2 Tactical Semi-Automatic Shotgun, #M820619X. 12 ga., 18-1/2'' plain barrel has fully-adjustable aperture sights, 3'' chamber, and is fitted for Benelli ''Crio'' choke tubes (IC installed). The Benelli inertia-driven action handles 2-3/4'' and 3'' shells interchangeably, and the magazine holds five rounds. Receiver finish is non-reflective black, to match the finger-groove forend and full pistol-grip buttstock, both made of high-strength synthetic material, with provisions for a sling. Stock dimensions are 14-1/2''x1-3/4''x3'' along sighting line. Mfg'd approx. 2005. Condition is as new and used very little. There are no surface abrasions, action functions correctly, and bore is mirror bright. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456390

Browning ''Light Twelve'' Model Semi-Automatic Shotgun, #71G58933. 12 ga. 28'' vent rib barrel has a 2-3/4'' chamber and is choked Mod. Auto-Five action includes all features, including speed loading, magazine cutoff, and gold-plated trigger. Blued receiver has light floral and border engraving. Finger-groove forend and pistol-grip buttstock are of light-colored walnut with some nice figure, high-gloss finished with no grip cap and the original Browning/FN buttplate. Mfg'd 1971 in Belgium. Condition is original and excellent, showing only a few small handling marks to wood, almost no wear to the blue, and snappy action operation; bore is mirror bright. A really nice Auto-Five. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456159

2nd Model Winchester 1873 Lever Action Rifle, #7973, .44-40 cal., 24'' octagonal barrel, blue and case hardened finish, straight-grip checkered walnut stock and smooth crescent steel buttplate, standard front and rear sight, thumbprint mortise dustcover, plugged saddlering loop hole to left side of frame as is standard for this variation. Mfg'd 1875. Condition is excellent as restored. New barrel has been roll marked to mimic original barrel and retains approx. 97% blue with some thinning just above forend cap. Frame, lever and hammer retain almost all of their deep rich case colors. Replacement stock and forend have been machine checkered to somewhat select walnut blanks. Action is smooth, bore is bright. A nice representative low-number early-version of the Gun that Won the West. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456158

Antique Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Saddle-Ring Carbine, 3rd Type, #148728 A, .44-40 CF cal., 20'' round barrel, fixed open sights, marked with maker's name, address, ''King's Improvement'' and 1856-60 patent dates on top; receiver with separate sideplates features right loading port, left saddle ring/stud, top ejection with sliding dustcover, is marked ''Model 1873'' with leaf-like flourishes at upper tang and serial number at lower; brass cartridge lifter is marked ''44 Cal''; oil-stained walnut forend is retained by a steel band, matching buttstock has a steel carbine buttplate with sliding door opening to trap. Mfg'd ca. 1884 with blued finish, case hardened hammer,lever and buttplate. Condition is good retaining traces of blue in protected areas (40% blue to right sideplate) else overall smooth gunmetal gray-brown patina (light nicks to barrel/mag tube, small dent in middle of mag. tube). Stocks are sound showing moderately heavy nicks/dings, added light varnish. Action is crisp; bore is bright showing erosion and very good rifling. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456157

Marlin Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle, #263221, .32-20 CF cal., 24'' octagonal barrel, dovetailed blade front and long adjustable open rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1887-89-93 patent dates in 2 lines on top flat and ''32-20'' at breech; full-length mag tube below; marked ''Marlin Safety'' flanked by feather-like finials on topstrap, ''263221'' at bottom front and ''Model/1894'' on upper tang; varnished walnut forend is retained by a steel nosecap, matching buttstock has a steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1903 with blued barrel, magazine, dustcover and case hardened receiver, lever, hammer and buttplate. Condition is fine retaining approx. 40% original barrel/mag tube blue (nicks at address), thinning and mixing with brown patina, balance of the metal being smooth gunmetal gray with good traces of mottled case colors. Stocks are sound showing scattered nicks/dings and an added coat of varnish. Edges and markings are sharp; action is smooth; bore is clean showing overall light oxidation and fine rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456399

Smith & Wesson Model 39-2 ASP Semi-Automatic Pistol, #A216522, 9mm, 3.5'' barrel, matte blue finish, clear Lexan cartridge counter grips, with three (3) ASP magazines, brown leather holster by Alessi, the original and a copy of the ASP owner's manual. Pistol was developed by Armament Systems and Procedures in the early 1970s. Pistol also features a rounded hammer, ''gutter snipe'' yellow rear sight and no front sight. Designed by Paris Theodore, this type pistol represents one of the first major breakthroughs in non-snag concealable firearms. S&W frame dates from 1974. Condition is excellent as modified by ASP, retaining approx. 97% original finish with light wear in actioning areas of barrel shroud. Strong front and back strap. Lexan grips are excellent. Action is crisp, bore is bright. Holster appears near new. Est.: $3,500-$5,000. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456156

Marlin Model 1893 Lever Action Rifle, #205342, .38-55 CF cal., 26'' round barrel, dovetailed blade front and long adjustable open rear sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1887-89-93 patent dates in 2 lines on top, ''Special Smokeless Steel'' to left of rear sight and ''38-55'' at breech; full-length mag tube below; receiver is marked ''Marlin Safety'' flanked by feather-like finials on topstrap, ''205342'' at bottom front and ''Model/1893'' on upper tang; varnished walnut forend is retained by a steel nosecap, matching buttstock has a steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1900 with blued barrel, magazine, dustcover and case hardened receiver, lever, hammer and buttplate. Condition is very good+ retaining approx. 20% original barrel/magazine blue, thinning and mixing with brown patina, balance of the metal shows 15-20% mottled case colors, silvering out> Stocks are sound showing scattered nicks/dings (2-3 losses at toe of butt) and much original finish. Edges and markings are sharp; action functions but hammer doesn't hold cock; bore is bright with sharp rifling. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456398

Smith & Wesson Performance Center Doug Koenig Professional Series Model 1911-2 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #DKC0286, .38 Super cal., 5'' barrel, combination matte/satin stainless steel, blued grip safety, sights, and other small parts; black micarta grips, each with Doug Koenig logo, as well as the right rear portion of the slide; blade front sight and square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation; match trigger, Doug Koenig speed hammer, ambidextrous thumb safety, and right side of frame with Performance Center logo. No magazine. In lockable Performance Center case with cable lock, bushing wrench, additional recoil spring, fired test case, pair of checkered double diamond black rubber S&W grips, owner's manual and S&W wrapping paper. Mfg'd only in 2005. Condition is excellent, appearing near new, with only minor handling marks to the grips and metal. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Overall a lightly used pistol. Est.: $1,600-$2,200. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456155

Antique Colt Lightning Medium-Frame Rifle, #79971, .38-40 CF cal., 26'' octagonal barrel, buckhorn-style open sight, marked with maker's name, address and 1883-85-86-87 patent dates on top flat, ''38 Cal.'' at breech; full-length 15-shot mag tube below; marked ''79971'' on lower tang; sliding oil-stained two-piece walnut forearm with double-line bordering, matching buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Factory letter states shipped to V.A.&C. 2937, London, England, on May 23, 1896, 10 guns in shipment. Condition is very good retaining approx. 25% original blue, thinning and mixing with brown and having scattered oxidation, especially to receiver, buttplate is gunmetal gray. Stocks are sound with age and use marks, especially to left wrist of buttstock, which has nice flame grain. Action is smooth; bore is clean with overall frosting and fine rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456397

Les Baer Custom S.R.P. ''Swift Response'' Semi-Automatic Pistol, #LB46123, .45 ACP cal., 5'' Match Grade barrel, black Dupont S finish, checkered cocobolo grips, each grip with laser engraved Les Baer logo. Pistol features front and rear slide serrations, skeletonized hammer and trigger, red fiber-optic front sight and two-dot night sight. No magazine. In original box with matching numbered end label, owner's manual, cloth patch, misc. factory paperwork, extra grip screws, firing pin springs, small parts, and the original pair of fully checkered cocolobo wood grips. Also includes the wood presentation case, glass lid with etched Les Baer logo in lower right corner. Condition is fine showing signs of moderate handling and range use, retaining approx. 97% finish with some edgewear; upper left side of slide with light scuffs and scratches. Factory lettering is crisp, laser-engraved grips are like new. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Wood display case is excellent; exterior with a few small surface nicks and scratches. Est.: $1,600-$2,000. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456187

L.C. Smith Field Grade Side-by-Side Shotgun, #RE13181. 12 ga. 30'' barrels have a concave matted rib with target beads, 2-5/8'' chambers, and are choked Mod/Full. Sidelock action features a Greener crossbolt lockup, non-auto safety, auto ejectors, and ''Hunter One Trigger''. Receiver is unengraved, trigger guard/lower tang is blued. Splinter forend and straight-grip buttstock are oil-finished walnut with nice figure, and feature a Pachmayr Whiteline presentation pad. Stock dimensions are 15''x1-3/4''x2-7/8''. Mfg'd in 1919. Condition is very good as used but not abused. Approx. 20%-30% case colors and 90% reblued barrel blue remains. Wood has no major marks but has two small cracks at aft end of lockplates. Action locks tight and functions correctly; bores are bright. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456186

Winchester Model 42 Standard/Field Grade Slide-Action Shotgun, #119065. .410 bore 26'' plain barrel has a 3'' chamber and is choked Full. The Model 42 receiver and action are a scaled-down Model 12, with same takedown mechanism. The flat-bottom, 14-groove forend and uncheckered pistol-grip buttstock with Winchester buttplate appear correct for this 1955 gun. Stock dimensions are 14''x1-1/2''x2-1/4''. Condition is good to very good, with numerous marks and dings to the wood and several scrapes to the receiver, which may have an old reblue. Action is a little worn but functions correctly, and bore is mirror bright. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456185

Marlin Model 17-S Pump Action Riot Shotgun, #A1894, 12 ga., 20'' barrel, choked Cyl. bore for 2-3/4'' shells, blue finish, walnut stock and forend, with factory Marlin hard rubber butt pad. Mfg'd approx. 1906. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 95% original factory blue, with losses at high edges and in actioning areas, as well as having scattered scuffs and scratches. Stocks are very much the same, slightly more pronounced to left cheek area. Crisp action, mirror bright bore. Scarce in riot configuration. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456184

Colt 2nd Generation Single Action Army Revolver, #93381SA, .45 Colt CF cal., 7.5'' round barrel marked with maker's name and address on top, ''Colt Single Action Army .45'' at left; fluted 6-shot round cylinder is marked ''4558'' at front; solid frame has right-side loading gate (unnumbered), 2-line 1871-72-75 patent dates and ''Rampant Colt'' logo at left, separate gripstraps, triangular ''VP'' proof mark at left-front trigger guard bolster, ''2'' at rear, ''7'' right-front; two-piece finely-checkered black hard rubber grips with oval Rampant Colt logo at top and ''E Pluribus Unum'' flowing banner above spread-wing eagle, shield, and olive branches at bottom. Mfg'd ca. 1978 with blued barrel, cylinder, hammer, trigger, gripstraps, and case hardened frame. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 97% deep Colt blue, showing light wear at muzzle and tiny scratches on trigger guard loop; richly mottled case colors, sharp edges and markings. Grips have sharp checkering details, and small scrape at left toe extending onto backstrap. Action is smooth; bore is brilliant with sharp rifling. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456183

Colt 2nd Generation Single Action Army Revolver, #28694SA, .357 mag. cal., 7.5'' round barrel marked with maker's name and address on top, ''Colt Single Action Army .357 Magnum'' at left, fluted 6-shot round cylinder marked ''28694'' at front and the ''Rampant Colt'' logo at rear; solid frame has right-side loading gate batch-numbered ''573'', 2-line 1871-72-75 patent dates and Colt logo at left, separate gripstraps, triangular ''VP'' proof mark at left-front trigger guard bolster, ''P'' at rear, ''5'' right-front, two-piece finely-checkered black hard rubber grips with oval Rampant Colt logo at top. Mfg'd ca. 1960 with blued barrel, cylinder, hammer, trigger, gripstraps, and case hardened frame. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 95% deep Colt blue, showing light wear at muzzle, light cylinder wear with minor turn ring, and light wear to gripstraps; brightly mottled case colors, sharp edges and markings, unmarked grips have sharp checkering/details. Action is crisp; bore is brilliant with sharp rifling. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456182

Engraved Colt 3rd Generation Single Action Army Revolver, #SA55235, .45 Colt cal., 4.75'' barrel, approx. ''B'' coverage engraving, nickel finish, one-piece ivory grips. This revolver was engraved for our consignor by Mark Cooper, formerly of Riverside, CA. Condition is excellent with New York scroll engraving. Barrel with single line address shows a slightly different color than the nickel finish of frame, cylinder and backstrap. Grips are excellent. Action is smooth, bore is bright. Shows very little use since embellishment. Colt wood grain cardboard sleeve missing end flap with label, as well as tape repairs; Styrofoam insert is excellent; owner's manual with tape pull to front cover. Est.: $2,000-$2,500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456181

Colt 2nd Generation Single Action Army Revolver, #54167SA, .357 mag. cal., 5.5'' barrel, marked with maker's name and address on top, ''Colt Single Action Army .357 Magnum'' at left, fluted 6-shot round cylinder marked ''M167'' at front and ''Rampant Colt'' logo at rear; solid frame has right-side loading gate batch-numbered ''416'', two-line 1871-72-75 patent dates and Colt logo at left, separate gripstraps, two-piece oil-finished walnut grips. Mfg'd ca. 1970 in full nickel-plate finish. Condition is as new retaining approx. 99% bright nickel, with an almost imperceptible cylinder index mark, sharp edges and markings, and unmarked grips. Action is crisp; bore is brilliant, unfired with sharp rifling. Pictorial pasteboard box is very good with bright colors and stagecoach scene, tape-reinforced corner joints, pictorial die-cut insert to hold gun. Est.: $2,000-$2,500. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456180

Unmarked Stahl Martini Schuetzen Target Rifle, NVSN, 8.15x46Rmm cal., 29.75'' fluted barrel, floral engraved case hardened Martini action receiver, double set trigger, finely checkered cheekpiece walnut stock with case hardened steel Swiss buttplate; forend is nicely carved in dog's head motif with glass eyes. American globe type front sight has been added; rear sight is not present. Includes cartridge assist. Condition is fine. Blue barrel retains approx. 75% thinning and toning blue. Case hardened frame shows approx. 60% vivid colors remaining. Checkering to stock and detail to dog's head carving is fine, with just light marks from storage and range use; cheekpiece with additional scuffs as well. Internal workmanship is excellent with no visible maker name, and the assembly number ''72'' to small internal parts. Double set trigger is crisp and light. Multi-groove bore is bright. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456189

L.C. Smith Monogram Grade Side-by-Side Shotgun, #FWE43304. 12 ga. 26'' concave matted rib barrels have 2-3/4'' chambers, target beads, and are choked IC/Full. Right barrel is hand engraved ''Sir Joseph Whitworth Fluid Compressed Steel'', and left barrel ''Made to Order by the Hunter Arms Co., Fulton, N.Y.'' Rib extension has a small decorated gold bar inlay and is engraved ''L.C. Smith Monogram Grade''. The featherweight ''FW'' sidelock action features a Greener crossbolt lockup, single selective ''Hunter One Trigger'', non-automatic safety and auto ejectors. Receiver, locks, trigger guard, tangs, operating lever, forend latch and barrels are profusely engraved in rose and scroll patterns, and feature two pigeons on the left and right lockplates with a duck in flight on the bottom. Splinter forend and Prince of Wales pistol-grip buttstock are of dark oil-finished high-grade walnut with very elaborate fleur-de-lis pattern checkering executed at 26 LPI. Other features are an ebony forend tip, plastic grip cap, and a modern replica of a red ''Noshoc'' recoil pad. Stock dimensions are 13-3/4''x1-3/4''x1-3/4''. Originally mfg'd 1921. Condition is very good to near excellent with approx. 50%-60% case colors and 90% barrel blue remaining. Metal has a few small areas of frosting. Wood has some small handling marks, nominal wear to checkering, and one small crack on the right wrist by the barrel selector. Action locks tight and functions correctly; barrel selector appears locked on right-hand barrel first. Judging by the stock, action and choke configuration, this appears to have been ordered by a live pigeon shooter of the day. Only 306 Monogram Grades were produced between 1892 and 1945, and this is one. Est.: $6,500-$8,000. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456188

Baker Gun Co. Batavia Leader Side-by-Side Shotgun, #9801F, 12 ga., 30'' steel barrels, 2-3/4'' chambers, back action hammerless sidelock, rib extension with locking lug on top lever, double triggers, top tang safety, non-ejector, walnut stock with capped pistol grip, 14-3/8'' length of pull from front trigger to hard rubber buttplate, brass bead front sight, forend with spring snap lock. Condition is good, the action locks up tight on face and retains most of its original color case hardening overall, with some light rust peppering. Trigger guard is mostly brown under the triggers, to shiny metal around the grip area. Barrels may have been refinished, as a dent has been mostly raised in an old repair. Stock shows a repair to the wrist with some epoxy filler and has been re-varnished. There are a few light scratches and depressions in the stock, and a couple of light dings in the forend. Rubber buttplate shows wear, scratches, and a couple of small chips. Bores are mirror bright. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456176

J.P. Sauer & Sohn, Suhl, Hammerless Sidelock Drilling, with Scope, #127263, 16 ga., 9.3x72R cal., 2-5/8'' chambers, pre-war mfg. hammerless sidelock action with cocking indicators for all three barrels, bushed firing pins for shotgun barrels, beautiful rose and scroll fine engraving on locks, action and trigger guard; double triggers, side lever cocking for rifle barrel, top lever opening for barrels with round Greener style crossbolt locking lug on rib extension, long rifle bead front sight, flip-up buckhorn rear sight, flip-up peep sight behind safety latch that is adjustable for elevation. Removable claw-mounted J.Unertl 3x scope with Akah marked leather case, European sling swivels, engraved metal trap on bottom of stock for four rifle rounds, engraved metal capped pistol grip, beautiful walnut stock with cheekpiece and fine checkering, 14 .5'' length of pull, 13-3/8'' to original wood. Condition is very good, the silvered action toning to an even light gray color, showing the fine engraving; screw heads are mostly fine with one slightly buggered in the slot, and one polished smooth on bottom of action. Barrels show some wear at the muzzle to the original rust blue finish, the top rib has nicely engraved matting, the front sight may be a newer replacement. Shotgun barrels have scattered light pitting inside and have several small dents that should lift out well. Rifle bore is lightly pitted overall but still has strong lands and grooves. Barrel flats show numerous pre-war German proof marks and caliber information. Action locks up nice and tight and has side clips on edges of the face. Scope has a nice rust blued finish, thin crosshair reticle, and decent clarity on the optics. Stock shows light wear to the checkering with a few depressions and flattening to the diamonds, a few light scratches and light depressions on the buttstock, the recoil pad is very stiff. Forend shows numerous dings, gouges, flattening to the checkering diamonds, and a glue repair to a tight hairline at the front. Overall a high quality pre-war Drilling. Est.: $1,500-$2,500. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456297

Webley MK II Military Double Action Revolver, #42808, .455 cal., 4'' barrel, blued finish, black plastic grips, blade front sight and fixed ''U''-notched rear sight. Marked on left side frame ''WEBLEY PATENTS/MARK II, along with in-service inspection stamps '' '97,'98,'99'', Victorian proof and view marks, and War Dept. ownership marks. Right side barrel and cylinder are stamped with London export proof marks. Rear of grip is hand stamped with unit issue markings ''4/18/96/43/RA/5''. Matching numbers on frame, barrel assembly and cylinder. Condition overall is good with approx. 85% finish remaining on the metal, which shows areas of patina spots and darkening. There is a section missing from the lower right grip, otherwise both are good with minor flattening, aging and handling marks. Action is very good and locks up tightly; bore is fair showing old pitting and darkening; chambers are good with areas of old pitting. Est.: $500-$800. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456175

Cased Set of Two (2) Rifles, belonging to American hunter and Rhodesian pioneer J.C. Blick, Major F.R. Burnham's brother-in-law: Westley Richards Takedown Bolt Action Rifle, and Mannlicher-Schoenauer Model 1905 Takedown Bolt Action Rifle. (1) Westley Richards Takedown Bolt Action Rifle, #38697, .425 WR Magnum cal., 28'' barrel, blue finish, checkered pistol-grip cheekpiece English walnut stock with red rubber butt pad; 5-leaf Express rear sight and thin blade front sight with hinged protective cover; extended magazine features lever-release floorplate; bottom of stock and barrel with sling eyelets, stock with case-colored steel pistol grip cap. Includes English leather sling and two turned ivory small parts container with screw lid (one numbered to the gun). Condition is excellent showing some field use but very well taken care of and retaining approx. 96% lightly toning rust blue. Stock with just mild impressions and very light flattening to check detail. Crisp smooth action, mirror bright bore. (2) Mannlicher-Schoenauer Model 1905 Takedown Bolt Action Rifle, #26112, .375 Velopex cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, pistol-grip checkered walnut stock and handguard, red rubber butt pad with black spacer, 3-leaf Express rear and interchangeable blade front sight; stock has been inlet cut for receiver sight (not present). Top of barrel marked ''Holland & Holland, 98, New Bond Street, London''; breech area marked ''Holland's Patent'' in reference to takedown mechanism. Case hardened steel pistol grip cap with trap for small parts such as front sight inserts; white metal ovoid plaque with original owner's initials. Includes English leather sling, extra firing pin springs, as well as magazine springs. Condition is about fine. Metal surfaces retain approx. 90%-92% thinning and toning blue. Stock with light to moderate flattening to checks, as well as light marks associated from field use. Action is good, bore is bright. Rifles are housed in a leather-covered red baize lined oak case with Westley Richards trade label in lid. Top of lid marked ''C.F.'' (for Childs Frick who financed his 1912-1913 East African expedition), with Wells Fargo Express label for Mr. J.C. Blick, as well as the remnants of a polychrome trade label for Chas. Cook & Sons. Exterior of case is distressed from wear and travel, some splits near rear hinges, straps are missing. Interior of case with soiling from gun placement and toning to original trade label. Includes misc. correspondence, as well as a copy of a Handloader's Digest magazine article, entitled ''Holland Velopex'', by Jack Lott, where this cased set is pictured, and the Mannlicher-Schoenauer is described as ''John C. Blick's favorite rifle when used with a 320-grain bullet''. Est.: $18,000-$24,000. (both C&R)


Lot#: 62456296

Winchester M1 Semi-Automatic Carbine, #5625338, .30 Carbine cal., 18'' barrel, parkerized finish, flat bolt, walnut stock, blade front sight with protectors and two-position flip rear sight, with U.S.G.I. oiler and new production green cotton sling. No magazine. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S.CARBINE CAL..30 M1''; receiver tang is marked ''WINCHESTER'', and top of barrel is marked with a Winchester proof stamp. There is a U.S. Ordnance Dept. ''wheel'' cartouche on the right side of the buttstock. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 85% finish with areas of toning and patina across the bolt. Wood has been sanded smooth and stained, now very good showing a few scattered handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore is very good, with very good rifling. No visible import marks. Est.: $1,000-$1,400. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456174

BSA Lee-Metford Bolt Action Sporting Rifle, #667, .303 cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, checkered English walnut stock, three-leaf Express rear sight with additional adjustable aperture and bright bead front sight. This example features light border engraving to receiver band, bottom of magazine, and at breech. ''Birmingham Small Arms Co. Lmt'd/England'' is hand engraved to dustcover over bolt; light treatment to buttplate as well. Metford type brass oiler is retained. As presented to Major Burnham by Cecil Rhodes in 1895 and used by him in the 2nd Matabele War. Rifle additionally features classic Boar War story writing to left cheek area of stock. Condition is about fine showing some wartime use and retaining approx. 85%-90% original blue. Stock with moderate scuffs and scratches, and circumferential loss to bottom area at pistol grip of buttstock. Good functioning action, fair bore. Also included is an autographed copy of Major Burnham's book, entitled ''Scouting on Two Continents'', with a 1937 dated inscription on the inside front page. Est.: $3,500-$5,000. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456295

Springfield M1D Sniper Rifle, with Scope & Accessories, #1831726, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, parkerized finish, birch wood stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable aperture rear sight. Marked on receiver tang ''U.S.RIFLE CAL..30 M1 SPRINGFIELD ARMORY''. There is a ''P'' firing proof on the underside of the stock wrist. Bolt, hammer, and operating rod all marked ''SA''. Trigger housing marked ''W.R.A.''. Right side barrel marked ''S-A-10-52''. Two small holes have been drilled into the underside of the buttstock forward of toe. Rifle was U.S. arsenal reconditioned and placed in storage ca. April 1969. On July 16, 1996, the rifle was purchased through the DCM (Director of Civilian Marksmanship) and, together with its accessories, was shipped from the Defense Distribution Depot in Anniston, AL., to its new civilian owner. Rifle appears to be unfired since being reconditioned. Scope mount is attached to the rifle. The following accessories are included and are new in their sealed packages: (1) Telescope M84 dated 5/69, serial number matches number written on shipping box for verification. (2) Hider Flash, dated 4/70. (3) Cheek Pad, dated 11/67. (4) Sling (Rifle) dated 5/69. (5) Case carrying Telescope, dated 1/69. (6) Five additional sealed packages containing cleaning equipment and other small items. The original signed Issue Release/Receipt (DD Form 1348-1A), along with a document stating this rifle was shipped as ''RIFLE CAL.30 M1D COND A SERVICE GRADE W/E (SAFE TO FIRE) AS IS CONDITION'', is included. Serial number written on the shipping box matches the rifle, and the storage paper is present in the box. Rifle condition overall is excellent as arsenal reconditioned, with almost all of the light grey parkerizing remaining on the metal. Wood is excellent with a few light storage marks to the finish. Action operates smoothly, bright bore is excellent.All accessories appear excellent in their sealed packages. Shipping box has had tape added and is in good condition, with scuffs and creases present. Est.: $4,000-$6,000. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456173

Major Burnham's Royal Artillery Gunner's Sword, 33'' etched blade, 39'' overall, with seven wired dark skate skin handle, as seen worn by him at the time he received his Distinguished Service Order Medal from King Edward VII during the time the country was in mourning over the death of Queen Victoria. A picture of this sword is seen in the November 1987 article of Petersen's Handgun Magazine where Burnham is actually wearing it, and in his book ''Scouting on Two Continents'', last page. Condition of sword is fine with good detail to etching; skate skin and wire is excellent as well, with no losses or unraveling. Brown leather scabbard with hole in middle area that could be repaired, otherwise very nice. Est.: $1,000-$1,500.


Lot#: 62456294

Rock Island Arsenal Model 1903 Bolt Action Rifle, with Warner & Swasey Model of 1908 Telescopic Sight, #189041, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, blued finish, walnut stock, blade front sight and adjustable folding leaf rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S. ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL MODEL 1903'', and on barrel behind the front sight ''RIA/(flaming bomb)/2-11''. There are no markings on the stock. A scope rail has been attached to the left side of the receiver with three screws. Top of the forend has been cut to facilitate the installation. Rear sight aperture has been bent down but is still usable. Includes a U.S. Ordnance Dept. instruction pamphlet dated 1912. Condition overall is very good, with less than 50% finish remaining on the metal, which has thinned and is now browned across much of the surface and shows a couple of areas of old pitting on the top of the barrel. Wood has been sanded and stain applied over old handling marks. Action operates smoothly, bright bore has good rifling. No visible import marks. A U.S. M1907 leather sling marked ''ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL 1908 T.O.C.'' in good condition is attached. Scope is marked on left side ''TELESCOPIC MUSKET SIGHT MODEL OF 1908 NO.514 THE WARNER & SWASEY CO. CLEVELAND OHIO USA''. External condition is good. Both adjustment dials and locking plunger operate smoothly. Approx. 90% black finish remains on the scope body. Rubber eye cap is stiff and distorted. The optics are blurred and not usable. Leather case is unmarked and missing the carrying strap. Condition is good with one of the internal flaps partially separated and the other cracked. Est.: $1,500-$2,500. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456172

The following three (3) lots were formerly the property of Frederick Russell Burnham, 1861-1947, who was an American Scout and world-traveling adventurer. Born in Minnesota, his early adventurers began as a courier in Arizona Indian Territory in the early 1880s. He later became known for his service to the British South Africa Co. and to the British Army in Colonial Africa. Burnham taught woods craft to Robert Baden-Powell in Rhodesia which helped inspire the international scouting movement. He held the rank of Major in the British Army and starting in America saw action in the Pleasant Valley War, Apache Wars and Geronimo campaigns. Later, in Africa, the first Matebele War with the Shanghai patrol, then the second Matebele War, as well as the Boar War. Upon injuries sustained in the Boar War, Burnham completed his mission by blowing up a railway running north from Pretoria to Portuguese East Africa. King Edward VII waved the rule for Burnham that required British citizenship to hold officer rank and awarded him the Distinguished Service Order in London. Major Burnham's Remington Model 1875 Single Action Revolver, Holster and Belt, numbered 11 beneath grips and trigger guard, .44-40 cal., 7.5'' barrel, blue finish, with hippo grips. Indian head penny front sight; lanyard finial is present, loop has been removed. An article in 1987 Peterson's Handgun Magazine, by John Lott, suggests that this revolver was used in several shootouts against Apaches in the mid-1880s (see page 66). Condition is fine retaining approx. 40%-50% thinning and toning blue. Grips have toned with some natural inclusions, and loss at butt of right panel near locating pin. Good functioning action, fine bore. Period made jockstrap leather holster is included and remains in very good condition; has been saddle soaped at one point, as has commercial cartridge belt, with loops for rifle cartridges, some of which have been modified for pistol cartridges, which are included. Also included is an inscribed and autographed copy of Major Burnham's first edition book, entitled ''Taking Chances'' (1944), describing many of his exploits both here in America and Africa. Est.: $4,500-$6,000. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456171

UMC Club Shotgun Shells Advertising Poster, marked ''America's Standard Ammunition/look for this trade-mark'' at the top, and ''New Club/Black Powder'' and ''Nitro Club/Smokeless Powder'', ''The Union Metallic Cartridge Co.'' at the bottom, copyright 1908. Approx. 28-1/8''x19-7/8''. This colorful poster remains in very good condition with suspension bands intact, showing several creases from folding and slight discoloration from age. It appears that some type of liquid adhesive has been applied to the edges of the poster for mounting (only visible with blacklight). Nicely frame. Est.: $2,000-$3,000. (Doug Beneck collection)


Lot#: 62456292

Special Presentation WWII era Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, on Mauser (code 42) 1939 dated action, #9256x, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, rust blue finish, finely checkered and cheekpiece pistol-grip Mediterranean walnut stock, and Pachmayr brown rubber pad and black spacer. Area around receiver with engraved buck, as well as the inscription ''Maj. H.L. Adams, Liege, Belgium, 1945''. Express ramp rifle front sight with Lyman 48 rear sight. Fabricated at the end of WWII using both Belgian and German components, which are finely fitted and finished but lack matching numbers. Approx. 97%+ of this rust blue remains with niter-blue screws. Stock is finely executed with 23 LPI checkering and beautifully figured European walnut. Action is light and crisp, bore is mirror bright. Included is a period brown leather mutton leg rifle case of excellent quality. Straps and stitching are nice, with just some minor external scuffing. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456170

Remington Firearms and Ammunition Calendar, dating from March 1924, featuring a duck hunter painting his flock of decoys, approx. 28''x15'', with ''Remington Firearms and Ammunition'' red logo at bottom, and marked ''Copyright 1923 by Remington Arms Company, Inc.'' Condition is good retaining top suspension band that has been nailed to the backup. Poster shows numerous creases and edgewear; reverse shows water damage, tape repairs and touchup; colors are still vibrant but slightly discolored from age. In oak frame. Est.: $500-$1,000. (Doug Beneck collection)


Lot#: 62456179

3rd Type Aydt Unmarked Schuetzen Rifle, NVSN, 8.15x46Rmm cal., 31.5'' octagonal blue barrel, case hardened frame, lever, and Swiss style buttplate; lightly checkered walnut stock with large cheekpiece; left side of falling block with ''(crown)/B'', and ''(crown)/U'' to right side of block and frame. Front and rear sight are missing. Condition is fine. Barrel retains approx. 92%+ rust type blue. Case hardened frame and falling block retain approx. 95% deep rich case colors, somewhat thinner to steel lever and buttplate. Stocks are mostly excellent but with loss to right side at thumbrest. Good action with triggers functioning in a crisp and precise manner; bore is bright. RCBS dies are included. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456178

Unmarked Southern German Zimmerschuetzen Target Rifle, NVSN, 4mm, overall barrel length of 27.5'' with Zimmer rifled portion 8'' long; blue barrel, case hardened frame, double set adjustable trigger, walnut stock and forend with Schuetzen cheekpiece and case hardened carved and checkered buttstock with Swiss buttplate; 3/4'' sling swivels are present. Schuetzen breech is well made and fairly intricate with spring-loaded release and checkered push-button manual extractor. Front sight receptacle with stepped ramp; rear sight is missing as well. Condition is about fine. Octagonal barrel retains approx. 90% thinning and toning rust blue. Case hardened frame and steel finger-groove lever show approx. 85% thinning colors. Stock with minor general impressions and light scratches. Smooth walnut forend is held in place by a socket cap screw, which is probably not original. Good functioning action, bright micro-grooved bore. Est.: $750-$1,000. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456299

British No. 4 MK 1 Lee-Enfield Bolt Action Rifle, sealed in Arsenal wrap, #AQ6929, .303 Brit. cal., 25.2'' barrel, blackened finish, hardwood stock, blade front sight with protecting ears and adjustable folding leaf rear sight. Marked on left side receiver ''No 4 MK 1 F(FTR)49''. Rifle wrap has attached tag that reads ''BI-1005-99-961-7927 RIFLE AQ 6929 QTY 1 DON (B3) R.A.O.C. PRIMARY PACK'', along with an additional signed inspection tag. Rifle is sealed in heavy grease paper and wrapped in a green water resistant plastic. An additional clear plastic has been taped over the top to provide additional protection. An inspection hole has been cut into the wrap to verify model and serial number. Rifle has not been inspected and condition cannot be verified as rifle remains tightly wrapped in protective grease paper. Est.: $500-$700. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456177

Steyr Model 1903 Bolt Action Rifle, #14729, 6.5x53.5 MS cal., 18'' barrel, blue finish, full-length checkered cheekpiece Mannlicher stock, blue steel buttplate, standard two-leaf rear and bright bead front sight. Front swivel is missing. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 96% lightly thinning blue. Stock with an additional coat of glossy varnish and very small repair beneath bolt release latch left side. Rear trigger of double set trigger has been removed. Blue steel buttplate with trap for three additional cartridges shows approx. 80% thinning rust blue. Single trigger action is crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456298

Webley MK 1 Military Double Action Revolver, #18690, .455 cal., 4'' barrel, blued finish, black plastic grips, blade front sight and fixed ''U''-notched rear sight. Marked on left side frame ''WEBLEY PATENTS/MARK 1'', along with Victorian proof and view stamps, and War Dept. ownership marks. Left side frame also stamped ''ENGLAND'' and cylinder stamped with London export proofs. There is a ''Broad Arrow'' engraved into the top of the barrel strap that is associated with Royal Naval service, and a Naval ''N/31'' stamped into the rear frame. Matching numbers on frame, barrel and cylinder. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 70% finish, the frame and barrel showing some patina spots. Grips are good with the right side showing handling marks and small chips, otherwise solid. Action is smooth and locks up tightly; bright bore is very good; chambers show old patina, otherwise clean. Est.: $500-$800. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456088

Antique Harpers Ferry Model 1816 Type III Flintlock Musket, altered to Percussion, NVSN, .69 cal., 42'' round barrel has bayonet lug at top muzzle, nipple bolster with curved flash-guard and clean-out screw; beveled lockplate is marked ''(spread-wing eagle)/US'' under large high-spur hammer and ''Harpers/Ferry/1841'' vertically behind; steel furniture includes trigger guard with long rear tang and front sling loop, straight buttplate marked ''US'' at top screw, serpentine sideplate, 3 spring-retained barrel bands (middle with sling loop, front of the double-strap type having integral blade sight), button-tip ramrod; typical low-comb oil-stained walnut fullstock. Mfg'd ca. 1841 with bright finish but for case hardened lockplate. Condition is very good as altered, the metal being bright showing scattered discoloration, darkening and light pitting, cleaned where heavy in nipple area; the lock with traces of case colors but mostly dark. Stock is sound and smooth having the name ''Reid'' carved at right butt above a 3.25'' secure crack, a 1'' crack at top of buttplate, a hairline at top barrel tang, a .5'' shallow gouge ahead of sideplate, a 3'' line crack at bottom forearm, pleasing grain/color and added finish. Action is smooth and strong; smoothbore is clean showing general black-powder erosion. Est.: $600-$900. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456087

Massive Bronze Cannon Model, on Oak Carriage, 23'' long ringed barrel with flared muzzle, approx. 1.5'' smooth bore, cast bronze or brass with unmarked banner decoration on top at the middle. Large 1.75'' pivot pins are cast into the cannon body. No maker's markings. Small touch hole at rear. Nice stepped carriage made of 1.75'' solid oak, with 3'' and 3.75'' oak wheels, metal fitments and hardware, wooden elevation wedge with turned handle. Carriage is about 15'' long, muzzle measures 3.25'' dia., the rear measures about 4.25'' in dia. Very heavy, probably 40-50 lbs. in weight. Of fairly recent manufacture, probably made in the last 20 or 30 years. Condition is excellent, nice finish to the wood carriage, darkened patina to the bronze cannon, with some areas of green verdigris. Great for display. Est.: $500-$800.


Lot#: 62456086

Massive Bronze Cannon Model of U.S. Navy Gun, on Oak Carriage, 23'' long ringed barrel with flared muzzle, 1.5'' smooth bore, cast bronze or brass body with carved ''U.S.N. 1796'' on top in the middle. Large 1.75'' pivot pins cast into the cannon body. No maker's markings. Small touch hole at rear. Flared muzzle measures 3-3/8'' wide, the rear body measures 4.75'' in dia. Nice stepped carriage made of 1.75'' solid oak, with 3.75'' dia. oak wheels. Metal fitments and hardware, wooden elevation wedge with turned handle. Carriage is about 15.5'' long. Very heavy, probably 50-60 lbs. in weight. Of fairly recent manufacture, probably made in the last 20 or 30 years. Condition is very good, the wood carriage in nice condition, the bronze cannon showing some casting flaws and a dark patina. Some dings and gouges in the wooden elevation wedge. Would look great in the war room. Est.: $500-$800.


Lot#: 62456085

Mounted Japanese Signed Katana with Dragon Horimono, 24-7/8'' shinogi-zukuri blade with mostly suguha straight temperline. There are two spots where the temperline has triple pointed peaks along its length. One side has a nicely carved horimono of a dragon chasing a flaming ball, with a bonji character carved on the other side. Blade dates from the 1930's or 1940's, and is an oil-tempered Showato. Tang is signed ''Ido Hidetoshi'' with a Showa Arsenal stamp. Hidetoshi worked in Mino Province during the war. The habaki is plain solid brass, the seppas are aluminum. Tsuka handle is covered in small nodule rayskin and wrapped with brown silk cord. The menuki are quiver with arrows, the fuchi/kashira are plain smooth copper alloy. All the handle fittings date from the same time period as the blade or a little later. Tsuba guard is a mokko shaped iron with holes for kozuka and kogai, and is contemporary with the sword. Scabbard is wood painted with black lacquer. This sword and mountings are typical of Showa era swords mounted for export before and after WWII. Condition is very good, the blade showing a clear temper that would clean to excellent, with just some old dried oil present. Tang is original length and has the typical light reddish rust of Showa period swords. Tsuba shows some light rust overall, with a blued finish. The rayskin on the handle is cracked on one side and the handle fittings are oxidized, but wrapping is nice and tight. Scabbard shows a few chips, scratches, and scuffs to the lacquer finish, and the upper metal reinforcement band is loose. Overall a nice example with a great carved decorated blade. Est.: $500-$800.


Lot#: 62456084

Antique Japanese Signed Wakizashi in Samurai Mounts, 18.25'' shinogi-zukuri blade with partial bohi groove on one side only. Original length tang with one hole, signed ''Eshu kuni ju Kaneshige''. This Shinto period swordsmith, Kaneshige, worked in Echizen province circa 1650-1660. Blade has a nice gold washed copper habaki at the base. Tsuka handle is covered in large nodule rayskin, with old medium blue silk cord wrapping. Iron fuchi/kashira fittings with decorations of dragon flies. Menuki are mixed metal figures of a man with large hat, carrying a fishing pole or naginta pole arm. Iron tsuba sword guard with holes for kozuka and kogai, decorated with plant branches and round fruit clusters done in silver and copper. Gold-washed brass seppa spacers on either side of tsuba. Black lacquer scabbard has iron handachi style mount at lower tip that is decorated with dragonflies similar to the fuchi on the handle. There is a pocket for a kozuka with a nice unsigned brass kozuka handle decorated with plover birds in shakudo and copper. The kogatana knife blade has a very long signature. Condition is good for its age, the blade showing age graying, light rust pitting over all, and a couple of folding flaws in non critical areas. Condition of the polish makes it hard to see the metal grain or temperline, but blade is still very sharp. Rust on the tang is typical for Shinto period swords. Handle fits nice and tight; the silk cord wrapping is sound and in very good original condition. Mounts probably date to the early 1800's. Scabbard shows large cracks in the wood, losses to most of the original black lacquer finish, a poorly done re-paint, has black thread wrapped to reinforce weak points, and the kurikata is broken off. The kozuka handle shows age and minor dings, the kogatana is sound, but hard to see any temper line due to the blade condition. Est.: $500-$750.


Lot#: 62456083

Antique Japanese Tanegashima Matchlock Rifle, with Signed Barrel, NSNV, approx. .48 cal. smoothbore, 42'' octagon barrel with silver inlaid family Mon or crest. Barrel is signed by the maker on the bottom flat, with a long multi-character signature. Triangular front sight, with grooved rear sight. 53.5'' overall length from barrel tip to end of stock. Nice wood stock with numerous applied silver and brass decorations. No ramrod present. Two brass barrel retaining bands. Hinged brass cover for touch hole. Brass lock and match holder hammer, and external brass mainspring. Stock has large brass engraved figure of a foo-dog at the rear on the right side, with silver cherry blossom inlays for the barrel pin holes, and lock retaining pins. There are two round silver inlays with engraved kanji on them, maybe a family name or the gun's name. Stamped kanji on left side of stock near breech, may be a Meiji era inventory/registration marking. Condition is near excellent for its age, the barrel with a nice even brown patina, the silver family mon is clear at the top rear. Action functions, but the spring is a bit weak; bore has light rust. Wood stock is sound with a nice original finish, normal scuffs, dings, and scratches from light use. All the metal inlays are present and in good condition. Overall a very nice example. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456089

Antique U.S. Model 1816 Flintlock Pistol, by Simeon North, NVSN, .54 cal., 9'' round barrel is marked ''P'', ''US'' and ''S.N.Y.'' (State of New York) at breech; beveled lockplate with rounded rear teat, separate brass pan and reinforced cock, has circular marking ''S. North'' over a spread-wing eagle flanked by ''U'' and ''S'' over ''Midln Con.''; iron furniture includes loop trigger guard with long rear tang, butt cap having top tang connecting with long backstrap extending to barrel tang, serpentine sideplate, single double-strap barrel band with brass blade front sight; oil-finished walnut stock has raised panels either side of lock, with hickory ramrod. Mfg'd ca. 1817-20 with browned finish but for case hardened lock. Condition is good to very good retaining no original metal finishes but gunmetal gray having overall cleaned moderate to heavy pitting and scattered discoloration; markings are 50% legible. Stock is sound with generally light dings, heavier in area of barrel band, and an added coat of varnish. Pistol appears to be original flintlock, with unbushed touchhole and correct parts. Ramrod is an old replacement. Action is smooth; smoothbore is clean showing black powder erosion throughout. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456198

L.C. Smith Specialty Grade Single Barrel Trap Gun, #3038S. 12 ga. 32'' vent rib barrel has target beads, 2-3/4'' chamber, and is choked Full. Boxlock action has a Greener crossbolt lockup, single trigger, no safety and auto ejector. Receiver and tangs are case hardened and are finely hand-engraved with a pointing setter on the left-hand side, and two quail on the right-hand side, all surrounded by floral patterns that extend to the forend iron and barrels. Left side of barrel is marked ''L.C. Smith Specialty Trap''. Beavertail forend and Monte Carlo pistol-grip buttstock are satin-finished ''C'' Grade walnut, with abundant checkering done at 22 LPI, including side panels, gutta percha grip cap and replica red Hawkins recoil pad. Monte Carlo comb is expertly fitted with dowels on the buttstock. Stock dimensions are 15''x1-5/8''x2-1/2''; weight is approx. 9 lbs. Mfg'd approx. 1920. Condition is very good to near excellent, with approx. 80%-90% case colors remaining, some light edgewear and frosting to receiver, and few marks to wood, which has a possible refinish. Massive action locks tight, functions correctly and has many years to go. Trigger is crisp; bore is bright. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456197

Ithaca Gun Co. Model 4E ''Knick'' Single Barrel Trap Gun, #403151. 12 ga. 32'' vent rib barrel has target beads, 2-3/4'' chamber, and is choked IM. Boxlock action locks via dual side lugs, has a single trigger, no safety and auto ejector. Blued receiver is engraved with the later Grade 4 pattern of a trapshooter and an Indian, surrounded by floral patterns and border engraving. Beavertail forend and pistol-grip buttstock are highly-figured walnut with a high-gloss finish, checkered in a fleur-de-lis pattern at 22 LPI, featuring an ebony forend tip and black plastic grip cap. Buttstock appears to have been shortened then later black spacers were added to regain length. Stock dimensions are 13-3/4''x1-1/2''x1-3/4''. Mfg'd 1949. Condition is very good, with very few small handling marks to wood and little wear to metal, except at grip and operating lever. Receiver has possible old re-blue, but it was done well. Action still closes tight and functions correctly, bore is bright. Est.: $1,500-$1,800. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456196

Parker SC Grade Single Barrel Trap Shotgun, #177056. 12 ga. 30'' vent rib barrel has target beads, a 2-5/8'' chamber, and is choked Full. Boxlock action has a single underlug lockup, single trigger, no safety and auto ejector. Receiver, trigger guard, tang ands and forend latch are nicely engraved with floral and scroll patterns, including ''Parker Bros.'' in panels on both sides. Beavertail forend and straight-grip buttstock are ''C'' Grade walnut, oil finished, with thorough grip checkering done at 20 LPI. A red Pachmayr ''Old English'' recoil pad is fitted. Stock dimensions are 14-5/8''x1-1/2''x2''. Originally mfg'd 1917. Condition is very good with approx. 40%-50% case colors remaining, 90% barrel blue, and some small areas of light surface pitting. Wood has numerous small handling marks, sharp checkering, and some finish wear to the right-hand side of the buttstock, probably from a left-hand trap shooter. Action still locks tight and functions correctly, ejector functions as an extractor; trigger pull is crisp; bore is bright. Est.: $2,000-$2,500. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456195

Winchester Model 21 Field Grade Side-by-Side Shotgun, with small bore tubes, #8278. 12 ga. 28'' vent rib barrels have target beads and 2-3/4'' chambers, which were originally choked Mod./Full but have been fitted with Briley choke tubes, plus 28 ga. and .410 bore full-length tube sets with their own choke tubes. In all, there are seven (7) 12 ga., four (4) 28 ga., and four (4) .410 bore choke tubes in Skt, IC, Mod. and Full. The Simmons marked vent rib is a later addition. The unengraved Model 21 action features a single selective trigger, non-auto safety and auto ejectors. Forend is a full beavertail with abundant checkering. Buttstock is a pistol grip with no grip cap, thorough checkering, and a Packmayr Whiteline butt pad. Wood is oil-finished walnut with nice figure. Stock dimensions are 14''x1-3/4''x2-1/2''. All of the above plus full-length barrel inserts, choke tubes, wrenches and other tools are contained in a sturdy SKB brand metal case. Gun mfg'd 1933 and recently modified. (Description from Cody Firearms Record Office is included.) Condition is excellent with small handling marks to the wood, sharp checkering, and little external wear to the receiver and barrels, which are possibly reblued. Trigger and safety function correctly. This gun is perfect for a double gun shooter who enjoys Skeet and other target games. Est.: $6,000-$7,500. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456194

Lefever Arms Co. E Grade Side-by-Side Shotgun, #54547. 12 ga. 28'' milled solid rib barrels are Krupp fluid steel, have 2-3/4'' chambers, target beads, and are choked Mod./Full. Boxlock action achieves lockup via a doll's head rib extension with crossbolt, and features double triggers, cocking indicators, automatic safety and auto ejectors. Receiver, sideplates, forend iron and tip, and tangs are case hardened and finely engraved with hunting dog scenes surrounded by scroll and border engraving; operating handle and trigger guard are blued and also engraved. English walnut splinter forend and pistol-grip buttstock are nicely figured, oil finished, well checkered at 20 LPI, and feature a metal forend tip, grip cap, metal plate engraved ''E.R. Zion'', and an original red ''No Shoc'' recoil pad. Stock dimensions are 13-7/8''x1-5/8''x2-1/2''. Gun is contained in a black fabric hard case. Mfg'd 1906. Condition is near excellent showing little use, with approx. 40%-50% case color remaining, some dulling to the blue, and few small handing marks to wood. Action still locks tight and functions perfectly; bores are mirror bright. A well-cared-for classic. Est.: $2,500-$4,000. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456193

Parker DHE Grade Side-by-Side Shotgun, #199361. 12 ga. 30'' solid rib barrels have target beads. Chambers measuring 2-7/8'' are marked ''Titanic Steel'' on the rib and are choked IM/IM (3/4 & 3/4). Parker boxlock action features lockup via single underlug plus doll's head rib extension, double triggers, automatic safety and auto ejectors. Receiver, tangs, forend latch and tip, trigger guard and barrel bolsters are finely engraved with scroll patterns, and features a pointer on the left side, setter on the right, and flushing pheasant on the bottom. Splinter forend and pistol-grip buttstock are oil-finished walnut and have a metal forend tip, Parker gutta percha grip cap, gold oval in the buttstock, and a Pachmayr red Decelerator pad. The Hand checkering is done in an extensive diamond patterns at 20 LPI. Stock dimensions are 14''x1-5/8''x2-1/4''. Originally mfg'd 1922. Condition is very good to excellent with approx. 30%-40% case colors remaining, 90% barrel blue, and almost all stock finish. There are two small cracks running from the lower tang to the right and left wrist checkering, a small chip and repair on the wrists at the teardrop carving, and a very small repair at the rear of the top tang, with similar wear on the forend. Action still locks tight and functions correctly; bores are mirror bright. Could be an old refurbish but well done. Est.: $2,500-$3,500. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456192

Belgian Fabrique Nationale Side-by-Side Hammer Shotgun, #3505, 12 ga., 30'' nickel steel barrels, back-action sidelock with outside hammers, rib extension with round Greener crossbolt locking lug, double triggers, Anson push-button forend release, non-ejector extractor, 7/8'' European style sling swivels, brass bead front sight, cheekpiece walnut stock with Prince of Wales pistol grip stock, 14-1/8'' length of pull. Barrels have 70mm or 2.75'' chambers, both barrels are marked ''Choke'', and have Belgium proof marks on barrel flats. Top of barrels have maker information, and a stamped logo of a cowboy on horseback above the chambers, with ''Nickel Steel'' stamped below. Top of rib has matted embossing to reduce glare and is marked ''ACIER DECARBURE EXTRA''. Action is nicely engraved with foxes on both sides, Greek borders on the locks and action sides, scroll and floral designs on action top, bottom, sidelocks, trigger guard, hammers and top lever. Engraving is quite well done. Condition is good, showing an old repair to the wrist of stock with pins and epoxy that is still solid; checkering is worn on the stock and forend, with numerous light dings, scratches and light depressions overall. Horn buttplate shows scratches and a few chips on the edges. Trigger guard and top action strap have been repaired due to the wrist damage in the past. Forend shows a couple of small dings, but otherwise is in good shape. Action frame and sidelocks show remnants of the original color case hardening in protected areas and have toned nicely. Barrels retain approx. 80% of their original rust blued finish with some light rust pitting on the side of right barrel, numerous light scratches, spotting, and thinning of the bluing around forend area. Action locks up tight; bores have light pitting, mainly in right barrel, but might clean well with a light hone. Est. $600-$1,000. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456191

Parker GH Grade Two-Barrel Side-by-Side Set, #85613. First pair of barrels are 12 ga. 30'', with 2-5/8'' chambers, marked ''Damascus Steel'' on the rib, and choked Full/Mod. The second pair are 12 ga. 28'' barrels, with 2-3/4'' chambers, also marked ''Damascus Steel'', and choked Mod./IC. Parker hammerless boxlock action features double triggers, auto safety, and plain extractors. Both pairs of barrels are serial numbered to the gun. Receiver is moderately engraved with quail on the left, waterfowl on the right, and turkey on the bottom, with surrounding scroll and border engraving. Pistol-grip buttstock and two splinter forends are nice ''B'' Grade walnut, with gutta percha grip cap and Parker Brothers buttplate, and may be old replacements but well fitted and finished. Stock dimensions are 14-1/4''x2''x3/8''. Original gun mfg'd in 1897. Condition is antique very good, with approx. 10%-15% case hardening remaining on the receiver and tangs, and 40%-50% Damascus patterns remaining on both pairs of barrels. Action locks tight and appears to function correctly. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456199

L.C. Smith Field Grade Side-by-Side Shotgun, #RE118130. 12 ga. 32'' Armor Steel barrels have a concave matted rib, 2-3/4'' chambers, and are choked Full/Full. Sidelock action locks via a Greener crossbolt, and features double triggers, auto safety and auto ejectors. Receiver, locks and top tang are case hardened, trigger guard is blued. Splinter forend and pistol-grip buttstock are of oil-finished walnut with good grain pattern and checkering, and feature a black grip cap and Pachmayr Whiteline recoil pad. Stock dimensions are 15''x1-5/8''x2-7/8''. Mfg'd 1929. Condition is near excellent, with approx. 90% case color, only showing carry wear forward of the trigger guard. There is a small chip repair at forward bottom left-hand side of the buttstock, which may be an old replacement but fits perfectly. There are a few small handling marks to the wood, but very little wear to the action, which closes tight and functions correctly; bores are bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,500. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456190

L.C. Smith Crown Grade Side-by-Side Shotgun, #FWE128930. 12 ga. 30'' concave matted rib barrels have 2-3/4'' chambers, target beads, and are choked IM/Full. Right barrel is engraved ''L.C. Smith Crown Grade'', and the left barrel ''Made to Order by the Hunter Arms Co. Fulton, N.Y.'' Rib extension has a small inlaid gold bar. Featherweight ''FW'' sidelock action features a Greener crossbolt lockup, single selective ''Hunter One Trigger'', non-automatic safety and auto ejectors. Receiver lockplates, trigger guard, tangs, operating lever, forend latch and barrels are nicely engraved with rose and scroll patterns, and feature panels of setters on the left side and pointers on the right; there is a gold inlaid crown on the top lever. Splinter forend and pistol-grip buttstock are of straight grain walnut with standard checkering at 22 LPI, and featuring an ebony forend tip, plastic grip cap, and period red ''Jostam'' recoil pad. Stock dimensions are 14''x1-1/2''x2-1/2''. Originally mfg'd 1930. Condition is very good with approx. 30%-40% case hardening and 90% reblued barrel blue remaining. Engraving is still quite lovely, especially the dog panels, and shows very little discoloration or frosting. Wood is nice but does not appear to be highly-enough figured for a Crown Grade and may be a replacement, unless special ordered by the buyer. There is one small crack at the wrist emanating from the top tang. Barrel selector is sticky and requires adjustment, otherwise the ejector timing is off; bores are mirror bright. There were only 639 12 ga. Crown Grade guns produced between 1912 and 1950, and this is a nice example. Est.: $3,000-$4,000. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456099

Antique English Tranter Double Action Revolver, Cased with Complete and Correct Accoutrements, #9443, 120 bore or .320 RF cal., 3.75'' octagonal barrel is dealer-marked ''J.H. Crane. 3 Royal Exchange. London'' on top flat and ''320'' flanked by London commercial view and proof marks on left angled flat; 5-shot round cylinder is proof marked over each chamber; solid frame (integral with barrel) has fine double-line border engraving, topstrap sighting groove, front side-swinging ejection rod marked ''Tranter's Patent'', right-side hinged loading gate, marked at left breech ''W. Tranter's Patent'' in an oval, has separate large loop trigger guard and integral ''saw handle'' gripstraps, one-piece checkered and varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd ca. 1860s-70s in full-blued finish. Condition is near fine retaining approx. 25% original smooth and glossy blue, tight fitment, crisp edges and sharp markings. Grips are sound with sharp checkering, pleasing color and excellent fit. Action is strong and smooth; bore is clean showing erosion toward muzzle and good rifling. Cased in its original varnished mahogany box having brass screws, hinges, keyhole escutcheon and 1.25'' vacant round nameplate in lid, and lined in blue billiard cloth having compartments for the pistol, Britannia metal oiler, ebony-handle turnscrew, wooden tool, working case key, pasteboard box of 50 ''No. 32'' Winchester cartridges (empty), and striped ticking for patches, the latter two compartments having matching lids with small ivory knobs. All are in fine condition but the cartridge box. Est.: $1,500-$2,500. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456098

London Tower RIC Style Double Action Revolver, marked Bland & Sons, NVSN, .450 CF cal., 4.5'' barrel, nickel finish, hardwood grips, blade front sight and ''V''-notched rear sight. Marked on left side frame ''TRADE MARK(tower of London image)LONDON TOWER'' and ''FOR 450 CENTRAL FIRE CARTRIDGE''. Top of barrel flat marked ''BLAND & SONS 106 STRAND LONDON''. Solid frame with flip-down loading gate. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 60% of its nickel finish, showing flaking and darkening around the muzzle and on both sides of frame. Finish is mostly worn from cylinder, now dark overall. Grips are very good, showing mostly light handling marks and darkening. Action function smoothly and locks up tightly; bore has spots of darkening forward of the lead with very good rifling; chambers are clean and bright. Est.: $700-$900. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456097

British Adams MK II Double Action Revolver, #2820, .450 cal., 6'' barrel, blued finish, one-piece hardwood grip, blade front sight and ''V''-notched rear sight. Marked on right side frame ''ADAMS PATENT'' and interlocked ''JA'' logo flanked by ''TRADE MARK''. Unit marked on grip cap ''1st HERTS/LIGHT HORSE/30/A''. Cylinder marked with matching number and London proof and view marks. Solid frame with latch loading gate. Approved for British Army issue in 1872. Condition overall is good with the metal retaining less than 20% finish and overall browning and patina to the surface. Grip is good with impressions and impact marks around the inside at the cap; no lanyard ring. Action operates smoothly and locks up tight; bore shows frosting with good rifling; chambers have some patina, otherwise bright and clean. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456096

British Coast Guard Percussion Pistol, NVSN, .56 cal., 6'' barrel, bright finish, hardwood stock. No sights. Marked on lockplate ''(crown)/V-R/Lock Viewers mark/1839''. End of tang marked ''ENFIELD''. Top of barrel and left side of stock marked ''1839 ENFIELD''; ''(Broad Arrow)BO'' (Board of Ordnance) and view marks stamped on right side of pistol grip. Pistol has swivel ramrod with button heads and an iron lanyard loop. Safety holds hammer in forward position when activated. Condition overall is good with the cleaned metal finish bright showing old pitting and patina. Wood is very good with mostly clear markings and overall darkening. Action locks back firmly and releases easily; smooth bore has old pitting but is mostly good. Swivel ramrod operates smoothly. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456095

Restored Antique European (Perhaps Mediterranean) Flintlock Blunderbuss, NVSN, approx. .70 cal., 15.25'' half round-half octagonal steel barrel, bells to 1.5'' at muzzle, has cannon-turned rings at juncture, elaborate etched and silver-inlaid geometric and floral designs at sides, top and upper tang of octagonal section and cannon rings; large military style lock with pointed rear teat has integral pan and reinforced cock; brass furniture includes serpentine sideplate, loop trigger guard with tree-like front finial, two elaborate barrel wedge escutcheons, and turned finial retaining the button-tip steel ramrod; oil-finished walnut stock has raised aprons on either side of lock, gracefully carved cheekpiece and comb, made without buttplate. Measures 30'' overall. Condition is good to very good retaining no original metal finishes but an overall cleaned brown patina (likely added at time of restoration); barrel decoration is mostly clear except at right side where approx. 85% eroded from black powder; lock appears to be in original flintlock with unbushed touchhole and correct parts. Smooth and sound stock appears to be a later restoration with sharp edges, a patched thru-hole and 2.5'' filled area at belly, occasional minor wood losses; ramrod is old but likely a replacement. Action is strong and crisp; smoothbore uniformly shows moderate black powder erosion. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456094

Restored Matched Pair of British Pattern 1759 Eliott's Light Dragoon Flintlock Pistols, NVSNs, .66 ''carbine bore'' cal., 8.75'' round barrels without sights have cannon-turned rings at breech; one pistol has a ''(crown)/GR/(Broad Arrow)'' plus 2 deeply-struck proof marks at breech, other pistol just the latter marks; iron lockplates with elongated rear teats are marked ''(large crown)/GR'' ahead of cock and ''Tower'' vertically behind; brass furniture includes serpentine sideplates, trigger guards, domed buttcaps and single finials retaining brass-tipped hickory ramrods. Walnut fullstocks have raised aprons about the upper barrel tangs, raised aprons with rear teats at either side of locks; one pistol's stock is marked ''F-D'' and 2 ''Xs'' behind sideplate and ''(Broad Arrow)'' over ''B'' and ''O'' above buttcap, the other is marked ''D'' and 2 ''Xs'' behind sideplate and ''B O/(Broad Arrow)'' at right grip. Stocks and furniture of both pistols appear to be completely original; it is probable the pair was re-converted to flintlock from percussion, as barrel touchhole areas show no erosion from black powder as would be expected, have a smooth added browned finish. Likewise, both locks are likely of more recent fabrication as their markings do not conform to original 18th century lock markings, nor do they show flint wear or powder erosion. Ramrods may be of the period, but are not exact matches. Condition is good to very good as described, brass has a cleaned light patina. Stocks are solid and smooth having clear markings and minor dings from age and military service, nice grain and color, and a later varnish finish. Actions function well; smoothbores show overall light erosion, likely having been cleaned at the time of restoration. Est.: $1,800-$2,400/Pair. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456093

Matched Pair of French Flintlock Coat Pistols, NVSN, approx. .46 smoothbore cal., 3-1/8'' tapered octagon to round unmarked iron barrels, octagon portions of barrels, along with bands at muzzles, appear to originally have been gold washed. Matching iron furniture including delicately formed serpentine cocks. One lockplate is engraved ''Freconnet'', the other ''St. Etienne'' in matching script (likely Andre Jacque Freconnet who worked in St. Etienne, ca. mid-18th Century). Nicely grained walnut stocks are floral relief carved behind the barrel tang, around lockplates and sideplates. Front and rear trigger guard tangs and ramrod thimbles. This pair appear to be in original flintlock configuration with unbushed touchholes. Condition is very good to fine with smooth patinated metal and clear markings. Stocks are solid showing fine carvings and nice color. Actions are tight and crisp; bores should clean bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,800/pair. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456092

Antique French Flintlock Pistolet Mod?le An XIII, Altered to a Remotely-Fired Alarm or Trap Gun, NVSN, .69 cal., 8'' tapered round barrel made without sights has 3.75'' bolt screwed to left side for mounting to frame or wall; beveled lock has rounded rear teat, separate brass pan, reinforced cock; brass furniture includes trigger guard, having ''T'' within ''(crown)'' mark and iron trigger plate/rear tang; oval butt cap with ''T'' within ''(crown)'' mark, a vacant hole at rear and iron backstrap extending to barrel tang, serpentine sideplate with 3 proof marks and separate front tang made integral with wide barrel band having ''T'' within ''(crown)'' mark; oil-finished walnut halfstock has 1'' dia. circular unit or armory mark between what seems to be ''F3'' and ''(crown)/11'' behind sideplate. Pistol appears to be original flintlock, with unbushed touchhole and correct parts. Condition is good having cleaned heavy pitting over all iron surfaces that has obscured any markings; brass with cleaned age patina, scratches and dings to buttcap. Stock is sound with chipping at area to rear of lock and otherwise minimal marks. Action is strong and smooth; smoothbore is clean with light overall black powder etching. In addition to the barrel's mounting-bolt, the alteration consists of jointed wires running from the trigger thru 2 holes drilled into the grip and attached to a braided cord loop; thus when loaded and primed, and the cord attached to a door or other trip device is actuated, the gun fires. Est.: $700-$900. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456091

Antique English Boxlock Flintlock Pocket or Muff Pistol, NVSN, .45 cal., 1.75'' screw-off round barrel has lug for removal wrench at bottom; boxlock frame has two proof marks at bottom-front, marked ''(draped wreaths)'' over ''John Izard'' at left and ''London'' at right, has reinforced cock, integral pan, hinged frizzen with unusual spring, separate loop trigger guard, integral gripstraps, one-piece varnished walnut bag-style grip. Mfg'd ca. 1800-1830, and perhaps left in the white. Condition is very good having a cleaned bright finish over scattered dings and light peppering; markings are good. Grip is sound with light marks and added varnish. Original flintlock. Action functions; smoothbore shows overall light erosion. Est.: $500-$750. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456090

Early European Hunting Short Sword Hanger, probably German or Dutch, and dating possibly from the 18th Century. 26.75'' single-edged blade with flat back spine, and double edged about 9'' from the point. Flat steel ''D'' guard with curved quillion, and clamshell guard on front. Stag horn grips retained by four large steel rivets. No scabbard. Condition is very good, the blade having been cleaned bright, with no edge nicks; some light pinprick pitting overall. The guard and clamshell have been cleaned bright at sometime in the past, and show some light surface rust and staining. The stag horn grip panels show age and wear with a nice dark patina. Handle, grip and guard are all nice and tight to the blade. Est.: $500-$800.


Lot#: 62456701

Smith & Wesson Model 13 Double Action Revolver, #9D69617, .357 mag. cal., 4'' barrel, blue finish, and Hogue gripper grips. Left side of frame above trigger marked ''SACTO. SHERIFF''. Mfg'd 1982. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 94% original blue, with wear at muzzle and cylinder. Crisp grips and action, bright bore. Safariland lined leather holster is included. Est.: $450-$650. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456700

Ruger MK II Gov't Target Model Semi-Automatic Pistol, with Millett Red-Dot SP2 Optical Sight, #210-49779, .22 LR cal., 6.75'' heavy barrel, blue finish, standard black plastic grips and one factory magazine. Topped with a Picatinny rail and retaining factory standard front and rear sights. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 96% of its original but lightly thinning blue finish. Grips are crisp and need mild cleaning. Action is crisp, bore is bright. Optical sight appears to be in good working order. Est.: $450-$650. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456602

H&R Self-Loading Semi-Automatic Pistol, #4308, .32 ACP cal., 3.25'' barrel, blue finish, checkered walnut grips, with one magazine. Condition is very good as refinished, retaining approx. 92% blue, with overall general scuffs and scratches. Grips with moderate flattening and small scratches. Action needs work, bore is good. Est.: $200-$400. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456601

Smith & Wesson K38 (pre-Model 14) Double Action Revolver, #K272064, .38 Spec. cal., 6'' barrel, blue finish, Hogue rubber finger-groove grips, Patridge front and standard Micro-click rear sight. Includes extra main and rebound springs. Mfg'd 1955. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 95% original blue, with wear at muzzle, forward edges of cylinder, and frame. Case colored hammer and trigger show just light thinning. Grips and action are fine, bore is bright. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456600

WWI Smith & Wesson Model 1917 Double Action Revolver, #130869, .45 ACP cal., 5.5'' barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut grips, with lanyard loop in butt. ''U.S. Property'' marked at bottom of barrel. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 97% original blue, with several small dings just above cylinder latch, as well as chip and loss to left side recoil shield; light scratch to right sideplate. Grips and action are excellent, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456721

Ruger 10-22 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #122-52533, .22 LR cal., 18'' barrel, blue finish, birch stock, standard sights, with two (2) 10-rd. magazines and instruction manual. Condition is near excellent, with some scratches to top of receiver and mild impressions to stock. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456720

Browning Semi-Automatic Rifle, #T48771, .22 LR cal., 19'' barrel, blue finish, checkered walnut stock and forend, standard sights, and factory light floral engraving. Made in Belgium. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 96% lightly thinning blue. Stock with small areas of impressions and wear to checkering. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456719

Plainfield M1 Carbine, #R308, .30 Carbine cal., 18'' barrel, blue finish, commercial walnut stock and handguard, with one 10-rd. magazine and post-WWII green canvas sling. Condition is fine. Metal surfaces retain approx. 96% blue with just light marks from handling. Stock has light to just moderate scuffs and scratches to both sides. Crisp action, bright bore. This early example of a Plainfield Machine utilizes many surplus WWII parts. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456718

Iver Johnson M1 Semi-Automatic Carbine, #AA33036, .30 Carbine cal., 18'' barrel, parkerized finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable aperture on ramp rear sight, with sling and oiler. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S.CARBINE CAL.30 M1'',and ''IVER JOHNSON NJ'' on rear receiver bridge. Buttstock is U.S.G.I. ''pot belly'' type. No magazine. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining over 90% finish. Wood has been sanded and stained over old handling marks, now very good with overall darkening. Action is smooth, bright bore is very good. Modern commercial production of U.S.G.I. Carbine. Est.: $800-$1,100. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456717

Ruger 10-22 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #119-30465, .22 LR cal., 18'' barrel, blue finish, Ramline black plastic stock, standard sights, with one 10-rd. magazine. Extended magazine release has been added. Topped with a Bushnell Sports View 3-9x scope, on Weaver rings and mounts. Condition is fine retaining approx. 92% factory blue, with losses of finish to barrel near forend tip. Gold bead on front sight is missing. Black plastic stock shows light wear. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456716

Investarm/Sile Inc. Backpack Over/Under Shotgun, #369111. 20 ga. 26'' vent rib barrels have 3'' chambers and are choked IC/Mod. Simple boxlock action has a single underlug with single non-selective trigger, auto safety and extractors. Greyed receiver is roll engraved. The gun folds in half for easy carry, when opening lever fully rotated. Field Grade hardwood forend and buttstock are plainly finished and checkered. Made in Italy approx. 1980s. Condition is good, with cracks on both sides of grip at receiver mating, wear to action, and uneven operation. Est.: $200-$350. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456715

Stevens .22-.410 Over/Under Combination Gun, NVSN, .22 LR/.410 bore, 24'' blue barrels, case hardened frame, brown mottled checkered plastic stock and forend, with standard sights. Condition is very good retaining approx. 85% original finish. Stock with scuffs and scratches. Missing rear sight adjustment bar and hammer switch. In its current configuration, only the .410 can be fired without repair. Bores are bright. A nice combination rifle that just needs a little work. Est.: $250-$450. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456714

Remington 870 Pump Action Riot Shotgun, #1035237V, 12 ga. for 2-3/4'' & 3'' shells, 18'' slug barrel with rifle sights, matte finish, with Choate pistol-grip folding stock and black plastic forend. Extended magazine tube has been added. Condition is near excellent showing light wear from either field use or storage, but retaining approx. 94% of its phosphate finish. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456713

Western Field Model 25XNH-402A Pump Action Shotgun, NVSN, 12 ga., 18'' barrel choke Cyl. for 2-3/4'' shells, blue finish, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock, with red rubber butt pad. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 92% original blue, with scuffs and scratches and wear in actioning area of slide. Stock with very mild impressions. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456712

Remington Model 1100 Magnum Semi-Automatic Shotgun, with Extra Barrel, #M656513M, 12 ga., 25.5'' vent rib barrel with 3'' chamber and external screw-in Modified Super Steel choke tube. The entire shotgun has an added camouflage paint finish. Receiver with standard light engraving. Press checkered pistol-grip hardwood stock and forend, with vented black Remington recoil pad, sling swivels and green nylon sling. Includes four (4) additional choke tubes. Extra barrel by Mastingas (Made in France), 12 ga. for 2-3/4'' shells, with Rem-choke system, 24'' vent rib with fiber-optic front sight. Condition is very good. Metal and wood appear to be in good shape before camouflage paint; new finish was owner applied and a little thick in a few areas; approx. 80% remains. Smooth action, bright bore showing some light powder fouling and wad residue. Est.: $300-$400. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456711

FABARM FP6 Pump Action Shotgun, #917135, 12 ga., 20'' barrel for 2-3/4'' & 3'' shells, matte finish, back plastic stock and forend with ventilated handguard. FABARM (Italy) is a subsidiary of Heckler & Koch. Condition is near excellent with minor high edgewear to rear portion of frame and thinning to magazine tube in actioning areas. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $450-$650. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456710

Mossberg Model 500 ATP Pump Action Shotgun, with Extra Barrel, #H957379, 12 ga., 18.5'' barrel, blue finish, 3'' chamber, Cylinder bore, black aluminum alloy frame, pistol-grip hardwood stock and grooved forend, vented brown rubber recoil pad and rear sling swivel. Barrel with brass bead front sight. Extra barrel is 28'' with vent rib, choked Mod., in its original box. Condition is excellent with scattered light handling and use marks to the barrel and receiver; approx. 98% metal finish remains. Wood with a few tiny indentations. Crisp action, bright bore. Est.: $250-$400. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456709

Smith & Wesson Model SW1911 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #UBZ6349, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, stainless steel slide with front and rear serrations; blued steel grip safety, levers, sights and other small parts. Pistol features an added recover Tactical CC3H grip and rail system made of black polymer; white three-dot sights, skeletonized hammer and trigger, no magazine. In original blue plastic S&W case with matching numbered end label, fired test case, bushing wrench and owner's manual. Condition is excellent, Metal shows only insignificant handling marks. Added recover system is like new. Action is smooth, bore is mostly bright with a little powder fouling in the grooves. Would improve with a thorough cleaning. Bore rates as near excellent overall. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456708

Smith & Wesson Model 4583 TSW Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TDU2482, .45 ACP cal., double action only, 4.25'' barrel, satin stainless slide, aluminum alloy frame, wraparound checkered black composite S&W grips, three-dot night sights, semi-bobbed hammer, with 8-rd. S&W magazine. In original blue plastic S&W case with matching numbered end label and S&W wrapping paper. Mfg'd ca. 2000-2002. Pistol rates in fine overall condition with intermittent slight scuffs and other small handling marks. Grips with a few flat spots to the checkering, otherwise showing only light handling wear. Right side of rear sight with a few very shallow indentations and a spot of finish wear. Tight smooth action, bright bore, rifling shows normal light wear and is near excellent overall. Est.: $600-$800. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456707

Smith & Wesson Model 4003 TSW Semi-Automatic Pistol, #BAW6542, double/single action, .40 S&W cal., 4'' barrel, stainless slide, alloy frame, lower accessory rail, one-piece black synthetic checkered S&W grips, white three-dot sights include a square-notched rear, ambidextrous safety/decocker, and a 10-rd. S&W magazine. Condition is near excellent showing only light handling wear, but there are some tiny salt & pepper type blemishes to the top and left edge of slide. Grips are like new. Smooth action, bright bore shows light wear and rates as near excellent. Est.: $450-$650. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456706

Smith & Wesson Model 4046 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TVB1000, double action only, .40 S&W cal., 4'' barrel, stainless frame and slide, checkered black composite wraparound S&W grips, semi-bobbed hammer, three-dot night sights include a square-notched rear, with 10-rd. S&W magazine. No external safety. Condition is near excellent with scattered light handling marks and a few small nicks to front left edge of slide. Grips also show only light handling wear. Action is tight and smooth, bore is bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $350-$550. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456705

Smith & Wesson Model 4053 Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol, #VAC7427, double action only, .40 S&W cal., 3.5'' barrel, satin stainless slide, alloy frame, checkered one-piece black synthetic S&W grips, three-dot night sights include a square-notched rear sight, semi-bobbed hammer, with 8-rd. S&W magazine. Condition is very good overall showing signs of moderate handling and range use, with scattered light scuffs and scratches. Sights no longer glow. Grips also show light handling wear, which includes a few flat spots to the right grip checkering. Tight smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $350-$550. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456704

Smith & Wesson Model 669 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TAE6178, 9mm, double/single action, 3.5'' barrel, stainless slide, aluminum alloy frame, wraparound checkered black rubber Pachmayr grips, ramped front and white outline square-notched rear sight, with decocker and 10-rd. magazine. Condition is near excellent showing intermittent normal light handling and use marks. Factory lettering is crisp. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456703

Colt .22 Conversion Kit for use on Colt .45 Cal. Gov't Models, as well as Super .38 Automatic Pistols. .22 LR cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish, with barrel, floating chamber, blue slide, factory adjustable sights, one all-blue magazine, recoil spring, ejector and slide stop. In 1960's two-piece woodgrain Colt box with yellow end label. Condition is excellent with several small micro-scratches to flat sides of slide. Bore is bright, kit shows very little use. Est.: $450-$650.


Lot#: 62456702

Smith & Wesson Model 19-4 .357 Combat Magnum Double Action Revolver, #52K0508, .357 mag. cal., 6'' pinned barrel, bright nickel finish, factory checkered Goncalo Alves target grips with silver S&W medallions, Patridge front sight and square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation, color case hardened service trigger and semi-target hammer. In original two-piece gray S&W box with matching numbered end label, S&W wrapping paper, cleaning kit with screwdriver, owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Mfg'd ca. 1978-79. Metal surfaces rate in very good overall condition with powder staining to face of cylinder and cylinder flutes. Bright nickel finish with light micro-scratching and other small handling marks. Hammer retains nearly all its vivid case colors; left side of trigger shows some fading. Grips are excellent with sharp checkering and only intermittent minor handling marks. Crisp smooth action, cylinder lockup is tight, bore is bright with near excellent rifling; chambers need to be cleaned. Box shows mostly storage type wear with some flaking to the gray finish on the lid and bottom of the box; corners are intact; end label has been re-attached with clear tape. Est.: $600-$800. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456503

Savage Model 340 Bolt Action Rifle, #E198225, .223 Rem. cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, press checkered walnut stock, front sight has been removed; Williams type rear sight is present. Topped with a Bushnell 4x Banner scope on offset Weaver rings and mounts, with one factory magazine. Dating from the early 1970s. Condition is fine retaining approx. 92% original blue. Stock with light marks from handling. Good action, bright bore, scope optics are clear. Est. $400-$600. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456624

British Wilkinsons marked LSA Bolt Action Rifle, #19, .22 cal., 25.2''barrel, blued finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with protecting ears and adjustable folding leaf rear sight. Marked on right side action body ''LSA. CO LD''. There is a circled LSA logo on top of the Knox form and ''22.R.L.R'' stamped on top of chamber. Left side buttstock is marked with an oval cartouche stamped ''WILKINSONS (unreadable)SWORD/address/PALL MALL LONDON''. Long range aperture and front disc in place, minus pointer. Fitted with magazine cutoff but missing magazine follower to collect spent .22 cal. cases. Matching number stamped on bolt handle. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining over 80% finish. Wood is very good with darkening, handling marks, and scratches to the finish. Blue paint added to right side buttstock. Action is smooth; bore is pitted forward of the chamber, otherwise bright with good rifling. No visible import marks. Est.: $400-$800. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456502

CZ Model 537 Bolt Action Rifle, #04232, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, coarse checkered European walnut stock, with CZ black checkered buttplate. Receiver factory grooved for scope rings; iron sights are present. Mfg'd 1991. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 96% thinning blue. Stock is very good with sharp checkering and several scratches predominantly to left side from field use. Crisp action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456623

Webley & Scott Retailed ''The Puppy'' Double Action Revolver, #5046H, .32 CF cal., 1.5'' barrel, blued finish, black plastic grips, blade front sight and flat frame rear sight, with folding drop-down trigger. Marked on top of frame ''WEBLEY-SCOTT LEBEAU-THE PUPPY COURALLY LIEGE LONDON''. Liege proof mark on cylinder. This revolver was made in Belgium and retailed in Britain by Webley & Scott. Condition overall is very good retaining less than 30% finish. Grips are very good showing a couple of scattered handling marks. Action operates smoothly; bore has some dark areas with very good rifling; chambers show a few dark areas, otherwise bright and clean. Est.: $350-$500. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456501

Winchester Model 70 Classic Featherweight Bolt Action Rifle, chambered in 6.5x55mm, with Leupold Scope, #G384077, 22'' barrel mfg'd without sights, blue finish, checkered one-piece walnut stock, pistol-grip Schnabel forend, red rubber Winchester recoil pad, plain grip cap, and sling swivel studs. Rifle features a bolt-mounted safety, topped with a Leupold Vari-X III 2.5-8x36mm rifle scope with gloss black finish and duplex reticle. In original box with matching numbered end label and owner's manual. Rifle is in excellent what appears to be very lightly used condition, retaining approx. 99% original blue. Stock appears near new. Smooth action, bright bore with strong rifling. Scope is also excellent with crystal clear optics. Est.: $1,000-$1,200. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456622

Webley MK III Commercial Model Double Action Revolver, #29303, .38 S&W cal., 4'' barrel, blued/bright finish, hard wood grips, blade front sight and fixed ''U''-notched rear sight. Marked on left side frame with Webley ''Winged Bullet'' over ''W&S'', and on right side frame ''WEBLEY PATENTS''. Left side barrel extension marked ''MARK ''III''.38'', and ''WEBLEY & SCOTT LTD BIRMINGHAM & LONDON'' on top. Birmingham commercial proof and view marks stamped on major components. Matching numbers on frame, barrel assembly and cylinder. Condition overall is very good with over 80% finish remaining on the metal, showing an area of patina under barrel and on trigger guard. Metal parts are covered with a coat of what appears to be varnish which has aged to a dull color. The two-piece wooden grips are very good with some flattening to the checkering and light handling marks to the age darkened finish. Action functions smoothly and locks up tightly; bore shows an area of darkening and pitting forward of the lead, otherwise bright with very good rifling; chambers are mostly clean. No visible import marks. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456500

Ruger M77 Bolt Action Rifle, #71-75494, .22-250 cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut stock, Ruger red rubber butt pad. Topped with a Bushnell Banner 4-12 scope with duplex reticle, on Ruger rings. Mfg'd in 1976 as barrel is marked ''Made in the 200th Year of American Liberty''. Condition is excellent showing only the lightest marks to the stock from handling. Trigger guard and floorplate are strong. Scope with several very small marks. Crisp action, bright bore, clear scope optics. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456621

FN Model 1905 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #995294, .25 ACP cal., 2'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered FN logo'd hard rubber grips, with one two-tone magazine. Condition is fine retaining approx. 92% slightly thinning factory blue. Grips show only minor flattening to details. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456620

Bernardelli Model 60 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #5707, .380 cal., 3.5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered black VB marked plastic grips, with one factory magazine. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% lightly thinning blue. Crisp grips and action, bright bore. Seldom seen. A good quality firearm. Est.: $200-$300. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456619

Smith & Wesson Model 15-2 Double Action Revolver, #K524743, .38 Spec. cal., 4'' barrel, blue finish, diamond checkered walnut grips with S&W medallions, standard front and click adjustable rear sight. In original matching numbered S&W box with instructions. Mfg'd 1963. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% factory blue, with very light thinning at muzzle and actioning areas. Micro-scratching to cylinder, as well as right side of barrel, and toning to ejector rod. Strong front and back strap. Grips with minor handling marks. Good action, mirror bright bore. Box is about very good with some losses and small tears to lid. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456618

Pre-War Colt Police Positive Double Action Revolver, #402257, .38 Spec. cal., 4'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions. In box with cleaning brush and Shooting Suggestions and very blue end label. Mfg'd 1931. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 94% original factory blue, with light general thinning and discoloration to cylinder. Grips and action are excellent, bore is mirror bright. Box with light tattering to top edges of lid. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456617

Pre-War Colt Police Positive Double Action Revolver, #323842, .38 Spec. cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions. In period factory box with cleaning brush and Special Instructions. Mfg'd 1925. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 96% original factory blue, with light general thinning to cylinder and muzzle. Grips are excellent with minor flattening to left panel, as well as some oil darkening. Action is crisp, bore is mirror bright. Box with scuffs to top edges of lid and, although period correct, is unnumbered. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456616

Post-War Smith & Wesson .32 Hand Ejector Double Action Revolver, #626301, .32 S&W Long cal., 3'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips with S&W medallions, in period correct blue S&W box. Mfg'd 1952. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 94% factory blue, with losses to finish at muzzle from holster wear and to highpoints of cylinder. Case hardened trigger and hammer retain almost all their finish. Strong front and back strap. Crisp grips, good action, bright bore. Box with some water damage and repairs. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456615

Smith & Wesson Pre-Model 37 Airweight Double Action Revolver, #156249, .38 Spec. cal., 2'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered diamond walnut grips with bright medallions. Shipped May 21, 1960, to Rex Firearms, NYC, NY. Factory letter states that at this period of time, between 1959 and 1960, S&W occasionally did not stamp the model number on all its handguns. The model number on this revolver has been left off. Condition is excellent. This flat-latch variation shows little, if any, use, with only the lightest trace of an index mark to rear portion of cylinder. Grips are crisp, action is tight, bore is excellent. Matching numbered box with scuffing all along top edges of lid. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456614

Colt Pre-War Official Police Double Action Revolver, #635057, .38 Spec. cal., 4'' barrel, nickel finish, factory checkered walnut grips with bright Colt medallions. In post-war box. Mfg'd 1939. Condition is very good with flaking nickel to cylinder, just moderate flattening to checks on grips. Good action, bright bore. Later box with tape repairs, scuffs and tatters. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456613

Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Automatic Pistol, #311636, .32 ACP cal., 3.75'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips, with one all-blue correct magazine marked ''Cal.32/Colt''. Mfg'd 1919. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 92%-94% original factory blue, with thinning at high edges and to lower portion of grip safety. Hard rubber grips remain crisp. Action is good, bore is very good with some light frosting. Est.: $600-$900. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456612

Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket Hammerless Semi-Automatic Pistol, #375648, .25 ACP cal., 2' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, factory checkered walnut grips with Colt medallions, and one two-tone factory magazine. In period pocket holster. Mfg'd 1929. Condition is fine to near excellent retaining approx. 94% original factory blue, with thinning of finish to forward edges of slide and several small scratches. Crisp grips, good action, fine bore. Period holster is fine as well. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456611

Reising Model 1916 Semi-Automatic Sporting Pistol, #2603, .22 LR cal., 6.75'' barrel, blue finish, brown hard rubber grips, with one factory magazine and early Hartford address. Mfg'd approx. 1922. Condition is fine retaining approx. 94% lightly thinning blue, with losses to finish near muzzle and front sight ring, as well as high edges of frame and slide. Grips with just the lightest thinning. Crisp action, bright bore. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456610

Post-War Colt Huntsman Semi-Automatic Sporting Pistol, #001205S, .22 LR cal., 6.25'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips, with fixed sights and one Colt marked magazine. In unmarked slightly earlier green-lined brown Colt box. Mfg'd 1969. Condition is excellent showing very little use. Grips are excellent with small areas of flattening to right panel. Good action, bright bore. Box is very good with separation at corners of lid. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456609

Hi-Standard Supermatic Semi-Automatic Target Pistol, #510751, .22 LR cal., 6.75'' compensated barrel, blue finish, factory checkered thumb-rest brown plastic grips, factory adjustable sights, three (3) barrel weights, trigger shoe, with one factory magazine. In matching numbered two-piece brown/yellow factory box. Condition is near excellent with approx. 97% blue remaining and some small wear-thru points to sides of barrel from storage. Grips appear as new with crisp checkering and no losses. Good action, bright bore. Box with some glue repairs and wear-thru at edges of lid. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456608

Modified Smith & Wesson Model 1917 Double Action Revolver, #5782, .45 ACP cal., 5.5'' barrel, blue finish, Roper checkered walnut grips, later added blade rear and serrated Patridge front sight. Mfg'd 1917, with ''GHS'' cartouche to left side of frame below rear sight. Although Roper grips and sights have been added, action has not been tuned. Condition is fine as modified retaining approx. 92% original factory blue. Original front sight has been modified and re-colored. Lanyard loop has been removed. Roper grips with mild flattening and tarnishing to unmarked silver medallions. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456607

Commercial Smith & Wesson Model 1917 Double Action Revolver, #199621, .45 ACP cal., 5.5'' barrel, blue finish, diamond checkered walnut grips with bright S&W medallions. Mfg'd 1937. This Brazilian contract revolver features the Brazilian crest to the right sideplate over 1937 date. Pistol retains approx. 50% thinning and toning blue. Grips with moderate to heavy wear and oil darkening. Good crisp action, fine bore. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456606

English Proofed Colt Police Positive Double Action Revolver, #12114, .22 LR cal., 6'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips, blade front sight and windage adjustable ''U''-notched rear sight. Condition is fine as professionally refinished retaining approx. 96%-97% blue. Nomenclature details remain very crisp. Metal with general light scratching and small handling marks. Right grip panel is crisp; left panel with a substantial sidepiece missing from the back and lower edge. Action is crisp and tight, bore is bright. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456605

Colt Army Special Double Action Revolver, #464548, .38 Spec. cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips. Mfg'd 1921. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% original factory blue with very light wear in hinge area of crane, as well as cylinder latch area. Strong front and back strap, with only the lightest traces of index mark to rear portion of cylinder. Grips and action are crisp, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456604

Post-War Colt Officer's Model Match Double Action Revolver, #915342, .38 Spec. cal., 6'' barrel, blue finish, thumb-rest Herrett type checkered walnut grips, ramp/Patridge front sight and standard Colt adjustable rear sight. Mfg'd 1956. Condition is about fine retaining approx. 85%-90% thinning blue, with finish loss at muzzle, around flutes and forward edges of cylinder, as well as to right side of frame above trigger. Later grips are excellent with very light impressions to forward area of thumbrest. Action is good, bore is bright. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456603

Colt Police Positive Double Action Revolver, #191116, .38 Spec. cal., 6'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered hard rubber grips, in slightly later pre-war unnumbered Colt box. Mfg'd 1920. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 97% blue, with wear at muzzle, minor discoloration to rear portion of cylinder, and very faint index mark. Some micro-scratching to right side of frame beneath cylinder, as well as thinning to front and back strap. Grips are crisp, action is good, bore is bright. Mid-1930s box is fine with some losses to label. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456404

Smith & Wesson Model 627-5 Pro Series Double Action Revolver, #CTZ2318, .357 mag. cal., 8-shot, 4-1/8'' barrel, matte finish, stippled and finger-groove black rubber S&W grips, red ramp front sight and white outline square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation; right side of frame is marked ''Pro Series''. In original blue plastic S&W case with matching numbered end label, cable lock, fired test case, two moon clips, owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Revolver features an internal locking safety mechanism and comes with two keys. Condition is excellent, appearing lightly used, with crisp factory lettering. Cylinder with a light index line, clean chambers, and mild powder staining to the face. Action cycles smoothly and the cylinder locks up tight; bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456525

Parker Bros. V Grade Side-by-Side Shotgun, #107693, 12 ga., 28'' original length blued ''Vulcan'' steel barrels, 2-5/8'' chambers, ivory front and center bead sights, non ejector, #2 frame size, double triggers, checkered wood forend with Deeley and Edge release lever, checkered walnut stock with capped pistol grip, old Jostam rubber recoil pad, 14-1/8'' length of pull to front trigger, 13'' original wood, blank silver shield on bottom edge of stock. In leg-o-mutton leather case. Condition is fair with the barrels showing wear to the original blue finish at the muzzle, breach, and sides around the forend grip area, with some minor rust in a few spots. Bores are dirty and show some light pitting that may clean up in the center, but are mostly bright. There appears to be a ring in the right barrel, just forward of the chamber, and a couple of very light barrel dings on both barrels. Receiver has lost all of its original color case hardening and shows a grey patina overall. The screws on the bottom of the action show some turning scars. The forend shows wear to the checkering, numerous scratches and dings, and wear to the metal finish. Stock has been broken at the wrist and shows a poor repair, with a screw and metal plate attached on top of the wrist area, and a screw and wood peg on the right side panel near the action. There is a large chip out of the wood on the left side next to the action; checkering is worn. Hard rubber spacer next to the recoil pad is cracked and the rubber pad is hard, cracked, and compressed. Action is slightly off face and shows some play when locked up. Leather case shows scratches and scuffs, with the lid having come unstitched from the body of the case. There is soiling to the inside, but generally the case is in decent shape. Est.: $500-$800. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456646

Antique Winchester Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle, 3rd Type, #347900B, .44 W.C.F. (.44-40) cal, 26'' octagonal barrel, dovetailed blade front and adjustable leaf rear sight, marked with maker's name, address, ''King's Improvement'' and 1856-60 patent dates on top flat, caliber at breech; full-length magazine below; marked ''Model 1873'' at upper tang and serial number at lower tang, brass cartridge lifter is later punch-dot marked ''44 Cal.''; oil-stained walnut forend retained by a steel nosecap, matching buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1890 with blued finish but for case hardened lever, hammer and buttplate. Condition is very good retaining approx. 15% barrel/mag tube blue (cold blue added over pitting and knackering, especially on the right side); receiver, lever and buttplate appear to have been refinished in blue long ago, approx. 50% of which remains over scattered pitting. Stocks are sound with occasional nicks, with perhaps a thin later coat of varnish. Action is smooth; bore is clean showing overall light frosting and fine rifling. Est.: $800-$1,400. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456403

Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 646 Double Action Revolver, #PVG0045, .40 S&W cal., 4'' slab-sided barrel, 6-shot titanium cylinder, stainless steel, finger-groove laminated hardwood grips, tall orange blade front sight and square-notched rear adjustable for windage and elevation. In aluminum S&W case with S&W wrapping paper. Revolver is in excellent used condition with scattered slight handling marks to the metal. Grips are also excellent with the exception of two small chips to bottom front edge of each grip. Factory lettering is crisp. Action cycles smoothly, cylinder locks up tight, bore is bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456524

L.C. Smith Field Grade Side-by-Side Shotgun, #12284, 12 ga., 2-3/4'' chambers, 26'' blued ''Armor steel '' barrels, brass bead front sight, matted raised rib, snap spring forend retainer, color case hardened receiver and side locks, non-ejector, blued trigger guard, double triggers, checkered wood splinter forend, checkered walnut stock with capped pistol grip, Pachmayr Whiteline rubber recoil pad, 14-1/8'' length of pull to front trigger, 13-3/8'' original wood. In leather leg-o-mutton case. Condition is near excellent, the barrels retaining approx. 95% original blued finish, with some light wear around the muzzles and some thinning near the forend grip area. Front edge of the barrels and rib are polished bright, and may be a sign that the barrels have been cut down. Bores are a bit dirty but should clean to mirror bright. Receiver and side locks retain approx. 99% of their original color case hardened finish. Trigger guard shows some light edgewear and wear in the grip area. Forend metal shows light wear to the bottom edge. Action locks up nice and tight. Wood on the forend is in excellent shape, the checkering is nice, with a few light scratches to the original varnished finish. Stock shows little wear and use, the factory checkering being thinly cut, but the original varnish finish on the stock has a cracked finish overall with some flaking losses in a few places. Rubber recoil pad has some swelling near the bottom tip, but is still soft and pliable. Worthy of a light restoration on the stock. Leather case is in good condition, having some good quality repairs done to the leather hinge and strap fitments to make it functional; the outside shows some scuffs and scratches, the inside is still fairly clean and very serviceable. Est.: $700-$1,000. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456645

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #2165887, .32 Win. Spec. CF cal., 20'' round barrel, ramped bead front sight and dovetailed adjustable-leaf rear, marked with maker's address ''Winchester Proof Steel-Winchester Trade Mark-Model 94-32 Win. Spl.'' at left; full-length mag tube below; oil-stained walnut forearm is retained by a single band, matching buttstock has checkered steel shotgun buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1956 with blued finish, case hardened hammer and buttplate. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 95% deep original blue, darkened case colors, sharp edges and markings. Stocks are sound and smooth with one shallow impression at right-rear forearm, lovely color and all original oil finish. Action is crisp; bore is brilliant with sharp rifling. Est.: $600-$900. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456402

Smith & Wesson Performance Center Lew Horton Comp Forty Semi-Automatic Pistol, #PCE0020, .40 S&W cal., double/single action, 4.5'' barrel with compensator, combination matte/satin stainless steel, one-piece checkered black composition S&W grip, white three-dot sights include a square-notched rear, with one 10-rd. S&W magazine. Right side of frame with S&W Performance Center logo. Pistol is in excellent very lightly used condition, with only intermittent minor scratches and handling marks, mainly to the slide. Grips are like new. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $1,200-$1,500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456523

Valmet Lion Model 412 Field Grade Over/Under Shotgun, #12700. 12 ga. 26'' barrels have a Simmons vent rib added, 2-3/4'' chambers, and are choked Mod./IM. Boxlock action features a sliding top-lock like a Remington 32, single selective trigger, automatic safety and plain extractors. Standard forend and pistol-grip buttstock are of Field Grade walnut, with an unmarked black plastic buttplate. Mfg'd in Finland approx. 1960s. Condition is very good as used but not abused. Wood and metal have lost some finish, possibly due to improper cleaning, but the action still locks tight and functions correctly; bores are bright. Est.: $500-$650. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456644

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Saddle-Ring Carbine, #997259, .30 WCF (.30-30) cal., 20'' round barrel, pinned block-blade front and sliding-leaf rear sights, marked with maker's name and address at right breech, ''Model 94/Winchester Trade Mark/Nickel Steel'' and caliber at left, full-length mag tube below; receiver has right-side loading, top ejection, bottom operating lever, left-side saddle ring and stud, is marked ''Model 94/Winchester'' on top tang; two-piece oil-stained walnut stocks, the forend retained by a steel band, the buttstock with steel carbine buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1926, with blued barrel, magazine and receiver, balance of metal case hardened. Condition is very good, the barrel, mag tube and two bands showing most of a later dark finish (perhaps cold blue), the balance being cleaned gunmetal gray. Stocks are smooth and sound with scattered nicks/dings (esp. forend) and much finish. Action is crisp; bore is clean showing overall oxidation and defined rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456401

Smith & Wesson Model 610-3 Double Action Revolver, #DBN8075, 10mm, 6.5'' barrel, satin stainless steel, stippled and finger-groove black rubber S&W grips, ramped front sight and square-notched rear sight that is adjustable for windage and elevation, sight blade with added white paint; smooth color case hardened trigger, checkered target hammer. In original blue plastic S&W case with matching numbered end label, cable lock, owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Revolver features an internal locking safety and includes two keys. Condition is near excellent with scattered light scuffs and scratches to the satin stainless surfaces, including a few larger scratches on the cylinder. Grips show moderate handling wear. Hammer and trigger retain a majority of their case colors. Action operates smoothly, cylinder locks up tight, bore is bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456522

Browning Auto-5 Light 12 Semi-Automatic Shotgun, #0G6244, 12 ga., 26'' vent rib barrel choked IC for 2-3/4'' shells, blue finish, checkered European round-knob walnut stock, with Pachmayr brown rubber butt pad. Mfg'd 1956. Condition is very good retaining approx. 85%-90% factory blue, with most of the losses as thinning to receiver. Browning signature light scroll engraving. Stocks with minor scuffs to wrist and comb; butt pad fits fractionally large. Good action, mirror bright bore. LOP is 15''. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456643

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Rifle, #183935, .32-40 CF cal., 26'' octagonal barrel, dovetailed blade front and long adjustable rear (marked ''Pat Feb 5, 1901'') sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1894 patent date on top flat, caliber at breech, full-length mag tube below; receiver is marked ''Model 1894/Winchester/Pat. Aug 21, 1894'' on top tang; two-piece oil-stained walnut stocks, the forend retained by a steel nosecap, the buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1900, with blued barrel, magazine and receiver, balance of the metal case hardened. Condition is very good retaining approx. 15% barrel/mag tube blue, thinning and turning brown, the rest being smooth gunmetal gray, mottled case colors to hammer and lever, knackering to top of bolt, speckling to buttplate. Stocks are smooth and sound with scattered nicks/dings (esp. bottom edges) and much original finish. Action is crisp; bore is clean showing overall oxidation and defined rifling. Est.: $700-$1,000. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456400

Smith & Wesson Model 657-2 ''Classic Hunter'' Double Action Revolver, #BHB9784, .41 mag. cal., 6-shot unfluted cylinder, 6.5'' barrel, stainless steel, stippled and finger-groove black rubber Hogue monogrip, pinned ramp front sight and white outline square-notched rear adjustable for windage and elevation, with a smooth combat trigger and checkered target hammer. In original blue one-piece cardboard S&W box with matching numbered end label, S&W wrapping paper, cleaning kit with sight adjustment tool, owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Condition is excellent with scattered light scratches and small handling marks. Cylinder with light index line; face and chambers are clean. Factory lettering is crisp. Grips are also excellent showing minor handling wear. Action cycles smoothly, cylinder locks up tight, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456521

Early Ruger Mini-14 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #180-15723, .223 cal., 18'' barrel, blue finish, birch stock, with one 5-rd. magazine. This early rifle features early magazine hold-open device to left side of frame. Mfg'd approx. 1975. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 94% original lightly thinning plum blue. Stock with several small impressions. Stickers with previous owner's name and address are present and should be removed. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456642

Winchester Model 92 Lever Action Saddle-Ring Carbine, #918868, .32 W.C.F. (.32-20) cal., 20'' round barrel, pinned blade front and folding-leaf rear sight, marked with maker's name, address, 1884 patent date and caliber at left, full-length mag tube below; marked ''Model 92/Winchester'' at upper tang; two-piece oil-stained walnut stocks, the forend retained by a steel band, the buttstock with straight buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1923, with full blued finish. Condition is fine+ retaining approx. 87% original blue (40% on buttplate, lever is gray). Stocks are sound and smooth showing mostly minor marks, pleasing grain/color and a later coat of varnish (scuffed at right wrist). Missing saddle ring (stud present). Action is crisp; bore is brilliant showing a bit of frosting at muzzle, sharp rifling. Est.: $1,400-$1,800. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456520

Ruger Semi-Automatic Ranch Rifle, #195-37002, .223 cal., 18'' barrel, stainless steel, laminated green-colored hardwood stock, with standard sights, and one blue 5-rd. factory magazine. Provisions for factory scope mounts (rings not included). Condition is excellent showing very little use, with only the lightest marks from handling. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456641

Winchester Model 25 Field Grade Slide-Action Shotgun, #64974. 12 ga. 28'' plain barrel has a 2-3/4'' chamber and is choked Mod. The slide action is identical to the more famous Model 12 but does not have the takedown feature. Gun appears 100% original, with post-WWII forend, no pistol-grip checkering, and pre-1959 buttplate. Mfg'd approx. 1950. Condition is very good and quite serviceable. There is moderate carry wear and expected handling marks, but the action functions correctly and bore is bright. Est.: $350-$500. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456640

Winchester Model 1912 Field Grade Slide-Action Shotgun, #72093. 12 ga. 30'' plain ''Nickel Steel'' barrel has a 2-1/2'' chamber and is choked Full. Action is standard Model 12, but lacking later markings. The early 14-groove forend and uncheckered pistol-grip buttstock appear original. Mfg'd 1914. Condition is good to very good, as functionally satisfactory, with an action that requires a thorough cleaning. The left-hand side of the receiver and parts of the barrel appear iridescent, perhaps from an incorrect bluing process. Est.: $250-$350. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456519

Savage Model 93 R17 BTVSS Bolt Action Rifle, #1761423, .17 HMR cal., 21'' heavy barrel, stainless steel, brown laminated hardwood thumb-hole stock with rollover cheekpiece, black rubber butt pad, vented forend, and a total of three sling swivel studs. Rifle features an Accu-trigger and includes one detachable 5-rd. magazine. Mfg'd without sights, topped with Weaver scope bases and a Weaver Challenger 3-9x scope. Scope with a blue finish and duplex reticle. Rifle is in excellent overall condition with crisp factory lettering. Stock appears near new. Action is smooth, bore is bright with strong rifling. Scope optics are predominantly clear, but there is some damage to the objective lens that is visible around the edges between the 9 o'clock and 12 o'clock position (still serviceable). Est.: $300-$400. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456518

Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #142796, .22 S-L-LR cal., 23'' barrel, blue finish, walnut stock, Winchester stamped steel buttplate, and standard sights. Mfg'd 1956. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 95% original blue, with thinning to finish as scuffs to top and right side of frame. Stock and forend are excellent with just the lightest marks and impressions, as well as minor oil staining near butt. Crisp action, bright bore. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456639

Remington Model 31 Pump Action Shotgun, #525008, 16 ga., 28'' round barrel choked Mod., blue finish, walnut stock and forend, with factory Remington buttplate. Condition is very good to fine retaining approx. 80%-85% thinning and toning blue. Stock with mild impressions and an extra coat of varnish. Good action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $250-$450. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456517

Early Ruger 10-22 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #133184, .22 LR cal., 18'' barrel, blue finish, finger-groove walnut stock, standard sights, with sling swivels, and one 10-rd. magazine. Mfg'd 1968. Condition is excellent showing little use, with very mild impressions to walnut stock. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456638

Winchester Model 37 Single Shot Shotgun, NVSN, .410 bore for 3'' shells choked Full, 28'' barrel, blue finish, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock, with Winchester black plastic buttplate. Condition is fine retaining approx. 92% blue, with wear in actioning areas, and small areas of loss just ahead of the forend. Stock with light general losses to varnish and several very small impressions. Stock has not been sanded nor removed. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456516

H&K Model 300 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #008315, .22 mag. cal., 19.5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered hardwood stock, factory sling swivels, standard iron sight, with one 5-rd. magazine. Top of receiver with provision for H&K proprietary scope mounts. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 97% blue. Stock with several light impressions and small scuffs. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456637

Marlin Model 16 ''B'' Grade Pump Action Shotgun, #97119, 16 ga., plain 27.5'' barrel, 2-9/16'' chamber and choked Mod.; blue finish, lightly factory scroll engraved with waterfowl scene, original pistol-grip select checkered walnut stock with Marlin hard rubber buttplate. Gun has been restored with receiver and barrel reblued and refinish to figured walnut tubular forend and semi-pistol grip buttstock. Receiver appears to have original roll engraving of waterfowl scene and pigeons in flight. Action is a scaled down version of a Model 1898. Mfg'd approx. 1910. Condition is excellent as refinished, with some loss to engraving. Stock and forend remain in fine condition, with flattening to checkering and one quarter-inch scratch emanating from lower portion of left side forend screw. Action is a bit stiff but appears to function correctly; bore is very good. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456515

First Generation Remington Nylon 66 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #2399253, .22 LR cal., 19.25'' barrel, blue finish, brown pistol-grip checkered plastic stock, with early BSA red dot sight affixed to factory rail, original iron sights are present. Instructions are included. Condition is fine retaining approx. 94% original blue. Plastic stock with light overall scuffs and scratches from field use. Red dot sight works well and lights up as designed. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $350-$500. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456636

Solid Frame Winchester Model 1897 Pump Action Shotgun, #193257, 12 ga., 32'' round barrel choked Full, blue finish, round-knob pistol-grip walnut stock with steel buttplate. Mfg'd 1904. Condition is fine retaining approx. 85%-90% thinning and toning blue. Stock with small scratches and oil darkening near buttplate. Stock does not appear to have been sanded. Good action, very good bore that should clean nicely. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456514

Thompson Center Arms R-55 .22 Classic Semi-Automatic Rifle, #21500, .22 LR cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish, one-piece pistol-grip walnut Monte Carlo stock, original black plastic TC buttplate and grip cap, with sling swivel studs. Rifle features a red fiber-optic front sight, notched green fiber-optic adjustable rear sight; receiver is factory drilled and tapped for scope mounts. Includes one factory magazine. In original box with matching numbered end label and owner's manual. Rifle is like new. There are a few very small scratches to the front of the pistol grip and front edge of the grip cap, otherwise appearing to have been handled and fired very little. Bore is mirror bright with sharp rifling. Est.: $300-$450. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456635

Remington Model 513-T Bolt Action Target Rifle, #5183, .22 LR cal., 27'' medium-weight barrel, blue finish, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock, factory checkered steel buttplate, sling swivels. Topped with a Redfield scope on Weaver rings and mounts. Condition is about fine retaining approx. 85% thinning and toning blue, with most of the losses to rear top portion of barrel beneath scope. Stock is solid with minor impressions to left side cheek area near buttplate. Good action, fine bore, scope optics are good. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456513

Remington Model 541-T Bolt Action Rifle, #A1110516, .22 S-L-LR cal., 24'' heavy barrel, blue finish, one-piece checkered pistol-grip walnut stock, ebony forend tip, black plastic buttplate and grip cap. Mfg'd without sights. Top of receiver is factory drilled and tapped for scope base. Includes one nylon 5-rd. magazine. Mfg'd 1995. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% metal finish. Bluing on the receiver is brighter than the rest of the rifle. Factory lettering is crisp. Stock with only a few minor scratches and handling marks; checkering is sharp. Action is smooth, mirror bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456634

Remington Model 514 Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle, NVSN, .22 L & LR cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, smooth pistol-grip mahogany stock, rear iron sight is retained; front sight has been removed. Topped with a Bushnell 4-power Scope Chief scope with standard crosshair reticle. Condition is near excellent retaining almost all of its original blue. Stock with very mild impressions and some losses to finish. Good action, bright bore, clear scope optics. Est.: $200-$400. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456512

CZ 455 Bolt Action Rifle, #A793410, .17 HMR cal., 20.5'' barrel, blue finish, checkered walnut stock, sling swivel eyelets, with one 5-rd. magazine. Topped with a Leupold Vari-X III 3.5x10 scope on CZ rings, with original manual. Condition is excellent retaining approx. almost all its original finish to metal components. Stock with various small scratches from storage. Crisp action, bright bore, clear scope optics with crosshair dot reticle. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456633

Winchester Model 61 Pump Action Rifle, #142653, .22 S.L. or L.R. cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock, with 17-groove walnut forend. Mfg'd 1950. Condition is very good retaining approx. 85% factory blue with most of the losses to chamber area of barrel and forward portion of frame, as well as some thinning at balance point and micro-scratching to right side of frame. Stock is very good with light scuffs of moderate depth to right side of buttstock area. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456511

Savage Model 342 Bolt Action Rifle, NVSN, .22 Hornet cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish, one-piece walnut stock, with factory hard rubber butt pad. Topped with a Bushnell Banner 6-18x58 scope on Weaver rings and side mounts. One factory magazine is included. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 97% factory blue. Stock is excellent with possibly an additional coat of varnish. Good action, bright bore, clear optics. Est.: $350-$500. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456632

Remington Model 12 Pump Action Rifle, #338322, .22 S-L-LR cal., 21.75'' barrel with counter-sunk bore, blue finish, walnut stock and forend, original black hard rubber buttplate, and standard sights. Ca. 1920. Condition is very good retaining approx. 75%-80% thinning blue, with most of the losses to the barrel, high edges of frame, and balance point in front of trigger guard. One forend screw is missing and the other is a later replacement; forend also shows a small thin fracture to the right side. Original stock has been lightly refinished. Bottom tip of hard rubber buttplate is missing. Good action, bright bore most likely also designed for use with shot cartridges. Est.: $250-$450. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456510

Winchester Model 75 Bolt Action Rifle, #18401, .22 LR cal., 28'' barrel, blue finish, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock, factory checkered steel buttplate, with globe front and Lyman adjustable peep sight. Mfg'd 1941. Condition is very good. Barrel assembly retains approx. 96% original blue; receiver with less than 20% thinning and toning blue. Stock with no cracks or losses, but with moderate scuffs and scratches. Action is crisp, bore is very good. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456631

Stevens ''Favorite'' Takedown Single-Shot Boy's Rifle, #B197, .22 LR RF cal., 23.75'' octagonal barrel with open sights, marked with maker's name, address, ''Made in USA'' and caliber on top flat; receiver marked ''Favorite'' with trademark and patent info at top, circular ''SVG'' mark at left, has large front knurled takedown screw, serpentine operating lever, folding adjustable peep sight at top tang, serial number at lower; oil-finished walnut stocks, the buttstock with checkered hard rubber buttplate having ''Stevens'' within ''S'' logo. Mfg'd post-1898 with blued barrel/breechblock, case hardened receiver and lever. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 90% deep barrel blue, with scratches at front sight and scattered light wear; 20% case colors are turning brown. Sound and smooth stocks show light marks, with a factory-filled knot at top buttstock and most original finish. Action is smooth; bore is brilliant showing shallow rifling. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456630

Winchester Model 62A Pump Action Rifle, #325312, .22 S-L-LR cal., 23'' barrel, blue finish, walnut stock, Winchester black plastic buttplate, and standard sights. Mfg'd 1954. Condition is fine retaining approx. 96% blue to barrel and mag tube; frame has been refinished and shows approx. 92% blue. Stock and forend are excellent; stock has been sanded and refinished. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456509

Winchester Model 88 Lever Action Rifle, #198704A, .308 cal., 22'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut stock, with Winchester plastic buttplate. Iron sights are retained. Mfg'd 1967. Condition is excellent. Metal surfaces retain almost all of their original blue; bottom of mag and lever show only one very small mark just forward of safety. Press checkering to stock with little wear. Crisp action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456508

Custom Savage Model 99 Lever Action Rifle, #222789, .300 Sav. cal., 26'' round barrel, blue finish, custom made straight grip cheekpiece fancy walnut stock and forend, bright bead front and standard adjustable type rear sight. Mfg'd 1920. Condition is excellent as modified, retaining approx. 98% of a well-accomplished later blue. Case hardened lever shows plum hues. Custom stock with excellent workmanship and fits very well, with Pachmayr rubber butt pad. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456629

Winchester Model 61 Pump Action Rifle, #262573, .22 S-L-LR cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, walnut stock, Winchester black plastic buttplate, and standard sights. Mfg'd 1957 with factory grooved frame for Weaver mounts. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 97% original blue, with thinning to finish in actioning area of slide and to top of frame. Stock and forend are excellent with just the lightest marks near comb from handling. Crisp action, bright bore. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456507

Pre-64 Winchester Model 70 Bolt Action Rifle, #202558, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, polished bolt, extractor and magazine follower; custom cheekpiece pistol-grip walnut stock with birch spacers and rosewood forend and pistol grip cap; brown rubber butt pad has been added. Topped with a Redfield 4X scope on Redfield rings and mounts. Mfg'd 1951. Condition is excellent as modified, with approx. 96% original blue retained. Strong floorplate and trigger guard. Redfield base features flip-up aperture sight, rear barrel sight has been removed, bright bead front sight is retained. Stock shows very well with one small impression to edge of cheek area. Good action, bright bore, clear optics with simple crosshair reticle. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456628

Winchester Model 06 Takedown Slide-Action Rifle, with Leather Scabbard, #673276, .22 S-L-LR RF cal., 20'' round barrel with open sights, marked with maker's name, address, 1888-92-1906-11 patent dates, model and caliber at left, tubular magazine below; receiver with top ejection, knurled takedown screw at left and loop trigger guard marked ''Winchester'' at top tang and serial number at bottom; gumwood sliding forestock has 12 finger grooves, matching buttstock has checkered hard rubber buttplate with circular ''Winchester Trade Mark'' logo. Mfg'd post-1908 with full-blued finish. Condition is very good retaining traces of blue with scattered light-to-medium brown erosion. Stocks are sound showing occasional nicks and dings, especially at butt, and much finish; buttplate shows wear at top and otherwise very good details. Action is smooth; bore is brilliant with excellent rifling. Russet leather scabbard has two straps with buckles, sound stitching and much finish wear. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456506

Remington Model 700 BDL Varmint Special Bolt Action Rifle, with Leupold Scope, #C6492048, .22-250 cal., 24'' heavy barrel mfg'd without sights, blue finish, skip-line checkered one-piece pistol-grip walnut stock with Monte Carlo comb, ebony forend and grip cap, black plastic Remington buttplate, and sling swivel studs. Topped with a Leupold Vari-X III 3.5-10 scope featuring a gloss black finish, duplex reticle, and Butler Creek lens covers. Mfg'd 1990. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 99% original factory blue, showing only intermittent handling marks to the wood and metal. Stock checkering is sharp and unmarred. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Scope is also excellent with bright clear optics. Est.: $1,000-$1,200. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456627

Winchester Model 63 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #23515A, .22 LR cal., 23'' barrel, blue finish, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock and forend. Mfg'd 1937. Condition is very good retaining approx. 85%-90% thinning and toning blue. Stock with moderate overall impressions and loss of varnish in wrist area. Action remains crisp, bore is fine. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456505

Savage Model 99 Lever Action Rifle, #734380, .250-3000 cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, checkered pistol-grip walnut stock, gold bead front sight is retained; rear sight has been removed to facilitate scope; with leather sling. Topped with a Swift 4x31 scope on Weaver rings and mounts. Dating from the early 1950s. Condition is very good to near fine retaining approx. 85% thinning blue with most of the losses at balance point of receiver, as well as high edges. Machine-turned bolt with darkening from lubricants. Stock with mild impressions, as well as light mildewing which should clean. Scope with stickers showing adjustments for 100-300 yards. Good action, fine bore, and relatively clear scope optics. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456626

Winchester Model 1907 Self-Loading Rifle, #24450, .351 SL cal., 20'' barrel, blue finish, walnut stock and forend, with original 5-rd. and two (2) aftermarket 10-rd. magazines. Mfg'd 1911. Condition is good to very good retaining approx. 60% original factory blue. Stock has been hobbyist carved with horses, Indians and portrait of lady. Standard sights are retained. Action is good, bore is very good. Est.: $450-$600. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456504

Sporterized Springfield Model 1903 Bolt Action Rifle, #1263241, .30-06 cal., 22.5'' barrel, blue finish, polished bolt, fancy checkered cheekpiece stock, with brown rubber butt pad, drilled and tapped for scope mount, as well as right side of rear receiver ring, which is drilled and tapped for receiver sight. Striker has been modified and lightened. Bausch & Lomb 2.5-8x Balvar scope, mounts and rings are included. Condition is fine as modified. Barrel retains almost all of its dark custom inky blue. Matte finish to frame shows light wear in scope mount area. Magazine floorplate with just light wear. Stock with minor impressions and two small spots where sling eyelets have been removed. Crisp smooth action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $450-$650. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456625

BSA Miniature ''WO'' Single Shot Bolt Action Rifle, #19492, .22 LR cal., 24'' barrel, blue finish, pistol-grip walnut stock, brass buttplate, with military front and rear sights and 1.25'' sling swivels. Condition is very good retaining approx. 75%-80% thinning and toning blue. Walnut stock has been lightly sanded, refinished, and shows well. Area behind rear sight with vacant dovetail. Good action and bore. Est.: $200-$400. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456660

U.S. Springfield 2nd Allin Conversion Model 1866 Trapdoor Rifle, NVSN, .50 CF cal., 36.625'' round barrel, standard Civil War M1863 sights, marked with an ''(eagle head)'' at left breech; trapdoor breechblock is marked ''1866/(eagle head)'' at hinge; beveled lockplate marked ''(spread eagle holding olive branches)'' over ''U.S./Springfield'' below latch and ''1865'' to rear; steel fittings include 3 spring-retained barrel bands (middle with sling swivel), two-piece trigger guard with front sling swivel, curved buttplate marked ''US'' at top screw, 2 lock screw escutcheons, nosecap and slotted/grooved rod; one-piece oil-stained walnut fullstock. Originally finished in the bright but for dark oil-hardened breechblock. Condition is near fine retaining much bright finish, dulling and having light oxidation in places and minor erosion to buttplate heel; edges and markings are clear and sharp. Stock is sound showing the expected dings/marks of age and use, 1.5'' shallow wood chip out at left barrel/stock juncture and chipping along ramrod channel, likely sanded as inspector's cartouche not present. Action is strong; bore is clean showing overall erosion and faint rifling. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456305

Custom Liner-Lock Folding Knife, by Bill Coffey, 3.75'' spear-point gold-colored Damascus blade and thumb stud with what is likely a yellow sapphire, overall closed length is 4.75''; mammoth tooth scales, Damascus bolsters, file-worked back spacer and partially file-worked blade spine, with gold-colored liners. There are also gold-colored file-worked spacers between the bolsters and scales. Inside of handle is marked ''Bill Coffey''. This impressive knife is in new condition and is a real eye-catcher. Est.: $750-$1,000.


Lot#: 62456426

TNW M1919-A4 Semi-Automatic Rifle, with Tripod, #000332, .308 Win. cal., 24'' including booster, dark grey parkerized finish, adjustable rear sight. Mfg'd and converted to semi-auto function only using an original U.S.G.I. parts kit and commercial right-hand sideplate, trigger and sear. Rifle is in very good condition and shows minor handling marks and scuffs from storage, retaining approx. 98%+ as refinished, appears unfired since the rebuild. Barrel rifling is bright and shiny but shallow. Right-hand sideplate is marked ''U.S. Government, Model 1919 A4/A6 Machine Gun, Caliber .30 Semi Auto, Vernonia, OR'' and marked with the TNW logo, showing a small flaw just forward of the closed bolt. Includes one FN Mag-58 Tripod, which has been refinished in an OD green color. Tripod, like the rifle, does not appear to have been used since being refinished but shows handling and storage marks. Also included are: .30 Browning Model 1919A4 Machine Gun, by Ian Skennerton, U.S. Army Manual TM 9-1005-212-25, info sheet from TNW and letter from Dept. of the Treasury to Northwest Imports stating their re-design of the 1919-A4 to semi-automatic was approved. Est.: $3,500-$5,000. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456547

Smith & Wesson Model 422 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TBT7398, .22 LR cal., 4.5'' barrel, blue finish, factory black plastic checkered grips, with one factory magazine. In original blue S&W box with matching numbered end label and owner's manual. Condition is excellent, appearing as new, showing very little use. Missing one grip screw (easily obtained from factory). Box with several tape pulls to top and bottom. Est.: $450-$650. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456668

Lot of Two (2) U.S. Officer's Swords: (1) Model 1860 Staff & Field Officer's Sword, 29-7/8'' bright etched decorated blade, maker marked ''J.H. Wilson, Maker, Philda. '' at the ricasso. Gold-gilted brass clamshell guard with folding rear langet, grooved wood grip with sharkskin covering and single twisted wire wrap. Domed pommel with eagle decoration and shield. American eagle on front clamshell langet. Nickel-plated scabbard with gold-gilded fittings, and three hanger rings. Condition is very good, the blade mostly bright with some scattered rust spots mostly near the front half. Etched designs of ''U.S.'', floral, and military motifs. Guard and pommel retain most of the original fire gold-gilded finish, with age and staining in the recesses. Sharkskin grip covering shows minor losses and wear overall. Grip wire is tight and intact, handle is tight on the blade. Scabbard shows wear to the nickel-plated finish, with only small remnants remaining around the fittings, but no dings. (2) Model 1902 Officer's Sword, 30'' bright etched engraved blade, maker marked ''Gemsco'' and ''Germany'', with original leather blade washer. Nickel-plated 4-branch guard, backstrap and pommel. Black composite grip with four finger grooves. Nickel-plated scabbard with two hanging rings, and leather sword belt hanger. Condition is excellent, the blade almost like new, clear etchings of eagle and shield, ''U.S'', and floral designs. Guard shows some oxidation, but should clean well. Grip has a couple of minor scrapes. Scabbard is dent free, with a bright plated finish, and shows numerous light scratches from use. Leather hanger shows age and cracking, but is sound. Dates to post-WWII-1960's. Est.: $300-$500/lot.


Lot#: 62456304

Custom Liner-Lock Folding Knife, by Harald Moeller, entitled ''The Comet Folder'', 3-1/8'' mirror polished ATS-34 stainless steel blade with thumb stud that features a 2mm inlaid diamond, overall closed length is 4.25''; ebony wood scales, one side with an inlaid comet-shaped meteorite which has one 3mm and nine (9) 1.5mm diamonds. Meteorite bolsters with gold-plated screws, and mirror polished file-worked liners. Inside is marked ''Moeller''. Included is a small information card with details on the knife. This unique folder is in like new overall condition displaying only a few very minor handling marks. Est.: $700-$900.


Lot#: 62456425

Rock-ola M1 Semi-Automatic Carbine, #4552780, .30 Carbine cal., 18'' barrel, parkerized finish, flat bolt, walnut stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable aperture on ramp rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S.CARBINE CAL..30 M1''. Receiver tang is marked ''ROCK-OLA'', and barrel behind front sight is also marked ''ROCK-OLA''. Right side of buttstock is stamped with a U.S. Ordnance Dept. ''wheel'' cartouche, and the underside of the stock wrist has a ''(circle)/P'' firing proof. A U.S.G.I. oiler in excellent condition and an early green cotton sling in fair condition are included. No magazine. Condition overall is very good with approx. 85% finish remaining on the metal, and toning on the barrel and bayonet assembly. Wood is very good with an even color and showing scratches around the wrist area. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. No visible import marks. Est.: $900-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456546

Smith & Wesson Model 67-1 Double Action Revolver, #ADH2282, .38 Spec. cal., 4'' barrel, stainless steel, Pachmayr gripper black rubber grips, red ramp front and standard adjustable rear sight, with standard width hammer and trigger. Left side of frame above trigger marked ''C.D.F.''. Condition is near excellent. Stainless steel with scuffs and scratches from field use showing to cylinder and left side of barrel and cylinder. Grips remain crisp. Action is excellent, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $450-$650. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456667

U.S. Model 1840 Enlisted Artillery Sword, by Ames, 32'' curved blade with a single wide fuller on both sides. Markings at the ricasso are faint, but read ''U.S., A.D.K., 1863'', and ''Ames Mfg. Co. Chicopee Mass.''. Heavy brass ''D''-guard with curved quillion, helmet-shaped brass pommel with nice original tang peen. Grooved wood grip is covered with dark brown leather and wrapped with a single twisted brass wire. Original leather blade washer is present. Scabbard is steel, painted brown, with two hanging rings, and has inspector's stamps on the drag of ''O.D.H.''. Condition is very good, the blade having been lightly cleaned, showing scattered age graying and minor rust stains, with some light pitting. There are no edge nicks. Guard and pommel show a light aged patina with traces of the original fire gilt finish in the protected areas. Handle is cracked in a couple of places, with some small scuffs and gouges to the original leather covering; original wire wrapping is intact and tight. Scabbard paint is a fairly recent addition, and there are a few very minor dings in the scabbard body. Est.: $300-$500.


Lot#: 62456303

Beautiful Custom Liner-Lock Folding Knife, by Howard Hitchmough, 2.25'' drop-point stainless Damascus blade with maker's mark, each side with four small 18K gold pins to assist with opening, overall closed length is 3.25''; Damascus bolsters, white mother of pearl handles, purple anodized titanium spacers, with file-worked back spacer. Includes an information sheet from the maker. Knife is in new condition, functions smoothly, and locks up securely. Overall a very lightweight knife. Est.: $700-$1,000.


Lot#: 62456424

Modified Remington Model 1903-A3 Bolt Action Rifle, with Telescopic Sight. #3521981, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, parkerized finish, walnut stock, with issue fixed sights removed, and green U.S.G.I. sling. Receiver markings covered by scope mount. Barrel behind front sight marked ''RA.(flaming bomb)3-43''. Stock marked on underside with inspection stamps and a ''(circle)/P'' firing proof on the underside of the stock wrist. Rifle has been modified by removing sights and installing a scope mount to the receiver. Bolt has been swept to the rear and a flip safety installed. Wood has been relieved from the right side forend to accommodate the bolt handle. There is evidence of heat application to the front and rear bridge of the receiver. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 90% finish with discoloration behind the muzzle. Wood is very good with an even color and handling marks to the right side forend and buttstock. Action is smooth; bore has light frosting forward of the chamber, otherwise bright with very good rifling. No visible import marks. Scope mount is marked with an ''R'' inside of a scope reticle symbol. Scope is marked ''MODEL 330 PATS. PEND.W.R.WEAVER CO.EL PASO TEX.U.S.A.''. Windage and elevation knobs have locks in place and turn stiffly. Condition overall is good with wear and patina to the tube and rings. Optics are bright and clear. Est.: $700-$1,000. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456545

Smith & Wesson Model 17-6 Double Action Revolver, #BEE9642, .22 LR cal., 6'' barrel, blue finish, factory finger-groove hardwood grips with S&W medallions, Patridge front and standard adjustable click rear sight; target trigger and target hammer. Mfg'd 1984. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 97% blue, with some areas of micro-scratching to left side of barrel. Very light index line to rear portion of cylinder. Grips and action are excellent, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456666

Lot of Two (2) N. Starr Contract U.S. Cavalry Swords: (1). Starr Cavalry Sword with scabbard, 31.75'' blade having a wide groove on both sides and hatchet type point. Marked at the ricasso ''U.S., P., L.S., N.STARR''. Replacement leather blade washer. Grooved wood handle missing the leather covering. Iron ''P''-shaped guard and pointed quillion. Correct steel scabbard with two hanging rings. Condition is good, the blade showing age graying, dark rust stains, light cleaning, with a couple of minor edge nicks, but no pitting. Clear markings at ricasso area. Wood grip is cracked and chipped, and missing the leather covering. Scabbard has two small dings on the lower sharp edge, and has been repainted with a dull black finish. (2) Starr Cavalry Sword, no scabbard, 31.25'' blade with wide groove, hatchet point, and faint stamped marks ''U.S., L.S., P., N.STARR'' at the ricasso area (N.STARR is more pronounced). Iron ''P'' guard with pointed quillion. Grooved wood grip with original leather covering. Condition is fair, the blade having a dark rust patina overall, minor edge nicks, and a couple of forging flaw openings. Wood grip in good condition retaining approx. 90% of the old black leather covering. Leather showing age, heavy cracks and wear. Est.: $400-$600/lot.


Lot#: 62456302

Eye-Catching Custom Liner-Lock Folding Knife, by Mike Zscherny, 2.75'' blade with ruby inlaid gold-colored thumb stud, overall closed length is 4-1/8''; mother of pearl scales with gold screws and wire inlay, blued Damascus bolsters with gold screws, blued titanium file-worked liners, file-worked back spacer with two small inlaid rubies. Marked inside with maker's name. Knife is in new condition. Combination of colors and different materials used in making this knife make for a very appealing look. Est.: $500-$800.


Lot#: 62456423

Very Early Model 1903 Springfield Armory Bolt Action Rifle, with four digit serial number #8626, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, blued finish, early straight bolt handle, walnut stock, blade front sight with attached hood and adjustable folding leaf rear sight. A good condition U.S. Model 1907 leather sling faintly marked ''ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL 1908 H.E.K.'' is attached. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY.MODEL 1903'', and on barrel behind the front sight ''SA/(flaming bomb)/05/A''. Faint boxed left side stock cartouche is dated ''1908''. There is a faint ''(circle)/P'' firing proof on the underside of the stock wrist. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 70% finish, which is now mottled across the receiver. Wood is very good with darkening and areas of scratches and handling marks to the finish. Action is smooth, bright bore is very good with good rifling. Est.: $900-$1,800. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456544

Smith & Wesson Model 60 Double Action Revolver, #R258899, .38 Spec. cal., 2'' barrel, stainless steel, factory checkered hardwood grips with S&W medallions. Pre-1981 pinned barrel. Condition is fine to near excellent showing light range use. Sighting area with green paint (easily removed). Grips with just minor flattening. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $450-$650. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456665

Antique Remington New York State Contract Rolling Block Rifle, NVSN, .50-70 CF cal., 36'' round barrel, block-blade front (doubles as saber bayonet lug) and stepped sliding-leaf rear sights, marked ''E'' at left breech; rolling-block receiver features distinctive NYS contract high, curved hammer spur, breech block with side-facing thumb lever and safety-locking action, has 3-line maker's name, address and 1864-66-67-77 patent dates on top tang; iron furniture includes 3 spring-retained barrel bands (top with sling swivel) marked ''B'', separate loop trigger guard with front sling swivel, curved buttplate, nosecap and slotted-grooved ramrod; two-piece oil-stained walnut fullstock having ''HBH'' inspector's initials within a fancy riband at left wrist. Mfg'd ca. 1872 in 15,000 qty., originally with blued barrel and case hardened receiver. Condition is very good+ retaining no original metal finishes but a smooth gunmetal gray patina, the barrel showing light age toning, receiver with traces of case colors but generally silvered-out. Stocks are sound and smooth showing scattered minor marks, sharp inspector's cartouche and nice coloring. Action is strong and smooth; bore is bright throughout showing excellent rifling. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456301

Custom Liner-Lock Folding Knife, by Mike Zscherny, Ely, Iowa, 2.75'' drop-point Jerry Rados Damascus blade that features a gold-colored thumb stud with diamond insert, overall closed length 3-7/8''; Chris Marks Damascus ''petri dish'' bolsters, with white mother of pearl scales, gold-colored screws, bluish-purple file-worked liners, stainless file-worked back spacer that is marked on the inside with maker's name. Knife is in new condition and operates extremely smooth; blade locks up securely. A wonderful knife. Est.: $500-$700.


Lot#: 62456422

Japanese Type 44 Arisaka Bolt Action Carbine, with Folding Bayonet, #2136, 6.5x50mm, 19.2'' barrel, blued finish, two-piece hardwood stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable folding leaf rear sight. With steel dustcover and leather sling. Marked on top of receiver ring with intact Imperial chrysanthemum over characters for ''44 Type''. Left side receiver rail is stamped with Nagoya Arsenal symbol and 2nd Series stamp. Matching numbers on bolt handle and bayonet. Buttstock has single hole to contain cleaning rod (not included). Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining close to 85% finish, showing old patina spots across the barrel jacket/bayonet mount assembly. Dustcover and trigger guard have age toned to a plum color. Bright bolt retains most of its color and the buttplate shows old patina. Right side forend has a grain crack extending downward toward the magazine floorplate, otherwise the wood is good with three cross grain scratches and other handling marks to the age darkened finish. Action, folding bayonet, rear sight, and cleaning rod door operate smoothly; bright bore is good with good rifling. No visible import marks. A rare rifle to find in original condition with matching numbers on bolt and bayonet. Est.: $1,000-$1,400. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456543

Smith & Wesson Model 14-4 Double Action Revolver, #85K8833, .38 Spec. cal., 6'' barrel, blue finish, Herrett type checkered walnut thumb-rest grips, Patridge front and white outline rear sight, target trigger, target hammer. Mfg'd 1980. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 97% lightly thinning blue with minor wear at muzzle and forward edges of cylinder; cylinder with light index mark; minor scuffs to sideplate and discoloration at screw slots. Grips are excellent with some scratches to forward edge of thumbrest. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456664

Quality Alteration of a U.S. Springfield Model 1873 Trapdoor Rifle to Period-Style Sporting Rifle, #1-158 (partially obscured), .45-70 Gov't. CF cal, 25.5'' round barrel, dovetailed block-blade front and ramped sliding-leaf rear sights, marked ''V/P/(eagle head)/P and ''R'' at breech; ''low-arch'' breechblock marked ''U.S./Model/1873'' at hinge; flat lockplate marked ''(spread-wing eagle)'' and ''US/Springfield'' below latch; standard M1873 steel fittings include two-piece trigger guard without swivel mount, smooth trigger and 2 round lock screw escutcheons; varnished walnut stock features flame grain, line-bordered finely-checkered panels at forend and pistol-grip with oval black Bakelite cap, elevation-adjustable peep tang sight, sling studs at front and rear, red rubber Pachmayr buttpad. Condition is excellent as altered, the barrel and trigger guard retaining approx. 95% of what appears to be original military blue, the balance of the metal being smooth gunmetal gray showing bright case colors inside the trapdoor. Stock is likewise excellent with lovely deluxe grain and color, minimal use/storage marks (mainly to bottom of forend), and smooth varnish finish. Workmanship is of professional caliber; action is strong and crisp; bore is brilliant with sharp rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (No FFL Required)


Lot#: 62456300

Custom Liner-Lock Folding Knife, by Frank Centofante, Tampa, FL, 2.75'' stainless drop-point blade with light blued thumb stud, blade is maker marked, overall closed length is 3.5''; light blue bolsters, liners and file-worked back spacer, and pink mother of pearl handles. Knife function is extremely smooth and condition is new. A very clean beautiful knife. Est.: $500-$800.


Lot#: 62456421

WWII Japanese Shin-Gunto Officer's Sword, with signed 24-7/8'' shinogi-zukuri blade and gunome wavy temperline. Original length tang having one hole, with Seki arsenal stamp, and signed ''Ishiwara Kanemichi''. Slightly mokko shaped iron samurai type tsuba guard with incised decorations of plants, has faint signature, and holes for kozuka and kogai. Thin leather seppa replacement spacers. Tsuka handle covered in thin leather and wrapped with brown silk cord. Handle fittings are typical mid-war military type, with cherry blossom military menuki. Sarute loop is present in the upper fitting. Scabbard is a samurai type, made of wood covered with black lacquer, and fitted with a ring hanger and leather cover for field use during the war. Condition is very good, the blade retaining a lot of its original factory polish and visible oil quenched temperline. There are some minor fingerprint rust stains, light scratches overall, and a couple of nicks on the back spine and top sides. Tsuba shows an oxidized patina with scattered paint spots. Handle is in good shape showing only light age and use. Leather cover on the scabbard shows numerous scuffs, scrapes, and wear; mouth of the scabbard has some minor losses to the wood. Overall a nice example. Est.: $600-$800.


Lot#: 62456542

Taurus Model 94 9-Shot Double Action Revolver, #1125502, .22 LR cal., 4'' barrel, blue finish, press checkered hardwood grips with gold Taurus medallions, factory adjustable sights. Condition is excellent showing little use. Crisp grips and action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456663

Antique Colt Model 1849 Percussion Pocket Revolver, #72468, .31 cal., 5'' octagonal barrel has the 2-line ''New York City'' address on top flat and ''3'' at bottom left, hinged loading lever below; round 5-shot cylinder marked with the roll-engraved ''Stagecoach Hold-Up'' scene and ''Colts Patent/No. 72468/3''; open-top frame marked ''Colts/Patent'' in tiny letters at left; two-piece small rounded brass trigger guard marked ''x'' at left bolster and matching backstrap, one-piece varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd ca. 1853 with blued barrel, cylinder and trigger, case hardened lever, frame and hammer, silver-plated straps. Condition is very good retaining no original finishes but traces of silver, being overall clean gunmetal gray with good edges, clear markings and a light but mostly visible cylinder scene. Visible serial numbers match; wedge and 3 screws are replacements. Action is defective as cylinder does not turn when cocked; bore shows overall black powder oxidation and sharp rifling. Est.: $600-$900. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456420

WWII Japanese Shin-Gunto Officer's Sword, 25-7/8'' shinogi-zukuri blade with gunome wavy oil quenched temperline. Unsigned tang with painted factory assembly numbers, having one mounting hole. Brass habaki collar. Mid-war solid military tsuba guard with six military seppa spacers, three on each side. Tsuka handle covered in small nodule rayskin and wrapped with dark brown silk cord. Military fittings with pushbutton lock at bottom and knot loop at top. Cherry blossom military menuki under the handle wrapping. Light brown painted steel scabbard with military fittings. Condition is very good, the blade is bright with only a couple of spots of light rust stains, nice visible temperline, a few minor scratches, and would clean to near excellent with some old dried oil residue present. Tsuba, handle and scabbard fittings show some age and light wear. There is some minor shrinkage to the rayskin covering of the handle, the silk cord wrapping is very sound and tight, with some light soiling. Scabbard paint shows some losses near the hanger ring and scattered nicks, small chips, and scratches. Handle is nice and tight, and the pushbutton lock works well. Overall a very nice example. Est.: $600-$900.


Lot#: 62456541

Beretta Model 950 BS Jetfire Semi-Automatic Pistol, #BR08838V, .25 ACP cal., 2-3/8'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered black plastic grips, with one magazine. Pistol features tip-up barrel to ease in chambering the pistol. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 97% lightly thinning blue. Crisp grips and action, fine bore. May need a light cleaning as slide sticks a little. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456662

Civil War Remington ''Old Model'' 1861 Army Percussion Revolver, #4713 (under left grip), .44 cal., 8'' octagonal barrel is marked with maker's name, address and 1861 patent date on top flat, and ''PR'' at left side, has cone front sight, hinged loading lever below (marked ''P'' at web); round 6-shot cylinder is marked ''47/13/D'' on rear face; solid frame is marked ''PR'' at left breech area, ''P'' at left side, has front-sliding cylinder arbor, integral gripstraps and separate brass loop trigger guard marked ''P'' at top screw, two-piece oil-finished walnut grips with inspector's cartouche at left side. Mfg'd ca. 1862 with full blued finish but for case hardened hammer. This is the early model with Beals-style frame and concealed barrel threads at breech. Condition is very good retaining no original metal finishes, being gunmetal gray having scattered areas of cleaned roughness, especially cylinder; lightly-toned brass. Sound grips show a minor chip at right butt, much oil finish and inspector's cartouche present. Action is crisp; bore is bright with erosion toward muzzle and fine rifling. Est.: $700-$1,000. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456540

Smith & Wesson Model 4013 Compact Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TVD7813, double/single action, .40 S&W cal., 3.5'' barrel, matte stainless slide, alloy frame, one-piece checkered black S&W plastic grips, white three-dot sights include a square-notched rear, bobbed hammer, ambidextrous safety/decocker, with one 8-rd. S&W magazine. In original blue one-piece S&W box with matching numbered end label, cleaning kit, owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Condition is excellent showing a few light handling marks, most noticeable on the right front edge of frame. There is a slight scuff to the right grip, which is otherwise like new. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $500-$700. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456661

Civil War Remington ''Old Model'' 1861 Navy Percussion Revolver, #16698 (under left grip), .36 cal., 7.375'' octagonal barrel is marked with maker's name, address and 1861 patent date in 2 lines on top flat, and ''J'' at left side, cone front sight, hinged loading lever below; round 6-shot cylinder indistinctly marked ''98'' on rear face; solid frame (early Beals style without visible breech threads) is marked ''J'' at left breech area, ''C'' at left side, has front-sliding cylinder arbor, integral gripstraps and separate brass loop trigger guard, two-piece oil-finished walnut grips with ''TA'' (?) initials at butt. Mfg'd ca. 1862 with full blued finish but for case hardened hammer, in approx. 7,000 qty. Condition is very good retaining no original metal finishes, being gunmetal gray having areas of cleaned minor roughness, polished brass. Sound grips show minor dings with filler at both heels, nice oil finish and lacking left-side inspector's cartouche. Action is crisp; bore is clean with overall frosting and sharp rifling. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456419

Antique Japanese Wakizashi, in Samurai Mounts, on Stand, 15.75'' hirazukuri-shaped blade with two holes in the signed tang. Two-character signature reads ''Masamune'', most likely gimei, false signature. Blade has had the machi moved up a couple of inches. Blade shows a coarse itame wood-grained folding pattern. Condition of the blade and polish does not allow any determination of the temper line, if present. Copper habaki at base of blade. The tsuba is shakudo a copper alloy that has been polished bright and has a wavy silver rim around the outside edge. Handle is covered in stingray skin and wrapped with brown silk cord. The fuchi is signed and made of copper or shakudo with large carved kanji around the edge. The kashira is copper with a dragonfly. The menuki are a man with a large bag, and a bag tied at the top with two rice bundles. Scabbard has pockets for kogai and kozuka, is painted with black lacquer and decorated with silver-painted mons. Metal fitting at the bottom has carved flowers with gold highlights. The kozuka handle is shakudo with gold decoration of a hat, tea pot and hoe. The kogai is a waribashi, a set of chop sticks that fit together in the middle. It has a decoration of two poles connected by a chain, and is signed on the back. The stand is a short wood carved piece painted with black lacquer. Condition is fair, the blade having been heavily polished and buffed bright, the tang cleaned and polished bright. The tsuba, seppa spacers, and fuchi have all been polished bright and have lost all their dark patina. Handle wrapping is sound and shows age and soiling. Scabbard shows thinning and losses to the painted mons, scratches, dings, and chips to the lacquer. The waribashi kogai shows some light polishing mainly on the bottom and back side. The kozuka shows some glue residue around the blade opening, and the kogatana blade is polished bright on both sides. There is a thin braided cord through the kurikata on the saya. The stand is a modern piece of non-traditional design and has a few chips on the sharp corners. Est.: $500-$800.


Lot#: 62456418

CMP H&R M1 Garand Semi-Automatic Rifle, #5635122, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, parkerized finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with protective ears and adjustable aperture rear sight, and U.S. green cotton sling ink stamped ''MRT 6-55''. Marked on receiver tang ''U.S.RIFLE CAL .30 M1 H & R ARMS CO.'' Right side barrel is marked ''HRA 6 55''. Bolt, operating rod, trigger housing, safety, all marked ''HRA''. Stock has a faint U.S. Defense Acceptance stamp on the left side and a ''(circle)/P'' firing proof on the underside of the wrist. Receiver has been re-shaped on the left side of the magazine well. Includes a CMP Certificate of Authenticity, data sheet, and owner's manual. Condition is very good with close to 90% black finish remaining on the metal with a few rust spots on the barrel. Wood is very good with some re-shaping to the front handguard and applied finish over old handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore is close to excellent. No visible import marks. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456539

Smith & Wesson Model 645 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TAV7498, double/single action, .45 Auto cal., combination matte/satin stainless finish, checkered black plastic S&W grips, checkered front and back gripstrap and squared-off trigger guard; red ramp front sight and white outline square-notched rear sight, ambidextrous safety/decocker, with one 8-rd. S&W magazine. In original one-piece blue S&W box with matching numbered end label, owner's manual, sight adjustment tool, and misc. factory paperwork. Condition is near excellent with intermittent handling marks and small scratches to the slide; left side of frame with takedown mark near slide stop. Grips are excellent with sharp checkering; left grip with a few small mars towards the upper edge. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $600-$800. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456417

Remington Model 1903-A4 Bolt Action Rifle, with Telescopic Sight, #3421287, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, parkerized finish, walnut stock, with green U.S.G.I. sling. No fixed sights installed. Marked offset on left side of receiver ring ''U.S.REMINGTON MODEL 03-A3''; barrel is marked ''RA(flaming bomb)4-44''. Front sight dovetail is straight and clean. Stock and handguard may be modern replacements and are unmarked. Serial number within sniper rifle range. Condition overall is very good with the re-parkerized metal retaining almost all of its finish. There is scuffing to the inside of the pistol grip, otherwise wood is excellent with scattered light handling marks to the even colored finish. Action operates smoothly; bore is pitted forward of the chamber, otherwise bright with very good rifling.. No visible import marks. Scope mount is marked on rear bridge ''REDFIELD''. Scope is marked ''TELESCOPE M73B1 PATD.-PATS.PEND.W.R.WEAVER CO. EL PASO TEX.U.S.A.'' Windage and elevation knobs have locks in place and turn stiffly. Condition overall is very good with wear and patina to the tube; rings are very good; optics are bright and clear. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456538

Smith & Wesson Model 4013TSW Semi-Automatic Pistol, #BDX1136, double/single action, .40 S&W cal., 3.5'' barrel, satin stainless slide, alloy frame, lower accessory rail, bobbed hammer, checkered black plastic S&W grips, white 3-dot sights include a square-notched rear sight, ambidextrous safety/decocker, and 9-rd. S&W magazine. In original blue plastic S&W case with matching numbered end label, cable lock, owner's manual, sample fired test casing and misc. paperwork. Condition is near excellent showing normal light handling and use marks, including some edgewear to the safety and accessory rail. Grips with moderate handling wear. Excellent smooth action, bright bore. Est.: $450-$650. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456659

Civil War U.S. Springfield Model 1861 Percussion Rifle-Musket, NVSN, .58 cal., 40'' round barrel, block-blade front (doubles as bayonet lug) and 2-leaf rear sights, marked ''V/P/(eagle head)'' at left breech and ''1864'' at top; bevel-edge lockplate marked ''(spread-wing eagle)'' and ''U.S./Springfield'' below nipple bolster, has desirable ''1861'' date at rear; steel furniture includes 3 spring-retained barrel bands (middle with sling swivel), two-piece trigger guard with front sling swivel, curved buttplate marked ''US'' at top screw, 2 lockplate screw escutcheons, nosecap and correct tulip-head ramrod; oil-stained walnut fullstock. Originally mfg'd with full bright finish. Condition is very good showing smooth bright metal with scattered minor discoloration and cleaned light erosion; edges and markings are sharp. Stock is sound with the occasional marks/dings of age and military use, left-side inspector's cartouche missing. The ''1864''-dated barrel is enigmatic, perhaps from a contract rifle, but shows the correct bulbous integral bolster with cleanout screw and perfect fitment. Action is strong and smooth; bore is bright with fine rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456416

Inland M1 Semi-Automatic Carbine, #5066724, .30 Carbine cal., 18'' barrel, parkerized finish, round bolt, walnut stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable aperture on ramp rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S. CARBINE CAL.30 M1''. Receiver tang is marked ''INLAND DIV.'', and barrel behind front sight is marked ''INLAND MFG.DIV./GENERAL MOTORS/3-44/P''. There is a large U.S. Ordnance Dept ''wheel'' cartouche stamped into the right side of the buttstock. A good condition U.S.G.I. oiler and green cotton sling are included. No magazine. Condition overall is very good with approx. 85% finish remaining on the metal. Wood is close to excellent showing a few light handling marks to the dark finish. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. No visible import marks. Est.: $900-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456537

Smith & Wesson Model M&P 9C Semi-Automatic Pistol, #DWZ8769, 9mm, striker fire action, 3.5'' barrel, black slide, black polymer frame with slight palm swell and lower accessory rail; three-dot night sights, and 10-rd. S&W magazine. In original blue plastic case with matching numbered end label, cable lock, fired test case, owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Pistol is in excellent very lightly used condition and appears near new. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456658

Antique Early-Production U.S. Springfield Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle, #364089, .45-70 Gov't. CF cal., 32-5/8'' round barrel, pinned block-blade front (doubles as bayonet lug) and windage-elevation adjustable Buffington rear (marked ''R'' for Rifle) sights, marked ''V/P/(eaglehead)/P'' and ''A'' at breech; trapdoor breechblock is marked ''US/Model/1873'' at hinge; flat lockplate has ''(spread-wing eagle)'' and ''U.S./Springfield'' under latch; steel fittings include two-piece trigger guard with sling swivel at front, curved buttplate marked ''US'' at top screw, 2 spring-retained bands (top with stacking swivel), grooved trigger, nosecap, and slotted button-tip rod; oil-stained walnut fullstock. Condition is very good+, the barrel and nosecap retain approx. 85% thinning/toning military blue, trigger guard and barrel bands with 90% deep glossy blue, the balance of the metal being mostly gunmetal gray with traces of original finish and scattered light oxidation. Stock is smooth with scattered marks/light chips, lacks proof and inspector's cartouches. Sharp edges and markings, strong and smooth action, bore is dark with scattered erosion and pronounced rifling. Est.: $500-$800. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456415

Underwood M1 Semi-Automatic Carbine, #4040259, .30 Carbine cal., 18'' barrel, parkerized finish, flat bolt, walnut stock, blade front sight with protectors and two-position flip rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S.CARBINE CAL.30 M1''. Receiver tang is marked ''UNDERWOOD'', and barrel behind front sight is faintly marked ''UNDERWOOD/8-43/(flaming bomb)/P''. There is an unreadable boxed cartouche stamp on the right side of the buttstock, and ''14'' stamped at the toe. A U.S.G.I. oiler marked ''BK'' and an early green cotton sling are included, both in good condition with rust stains on the sling. No magazine. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining over 90% finish, which is light green on the receiver and browning across the barrel. Wood is very good with overall darkening and mostly light handling marks to the finish. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. No visible import stamps. Est.: $900-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456536

Smith & Wesson Model 22A-1 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #UAZ9792, .22 cal., 4'' barrel, matte finish, black molded grips, standard adjustable rear sight, with rib grooved for optical sight, and one magazine. In original blue plastic case with matching numbered end label and instructions. Condition is excellent, appearing near new, showing very little use. Est.: $450-$650. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456657

Post-Civil War Manhattan Navy Series V Single Action Percussion Revolver, #3598, .36 cal., 4'' octagonal barrel has maker's name, Newark address and 1864 patent date in two lines on top flat, hinged loading lever below; 6-shot round cylinder roll-engraved with 5 oval military scenes, has 12 stop notches; open-top frame with central hammer, two-piece brass gripstraps, one-piece varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd ca. 1867-68, originally with blued barrel/cylinder, case hardened lever, frame and hammer, silver-plated straps. Condition is good to very good retaining no original steel finishes but overall dark brown rust oxidation; straps show 35% thinning silver. Grips are sound showing scattered marks (deeper at right side) and 25% varnish. Much cylinder scene remains, light in places; other markings are good. Action is crisp; bore shows black powder etching toward muzzle and good rifling. Est.: $450-$650. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456414

Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 327 TRR8 Double Action Revolver, #CUX8438, .357 mag. cal., 8-shot cylinder cut for moon clips, 5'' barrel, black finish, Scandium alloy frame, Crimson Trace red laser black rubber grips, blade front sight with brass bead, square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation, Picatinny rail, color case hardened smooth trigger and teardrop-shaped hammer, with extended Hogue cylinder release. Topped with a Holosun Model HE507C-GR reflex sight with green circular multi-reticle. In original gray plastic Performance Center case with matching numbered end label, owner's manual, cable lock, original cylinder release, additional smaller Picatinny rails, 10 moon clips, sealed pack of two (2) 8-rd. Tuff Quickstrips, box for Crimson Trace grips, and original stippled and finger-groove black rubber S&W grips. Revolver is in excellent overall condition. Cylinder with light index line. Approx. 99% original finish remains. Crimson Trace grips are like new and function properly. Holosun sight was also tested and functions properly. Crisp smooth Performance Center tuned action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Overall a very high condition revolver that appears to have been fired little. Est.: $1,500-$1,800. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456535

Browning Buckmark Varmint Semi-Automatic Pistol, #655PP07115, .22 LR cal., 9.75'' heavy barrel, matte finish, thumb-rest walnut grips with Browning medallions, and one magazine. Topped with full-length Weaver rail for optical sights (not included). Condition is excellent, appearing as new and unfired, in original box. Box is fine with some tatters at hinge points. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456656

Civil War Manhattan Navy Series III Single Action Percussion Revolver, #33466, .36 cal., rare 6.5'' octagonal barrel has maker's name and Newark address in 1 line on top flat, hinged loading lever below; 5-shot round cylinder roll-engraved with 5 oval military scenes and marked ''Patented Dec. 27, 1859'' between 2 nipples, has 12 stop notches; open-top frame with central hammer, two-piece brass gripstraps, one-piece varnished walnut grips. Mfg'd ca. 1859-68, originally with blued barrel/cylinder, case hardened lever, frame and hammer, silver-plated straps. Condition is very good retaining no original steel finishes but having a generally smooth brown patination; straps show approx. 60% thinning silver. Grips are sound showing scattered marks (deeper at right side), wear at bottom edges and approx. 80% varnish. Visible serial numbers match including wedge (wedge screw missing); 75% cylinder scene remains, light in places; other markings are sharp. Action is crisp; bore shows black powder etching toward muzzle and fine rifling. Est.: $650-$950. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456413

Smith & Wesson Model 500 Double Action Revolver, #CHC9991, .500 S&W mag. cal., 5-shot, 8-3/8'' barrel with muzzlebrake, satin stainless finish, stippled and finger-groove black rubber S&W grips, blade front sight and square-notched white outline rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation; color case hardened smooth combat trigger and checkered hammer. In original blue plastic S&W case with matching numbered end label, cable lock, S&W wrapping paper, fired test case, owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Revolver features an internal locking system and comes with two keys. Condition is excellent showing light handling marks and fine micro-scratching, most noticeable on the right sideplate and barrel lug. Grips are also excellent showing minor handling. Action cycles smoothly, cylinder locks up tight, face is clean and the chambers and bore are bright; rifling is sharp. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456534

Browning Buckmark Semi-Automatic Sporting Pistol, #515ZR23083, .22 LR cal., 5.5'' barrel, matte finish, composite black plastic and grey rubber grips, with Tru-Glo green fiber optic front sight and standard Browning adjustable rear sight. In original black hard case with two (2) factory magazines, all associated paperwork, and trigger lock. Condition is excellent, appearing as new and unfired, in its original box. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456655

Winchester Model 55 Takedown Lever Action Rifle, #7785, .30 W.C.F. (.30-30) cal., 24'' tapered round barrel, ramped bead-blade front and adjustable rear sight, marked with maker's name and address at right breech, and ''Model 55-Winchester-Nickel Steel-30 W.C.F.'' at left; short 2'' mag tube below; marked ''Winchester'' on top tang; two-piece varnished walnut stocks, the forend retained by a steel nosecap, the buttstock with grooved shotgun-style steel buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1927, with full-blued finish. Condition is very good retaining approx. 80% thinning barrel/mag tube blue, traces on receiver, thinning and mixing with brown age patina; buttplate is gunmetal gray. Stocks are smooth and sound with scattered age and use marks and much original varnish. Action is crisp; bore is brilliant with fine rifling. Est.: $700-$1,000. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456412

Colt Elite IX Gold Cup National Match Semi-Automatic Pistol, #IX190, 9mm, 5'' barrel, blue slide, stainless frame and small parts, smooth rosewood grips with black & gold serpentine Colt logos, Gold Cup Elliason adjustable sights, beveled magazine well, wide trigger, serrated front strap, and smooth serrated mainspring housing. In original matching numbered box with associated paperwork. This is the first domestic offering of the Colt Gold Cup National Match in 9mm. Mfg'd 1989. Condition is excellent, appearing as new and unfired, in its original box. Box is excellent as well with very small tats to corners. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456533

Winchester Model 50 Featherweight Model Semi-Automatic Shotgun, #169783A. 12 ga. 28'' barrel has been shortened and a poly-choke vent rib and variable choke device installed; chamber is 2-3/4''. Recoil-operated action is contained in a light alloy receiver, anodized black and unengraved. The full forend and pistol-grip buttstock are oil-finished Field Grade walnut, with a Whiteline pad and compass installed. Mfg'd approx. 1960. Condition is very good, with numerous handling marks to wood but few to metal. Action works smoothly, closes tight and functions correctly; bore is bright. Est.: $400-$550. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456654

Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Carbine, #1746093, .30 W.C.F. (.30-30) cal., 20'' round barrel, hooded bead-blade front and plugged-dovetail rear sight, marked with maker's address over ''Winchester Proof Steel-Winchester Trade Mark-Model 94-30 Win.'' at left side; full-length mag tube below; MSA Co. (Marbles) folding peep sight on upper tang; two-piece varnished walnut stocks, the forend retained by a single band, the buttstock with grooved shotgun-style steel buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1951, with blued finish but for case hardened lever and hammer. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 87% deep glossy original blue, darkened case colors, sharp edges and markings. Stocks are sound and smooth showing age and use marks especially to left butt, and a nice finish. Action is crisp; bore is brilliant with sharp rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456411

Les Baer Stinger Semi-Automatic Pistol, #LB9629, 4.25'' Match barrel, blue finish, checkered cocobolo grips, dovetailed blade front sight and low-profile combat rear sight, skeletonized hammer and trigger, ambidextrous thumb safety with flared ejection port, and one unmarked 7-rd. magazine. In original box with matching numbered end label, bushing wrench and misc. factory paperwork. Condition is excellent, appearing near new, retaining approx.99%+ original factory metal finish. Grips are also like new with sharp checkering. Tight action, mirror bright bore with sharp rifling. Overall appears little used. Est.: $1,600-$2,200. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456532

Ithaca SKB Model 200E Side-by-Side Shotgun, #S5202967. 12 ga. 26'' solid rib barrels have 2-3/4'' chambers and are choked IC/Mod. Boxlock has dual underlug lockup and features a single selective trigger, automatic safety and auto ejectors. Scalloped receiver is blued and has hand-cut scroll engraving. Beavertail forend and pistol-grip buttstock are nicely grained walnut, high-gloss finished, with a Whiteline grip cap and buttplate. Mfg'd approx. 1970 in Japan for Ithaca. Condition is good, as used extensively in the field. Wood has several noticeable scrapes, and a missing chip at its junction with the upper tang. Buttstock is loose as a result of bearing wear. Action appears to function OK, but ejectors require adjustment; bores are very good. Est.: $500-$700. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456653

Winchester Model 1894 Lever Action Saddle-Ring Carbine, #489961, .30 W.C.F. (.30-30) cal., 20'' round barrel, pinned block-blade front and folding-leaf rear sight, marked with maker's name, address, 1894 patent date, ''Nickel Steel Barrel/Especially for Smokeless Powder'' and caliber at left, full-length mag tube below; saddle ring/stud at left; two-piece oil-stained walnut stocks, the forend retained by a steel band, the buttstock with curved carbine buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1909, with full blued finish. Condition is very good retaining approx. 40% thinning original blue, especially to receiver. Stocks are sound/smooth showing mostly minor age and use marks, later coat of varnish. Operating lever altered to ''Rifleman large loop'' style. Action is crisp; bore is good showing heavy pitting for 5'' from muzzle, fair rifling. Est.: $600-$900. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456410

Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 952-2 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #DAB0405, single action, 9mm, 5'' barrel, combination matte and satin stainless steel, checkered hardwood grips with laser-engraved S&W logo, blade front sight and square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation; black aluminum alloy grip safety, with 9-rd. S&W magazine. Condition is excellent showing scattered light marks from handling and range use, the highest concentration on left side of frame. Grip checkering is sharp; smooth borders with a few handling marks. Factory lettering is crisp. Action is very smooth, bore is bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $1,600-$2,200. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456531

Browning Auto-5 Magnum Semi-Automatic Shotgun, #71V88319, 12 ga., 30'' vent rib barrel choked Full for 2-3/4'' and 3'' shells, blue finish, checkered hardwood stock, with Browning brown rubber butt pad. Mfg'd 1971. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 97% factory blue, with Browning signature light scroll engraving. Stocks with minor scuffs to cheekpiece area, but strong crisp checkering is retained. Good action, mirror bright bore. LOP is 14.25''. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456652

Marlin Model 93 Lever Action Carbine, #4279C, .30-30 CF cal., 20'' round barrel, dovetailed bead/blade front and folding buckhorn rear sight, marked with maker's name, address, 1887-89-93 patent dates, ''Special Smokeless Steel'' at top and ''30-30'' at breech, full-length magazine tube below; receiver is marked ''Marlin Safety'' at top, ''Marlin/Model 93'' at upper tang and serial number at lower; varnished walnut forend retained by a single band, matching buttstock with curved carbine buttplate and circular ivory/black plug at belly. Mfg'd post-1904 with blued barrel/mag tube, case hardened receiver, lever, hammer and buttplate. Condition is very good+ retaining approx. 20% barrel/mag tube blue showing minor muzzle dings, traces of case hardening mostly silvered with scattered light discoloration; two holes drilled at upper tang likely for peep-style folding sight (not present). Stocks are sound and smooth having normal use marks, nice grain/color and light but later varnish. Action is crisp; bore is bright with sharp rifling. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456530

Remington Model 1100 LT-20 Special Field Semi-Automatic Shotgun, #P127400K. 20 ga. 21'' vent rib barrel has 2-3/4'' chamber, target beads, and is choked IC. The smaller size action is scaled down for 20 ga., and the blued receiver is unengraved. Finger-groove forend and straight-grip buttstock are satin-finished walnut with extensive checkering and Remington buttplate; length of pull is full 14-1/4''. Mfg'd approx. 1985. Condition is excellent as used very little. Action shows little wear and functions correctly; bore is mirror bright. Est.: $500-$700. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456651

Winchester Model 1895 Takedown Lever Action Rifle, #67989, .30 Govt. 1903 (.30-03) cal., 24'' tapered round barrel, tall bead-blade front and sliding adjustable rear sight, marked ''Nickel Steel Barrel/Especially for Smokeless Powder'' and cal. at left; takedown receiver has unique box mag and jointed operating lever below, is marked with maker's name, address and numerous patent dates at left, ''Model 1895/Winchester'' upper tang, ''67989/B'' lower tang; oil-stained Schnabel forend has ebony insert, matching buttstock with crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1913 in full-blued finish. Condition is very good retaining approx. 65% thinning barrel blue, receiver smooth overall brown (later added) patina, buttplate gunmetal gray. Stocks with normal use dings, especially right-side buttstock belly, sanding and added smooth finish. Action is smooth; bore is bright with overall frosting and deep rifling. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456650

Winchester Model 1894 Takedown Lever Action Rifle, #51063, .30 W.C.F. (.30-30) cal., 26'' round barrel, dovetailed blade front and adjustable rear sight, marked with maker's name and address on top, ''Nickel Steel Barrel/Especially For Smokeless Powder'' at left and caliber at breech; full-length tubular mag below; marked ''Model 1894/Winchester'' at upper tang and ''51063'' lower front; oil-stained walnut forearm with steel nosecap, matching buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1896 in blue but for case hardened lever, hammer and buttplate. Condition is good to very good retaining approx. 97% reblue to all metal parts over occasional light erosion, mainly receiver; barrel with plum tone. Stocks are sound and smooth with a few light marks, pleasing color and oil finish (near-deluxe forend grain). Clear markings, action is crisp, bore shines with sharp rifling and blue. Est.: $450-$650. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456409

Heckler & Koch P7 M8 Squeeze-Cocking Semi-Automatic Pistol, #85552, 9mm, 4-1/8'' barrel with polygonal rifling, blue finish, original textured black plastic grips, three-dot night sights, cocking lever is located on the front gripstrap, with ambidextrous mag release and one original 8-rd. magazine. Includes a tan leather concealed-carry holster, owner's manual, warranty card and an additional front and rear sight. Mfg'd 1984. Condition is very good showing moderate carry wear, which includes some thinning and finish loss to the highpoints, front and back strap. Grips are near excellent and show light handling wear. Factory lettering is crisp. Tight and smooth action, bore is mirror bright and is near excellent overall. Holster is worn and starting to separate at the seams. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456408

Dan Wesson Model 32 Double Action Revolver, with 3 additional barrels and other accessories, #S001004, .32 H&R mag. cal., 6-shot, 6'' vent rib full-lug barrel, satin stainless steel, checkered hardwood Dan Wesson grips, red ramp front sight and square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation. Includes additional 8'', 6'' and 4'' barrels, all with vent ribs and boxes, plus red handled barrel changing tool, two barrel shims, instruction manual and barrel changing instructions. Revolver is in excellent overall condition showing intermittent light handling and use marks, and light index line to cylinder. Factory lettering is crisp. Grips are also excellent showing only normal light handling marks to the original finish. Action cycles smoothly, cylinder locks up tight, bright bore with excellent rifling. Additional barrels are also in excellent condition showing only light use; bores are bright. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456529

Remington Model 870 Lightweight Magnum Slide-Action Shotgun, #W235526U. 20 ga. 28'' vent rib barrel has a 3'' chamber and is choked Full. The 870LW receiver is designed for Magnum loads, but shoots all interchangeably. The high-gloss finger-groove forend and pistol-grip buttstock are nice walnut, with fleur-de-lis press checkering and original Remington Whiteline grip cap and recoil pad. Mfg'd approx. 1984. Condition is near excellent, as used little. Action functions correctly; bore is bright. Est.: $350-$450. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456407

Smith & Wesson Model 686 Distinguished Combat Magnum Double Action Revolver, #AHR5902, .357 mag. cal., 6'' barrel, satin stainless steel, checkered Goncalo Alves target grips with S&W medallions, pinned blade front sight and square-notched rear sight with two orange dots adjustable for windage and elevation; smooth combat trigger, checkered semi-target hammer. In original one-piece blue Lear Siegler era S&W box, with matching numbered end label that has come detached but is present; also included is the S&W wrapping paper, sealed cleaning kit with screwdriver, and an extra pair of checkered black rubber finger-groove Pachmayr grips. Revolver is in very good overall condition with light scratches and small handling marks, most noticeable on the barrel. Cylinder with moderate index line. Right grip is excellent; left grip with scattered small indentations and scratches, and some thinning to the finish along the bottom edge; both with sharp checkering. Factory lettering is crisp. Action cycles smoothly and the cylinder locks up tight; bore is mirror bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456528

Browning Grade 1 Standard Weight Superposed Over/Under Shotgun, #29806. 12 ga. 30'' vent rib barrels have 2-3/4'' chambers and are marked Mod./Full but measure Mod./IM. Browning boxlock action features a single selective trigger, non-auto safety and auto ejectors. Blued receiver is lightly engraved with scroll and border patterns. Standard forend and long-tang round-knob buttstock are oil-finished straight grain walnut, with full checkering at 20 LPI, and a Pachmayr Whiteline recoil pad fitted. Mfg'd 1952 in Belgium. Condition is very good as extensively field used. Receiver may be reblued, as little edgewear is present. Wood appears to have an additional coat of finish applied, with very few handling marks present. Buttstock has two small cracks on the lower left-hand side and center right-hand side mating to the receiver; buttstock also needs tightening. Action is somewhat worn, but still functions correctly; bores are bright. Est.: $800-$1,000. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456649

Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Saddle Ring Carbine, #836712, .25-20 W.C.F. cal., 20'' round barrel, standard sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1884 patent date and caliber on left side; full-length mag tube below; receiver has right loading gate, left saddle ring/stud, and is marked ''Model 1892/Winchester'' at upper tang, serial number at bottom front; oil-stained walnut forearm is retained by a single band, matching buttstock has steel carbine buttplate. Mfg'd. 1917 with full-blued finish. Condition is near fine retaining approx. 85% original blue to barrel, mag and lever mixing with brown, 5%-10% blue to receiver and band, buttplate gray with mild rust erosion. Stocks are sound and sanded smooth with a couple small marks, nice color and finish. Action is smooth; bore shines with sharp rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456406

Scarce Smith & Wesson Model 6590 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #RSR2156, double/single action, 9mm, 4'' barrel, stainless steel, checkered one-piece black S&W plastic grips, ramp front sight and two-dot square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation, ambidextrous safety/decocker, and removable barrel bushing, with 10-rd. S&W magazine. Little detailed information is known about these ''Transitional'' pistols, but it is believed that approx. 150 Model 6590s were produced in 1988, and this pistol has the correct ''RSR'' serial number prefix. Condition is excellent showing a small amount of light handling marks to the frame and slide, the two most noticeable are to the left side of frame almost in line with the front of the trigger guard. Factory lettering is crisp. Grips are near new. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456527

Remington Model 11 Semi-Automatic Shotgun, #451775, 12 ga., 28'' round barrel, choked Mod. for 2-3/4'' shells, blue finish with roll-die game scenes, factory checkered walnut stock, with Remington phenolic buttplate. Mfg'd Jan. 1942. Condition is very good retaining approx. 85%-90% thinning blue, with most of the losses to the high edge of frame. Stock with mild general impressions overall. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456648

Antique Marlin Model 1888 Lever Action Rifle, #23718, .44 W.C.F. (.44-40) cal., 24'' octagonal barrel, dovetailed buckhorn style sights, marked with maker's name, address and 1887 patent date on top flat, ''44 W.'' at breech; full-length 13-rd. mag tube below; loop operating lever is marked ''23718'' at lower front; varnished walnut forend retained by a steel nosecap, matching buttstock with crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1888-89 in just over 4,800 qty., with blued finish but for case hardened lever, hammer and buttplate. Condition is very good retaining traces of blue in protected places, but mostly smooth gunmetal gray with scattered roughness, especially to receiver left side. Stocks are sound and smooth having normal use marks, a small chip out at top-right forearm, nice grain and color and later thin varnish. Action is crisp; bore is bright having light erosion toward muzzle and sharp rifling. Est.: $900-$1,500. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456405

Smith & Wesson Model 4586 TSW Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TDT5919, double action only, .45 ACP cal., 4.25'' barrel, satin stainless steel, with lower accessory rail, shaved hammer, checkered one-piece black plastic S&W grip, three-dot night sights include a square-notched rear, with 8-rd. S&W magazine. In original blue plastic S&W case with matching numbered end label and owner's manual. Mfg'd ca. 2000-2002. Condition is excellent with only a few slight handling marks to the slide and smooth portions of the grip. Grip checkering is sharp and unmarred. Night sights glow but are dim. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Overall a very nice slightly used pistol. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456526

Beretta A302 Special Trap Model Semi-Automatic Shotgun, #E31207E. 12 ga. 30'' vent rib barrel has 2-3/4'' chamber and is choked Full. Action features many alloy components to lighten weight, and includes both bolt hold-open and magazine cutoff features. Receiver is lightly engraved with Beretta logos and scroll patterns. Finger-groove forend and pistol-grip buttstock are of high-gloss light-color walnut, with very good checkering, black Beretta grip cap and brown Beretta recoil pad. Mfg'd mid-1980s. Condition is very good, as lightly used. There are numerous small handling marks to the wood but little wear to the action, which locks tight and functions correctly; bore is bright. Est.: $350-$500. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456647

Antique Winchester Model 1892 Lever Action Rifle, #165407, .38 W.C.F. (.38-40) cal., 24'' octagonal barrel, dovetailed bead-blade front and windage-adjustable sliding rear sight, marked ''Savage Arms Co./Pat' Oct. 18, 1914'', marked with maker's name and address on top flat and caliber at breech; marked ''Model 1892/Winchester'' and 1884 patent date on upper tang, serial number lower front; walnut forend retained by a steel nosecap, matching buttstock with steel crescent buttplate. Mfg'd ca. 1898 with full blued finish and oil-finished stocks. Condition is very good retaining a smooth overall brown patina, mild pitting on the receiver, sharp edges and markings. Sound and smooth stocks show moderate age and wear; wood has been lightly sanded with an added older coat of varnish, which was applied over a portion of the buttplate. Right side at wrist with the name ''F.R.(?) Lane'' scratched into the surface. Action is smooth; bore is clean with moderate pitting and defined rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456440

Marlin Model 1895 SS Lever Action Rifle, #06039529, .45-70 cal., 22'' round JM marked micro-grooved barrel, blue finish, oil-finished checkered pistol-grip walnut stock, black composite grip cap, brown rubber Marlin recoil pad and sling swivel studs; brass bead front sight with hood, semi-buckhorn rear sight with elevator; top of receiver drilled and tapped for scope mount. Features a crossbolt safety and hammer extension. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 99% original factory blue. Stock is like new with sharp checkering. Crisp lever action, bright bore with strong rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456561

Composite Colt Government Semi-Automatic Target Pistol, #10917, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish, Pachmayr rubber grips and flat checkered mainspring housing, Millett front and rear sights, late production Colt National Match barrel, National Match type wide trigger, with one non-factory magazine. Also includes several bushing tools, magazine housing, holster; one factory, two (2) WWII contractor, and two aftermarket magazines; and one Bianchi suede leather holster. Condition is fine as modified and refinished, using either a Service Model Ace or Super 38 frame. Although refinished, pistol shows light general range use. Tight action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $700-$900. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456682

Smith & Wesson Model 3913 Lady Smith Semi-Automatic Pistol, #VJA4298, double/single action, 9mm, 3.5'' barrel, matte stainless slide, alloy frame, one-piece checkered composite wraparound S&W grip, white three-dot sights, bobbed hammer, with 8-rd. S&W magazine. Included is an original padded soft Lady Smith gun boot. Condition is near excellent showing normal signs of light handling and range use, including intermittent slight scuffs and other small handling marks. Back edge and lower front edge of grip with a few small impressions. Action is tight and smooth, bore is mirror bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $500-$700. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456560

Smith & Wesson Model 3913 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TZP5733, 9mm, double/single action, 3.5'' barrel, stainless slide, alloy frame, checkered wraparound black synthetic S&W grips, white three-dot sights, ambidextrous safety/decocker, bobbed hammer, and an 8-rd. S&W magazine. In original cardboard S&W box with matching numbered end label and S&W wrapping paper. Condition is excellent, appearing near new. Appears to have been handled and fired little. Grips are like new. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $450-$650. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456681

Smith & Wesson Model 5946 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TVA4207, double action only, 9mm, 4'' barrel, stainless steel, checkered black one-piece composite S&W grip, three-dot night sights include a square-notched rear sight, with semi-bobbed hammer and 10-rd. S&W magazine. No external safety. In original blue one-piece S&W box with matching numbered end label, S&W wrapping paper, owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Condition is very good with what looks like holster wear to the highpoints of the slide, otherwise showing intermittent slight handling marks. Grip appears near new. Action is smooth, bore is bright with near excellent rifling. Est.: $350-$550. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456680

Ruger Old Model Super Bearcat Single Action Revolver, #91-15177, .22 LR cal., 4'' barrel, blue finish, brass anodized aluminum trigger guard, smooth walnut grips with silver color Ruger medallions, fixed blade front sight and standard square-notched rear sight that is integral with the frame; cylinder with standard engraving. This example does not have caliber markings on the barrel. Mfg'd during the first year of Super Bearcat production, 1971. Revolver is in very good+ overall condition retaining approx. 97% of its original finish. Trigger guard with general light scratching, as well as a few tiny surface nicks. Left top edge of frame near grip with two tiny very shallow impressions. Cylinder scene remains strong with only a very light index line. Grips with a little finish wear, mainly at highpoints, both with normal scattered small marks from handling. Right grip with a few narrow grain fissures; grips remain solid as they do not transfer to the back side. Action is smooth and crisp, near bright bore rates as excellent. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456206

Ithaca Gun Co. Model 4E ''Knick'' Single Barrel Trap Gun, #403113. 12 ga. 32'' vent rib barrel has target beads, 2-3/4'' chamber, and is choked Full. Boxlock action locks via dual side lugs, has a single trigger, no safety and auto ejector. Receiver is case hardened and engraved with a trapshooter on one side and an Indian on the other, with surrounding floral and scroll designs. Beavertail forend and pistol-grip buttstock are of ''C'' Grade walnut that is high-gloss finished, checkered in fleur-de-lis patterns at 22 LPI, and includes an ebony forend tip, plastic grip cap, and red ''Decelerator'' recoil pad. Stock dimensions are 14''x1-1/2''x1-7/8''. Mfg'd 1949. Condition is like new as recently and professionally restored. The 100% case color and finished wood are beautiful; checkering appears refreshed. Action locks tight and functions correctly; top lever is a little loose; bore is bright. Est.: $1,500-$1,800. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456327

Excellent LAR Grizzly MK I Long-Slide Semi-Automatic Pistol, with .45 Win. mag. conversion unit, extra magazines, ammunition and reloading dies. #T000092, .357/45GWM cal., 10'' barrel, hard chrome finish, checkered black double diamond hardwood grips with slight contour, Millett sights include an orange ramp front and white outline square-notched rear that is adjustable for windage and elevation, with ambidextrous thumb safety and one LAR .375/45GWM magazine. Overall length of pistol is approx. 14''. In original box that is numbered to the gun, dated 12-6-90, with two-piece Styrofoam insert and instruction manual. Includes a factory LAR .45 Win. mag. 10'' barrel conversion unit in original box with Styrofoam insert. Also included are six (6) factory LAR .45 Win. mag. magazines, 3 are in their original boxes, one in a leather mag pouch; 150 rds. of Pro Load .45 Win. mag. ammunition; 120 rds. of re-formed Federal .308 brass that is used to make the .357/45GWM ammo; and RCBS .357/45GWM 3-die set. Pistol is in excellent like new overall condition, with only a few very minor handling marks to the frame and slide. Grips are also like new showing no mentionable wear. Factory lettering is crisp. Action is tight and smooth, bore is bright with excellent rifling. Conversion unit is also excellent, bore is bright, rifling shows moderate wear. Reloading dies show evidence of very little use. Est.: $5,000-$7,500. (Modern/PPT)(Ammunition is being sold as components only.)


Lot#: 62456448

San Diego Sheriff's Commemorative Ruger Vaquero Single Action Revolver, #57-49959, .40 S&W cal., 4.75'' barrel, stainless steel, laser-etched hardwood grips showing San Diego Sheriff's Deputy badge (1850-2000) to right panel; ''San Diego Sheriff'' printed in black to right side of barrel as well. In glass-topped fitted oak case with green velvet interior, with very nice copy of San Diego Sheriff's Deputy badge. Dating from 2000. Condition is excellent, appearing nearly new, with light index mark to rear portion of cylinder. Display case is excellent with very light scratches to glass window. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456569

New Zealand Pattern British Lee-Enfield Bolt Action Carbine, #689, .303 Brit. cal., 21'' barrel, blued/blackened finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable folding leaf rear sight. This special pattern was made for the New Zealand Mounted Rifles, who had served in the Boer war in South Africa, and was made by altering an existing British Cavalry carbine by installing a Martini-Enfield barrel and bayonet mounting bar for the Pattern 88 bayonet. Approx. 1500 were produced, and this is believed to be one of the first batch of 1000, marked on the left side action body with the original Enfield arsenal ''(crown)/V.R/1901/L.E.C.''. The conversion markings are stamped on the right side action body ''N(Broad Arrow)Z/203/1901''. ''DP'' stamped on knox form along with opposing arrow sale marks. Fitted with the original special 6-rd. magazine, flattened bolt handle, steel dustcover, and a single post rear sling swivel has been added, but missing the wooden handguard. Condition overall is good with the metal retaining approx. 40% finish, showing patina along the wood line and scratches across the barrel. Wood is good with overall dents, bruises, and darkening. Action is smooth, bore is dark with fair to good rifling. Est.: $700-$1,000. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456205

Browning Superposed Midas Grade Over/Under Shotgun, #55809V69. 20 ga. 26-1/2'' 6mm vent rib barrels have 3'' chambers and are choked IC/Mod. Boxlock action features single selective trigger, non-auto safety and auto ejectors. Blued receiver is ornately floral engraved with gold inlaid pheasants on left side, ducks on right, and quail on the bottom, per a design by Vranken and executed by FN engraver ''R. Kowalski''. The slender forend and short-tang flat-knob pistol grip are of dark Presentation Grade walnut, elaborately hand-checkered at 24 LPI, with no grip cap and a Decelerator pad fitted. Stock dimensions are 14-1/2''x1-1/2''x2''. Mfg'd 1969 in Belgium for Browning. Condition is near excellent as used little in the field. The gloss finish of the buttstock has deteriorated somewhat and should be polishable. There is little wear to metal finish, and one compression to the vent rib at 13'' from the muzzle, which should be gunsmith repairable. There are a few small areas of surface rust with some pitting on the left-hand side of the top barrel above the forend, plus light rusting at the forend iron where it meets the aft ends of the forend, both sides. (This damage may be attributable to salt wood.) Action still locks very tight and functions correctly; bores are very good. Est.: $8,000-$12,000. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456326

H&K USP Elite Semi-Automatic Pistol, #25-154540, .45 ACP cal., 6'' barrel, matte black slide, black polymer frame with lower accessory rail, blade front sight and square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation, ambidextrous magazine release and safety/decocker, with two (2) 10-rd. H&K magazines. In original black plastic H&K case with matching numbered end label, cable lock and owner's manual. Pistol features a lock-out safety mechanism and includes one key. Condition is excellent as very lightly used, retaining approx. 99% original factory metal finish. Left side of slide with a small spot of edgewear. Factory lettering is crisp. Frame and action are like new, bore is mirror bright and rates as excellent overall. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456447

Limited Edition Browning Model 65 Grade 1 Lever Action Rifle, #00091PN167, .218 Bee cal., 24'' round barrel, blue finish, pistol-grip walnut stock and forend, checkered steel buttplate, half-button mag tube, brass bead front sight with hood, semi-buckhorn rear sight with elevator. The Grade 1 rifle was limited to a production of 3500 pieces in 1989. In original box with matching numbered end label and owner's manual. Includes 100 rds. of Winchester Super-X hollowpoint ammo. (Ammo appears to be factory but is being sold as components only.) Rifle is in excellent overall condition retaining approx. 99% original factory blue, with only a few very minor handling marks to the metal and wood. Factory lettering is crisp, smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Box shows moderate storage type wear. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456568

British No. 4 Mk 2 Lee-Enfield Bolt Action Rifle, #PF110516, .303 Brit. cal., 25.2'' barrel, blackened/blued finish, beech wood stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable folding leaf rear sight with aperture. Engraved on left side receiver ''No 4 MK2(F) 6/49''. Matching numbers on bolt handle, magazine and forend. #213652 on bottom of front sight protector; #1 bolt head. Condition overall is very good with approx. 85% finish remaining on the metal. Wood is very good showing mostly light handling marks and impressions. Action is smooth, bright bore is very good with very good rifling. Import stamped on left side of receiver. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456689

Smith & Wesson Model CS9D Chief's Special Semi-Automatic Pistol, #PDT9997, double action, 9mm, 3'' barrel, satin stainless slide, alloy frame, stippled black rubber S&W grips, three-dot night sights include a square-notched rear sight, with one 7-rd. S&W magazine. In original blue plastic S&W case with matching numbered end label, owner's manual and misc. paperwork. Condition is very good+ showing moderate handling wear, with scattered light surface scuffs and scratches. Grips also show moderate handling wear. Excellent smooth action, bright bore. Est.: $450-$650. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456204

Browning Superposed Pointer Grade Over/Under Shotgun, #2976S4. 12 ga. 28'' vent rib barrels have 2-3/4'' chambers, chokes are marked Skt/Skt but measure IC/IC. Superposed boxlock action features a gold-plated single selective mechanical trigger, non-automatic safety and auto ejectors. Grayed receiver is elegantly engraved with a setter on the left-hand side, pointer on the right-hand side, partridge on the bottom, and pheasant on the trigger guard, all surrounded by elaborate scroll engraving that extends to the operating lever and tangs. Engraving is done by FN engraver ''Vandermisseng''. The very full forend and long-tang round-knob buttstock are of high gloss Exhibition Grade French walnut with thorough hand checkering at 26 LPI. Stock may have been shortened at some time, then Whiteline spacers added for a Browning-marked Pachmayr recoil pad. Stock dimensions are 14''x1-1/2''x2-1/4''. Gun is contained in a period-correct Browning hard case. Mfg'd 1964 by FN in Belgium. Condition is near excellent as well cared for over the years. Buttstock has several small handling marks, and the checkering is worn but still effective. Action locks up tight and function correctly; bores are bright; engraving is still sharp. Est.: $4,500-$6,000. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456325

Sig Sauer P220 Equinox Semi-Automatic Pistol, #37B056338, .45 ACP cal., double/single action, 4-3/8'' barrel, two-tone matte black and satin stainless slide, matte black alloy frame with lower accessory rail, black laminate wood grips with Sig Sauer logo, green fiber-optic front sight with Siglite rear sight. Includes two (2) 8-rd. Sig Sauer magazines. In original black plastic case with matching numbered end label. Condition is excellent, appearing near new, with a few light handling marks. Appears only lightly used. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $800-$1,000. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456446

Colt 3rd Generation Single Action Revolver, #SA1726,, .44 Spec. cal., 7.5'' barrel, blue finish, smooth walnut grips. Dating from the late 1970s. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 96% all blue finish, with minor thinning to highpoints of cylinder. Frame appears to have been reblued. One-piece walnut grips have likely been refinished. Smooth action, crisp trigger, bright bore. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456567

Czech VZ 52 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #E33172, 7.62x45mm, 20.5'' barrel, parkerized/black painted finish, hardwood stock, blade front sight with hood and adjustable leaf rear sight, and one 10-rd. magazine. Marked on left side receiver ''she007(crossed swords)56''. Mismatched number stamped on left side buttstock, bolt carrier, and handguard. Matching number on piston cover. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 90% finish, with a patina spot on the top of the receiver cover. Black-painted forend shows light scratches. Wood has been sanded and refinished, and there is a crack on the underside of the forend, otherwise good with old handling marks. Action operates smoothly, bore is very good with very good rifling. No visible import marks. Bayonet is excellent and operates smoothly. Est.: $500-$700. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456688

Smith & Wesson Model M&P 9 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #HNE5683, 9mm, striker fire action, 4.25'' stainless barrel, black stainless slide, black polymer frame with slight palm swell and lower accessory rail; white three-dot sights and a 10-rd. S&W magazine. In original blue plastic S&W case with matching numbered end label, cable lock, owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Pistol is in like new overall condition, appearing only very lightly used. Smooth action, bright bore with sharp rifling. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456203

Browning Superposed Grade 1 Standard Weight Over/Under Shotgun, #53822. 12 ga., 28'' vent rib barrels have 2-3/4'' chambers and are choked Mod/Full. Superposed action features a single selective trigger, non-auto safety and automatic ejectors. Although not marked ''Lightning'', the gun is in Lightning configuration with a slender forend and a long-tang round-knob buttstock. Wood is oil-finished Standard Grade walnut with some cross grain evident. Receiver, triggerguard and tangs are moderately engraved in the standard Superposed pattern; trigger is gold plated. Stock dimensions are 13-1/4''x1-1/2''x2-1/4'', including the added Decelerator pad. Contained in a very nice, heavy leather leg-o-mutton case. Mfg'd 1956. Condition is very good showing much field use. Wood has numerous small handling marks; receiver shows some bluing wear at carry. Action and ejectors function correctly, bores are bright. A nice vintage Superposed. Est.: $900-$1,200. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456324

Springfield Armory 1911-A1 EMP Lightweight Semi-Automatic Pistol (Enhanced Micro Pistol), #EMP77316, 9mm, 3'' stainless bull barrel, black finish, alloy frame, checkered double diamond cocobolo grips with Springfield Armory logo, orange fiber-optic front sight and white two-dot low-profile combat rear sight, skeletonized hammer and trigger, ambidextrous thumb safety, with three (3) 9-rd. EMP magazines. In original gray plastic case with matching numbered end label, cable lock, additional fiber-optic front sight inserts, owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Pistol is in like new overall condition, appearing to have been handled and fired very little. Grips are also like new showing no handling wear. Smooth action, mirror bright bore that rates as excellent overall. Est.: $800-$1,000. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456445

Scarce Texas Longhorn Arms Grover's Improved No. Five Single Action Revolver, #K207, .44 mag. cal., 5.5'' barrel, blue and plum-colored finish, flat-top frame, Bisley-style grip frame, smooth walnut grips, Patridge type front sight and square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation. Designed and built by Bill Grover of Richmond, TX, this revolver is a unique design, as the loading gate and ejector rod are located on the left side, so the hand of a right-handed shooter would never leave the revolver, as the loading gate can be operated with your thumb making for easier loading and unloading. Another unique characteristic of this revolver is the over-sized base pin and cylinder pin latch which is lever operated and makes removing the cylinder much easier. Grover modeled this revolver and his goal was to improve upon Elmer Keith's original No. Five SAA. All of these revolvers were completely handmade with plans to produced approx. 1000 of each different model, although very few were actually produced. Included is a copy of the article ''The New Breed of .44 Magnums, Texas Longhorn Arms'', by John Taffin, which tells the story of Bill Grover and Texas Longhorn Arms. Top of barrel is marked ''GROVER'S IMPROVED NO. FIVE'', right side is marked ''.44 MAGNUM'', top of frame ''TEXAS LONGHORN ARMS, INC./RICHMOND, TEXAS/(LONGHORN STEER)''. This revolver is in very good overall condition retaining approx. 95% blue/plum-colored finish. There is light pitting on the ejector rod housing resulting in finish loss. Grips show minimal handling marks and are in excellent overall condition. Cylinder face and chambers are clean and serial number matches gun; cylinder with a minimal index line as these revolvers were known for their precise timing. Excellent action cycles smoothly, bright bore with strong rifling. Est.: $2,500-$3,000. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456566

Egyptian Rasheed Semi-Automatic Carbine, with Bayonet, #4661, 7.62x39mm, 20.5'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, hooded post front sight and adjustable tangent rear sight, with Egyptian green nylon sling. Marked on left side receiver ''RASHEED 7.62 MADE IN U.A.R.'', along with Arabic numbers and script. Arsenal marking on left side of receiver and front of magazine. Number on buttplate appears to be mismatched. No other numbers visible. Small ''Crescent & 3 stars'' stamp on edge of pistol grip. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 90% finish. There is an arsenal repaired crack to the handguard and a spliced-in repair on the left side of the buttstock. Wood has been sanded smooth and oiled over a few old handling marks, now very good with some darkening. Muzzle has been counter-bored. Action is smooth, bore is good with good rifling. Bayonet is very good and operates smoothly. Import stamped on underside of barrel. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456687

Smith & Wesson Model M&P 40 Pro Series Semi-Automatic Pistol, #HRZ3904, .40 S&W cal., striker fire action, 4.25'' barrel, black stainless slide, black polymer frame with slight palm swell and lower accessory rail, three-dot night sights, with a 10-rd. S&W magazine. In original blue plastic S&W case with matching numbered end label, cable lock, fired test case, owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Pistol is in excellent very lightly used condition and appears near new. Smooth action, bright bore. Est.: $500-$700. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456202

Browning Superposed Lightning Frame Broadway Trap Model Over/Under Shotgun, #40967S5. 12 ga., 3Browning Superposed Lightning Frame Broadway Trap Model Over/Under Shotgun, #40967S5. ?12 ga., 30'' vent rib barrels have target beads, 2-3/4'' chambers, 16mm wide rib, and are choked, IM/Full. ?Superposed action features a single selective trigger, non-auto safety, and auto ejectors; receiver is lightly engraved with standard Browning pattern. ?Beavertail forend and Trap configuration pistol-grip buttstock are of high-gloss ''C'' Grade walnut, with no grip cap and a Browning Whiteline Trap butt pad. ?Mfg'd 1965 at FN in Belgium. ?Condition is excellent with only a small amount of very minor handling marks to the wood.? Virtually all of the blue remains except normal light mechanical wear to the barrel at front of forend and around the tang safety.? Action wear indicates little use and appears original. ?Trigger is crisp and ejectors function correctly; bores are mirror bright. ?A solid reliable Trap gun with many targets left to shoot. ?Est.: ?$900-$1,200. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456323

Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 945-1 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #EBH0024, single action, .45 ACP cal., 3.25'' barrel, satin stainless slide and alloy frame both with a glass bead finish; checkered two-piece hardwood grips, white three-dot sights, skeletonized hammer and trigger, with 6-rd. S&W magazine. In original Performance Center case with S&W wrapping paper, owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Condition is excellent and like new, appearing to have been handled and fired very little. Excellent smooth action and bright bore. Est.: $1,600-$2,200. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456444

Scarce United Sporting Arms Seville Single Action Revolver, with additional cylinder and holster, #45-1258, chambered in .45 LC cal. with 6-shot cylinder that is numbered to the gun, with an additional 6-shot .45 ACP cylinder that is unnumbered; 4-5/8'' barrel, blue finish; frame, trigger guard and ejector rod housing are a deep rich plum color; smooth oil-finished two-piece walnut grips, red ramp front sight and square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation; rear sight base is stainless. Includes a left-hand brown leather holster (no maker's mark), and a basketweave pattern black leather pouch for the additional cylinder. Left side of frame is marked ''UNITED SPORTING ARMS/BISBEY, AZ''. United Sporting Arms was located in Bisbey, AZ, ca. Mfg'd-1979 to 1980, and it is believed that less than 200 firearms were produced at this location. Revolver is in fine overall condition retaining approx. 96% blue finish. There is a spot of light pitting on the side and bottom of the trigger guard resulting in finish loss, as well as some light muzzle wear. Grips with a small amount of minor handling marks. Factory lettering on barrel and frame is crisp. Action cycles smoothly, cylinder locks up tight; bore is bright, shows normal light wear, and rates as near excellent overall. Both cylinders have moderate index lines, chambers are clean. Holster and cylinder pouch show moderate age and wear. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456565

French MAS 44 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #F1526, 7.5x54mm, 22.8'' barrel, black painted finish, hardwood stock, hooded post front sight and adjustable sliding aperture rear sight, one magazine, and a French Army leather sling. Marked on left side receiver ''MAS MLE 1944''. Matching numbers on buttstock and forend. White plastic operating handle is missing. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining over 90% of its painted finish. There is a bruise on the left side forend, otherwise wood is very good, with mostly light handling marks and shows a dark even colored finish. Action operates smoothly, bright bore is excellent. Bayonet is in excellent condition. Import stamped on underside of barrel. Est.: $700-$1,000. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456686

Beretta Model 92F Semi-Automatic Pistol, #BER060971Z, 9mm, 5'' barrel, black painted slide, matte anodized frame, factory checkered black plastic grips, with one 10-rd. Beretta magazine. This classic 92F, made in the USA, is a commercial version of the military M9 pistol. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 94% thinning black finish to slide, as well as thinning to highpoints of takedown latch, safety and slide release. Grips with light to moderate wear, predominantly at right panel. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456201

L.C. Smith Field Grade Side-by-Side Shotgun, #189125. 20 ga. 28'' solid rib barrels have 2-3/4'' chambers and are choked Mod./Full. Sidelock featherweight frame features double triggers, auto safety and extractors. Receiver, locks, operating lever and tangs are case hardened. Splinter forend and pistol-grip buttstock are oil-finished walnut showing good grain, with a plain black plastic grip cap and buttplate. Stock dimensions are 14-5/8''x1-3/8''x2-1/8''. Mfg'd 1940. Condition is excellent as recently restored. Case color is nearly 100% and barrel blue likewise. Wood shows a few small handling marks and some stress around the receiver, but no large chips or cracks. Action locks very tight and functions correctly; bores are dirty but do not appear damaged at all. Est.: $500-$700. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456322

Smith & Wesson Model 1076 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TFF8808, single/double action, 10mm, 4.25'' barrel, stainless steel, checkered black synthetic wraparound S&W grip, white three-dot sights, semi-bobbed hammer with decocker, and 9-rd. S&W magazine. In original one-piece cardboard S&W box with matching numbered end label, S&W wrapping paper and misc. factory paperwork (no owner's manual). Mfg'd ca. 1990-93. Condition is excellent showing normal signs of light handling and range use with a few light scuffs and scratches to the grips and metal. Factory lettering is crisp. Grip checkering is sharp. Action is smooth, bore is bright with excellent rifling. Box shows storage type wear, including creases and tears to the cardboard; end label is clear. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456443

Freedom Arms Model 83 Premier Grade Single Action Revolver, #D8395, .454 Casull cal., 5-shot, 7.5'' barrel, brushed stainless finish, smooth laminated hardwood grips, ramped blade front sight and square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation. Condition is excellent showing normal light handling and use marks. Cylinder with a very light and thin index line; chambers and face are clean. Action cycles smoothly, cylinder locks up tight, bore is bright with strong rifling. Est.: $1,800-$2,400. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456564

Spanish FR-8 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, with Bayonet, #36341, 7.62x51mm, 19'' barrel, parkerized finish, hardwood stock, hooded post front sight and adjustable diopter rear sight, with Spanish sling. Marked on top of receiver ring with original markings ''FABRICA DE ARMAS LA CORUNA 1949'', and on left side with arsenal conversion stamp ''FR.8''. Probably matching numbers on bolt handle (36344), as the last digit on the receiver serial number is weakly struck. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining over 90% of its dark re-parkerized finish. There is a large spliced repair to the stock wrist behind the tang, and the wood has been sanded and stained, now very good with a few very light handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore has very good rifling. Import stamped on right side of barrel. Bayonet is faintly marked on each side of ricasso with Santa Barbara and Toledo I.N.I. arsenal markings and serial number; 8.75'' blade, 13.25'' overall; parkerized finish and black plastic grips. Scabbard has olive green plastic body and fabric hanger. Condition overall is close to excellent and fits smoothly on rifle. Est.: $500-$800. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456685

Colt Detective Special Double Action Revolver, #B45829, .38 Spec. cal., 2'' barrel, blue finish, press checkered Herrett walnut grips. Mfg'd 1971. Condition is very good retaining approx. 85%-90% thinning blue, with light overall general scratches from field use. Carbon spotting to bright sides of hammer. Grips with some oil darkening and flattening to checks. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $450-$650. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456200

J.P. Sauer & Sohn Royal Model Side-by-Side Shotgun, #BB5206. 12 ga. 28-3/8'' (72cm) solid rib Krupp barrels have 2-3/4'' chambers and are choked IM/Full (3/4 and Full). Boxlock action features lockup via two underlugs plus a Greener crossbolt, single selective mechanical trigger, auto safety and cocking indicators. Grayed receiver is lightly engraved with scroll patterns, matting on top, and the Sauer logo. Straight grain ''B'' Grade walnut wood used in the splinter forend and pistol-grip buttstock is oil finished and skip-line checkered, featuring a Whiteline grip cap and Sauer buttplate. Stock dimensions are 14-1/2''x1-1/2''x2''. Sling swivels are included. Mfg'd in Western Germany in 1973. Condition is very good to excellent, with very few marks to wood, but some evidence of bearing wear to the buttstock at border with the receiver. Action locks tight and functions correctly; bores are bright. Est.: $1,200-$1,600. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456321

Smith & Wesson Model CS45 Chief's Special Semi-Automatic Pistol, #JRD8550, .45 ACP cal., double/single action, 3.25'' barrel, matte stainless slide, aluminum alloy frame, stippled black rubber S&W grips, three-dot night sights, ambidextrous safety/decocker, with 6-rd. S&W magazine. In original blue plastic S&W case with matching numbered end label, S&W wrapping paper, fired test case, owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Condition is excellent showing typical signs of very light range use, which include minor edgewear to the lever and sights. Action is tight and smooth, bore is bright, rifling is near excellent. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456442

Consecutively Numbered Winchester Model 94 Trail's End Hunter Lever Action Carbine, #6574497, .38-55 cal., 20'' octagonal blued steel barrel and magazine tube, color case hardened receiver, forend cap, lever and crescent buttplate; straight grip oil-finished walnut stock and forend, dovetailed brass bead blade front sight, sporting rear sight with elevator, and tang-mounted safety. In original box with matching numbered end label and includes a lock, owner's manual, hang tag, hammer extension and misc. factory paperwork. Condition is like new overall, retaining approx. 99%+ original factory blue and bright case colors. Lower left side of receiver with a few very minor handling marks. Crisp lever action, hammer and trigger operate smoothly, mirror bright bore with excellent rifling. Likely unfired since leaving the factory. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Modern) (Consecutive to above lot.)


Lot#: 62456563

British No. 4 Mk 1 Lee-Enfield Bolt Action Rifle, #BC25790A, .303 Brit. cal., 25.2'' barrel, blued/blackened finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with protecting ears and adjustable folding leaf rear sight, and Belgian Army sling. Marked on left side of action body ''No 4 MK 1 ROF (F)3/43'', with #2 bolt head. Condition overall is very good with approx. 90% finish remaining on the metal. Wood is very good showing sanding and applied stain, now with light scratches from the sling hooks. Action is smooth; bore has a dark area mid barrel that may clean better, otherwise bright with very good rifling. Import stamped on left side of action body. Est.: $350-$500. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456684

Ruger MK II Semi-Automatic Pistol, #221-65068, .22 LR cal., 5.5'' heavy barrel, stainless steel, factory checkered black plastic grips, factory adjustable sights, with one Ruger marked magazine. Condition is excellent, appearing as new. Crisp grips and action, bright bore. Est.: $350-$550. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456320

Smith & Wesson Model 4513 TSW Semi-Automatic Pistol, #MSF4576, double action only, .45 ACP cal., 3.75'' barrel, stainless slide with ambidextrous safety, compact alloy frame, checkered black synthetic wraparound S&W grip, white three-dot sights, with 6-rd. S&W magazine. In original blue plastic S&W case with matching numbered end label and owner's manual. Condition is excellent showing only normal signs of light handling and range use, with a few tiny surface nicks to left side of frame above trigger. Grips are like new. Action is smooth, bore is bright. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456441

Consecutively Numbered Winchester Model 94 Trail's End Hunter Lever Action Carbine, #6574496, .38-55 cal., 20'' octagonal blued steel barrel and magazine tube, color case hardened receiver, forend cap, lever and crescent buttplate; straight grip oil-finished walnut stock and forend, dovetailed brass bead blade front sight, sporting rear sight with elevator, and tang-mounted safety. In original box with matching numbered end label and includes a lock, owner's manual, hang tag, hammer extension and misc. factory paperwork. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98%+ original blue and bright case colors. Lower left side of receiver with a small spot of finish wear. There is one tiny indentation on the right side buttstock wrist which is otherwise like new. Crisp lever action, hammer and trigger operate smoothly, mirror bright bore with excellent rifling. Likely unfired since leaving the factory. Est.: $900-$1,200. (Modern) (Consecutive to the next lot.)


Lot#: 62456562

Eddystone Model 1917 Bolt Action Rifle, #1140815, .30-06 cal., 26'' barrel, blued finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable folding leaf rear sight with aperture. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S.MODEL OF 1917 EDDYSTONE''. Barrel behind front sight is marked ''E/flaming bomb)/5-18''. Stock Eagle Head inspection stamps are present on inside of wrist and forward of magazine. There is an ''E'' stamped at the tip of the forend. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 60% finish, which shows partial cleaning to the receiver and rust spots and patina on the buttplate. Wood has been sanded and refinished, and the stock has two gouges to the left side of the forend, otherwise very good with mostly light handling marks. Action is smooth; bore has a small area of pitting forward of the chamber, otherwise bright with very good rifling. No visible import marks. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456683

Ruger Model 22/45 MK III Semi-Automatic Target Pistol, #228-58931, .22 LR cal., 5.5'' heavy barrel, blue finish, factory checkered black plastic grips, factory adjustable fiber-optic sights, with two (2) magazines. In original gray plastic box with matching numbered end label. Condition is excellent showing little use, and retaining approx. 98% original finish. Checkering remains sharp to grips, with marring near takedown area at backstrap. Action is good, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456319

U.S. Marine Corps Commemorative 1911-A1 Semi-Automatic Pistol, by Auto-Ordnance, #USMC0680, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, blue finish with gold-colored small parts, smooth hardwood grips with U.S. Marine Corps medallions, and one Auto-Ordnance magazine. In glass-topped red-lined walnut display case with red and gold lanyard. Left side of slide in applied gold ''U.S. Marine Corps Commemorative M1911-A1 .45/Semper Fidelis''; rear portion of slide similarly marked ''10 Nov. 1775''. Interior plaque to case reads ''The United States Marine Corps Commemorative/M1911A1 .45/Limited Edition/issued by the American Historical Foundation''. No key. Condition is excellent, appearing as new and unfired, with just 1000 mfg'd. Case shows moderate scuffs, scratches and other storage type wear. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456318

Custom Lock-Back Folding Knife, by Joe Kious, 2.5'' drop-point Damascus blade with nail nick, overall closed length is 3.25''; gold lip mother of pearl scales, Damascus bolsters, file-worked back spacer and blade spine. Pins and press are likely gold plated; press is lightly file-worked. Knife is in new condition, opens and closes smoothly, and locks up securely. A very clean little knife by a well-known high-end knife maker, now deceased. Est.: $1,000-$1,500.


Lot#: 62456439

Colt 3rd Generation Single Action Army Revolver, #SA33935, .44 Spec. cal., 4.75'' barrel, bright nickel finish, two-piece smooth walnut grips, and standard fixed sights. In original wood grain pattern box with matching numbered end label, two-piece Styrofoam insert and owner's manual. Mfg'd 1980. Bright nickel finish rates in very good+ overall condition. Revolver has been fired and the metal shows general light micro-scratching and small handling marks. Finish is lightly frosted on front section of barrel and parts of the ejector rod housing (easily cleaned). Grips are excellent showing only a small amount of minor handling marks. Factory lettering is crisp. Action cycles smoothly, cylinder lockup is tight, chambers are clean, cylinder face shows moderate powder marks; bore is bright, rifling is excellent. Box shows storage type wear and is tattered around the edges; end label is clear; box is missing three of the small interior flaps. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456317

Custom Engraved Button-Release Sidelock Folding Knife, by G.R. (Gary) Blanchard. Mfg'd in 2003, this knife features a 3'' ladder pattern Damascus blade by Devon Thomas, with double starburst pattern thumb stud; overall closed length is 4-3/8''. Handle is composed of green anodized titanium and gold-highlighted scroll engraving, one side with elliptical-shaped button release. Lower edge of one of the handles is signed ''G.R. Blanchard''. Gold anodized titanium liners are file-worked; green anodized titanium back spacer is also scroll engraved. Includes Certificate of Originality. Overall a sharp looking knife with a patented button release that was designed and engraved to blend in nicely with the handle. Est.: $1,000-$1,500.


Lot#: 62456438

Colt 3rd Generation Single Action Army Revolver, #SA99514, .45 LC cal., 4.75'' barrel, blue finish, color case hardened frame, two-piece smooth walnut grips with gold Colt medallions, and standard sights. Mfg'd 1992. Revolver is in excellent overall condition and possibly unfired, retaining approx. 99% factory blue and vivid case colors. Grips are also excellent. Factory lettering is crisp. Mirror bright bore. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456559

Beretta Model 21A Semi-Automatic Pistol, #BBS22070U, .22 LR cal., 2.5'' barrel, blue finish, smooth wood grips with PB medallions, one magazine, and one inside-the-pants black lined holster. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 94% blue with wear at high edges from holster. Smooth grips with light general impressions, mostly to right panel. Good action, bight bore. Holster is very nice. Est.: $250-$450. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456550

Colt Lawman MK III Double Action Revolver, #J70768, .357 mag. cal., 2'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut rips with bright Colt medallions. Mfg'd 1971. Condition is very good as refinished retaining approx. 85%-90% blue, with wear to front and back strap and high edges. Grips with moderate wear and flattening to checks. Missing ejector rod. Good action, fine bore. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456671

U.S. Model 1840 N.C.O. Sword, by Ames, marked for New Jersey, 32'' straight blade with a single wide fuller on both sides. Marked at ricasso ''N.J'' and ''Made by Ames Mfg. Co. Chicopee Mass.'', with no other inspector's marks on blade. Brass ''D'' guard has a faint inspector's stamp of ''A.H.C.''. Crossguard has two clam shell langets, with a straight quillion having a rounded tip. Round pommel with original tang peen. Brass grip with simulated wire wrapping. Condition is very good, the blade showing age graying, light pitting, and scattered heavier pitting, but no edge nicks. Handle, guard, and langets have been cleaned and possibly coated with a thin lacquer in the past. No scabbard. Est.: $200-$400.


Lot#: 62456670

U.S. Model 1840 Musician's Sword, by Ames, 28'' straight blade with single wide fuller on both sides. Blade marked at ricasso ''U.S., A.H.C., 1863'', and ''Made by Ames Mfg. Co., Chicopee Mass.''. Brass ''D'' guard with rounded quillion, brass grip with simulated wire wrapping, round pommel, inspector's marks ''A.H.C.'' in center of ''D'' guard. Condition is very good, the blade showing smooth age graying overall, with no rust pitting or edge nicks. Handle and guard still retain approx. 80% of their original fire gilt finish over the brass. Grip has only the slightest movement, and the pommel shows a nice original peen to the tang. No scabbard. Overall a nice example. Est. $150-$300.


Lot#: 62456316

Exquisite Custom Liner-Lock Folding Knife, which is a collaboration between makers Anders Hedlund and Jonny (Walker) Nilsson, with 3'' drop-point ''explosion'' pattern Damascus blade by Mattias Styrefors. Blade features a 18K gold thumb stud with finely engraved reindeer horn inlay; overall closed length is 4''. Handles are constructed of Swedish reindeer antler and are engraved by one of the world's leading horn engravers Jonny Nilsson. Engraving pattern, a portion of which is relief carved, delicate and very finely done. Knife also features Damascus bolsters with blue anodized fully file-worked titanium liners. Damascus back spacer with reindeer horn inlay that is also finely engraved by Nilsson. Inside of back spacer is marked by both makers. Knife comes in a Swedish birch and leather display box; box lid with a leather inlay that is fully file worked; inside with a leather-lined fitted insert that holds the knife, and a small brass plaque that reads ''Hedlund''. Knife includes Certificate of Authenticity and printed information on both the collaborators. Knife is in new condition and makes a fantastic display piece, as both the knife and display box are elaborately detailed. Est.: $2,200-$2,800.


Lot#: 62456437

Ruger Old Model Blackhawk Single Action Revolver, #45-12491, .45 LC cal., 3-screw frame, SR3-Red alloy grip frame, 7.5'' barrel, blue finish, oil-finished walnut grips with Ruger silver eagle medallions, blade front sight and square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation. This 3-screw revolver has not had the transfer bar safety conversion. Includes an original two-piece box that is not numbered to the gun, with brown wrapping paper, 1970 dated instruction and parts list, and warranty card. Mfg'd 1971. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 97% original factory blue finish. There is a line of finish wear to the bottom of the barrel from moving the ejector rod back and forth. Cylinder has only a faint index line and serial number matches to the gun. All of the factory lettering is clear. Sides of the bright hammer with mild dark spotting. Grips show only very minor handling marks. Crisp and smooth action, cylinder lockup is tight, bore is bright with strong rifling. Box shows some storage type wear; one of the corners is split, and the exterior of the box at the adjoining area has flaked off. Overall a very clean and what appears to be a lightly used Old Model revolver. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456558

Ruger MK I Semi-Automatic Sporting Pistol, #16-43117, .22 LR cal., 4.75'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered black plastic grips, with one magazine. Standard sights are retained. Condition is excellent showing little use, and retaining approx. 98%+ original finish. Checkering remains sharp to grips. Action is good, bore is mirror bright. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456679

Rossi Overland Side-by-Side Shotgun, #3966, 12 ga., 28'' barrel choked Full/Mod., exposed hammers, double triggers, crossbolt safety, extractors only; blue finish, Brazilian hardwood stock, with factory black plastic buttplate. Condition is fine retaining approx. 92% original blue, with dried grease near action. Stock and forend with light scuffs. Good action, bright bores. Just needs a good overall cleaning. Est.: $250-$450. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456315

Custom Damacus and Giraffe Bone Liner-Lock Prototype Classic Flipper, by Phil Boguszewski, 3.5'' Damascus blade with a partially file-worked spine and thumb stud with ruby insert, overall closed length is 4.5''; Mokume bolsters, smooth giraffe bone handles, anodized and file-worked titanium liners and a file-worked back spacer, with lightly engraved screw heads. Included is a small information sheet which includes the details of the knife, and a Certificate of Authenticity stating that the giraffe bone was humanely harvested. Knife is in new condition. Blade opens and closes smoothly and locks up securely. Est.: $800-$1,200.


Lot#: 62456436

Ruger Old Army Single Action Percussion Revolver, with brass grip frame, #140-10813, .45 black powder cal., 7.5'' barrel, blue finish, brass Dragoon-style grip frame is marked on the right side underneath the grip ''MR-3DD''; oil-finished walnut grips with Ruger silver eagle medallions; fixed blade front sight and square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation. Mfg'd 1973. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 97% original factory blue. Cylinder shows mild plum-colored toning. Bottom of trigger guard and butt with some dark spotting to brass. All of the factory lettering is clearly defined. Action cycles smoothly, cylinder locks up tight, bore is bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (No FFL Required)


Lot#: 62456557

Smith & Wesson Model 36 Double Action Revolver, #38J394, .38 Spec. cal., 2'' barrel, blue finish, two-piece modified Pachmayr rubber grips, with non-factory added orange ramp front sight. Dating from the early 1970s. Condition is very good retaining approx. 85% factory blue, with losses of finish to cylinder and barrel. Grips have been smoothed having their checkering removed but are comfortable and fit well. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $250-$450. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456678

Marlin Model 336 Magnum Lever Action Carbine, #AA3352, .44 mag. cal., 20'' round JM marked micro-groove barrel, blue finish, straight-grip walnut stock and forend, vented black rubber Pachmayr recoil pad, with holes for sling swivel studs (missing). Featuring a brass beaded front sight with hood, ''V''-notched rear sight with elevator, and gold-colored trigger. Top of receiver is factory drilled and tapped for scope mounts. Mfg'd 1965. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 98% original factory blue, with light scratches and small handling marks, mainly to the receiver. Wood with a few tiny indentations. Recoil pad is soft and pliable. Crisp lever action, hammer and trigger operate smoothly, bright bore with sharp rifling. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456314

Stunning Custom Liner-Lock Folding Knife, by Tom Ferry, 4'' double-edged etched Damascus blade, front flip, overall closed length 5-5/8''; double window carved blue Damascus frame, each side with two gold-lipped pearl inserts; multi-colored file-worked titanium liners and back spacer. Screw heads are lightly engraved. Knife is in new condition with vibrant colors, opens and closes smoothly, and locks up securely. Est.: $800-$1,100.


Lot#: 62456435

Springfield Armory M1A Semi-Automatic Rifle, #103076, 7.62x51mm, 22'' barrel, parkerized finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable aperture rear sight, with one 5-rd. magazine. Marked on receiver tang ''US RIFLE M1A SPRINGFIELD ARMORY''. Right side barrel marked ''SPRINGFIELD INC. GENESEO IL''. Bolt marked ''EE''. Conditon is near excellent with a couple of small marks to the metal and a few light impressions to the right side of the forend wood. Action operates smoothly, bright bore is excellent. Est.: $1,200-$1,600. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456556

Dan Wesson Model 22 Double Action Revolver, #20333, .22 LR cal., 6'' vent rib barrel, blue finish, one-piece Dan Wesson grips with DW medallions, factory red ramp front and adjustable white outline rear sight. Included are several takedown tools and a feeler gauge. Dating from the late 1970s to the early 1980s. Condition is excellent with very light index mark to cylinder, and almost no appreciable wear to Dan Wesson royal blue type finish. Press checkered factory grips show just minor wear. Crisp action, bright bore. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456677

Marlin Model 336 Lever Action Rifle, #25027612, .30-30 cal., 20'' JM marked micro-groove barrel, blue finish, pistol-grip hardwood stock and forend, black plastic Marlin buttplate, and plain black plastic grip cap. Bottom edge of buttstock is missing the Marlin bullseye. Rifle features a brass beaded front sight with hood, semi-buckhorn rear sight with elevator, and gold-colored trigger. Top of receiver is factory drilled and tapped for scope mount. Mfg'd 1975. Condition is very good retaining approx. 95% original factory metal finish, with some scratching to the sides of the receiver. Stock shows normal light handling and use marks. Factory lettering is crisp. Excellent action, bright bore with sharp rifling. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456313

Beautiful Custom Liner-Lock Folding Knife, by Don Maxwell, 2.5'' Damascus blade that features a blue anodized thumb stud with inlaid sapphire, overall closed length is 3.5''; black lip pearl scales, with blued Damascus bolsters and fire blued file-worked back spacer and liners. Back spacer and liners are titanium. Knife is in new condition, never carried or sharpened. Est.: $600-$800.


Lot#: 62456434

Springfield Armory M1A Scout/Squad Semi-Automatic Rifle, #175361, 7.62x51mm, 18'' barrel, parkerized finish, black composite stock and handguard, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable aperture rear sight. Marked on receiver tang ''US RIFLE M1A SPRINGFIELD ARMORY''. Operating handle marked ''SOCOM 16''. An excellent condition Sadlak Industries ''M14 U.S.RIFLE'' scope mount has been attached to the left side of the receiver. No magazine. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining over 90% finish. Stock shows small chips to the right side of the receiver and around the magazine well, otherwise very good. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. Est.: $1,200-$1,600. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456555

Smith & Wesson Model 617-1 K22 Masterpiece Double Action Revolver, #CCH4615, .22 LR cal., 6-shot, 4'' full-lug barrel, satin stainless steel, stippled and finger-groove black rubber S&W grips, blade front sight and square-notched rear adjustable for windage and elevation. Condition is very good+ overall. Satin stainless surfaces show scattered handling and rub marks. Cylinder with a thin index line. Factory lettering is crisp. Grips show normal light handling wear. Action cycles smoothly and cylinder locks up tight; bore is bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $600-$900. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456676

Marlin Model 39 Lever Action Rifle, #E14015, .22 S-L-LR cal., 23.5'' barrel, blue finish, smooth pistol-grip walnut stock, with standard front and Marbles rear sight. Side of barrel has been drilled and tapped for scope mount. Condition is fine retaining approx. 90% thinning and toning blue, with most of the wear to the barrel; receiver flats with approx. 94% blue. Stocks appear to have been sanded at one point. Good action, bright micro-groove bore. Est.: $250-$450. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456312

Gorgeous Custom Engraved Gentleman's Folding Knife, by Scott Sawby, Sandpoint, Idaho, 2.75'' drop-point maker marked blade with nail nick, featuring a Sawby lock action, overall closed length is 3.75''; handle is extensively scroll engraved and signed by what appears to be the initials ''JM''(?); beautiful black mother of pearl scales. Knife is like new, never carried or sharpened, with a few minor handling marks. Est.: $1,000-$1,500.


Lot#: 62456433

CMP International Harvester M1 Garand Semi-Automatic Rifle, #5150460, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, parkerized finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with protecting ears and adjustable aperture rear sight, and a U.S. green cotton sling ink stamped ''MRT 1-58''. Marked on receiver tang ''U.S.RIFLE CAL.30 M1 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER''. Right side barrel is marked ''LMR 3 54''. Bolt, trigger housing, hammer, and operating rod are marked ''IHC''. Stock has a U.S. Defense Acceptance stamp on the left side and a ''(circle)/P'' firing proof on the underside of the wrist. There is an added ''60'' stamped into the bottom of the pistol grip; ''1585'' is stamped into the barrel channel. Includes a CMP Certificate of Authenticity, owner's manual, and data sheet. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining over 90% finish, showing old pitting and cleaning to the operating rod. Wood is very good with sanding to the rear handguard and overall darkening and handling marks. A painted rack number has been removed from the right side buttstock. Action is smooth, bright bore is very good with very good rifling. No visible import marks. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456554

Smith & Wesson Model 66-1 Double Action Revolver, #62K6257, .357 mag. cal., 6'' pre-1981 pinned barrel, stainless steel, aftermarket laminated hardwood finger-groove grips, red ramp front and whiteout line rear sight, standard width hammer and trigger, and recessed cylinder. Mfg'd 1980. Condition is excellent as most likely polished at one point. Grips show little use. Screw slots are straight. Action is crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $450-$650. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456675

EMF Californian Single Action Revolver, #94, .45 Colt cal., 5.5'' barrel, blue and case hardened finish, smooth Bisley grips and grip frame, high front and adjustable rear sight. Made by Armi Jager Italy (EMF). Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 97% lightly thinning blue. Case colors originally covered with varnish showing vivid hues, but varnish is flaking. Grips with mild impressions and some losses to finish as well. Smooth crisp action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $300-$500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456311

Award Winning Custom ''Harrier'' Liner-Lock Folding Knife, by Roy Helton, Bakersfield, CA, 3'' ATS-34 high-polished blade with rope file-worked spine, blade is maker marked and features a thumb stud with inlaid citrine gemstone, overall closed length is 4''; Timothy Ferguson Damascus bolsters, mammoth ivory handles, with lightly engraved screw heads. Anodized file-worked liners and rope file-worked back spacer. This particular knife won the Best of Show and Best Folder category in 2001 at the Southern California Blade Knife Expo. Included is an original business card, receipt that is signed by the maker, and a picture of the knife in front of the trophy. An exquisite knife with deep file-worked pattern, mammoth ivory with an attractive natural grain pattern, and knife is in new condition overall. Est.: $900-$1,200.


Lot#: 62456432

Rock-Ola M1 Semi-Automatic Carbine, #4589437, .30 Carbine cal., 18'' barrel, parkerized/blued finish, flat bolt, walnut stock, blade front sight with protectors and two-position flip rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S.CARBINE CAL..30 M1''. Receiver tang is marked ''ROCK-OLA'', and barrel behind front sight is marked ''ROCK-OLA''. The ''I'' cut stock is stamped on the right side with a boxed ''RMC'' cartouche over a U.S. Ordnance Dept. ''Wheel'' stamp. A good condition U.S.G.I. oiler and green cotton sling are included, both in good condition. No magazine. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 90% of its finish with the barrel darker and possibly reblued. Wood is very good with the added dark finish showing a few light handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. No visible import marks. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456553

Smith & Wesson Model 30-1 Double Action Revolver, #H70065, .32 S&W Long cal., 2'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips with medallions, added grip adapter. In non-matching S&W box. Mfg'd in the early 1970s. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 96%+ original blue, with light thinning to finish in actioning areas and minor speckling to right sideplate. Good action, bright bore. Non-matching box is fine. Est.: $450-$650. (Modern)(Not available to Calif. residents.)


Lot#: 62456674

Ruger New Vaquero Bisley Single Action Revolver, #510-96157, .357 mag. cal., 5.5'' barrel, high gloss stainless finish, simulated ivory grips with Ruger Black Eagle medallions, and standard fixed sights. In original gray plastic case with matching numbered end label, gun lock, fired test casing, owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Condition is excellent. Metal with fine micro-scratching, typical of high gloss stainless finishes. Cylinder with light index line; chambers and face are bright and clean. Factory lettering is crisp. Grips are like new. Action is smooth and tight, bore is bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $600-$900. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456310

Custom Fixed Blade Knife, by Steve Likarich, 3.5'' mirror-polished drop-point blade marked ''Likarich'', 7-7/8'' overall, stainless vine and rose pattern bolsters, gold lip mother of pearl handles, anodized titanium liners, and deep file-worked pattern tang. Knife is in new condition with a few slight handling marks on the blade. Est.: $500-$700.


Lot#: 62456431

Quality Hardware M1 Semi-Automatic Carbine, #1910530, .30 Carbine cal., 18'' barrel, parkerized finish, round bolt, walnut stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable aperture rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S.CARBINE CAL..30 M1''. Receiver tang is marked ''QUALITY H.M.C.'', and barrel behind front sight is marked ''I.B.M.CORP.'' Left side of stock is stamped ''AAG'' forward of the wrist, and there is a ''P'' firing proof on the underside of the wrist. A U.S.G.I. cleaned oiler and green cotton sling in fair condition is included. No magazine. Condition overall is very good with over 90% of the dark refinish remaining on the metal showing several scratches on the barrel. Wood has been sanded and oiled, now very good showing a few light handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. No visible import marks. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456552

Colt Cobra Double Action Revolver, #A79189, .38 Spec. cal., 2'' barrel, nickel finish, factory checkered walnut grips with bright medallions. Mfg'd 1969. Condition is about fine retaining nearly all its original nickel but with some blistering of finish to lower portion of sideplate. Grips show an additional coat of varnish. Crisp action, mirror bright bore. Est.: $400-$600. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456673

Marlin Model 1897 Cowboy Lever Action Takedown Rifle, #99137798, .22 S-L-LR cal., 24'' octagonal JM marked micro-groove barrel, blue finish, straight-grip walnut stock and forend with diamond center point checkering, black Marlin buttplate. Rifle features a globe front sight with center post, rear sight has been removed and filled with a dovetailed sight blank, with tang-mounted Marbles peep sight and crossbolt safety. Top of receiver is factory drilled and tapped for a scope mount. Mfg'd 2001. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 99% original factory blue, with a few light handling and use marks, mainly to the sides of the receiver and right side of buttstock; checkering is sharp and unmarred. Excellent action and bright bore; rifling is strong. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456430

Springfield M1 Garand Semi-Automatic Rifle, #3284514, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, parkerized finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable aperture rear sight, U.S.G.I. green cotton slight, M-10 cleaning rod and combination tool. Marked on receiver tang ''U.S.RIFLE CAL.30 M1 SPRINGFIELD ARMORY''. Right side barrel marked ''2-S-A-9-43''. Bolt, trigger housing, hammer and operating rod all marked ''SA''. Stock is stamped with a faint ''(circle)/P'' firing proof on the underside of the wrist and a faint partial cartouche on left side of forend. Condition overall is very good with the refinished metal retaining approx. 95% finish. Wood has been sanded and stained, now close to excellent, with overall darkening and showing a few old handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore is very good. No visible import marks. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456551

Smith & Wesson Model 29-2 Double Action Revolver, #N726598, .44 mag. cal., 5'' pinned barrel, blued finish, factory checkered walnut target grips with S&W medallions, ramped blade front sight and white outline square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation; smooth bright trigger and color case hardened target hammer. Mfg'd approx. 1980. Includes a right-handed brown leather Bianchi holster and basketweave pattern cartridge holder that holds six rounds. Condition is very good retaining approx. 93% factory blue, with light scratching and finish loss to parts of the cylinder and left side of the frame, all which is likely holster wear. Barrel appears to be a replacement, as there are few small indentations around the barrel pin which does not fit flush. Grips are near excellent showing normal light handling; checkering is sharp. Factory lettering on the metal is crisp. Action cycles smoothly and the cylinder locks up tight; bore is bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456672

Marlin Model 1894 Cowboy Limited Lever Action Rifle, #99128148, .38 Spec./357 mag. cal., 24'' octagonal barrel, blue finish, checkered walnut stock and forend, hooded front sight and modern rear tang sight. This version with crossbolt safety. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% factory blue. Stock with two small impressions to lower edge near buttplate toe. Crisp action, bright bore. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456309

Custom Tanto Knife, by Mike McClure, 7'' tanto style single edge blade, with decorative file work on the top spine. Blade is signed engraved ''Mike McClure'' just above the ricasso area. Beautifully engraved polished steel half guard with bamboo designs. Stabilized mastodon scales with one large engraved, polished steel pin and two smaller pins. Tapered through tang is exposed on the edges. Engraving was done by Jim Sornberger. Overall length is 11-7/8''. Circa 2000, comes with hand written sheet on the knife and business card from maker. No sheath. Condition is excellent, showing no wear or use, original edge with no evidence of re-sharpening. Scales show no wear or use and have a nice polish. Est.: $500-$700.


Lot#: 62456308

Custom Guide Model Hunting Knife, by Mike Mooney, with engraving by Bruce Shaw, 4.5'' drop-point ATS-34 blade, with hand-rubbed satin finish, file-worked spine and tapered tang; 9.25'' overall. Finger-grooved handles are made of stabilized dyed giraffe bone, with mosaic pins. Stainless bolsters are engraved by Bruce Shaw with decorative motif surrounding a relief engraved cougar's head on one side and standing cougar on reverse. Included is a tooled basketweave pattern brown leather sheath that is stamped on the backside ''Mooney'', along with a Certificate of Ownership. Knife is in new condition; engraving is very nicely done; handles with an attractive natural grain pattern. Sheath shows light storage type wear. Est.: $500-$750.


Lot#: 62456429

Smith-Corona Model 1903-A3 Bolt Action Rifle, #3645220, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, parkerized finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with attached hood and adjustable aperture on ramp rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S. SMITH-CORONA MODEL 03-A3''. Barrel behind front sight is marked ''SC(flaming bomb)3 43''. There is a faint boxed ''FJA'' cartouche on the left side of the wrist and a boxed ''O.G'' stamp on left side of buttstock. There are two ''P'' firing proofs on the underside of the stock wrist. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining almost all of its mostly dark parkerized finish. Wood has been sanded and brown varnish applied, now very good showing old handling marks. Action is smooth; there is pitting forward of the chamber, otherwise the bore is bright with very good rifling. No visible import marks. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456307

Custom Liner-Lock Folding Knife, by John W. Smith, 3'' drop-point blue Damascus blade with gold-colored thumb stud, overall closed length is 4''; fluted white pearl scales, blue Damascus bolsters each with two inlaid gold bands, file-worked back spacer and partially file-worked blade spine, with gold-colored liners. Maker's mark is on bottom edge of ricasso. Knife is wonderfully made and in new condition. Blade opens and closes smoothly. Liner lockup is tight. Est.: $1,000-$1,500.


Lot#: 62456428

Century Arms Assembled Egyptian FN-49 Semi-Automatic Rifle, #D11109, 8x57mm, 23.2'' barrel, blued/black painted finish, hardwood stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable leaf rear sight with aperture. Marked on top of receiver ring with Egyptian crest of Saladin, and on right side receiver ''FABRIQUE NATIONALE D'ARMES DE GUERRE_HERSTAL BELGIQUE''. Rifle was assembled on a later FN made Egyptian receiver using Egyptian and other contract parts. Western numerals on rear sight leaf; ''61519'' on right side receiver cover. Condition overall is good to very good with the metal retaining approx. 95% of its refinish. Forend is cracked from the tip back to the sling band and the area shows several recent impact marks, otherwise wood appears new with a few handling marks and an even color. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. Import stamped on underside of barrel. Est.: $600-$900. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456549

Smith & Wesson Model 3906 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TDJ0232, 9mm, double/single action, 4'' barrel, stainless steel, checkered black wraparound composite S&W grips, white three-dot sights, rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation, ambidextrous safety/decocker, with an 8-rd. S&W magazine. In original box with matching numbered end label, S&W wrapping paper, owner's manual, sealed cleaning kit and misc. factory paperwork. Pistol is in like new overall condition and appears to have been handled and fired very little. Factory lettering is crisp. Grip checkering is sharp. Action is smooth, bore is bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $500-$750. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456306

Custom Liner-Lock Folding Hunter Knife, by Loyd McConnell, with scrimshawed ivory scales, 3.25'' Damascus blade with thumb stud; thumb stud has a small inlaid bear paw print; overall closed length is 4-3/8''. Knife was originally made with a scrimshawed right scale depicting big horn sheep and signed with the initials ''D.R.B.''; opposite scale features polar bears scrimshawed by artist Linda Karst Stone. This attractive knife also features a Damascus back spacer and light blue anodized liners. Maker's mark is visible on one of the liners. Includes a business card for the knife maker, scrimshaw artist, as well as a small information card for Linda Karst Stone. The detail work on the scrimshaw is very nicely done. Knife is in new condition. Est.: $750-$1,000.


Lot#: 62456427

Remington Model 1903-A4 Sniper Bolt Action Rifle, #4992466, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, parkerized finish, walnut stock. No fixed sights installed. Marked offset on left side receiver ring ''U.S.REMINGTON MODEL 03-A3'' The barrel is marked ''RA(flaming bomb) 12-43''. Left side of scant buttstock is stamped with a boxed ''RLA/EB'' and a ''(circle)/P'' firing proof on the underside of the wrist. Front sight dovetail is straight and clean. Serial number within sniper rifle range. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 90% of its parkerized finish showing scratches and toning on the barrel and darkening on the trigger guard. There is old rust on the buttplate. Wood is very good with minor chips around the magazine and overall darkening. Action is smooth; bright two-groove barrel is very good with very good rifling. No visible import marks. Scope mount is marked on rear bridge ''REDFIELD'' and is in very good condition. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456548

Smith & Wesson Model 5906 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TCL5720, double/single action, 9mm, 4'' barrel, satin stainless slide, one-piece black plastic S&W grips, white three-dot sights include a square-notched rear, ambidextrous safety/decocker, with one 10-rd S&W magazine. In original blue one-piece S&W box with matching numbered end label, owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Condition is very good+ with light surface scuffs and scratches. Factory lettering is crisp. Grips appear like new with sharp unmarred checkering. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $400-$600. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456669

Model 1860 U.S. Enlisted Cavalry Sword, by D.J. Millard, part of an 1861 Contract for 10,000 enlisted cavalry sabers. The 34.75'' blade has a wide main groove and smaller top groove, maker marked at the ricasso ''D.J. MILLARD, Clayville N.Y.'', and inspector markings ''U.S., W.E.H., 1862''. Three-branch brass guard, grooved wooden grip covered in leather, with a single twisted brass wire wrapping. Brass pommel with smooth peened tang, with double inspector's marks of ''W.E.H'' in small letters. Steel scabbard with two hanging rings. Condition is very good, the blade bright almost as new, with the crosshatching visible above the ricasso. There are some light rust stains in the center of the blade and very minor scratches from going in and out of the scabbard, and a couple very light edge nicks (almost not worth mentioning). The original leather blade washer is present. Guard and pommel have a pleasing aged patina to the brass. Pommel has some letters scratched into the sides of ''E A'', probably the soldier's initials. Wood grip is cracked along the full length on one side and partially on the other side. The original leather covering shows some losses, heavy cracking and scuffing. Wire wrapping is intact and tight. Handle is tight on the blade. Scabbard has a few dings near the bottom and has a smooth dark patina overall. Overall a nice example. Est.: $400-$700.


Lot#: 62456220

Mid-1960s Colt Python Double Action Revolver, #41050, .357 mag. cal., 4'' vent rib barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips with gold Colt medallions, ramped front sight and square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation. Mfg'd 1964. In original two-piece wood grain pattern Colt box with correct end label. Bottom of the box is numbered and matches the revolver, and includes a Colt sight adjustment tool, small bottle of Colt gun oil that is unopened, Safe Handling instructions and Warranty card. Condition is excellent overall retaining approx. 98% original factory metal finish, with very mild wear to some of the highpoints of the cylinder and muzzle. Factory lettering is clear. Action cycles smoothly, cylinder locks up tight, chambers and bore are bright; rifling is excellent. Box shows signs of age and storage type wear, heaviest around the edges; all of the corners are intact, but a portion of three of the short edges of the lid are partially separated; end label is clear. Overall a very nice earlier Python. Est.: $2,800-$3,600. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456341

Ruger No. 1-B Single Shot Rifle, with Scope, #133-97045, .218 Bee cal., 26'' barrel with quarter rib, mfg'd without sights, blue finish, checkered pistol-grip walnut stock and semi-beavertail forend, factory black rubber recoil pad, Ruger grip cap and sling swivel studs. Topped with as Simmons Blazer 8-32x44 AO scope, Ruger rings mounted to the notched quarter rib. Scope with a matte black finish, target turrets and duplex reticle. Mfg'd 2003. Rifle is in excellent overall condition retaining approx. 99% original factory blue. Receiver and lever have toned and are now plum colored. Stock is also excellent with sharp checkering and a few light handling marks, which include a shallow scratch to left side of buttstock. Crisp action, mirror bright bore with strong rifling. Scope is like new with bright clear optics. Est.: $900-$1,400. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456462

Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 629-4 Double Action Revolver, #SPA0047, .44 mag. cal., 6-shot, 3.25'' ported barrel, stainless steel, stippled and finger-groove black rubber S&W grips, orange ramp front sight and white outline square-notched rear adjustable for windage and elevation. Left side of frame with S&W Performance Center logo. In original blue plastic S&W case with matching numbered end label and owner's manual. Condition is excellent showing a small amount of light handling marks, the most noticeable on the front right side of frame. Cylinder with moderate index line. Factory lettering is crisp. Grips are very good with intermittent small indentations and scuffs. Action cycles smoothly, cylinder locks up tight, bore with light powder fouling, rifling is excellent. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456583

Standard Products M1 Semi-Automatic Carbine, #2229085, .30 Carbine cal., 18'' barrel, parkerized finish, flat bolt, walnut stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable aperture on ramp rear sight. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S. CARBINE CAL..30 M1''. Receiver tang is marked ''STD.PRO.'', and barrel behind front sight is marked ''UNDERWOOD/1-44/(flaming bomb)''. Stock sling slot is stamped ''S-HB'', and there is a faint U.S. Ordnance Dept. ''wheel'' cartouche stamped into the right side of the buttstock. A good condition U.S.G.I. early green cotton sling and oiler are included. No magazine. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 90% finish and the receiver and trigger guard toning to a brown color. Wood has been sanded and varnished over old handling marks, now very good with an even color. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. No visible import marks. Est.: $900-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456340

Early Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1-B Single Shot Rifle, with Scope, #4323, .308 cal., 26'' barrel with quarter rib, mfg'd without sights, blue finish, checkered pistol-grip walnut stock and semi-beavertail forend, factory black rubber Ruger recoil pad, Ruger grip cap, quick-detachable sling swivels, and a black nylon sling. Includes owner's manual. Topped with a Bushnell Banner 6-18x40 scope, Ruger rings mounted to the notched quarter rib. Scope with a gloss black finish and duplex reticle. Mfg'd 1968. Rifle is in excellent overall condition with the exception of an area of moderate pitting to the top of the receiver in front of the safety, retaining approx. 98%+ original factory blue, with a few light handling marks to the metal. Receiver has toned and has a very mild plum color. Stock is also excellent with sharp checkering and scattered normal light handling marks, the most noticeable on the bottom of the forend. There is a small piece of rubber missing from the toe of the butt pad. Crisp action, mirror bright bore with strong rifling. Scope is excellent with bright clear optics. Est.: $800-$1,000. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456461

Smith & Wesson Model 340PD Airlite Double Action Hammerless Revolver, #DAU4210, .357 mag. cal., 1-7/8'' black stainless steel barrel, black Scandium alloy frame, gray titanium 5-shot cylinder, stippled and finger-groove black rubber S&W grips, green fiber-optic front sight and standard square-notched rear sight integral with top of frame. In original blue plastic S&W case with matching numbered end label, cable lock, S&W wrapping paper, spent test shell casing, owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Revolver features an internal locking safety mechanism and includes 2 keys. Condition is excellent. Metal with a few small scuffs and light handling marks, predominantly on the cylinder. Barrel and frame retain approx. 99% original factory finish. Grips are excellent. Action is crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456582

Smith & Wesson Victory Model Double Action Revolver, #V365578, .38 Spec. cal., 4'' barrel, dulite finish, smooth walnut grips, topstrap marked ''U.S. Property GHD''. Condition is fine retaining approx. 85%-90% thinning factory finish. Grips with several minor impressions, and small chip to upper portion of left panel. Action is crisp, bore is bright. Est.: $450-$650. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456460

Smith & Wesson Model 625-8 Double Action Revolver, #CJV0385, .45 ACP cal., 6-shot, 5'' full lug barrel, non-glare matte finish, stippled and finger-groove black rubber S&W grips, pinned blade front sight and square-notched rear adjustable for windage and elevation, smooth combat trigger, and checkered semi-target hammer. In original blue plastic S&W case with matching numbered end label, cable lock, fired test case, S&W wrapping paper, owner's manual, and misc. factory paperwork. Revolver is in excellent used condition with scattered light scuffs and handling marks to the matte finish; cylinder with moderate index line. Grips show normal light handling wear. Action cycles smoothly, cylinder lockup is tight, bright bore with strong rifling. Est.: $750-$1,000. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456581

Smith & Wesson M&P Double Action Revolver, #S812848, .38 Spec. cal., 4'' barrel, phosphate finish, with pre-war diamond checkered walnut grips with bright S&W medallions; lanyard loop in butt. Mfg'd mid-1940s. Condition is fine as later parkerized, retaining approx. 97% finish; cylinder is slightly more etched from the parkerizing finish. Grips with moderate wear. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $300-$500. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456580

Springfield M1 Garand Semi-Automatic Rifle, #941333, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, parkerized finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with protectors and adjustable aperture rear sight, U.S.G.I. green cotton sling, plastic oiler and thong. Marked on receiver tang ''U.S.RIFLE CAL. 30 M1 SPRINGFIELD ARMORY. There are no markings on the stock. Bolt, trigger housing, and hammer all marked ''SA''. Operating rod marked ''RA'' and ''NM''. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 95% of its grey re-parkerized finish. There is evidence of hand fitting around the front of the gas cylinder. Wood has been sanded and varnished over old handling marks, now very good, with overall darkening. Action is smooth, bright bore is excellent. Import stamped ''BLUE SKY/ARLINGTON VA'' on left side of barrel. Est.: $1,000-$1,400. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456107

Antique Fullstock Kentucky Flintlock Long Rifle, perhaps by William Defibaugh of Bedford, PA, NVSN, .38 cal., pinned 37.5" octagonal barrel with dovetailed buckhorn open sights, has hand-engraved script "WD" ahead of breech, 2 lead-filled holes nearby; beveled lockplate has pointed rear teat, integral pan and swan-neck reinforced cock; brass furniture includes trigger guard with scrolled rear finger-rest and faceted tangs, 8" open-work patchbox opening to trap in butt having fine zig-zag line bordering and geometric decoration, crescent buttplate with faceted top tang and flower-engraved separate lower tang, long scroll-engraved sideplate having starburst screw heads, 2.375" nosecap and 3 ferrules retaining the brass-tipped hickory ramrod; varnished walnut fullstock shows artificial striping, raised panels at either side of lock, carved comb and raised straight cheekpiece. Double set triggers. Condition is very good, the barrel darkening and mixing with smooth age-brown patina, and fairly heavy black-powder pitting at breech. Lock is a replacement and appears to be approx. 100 years older than this gun, showing traces of darkened/silvered case colors; brass with moderate age patina. Stock is sound and smooth showing well-defined striping, light-to-medium scrapes and dings from age and use, a secure mend from lock teat to trigger guard and ahead 2.5" to lock, a 1.5" glued wood repair at toe, pleasing color and finish. Action functions but does not hold full-cock; bore is bright showing scattered erosion toward muzzle, and sharp rifling. Est.: $1,500-$2,000. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456228

Smith & Wesson Model of 1953 .22/32 Double Action Kit Gun, #30688, .22 LR cal., blue finish, factory diamond checkered walnut grips with S&W medallions, with standard adjustable sights. In non-matching Model 34 S&W box. Mfg'd 1955. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% factory blue, with very light wear in actioning areas and minor toning to backstrap. Grips and action are crisp, bore is excellent. Revolver shows very little use, if any. Somewhat later box is for a Model 34 in nearly the same configuration as this revolver, except box calls out ''square butt'' and butt is round. Instructions for Model 34, cleaning rod, and screwdriver are present. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456349

Arthur Brown & Co. Single Shot Silhouette Pistol, #09990016, 7mm US ctg., 11'' barrel, blue finish, thumb-rest finger-groove walnut stock and forend, Bomar rear and hooded post front sight, with Weaver base for optical devices. Bottom of forend with three NRA National Championship stickers 2000-2002. Pistol was custom built by E.A. Brown in Alexandria, MN. Condition is excellent. This Falling Block single shot pistol shows only light range use and retains approx. 97% of its original factory blue. Grips are crisp. Light crisp action, bright bore. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456106

Antique American Fullstock Boy's Flintlock Buck-and-Ball Smoothbore Gun, NVSN, 28 ga./.54 cal., pinned 34'' round barrel has open sights, 13.5'' flat sighting plane forward from breech; lightly engraved lock with stepped rear is marked ''W. Ketland & Co.'' (an English import) below the integral waterproof pan and matching reinforced swan-neck cock; brass furniture includes trigger guard with urn-shaped front tang and long rear, curved buttplate with long top tang, 4.375'' sideplate, 1.75'' nosecap and 2 ferrules retaining the plain hickory ramrod; varnished walnut stock has the early-style ''bull-nose'' profile, artificial striping and raised panels at either side of lock. Made ca. 1800s-1830s with blued barrel, case hardened lock and bright brass. Condition is very good retaining traces of original barrel blue but mostly dark brown age patina with heavy black-powder pitting in touchhole area; lock and hammer are dark gunmetal color; brass with a medium age patina. Rear portion of barrel and tang are pitted. Stock is sound having tight line cracks at both sides of wrist, front of sideplate and behind lockplate, a 2'' screw-reinforced triangular wood repair at toe of stock, 2 shallow gouges at right butt, scattered light marks, good striping and perhaps later finish; ramrod is a probable replacement. The gun appears to be in original flintlock configuration, with un-bushed touchhole and correct parts. Action is strong and crisp; smoothbore shows moderate black-powder erosion for most of its length. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456227

Smith & Wesson K22 Double Action Revolver, #K22654, .22 LR cal., 6'' barrel, later engraved blue finish, with non-factory stag grips, ramped Patridge front sight and standard adjustable rear sight. Mfg'd 1948. Condition is excellent as later engraved, with light floral engraving showing extensive punch dot background, approx. 96% later blue is retained. Grips are excellent with gentle palm swell. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $800-$1,200. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456348

HS Precision Pro-Series 2000P Single Shot Bolt Action Silhouette Pistol, #2136, 7mm BR cal., 15'' fluted barrel, phosphate finish, custom finger-groove synthetic stock, Bomar rear and hooded front post sight. Condition is excellent showing only light marks from range use and scratches to adjustment screw of rear sight. Upper portion of stock behind pistol grip has been coved out slightly to fit shooter's hand. Crisp action, bright bore. Bottom of stock with ''2001 NRA National Silhouette Championships'' entry sticker. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456469

Smith & Wesson Model 686-6 Plus Double Action Revolver, #DKM6045, .357 mag. cal., 7-shot, 6'' barrel, satin stainless steel, laminate hardwood grips with laser engraved S&W logo, red ramp front sight and white outline square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation; smooth trigger, checkered semi-target hammer. Condition is excellent with some fine micro-scratching to the stainless surfaces. Grips are like new showing no handling marks or wear. Action cycles smoothly, cylinder locks up tight, bore is bright with sharp rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456105

Antique American Fullstock Percussion Boy's Rifle, NVSN, .40 cal., 28.5'' octagonal barrel, buckhorn style open sights, fancy upper tang retained by 3 wedges and unmarked; flat lockplate has sparse floral engraving, marked ''Tolimim'' (?), matching hammer; iron furniture includes engraved scrolled trigger guard with rear finger-rest, attractive lightly engraved patchbox opening to trap in buttstock, crescent buttplate with fancy upper/lower tangs, serpentine sideplate, 3 barrel wedges, nosecap and 3 ferrules retaining the steel-tipped striped hickory ramrod; varnished walnut fullstock shows artificial tiger striping, raised panels either side of lock, carved straight cheekpiece. Double set triggers. Made ca. 1830s-50s, likely with blued barrel, case hardened lock, bright brass. Condition is very good retaining no original metal finishes but an overall smooth age-darkened gunmetal gray with light pitting at nipple/hammer and a possible old weld repair at barrel/tang juncture, top buttplate tang may be slightly bent. Fullstock is sound and generally smooth showing good striping, pleasing grain and color, scattered use marks, a tight 4'' diagonal line crack at right ahead of lock, another at front sideplate screw, a 1.5'' wood loss at left near top wedge, another .5'' shallow wood loss at right, and added finish. Missing middle barrel wedge. Action does not hold cock; bore shows overall black powder erosion and deep rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456226

Post-War Colt Woodsman Semi-Automatic Sporting Pistol, #096617S, .22 LR cal., 6'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered thumb-rest walnut grips, with standard adjustable sights and one factory magazine. Mfg'd 1976. Condition is near excellent retaining approx. 96% original factory blue, with wear at muzzle and forward edges of slide; strong front and back strap. Grips with minor losses to finish and small impressions. Crisp action, bright bore. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456347

Iron Brigade Armory Chandler Sniper M40A2 Remington Model 700 Bolt Action Rifle, with Leupold Scope, #B6456431, 7x61 S&H cal., matte black finish. These rifles were custom built by Iron Brigade Armory and were built to exceed the specifications of the USMC M40A1 sniper rifle. Camouflage McMillan fiberglass stock features sling swivels, front stud for mounting optional bipod, and black Pachmayr recoil pad, length of pull is adjustable by using removable black spacers (length of pull is currently 13.25''). Rifle features a 26'' tapered heavy stainless Hart barrel and mfg'd without sights. Custom one-piece Chandler trigger guard and floorplate with hex-head bolts that are torqued to a particular specification (torque wrench is included). Rifle is topped with a matching numbered scope base that is marked on the left side ''Chandler Sniper No. 31'', and a Leupold Mark 4 M1-10x rifle scope, with matte black finish, target adjustment knobs, and a mil-dot reticle, with Butler Creek flip-up scope covers. Included is a Pelican 1750 hard case, torque wrench, cleaning rod, assortment of misc. factory paperwork, original Model 700 owner's manual, scope manual, 360 rds. of 7x61 Super Norma 154-grain Spirepoint cartridges and RCBS two-die set. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 98% original factory finish, with scattered light handling and use marks. Smooth action, bright bore with sharp rifling. Scope is like new with crystal clear optics. Overall what appears to be a seldom used rifle. Est.: $3,000-$4,000. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456468

Smith & Wesson Model 625-3 Model of 1989 Double Action Revolver, #BEP9981, .45 ACP cal., 6-shot, 5'' full-lug barrel, non-glare matte finish, finger-groove hardwood grips with S&W medallions, pinned Patridge front sight, square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation; smooth combat trigger and checkered semi-target hammer. Condition is near excellent showing fairly typical signs of light range use, including a moderate index line to the cylinder, scattered light scuffs and small handling marks, most noticeable on the trigger guard and left side of frame. Grips are excellent showing very minimal handling marks. Action cycles smoothly, cylinder locks up tight, bore is bright with excellent rifling. Est.: $800-$1,100. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456589

Springfield Model 1899 Krag Cadet Carbine, #285947, .30-40 cal., 22'' barrel, blued finish, walnut stock, blade front sight and Model 1901 rear sight. Marked on left side receiver ''U.S./MODEL 1899./SPRINGFIELD ARMORY''. No markings on stock. This original Model 1899 Carbine has been modified by installing short rifle stock and front band and turning down muzzle to accept the Model 1905 bayonet. Lightening groove in shortened forend has been filled with a rectangular piece of walnut. Used to train cadets and students. Condition overall is good with the metal retaining approx. 80% finish, showing mottling across the box magazine and cleaning and polishing to the bolt handle. There is filing and re-shaping to the forend at the front band. Wood is very good showing old and new handling marks to the finish that is now darkening with age. Action and magazine operate smoothly; bore is fair with worn but visible rifling. Est.: $600-$800. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456104

Antique American Heavy-Barrel Fullstock Percussion Long Rifle, NVSN, .44 cal., pinned 42'' heavy octagonal barrel with buckhorn open sights is unmarked; flat lockplate has sparse floral engraving, 3 waterfowl on the water at rear, ''JS&S/Warranted'' (English import, possibly Joseph Sankey & Son of Bilston, near Birmingham) under bolster, was altered from flintlock during its period of use; brass furniture includes scrolled trigger guard, crescent buttplate with long lower tang, bowtie-shaped sideplate, 2'' nosecap, 3 ferrules retaining the hickory ramrod; varnished walnut fullstock has carved aprons either side of lock, slim early ''bullnose'' profile. Double set triggers. Mfg'd ca. 1800-1830, likely with blued barrel, case hardened lock, bright brass. Condition is very good retaining no original metal finishes but a generally smooth gunmetal gray-brown age patina having moderate black powder pitting about the nipple bolster and breech area, clear markings; brass with moderate age toning. Stock is sound showing expected marks and 1 or 2 gouges from use and great age, a 2'' secure line crack at right wrist, what appears to be an almost undetectable 33'' wood repair at left juncture with barrel, a same 23'' repair at right; nipple and ramrod are likely replacements. Action is smooth; bore is clean showing moderate erosion in grooves and deep rifling. Est.: $700-$1,400. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456346

Weatherby MK V Accumark Bolt Action Rifle, #PB033824, .30-378 Wea. mag. cal., 26'' fluted stainless barrel (28'' overall including Accubrake muzzlebrake); other metal parts have a blue/black finish; spiral fluted bolt with bolt-mounted safety, one-piece pistol-grip fiberglass stock that is black with gray accents, featuring a Monte Carlo cheekpiece, black Pachmayr recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Mfg'd without sights. Top of receiver is factory drilled and tapped for a scope mount. Condition is excellent, appearing near new, retaining approx. 99% metal finish showing a few light handling marks. Smooth action, bright bore with sharp rifling. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456467

Smith & Wesson Model 610-3 Double Action Revolver, #DBU4815, 10mm, 6.5'' barrel, satin stainless steel, stippled and finger-groove black rubber S&W grips, ramped front sight and white outline-rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation; smooth color case hardened trigger and checkered hammer. Condition is excellent showing typical signs of light handling and range use, including some fine micro-scratching and slight surface scuffs. Factory lettering is crisp. Grips are also excellent showing only light handling wear. Action cycles smoothly, cylinder locks up tight, face is clean, chambers and bore are bright; rifling is excellent. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456588

Swedish Model 96 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #9983, 6.5x55mm, 29.1'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, blade front sight and adjustable folding leaf rear sight, with cleaning rod. Marked on top of receiver ring with Swedish crest above ''CARL GUSTAFS STADS GEVARSFAKTORI 1899''. Matching numbers. Condition overall is very good. There is some rusting and patina around the firing pin spring and cocking piece, otherwise the metal is very good, with the bluing thinning along the barrel. Wood is very good with overall darkening and handling marks present. Action is smooth, bright bore is close to excellent. Import stamped on right side of barrel. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456103

Antique Big-Bore Heavy-Barrel Fullstock Percussion Plains or Buffalo Rifle, by H.E. Leman, NVSN, .60 cal., pinned 30'' octagonal barrel, dovetailed buckhorn open sights, marked ''H.E. Leman/Lancaster, PA/Warranted'' on top flat surrounded by a pattern of dots within sunburst designs; rear sight additionally having dashed top and bottom borders, the same motif being repeated about the front sight; scroll engraved and line-bordered lockplate is marked ''H.E. Leman/Lancaster, PA'' below the percussion nipple and bolster; steel furniture includes scrolled trigger guard with rear finger-loop, graceful crescent buttplate having extended tangs, nosecap and 3 ferrules retaining the plain hickory ramrod; varnished walnut fullstock has raised panels at either side of lock and a gracefully carved cheekpiece. Mfg'd ca. 1840s-60s with blued barrel and trigger guard, case hardened lock and hammer, the furniture possibly left in-the-white. Double set triggers. Condition is very good showing silvery gray mixed with brown age patina; lock, hammer and are a darkening gunmetal gray with black-powder pitting in the nipple area of both barrel and lock, and furniture has a clean, light gunmetal patina. Fullstock is sound and generally smooth showing minor age and use marks. A secure 4.5'' triangular wood repair that has begun to separate emanates from buttplate to belly on both sides; ramrod is a replacement. Action does not function properly as hammer will not stay cocked, but mainspring is strong; bore is clean showing black powder erosion in grooves, 3'' from muzzle, and deep rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,400. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456345

Browning A-Bolt II Stainless Stalker Bolt Action Rifle, #11142NT8S7, .338 Win. mag. cal., 26'' barrel, matte stainless finish, checkered pistol-grip black synthetic stock with right-hand palm swell, solid black rubber Browning recoil pad and stainless sling swivel studs. Mfg'd without sights; receiver is factory drilled and tapped for scope mount, and features a tang safety. In original Browning box with matching end label, owner's manual and hang tag. Mfg'd 1996. Rifle is in excellent like new overall condition. Factory lettering is crisp. Matte stainless surfaces with a few minor handling marks. Smooth action, bright bore with sharp rifling. Box is excellent with minor edgewear to the lid. Est.: $800-$1,000. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456466

Smith & Wesson Model 1086 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #TFK1289, 10mm, double action only, 4.25'' barrel, stainless steel, stippled black rubber S&W grips, three-dot night sights, semi-bobbed hammer, with 9-rd. S&W magazine. One of only 1660 produced between 1990-1992. Condition is very good+ with scattered light scuffs and scratches to the stainless finish, predominantly on the slide. Factory lettering is crisp. Grips are excellent showing only normal light handling wear. Tight smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $600-$900. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456587

Finnish M39 Mosin-Nagant Bolt Action Rifle, #257584, 7.62x54Rmm, 27''barrel, blued finish, two-piece birch wood stock, blade front sight with protecting ears and adjustable folding leaf rear sight, with cleaning rod. Marked on top of receiver ring with an ''SA'' Finnish property stamp over a Sako ''Gearwheel'' and ''1944'' stamp. A Czarist crest has been removed from the top of the hexagonal receiver. Right side of buttstock is marked with a Sako ''Gearwheel'' stamp and a stock maker's mark. Matching numbers stamped on bolt handle and re-numbered floorplate. Sights have been painted to enhance visibility. Condition overall is good with the metal retaining approx. 70% finish, showing old cleaned pitting on the magazine. There is a crack forward of the wrist on the right side of the stock, along with a wooden dowel arsenal repair, otherwise the wood is good with overall darkening and mostly light handling marks. Action is smooth, bright bore is very good with very good rifling. Import engraved on top of barrel. Est.: $500-$750. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456102

Antique European Heavy Barrel Long-Range Percussion Target Rifle, likely of German or Swiss origin, NVSN, .56 cal., 36'' heavyweight octagonal barrel measures 1-1/4'' across the flats at muzzle and is marked ''Jos. Herran'' in silver inlay ahead of the breech, which features a stag etched in deep relief ahead of the floral-engraved top tang; dovetailed large front blade and notched open rear sights; floral engraved steel hammer and lockplate with a unique flash shield and marked ''In Gorkau'' within a scroll; matching sideplate; floral engraved heavy steel triggerguard with fancy front tang and carved wood rear finger-rest; sling swivels on belly of buttstock and at 2nd ramrod thimble; heavy cast-iron buttplate with scrolled bottom and elongated top tang; plain hardwood ramrod with unusual front keeper and scroll-engraved bottom ferrule. Nicely figured European walnut halfstock with carved cheekpiece is deeply checkered at wrist and at midway balance point, has a single barrel wedge with two engraved escutcheons and pleasing color. There is a screw-type fitting at top of wrist, perhaps for some sort of tang sight, now missing. Double set triggers. Condition is very good, the metal parts showing a dark brownish patina with scattered light etching, the buttplate with pitting at sides, the markings and engraving generally sharp. Action functions; bore is brilliant with deep spiral rifling. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456344

Ruger Pre-Warning No. 1-B Single Shot Rifle, with Leupold Scope, #130-13288, .22-250 cal., 26'' barrel with quarter rib, mfg'd without sights, blue finish, checkered pistol-grip walnut stock and semi-beavertail forend, factory red rubber Ruger recoil pad, Ruger grip cap, quick-detachable sling swivels and a Harris 1A bipod. Topped with a Leupold 7.5x scope, Ruger rings mounted to the notched quarter rib. Scope with a combination gloss black/plum-colored finish, and duplex reticle. Mfg'd 1975. Condition to the metal is excellent overall retaining approx. 98%+ original factory finish. Wood is very good+ with intermittent moderate surface dents and other small handling marks. Checkering is sharp. Crisp action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Scope is excellent with bright clear optics. Est.: $800-$1,200. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456465

Sig Sauer P220 Super Match Semi-Automatic Pistol, #37B049936, .45 ACP cal., 5'' barrel, two-tone with stainless slide, black alloy frame, factory checkered laminated wood grips each marked ''Sig Sauer''; front night sight and square-notched rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation; ambidextrous thumb safety, frame with lower accessory rail, with one Sig Sauer magazine. In original black plastic case with matching numbered end label, numbered test target, owner's manual and misc. factory paperwork. Pistol is in excellent near new overall condition showing only a few insignificant handling marks. Excellent action and bright bore. A very high-condition lightly used Super Match P220. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456586

Brazilian Model 1935 Mauser Bolt Action Rifle, #5666, 7x57mm, 29'' barrel, blued finish, hardwood stock, inverted ''V'' front sight and leaf rear sight, with cleaning rod. Marked on top of receiver ring with Brazilian crest, and on right side ''MOD.1935''. Left side receiver rail is marked ''MAUSER-WERKE A.G.OBERNDORF a/N''. There is a ''MAUSER'' logo stamp on the top of the rear receiver bridge, and Farsi characters stamped into right side of buttstock, along with white painted rack numbers. Matching numbers on trigger guard and magazine floorplate; mismatched numbers on bolt assembly. Rear sight is missing adjustment slide and the ''V'' notch on the leaf has been mutilated and is not usable. Front screw on the sight bed and front trigger guard locking screw are missing. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 90% of its arsenal refinished bluing, which shows frosting on the magazine floorplate and cleaning on the buttplate. Wood is very good with darkening and handling marks to the varnished finish. Action is smooth; bore has some darkening forward of the chamber that may clean better, otherwise bright with very good rifling. Import stamped on left side of barrel. Est.: $600-$900. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456101

Enfield Double Action Revolver, #A3076, .476 cal., 5.75'' barrel, blued finish, walnut grips, blade front sight and fixed ''V''-notched rear sight. Marked on right side frame ''(crown)V.R.ENFIELD/1894/.II.''. There are proof and view marks on the frame and cylinder. There is an ''Opposing Arrows'' sale mark stamped into the right side of frame and grip. After leaving military service, this revolver was sent to Australia and was stamped on left side grip ''N.S.W./No.57'', and on right grip and backstrap ''GAOLS/GAOLS No 57''. Matching numbers on frame and barrel group. Revolver has an Owen Jones selective extraction/ejection system, which tilts the barrel and moves the cylinder forward to load. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 70% finish, showing browning and old patina on the barrel and cylinder. Grips are very good showing impressions, handling marks and overall darkening. Action locks up tightly and the cylinder slides and returns smoothly; bore has some light frosting, otherwise bright with excellent rifling; chambers are bright and clean. Est.: $1,500-$1,800. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456343

Sako Finnwolf Lever Action Rifle, #6829, .243 Win. cal., featuring a VL63 action, 23'' round barrel, blue finish, one-piece checkered pistol-grip hardwood stock, with original black plastic Sako buttplate and sling swivel studs. Sights included a hooded blade front on ramped base and a notched adjustable tangent rear sight. Receiver with dovetailed scope bases. Includes one detachable magazine. These rifles were mfg'd from 1962-1974, this one likely produced sometime in the early `70s. Imported by and marked on the bottom of the barrel,''The Garcia Corp., Wash., D.C.''; made in Finland. Metal surfaces rate in excellent overall condition and retain approx. 97% blue. Receiver and lever have toned and are now plum colored; both the barrel and receiver show some normal light handling and use marks. Stock is very good showing mainly what would be considered normal light field wear. In addition the finish on the buttstock on the right side below the receiver has thinned and is somewhat dull; left side of the buttstock with several thin scratches; checkering shows little wear. Factory lettering on the metal is crisp. Excellent action, mirror bright bore, strong rifling. Est.: $1,200-$1,800. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456464

CZ-97 BD Semi-Automatic Pistol, #D215750, .45 ACP cal., double/single action, 4.5'' barrel, black finish, original checkered black plastic grips, three-dot Tru-Dot night sights, decocker, front and rear slide serrations, and three (3) 10-rd. magazines. In original black plastic case with matching numbered end label, cleaning accessories and owner's manual. Pistol is in excellent like new overall condition, appearing to have been handled and fired very little, with no mentionable finish loss or wear to the grips. Night sights still glow. Smooth action, mirror bright bore with strong rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern)(Not available to Calif. residents.)


Lot#: 62456585

Remington Model 1903 Bolt Action Rifle, #3302685, .30-06 cal., 24'' barrel, parkerized finish, walnut stock, blade front sight with attached hood and adjustable rear leaf sight, U.S.G.I green cotton sling, nickel oiler and thong. Marked on receiver ring ''U.S.REMINGTON MODEL 1903''. Barrel behind front sight is marked ''RA/(flaming bomb)/11-42''. There is a ''(circle)/P'' firing proof on the inside of the stock wrist. Right side rear receiver bridge has been heated, drilled, and tapped for a scope mount and two screws have been inserted. Condition overall is good. Top third of the buttplate has heavy deep rust, otherwise the metal is very good with over 80% of the finish remaining. Wood has been sanded and refinished with a coat of varnish, now very good with a few areas of old and new scratches. Action operates smoothly, bright bore is excellent. Rear of the magazine follower has been filed and the bolt will close with the magazine cutoff in either position. No visible import marks. Est.: $500-$700. (C&R)


Lot#: 62456100

Webley Metropolitan Police Double Action Revolver, #79855, .450 cal., 2.5'' barrel, blued finish, walnut grips, blade front sight and ''V''-notched rear sight. Marked on left side frame ''WEBLEYS M:P'' around a ''manacled hands'' image; ''POLICE'' marked on left side topstrap; ''P.WEBLEY & SON LONDON & BIRMINGHAM'' marked on top. Matching number on rear of cylinder. Condition overall is very good with the metal retaining approx. 50% finish, showing darkening and patina on inside grip and butt cap. Grips are good showing chips, flattening and overall darkening. Action locks up tightly and functions smoothly; bore has some light frosting, otherwise bright with very good rifling; chambers are bright and clean. Est.: $800-$1,100. (Antique)


Lot#: 62456221

Smith & Wesson Model 41 Semi-Automatic Pistol, #95083, .22 LR cal., 5.5'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered walnut grips, with three (3) factory magazines, and standard under-cut Patridge front sight. Early model features cocking indicator and early rear sight. Mfg'd mid-1960s. Condition is fine retaining approx. 94% factory blue. Barrel assembly is a slightly bluer color than the rest of the pistol, which is more of a blue/black. Knackering to finish at the forward right side of barrel assembly. Grips with light to just moderate flattening to checks. Good action, bright bore. Est.: $800-$1,100. (C&R/PPT)


Lot#: 62456342

Browning A-Bolt II Bolt Action Rifle, #11030MY351, .300 WSM cal., 23'' barrel, matte blue finish, one-piece oil-finished walnut stock checkered at the wrist and forend, with slight right-hand palm swell, Monte Carlo cheekpiece, solid black rubber Browning recoil pad and sling swivel studs. Rifle features a tang-mounted safety, mfg'd without sights. Top of receiver is drilled and tapped for a scope mount. Mfg'd 2002. Condition is excellent retaining approx. 99%+ factory metal finish, which is like new. Factory lettering is crisp. Stock is also excellent, with a few light scuffs and small scratches, the most noticeable on edge of cheekpiece and bottom of forend near front swivel stud; checkering is sharp. Action is smooth, bore is mirror bright with sharp rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern)


Lot#: 62456463

Kimber Compact Stainless Semi-Automatic Pistol, #KC10096, .45 ACP cal., 4'' barrel, matte stainless finish, checkered double diamond hardwood grips, blade front and square-notched rear sight, skeletonized hammer and trigger, with unmarked stainless steel magazine. In original black plastic case with matching numbered end label and owner's manual. Condition is excellent showing only normal signs of light handling and use. Grips are like new. Factory lettering is crisp. Smooth action, bright bore with excellent rifling. Est.: $700-$900. (Modern/PPT)


Lot#: 62456584