Important Firearms & Collectors Auction Session II

Auction in 1740 W. La Veta Ave., Orange California, United States

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May 22nd, 2013

Important Firearms & Collectors Auction Session II

Auction in 1740 W. La Veta Ave., Orange California, United States

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Colt Single Action Army revolver in .44-40 caliber, with 4 ¾” etched barre
Item number: 16318786 | Colt Single Action Army revolver in .44-40 caliber, with 4 ¾” etched barrel, blue and case hardened finish, varnished wood grips, serial number 122911. This Colt remains in original very good plus condition showing approximately 50% plus original blue and case hardened finish with sharp edges and good markings. The etched panel is fully visible though slightly light. This Colt has a very nice appearance with the losses of finish occurring at the high points and edges from normal carry and use. The two line barrel address is sharp and crisp and patent dates are also very legible on left side of frame. There is some very bright blue and case hardening visible in protected areas. The grips retain 50% to 70% original varnish and fit impeccably with just minor marks and normal aging. The front sight is nearly its full height and shows bright original blue. The hammer shows 50% to 70% case hardening. All matching serial numbers, good action, good bore, very good overall and completely untouched. Etched barrel single actions with 4 ¾” length are difficult to find with


Colt 1851 Navy revolver London series with scarce brass trigger guard and
Item number: 16318787 | Colt 1851 Navy revolver London series with scarce brass trigger guard and original oak case. This .36 caliber percussion Navy shows London barrel address with British proofs, large brass trigger guard and is serial numbered 42694. The barrel shows 75% to 85% original bright blue thinning at the edges with some minor scratches and just normal aging, the metal is sharp and the markings crisp. The front sight is an old handmade brass replacement. The cylinder shows most of its original well-defined cylinder scene with sharp engagement dates. The cylinder shows traces of original blue and is crisp with a nice patina. The frame, hammer and loading lever show 50% to 70% case hardening which is aging naturally with some bright areas of rainbow colors. The backstrap and trigger guard show 20% to 40% darkened silver plate with the balance going to a natural brass patina. The varnished wood grips are very good plus to near fine with 75% to 85% original varnish and just slight edge wear. All matching visible serial numbers. The action is frozen. The Navy is contained


Mid-eastern helmet from area near what is now Iran in turban style dating
Item number: 16318788 | Mid-eastern helmet from area near what is now Iran in turban style dating to 16th or 17th century. The body of the helmet shows quality forging and a high degree of craftsmanship in its construction by an armorer. The rim of the helmet shows deep engraved writing which may be a prayer or names. An old collection or museum tag is attached and is numbered 52 . The helmet measures approximately 13 3/4” from tips to end and 8 ½” across the bowl. The condition is very good with normal pitting and aging. Est.: $4,000-$8,000.


Swiss 1 ½ hand sword circa mid-16th century showing armorers mark on blade
Item number: 16318789 | Swiss 1 ½ hand sword circa mid-16th century showing armorers mark on blade and remaining in good to very good original condition. The sword measures 42 ½” overall with 34 ¾” blade which is almost one and ¾” wide at widest part of blade. The sword is nicely foraged with well-cut blood grooves and finely shaped by armorer. There is a makers mark near the hilt. The grip a shrunken leather over cord and looks to be of the period and shows good age. The hilt and pommel are undisturbed and all the pieces are matching. There is some light to moderate erosion and surface pitting all of which is minor. The pommel and guard show similar turning. A far above average early amoral sword that is genuine to the period. Est.: $5,000-$10,000


Siege weight bassinet skull from 15th to early 16th century, European clos
Item number: 16318790 | Siege weight bassinet skull from 15th to early 16th century, European closed helmet showing high quality forging by armorer. The comb is nicely formed and shaped and shows a serrated decoration. The helmet shows very thick forged metal plates and the bowl is made in 2 pieces seemed at the center. There are brass studs as decoration around the back edge and the rim is decorated to match the comb. There is a plume holder affixed to the rear of the helmet and the interior shows very early forging and handwork. The helmet weighs approximately 10+ pounds. The front portion of this helmet shows drilled holes where there was a face piece or visor was attached. Absolutely authentic to the mid-15th or very early 16th century. Est.: $6,000-$12,000.


Stephen Grant & Sons Best Quality London full side lock, double barrel SxS
Item number: 16318791 | Stephen Grant & Sons Best Quality London full side lock, double barrel SxS shotgun with side release lever in 12 gauge, serial number 6957 (2) indicating one of a pair originally. The gun is cased in and leather covered oak case. The label reads, “Atkin, Grant and Lang Limited” on first line, along with “The Names of Henry Atkin, F. Beesley, Stephen Grant & Sons, Harrison and Hussey, Charles Hellis & Sons, Charles Lancaster & Co., Joseph Lange & Sons, Watson Brothers” who all associated and worked together at 7 Bury Street St. James London when the depression hit. The gun shows 28” barrels with double triggers and auto-ejectors. The bottom of the barrels on water table are nitro proved for 2 ½” shells and show 3 ton proof on each barrel along with right barrel being choked .05 for improved cylinder and left barrel being choked .20 for modified. The barrels show 90% to 95% original blue with good sharp markings and edges with wall thickness measuring .35 right and .38 left. The frame and lock plates are beautifully and profusely banknote scroll engraved and the


Lot of 2 gold rush era leather flap holsters, one appears to fit a Colt ’4
Item number: 16318792 | Lot of 2 gold rush era leather flap holsters, one appears to fit a Colt ’49 Pocket Model revolver and is in overall good condition with a round brass securing button and two vents in the body for the end flap to pass thru; the other appears to fit a Colt Root Model revolver and is in very good condition. Est.: $200-$400.


Pair of antique cap Pistols with their original holster rig. Pistols are
Item number: 16318793 | Pair of antique cap Pistols with their original holster rig. Pistols are marked Wild Bill Hickok and show fancy ornamentation. The condition is very good plus and six red display bullets are included in the belt. Est.: $200-$400


Tin sign which reads, “Wells ,Fargo and Co., Bankers and Express Forwarder
Item number: 16318794 | Tin sign which reads, “Wells ,Fargo and Co., Bankers and Express Forwarders”. Hand-painted with stencil showing age. The sign is rusty with a bullet hole. Measures approximately 12” x 24”. Est.: $150-$300


Remington Model 1890 single action revolver in .44-40 caliber with scarce
Item number: 16318795 | Remington Model 1890 single action revolver in .44-40 caliber with scarce factory 5 ¾” barrel, blue finish, hard rubber grips, in near fine original condition, serial number 337. This Remington shows short left-handed address which reads Remington Arms Company Ilion, New York. Also this revolver is factory fitted with a lanyard ring. The revolver retains approximately 75% to 85% original blue which is still bright and just some minor drifting and beginning age. The edges are crisp and sharp. The barrel address and caliber markings on left side of frame are also very crisp. The grips are sharp with just slight loss of black color. The German silver front sight is unaltered. The hammer retains 90% plus original fiery case hardening. The action is crisp, the bore is bright. It would be difficult to improve on this model 1890 which are seldom found with high percentage of blue. Est.: $7,500-$15,000


Original oil painting signed M. Billings and dated 1862 showing two sister
Item number: 16318796 | Original oil painting signed M. Billings and dated 1862 showing two sisters in classic Civil War era ladies dress. Moses Billings was born in 1809 in Amherst, New Hampshire and moved to Erie, Pennsylvania in 1829. He was also known to work in Cleveland for a short time in about 1833. He was well-known for being a able to capture a likeness in a portrait and he painted John Quincy Adams and Dolly Madison. The canvas is in near fine original condition and remains in a beautiful patina. The frame is ornate and in very good plus condition and is very probably the original. The identity of the lovely young ladies is unknown but bound to be from prominent Erie family. Provenance Sotheby’s New York. Est.: $6,000-$12,000.


Smith & Wesson 1st Model American single action revolver in .44 S&W calibe
Item number: 16318797 | Smith & Wesson 1st Model American single action revolver in .44 S&W caliber in fine to excellent condition, nickel plated with period ivory grips. The revolver shows 90% to 95% of a factory nickel plated finish with a slight area of peeling by the muzzle and some pitting just starting. The nickel is aging slightly with minor losses and scratches. The barrel address is razor-sharp and the edges are very crisp. The hammer and trigger guard show 50% to 70% case hardening and the release latch and ejector latch show considerable original blue finish. There is a star on the bottom of the ejector rod housing which may indicate a return to the factory and the serial number on the butt and cylinder have been punched out. There is a number 811 on the frame beneath the left grip and the ivory grips are in near fine condition also they fit impeccably. The ejector shows most of its original blue and the bore is very good plus and may clean to excellent. A sharp, crisp and good-looking American that may have been factory refinished but shows no evidence of polishing


Rare experimental Luger pistol by Krieghoff with dural (lightweight alloy)
Item number: 16318798 | Rare experimental Luger pistol by Krieghoff with dural (lightweight alloy) frame, 9mm cal. Serial #890 presented by Heinrich Krieghoff to our consigners father in the early 1960’s and featured in Aut Magazine, the official news magazine of the national automatic pistol collectors association. A letter from our consigner which was featured in the magazine tells of his father’s collecting and traveling to Germany to meet Mr. Krieghoff. The article states Krieghoff was experimenting with alloys for a strong and light weight frame. A friendship developed between this American collector and Krieghoff and the pistol was presented as a gift. The bottom of the frame shows Luftwaffe proof, the barrel shows acceptance marks. The right side of the barrel at breech shows an eagle # 2 proof which is also on right side of frame and breech of barrel. There is a star proof by the eagle on the breech. The toggle is unmarked and the clip shows Krieghoff eagle #2 proof (clip is numbered 79) and is marked on body with eagle L proof and haenel marking. The steel parts


Original historic Republic of Texas document issued for pay due in the amo
Item number: 16318799 | Original historic Republic of Texas document issued for pay due in the amount of $127 to a member of Captain Jack Hays’s Spy Company, dated March 17th, 1854. The printed form is approx. 10” x 10-1/2” and is filled-in by hand, in ink script, noting that George Voss (deceased) is the subject of the claim for service in Capt. Hays Spy Company in 1842 and that the claim “is sufficiently authenticated to authorise (sp) the auditing of the same under the laws of the late Republic of Texas”, signed by the Comptroller and Auditor. The document is in overall very good condition showing some slight yellowing and folds, some slight edge fraying and a small edge tear at the top but nothing damaging to the content of this very rare piece of early Texas history. Accompanying information indicates that Johann George Andreas Voss was a survivor of the Goliad Massacre and later one of the Bexar prisoners in the Perote fortress. He was born on May 19, 1809 in Germany and came to San Antonio in 1835 to join the Texas Army but was seized by Mexican authorities and thrown in prison.


Authentic African tribal carving measuring approx. 40” in height by approx
Item number: 16318694 | Authentic African tribal carving measuring approx. 40” in height by approx. 11” wide at widest point showing African elder with children. An exceptional carving with good age. From the Robert E. Petersen Estate. Est.; $750-$1,500


African tribal carving approx. measuring 35” mounted on base (not included
Item number: 16318695 | African tribal carving approx. measuring 35” mounted on base (not included in measure) approx. 10” thick. Pierced and hollowed out carving with figures of demonic bat figured men. Good carving shows some age. From the Robert E. Peterson Estate. Est.; $600-$1,200


Colt Pocket Positive DA revolver, .32 Police cal., 3-1/2” barrel, high pol
Item number: 16318696 | Colt Pocket Positive DA revolver, .32 Police cal., 3-1/2” barrel, high polish blue finish, checkered hard rubber grips, #113413. This beautiful little gem is in like new condition showing little handling; a minty piece! Est.: $400-$800.


Colt Official Police DA revolver, .22LR cal., 6” barrel, blue finish, chec
Item number: 16318697 | Colt Official Police DA revolver, .22LR cal., 6” barrel, blue finish, checkered wood grained plastic medallion grips, #39462, in factory brown cardboard box with end label describing this gun and numbered to this gun which is in overall like new condition showing little handling and just a slight hint of a drag line at time of description. The box is fair to good with tape repair around the edge of the lid, some scuffing but majority of label good and interior overall good. Est.: $500-$1,000.


Remington .41 rimfire caliber over and under Derringer with one line block
Item number: 16318698 | Remington .41 rimfire caliber over and under Derringer with one line block letter address reading Remington arms Co. Ilion,N.Y. The Derringer remains in original very good plus to near fine condition retaining approximately 90% to 95% original nickel that is drifting and peeling at the muzzle. The hammer ,ejector, and small parts show considerable original blue. The grips are very good plus. The hinge is sound with no cracks. The bores are dark and show some erosion and pitting. The bottom barrel shows serial number 902. A nice Remington Derringer is that is completely uncleaned with no polishing. Est.: $500-$1,000.


Remington .41 caliber over and under Derringer with single-line block let
Item number: 16318699 | Remington .41 caliber over and under Derringer with single-line block letter address serial number 318. The Derringer shows 10% to 20% original blue mixing with a natural gray brown patina finish. The edges are crisp and the markings are sharp. The Derringer shows an original to the period pair of ivory grips which have great character. The grips show yellowing and cracking from natural age. The hinge shows a crack on left side and the bores are slightly rough. Est.: $500-$1,000.


W. W. Greener double barrel side-by-side 12 gauge shotgun in grade G with
Item number: 16319100 | W. W. Greener double barrel side-by-side 12 gauge shotgun in grade G with ejectors, serial number 45402. The shotgun shows 30 1/8 inch barrels is 46 ½ inches over all. The right barrel is choked .35 for full and left barrel choked .35 for full also. Bores measure .730 right .732 left. The wall thickness measures .28 right barrel and .35 left barrel. The stock measures 14 ¼ inches to the end of the pad 13 and nearly ½ inches to the end of wood. There is a 2 ½ inch drop at the heel and 1 7/8 inch drop at the comb with no cast. The barrels show 50% to 70% original finish with some slight drifting at the edges some minor scratches the frame shows 50% to 70% case hardening going slightly dull. The trigger guard shows 30% to 50% drifting original blue. The stocks are good with very nice burl wood and fairly crisp checkering. The stocks show about 30% to 50% of their finish with some minor scratches and normal use. The gun locks up tight and the bores are bright. Est. $1250-$2500


Colt Model 1878 double action frontier revolver in .45 long colt caliber,
Item number: 16319101 | Colt Model 1878 double action frontier revolver in .45 long colt caliber, 7 ½” barrel, blue finish, hard rubber grips, shipped to Hibbard, Spencer and Bartlett, Chicago, Illinois on August 6, 1895 2 guns in shipment serial number 34634 with factory letter. This Colt remains in original good to very good condition showing 40% to 60% original blue mixing in with a browning patina. There is some scattered light to moderate erosion and pinprick pitting. The markings are fairly sharp and all visible. The front sight is in its full original dimensions. The hard rubber grips fit well and are good other than one large chip from rear of right grip. The action works well and the bore is at least very good and still bright. A strong 7 ½ on 1 to 10 scale. Est.: $1,250-$2,500.


Scarce Colt/Cherry’s Sporting Goods commemorative two gun set marked 1923
Item number: 16319102 | Scarce Colt/Cherry’s Sporting Goods commemorative two gun set marked 1923 – 1984 factory gold plated, .45 caliber long Colt with 4 ¾” barrel and .22 caliber scout both numbered 51 in the series. #REC51 & #EPC51.The pair are mounted with fancy woodgrain grips with gold medallions and retain all their original gold finish with no evidence of firing or use just some very slight handling and minimal oxidation with a couple of minor scratches. The pair are contained within their original deluxe presentation display case. Knowledgeable collectors estimate about 100 produced and seldom seen. Est.: $1,400-$2,800


Colt Single Action Army revolver in .38-40 caliber, 5 ½” barrel, re- nicke
Item number: 16319103 | Colt Single Action Army revolver in .38-40 caliber, 5 ½” barrel, re- nickeled finish, custom scrimshawed and smooth horn grips with portrait of steer on left and word Texas with star on right. The pistol was originally shipped blue and re-nickeled long ago probably when the grips were added. This Colt originally shipped to Jensen, King, Byrd & Company, Spokane, Washington, March 27, 1907 with 1 gun in shipment, serial number 290930. The revolver shows 90% to 95% of an old re-nickeled finish with some evidence of polishing and generally good barrel address and markings. Areas where the nickel is lost have gone to a dark patina and there is a little bit of peel and pits on the hammer and muzzle. The grips are very well made and nicely fitted. The grips have been smoothed before the well cut scrimshaw was applied on left and right sides. The action is very good and tight, the bore is near excellent and all visible matching serial numbers. The pistol is nicely displayed in a custom display case which is in fine condition and of modern manufacture. Est.: $1400 to $2800


Pair of George Washington silver mounted flintlock pistols authorized by T
Item number: 16319105 | Pair of George Washington silver mounted flintlock pistols authorized by The US Historical Society in their original presentation display case with special plaque on the interior of lid showing owner Michael A. Wayne and originally sold by Littlejohn’s Antique Arms Inc. for his estate on November 15, 2003. Michael Wayne was the son of John Wayne and produced many of the Bat Jac Productions including the Alamo and the majority of the subsequent major movie productions. Michael Wayne was an avid collector and supporter of children’s hospitals, charities, patriotic organizations and the NRA. We were proud to handle his estate as he like his father he was a true and good American. Est.: $1250-$2500


Savage Model 99 lever action rifle, .300 Sav. cal., 22” round barrel, blue
Item number: 16319106 | Savage Model 99 lever action rifle, .300 Sav. cal., 22” round barrel, blue finish, checkered wood stock, leather sling, scope mounts on top of receiver, case counter, cocking indicator, #347123. This gun is in overall very good condition showing considerable muted original finish, very good bore, action and markings, good wood with scattered old mars and scratches from carry and storage; deteriorated hard rubber butt pad that needs to be replaced. Est.: $175-$350.


Colt New Pocket DA revolver, .32 S&W cal., 3-1/2” barrel, blue finish, che
Item number: 16319107 | Colt New Pocket DA revolver, .32 S&W cal., 3-1/2” barrel, blue finish, checkered hard rubber grips, #25847. This gun is in overall fair condition showing an old cleaning to metal surfaces, fair action, markings and bore, left grip is overall good with a couple small toe losses, right grip has a couple larger losses. Est.: $150-$300.


Spanish Mauser bolt-action carbine, dated 1913, 7mm cal., 18” barrel, blue
Item number: 16319108 | Spanish Mauser bolt-action carbine, dated 1913, 7mm cal., 18” barrel, blue finish, wood stock, #3533. This gun is in overall good condition showing muted military finish, good bore, action and markings; stock is overall good with scattered mars and scratches from carry and storage plus wood fill-in piece to where a mount once was behind the trigger guard; floor plate and trigger guard numbered 4662. Est.: $150-$300.


Spear point Bowie knife marked “James West, Lord St.” and “DCL”, approx. 9
Item number: 16319109 | Spear point Bowie knife marked “James West, Lord St.” and “DCL”, approx. 9” overall with a 5” blade, horn grip with inlaid pearl design on one side and leather sheath missing tip. Knife is in fair condition with heavy patina, some inlay missing and some worm damage; sheath is well-worn and retains metal throat. Est.: $150-$300.


Star tobacco company plug cutter showing old black paint and fancy pinstri
Item number: 16319110 | Star tobacco company plug cutter showing old black paint and fancy pinstriping. The condition is very good overall and the paint is old but possibly repainted 100 years ago or so. These plug cutters were a staple at general stores where the consumer shopped for raw tobacco. Tin advertising sign for Star Tobacco measures approximately 12” x 23 1/2”. An antique prewar sign on thin tin. Est.: $200-$400.


Lot of two old Western era ropes. Number one is a braided leather Riata ap
Item number: 16319111 | Lot of two old Western era ropes. Number one is a braided leather Riata approximately 12 feet in length made pre 1900 with Hondo showing use and normal aging. Number two is a approximately 10 foot woven rope with Hondo approximately 50 years old or older. Est.: $200-$400.


Cast metal dealers display for small frame revolvers showing name of Harri
Item number: 16319112 | Cast metal dealers display for small frame revolvers showing name of Harrington & Richardson Arms Company. The fancy display holds six small frame revolvers. The display measures 9 1/8” in height by 7” across base. Great for displaying any small gun. Est.: $200-$400.


Lot of three old knives. Number one is an elephant toe style marked Catara
Item number: 16319113 | Lot of three old knives. Number one is an elephant toe style marked Cataraugus with stag grips in fair condition showing normal aging and slight sharpening. Number two is a small German style hunting knife with stag grip. Number three is a Remington marked knife with bone grip showing some polishing in fair condition with two blades and some wear to grip. Est.: $100-$300.


Lot of 16 misc. boxes of ammo, mostly collector, some full, others partial
Item number: 16319114 | Lot of 16 misc. boxes of ammo, mostly collector, some full, others partials, some brass only; makers include Peters, Western, Winchester, Remington, Federal and Remington-UMC in calibers .30-30, .250-3000, .38-55, .32 WS, .303 Savage, .22 long RF, .43 Spanish; also 12 gauge and 20 gauge; boxes in fair to very good condition; as a bonus with this lot is a socket bayonet with metal scabbard with overall good scabbard and heavily pitting but uncleaned bayonet. Est.: $175-$350.


Egyptian-marked rolling block single shot rifle, .43 or 11mm cal., 35” bar
Item number: 16319115 | Egyptian-marked rolling block single shot rifle, .43 or 11mm cal., 35” barrel with bayonet lug and cleaning rod, wood stocks, sling swivels, #NVSN. This gun is in overall fair to good condition with Egyptian markings on barrel at breech and left side of receiver, good bore and action, wood is overall good with scattered wear, mars and some old edge losses. Est.: $150-$300.


Large Old West skinner’s knife , Sheffield-marked, approx. 20” overall wit
Item number: 16319116 | Large Old West skinner’s knife , Sheffield-marked, approx. 20” overall with a massive 14” blade showing a heavy dark brown patina and well-worn three-pinned stag handle; would go great with a Sharps rifle or buffalo hunter’s display. Est.: $150-$300.


Austrian saber with metal scabbard in overall good condition showing scatt
Item number: 16319117 | Austrian saber with metal scabbard in overall good condition showing scattered spots of erosion on unmarked blade, “D” type guard, wire wrapped wood grip; scabbard shows scattered toning and areas of erosion, some old denting and spots of old pitting. Est.: $100-$300.


Spanish sword and metal scabbard in uncleaned original condition; wood gri
Item number: 16319118 | Spanish sword and metal scabbard in uncleaned original condition; wood grip, open semi-basket guard, blade in very good condition with minor loss of finish along portion of edge; scabbard shows remnants of nickel finish with balance a heavy brown patina/scattered areas of erosion. Est.: $100-$300.


Remington Improved Model 6 single shot rifle, .22 short, long or long rifl
Item number: 16319119 | Remington Improved Model 6 single shot rifle, .22 short, long or long rifle cal., 24” round barrel, blue finish, wood stocks, #503465. This gun is in overall good condition showing a brown patina with traces of muted blue finish, fair bore, good action and markings, good wood and steel butt plate. Est.: $125-$250.


Antique double-barreled exposed hammer side-by-side shotgun with locks mar
Item number: 16319120 | Antique double-barreled exposed hammer side-by-side shotgun with locks marked Richard and barrels marked Belgium fine Damascus finish. This 12 gauge B.P. shotgun has been reduced to 24 inch barrels and is now 41 ¼ inches over all. The metal surfaces show a light gray to brown patina finish with minor pitting and erosion. The stocks were nicely carved and show breaks at the wrist and refinishing. A modern sling with quick detachable sling swivels is included. The action is good, the bore is rough, was used in reenactments with blanks and the bores are rough. #14277. Est.: $100-$200.


Stevens New Model Pocket Rifle in .22 caliber rimfire with 8” barrel, cut
Item number: 16319121 | Stevens New Model Pocket Rifle in .22 caliber rimfire with 8” barrel, cut for shoulder stock, serial number 17503 made 1897-1898. The barrel shows 20% to 30% original blue that is evenly drifting intoning with some scattered light to moderate erosion and pitting but the barrel address is good. The rear sight is a handmade old replacement that has been put into the rear dovetail where it was enlarged. The frame shows traces of nickel drifted to brown patina with some erosion and pitting. The grips are fair to good with even wear. The bore is rough and the action locks tight. Est.: $125-$250


Fine quality Eastern European Wheelock fowling piece with ornate brass, pe
Item number: 16319000 | Fine quality Eastern European Wheelock fowling piece with ornate brass, pearl and dyed bone inlay circa 17th-century. The gun measures 44” overall with 34” barrel of nearly 1” smoothbore. The lock is nicely engraved with floral and game scenes. The stock shows brass wire along with brass plaques that are engraved matching to the engraving on the lock plate. The inlays and the stock are in very good condition for their age with 95% plus original inlays remaining just some small losses of wire and a couple of minor replacements of inlay. The stock has been coated with a clear lacquer long ago as was the tradition of old collectors and the interior of the lock is complete with all of its small parts. The lock shows brass ornaments and the metal has a deep patina with a small area of slight cleaning at the breech area long ago where someone started to clean this nice patina and then stopped. The gun weighs about 7 pounds and actually points quite well. This is the largest bore and most ornate Wheelock of this type that we have catalogued. This type


Smith & Wesson 4th model double action revolver in .38 caliber showing a b
Item number: 16319122 | Smith & Wesson 4th model double action revolver in .38 caliber showing a brown patina finish, serial number 447299. The revolver shows 10% to 20% original blue finish mixed in with it’s brown patina and some scattered light to moderate erosion and pinprick pitting. The grips show wear from being carried. The markings on barrel are good and the action is working but not locking or timing correctly. The bore is rough and this little pocket revovler shows a lot of use. Est.: $125-$250.


Dazzling 10 karat white gold ladies designer style ring invisible and chan
Item number: 16319001 | Dazzling 10 karat white gold ladies designer style ring invisible and channel set with 62 princess and round blue and white diamonds weighing approx. 2.00 carats. Retail $2,000-$4,000 Estimate $1,500-$2,500 Very labor intensive.


Unmarked 1840 style heavy cavalry saber of type probably imported to US fr
Item number: 16319123 | Unmarked 1840 style heavy cavalry saber of type probably imported to US from Europe before Civil War. The blade remains in excellent condition. The scabbard shows some light to moderate pitting and erosion. The guard shows a light patina. The grip is in very good condition showing a single wire wrap with just slight normal aging and there are absolutely no markings what so ever on the sword and the scabbard is somewhat crude as it is made and is soldered together like a Confederate scabbard. Est.: $200-$400


Old reproduction Boyle and Gamble Civil War Confederate style officers swo
Item number: 16319124 | Old reproduction Boyle and Gamble Civil War Confederate style officers sword with scabbard showing artificial aging and well done replication. Probably House Of Swords. Est.: $100-$200.


Stevens-Pope .28 -.30 caliber single shot target rifle in very good plus t
Item number: 16319003 | Stevens-Pope .28 -.30 caliber single shot target rifle in very good plus to near fine original condition showing a 32” heavy octagon barrel that is marked Stevens – Pope, manufactured by the J. Stevens Arm and Tool Co., Chicopee Falls, Mass. USA. The barrel measures approximately 1 1/10” across the flats of muzzle and the muzzle is drilled for a bullet starter. The gun is numbered 4625 on the inside tang and shows double set triggers with fancy enlarged Pope type lever. The forend is mounted with a base for a palm rest which is not included and the tang is mounted with a veneer type sight. The stocks are fine quality with nice burled wood grain and show original checkering with a perch belly type target stock, rollover cheek piece and nickel plated butt plate. The barrel is mounted with later scoped blocks and the front sight is a target type in the original dovetail. The action is good and the bore is fine to near excellent. The frame is scrolled engraved in Stevens factory style. The frame retains 30% to 50% case hardening drifting to silver with some light colors. The barrel


Lot consisting of 2 barrels as described. Number 1 is a barrel for a 1897
Item number: 16319125 | Lot consisting of 2 barrels as described. Number 1 is a barrel for a 1897 Winchester in 12 gauge with full choke measuring 30” in good re-blued condition showing a fair to good bore . Number 2 is a heavy barrel in .243 threaded to marry and a 1903 Springfield action. The barrel measures 24” bore is excellent and has been used in a 1903 action. Weighs approximately 5 lbs. Est.:$100-$200.


Original Western action oil painting on canvas signed in lower left “Ace (
Item number: 16319004 | Original Western action oil painting on canvas signed in lower left “Ace (playing card) Powell”. This well-known Montana artist moved to the state when he was 1 year old and encouraged to paint as a youngster by Charlie Russell who knew his family. Ace loved the Black Foot Indians and went to school on their reservation and later he worked on the Bar X6 Ranch. After WWII he attended the University of Montana and began his career as an artist. The painting measuring approximately 24” x 32” and shows two Indians being chased by cowboys down a ravine (Probably Black Foot and possibly from history). Ace Powell’s work is desirable as he was a true working cowboy in the Charlie Russell tradition and a Montana favorite adopted son. Since his passing in 1978 his work has been on an upward trend in value. Est.: $5,000-$10,000.


Traditions black powder revolver made in Italy and copied from Remington .
Item number: 16319126 | Traditions black powder revolver made in Italy and copied from Remington .31 caliber percussion Remington Ryder type pocket with spur trigger. Brass frame. Fine to excellent condition in box showing minor use estimate $100-$200


Watercolor on paper backed by board signed lower right R. Lorenz, MIR-(o?
Item number: 16319005 | Watercolor on paper backed by board signed lower right R. Lorenz, MIR-(o? or a period). The watercolor remains in fair to good unclean condition in an old carved period frame. The painting needs cleaning and slight conservation. An examination report by noted conservator who works for major west coast museums, James R. Druseck states, “That the media is all the same, that it appears most likely to be watercolor, and that solubility tests discount the printing inks.” The image measures 18” x 28.5” showing 2 cowboys who just buried their amigo with his sad dog standing by his grave marker and is similar to a work by Richard Lorenz entitled “The Last Farewell” which sold recently at Christie’s for over $300,000. Artists often did more than one painting on the same subject or used different medias and this also may have been a study in watercolor before the oil also which is a common practice among artists. This particular watercolor was willed to a well-known Washington state Western and collectible dealer Evy Morgan by old-time collector James


NO LOT
Item number: 16319127 | NO LOT


Original oil painting on canvas backed on board signed Lower Ctr., Arthur
Item number: 16319006 | Original oil painting on canvas backed on board signed Lower Ctr., Arthur Fuller 1922. Arthur D. Fuller was born 1889 died 1966. He was educated at the Harvard University, the Fenway school of illustration in Boston and the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. This well-credentialed artist illustrated for The Saturday Evening Post at its Highpoint along with Colliers, Cosmopolitan, McCall’s and many other magazines. He was a member of the Animal Art Society, The Salmagundi Club, The Westport Artists and The Society of Illustrators in New York. This painting is titled on Kennedy galleries sticker on the reverse “Back Room of Bar” and shows their inventory and control numbers. The scene portrays a Western bar room and is nicely accomplished. Approximately 21 ¾” by 33 ¾”. Nicely framed. The estate of Robert Petersen. With that in the Lord Est.: $3,000- $6,000.


Leather mutton leg style shotgun case in overall very good condition. Est
Item number: 16319128 | Leather mutton leg style shotgun case in overall very good condition. Est.: $50-$150.


Original bronze casting of Hawk approximately 48”x 18” signed Douglas Van
Item number: 16319007 | Original bronze casting of Hawk approximately 48”x 18” signed Douglas Van Howd numbered 1/50 from the estate of Robert Petersen. Douglas Van Howd is one of the western United States' most prominent sculptors and was actively collected by Robert Petersen. His bronze of the Pony Express was displayed at the MGM Grand Reno and now The Grand Sierra Resort for nearly four decades. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.


Leather mutton leg style shotgun case in overall very good condition with
Item number: 16319129 | Leather mutton leg style shotgun case in overall very good condition with “J.B. Finnell, Pasadena, Calif.” stamped on side of case. Est.: $50-$100.


Pre-war Colt Match Target .22 caliber semi-automatic target pistol, serial
Item number: 16319008 | Pre-war Colt Match Target .22 caliber semi-automatic target pistol, serial number MT33 with factory letter documenting shipment to Capt. Charles Askins, El Paso, Texas, June 24, 1938 with one gun in shipment. A signed letter on National Rifle Association stationary from Capt. Charles Askins mentioning that he shot number MT33 in his early competitions along with another Match Target Woodsman which he sold to well-known arms collector Rex Applegate. He states that he did not remember who he sold this gun to or when. The letter is dated 2 of December with no year, addressed from San Antonio and hand signed by Askins. This subject Woodsman retains 50% to 70% original blue with some wear at the edges and losses at the muzzle and general use. The sights have been blackened to reduce glare and some of this painted solution has gotten onto the barrel. The grips show some even edge wear but are good and the markings are good. The bore is bright and this Match Target shows early markings and features. A Colt .22 caliber clip is retained and is a two-tone but not


Custom one-of-a-kind 1874 Sharps exhibition grade rifle made by Dave Garma
Item number: 16319009 | Custom one-of-a-kind 1874 Sharps exhibition grade rifle made by Dave Garman former owner of Arcadia Sharps and considered his finest work. The rifle it is caliber in .45-120 caliber and is serial numbered custom 1. The rifle shows a 34” heavyweight octagon barrel is 50 ½” overall and weighs approximately 12.5 lbs . The receiver and lock are scroll and panel engraved showing a portrait of Buffalo on right side and elk on left. The rifle shows Sharps Rifle Company style markings and is finally finished in an antique blue and color case hardening. The gun is stocked in select walnut with pistol grip in Sharps antique style showing a Hartford type pewter forend cap. The butt shows a milled steel Sharps style butt plate and the barrel is marked with Old Reliable and Sharps style antiqued markings. The tang is mounted with a long-range veneer style tang sight and a spirit level target grade front sight. The condition is fine to excellent and shows virtually no use just test fire, 99% to mint. Estimate cost of replacement $10,000-$12,000 on today’s


Luggage style semi-hard case with compartments for a shotgun, approx. 31”
Item number: 16319130 | Luggage style semi-hard case with compartments for a shotgun, approx. 31” long x 8-1/2” wide x 3” deep in overall very good condition. Est.: $25-$50.


Cartridge box for rifle ammo in stripper clips (probably 7 mm) marked Mont
Item number: 16319131 | Cartridge box for rifle ammo in stripper clips (probably 7 mm) marked Montevideo with other writing that is not legible and numbers. Fair to good condition. Est.: $15-$30


Colt Single Action Army revolver, sheriff’s model, .45 caliber, 2” barrel,
Item number: 16319010 | Colt Single Action Army revolver, sheriff’s model, .45 caliber, 2” barrel, fully and finely inlaid with gold inlay, signed by Ken Hurst. Screwless ivory grips, serial #113SE2. The revolver shows flush gold inlays with scales of justice on left recoil shield, silver inlaid sheriff’s star on loading gate, hangman’s noose inlaid in silver on backstrap, line gold borders. The balance nicely engraved in foliate scroll and full blue finished. The revolver shows 99% blue, finished at time of engraving. Pistol shows no evidence of use or firing, just slight handling. Also the revolver shows blackpowder type frame with screw and blackpowder patent dates. Ken Hurst is a well recognized master engraver who has worked for the factory and outside contract commissions. Very nicely decorated and ornamented Colt Single Action with great Western motifs. Est: $4,000 - 8000


Flap holster for .45 Colt auto with large embossed US and marked on back g
Item number: 16319132 | Flap holster for .45 Colt auto with large embossed US and marked on back great and Grafton and Knight company 1943. The front of the holster has been dyed black. The inside of the holster is penned in ink Ragan and A F LT. The condition is fair. Est.: $30-$60


Sharps Borchardt short range target rifle in .40 -50 caliber or 40 1 7/8
Item number: 16319011 | Sharps Borchardt short range target rifle in .40 -50 caliber or 40 1 7/8” serial number 17540. The rifle shows a 26” heavy round barrel and is mounted with a period tang sight and later spirit level front sight with adjustable windage. The top flats of the barrel also shows four small holes filled with screws for scope mounts. The barrel shows 85% to 95% original blue that is toning and aging nicely and the markings are sharp with crisp edges. The frame shows 75% to 85% case hardening with some good rainbow colors just starting to age and drift slightly. The stock is very good plus with good sharp checkering, some minor scratches and normal wear. The original hard rubber butt plate is retained and the action is good and the bore is bright with crisp rifling. One of only 153 made refer sellers “Sharps Firearms” page 275. From the estate of well-known local collector and shooter John Goodlad. Est.: $3,500-$7,000.


Lot of approx. 10 general information books including books and magazines
Item number: 16319133 | Lot of approx. 10 general information books including books and magazines on small arms, soldiers, Jedediah Smith, etc. Est.: $75-$125.


Winchester Model 1873 special order rifle .38-40 caliber with 26” round ba
Item number: 16319012 | Winchester Model 1873 special order rifle .38-40 caliber with 26” round barrel, with button magazine, blue and case hardened finish, shotgun butt with factory tang sight by Winchester, serial number 129961A. The barrel shows 75% to 85% original blue that is nicely aging with some minor erosion and pinprick pitting just starting. The barrel address is sharp and clear and there is some very bright blue where protected. The frame shows 50% to 70% original case hardening that is drifting to silver at the edges with some very good areas of very good rainbow colors showing nicely. The forend cap shows 30% to 50% case hardening. The varnished stocks are very good showing 50% to 70% varnish on the butt stock and some slight oil staining on the forend. There are some minor scratches and storage marks. The dust cover and loading gate show 50% plus bright original blue and the rear sight also shows bright original blue. The sights are also original to the rifle. The wood to metal fit is excellent and the action is good. The bore is at least very good and still bright. Just the way collectors like to find them. Est.: $4,000-$8,000.


Lot of 4 hardback books on the Civil War. Est.: $50-$75.
Item number: 16319134 | Lot of 4 hardback books on the Civil War. Est.: $50-$75.


Daisy Red Ryder 70th anniversary (1986) commemorative BB gun in fine to ex
Item number: 16319015 | Daisy Red Ryder 70th anniversary (1986) commemorative BB gun in fine to excellent condition with wood container of BBs that is sealed and unopened commemorating the 125th anniversary of Daisy in 2011 and a tin of 750 BBs showing Red Ryder logo. The BB gun shows no use but a couple of small storage marks in the wood. Est.: $100-$200.


Buffalo Arms Co. William Malcolm ¾” 3X Long Rifle Scope, 17” long in like
Item number: 16319016 | Buffalo Arms Co. William Malcolm ¾” 3X Long Rifle Scope, 17” long in like new condition in factory cardboard box with fine optics and instructions. Est.: $75-$150.


U.S. Cavalry-marked Army & Navy brand leather razor strop in overall good
Item number: 16319017 | U.S. Cavalry-marked Army & Navy brand leather razor strop in overall good condition. Est.: $20-$40.


Marlin Ballard single shot falling block rifle finely period New York scro
Item number: 16319018 | Marlin Ballard single shot falling block rifle finely period New York scroll engraved in the style of LD Nimschke with H. M. Pope marked heavy barrel and custom target features, serial number 14301. The rifle is chambered in .22 long rifle and shows a 27 ½” heavy octagon barrel that measures 1 1/10” inches across the flats of the muzzle. The barrel is numbered 322 and dated 4 – 11 – 13 with a 16 over 0 marking beneath the forearm on bottom of the barrel. The rifle is mounted with a A5 Winchester scope. The forend is a replacement and a nicely grained wood that is checkered and of the target type. The butt stock is an old style with perch belly and mounted with a nickeled plated later butt plate. The hammer has been drilled and lightened and the double sit triggers have been honed and worked. The tang shows two tap holes and screws for tang sight which is missing. The frame is nicely engraved and shows a Buffalo on the left with a jumping stag on the right surrounded by 19th-century style scrolls. The lever shows an inset hard rubber panel. The barrel shows a brown patina


Marlin Ballard single shot rifle with custom target barrel marked Geo. C.
Item number: 16319019 | Marlin Ballard single shot rifle with custom target barrel marked Geo. C. Schoyen Denver, Colorado, frame serial number 8068. The frame shows original to the period scroll type engraving. The gun is chambered for .32-40 caliber and remains in good to very good condition showing 75% original blue on the barrel and the frame shows a dulled old nickel plate of which about 75% remains. The stocks are original Ballard and are later refinished and also the butt plate has been re-nickeled. The barrel has been mounted with 2 scoped blocks. A changeable aperture front sight in original front dovetail and a venier type tang sight is included. The lever shows inset wood panels and the rifle is mounted with double set triggers. The action is good and the bore is bright with sharp rifling. From the estate of well-known local shooter and collector John Goodlad. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.


Historic Spencer Springfield Armory conversion rifle, .50 cal., 32-1/2” ba
Item number: 16319020 | Historic Spencer Springfield Armory conversion rifle, .50 cal., 32-1/2” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, wood stocks with butt stock stamped on right side “K 10 CAV, No. 17”, #20915. This gun is in near mint condition as Arsenal re-finished showing the majority of its blue finish on the barrel and fiery case colors on the receiver, hammer, lockplate, loading lever, buttplate and fore end cap; fine bore, crisp action, barrel numbered to receiver, stabler cut-off, wood stocks fine with inspector’s cartouche on left side of butt stock behind saddle ring bar assembly and some scattered old mars from storage; sling swivels, iron cleaning rod. A striking Spencer from the 10th Cavalry who were the famous Buffalo Soldiers who fought the Indian Wars of the Western Frontier. Est.: $5,000-$10,000.


Colt Model 1860 Army percussion revolver, factory engraved, .44 cal., 8” b
Item number: 16319021 | Colt Model 1860 Army percussion revolver, factory engraved, .44 cal., 8” barrel, nickel finish, silver plated brass trigger guard, ivory grips, #140685. This gun is in overall very good + condition showing a pleasing grey/brown patina with slight traces of original nickel on the rammer, some scattered light spots of erosion, beautiful engraving with coverage on the frame, backstrap, trigger guard, barrel and rammer; approx. 50% original cylinder scene remaining, all matching visible numbers except the wedge, crisp action, very good markings, overall good bore, lovely mellow ivory grips with a well-done old repair to the left grip and classic ivory graining; butt strap tapped for lanyard ring; approx. 60% silver remaining on trigger guard. Est.: $4,000-$8,000.


Remington New Model pocket revolver converted from percussion to .32 cal.
Item number: 16319022 | Remington New Model pocket revolver converted from percussion to .32 cal. rimfire, fully and finely New York style scroll engraved, probably by L. D. Nimschke. The revolver shows 75-85% original silver that is uncleaned and unpolished and naturally aging where the finish has lifted. There is some minor erosion and beginning aging. The ivory grips are genuine to-the-period and fit perfectly, with a mellow patina. The markings are sharp, the action is crisp, condition is at least very good overall. The engraving is of exceptional quality and shows fine scrolls, geometrics and characteristic star accents on rear of frame. Est.: $4,000-$8,000


1873 Winchester First Model saddle ring carbine in .44-40 caliber showing
Item number: 16319023 | 1873 Winchester First Model saddle ring carbine in .44-40 caliber showing considerable original blue finish and remaining in very good plus to near fine original condition, serial number 12344. The barrel and magazine tube show 80% to 90% original blue with some losses on the edges and some nicks on the top of the barrel 1 to 2 inches behind the front sight. The barrel address is sharp and crisp. The barrel and frame show W.P. in circle (return to the factory proofs) with 44 W. C. F. marking which indicates a factory replacement barrel. The frame shows 75% to 85% original and bright blue with some losses at the edges, minor scratches and slight streaking. The hammer and loading lever show 60% to 70% case hardening going slightly light but is still colorful. The stocks are very crisp with excellent wood to metal fit and are at least very good plus. The butt plate shows traces of original color. The bands show considerable bright original finish. The rear sight and front sight are the early first model style. The dust cover shows 10% to 20%


Colt Burgess lever action repeating rifle in .44-40 caliber remaining in o
Item number: 16319024 | Colt Burgess lever action repeating rifle in .44-40 caliber remaining in original very good plus to near fine condition and showing an original to the period tang sight. This Colt is serial number 5711 and shows approximately 50% to 70% original blue on barrel and magazine tube that are aging nicely with slight drifting to patina, some minor areas of pinprick pitting and just normal age. The barrel address is sharp. The original to the period sights are retained on barrel. The frame shows 50% to 70% original blue and the balance drifted to patina with some minor scratches and normal aging. The left side of the frame shows a well defined rampant colt stamp. The forend and butt plate show traces of case hardening within a silvery gray patina. The stocks are very good plus with no cracks in the forend and just light normal handling and minor aging. The stocks are exceptional for Burgess. There is a cleaning Rod in the butt trap. The action is good, the bore is very good and still somewhat bright. A strong 8 on a 1 to 10 scale. Est.:$7,000-$14,000.


Colt SAA revolver, .44 Russian and S&W Special cal., 7-1/2” barrel, blue a
Item number: 16319025 | Colt SAA revolver, .44 Russian and S&W Special cal., 7-1/2” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, raised carved steerhead ivory grips, #354364 with factory letter indicating sale to Bolles Brendamour Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, shipped to Kruse Hardware Co., Cincinnati, Ohio on July 7, 1931 to Colt factory order #102280/1, one gun in shipment with remarks indicating subject revolver returned to factory on August 24, 1931 and subsequently shipped to H & D Folsom Arms Co. in New York on December 9, 1931. Additionally, accompanying this lot is a notarized letter dated August 23, 2003, from Adam K. Riggs, Jr. indicating he is the grandson of Frank C. Hoppe, founder of Hoppe’s #9 gun solvent and cleaning kits and that this gun was made specifically for Frank C. Hoppe by Frank’s wife, Ruth as a Christmas gift in 1931. Further, that the gun passed to Adam’s mother from Frank and then to him. The letter also states that Mr. Hoppe held many shooting records in his time and was a member of many shooting clubs in Philadelphia. This gun is in overall


Lot of 4 empty factory cardboard boxes for revolvers including a Colt Agen
Item number: 16319026 | Lot of 4 empty factory cardboard boxes for revolvers including a Colt Agent, A Colt Cobra, a Smith & Wesson Model 28 and a Charter Arms Model 1382, all in good condition. Est.: $25-$50.


Two volume set of hardback reference books by R.L. Wilson and L.D. Eberhar
Item number: 16319027 | Two volume set of hardback reference books by R.L. Wilson and L.D. Eberhart entitled “The Deringer in America”, both with dust jackets; Volume I covers the percussion period while Volume II discusses cartridge derringers. Est.: $100-$300.


Lot of soft cover catalogs and books back to the 1940’s; some scarce editi
Item number: 16319028 | Lot of soft cover catalogs and books back to the 1940’s; some scarce editions; great reference material! Est.: $100-$300.


Lot of two hardback reference books including “The Colt Heritage” by R. L.
Item number: 16319029 | Lot of two hardback reference books including “The Colt Heritage” by R. L. Wilson and “Colt Pistols, 1836-1976” by R.L. Wilson and R.E. Hable with slip case. Est.: $150-$300.


Winchester Model 1873 lever action rifle, .32 cal., 28” octagon barrel, bl
Item number: 16319030 | Winchester Model 1873 lever action rifle, .32 cal., 28” octagon barrel, blue and case hardened finish, wood stocks with checkered forend, button magazine, plain trigger, Lyman adjustable tang sight, flip-up gold front sight, #135110A. This gun is in overall very good to fine condition showing the majority of its original blue finish on the barrel with high point wear and a dime sized area of pitting on the bottom barrel flat at the muzzle; considerable original case colors on the receiver, hammer, loading lever and butt plate; crisp action and markings, very good to fine bore, forend shows full checkering with plain butt stock in very good to near fine condition displaying several scattered mars and scratches from storage; accompanied by factory letter confirming caliber, barrel type and length, trigger, sight, magazine, casehardening; received in the warehouse on July 23, 1884; repair and return on December 15, 1886; desirable longer barrel and case hardened frame. Est.: $5,000-$7,000.


Winchester Model 1876 lever action rifle, first model, .45-75 caliber, 28”
Item number: 16319031 | Winchester Model 1876 lever action rifle, first model, .45-75 caliber, 28” round barrel with fulll magazine, rifle butt, serial number 6858. The rifle remains in very good plus original condition showing 75% to 85% original blue on barrel and magazine tube. There is some slight thinning on the edges of the barrel and some just beginning light normal age. The barrel address is slightly light but fully visible. The front and rear sights are correct. The frame shows 60% to 80% thinning blue and the areas where the finish is lifted are going to an even patina. An original thumbprint dust cover is retained with traces of blue. The loading gate shows 75% to 85% original blue. The hammer and loading lever show considerable case hardening and some areas of colors within a patina. The stocks are at least very good with minor dings, mars, slight scratches and just normal aging. The forend shows a better than average almost select grain. The forend and butt plate show traces of muted case hardening within a silvery gray patina. The action is good and the bore is


Colt Lightning magazine repeating pump action baby carbine in .44-40 calib
Item number: 16319032 | Colt Lightning magazine repeating pump action baby carbine in .44-40 caliber, serial number 62696. This lightweight baby carbine remains in original very good plus condition with approximately 80% to 90% original blue on barrel and magazine tube drifting on the edges with some minor scratches and just normal aging starting to occur. The frame shows 50% to 70% original blue drifting on the edges and high points and areas where the finish have lifted have gone to a patina with some minor erosion and pinprick pitting. The left side of the frame shows a good clear Rampant Colt stamp. The carbine shows original rear sight and the front sight blade has been replaced into the original post during period of use. The stocks are very good with crisp checkering on the forend, some minor scratches, dings, mars and light cleaning. The wood to metal fit is very good. The markings are sharp the action is crisp. The bore is very good plus and still bright. The carbine has been mounted with an original to the period sling swivels. A very nice and completely authentic baby carbine. Est.:


Colt Model 1860 Army revolver, in .44 caliber percussion, US martially mar
Item number: 16319033 | Colt Model 1860 Army revolver, in .44 caliber percussion, US martially marked and inspected, remaining in very good plus original condition, serial number 130994. The barrel shows approximately 50% to 70% original blue drifting on the edges and forward areas of muzzle. There is some slight scattered erosion and pinprick pitting most of which is occurring on the left side of the barrel towards the forward 4” where the Colt would have been carried in a holster. The barrel address is very sharp. Front sight has been trimmed just slightly. The cylinder shows 70% to 80% light original cylinder scene with partially visible engagement dates. There is a trace of blue on the cylinder and the balance of the finish is drifting to a light patina with only minimal erosion and pinprick pitting. All 6 cylinder pins are retained. The frame, hammer and loading lever show 40% to 60% original case hardening evenly aging with some minor erosion, slight pitting but still some very good areas of rainbow colors just muting slightly. The back strap shows 20% to 30%


Winchester Model 1886 lever action rifle, .45-70 cal., 26” round barrel, b
Item number: 16319034 | Winchester Model 1886 lever action rifle, .45-70 cal., 26” round barrel, blue and case hardened finish, wood stocks, crescent butt plate, flip-up beeches front sight, ladder rear sight and spirit level sight positioned 2” in front of rear sight, #111313. This gun is in overall fine condition showing approx. 35% original blue on barrel and loading tube with balance gone to a plum brown hue and approx. 70% original muted case colors on receiver with balance gone to silvery tone; fine bore, crisp action, sharp markings, fine wood stocks. Est.: $4,000-$8,000.


Remington Model 1858 New Model .44 caliber percussion revolver with US mil
Item number: 16319035 | Remington Model 1858 New Model .44 caliber percussion revolver with US military inspections from Civil War era, serial number 123704. The revolver shows 50% to 70% original blue that is drifting and toning nicely with some scattered light to moderate erosion and pinprick pitting. The barrel address is sharp and fully legible. The front sight is also original. There is some very bright blue in protected areas. The revolver shows a full complement of inspection marks and a trace of cartouche on the left grip. The grips have been cleaned slightly and re-linseed oiled. The grips still fit quite nicely with a large chip at the left toe. The action is tight and well-timed. The hammer shows traces of case hardening. The bore is very good plus and still bright. Est.: $1,500 -$3,000.


Springfield Model 1863 type 2 rifled musket in fine to near excellent orig
Item number: 16319036 | Springfield Model 1863 type 2 rifled musket in fine to near excellent original condition. This .58 caliber musket shows sharp US and Springfield marking with crisp Eagle on center of lock and bolster. The barrel shows original bright finish just starting to tone and age slightly. The lock and hammer show 30% to 50% case hardening also beginning to age with no cleaning whatsoever. The stock is crisp with no losses along ramrod channel and the edges of the stock are also well defined. The bore is bright and near excellent. The nipple shows no evidence of firing and the rear sight shows considerable original finish. The stock was never cartouched and probably not issued. A buff leather sling is included and there is some slight staining and beginning pitting on the trigger guard and the only inspection mark is a P at the center of the trigger and barrel bands are marked U. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.


C. Sharps Big Timber, Montana Model 1874 sporting rifle in .45-70 caliber
Item number: 16319037 | C. Sharps Big Timber, Montana Model 1874 sporting rifle in .45-70 caliber showing factory upgraded wood. The rear tang sight is adjustable for windage and elevation could target type front sight double set triggers standard weight barrel the rifle remains in find to excellent condition 95 to 98% of its original finish starting to tone slightly and fine would showing a pronounced grain. The action is tight the bore is excellent. This rifle was made on custom order for noted competition shooter in collector John Goodlad consign from his estate est: $2,500-$5,000


Pennsylvania made flintlock Kentucky style rifle circa about 1810 to 1830s
Item number: 16319038 | Pennsylvania made flintlock Kentucky style rifle circa about 1810 to 1830s with no signature on barrel and H. Ashmore marked lock. The rifle shows a pierced patch box and good natural striped stock. The rifle shows characteristic silver moon inlay at the cheek piece and the lock plate is secured by 2 screws. The rifle measures 57” overall with 41 ½” barrel and is approximately .36 caliber deeply rifled. There is reinforcing brass on the bottom of the forend and the rear of the stock near the butt plate which is old but not original to the manufacture. Both sides of the forend show repairs and replacement of wood towards the front of the muzzle. The lock is a well done reconversion using original flintlock hammer and noticeable re-lining to touch hole. The wood has been lightly refinished. Refer “The Plains Rifle” by Hansen page 135. Est.: $2,500 -$5,000.


Late Wheelock hunting rifle signed in fancy script initials on lock possib
Item number: 16319039 | Late Wheelock hunting rifle signed in fancy script initials on lock possibly for one of Zellner family. The rifle measures 45 ½” overall with 31” barrel of approximately .58 caliber. The stock is nicely inlaid in the 19th century probably by Spitzer and the brass mounts show traces of original gold gilt and are nicely engraved. There is a beautiful stand of lock arms engraved upon a large plaque inlaid on the right side of stock. The inlays are 98% plus intact and we could find none missing. The stock is in very good condition with a light coating of spray clear lacquer and the metal surfaces show a light gray to brown patina with some scattered minor light to moderate pitting. The lock plate and hammer are lightly engraved and are in good condition. The lock shows an enclosed wheel of the late era. There is a number on the barrel which appears to be 91 or 97 and that may correspond with the date of Mfg. about 1691-1697. There is a wing screw for removing the lock plate on the left side plate. The interior of the lock is complete and the gun is at least very good


Colt single action army revolver, New Frontier series, .45 caliber, 7-1/2”
Item number: 16319040 | Colt single action army revolver, New Frontier series, .45 caliber, 7-1/2” barrel, engraved in flush-gold inlaid with gold plated straps and screwless ivory grips in Colt custom workshop case. Serial #03912NF. The pistol shows flush gold bands and borders on barrel. There is a portrait of an elk on top front of frame gold scroll borders, gold eagle by hammer screw with light background engraving showing pine trees and mountains. The right side of frame between the screws shows a roaring bobcat surrounded by engraved mountains and trees similar to left side. Each side of the top of the frame shows an arrow type of engraving. The straps are floral engraved and gold plated. The pistol shows nicely made ivory grips. The condition is fine to excellent as refinished at time of engraving. We are not familiar with the hand of this engraver and it may have been supplied through the Custom Gun Shop or possibly on custom order. Est: $2,000 - $4,000


Colt Single Action Army Revolver, .45 caliber 7-1/2” barrel, finely custom
Item number: 16319041 | Colt Single Action Army Revolver, .45 caliber 7-1/2” barrel, finely custom engraved in western scrolls, silver plated, showing 1880 YO Centennial 1980, a century of ranching in Texas roll died on barrel. R. L. Wilson on script, hand engraved on left side of barrel. Screwless ivory grips with silver inlay showing YO ranch bran, long horn cattle, and Texas around a Lone Star. Also Lone Star marking on triggerguard and other YO Markings. The triggerguard shows “OF” stamped in a circle, which is probably engraver’s signature. The front of the frame is stamped with a small “YO” brand and number “49”. The pistol shows 98-99% plus silver finish applied at time of engraving. The pistol is serial #7A13689, and is contained within a Colt custom workshop deluxe carrying case with brass handles on each side. The YO ranch was one of the most famous in Texas and Charlie Shriner in 1980 was one of the most recognized firearms collectors. Charlie consulted with R.L. Wilson on a small issue of YO ranch firearms and this is the only one this cataloger has viewed with Wilson’s name


Pair of Colt Single Action Army revolvers with 7 ½” barrels,custom engrave
Item number: 16319042 | Pair of Colt Single Action Army revolvers with 7 ½” barrels,custom engraved by Ernie Lyttle, silver plated, ebony grips with Buffalo head applied. One pistol is serial numbered 176995 made about 1896-97 and shows a good quality scroll engraved pattern similar to 19th century New York style. The pistol is .45 long Colt caliber and is nicely restored with good markings and sharp edges showing a quality restoration. The action is good the bore is bright and about 98% antiqued silver finish remains. The mate is serial number 296686 also in .45 long Colt caliber with silver plated finish matching New York style scroll engraving with antiqued silver plate which is toning nicely. This 2nd pistol also is restored very nicely and shows a good action and fine bore. In like condition. Both back straps are engraved “Be not afraid of any man”. A very attractive pair of first-generation single actions that would cost in excess of $10,000 to replicate at today’s prices. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.


Rare Weston miniature 1/3 scale model of a Colt Paterson Ehler’s pocket re
Item number: 16319043 | Rare Weston miniature 1/3 scale model of a Colt Paterson Ehler’s pocket revolver, blued finish, wood grips, in excellent condition. The miniature is well detailed and shows a loading lever and is cased in a velvet lined wood box with brass furniture and brass presentation plaque in lid; accessories include an extra cylinder, bullet mold, combination tool, cleaning rod, key to box, brass capper and brass charger. Formally Jerry Tralin’s collection sold by Little Johns in 2006 and this is the only pocket Ehlers Paterson by Weston in miniature we have ever cataloged. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.


Colt Woodsman pre-war .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol early production
Item number: 16319044 | Colt Woodsman pre-war .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol early production series, number 1468 made 1916. This pistol retains approximately 90% to 95% original bright blue and the right side of the slide is period engraved “Phil. B. Bekeart , April 7, 1916, from Col.. C.L.F. Robinson”. Philip B Bekeart was a major dealer located in San Francisco who had close relationship with Colt and he was the inventor of a holster stock accessory used with Colt firearms. Col. C. L. F. Robinson was a president of Colt near this time and several inscribed Colts are known to be presented to and from him. This Woodsman shows a hand machined clip which is engine turned with special hole on reverse side. Also the inside floor of slide and rails have been polished as the same process as the clip. A factory letter is not available at time of cataloging however we feel the inscription is genuine to the period and possibly by Colt for their president who may have given it to a major gun personality who had close dealings with Colt and Smith & Wesson both. The woodsman retains 90% to 95%


Colt Woodsman .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol with factory 6 ½” barrel s
Item number: 16319045 | Colt Woodsman .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol with factory 6 ½” barrel showing odd stud at rear of frame for attachment of shoulder stock. Serial number 820. Made in 1915 during 1st year of production. The pistol retains 90% to 95% original high polish early blue finish with some minor scratches, slight losses at the edges. The blue finish is very inky and still bright. The Colt shows early barrel address and rampant Colt marking on rear of slide. There is a Y proof at the rear of the trigger guard and the quality of the stock lug and matching blue finish lead us to believe it to be a factory experimental feature. The grips are in very good plus to near fine condition with just some slight edge wear. The action is tight and the bore is bright showing just normal use. A two-tone Colt marked clip is retained. From the collection of Joe Kiser former president of Colt Collectors Association and one of the Western United States most renowned old-time collectors. Est.: $1500-$3000


Watercolor on paper signed lower left David Hagerbaumer approximately 26”
Item number: 16319046 | Watercolor on paper signed lower left David Hagerbaumer approximately 26” x 19” from the estate of Robert Petersen. Showing a composition of mallards in the woods but not titled. This artist needs no introduction as he is at the top of American wildlife and water fowl artists and has won innumerable awards and acclaim internationally. Born in 1921 this artist has been in the forefront since the early 1950s. Est.: $2,000- $4,000.


Oil painting on board signed lower right Russ Johnson. This fine artwork s
Item number: 16319047 | Oil painting on board signed lower right Russ Johnson. This fine artwork shows Pintail Ducks rising off water and is very finely painted and detailed. Russ Johnson is one of our favorite on coming artists and his work is not yet been recognized for his full potential and value in our opinion. Est.: $600-$1,200.


Colt Wells Fargo variation of 1849 pocket model in .31 caliber percussion
Item number: 16319048 | Colt Wells Fargo variation of 1849 pocket model in .31 caliber percussion with factory 3” barrel and no provision for ramrod. Serial number 104254. The revolver remains in very good original condition with approximately 20% to 40% original blue and case hardening mixing with a patina finish. There is some minor erosion and pinprick pitting just starting. There are some nicks and mars on the right side of the barrel lug from removal of wedge. The cylinder shows 80% to 90% crisp original stagecoach scene. All matching visible serial numbers including wedge. The grips show 80% to 90% original varnish and are very good plus to near fine with very minor imperfections. The trigger guard and backstrap show 75% to 85% original silver that is darkening and uncleaned. The markings are sharp and edges are crisp, the bore is very good. A far better than average and original Wells Fargo variation. Est.: $3,500-$7,000.


Deluxe cased French style pepperbox pistol marked Mariette brevete showing
Item number: 16319049 | Deluxe cased French style pepperbox pistol marked Mariette brevete showing fluted ebony grips, satin or bright metal of finish, standard engraved type frame with 4 shots of approximately .38 caliber or 9 mm. The pepper box measures 8 ¼” overall with 3 ¼” barrel cluster remains in near fine condition showing some light cleaning and some just beginning areas of normal aging. The pistol is contained within a French fitted case with embossed fancy lid and original ebony and ivory accessories with combination tool and even an original key is in the compartment with a wax seal showing the original owners logo or crest. The interior of the box is in very good condition with just some normal aging and slight fading. The exterior of the box is extremely ornate and quite rare showing a black pearl overlay and brass plaque and wire inlays. The top of the box shows a fancy intertwined scrolled center inlaid plaque engraved with the initials A de R. The exterior of the box is in very good condition and is the prettiest exterior to a pepper box case we have ever seen and is also


Dumonthier double barrel knife pistol showing ornate cast silvered and bla
Item number: 16319050 | Dumonthier double barrel knife pistol showing ornate cast silvered and black accent grips in a rare small size with scabbard and rammer. The knife pistol measures 10 ½” overall with 6 ¼” blade and the percussion barrels are 3” of approximately .36 caliber. The blade is fancy etched in scroll motives with portraits of Cavaliers in armor matching in design to the scroll and cast figures on the grips. The grip is a cast silver or German silver with blackened background to simulate niello decoration. The figures are very well detailed with a French soldier on the left and knight in armor on right. The hammers and mechanism are of the Dumonthier style and the action works well. The pistol is in good condition with some minor pitting on the barrel’s. The etching on the blade nearly all intact and crisp. The grips are sharp and crisp. The scabbard is in very good condition and showing a hanging type loop and a combination cleaning and loading rod. A unique and deluxe knife pistol with truly beautiful grips which may well be one-of-a-kind. Est.: $3,500-$7,000.


Mitrailleuse 8mm extra short rim-fire Palm Squeezer, serial number 1, nick
Item number: 16319051 | Mitrailleuse 8mm extra short rim-fire Palm Squeezer, serial number 1, nickel plated with bank note scroll engraving and cigar type case. This Palm squeezer shows 90% to 95% original nickel just starting to tone and age nicely with some minimal pinprick pitting and erosion that is very minor. The serial number 1 is on the barrel near the breech is in the normal position. The frame is lightly scroll engraved. The actuator arm and small parts show most of their original finishes. The hard rubber grip is fine to excellent. The action works good and edges are sharp and markings are also very good. The action works well and the case shows the bugle marking with impressed makers mark M.F (manufacture Francaise) and also in very good plus to near fine condition. There is only one serial number 1 and this Palm Squeezer is from the premier French collector of squeezers. Est.: $3,500-$7,000.


Colt SAA revolver, extensively cattle brand engraved by Weldon Bledsoe, .4
Item number: 16319052 | Colt SAA revolver, extensively cattle brand engraved by Weldon Bledsoe, .45 cal., 7-1/2” barrel, nickel finish, raised carved ivory grips, #81471SA with white and brown cowhide soft boot. This gun is in overall fine to excellent condition showing extensive coverage of cattle brands with stippling background, fine bore, crisp action; grips are in fine condition and show beautifully accomplished raised vine design work on both grips; custom boot is in fine condition. From the Texas collection of Eddie Glover, Jr. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.


Springfield Model 1855 pistol carbine with original shoulder stock, .58 ca
Item number: 16319053 | Springfield Model 1855 pistol carbine with original shoulder stock, .58 caliber, 12” round barrel remaining in good to very good original condition. The metal surfaces show a light gray patina finish with some minor scattered pitting and erosion. The Springfield Eagle on primer door is fully visible and fairly crisp, the lock markings are very good and the rear of the lock shows the date of 1856. The tang area shows 1855 and the left side of the breech shows a clear VP and Eagle proof. The wood is good to very good with a couple of small losses, one large chip from left side of stock near band and no visible cartouche. The stock is marked US on the butt plate and is serial numbered 3 which is an assembly or batch number. The stock shows some dings and mars and is at least very good. The stock matches the condition of the pistol well. The ramrod and the small parts are all original. The rear sight is original. The pistol cocks and operates well. A strong 7+ on 1 to 10 scale. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.


Colt Lightning magazine repeating pump action rifle in .44-40 caliber show
Item number: 16319054 | Colt Lightning magazine repeating pump action rifle in .44-40 caliber showing S.F.P.D. number 396 on tang indicating use by San Francisco Police Department. Included with this lot is a pair of tower handcuffs also with San Francisco police markings. The rifle shows a 26” round barrel with full magazine and rifle butt. The rifle retains 90% to 95% original blue with some minor losses at edges and just beginning normal toning and age. There are some slight scratches and minor marks from storage. The barrel address is sharp and crisp and original sights are retained. The hammer shows 75% to 85% case hardening. The stocks are near fine with just a couple of minor storage bumps and scratches. The butt plate shows 75% plus original blue. The markings are sharp and the edges are crisp, the interior near excellent with a bright bore. A strong 9+ on 1 to 10 scale. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.


W. W. Greener 12 gauge Crown Grade G – 60 double barrel SxS shotgun, seria
Item number: 16319055 | W. W. Greener 12 gauge Crown Grade G – 60 double barrel SxS shotgun, serial number 55142. The gun shows 30 1/16” barrels and is 46” overall. The right barrel measures .08 and is choked for improved cylinder and left barrel is choked .18 and choked for modified with original 2 ¾” chambers. The stock measures 14” to the end of the hard rubber recoil pad and 13” to the end of the wood. The stock shows a slight cast off of ½” at the toe and ¼” at the heel.. The wall thickness measures .26 right and .30 left barrel. The barrels retain approximately 90% to 95% original blue slightly thinning and drifting at the edges with some minor scratches. The markings and engraving on the breech along with address and “Sir Joseph Whitworth fluid compressed steel” markings are very sharp and also Greener address of 66 Haymarket extremely sharp and crisp. The frame is beautifully engraved with chiseled fences and there is a gold inlaid crown on the release lever with gold letters safe. The engraving is fine banknote scroll with small vignettes of game scene. There is a vignette


Desirable Weston of Mexico City antique miniature Walker revolver numbered
Item number: 16319056 | Desirable Weston of Mexico City antique miniature Walker revolver numbered A company No.44 with raised carved American Eagle and shield grips in its original display case with accessories. The miniature is in fine to excellent condition showing directions in lid and just of minor handling. Weston is probably the most collected of all miniature makers and for the greater part began the rebirth of miniatures in the 1940s and 50s. Weston went out of business in the late 1960s and his miniature Colts are particularly sought after by collectors. This miniature Walker measures 6 ¼” overall and is a very desirable size along with the fact the carved grip models are very scarce with few produced. The condition is fine to excellent with some minor storage and handling. Est.: $3000-$6000


Colt 1862 Police Model percussion revolver, .36 cal., 4-1/2” barrel, nicke
Item number: 16319057 | Colt 1862 Police Model percussion revolver, .36 cal., 4-1/2” barrel, nickel finish, wood grips, #2342, inscription carved in grips “Presented to H.N. Rust by Lieut. Cooley, Antietam, Sept. 1862”; also accompanied by a black leather civilian flap holster, a brass powder flask with two compartments in bottom for lead bullets and an unmarked two position iron bullet mold (one round/one conical); all pieces together in a local collection since 1949 when purchased near Lariby Street in West Los Angeles, California (before Hollywood). The gun is in overall very good to fine condition showing the majority of what is likely a 19th century factory re-finish with fire blue treatment to screw heads, crisp action, good bore and very good grips; the holster is in overall good condition with some aging an slight cracking and great inked sentiment on inside of flap “Presented to H.N. Rust on the field of Antietam by Luiet (sp) Cooley of Norwich Conn”; flask shows heavy dark patina as does bullet mold. Consignor states this gun and accessories were purchased by his father, as


Renato Gamba/ Mannlicher Model London, 12 gauge full sidelock shotgun with
Item number: 16319058 | Renato Gamba/ Mannlicher Model London, 12 gauge full sidelock shotgun with nearly 27 5/8” barrels showing lowrise non-ventilated rib, single trigger, auto ejectors, English style straight stock with checkered wood butt, bright or satin finished frame and receiver tastefully border and banknote scroll engraved with London in script letters on bottom of frame. Serial number 26069. Includes Gamba/Mannlicher luggage case. This gun shows 28” barrels choked improved modified right and full left. The stock measures 14 ¾” to the end of the checkered wood butt. The condition is fine to near excellent showing just slight use. The wood is also near excellent codition with just some minor handling and a few storage mars and light scratches. The case is also in near fine condition showing just a few minor scuffs and marks. Gamba and Mannlicher are both very recognized old European names and this is a quality sidelock gun. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.


Pair of 2 Colt Single Action Army revolvers, early black powder series in
Item number: 16319059 | Pair of 2 Colt Single Action Army revolvers, early black powder series in .45 caliber with 7 ½” barrels, serial numbers 30382 and 38663 made about 1874 to 1875. The pair has been finely restored showing a charcoal blue color finish with color case hardening and both pistols show one piece screw-less ivory grips with nice aging. The small parts are fire blued. The edges and markings are very crisp and sharp and also have been restored nicely. The pistols show matching serial numbers and black powder patent dates and early small parts. The actions are good and the bores are good. The pistols retain 90% to 95% of the restored finish and have a very pleasing look (The restorer was clever and did not try to make them look new). The cost of a pair of early single actions, ivory grips along with restoration we would estimate replacement at $8,000-$10,000 on today’s market. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.


Colt Single Action Army revolver early black powder era, serial number 135
Item number: 16319060 | Colt Single Action Army revolver early black powder era, serial number 1352 showing italic barrel address and finely engraved by Ernie Lyttle and signed by him beneath trigger guard on interior. This Colt has been fully professionally restored and shows early round front to the frame. Two line patent dates and other very early features. This Colt is very nicely New York style scroll engraved in 19 century motives with a fine treatment around the front sight similar to 1876 exhibition engraved Colts. This colt has been nicely polished and real nickel plated with fire blue screws and early black powder cylinder pin and ejector rod head. The pistol is fitted with an excellent pair of ivory grips that are beautifully made and fitted impeccably showing no screw holes. A very attractive engraved colt which re-creates the style of the 1870s very nicely. With factory letter. The bore is bright and overall condition is excellent as restored at time of engraving. This would be a very expensive pistol to re-create at today’s prices probably over $10,000. Est.: $2,750-$5,500


Pair of Colt Single Action Sheriffs Model revolvers, factory engraved, con
Item number: 16319061 | Pair of Colt Single Action Sheriffs Model revolvers, factory engraved, consecutive serial numbers, 3” barrels, medallion ivory grips with blind screw hole on left grip, factory presentation display cased, in .44-40 caliber with extra .44 special cylinder for each revolver, one finished blue and its mate in nickel, serial numbers SA63613 and SA63614.The pair remain in fine to near excellent condition showing some minor handling and storage with possible slight use. Faint oxidation to the nickel. At least 98% to 99% original finishes remain with excellent ivory grips and fine interiors. The case is very good plus with some scratches from storage. Both pistols are marked Colt engraved beneath the grips and the factory should be contacted for full documentation as this is a very rare special ordered set which is possibly one-of-a-kind. Est.: $3,000-$6,000.


A. H. Fox Gun Company factory cutaway or skeleton model for demonstration,
Item number: 16319062 | A. H. Fox Gun Company factory cutaway or skeleton model for demonstration, serial number 7877. The gun measures 46 ½” overall with 30” barrels showing double triggers, standard extractors and cutaway windows for viewing mechanism. The barrels retain 95% to 98% original blue that are drifting and toning slightly and the markings on barrel are sharp and show Krupp steel. The frame has drifted to a brown with traces of blue. The trigger guard shows 50% thinning blue. The forend is very good but the butt stock has been broken and repaired nicely at the top of wrist. The action is tight and the bores show no use and we do not think it was made to function just to show the interior as a salesman or display Gun. No collection of A. H. Fox would be complete without a factory cutaway and knowledgably collectors know of only one other cutaway. Est.: $2500-$5000


E. Bernard and Company, Liege Belgium best quality full side lock ejector
Item number: 16319063 | E. Bernard and Company, Liege Belgium best quality full side lock ejector shotgun in Holland and Holland style serial number 57843. This side-by-side shotgun shows 29 ½ inch barrels and measures approximately 46 ½ inches overall and weighs approximately 6.8 pounds. The locks have been nicely and fully scroll engraved as has the frame and mountings. The gun shows double triggers (hinged front trigger), auto ejectors and English style straight stock. The gun shows an old good quality refinish and restoration with approximately 95% of this re-done finish remaining on barrels and mounts. The action and frame have been lightly cleaned to grey or bright metal. The gun is choked .36 or full in both barrels and wall thickness measures .23 left and .18 right. The stock measures 14 ½ inches from the front trigger to the end of the butt pad and 13 ½ inches to the end of the wood. The stocks have been re-freshed and refinished with deep cut checkering. The gun locks tight and is in very good condition as restored. There is a slight cast-off measuring 1/16 of an inch at


Colt Model 1855 Root revolver 6A variation, 4 ½” round barrel, .31 caliber
Item number: 16319064 | Colt Model 1855 Root revolver 6A variation, 4 ½” round barrel, .31 caliber percussion, British proofed, New York addressed, with original case and accessories, serial number 8727. This Root retains 50% to 70% original blue drifting to a brown patina with some erosion and pinprick pitting at firing areas and mostly around front edge of frame. There are some scattered nicks and mars. Approximately 50% to 70% cylinder scene remains. The markings are good and the action revolves well but is not staying on full cock. The grips show a small loss at the toe and some light cleaning on left grip with about 60% varnish on right grip. All matching visible serial numbers. The case is original to the period and lined in green felt or baize. An original instruction label remains in the lid with Pall Mall London address. The interior of the case is good to very good condition with some slight staining and normal aging. Some tatters to the label. An original James Dixon bag flask is retained which shows approximately 80% thinning lacquer with good spring. Also included is a


Colt pre-war Woodsman .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol with 6 ½” barrel,
Item number: 16319065 | Colt pre-war Woodsman .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol with 6 ½” barrel, blue finish, checkered wood grips, serial number 9532 made 1919 to 1920. This Colt remains in very good plus to near fine original condition showing approximately 85% to 95% original blue thinning at the muzzle and edges. There is some light scratches and just beginning normal age. The grips are very good plus with just slight handling minor wear. The markings are sharp the edges are crisp. The pistol retains a two-tone Colt marked clip and the interior is very good plus with a bright bore. . From the collection of Joe Kiser former president of Colt Collectors Association and one of the Western United States most renowned old-time collectors. Est.: $900-$1800


Colt Woodsman .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol with 6 ½” barrel, blued fi
Item number: 16319066 | Colt Woodsman .22 caliber semi-automatic pistol with 6 ½” barrel, blued finish, checkered wood grips, early production range with 3 digit serial number 509. This colt was made in the 1st year production 1915. The pistol retains 65% to 75% original blue wearing at the left side of the barrel and at the high points from being carried in a holster and handled. The grips slight wear to the checkering and normal carry and use but are at least good to very good condition. The markings are good and the pistol shows early barrel address and rampant Colt at rear of slide. The action is good. The bore is bright and a two-tone Colt marked clip is included with small oil hole on reverse side. From the collection of Joe Kiser former president of Colt Collectors Association and one of the Western United States most renowned old-time collectors. Est.: $1250-$2500


A. Francotte model 18-E high grade double-barreled side by side shotgun i
Item number: 16319067 | A. Francotte model 18-E high grade double-barreled side by side shotgun in 12 gauge marked Von Lengerke and Detmold, New York, agents, serial number 29079. Showing 2 ¾ inch Belgian proofs on bottom of barrels. The gun shows a box lock action with Greener type cross bolt and Anson-Deeley type third fastener. The action is nicely floral scroll engraved and shows side clips on each side of action. The walnut stock shows fancy panels behind action and good checkering at wrist and forend. The barrel’s measure 30 inches in length and the gun is 46 ¼ inches over all. The right barrel is choked improved modified and left barrel is also improved modified. Double triggers, auto ejector’s and the stock measures 14 ¼ inches from the trigger to the end of the original plate and still full original dimensions. The barrels show 75% to 85% old re-blue with some aging and toning, beginning light rust over what appears to be a Damascus pattern. The action shows 50% to 70% drifting original case hardening and the stock is very good with some minor scratches, mars and dings. The gun locks tight and the


L.C. Smith specialty grade 20 gauge side-by-side shotgun with factory hunt
Item number: 16319068 | L.C. Smith specialty grade 20 gauge side-by-side shotgun with factory hunter single trigger, auto ejectors, serial number 6992E. This gun shows 28 inch barrels that are choked .10 for modified right and .21 for full left. The stock measures 14 inches to the end of the original butt plate with 2 3/4 inch drop at heel and one 3/4 inch drop at toe. This gun shows 80% to 90% original blue on barrel that is evenly drifting and toning with 2 white beads added to the rib. The frame shows 75% to 85% original case hardening that is drifting and going silver but still some rainbow colors remain. The stocks are very good plus with just minor aging and slight handling. There is a plaque inlaid on the right side of the stock which measures approximately 2 inches across and there has been an inscription removed by polishing. The interior is fine to near excellent and the gun has been well cared for. The left barrel measures .28 and right barrel measures .30 wall thickness. The gun was made approximately 1919. Est. $2500-$5000


Charles Daly Diamond grade Prussian made side-by-side Damascus barreled 12
Item number: 16319069 | Charles Daly Diamond grade Prussian made side-by-side Damascus barreled 12 gauge shotgun with A. Lindner markings beneath barrels serial number 3615. The gun shows 30 inch barrel’s, double triggers, cocking indicators, automatic ejectors, extra fine quality Damascus steel barrels, checkered select wood stock with no pistol grip and semi perch belly. The gun is choked .21 for left modified and .20 right barrel also modified. The wall thickness measures .30 right barrel and .20 left barrel. The stock measures 14 ½ inches to the end of an added hard rubber recoil pad and nearly 13 3/4 inches to the end of the wood. The stock shows a 2 inch drop at the heel and 1 3/4 inch drop at comb with a slight cast off of a quarter inch at toe and ½ inch at heel. The metal surfaces remain in near fine original condition with most of the original gray brown finish on barrel’s just starting to age very slightly with bright original fancy Demascus pattern remaining at least 95%. The profusely scroll engraved and game scene action shows beautiful vignettes. The frame


W&C. Scott and Son premier grade double-barreled side-by-side shotgun with
Item number: 16319070 | W&C. Scott and Son premier grade double-barreled side-by-side shotgun with patented crystal indicator windows. 12 gauge with Damascus barrels, serial number 34807. Barrels measures 28 ¼ inchs with 2 ¾ inch chambers, choked cylinder and cylinder. Bores measure .729. The wall thickness on right barrel measures .31 and .32 on the left barrel. The barrels show 75% - 85% of their original Brown finish starting to drift to gray with some natural aging and light erosion just starting. The action and frame have been lightly polished and the safety has been removed. The gun shows a straight English grip and the stock has been lightly refinished. The trigger guard shows 3 entertwined gold initials and the engraving is exceptionally well done with extra fine scrolls and profuse game scenes. The stock measures 14 3/8 inches to the end of an added hard rubber pad and slightly over 13 ½ inches to the end of the wood. There is a 2 ½ inch drop at the heel with one and 7/8 drop at the comb. There is no cast. The action locks tight and the bores are good with a


Parker CHE grade 12 gauge double barrel shotgun, 30" barrels, choked full
Item number: 16318997 | Parker CHE grade 12 gauge double barrel shotgun, 30" barrels, choked full and full, English style straight stock, double triggers, auto ejectors, titanic steel marked barrels, in very good+ to near fine original condition, serial #118334. The barrels show 75-85% original blue that is evenly thinning and toning with a couple of minor scratches, good sharp edges and just normal use. The frame is very nicely engraved with hunting dogs on each side, a running stag on bottom of frame. The frame retains 40-60% case hardening drifting to patina on the edges and handling areas. Some good color visible on each side of the frame, and some brilliant rainbow color beneath the release lever and where protected. The trigger guard has drifted to traces of blue; the stock shows a good grain and fancy checkering, with the forend almost fully checkered. The stock is in good to very good condition with excellent wood to metal fit; the stock measures 13-1/2" to the end of the wood, 14-1/2" to the end of a hard rubber recoil pad which has been added. The gun locks tight, the bores


Ruger Model 77 Mark II Compact bolt action rifle, .243 Win. cal., 17” barr
Item number: 16318877 | Ruger Model 77 Mark II Compact bolt action rifle, .243 Win. cal., 17” barrel, blue finish, checkered wood stock, scope rings, #789-40126. This gun is in overall excellent condition showing approx. 99% original finish, fine bore, action, markings and wood with hard rubber butt pad and sling swivel eyelets. Est.: $300-$600.


Winchester Model 92 lever action SRC, .25-20 W.C.F. cal., 20” barrel, blue
Item number: 16318756 | Winchester Model 92 lever action SRC, .25-20 W.C.F. cal., 20” barrel, blue finish, wood stocks, #933797. This gun is in overall fine to excellent condition showing approx. 95% original finish, sharp markings, fine bore, crisp action, fine wood with several scattered mars from storage. A really crisp ’92 from an old collection. Est.: $1,600-$3,200.


Colt SAA revolver, .44-40 cal., 5-1/2” barrel, blue and case hardened fini
Item number: 16318998 | Colt SAA revolver, .44-40 cal., 5-1/2” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, checkered black hard rubber grips, #303564 with factory letter dated September 20, 1966 indicating this gun was formerly in the collection of legendary entertainer and gun collector, Mel Torme and confirming caliber, barrel length and finish (type of stocks “Not listed”); sold & shipped to Schoverling, Daly & Gales, New York, N.Y., shipped September 14, 1909, 1 gun in shipment. This gun is in overall excellent condition showing approx. 95% original blue and approx. 90% original case colors on the frame and hammer, sharp markings, crisp action, fine bore, very good to near fine grips. Est.: $7,500-$15,000.


Unmarked Enfield percussion rifle, .58 cal., 30” round barrel, wood stock,
Item number: 16318878 | Unmarked Enfield percussion rifle, .58 cal., 30” round barrel, wood stock, sling swivels in overall fair + condition showing a dark patina to metal surfaces with scattered pitting at firing area, some surface rust on barrel, good action, replaced nipple, replaced barrel bands and replaced front portion of stock to rear barrel band; dark bore, no visible cartouches; replaced ramrod. Est.: $300-$600.


High-quality European pin-fire revolver deep scroll engraved with blued an
Item number: 16318757 | High-quality European pin-fire revolver deep scroll engraved with blued and bright metal finish showing a gold band on the cylinder with ivory grips. Contain in its original to the period French style fitted case, serial number 2890. The pistol was finished in French gray or bright metal with a blued cylinder. The pistol shows Belgian proofs and remains in very good condition with just some minor light erosion and starting normal age. The cylinder retains 75% to 85% of its original blue and there is one small area of pitting on the left middle of barrel. The engraving is deeply cut and well executed in florals and scrolls with very fine engraving on the grip screw and escutcheon. The ivory grips are in very good condition with a mellow patina and fit impeccably. The gun measures 8” overall with 3 ¾” barrel of approximately 7.5 mm with a 6 shot cylinder. The right side of the frame is mounted with an ejector rod and a loading gate. The pistol shows a folding trigger. The action works well and is tight. The case is in very good plus to near fine condition and is lined in a


Colt Wells Fargo Model percussion revolver, 3” octagon barrel, blue and ca
Item number: 16318999 | Colt Wells Fargo Model percussion revolver, 3” octagon barrel, blue and case hardened finish, wood grips, #57773. This gun is in overall fine condition showing considerable muted original blue finish on the barrel assembly, considerable muted original case colors on the frame and hammer, all matching visible serial numbers including the wedge and cylinder arbor, approx. 98% crisp original stagecoach holdup scene on cylinder, crisp action, good bore with a couple spots of pitting; silver finish remaining on backstrap and trigger guard is approx. 99% complete; grips are fine overall with several scattered old mars and majority of original finish. A really nice Wells Fargo Model that even shows portions of all its stop pins on the back of the cylinder! Est.: $7,500-$15,000.


Great old untouched antique Belgian copy of a Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal.,
Item number: 16318879 | Great old untouched antique Belgian copy of a Colt SAA revolver, .45 cal., 4-3/4” barrel, nickel finish, checkered eagle hard rubber grips, #45. This gun is in overall good condition showing considerable frosty nickel finish, good bore and action, no markings, good worn grips that have closely but not perfectly copied the period banner eagle design of the same period Colt SAA grips (without upper grip emblem treatment); could have seen use on either side of the border. Est.: $300-$600.


Colt Model 1908 semi-auto pistol, .25 cal., 2” barrel, blue finish, checke
Item number: 16318758 | Colt Model 1908 semi-auto pistol, .25 cal., 2” barrel, blue finish, checkered hard rubber grips, #395427 with factory brown cardboard box and instructions sheet. This gun is in overall excellent condition showing little use or handling; 99% original finish, fine bore, action, markings and grips; two-tone magazine, fine interior, bright original case colors on trigger, grip safety and slide lock lever; box is overall fair + with partial end label and fraying to material cover particularly around the edges. Est.: $800-$1,600.


Lot of 3 Deputy Game Warden badges in wood and glass shadow box having pre
Item number: 16318759 | Lot of 3 Deputy Game Warden badges in wood and glass shadow box having previously belonged to Western Lawman Fred Lambert, showing three different styles; first, a brass shield “Deputy Game Warden, State of New Mexico” with buffalo skull and saying “Remember the Buffalo” in the center of the badge; second, a large nickeled cut-out star in shield with “Deputy” in the center and “NEW MEXICO” at the top and “GAME WARDEN” at the bottom; last, a small lapel 5-pointed star “Deputy Game Warden”. All together, Lambert spent about 35 years in Official service from Deputy Sheriff to NM Mounted Police, Cattle Inspector, U.S.D. Special Officer, Town Marshal and of course, Deputy Game Warden. He is a legend in New Mexico and was the subject of many articles on his activities and work in keeping law and order in and around the Cimarron. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.


Remington Wingmaster Model 870 pump action shotgun, 20 gauge, 2-3/4” chamb
Item number: 16318880 | Remington Wingmaster Model 870 pump action shotgun, 20 gauge, 2-3/4” chamber, Skeet choke, 26” ventilated rib barrel including Lyman Cutts compensator mounted at muzzle, blue finish, checkered light maple checkered wood stocks with hard rubber butt pad, #630788X in overall very good condition showing the majority of its original finish, fine bore, action, markings and wood. Est.: $300-$600.


Remington Model 31 pump action shotgun, 12 gauge, for 2-3/4” or shorter sh
Item number: 16318881 | Remington Model 31 pump action shotgun, 12 gauge, for 2-3/4” or shorter shells, 26-1/2” ventilated rib barrel including Lyman Cutts compensator mounted on muzzle, blue finish, checkered light maple stocks, #50095. This gun is in overall very good to fine condition showing the majority of its original finish, very good to near fine bore, crisp action, trigger shoe attached, very good to near fine wood with Pachmayr hard rubber butt pad. Est.: $300-$600.


Colt 3 ½” barrel .38 caliber rim-fire revolver showing 1871 – 1872 patent
Item number: 16318760 | Colt 3 ½” barrel .38 caliber rim-fire revolver showing 1871 – 1872 patent dates made as a cartridge arm from leftover percussion parts, serial number 305443 refer Flayderman 5B – 132. This Colt remains in original fine condition showing 92% to 98% original nickel with some slight bubbling,minor nicks and just beginning age. The two line barrel address and markings are sharp and crisp. The cylinder retains all of its originals cylinder scene and shows just minor pitting at the front of cylinder. There is a slight index line between the cylinder stops. The screws and small parts show most of their original finish and the hammer shows most of its bright case hardening with bright blue on firing pin. The varnished wood grips show 90% to 95% original varnish with some scratches and one nick at the bottom of the left grip. All matching visible serial numbers with good action and excellent bore. A strong 9 on 1 to 10 scale. Est.: $2,000-$4,000.


Colt Peacemaker Single Action revolver, .22 Mag. cal., 4-3/4” barrel, blue
Item number: 16318882 | Colt Peacemaker Single Action revolver, .22 Mag. cal., 4-3/4” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, wood grips, $G19075 in factory cardboard box with instructions and extra .22 LR cylinder. This gun is in overall fine to excellent condition showing approx. 98% original finish, fine bore, action, markings and grips; box is overall very good. Est.: $300-$600.


Colt 1862 Police Model revolver in very good plus condition with original
Item number: 16318761 | Colt 1862 Police Model revolver in very good plus condition with original to the period case. This police shows 5 ½” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, varnished wood grips, serial number 21722. The barrel shows 30% to 50% drifting and toning blue finish which has aged nicely and retains some bright areas. The barrel address is good and sharp. There are some minor nicks and light beginning erosion. The cylinder shows 50% plus original blue and is still bright in the flutes. Sharp patent dates on the cylinder. The frame shows 50% to 70% case hardening that is dulling and darkening slightly. The hammer and loading lever also show about 50% case hardening. There is some bright and inky blue beneath the loading lever. There is traces of darkened silver plate on the straps which show an uncleaned brass patina. The varnished wood grips are very good plus with 80% to 90% thinning original varnish with just minor imperfections. All matching visible serial numbers, tight action and bright bore. This Police is retained within its original to the period partition style


Single loop tooled leather holster, chamois lined with desirable maker mar
Item number: 16318883 | Single loop tooled leather holster, chamois lined with desirable maker marking “L.A. Sessums, MAKER, Longview, Texas”, showing legitimate use and wear but overall good condition. Est.: $300-$600.


Colt Single Action Army revolver in .44-40 caliber, 7 ½” barrel, blue and
Item number: 16318762 | Colt Single Action Army revolver in .44-40 caliber, 7 ½” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, hard rubber Eagle grips, serial number 135523. This Colt shows a roll die marked barrel which reads, “Colt Frontier Six Shooter”. Approximately 30% to 50% original blue and case hardened finish remain with good sharp edges, some minor pinprick pitting and slight normal aging. The markings are sharp and clear. The front sight is its original full height and shows a lot of blue. All matching serial numbers. The grips show considerable edge wear and are slightly undersized. The hammer shows considerable original case hardening and there is some bright blue and case hardening where protected on the entire revolver. The frame screw and cylinder pin show some slight mars. The action is good, the bore is good, and there is an extension screw mounted in the rear position of the frame for a shoulder stock which is included. The shoulder stock is an excellent old reproduction made in the 1950s to 60s. Est.: $2,500-$5,000.


Gamble’s Ace .410 gauge American double barrel shotgun, serial number 2788
Item number: 16318884 | Gamble’s Ace .410 gauge American double barrel shotgun, serial number 278888 with lug on bottom of barrel marked W and BP. The inside of the action is marked patented and the gun is very similar in appearance to a LeFevre and Ithaca. The shotgun measures 42 ¼” overall with 26” barrels that are choked full and full. The barrel shows 75% to 85% original thinning blue finish and the action shows 30% to 50% original case hardened colors thinning at the edges with some light but evident rainbow tones. The stocks are crudely checkered by the factory and are good with some cleaning and small losses. The butt stock has been sanded lightly and oil finished. There is a hard rubber recoil pad that has been added to extend the length of the stock and the stock now measures 14 ¼” to the end of the pad, 13 ¼” to the end of the wood. The action is tight and the bore is at least very good and looks like it would clean to near excellent. Est.: $300-$600.


Oil painting of 2 sailing ships with Still winds in the sunset signed lowe
Item number: 16318763 | Oil painting of 2 sailing ships with Still winds in the sunset signed lower right Daile Rilipowski. Approximately 9 ¼ ” x 5 ¾ ”. The painting is slightly loose on the stretcher needs cleaning but is in good condition with an old frame. From the age of canvas we would estimate about the turn of the century. The estate of Robert Petersen. Est.: $250-$500


4 well-made boxes for displaying antique Colts. Number 1 fits a model 1873
Item number: 16318885 | 4 well-made boxes for displaying antique Colts. Number 1 fits a model 1873 single action, number 2 also for Colt single action with antiqued interior and aged cartridge block (including brass rod and screwdriver). Number 3 is a very nice modern case for Colt 1860 Army with antiqued style partition lined interior showing label in lid. The box contains an extra high-quality reproduction cylinder of the type made by Weiss in the 1950’s to 1960’s, Colt Army mold in fair condition with good cavities and 3 packs of reproduction skin cartridges and 2 cap tins. Number 4 is a Colt factory display case for .22 derringers circa 1960’s in good condition. Est.: $300-$600.


Bonanza lot of 14 pocket watches, all in beautiful condition including a H
Item number: 16318764 | Bonanza lot of 14 pocket watches, all in beautiful condition including a Hamilton Railway Special open face 21 jewel, running at time of description; an Elgin open face, 21 jewel with chain, running at time of description; an Illinois Bunn Special open face, 21 jewel, not running at time of description; another Illinois Bunn Special open face, 21 jewel with engraved back plate, running at time of description; another Bunn Special open face Illinois 21 jewel working at time of description; a Hamilton 21 jewel open face working at time of description; an earlier Hamilton open face 21 jewel with engraved back plate, in working condition at time of description; a Waltham 21 jewel open face with engraved back plate and working at time of description; a Hamilton Railway Special open face, 21 jewel, working at time of description; another Hamilton Railway Special open face, 21 jewel working at time of description; another Hamilton 21 jewel open face with engraved back plate in working condition at time of description. The last three watches in this lot are small closed


Double loop Western-style holster for 5 ½” Colt Single Action of Army mark
Item number: 16318886 | Double loop Western-style holster for 5 ½” Colt Single Action of Army marked Abercrombie and Fitch company New York in good condition with old leather belt showing silver Concho’s made from Morgan dollars with harness type buckle. Est.: $300-$600.


Remington Model 1890 single action revolver in .44-40 caliber with factory
Item number: 16318765 | Remington Model 1890 single action revolver in .44-40 caliber with factory 5 ¾” barrel, nickel plated, hard rubber grips, serial number 257. This Remington retains 80% to 90% original unpolished nickel finish with some even losses and slight beginning erosion where the nickel has lifted. The edges are sharp and crisp. The markings are well defined. The barrel shows correct address and the pistol is mounted with a factory lanyard ring in the butt. The front sight is slightly trimmed at the front but nearly its full height. The action is good and the bore is good. The grips show an excellent repair at the right rear heel. The ejector rod housing and pin are unabused. Est.: $2,500-$5000.


Original Model 1855 rifleman’s cartridge box for .58 caliber musket with o
Item number: 16318887 | Original Model 1855 rifleman’s cartridge box for .58 caliber musket with original ovoid US plate and 2 tin liners. Good condition with normal cracking and aging accompanied by reproductions strap and Eagle plate. Est.: $300-$600.


Colt Baby Dragoon .31 caliber percussion revolver with 4” barrel in very g
Item number: 16318766 | Colt Baby Dragoon .31 caliber percussion revolver with 4” barrel in very good condition, serial number 7619. The barrel shows strong traces of blue mixed in a brown patina finish. There is some pitting on the left side of barrel about the size of a thumb and a smaller area pitting at the breach. There is also some small nicks. The reverse barrel address is fully legible. The cylinder shows a strong 75% to 85% Indian fight scene and clearly visible Colt’s patent. The backstrap and trigger guard show traces of darkened original silver plate. The Slim Jim grips fit well and show about 30% varnish with some small losses, a couple of chips and mars. The action is frozen. All matching visible serial numbers and the backstrap screw is marred. A far better than average Baby Dragoon with a high percentage of original cylinder scene. This Colt would improve with minor repair and slight restoration. Est.: $2,500-$5,000.


Model 1876 3rd type Prairie belt with brass carrying rings in good origina
Item number: 16318888 | Model 1876 3rd type Prairie belt with brass carrying rings in good original condition. The leather tab is Watervliet Arsenal marked and shows some cracking and normal aging. The canvas portion and .45-70 loops are darkened with some very minor fraying. Good to very good overall. The inside of the belt is penned in ink with ID and regiment that is not quite decipherable. Est.: $300-$600.


Colt Bisley Model single action revolver, .41 cal., 5-1/2” barrel, blue an
Item number: 16318767 | Colt Bisley Model single action revolver, .41 cal., 5-1/2” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, checkered hard rubber grips, #263483. This gun is in overall fine to excellent condition showing approx. 85% original blue and approx. 85% original case colors with some holster wear on the barrel and ejector housing with slight pinprick pitting on the ejector housing and spots of pitting on the face of the muzzle, otherwise the blue is bright and the case colors are vivid; action is crisp, markings are sharp, grips are fine and visible serial numbers are matching; a really nice .41 Bisley. Est.: $2,500-$5,000.


C.S. Richmond, VA-marked percussion musket, .60 cal., 39” barrel, wood sto
Item number: 16318768 | C.S. Richmond, VA-marked percussion musket, .60 cal., 39” barrel, wood stock, brass butt plate and fore end cap, iron trigger guard and ramrod, sling swivels. This gun is in overall good to very good condition showing an even grey patina to metal surfaces, C.S. Richmond VA and date 1863 on lock plate, crisp action, dark bore, very good wood stock. Est.: $1,500-$3,000.


Smith & Wesson Model SW40VE DA semi-auto pistol, .40 S&W cal., 4” barrel,
Item number: 16318889 | Smith & Wesson Model SW40VE DA semi-auto pistol, .40 S&W cal., 4” barrel, stainless barrel and slide, polymer frame, #RAV4845. This gun is in overall fine condition with a fine bore, action and markings. Est.: $250-$350.


Colt Model 1862 percussion revolver, .36 cal., 6-1/2” barrel blue and case
Item number: 16318769 | Colt Model 1862 percussion revolver, .36 cal., 6-1/2” barrel blue and case hardened finish, wood grips, #23950. This gun is in overall very good + uncleaned condition showing approx. 40% original blue on the barrel assembly/cylinder and approx. 60% original case colors on the frame with scattered areas of surface rust, erosion and pitting from poor storage; the bore is near fine, the action and markings crisp and all matching visible serial numbers including the wedge and cylinder arbor; traces of original silver remain on the brass straps; one lower frame pin is absent but the barrel assembly still is tightly linked to the frame. The grips are good with some scattered old mars and scratches and considerable remaining finish. Est.: $2,400-$2,800.


Smith & Wesson Model SW40VE DA semi-auto pistol, .40 S&W cal., 4” barrel,
Item number: 16318890 | Smith & Wesson Model SW40VE DA semi-auto pistol, .40 S&W cal., 4” barrel, stainless barrel and slide, polymer frame, #PBY1587. This gun is in overall fine condition showing a fine bore, crisp action and sharp markings. Est.: $250-$350.


Rarely encountered bronze sculpture signed Edward H. Bohlin and dated 1968
Item number: 16318770 | Rarely encountered bronze sculpture signed Edward H. Bohlin and dated 1968 also stamped E.H. Bohlin casting. The bronze portrays two battling rams and stands approximately 7 ½” in height by 18” across the base. Edward H Bohlin was a well known as a saddle maker and silver maker who created his masterpieces for Western movie stars, rodeo and notably the Rose Bowl parade. Est.: $500-$1,000.


Mauser Model 98 duv 41-marked receiver bolt action rifle, 7.62mm cal., 24”
Item number: 16318891 | Mauser Model 98 duv 41-marked receiver bolt action rifle, 7.62mm cal., 24” barrel, military finish, wood stock, leather sling, hooded front sight, #8460. This gun is in overall fair to good condition with matching barrel and receiver, other parts mixed numbers, fair bore, good action and markings, overall good wood with usual scattered wear, mars and scratches from carry and storage; bottom of butt stock stamped 7.62; leather sling is fair +. Est.: $250-$500.