(S2) 12 bore Baikal over and under, ejector, 26½ ins barrels, ¼ & ¼, 2¾ ins chambers, black action, custom single trigger and stock with recoil pad, no. C02311 [Purchasers Please Note: Section 2 licence required. This Lot cannot be sent directly to members of the general public. Shipping to nominated RFD only, minimum charges apply - please refer to published Shipping Procedure]
Nr.: 13498, Lauflänge: 500 mm, Flügelsicherung, Deutscher Stecher, die Stahlteile brüniert, Standvisier mit zusätzlichem zweiten, klappbarem Visierblatt, Adler über 'J' - Instandsetzungsbeschuß, Schnäppermontage, mit montiertem ZF 'FMI HUSCH RATHFNOW' Visar, Höhenverstellung, Abs.: Zielstachel, der Schaft in Stutzenausführung mit Pistolengriff, Deutscher Backe und originaler, stählerner Schaftkappe und Vorderschaftsabschluß, Schaftlänge: 355 mm, Riemenbügel, gebraucht, guter Erhaltungszustand, L
Colt 1849 Pocket Revolver. Made in 1861. .31 Caliber with a 6” barrel. Very fine gun with approximately 30% of the original blue on the barrel mixed with patina. Cylinder is very fine with an excellent cylinder scene. Case colors are bright on the left hand side of the frame and just traces of color on the left. Grips are very fine with most of the original varnish. 70% of the silver remains on trigger guard and backstrap. Very fine sharp gun that has the desirable 6” barrel.
Blade front and adjustable 1,000 meter rear sights, the model and patent markings on top of the receiver, and a five-pointed star over "CRANSTON/ARMS/CO." in a triangle on the right side below the rear sight. The barrel is marked ".30-'06/41" on the flange, "JA/30-'06" on top of the chamber and "I(sword)O" on the underside. Fitted with a two-piece stock featuring a checkered steel buttplate. In August 1940, the Netherlands Purchasing Commission ordered 10,200 Johnson Automatic rifles to arm colo
Swiss model 1871 type II very, very rare carbine. Caliber 10.4x38 RF. 17 3/4" long barrel. This is a model 1871 rifle converted by the Swiss to the type II carbine. It still has the 1871 rifle type rear sight and trigger guard, with the carbine nose cap and forend. The loading port dust cover is still present. Excellent bore. Has about 20% blue with gray to brown patina. The wood is about Excellent. Very scarce carbine and in about excellent condition.
Manufactured in the early 20th Century by one of the most desirable Western spur makers, Kelly Bros. The company was started by P.M. Kelly, who made his first pair of spurs in 1903. The pair are marked "KELLY/BROS" near each lateral button. The upturned heel bands are single mounted with lightly engraved scroll designs and gal-leg shanks single mounted with lightly engraved copper and nickel ending in spoked rowels. Provenance: Joe Flores. Heel band width: 7/8" Shanks: 2 5/8" Rowel diameter: 1 3
Winchester 1st Model Hotchkiss carbine. This is a rare 1st Model Hotchkiss carbine. This gun has a gray/brown patina, but no pitting on the metal. All of the markings remain nice and sharp. The wood has the crack that you find on just about every one of these scarce guns
Stevens Tip Up Rifle. In .32 Rimmed straight case cartridge caliber. We fired a .32-20 caliber but it was too loose in the bore. .38 Anything is way too big. Bore is perfect. Barrel length is 26”. Front sight is a folding breech. Rear tang sight is a Vernier 3” graduated from 6 to 20. Action works perfectly. Barrel has approximately 90-93% original nickel. Stock shows scattered nicks and dings but no cracks or chips with 90-95% original varnish. Overall a very good Stevens Tip Up.
9-1/4" octagonal barrel with partridge front and fully adjustable rear sights on breech tang. Breech with rudimentary shell engraving. Back action lock with shell engraving en suite. Dolphin form hammer en suite. Set trigger. German silver mounts engraved en suite with lock, barrel, and breech. Buttcap stamped with serial number 6052. Figured walnut full stock finely carved at wrist and checkered. CONDITION: Barrel appears to have some original finish under patination, minor pitting on one flat.
ORDENS-FRACKKETTCHEN IM ORIGINALETUI Berlin, J. Godet & Sohn, zw. 1916-1930 Silber, Metall, Emaille. L. 13,5 cm. Kette punziert mit Feingehalt '800'. Darunter das preußische Eiserne Kreuz, das Verdienstkreuz für Kriegshilfsdienst und die Rote Kreuz Medaille 3. Klasse, der Kaiserlich-Österreichische Franz-Joseph-Orden, Orden der Krone von Italien, königlich schwedischer Wasaorden und der belgische Kronen Orden. Etui innen bezeichnet: 'J. Godet & Sohn Hof-Juweliere Berlin W.'. Etui besch.
Custom Sprague Mauser Sporter .300 Savage caliber rifle. Custom Mauser rifle in classic .300 Savage caliber. Has a vintage Weaver K2.5 scope on a Paul Jaeger mount. The barrel is marked “Sprague”, which is the only marking on the gun. A good looking custom sporter, in near excellent condition.
Standard grade gun with plain barrel, choke marked "FULL". Grooved forend. Blued action. Plain walnut buttstock with full knob pistol grip terminates with Winchester brand buttplate. CONDITION: Very good. Barrel retains about 80% original blued finish with toning at grip area. Action retains about 80% original blue with wear at high points but overall very nice. Stocks are very good and sound and retain most of their original finish with scattered hunting bumps and subsequent finish added for pr
J. C. Terry Single Shot .22 Rimfire Derringer. Less than 700 manufactured. Brass frame is excellent with mustard color patina. Grips are rosewood with very good varnish. Barrel has some light pits on the exterior and has a blue–brown patina. Bore fair rifling and some pitting. Scarce!
Northwest Indian Trade Gun by Barnett. Barrel is 36½” and the overall length is 52½”. Sharp gun with excellent markings. Dated 1889, which is very late for percussion. These are all smoothbore guns made to trade with Indians for fur. Barnett was the main source for trade muskets for the Hudson Bay Company during 1800’s. The gun has the standard serpentine lock plate and the oversized trigger guard.
Offered here is an extensive archive accumulated by heroic World War II U.S. naval aviator Lt. Norman Wiese of Iowa. Wiese was the squadron executive officer of VT-82, a TBM Avenger squadron flying from USS Bennington (CV-20), and was a highly decorated veteran who was awarded five Oak Leaf clusters, the Navy Cross, the Distinguished Flying Cross with one cluster and the Purple Heart. He took part in the U.S. Navy’s first carrier borne strike on Tokyo, was involved in air operations during the i
Manufactured for the German military by Mauser. This is a G or 1935 chamber date S/42 code. Features include round barrel with dovetailed inverted V front sight, V notch rear sight on rear link, thumb safety marked "GESICHERT" in the upper position, extractor marked "GELADEN", center toggle link marked "S/ 42", correct "(eagle) 211" and "S92" Waffenamts on right side of receiver. Unnumbered wood checkered grips. CONDITION: Very fine, all matching except as noted about unnumbed grips. Most all st
Die Ärmelbänder der Wehrmacht-i sigilli della Wehrmacht\n\nAutore: Sascha Weber\n\nPagine 200, copertina rigida, laccato, formato A5 (15 x 21.5 m), illustrazioni a colori prima edizione in 2015.\n\nIl libro descrive quattro premi di battaglia della Wehrmacht sotto forma di un distintivo di manica (a sinistra): KRETA, AFRIKA, METZ 1944 & amp; KURLAND. Non dovrebbero essere confusi con badge che specificano e. g. appartenente a unità indossate sulla manica destra.\n\nNella parte introduttiva, l'au
Of standard configuration throughout. These Aston pistols are normally found with dates after the Mexican War and to find one with a Mexican War date is unusual. Barrel with usual US, JHP markings. Dated 1847 at tang. Lock with standard marking, dated 1847 at tail. Stock with William A. Thornton cartouche and NWP for Nathan W. Patch. CONDITION: Barrel has minor pitting throughout. Lock is crisp. Cock screw with minor pitting. Cock has a piece broken out at nose. Stock is very good. WAT cartouche
brass box, circa 1810, bust of Frederic William bare head profile left in military uniform, FREDERIC WM. 111 KING OF PRUSSIA, rev. a Cossack on horseback, A DON COSSACK, 55 x 23 mm, with Greek key patern sides. Some discolouration in places, otherwise very fine and very rare. FREDERIC WM. 111 KING OF PRUSSIA, A DON COSSACK, Some discolouration in places, otherwise very fine and very rare
Richter-807c (RR). 45mm. By Franz Hornberg. Struck in a very low mintage of 50. A pleasing example of this scarce type struck in an ultra-high-relief matte finish, lagoon blue tone displayed at the peripheries. Sold with case of issue. HID07601242017
Konv. 20 Zeitschriften 3. Reich, u. a. "Was ihr wollt", "Ewiges Deutschland", "Die Gemeinschaft", "Allgemeiner Wegweiser", "Deutsche Justiz", "Nationalsozialistische Lehrerzeitung", "Leibesübungen mit Kraft durch Freude" usw., gemischter Zustand
U.S. Springfield 1875 Trapdoor Officers Model Type III. Rare Springfield Officers model 1875 Trapdoor rifle. Only 477 are known to have been made. Rifle is near excellent. Barrel has a brown patina mixed with bluing. Lock, hammer and breech block have beautiful case coloring. Butt plate does show storage wear on metal. Stock is excellent has a sharp cartouche dated 1885. Beautiful rare firearm!
The included factory letter confirms the current configuration when the gun shipped on July 24, 1989, to Sile Distributors, Inc. of Meriden, CT. Wilkerson estimates that this is only 1 of 70 Model P4850 revolvers built. Includes original box. The other gun detailed in the letter is the next lot. These revolvers are documented as being ordered as a pair and processed on the same Custom Shop order.
U.S. Model 1861 Rifle Contracted by C.D. Schubarth. U.S. Model 1861 Rifle contracted by C.D. Schubarth with a rare Snider Conversion with a ladder rear sight with Farsi numbering for elevations. Some literature says that after the Civil War Colt Converted 20,000 1861 Model rifles. Other information says the rifles were converted in England or in countries equipped to do Snider Conversions. This is a hard to find contractor rifle and even more unusual with the Snider Conversion. Regardless of who
Colt Single Action Army Buntline Special 2nd Generation .45 Colt caliber revolver with box. Made in 1957. 45 caliber with 12” barrel. 3994 guns were made in this configuration. The gun has wood grips and is in mint condition in the original box.
A high quality, single shot falling block rifle with single band, folding leaf rear sight, standard front sight, straight walnut stock, and sling eyes. CONDITION: Near new condition inside and out.Name Value Accessories Barrel Length 22" Caliber/Bore .45-70 Govermment Drop at Comb Drop at Heel FFL Status Modern Length of Pull Manufacturer Ruger Model No. 3 Paperwork Serial Number 130-58477, Name, Value, Accessories, Barrel Length, 22", Caliber/Bore, .45-70 Govermment, Drop at Comb, Drop at
Colt Lightning .22 Long caliber rifle. Made in 1901. 95% of the original finish. Barrel has light high edge wear and light spotting in the finish. Wood is excellent. Bore is excellent. Top notch Colt Lightning rifle .22 caliber.
This M24 SWS sniper rifle was manufactured by Remington Arms Company c. 2005 and leased by Remington to the U.S. Army for training in 2006. This is a standard configuration Remington M24 SWS sniper rifle with 24 inch stainless steel barrel. HS composite stock with adjustable buttplate, Leupold Mark 4, 10X40MM, telescopic sight and Harris bipod. The barrel and receiver are fitted with mounts for the auxiliary micrometer rear sight and globe front sight issued with the rifle. The rifle is complete
The barrel is of standard 1826 configuration, stamped deeply LT at breech. The lock is of 1826 configuration and is stamped only LT. The highly figured, striped maple full stock has no inspectors' marks. Trigger guard of military type. Buttcap with engraved floral design and buttcap screw. Barrel band of military type. Silver thumb piece is period engraved with the owner's initials CTC. Pistol appears to be reconverted from percussion at an early date. CONDITION: Action is sticky. Bore is good.
The long browned barrel has two bands and is banded at breech. The bolted lock with swan neck cock and Turkish crescent moon at tail. The mounts are cast and chased in high relief in silver, with trophies of arms. Side plate is especially attractive, with cannons, drums, and cannon barrels. Walnut full stock. CONDITION: Stock with piece near butt cap, otherwise intact with small chips at forend. Rudimentary ramrod characteristic of eastern trade pistols. Action functions as it should. Bore is po