Amoskeag Auction

Amoskaeg Auction specializes in firearm auction. They are located in New Hampshire, where the founder and CEO Jason Devine grew up. Therefore they have a lot of experience in handling with firearms and thus hold a high standard and professional approach. They offer auctions approximately once a month.

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Smith & Wesson model 1 1/2Ó tip-up revolver
serial #83543, 32 S&W, 3 1/2Ó barrel with a fine bore having even fine frosting and strong rifling the entire length. The scroll engraved metal surfaces retain about 90% original nickel with scattered spots of light flaking, fine oxidation staining and a few light scuffs and blemishes. The rosewood birdshead grips rate very good plus with light handling marks and are numbered to a different gun. Lockup remains tight and action indexes properly. Overall a nice, very good example model 1 1/2 revolver. (56313-2) {ANTIQUE} Amoskeag Auction
Marlin No. 20 Slide Action Rifle
22 S,L,LR, 23" octagon barrel with a fair and frosted bore. The metal surfaces retain 90% bright original blue finish with silvering on the high edges along with some action wear. There are a few scattered specks of light surface oxidation and a few dings and handling marks. The straightgrip walnut buttstock and grooved forend rate excellent, exhibiting a lovely russet color. The steel buttplate is a brown patina with light surface oxidation. A great example overall that will make a wonderful addition to your collection (95258-10) {C&R} Amoskeag Auction
Pennsylvania breechloading sporting rifle by Gumpf
.32 RF, 32" octagon barrel with a bright about excellent bore. The metal surfaces on this attractive breechloading long rifle are an overall tarnished pewter and speckled plum brown patina with the metal remaining overall mostly smooth. The gun features a nice dovetailed German silver front sight with a simple flat-top sporting rear, the top barrel flat is marked "AJ Gompf/LAN PA". It would seem researching the name that this is Andrew J. Gumpf, son of Kentucky rifle maker Andrew Gumpf of Lancaster Pennsylvania. The Gumpf's being very prolific rifle makers in Lancaster for many years. The rifle has a simple round-bottom frame and a long upper tang revealing its Kentucky rifle roots. The tang shows some nice loose foliate scroll as does the belly of the action and the bow of the dual spur triggerguard. The back action lock and hammer show similar engraving with the lock maker-marked identically to the barrel. The rifle features a faceted buttplate and simple toeplate, each with the same loose flowing scroll. The American walnut buttstock and forend rate excellent showing nice coarse checkering, very few handling marks with the buttstock having some very nicely figured grain throughout. The forend shows a lightly fluted tip and the buttstock has a flared style left-side cheekpiece with shadowline. The rifle is equipped with a single-acting lock and double set triggers. Gumpf the younger was active in Lancaster Pennsylvania from about 1869 into the early 1900s. A very attractive breechloader from the very beginning of the cartridge period showing strong Kentucky rifle influence. (36085-1) {ANTIQUE} Amoskeag Auction
Sig Sauer Model P228 Semi-Auto Pistol
serial #B215971, 9mm, 3 3/4” barrel with a bright excellent bore. This new-in-the-box pistol retains 99% plus original blue slide over black anodized aluminum frame showing a tiny handling mark or two. The textured black plastic grips rate excellent. This gun appears unfired and comes with three 13 round magazines, one 20 round magazine, its original hangtag and manual all housed in a Sig Sauer gray plastic case with a correctly end-labeled and numbered outer box. (127404-37) Amoskeag Auction
Romarm SAR 3 Semi-Auto Rifle
serial #S3-08500-2000, 5.56mm, 16" chrome lined barrel that has an excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 95% original arsenal blue finish that has light handling wear on the bearing surfaces. The hardwood laminate stocks and composite pistolgrip rate excellent. The buttstock has some minor crazing to the varnish, perhaps from being in contact with a chemical or cleaner for a period of time. There is no magazine included but they are still commercially available. An excellent condition and economical shooter. (46149-38) Amoskeag Auction
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Amoskeag Auction Company, Inc.
250 Commercial Street #3011
Manchester, NH 03101