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Excellent DWM Model 1920 Commercial Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol
Estimate: $1400 - 2250 Blank chamber and "DWM" monogram on the toggle. "Crown/N" proofs on the left side of the barrel extension, underside of the barrel, and left side of the toggle, and "crown / script letter" proof on the safety bar. Matching numbers on the barrel and frame, with the last two digits on most of the small parts. Marked "GESICHERT" and "GELADEN" on the safety and extractor respectively. Straw colored small parts, unmarked nickel magazine with wooden bottom and fitted with checkered walnut grips. BBL: 3 3/4 inch round Stock: Gauge: 7.65 mm Luger Auto Finish: blue Grips: walnut Serial Number: 3895k Condition: Excellent. The pistol retains 95% plus original finish with some muzzle, side rail and side plate wear. There is some mild thinning on the back strap and some thinning to smooth gray on the front strap. 80% of the original straw color remains on the small parts. The grips are excellent with some minor wear, a few minor dings and crisp checkering. The markings are crisp and clear. The mechanics are excellent. Rock Island Auction Company
Heckler & Koch Model 300 Semi-Automatic Rifle with Scope
Features a ramp blade front with fixed rear sight. The left side of the barrel is marked ".22WMR" while the left side of the receiver has the serial number, import and H&K address and model information. It has a walnut stock with checkered forearm and pistol grip with metal grip cap, a raised cheekpiece, sling swivels and a serrated plastic buttplate. Complete with Leupold 4X RF Special scope. BBL: 19 inch round Stock: checkered walnut Gauge: 22 WMR Finish: blue Grips: Serial Number: 022316 Condition: Excellent. Rifle retains 99% plus original blue finish, with light handling marks. The stock is also excellent, with only light handling marks and sharp checkering. Rock Island Auction Company
Colt Model 1851 Navy Revolver
This Third Model was made in 1862 with standard markings and features. Frame cut for a shoulder stock. The cylinder is pitted and loose, and the action needs work. Visible numbers match, the loading lever has had the number removed. Rock Island Auction Company
Unmarked SxS Shotgun 12
Engraved Rogers' Back Action Hammerless Side Lock Double Barrel Shotgun Single bead sight on the matte rib with 2 3/4 inch chambers, single extractor, standard English commercial proofs on the flats, and improved cylinder/cylinder chokes. The Rogers' action became the staple mid-quality "trade" side lock of the late 18th and early 19th centuries due to its relatively simple design, and low cost of manufacture. Light scroll and segmented line border engraving on the receiver and lock plates with dual triggers and tang mounted safety. Checkered splinter forearm with matching numbered engraved fittings and straight grip stock with blank initial oval and checkered horn buttplate. Barrel and stock measurements are: bore diameter at 9 inches from breech .737/.736 inch; minimum wall thickness .026/.026 inch; drop at comb 1 5/8 inches; drop at heel 2 1/8 inches; length of pull 13 1/8 inches. Manufacturer: Unmarked Model: SxS BBL: 27 inch solid rib Stock: walnut Gauge: 12 Finish: blue/casehardened Grips: Serial Number: 33664 Class: Curio & Relic Long Gun Condition: Fine. 75% original blue finish remains on the barrels with some small areas of cold blue touch up, small dings along the rib, some visible dents on the tubes, and surface scratches. The receiver and locks have a mostly silver/gray patina with some light spotting, traces of original case colors in the protected areas, and a mottled gray patina on the trigger guard. The wood is fine as refinished and checkering freshened with attractive grain, small dings and scratches, filled sling swivel hole on the underside of the stock, and chipping on the buttplate. Mechanically excellent. Rock Island Auction Company
Rare Colt Special Order New Service Revolver with Steer Head Carved
Rare Colt Special Order New Service Revolver with Steer Head Carved Ivory Grips with Factory LetterThis is an outstanding example of a Colt "New Service" revolver with the rare nickel plated finish and very rare carved ivory "steer head" grips. This pistol is accompanied with a Colt factory letter dated Oct 2007, verifying the finish and identifying this as a "1" gun shipment to Wyeth Hardware & Mfg. Company St. Joseph Missouri in June 1924. The letter states ivory, but not the steerhead. At that time this was the best service revolver being offered by the Colt factory. It is chambered in the 45 LC cartridge a very powerful cartridge at this time. It specifically lists this revolver as being nickel plated and fitted with the Ivory grips. The top of the barrel has the two-line Colt address and patent dates with the last one ending in 1905. The right side of the barrel is marked "COLT NEW SERVICE 45 COLT". The inside the of the frame and back side of the crane are numbered "319048". The left side plate on the frame is marked with the smaller Colt Rampant Horse trademark, with the Colt factory "VP" inside a small triangle on the left front trigger guard bow. The butt is unmarked and has a plug inside the lanyard loop hole which was specifically required/verified in the factory letter. As noted it has a beautiful set of carved ivory grips with the large carved "Steer Head" on the right grip panel, with simulated "Red Ruby Eyes" on the steer. The lower left grip has the initials "L.L.H." carved into them.Manufucture: ColtModel: New ServiceBBL: 5 1/2 inch roundStock: Guage: 45 ColtFinish: nickel plateGrips: ivory carvedSerial Number: 319048 Rock Island Auction Company
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