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This is a very good antique condition Parker Brothers Quality T Grade, 12 Gauge top action hammer, ..
This is a very good antique condition Parker Brothers Quality T Grade, 12 Gauge top action hammer, side-by-side shotgun that was manufactured in 1885.  This particular Parker Shotgun has a well-documented history from the Parker factory and includes the Parker Gun Collectors Association research letter.     Charles Parker began as an industrial manufacturer of numerous durable goods, including hardware, lamps, spectacles, steam engines, presses, tooling and even railroad wheels in Meriden, Connecticut beginning in 1828, under the name Meriden Machine Company.&n..

$2,200.00
This is an antique very fine condition, near mint and probably unissued, Civil War Starr Arms Doubl..
This is an antique very fine condition, near mint and probably unissued, Civil War Starr Arms Double Action Model 1858 Army Revolver in .44 Caliber that is also all matching.  This revolver was manufactured in December 1862. The Starr revolver was designed by Ebanezer “Eban” Townsend Starr, son of Nathan Starr and the grandson of Nathan Starr, both of whom manufactured edged weapons for the U.S. Government and who designed firearms in the early 19th century out of Middletown, Connecticut.  Eban Starr was born on August 16, 1816, and apprenticed under his father, Nathan S..

$4,900.00
This is a scarce, fine condition and very desirable Colt New Service Revolver in .45 Colt caliber ..
This is a scarce, fine condition and very desirable Colt New Service Revolver in .45 Colt caliber that was manufactured in 1918 and shipped to Canada for issue to the Royal North-West Mounted Police, the predecessor to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.  The Colt New Service Revolver was first introduced in 1898 as stronger and larger Colt Model 1892 Revolver.  This revolver was Colt’s first design with swing-out, hand ejector cylinder capable of firing large calibers such as .44-40, .44 Russian, .44 Special, .45 Colt and .455 Webley.  The New Service would be produced in..

$3,200.00
This is an antique fine condition, scarce, and original Springfield Armory Model 1866 Trapdoor Rifl..
This is an antique fine condition, scarce, and original Springfield Armory Model 1866 Trapdoor Rifle, also known as the Second Allin Alteration Rifle, in .50-70 caliber.   While the American Civil War was predominantly an Infantryman's war using muzzle loading, percussion cap ignition rifles, the use of breech loading, cartridge-firing weapons (principally carbines) left an indelible mark on both the US Army and weapons designers in the United States. The Army's experience during the Civil War left post-war Army leaders with two distinct impressions. First, the accuracy and l..

$2,695.00
This is a fine condition Springfield Armory Model 1898 Krag Rifle with original bayonet and scabbar..
This is a fine condition Springfield Armory Model 1898 Krag Rifle with original bayonet and scabbard. The serial number on this rifle is 442399, which places its manufacture in March 1903, which was the last year of Krag Model 1898 production, and only eight months before the last Krag rifle was made. The Receiver on this rifle is the 2nd Type Krag receiver and is in very fine condition retaining 98% of the original dark, oil quenched finish with small areas of scattered pewter patina showing through in places. The Magazine well portion of the Receiver shows minimal wear and retai..

$2,450.00
This is a very fine WWI Colt Model 1911 Pistol from 1918. The serial number on this Colt is 344946,..
This is a very fine WWI Colt Model 1911 Pistol from 1918. The serial number on this Colt is 344946, which places the production of this pistol in the first half of 1918 as part of the Army’s last 1918 Colt 1911 contract of 319,746 pistols. According to Colt shipment records, this Colt 1911 was in one of three shipments sent in late June 1918 to the American Expeditionary Force Ordnance Officer at Bush Terminal in Brooklyn, New York for shipment to the AEF in France. There are no records available to indicate when the pistols arrived in France or to which units these pistols were issued..

$3,200.00
This is an original, fine condition WWII Spreewerke “cyq” code P.38 that is all matching.  The..
This is an original, fine condition WWII Spreewerke “cyq” code P.38 that is all matching.  The serial number for this P.38 is 92 v. This particular Walther ac43 P.38 was manufactured in early October 1944. There were three manufacturers of P.38s during WWII:  Walther, the original designer and manufacturer, Mauser, and Spreewerke.  Spreewerke was technically known as Spreewerke GmbH, Metallwarenfabrik, located in Berlin-Spandau, which was a suburb of Berlin.  Although the headquarters was in Berlin, the majority of P.38 production occurred at its factory in Had..

$1,850.00
This is a very rare and fine condition, all matching WWI German Model 1914 Luger manufactured by th..
This is a very rare and fine condition, all matching WWI German Model 1914 Luger manufactured by the Erfurt Arsenal in 1918, the last year of WWI.  The Royal Government Arsenal at Erfurt manufactured about 175,000 Model 1914 Lugers in 1918, from serial number 300 to 7538t.The end of the 1890s and early 1900s saw great international military interest in semiautomatic weapons, particularly handguns. The famous Borchardt design and the Mauser C96 pistol are both examples of this interest at the turn of the century. The German Army ultimately settled on the Borchardt-based Luger desig..

$3,900.00
This is a very fine and all matching Mauser “G” Date Luger from 1935 with the droop eagle / 63 / dr..
This is a very fine and all matching Mauser “G” Date Luger from 1935 with the droop eagle / 63 / droop eagle / 63 acceptance stamps, which was first used on G Date Lugers in the e-prefix serial number range.  The serial number on this “G” Date Luger is 8712e.  After Hitler and the Nazis came to power in 1933, the Third Reich was still subject to the restrictions and constraints of the Versailles Treaty, which severely limited the size of the German military and the number and types of weapons that could be produced. In 1935, the Versailles Treaty’s restrictions remained in plac..

$4,100.00
This is an historic, mint condition, battlefield captured WWII Japanese Type 14 Pistol manufactured..
This is an historic, mint condition, battlefield captured WWII Japanese Type 14 Pistol manufactured by the Nagoya Army Arsenal, Chigusa Factory in February 1932.  This particular pistol, along with its original holster, was surrendered in 1945 to U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Raymond B. Carleton of the 1st Cavalry Division by Japanese Major General Koji Chichinami, Commandant of the Iki Fortress on the island of Iki S hima.  Chigusa Factory Type 14 Pistols are rare in their own ri ght, with only 7,825 manufactured from 1926 until 1932, but having a Type 14 Pistol identified to an..

$5,950.00
This is a very scarce and very fine condition, all matching, WWII CZ Model vz.38, which was called..
This is a very scarce and very fine condition, all matching, WWII CZ Model vz.38, which was called the Model 39(t) by the Germans, which was manufactured in 1939, and which was used by the German armed forces during WWII. The VZ.38 Pistol was developed by Ceska Zerojovka, in Strakonice, known simply as CZ in Czechoslovakia, as a replacement for the vz.24 pistol.  The pistol was designed by Frantisek Myska.  After a prototype was produced, CZ sent the weapon to the Czech Ministry of National Defense’s armament commission for evaluation.  The commission’s evaluation ..

$3,250.00
This is an antique, very fine condition and all original Civil War Smith Cavalry Carbine, serial n..
This is an antique, very fine condition and all original Civil War Smith Cavalry Carbine, serial number 18794.   Based upon its condition, it is likely that this carbine was never issued. This Carbine was manufactured by the Massachusetts Arms Company of Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts, which was one of three prime contractors who manufactured the Smith Carbine during the Civil War, the other two being the American Machine Works of Springfield, Massachusetts, and the American Arms Company, also located in Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. Approximately 30,000 Smith Carbines ..

$4,200.00
This is a very fine, near mint condition, and all matching Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver, with 4”..
This is a very fine, near mint condition, and all matching Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver, with 4” barrel, which was manufactured in 1856.  Colt sought to capitalize on the success of his large Dragoon revolvers in the late 1840s with the introduction of a smaller “pocket” line of revolvers.  The first of these was the Model 1848 or “Baby Dragoon” revolver, which had a squareback triggerguard, round locking slots on the cylinder, the Ranger and Indian Fight cylinder scene, an octagonal barrel without rammer, and a five-shot .31 caliber chambering.  The Model 1848 came ..

$3,950.00
This is a mint condition, probably unissued, scarce, and original Springfield Armory Model 1866 Tra..
This is a mint condition, probably unissued, scarce, and original Springfield Armory Model 1866 Trapdoor Rifle, also known as the Second Allin Alteration Rifle, in .50-70 caliber.   While the American Civil War was predominantly an Infantryman's war using muzzle loading, percussion cap ignition rifles, the use of breech loading, cartridge-firing weapons (principally carbines) left an indelible mark on both the US Army and weapons designers in the United States. The Army's experience during the Civil War left post-war Army leaders with two distinct impressions. First, the accur..

$3,245.00
This is a mint condition and all original Springfield Armory Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle.  The s..
This is a mint condition and all original Springfield Armory Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle.  The serial number on this rifle is 362388, which places its date of manufacture to late 1886.  Springfield Armory produced only 34,162 service rifles in 1886 and very few Model 1884 Rifles. The Model 1884, which was the second model of the .45-70 trapdoor service rifles, was only manufactured at Springfield Armory from late 1886-1890.   The Barrel on this Rifle is in very fine condition.  The barrel is 32.60” long with a 0.730” barrel diameter at the muzzle.  The barre..

$3,150.00
This is a mint condition WWI Model 1917 double action revolver manufactured by Colt in early 1918 t..
This is a mint condition WWI Model 1917 double action revolver manufactured by Colt in early 1918 that still retains virtually all of its original brushed blue finish. With U.S. involvement in WWI becoming inevitable after 1916, the U.S. government began to increase small arms production across the board.  For side arms, the Ordnance Department augmented Colt’s production of the semi-automatic Model 1911, .45 Pistol by awarding a contract to Remington-UMC for additional 1911 production.  Even with this additional production capability, there was a significant shortage of..

$2,595.00
This is a very fine, near mint condition and all matching Mauser 1938 dated, S/42 Code Luger Pistol..
This is a very fine, near mint condition and all matching Mauser 1938 dated, S/42 Code Luger Pistol, serial number 2312n.  The year 1938 was a busy one for Germany and for Mauser.  By 1938, Germany was well into its rearmament following the Nazi Party’s rise to power and the subsequent repudiation of the Versailles Treaty.  Hitler’s rearmament was sufficient prior to 1938 that he had already occupied the Rhineland in 1936 and was actively planning the occupation of the Sudetenland, Austria and combat operations against France, the Low Countries and Great Britain.  &..

$3,900.00
This is a mint condition and all original Springfield Armory Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle.  The s..
This is a mint condition and all original Springfield Armory Model 1884 Trapdoor Rifle.  The serial number on this rifle is 355496, which places its date of manufacture to mid-1886.  Springfield Armory produced only 34,162 service rifles in 1886 and very few Model 1884 Rifles. The Model 1884, which was the second model of the .45-70 trapdoor service rifles, was only manufactured at Springfield Armory from late 1886-1890.   The Barrel on this Rifle is in very fine condition.  The barrel is 32.60” long with a 0.730” barrel diameter at the muzzle.  The barrel..

$3,200.00
This is an original Parker Brothers VH Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun from 1909.&..
This is an original Parker Brothers VH Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun from 1909.  This particular shotgun was ordered by the E. K. Tryon Company of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on January 22, 1909, and it was shipped from the factory on April 6, 1909.  This shotgun’s information is found in the original Parker Brothers Order Book No. 78 and confirms that it was a VH hammerless in 12 Gauge with 30-inch Vulcan Steel Barrels.  The specifications are also listed in the order book and are: pistol grip stock configuration, drop at the heel of between 2 ½” and 3..

$1,645.00
This is a fine condition Parker Brothers VH Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun from 1..
This is a fine condition Parker Brothers VH Grade, 12 Gauge hammerless, side-by-side shotgun from 1924.   This shotgun comes with a Parker Brothers Historical Letter indicating this shotgun was completed on May 26, 1925.  The information on this shotgun is found in Parker Brothers’ Stock Book No. 74, and listed it as a VH hammerless shotgun, 12-gauge, with Vulcan Steel barrels with a length of 30 inches.  The stock configuration is confirmed as capped pistol grip and the length of pull is specified as 14 ¼”, the drop at heel at 2 ½”, the weight at 7 pounds, 12 ounces..

$2,495.00
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