Merz Antique Firearms ~ Catalog of Old Guns and Related Items
Various Rare & Collectible Guns
MSG605 BELGIUM MADE BROWNING SUPER-POSED MIDAS GRADE OVER AND UNDER 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN
Item # MSG605
30" bbl. Full and modified choke. Fitted with another 28" bbl set in 20 gauge, full and mod. with 3" chambers that is unmarked but still numbered to the gun. Probably made by Simmons. The gun has probably been re-stocked and it is beautifully done with Circassian Walnut. Highly figured contrasting black and blond stripes throughout. Stock dimensions measure 14-3/4" to the end of the brown Pachmayr pad. Gun was manufactured in 1968 and is in virtually un-used condition. The engraving was signed by Arno. This is a round knob short tang Belgium made Browning fitted in original Browning 2-bbl set case. Nearly new condition. Excellent throughout!
Modern $ 8,975.
MHG851 SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1891 TARGET PISTOL
Item # MHG851
First Model single shot 22 LR Target pistol with the scarce 6 inch ribbed barrel. Original sights. Fine bore. Hard rubber grips in very good condition with just slight wear. Overall gun in near excellent condition with 85-90% original blue thinning in areas. Traces of case color remain on the hammer. Clean sharp gun. Only 862 made in this caliber.
Antique $ 1,175.
MHG720 ENGRAVED HOPKINS & ALLEN SPUR TRIGGER REVOLVER
Item # MHG720
Caliber 38 RF. Original Mother of Pearl grips. Mechanical condition is good but may need some adjustment to the cylinder rotation. This gun appears to be Nimschke engraved but it is hard to say. Very well done at any rate. Nice clean metal with some of the original finish. 2 inch barrel.
Antique $ 1,775.
MR1172 MAYNARD 2ND MODEL CIVIL WAR SADDLE RING CARBINE
Item # MR1172
Original sights. Fine bore. Wood shows some light usage but retains most original varnish with good inspectors marks. Barrel has 90% dull blue. Receiver has good traces of case color turning silver color. Mechanics are excellent. All original and complete with correct saddle ring.
Antique $ 2,295.
MHG849 HARD TO FIND CANADIAN INGLIS HI-POWER PISTOL WITH SHOULDER STOCK
Item # MHG849
The Chinese model, designated "Pistol No. 1", had a large, tangent-adjustable rear sight (graduated to an incredibly optimistic 500 meters) with a front sight that is set in a dovetail and is staked to prevent movement. A slot machined into the rear of the grip frame to accommodate a detachable wooden shoulder stock/ holster combination. Self-loading pistol with a parkerized finish. Black plastic grips. 4-5/8 inch barrel chambered for 9mm. Correct "JI" marked detachable 13-round magazine. Stock is marked "S.A. LTD. 1945" on right side and "Made in Canada" complete with belt loop attachment. The original Chinese contract stocks were produced by Small Arms Limited (“S.A Ltd.”) of Long Branch, Canada. They are made out of walnut, and have been finished in a medium brown stain. Most of the original stocks are marked with the year of manufacture 1945 under the “S.A. LTD” stamp. This gun has a very good bore and crisp action. No import marks. The Chinese contract Inglis Hi-Powers makes them an interesting addition to any collection of WWII firearms.
Modern $ 2,975.
MHG848 CANADIAN INGLIS MK. 1 HI-POWER PISTOL WITH SHOULDER STOCK
Item # MHG848
9mm caliber Canadian Inglis MK I* Hi-Power with shoulder stock holster made in Canada for the Chinese contract. Left side is marked MK.1 / BROWNING FN 9MM HP INGLIS CANADA. Right side is marked 3CH3605. 4 5/8" barrel. Original sights include a tangent rear graduated from 50-500 and a dovetailed front sight. Original dull gray finish. Lanyard loop with black plastic checkered grips. Correct "JI" marked magazine. Pistol is in fine condition overall showing most original finish remaining with thinning at the muzzle and high points. Bore is near excellent. Crisp action. Wooden stock is in fine to excellent condition. Stock is marked "S.A. LTD. 1945". A very nice Inglis with no import marks with hard to find shoulder stock that could fill a hole in your Hi-Power collection.
Modern $ 2,675.
MHG847 BELGIUM BROWNING HI-POWER PISTOL
Item # MHG847
9 mm. The left side of the slide is marked “Browning Arms Company St. Louis Mo. and Montreal P.Q. / Made In Belgium”. The right side of the frame is marked “T172530”. The right front of the trigger guard is marked with a Lion over “P.V” and a starred “U”. The barrel is marked with 3 proofs and “Cal. 9m/mP.” Ring hammer. Bright shiny bore. Most all of the original blue remains. Original sights. Checkered wooden grips show light wear and retain most original varnish. This is a "T" series made in 1966.
Modern $ 875 sale pending.
MHG846 FN BELGIAN BROWNING HI-POWER NICKEL/STEEL CHROME FINISH
Item # MHG846
9 mm. Nickel/Silver Chrome with Gold Plated Trigger. The left side of the slide is marked “BROWNING ARMS COMPANY MORGAN, UTAH & MONTREAL P.Q.” The left side of the trigger guard is marked “C”. The right side of the slide is marked “MADE IN BELGIUM / BY FABRIQUE NATIONALE HERSTAL”. The barrel is marked “Cal. 9mm / 245PM36077”. The right side of the trigger guard is stamped with the Belgian Liege proof mark The serial number is found on the front of the grip frame. Made in 1980. Grips are fully checkered walnut with “B” logos. Original sights. Amazing bore! This gun appears to be unfired and retains all of the original nickel finish. No box. Great looking pistol!
Modern $ 1,775.
MHG845 NAZI MARKED FN PISTOL
Item # MHG845
WWII era Browning Hi Power 9mm pistol. Made in Belgium for the German occupation. The left side of the slide is marked “FABRIQUE NATIONALE D’ARMES DE GUERRE / HERSTAL BELGIQUE”, “BROWNING’S PATENT DEPOSE”. Ring trigger. Nazi markings. Mag is not numbered to the gun but is of the era. Bright shiny bore. Most all of the original finish remains with just a few tiny spots of light pitting. Checkered wooden stocks are lightly worn but match the condition of the gun and look good.
Modern $ 1,500.
MHG844 WWII FN BROWNING HI-POWER NAZI MARKED PISTOL
Item # MHG844
9 mm. The left side of the slide is marked “FABRIQUE NATIONALE D’ARMES DE GUERRE / HERSTAL BELGIQUE”, “BROWNING’S PATENT DEPOSE”, a German Eagle holding a globe with swastika and a “WaA104” Waffenamt. The left side of the frame is also marked with an Eagle with Globe and a “WaA104” Waffenamt. The left front of the trigger guard is marked “MR”. The right side of the barrel at the chamber is marked “107779”, an Eagle with Globe and the top of a Waffenamt. The right side of the slide and frame are also marked “107779”. Includes the ring hammer. Original sights include a flat topped “V” notched tangent rear sight pinned to the slide with markings from “50-500”. The front sight is blade dovetailed into the slide. Checkered walnut grips look good. VG bore. Most original blue remains with a few scattered light pits from poor storage. Comes with an extra mag. Good looking WWII collectable.
Modern $ 1,375.
MHG843 BROWNING HI-POWER STANDARD POLISHED BLUE PISTOL
Item # MHG843
9 mm Browning Hi-power made in Belgium but assembled in Portugal in 1994. Comes with the box and instruction manual. A new set Hogue grips installed with the original wooden grips included. One extra factory mag in the box. Very nice looking gun in high condition that was used very little.
Modern $ 975.
MHG840 ROGERS & SPENCER CIVIL WAR 44 CALIBER ARMY PERCUSSION REVOLVER
Item # MHG840
Rogers and Spencer .44 caliber percussion U.S. martial issue Civil War period revolver. Overall gun is in outstanding condition. Retains about 98% bright glossy blue. Mechanics are like new. Grips have a few light mars and has a sharp cartouche. Lots of inspector marks. Early 180 range serial number. Vivid case colors on the hammer and lever. Would be hard to improve on this Rogers & Spencer. Like new inside and out.
Antique $ 5,750.
MSG896 CASED PAIR OF WESTLEY RICHARDS BEST QUALITY HAMMERLESS DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUNS
Item # MSG896
One is a 10 gauge and the other is a 12 gauge. Both are very high quality and engraved. Pistol grip Cicassian walnut stocks. 14 LOP. One gun weighs 8 pounds. The 10 gauge weighs 9 pounds 4 ounces. Bright shiny bores. 30 inch barrels with extractors. Double triggers. Overall near excellent with about a 50% Damascus pattern visible. Frame has turned a silvery color with just traces of case colors. Sharp clean elaborate engraving on both. Both are marked "Best Quality" on the rib. Very unusual to see a cased set of any English shotguns in two different gauges. Original Westley Richards case with leather and brass. Several cleaning and reloading supplies included. Very interesting cased set of top quality guns.
Antique $ 11,500.
MHG854 VERY SCARCE C H BALLARD 41 RF DERRINGER
Item # MHG854
Here is a "hard to find" gun by C. H. Ballard. A single-shot derringer in 41 RF caliber. Only a few thousand of these were made. Half octagon barrel. Original ebony stocked grips in good condition with a small chip out at the toe on one side. Functions very well. Sharp bore. Original blue has turned mostly a plum/brown. Some minor pits. Brass has turned a pleasing patina. Good looking collectable!
Antique $ 975.
MSG895 BEAUTIFUL FACTORY ENGRAVED PURDEY 28 GAUGE BEST QUALITY HAMMERLESS SHOTGUN
Item # MSG895
A very desirable gun featuring self openers, side clips and raised matted solid rib. Pistol grip checkered deluxe grade Cicassian walnut stock in excellent condition. 13-3/4 inch LOP to the end of the original rubber buttplate. Automatic ejectors. 98% barrel blue and about 75% case colors starting to tone somewhat. Weighs just over 6 pounds. Comes complete with original canvas case with leather corners. Has a Purdey label inside. Gun fits perfectly. Very desirable Beautiful gun!
Antique $ 32,500.
W2275 SMITH & WESSON NUMBER 2 LEVER ACTION REPEATING PISTOL
Item # W2275
.41 caliber with scarce 6 inch barrel. Overall gun shows some scattered pits. Well defined original engraving. Action is complete. Decent barrel markings. Original rosewood grips fit well and may have been cleaned a long time ago. Smith & Wesson made about 500 No. 2 Lever Action pistols from 1854-55. Most of these pistols had eight inch barrels. No. 2 Lever Action pistols with six inch barrels are extremely rare. I don't know if I have ever had a Number 2 before. They are quite uncommon.
Antique $ 14,750.
MR1217 SMITH PATENT PERCUSSION CIVIL WAR SADDLE RING CARBINE
Item # MR1217
This gun is in excellent condition with about 85% original blue on the barrel and original sights. Good bore. Wood is in fine condition with good cartouche markings. Mechanics are good. Receiver retains about 60-70% bright case colors. Original gun with correct saddle ring.
Antique $ 3,475.
MR1213 SMITH PATENT CIVIL WAR CARBINE
Item # MR1213
Wood is VG with just a few mars and dings with a small piece grafted in on top of the wrist. Nicely done long ago. Orig sights. VG bore. Bbl retains about 90% toning blue. Receiver has about 75% finish remaining. Orig gun with correct saddle ring. Nice affordable example!
Antique $ 1,895.
MR838/MR858 EVANS CARBINE
Item # MR838/MR858
This would be called the New Model repeating carbine. Cal 44. Carbine length bbl at 22". These are quite scarce with a short production run in the late 1870's. This particular gun has a very good blue on the frame. Bbl is more greyed out. A few spots towards the muzzle that are quite heavily pitted and have aged into an antique patina look. The stock has several bruises and dings on it but is actually in amazing cond for it's age. Forearm also shows wear. Bore is bright and shiny with good rifling. Couple of light pits. Nice smooth action. A good collectable scarce gun.
Antique $ 1,675.
WMERZ FACTORY ENGRAVED GOLD INLAID MODEL 07 CASED WINCHESTER RIFLE
Item # WMERZ
Caliber 351. This gun was engraved by William Gough who was a factory engraver. Beautifully done. Way above his average work. On one side is 2 gold inlaid moose and some gold birds in a tree. On the opposite side is a grizzly walking in the sunrise with birds flying off. Just a beautiful scene! Receiver is probably 90% covered with engraving. Barrel has engraving as well. Fancy deluxe 3X grade wood is in excellent condition with just a few light handling mars. Complete with Winchester sling eyes and a hard rubber buttplate. Original sights include a Marble flip up rear sight, Lyman front sight and folding tang sight. Overall gun is excellent with 95% barrel blue. Receiver is at about 90% blue remaining and starting to turn a soft patina. Beautiful engraved game scenes! This gun is new to the market. It has been in my personal collection for over 40 years and before that it came out of a family in New England who had it since new. Fitted in a unique case that has a place for 2 boxes of cartridges. Also holds an extra clip on the bottom. On the lid is room for 2 extra clips in a slot. Winchester logo on the inside of the case and also a Winchester catalogue of tools accompanies it. Case and cartridges are in excellent condition. One of a kind outfit. I feel this was made for the Extra Finish Arms Catalogue of 1917 that never materialized because of WWI. The facts that I stated here are confirmed by a hand written letter by George Madis. Great gun!!
Modern $ 85,000.
MSG900 FACTORY ENGRAVED PRE-WAR DARNE 28 GAUGE SLIDING BREECH SHOTGUN
Item # MSG900
Overall gun is in near new condition with virtually all the barrel blue. The receiver is nicely engraved with a French gray color for finish. Wood is checkered and in very good condition. 14-1/2 inch LOP to end of a checkered buttstock. Double triggers. Nicely figured wood retains almost all original varnish. Clean little gun that weighs merely 5 pounds 4 ounces. These 28 gauge Darnes are very scarce. I only know of one other and that is in my personal collection. Excellent inside and out.
Modern $ 5,500.
MR1219 PRE WAR DIANA MODEL 20 AIR RIFLE
Item # MR1219
.177 caliber. These were made somewhere around 1937-1940. Gun is in beautiful condition with 95%+ bright blue finish. Original sights. Mechanics are excellent. Walnut stock is in excellent condition. This is a high quality German air rifle. I don't believe I have ever seen another one. Comes complete with a letter from the manufacturer stating facts about the gun.
Antique $ 395.
MSG903 DOUBLE BARREL HAMMER BELGIAN MADE 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN
Item # MSG903
29 inch barrels. Fair bores. Action is about fair. Slightly loose but still functions okay. Wood shows a fair amount of use with a lot of wear to the checkering. Still solid and sound with no splits or cracks. 14 inches to the end of a steel buttplate. Overall gun is generally brown. Good functioning locks marked Bridge Gun Co.
Modern $ 225.
MSG901 DOUBLE BARREL HAMMER SIDE BY SIDE GERMAN MADE SHOTGUN BY FOERSTER
Item # MSG901
Gun features a back action style lockplates. Horn trigger guard. Beautifully engraved with tight English style scrolls. Top opener. 31 inch barrels and excellent bores. High quality grade Damascus pattern is quite visible. Action has traces of case colors and has turned a silver color. Wood is in fine condition with a cheek piece, pistol grip stock and nicely checkered. Hard rubber buttplate. High quality gun by a well known maker. Should make a good shooter.
Modern $ 2,275.
MSG899 LEFEVER E-GRADE SIDE BY SIDE 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN
Item # MSG899
Featuring 32 inch barrels with automatic ejectors, double triggers, improved and modified chokes. Side lock action features game scenes engraved on both sides. A hunting dog on each side. Beautifully done engraving. Stock appears to have a well done piece inlaid into the stock making it a higher cheek piece. 14-1/4 inch LOP. 1-3/4 inch DAC and 2-5/8 inch DAH. KICK EEZ pad has been added. 90% original barrel blue. Receiver has about 80% bright vivid case colors remaining. Nice clean gun.
Modern $ 3,475.
MSG898 ITHACA GRADE 5 SINGLE BARREL TRAP
Item # MSG898
12 gauge. Ventilated rib. Beautifully engraved with a pheasant on one side and a wood cock on the other inlaid in gold. Wood is in excellent condition with most original lacquer. 1-5/8 inch DAC and 1-1/2 inch DAH. 15-1/2 inches LOP. Original Ithaca recoil pad. Overall gun is superb with 99% bright blue and nearly all vivid case colors. Beautiful gun inside and out.
Modern $ 4,500.
MSG897 CHARLES DALY DIAMOND QUALITY SIDE BY SIDE 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN
Item # MSG897
Choked improved modified and cylinder. Overall gun is beautifully done. Expertly engraved in floral pattern. Game scenes featuring a dog and pheasants and other various birds inlaid in gold on the receiver sides. Circassian style walnut has sharp checkering and a beautiful grained pattern. Measures 13 inches to the end of the wood and 14 inches to the end of the recoil pad. 1-7/8 inch DAC and 3-3/4 inch DAH. Overall metal is in excellent condition with 90% coin finish to the receiver. Prussian marked as well as the crossed hammer and pistol marking on the frame. Nice clean little gun.
Modern $ 9,975.
MSG894 W.C. SCOTT 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN
Item # MSG894
Features a 30 inch barrels with a solid rib. Automatic ejectors. Double triggers. Wood is in very good condition showing only minor wear to the checkering. Stocks measure 14 inches to the end of the buttplate. Barrels retain about 75% thinning blue. Receiver and side plates have 50% case colors. Beautiful scroll engraving nicely done. Mechanical condition is excellent and should make a fine shooter.
Modern $ 3,475.
MSG893 410 OVER AND UNDER BARETTA 687 SILVER PIGEON
Item # MSG893
Comes with plastic case. Gun is in "as new" condition. Beautiful gold inlaid birds in a case hardened action. Barrel retains all blue and receiver has all the case colors. Beautiful checkered wood. As new inside and out. A fairly scarce gun!
Modern $ 3,650.
MSG839 ITHACA 4 E SINGLE BARREL TRAP
Item # MSG839
Gun appears to have a complete factory restoration. Retains all of that refinish. Crisp sharp engraving. Wood is beautiful condition and has an Ithaca pad. Features 14-1/2 inch LOP. Just over 100k serial range. Should make a great shooter.
Modern $ 2,275.
MSG880 ALLEN & THURBER ENGRAVED PERCUSSION DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN
Item # MSG880
12 gauge. 30" solid rib Damascus bbls. Single brass bead on the concave rib. Bbl markings are "Allen & Thurber" and "Worcester". Bbls are brown with visible Damascus pattern. Hammers, action, forend cap and buttplate have light scroll engraving. Wood is in fair refinished condition with checkering worn smooth. Complete with wooden ramrod. Interesting back action percussion double shotgun.
Antique $ 2,295.
MR1139 ADAM SCHURF MARTINI ZIMMERSCHUETZEN RIFLE
Item # MR1139
Cal BB. 26-1/2" oct bbl with most of a reblue remaining. Good marking. Restored receiver, trigger guard and buttplate have bright vivid case colors. Deluxe checkered stock with cheek piece and thumb rest . There is a chip out at the toe and scratched checkering on the right side. Zimmerschuetzen sights.
Antique $ 2,275.
W761 HISTORIC HENRY PRESENTATION RIFLE
Item # W761
Cal 44RF. Early production serial number 1111. Right side of the receiver is period engraved "Edgar Totten Wisconsin April 8th From Wm. A Warren" For some unknown reason the year has been deliberately taken out. Many privately purchased Henry's were carried by soldiers from Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky (which cost them $42. About 3 months soldiers pay) during the Civil War. I found an Edgar Totten who mustered out of the 173rd Regiment in October of 1865. There was a William Warren listed from Bellevue, Iowa. He was the local sheriff and the leader of a posse during the "Bellevue War". He went on to become an important quartermaster for the Union Army in the Civil War. Not sure of the connection between the two or the reason for the presentation. This rifle is in Good overall condition showing honest wear and color for it's age. The rear sight is missing the slider. This is a great piece of American History that anyone would be proud to own.
Antique $ 67,500.
MSG851 BRASS BARREL BLUNDERBUSS FLINTLOCK
Item # MSG851
No markings appear on the bbl which measures 14-3/8" with 1-1/2" at the muzzle. Brass trigger guard and butt plate along with the bbl have a nice aged patina. The lock looks like it could be French but the rest of the gun seems to be an American assembly. Wood is got some areas of chipping and dings and has some sort of finish added. There is a replacement wooden rod. A great piece of History.
Antique $ 2,295.
MR1186 AMERICAN PERCUSSION HEAVY BARREL TARGET RIFLE
Item # MR1186
Cal 38 Percussion. 32" part octagon bbl with a slightly rebated muzzle cut for the false muzzle and starter. Sights include globe front sight and adjustable notch rear sight with long extension. Bbl has a bright blue finish and the marking "WESSON" on top of the oct part of the bbl. Rifle has German silver furniture and a half stock with a patch box. Gun weighs a hefty 14 lbs. Wood is in overall good refinished condition. There is some wood missing on the right side of the forend. A great conversation piece!
Antique $ 2,175.
MR1169 HAMILTON RIFLE NO.15
Item # MR1169
The Number 15 Hamilton boys rifle in 22 caliber. Metal is a brown/gray patina. Metal piece on the stock and the butt plate have been painted black. Wood looks nice and smooth. Original peep rear and blade front sights. Bore has roughness throughout and would benefit from a good cleaning.
Modern $ 315.
MR1168 HAMILTON RIFLE NUMBER 27
Item # MR1168
The Model 27 was the most popular of all Hamilton rifles with 500,000 being made. 22 caliber tip up frame boys rifle. This one has a pretty good bore with good rifling. Metal surfaces have been cleaned long ago. Wood is nice looking and refinished. A slight crack on the left side of the forearm. Original sights. A good entry level Hamilton to start your collection.
Modern $ 250.
MR1167 THE HAMILTON RIFLE NO.27
Item # MR1167
The Model 27 was the most popular of all Hamilton rifles with 500,000 being made. Just an honest looking brown patina gun. Bore has visible rifling. Would benefit from a good cleaning. Wood shows some wear with dings and scrapes. Original sights. Good Hamilton for the money.
Modern $ 285.
MR1166 THE HAMILTON RIFLE NO.027
Item # MR1166
The second highest production run of the Hamilton rifles with 250,000 produced starting in 1908. This is an honest looking rifle a fair amount of original blue present with the balance turning a plum/brown patina. Butt plate also has good blue. Smooth tip up. Crisp action. Good bore. Wood is decent light handling mars and scratches. This is a good example.
Modern $ 300.
MR1155 THE HAMILTON NO. 027 RIFLE
Item # MR1155
This is a high condition Number 027 Hamilton rifle with most all original blue remaining. Butt plate looks as good as the frame. Crisp action. Best bore I have seen on a Hamilton. Original sights. Wood is in good condition also. 250,000 produced starting in 1908. This is a fine example of a Hamilton if you only want to have one.
Modern $ 395.
MR1154 HAMILTON RIFLE NO.27
Item # MR1154
The Model 27 was the most popular of all Hamilton rifles. This is the later Model 27 with the 1907 patent date. The HAMILTON RIFLE No.27.22cal. Patented Oct.30 1900,-Aug.13, 1907 Mfd. by C.J Hamilton and Son. Plymouth, Mich.U.S.A. SPECIFICATIONS: Action type: Tip-up barrel Weight: 2 1/2 lbs. Caliber: .22 rim fire Length: 30 inches Barrel length: 15 inches Mfd. Dates: 1906-1930 App. Mfd.: 500,000. Bore has visible rifling. Brown patina with traces of original blue showing through. Front of the rear sight is missing. Replacement screw holding stock on. Wood is not bad. Some light dings. A good entry level Hamilton.
Modern $ 260.
MR1144 THE HAMILTON RIFLE NUMBER 51 IN 22 LR
Item # MR1144
The Model 51 rifle was the first Hamilton rifle to be chambered for the .22 Long Rifle cartridge. This one looks as though it was used quite a bit. Thinning barrel blue with scratches. Good bore. Original sights but missing the peep sight. Receiver is a blue/brown/plum color. The wood is all there but does have numerous scrapes and scuffs. These were made between 1935 - 1941. This is basically an honest looking used Hamilton.
Modern $ 290.
MR1142 DAISY V/L PRESENTATION MODEL
Item # MR1142
It is a .22 V/L cal. (case less air ignited cartridge). Daisy produced these for a very short time (1968-69) when the BATF ruled that the gun constituted a firearm and since Daisy was only licensed to manufacture air weapons they decided to discontinue production. 18" round bbl, blued metal, standard sights and walnut stock. Only 4,000 of these Special Presentation Model rifles were produced for dealers. This one is in VG condition with just a couple scratches on the metal and wood.
Modern $ 475.
R2241 VERY RARE ELLIOT RING TRIGGER DERRINGER
Item # R2241
Cal 32 RF. 3-3/8" 4-shot stationary cluster bbl, ring trigger, rotating firing pin and hard rubber grips. Bbl and ring have a nickel finish with most nickel remaining. Frame is gold plated with some wear. Nice little colletor piece!
Antique $ 2,995.
MSG807 WARDS WESTERN FIELD 410 SxS
Item # MSG807
26" Bbls, Markings are "Wards Western Field Model 50". On the bbl is "Selected Forged Steel" and "Proof tested 410 bore 3 in chamber". This gun was made by Stevens Arms Company and sold to major marketers such as Wards. This one is in exceptional condition. Normally these are well used but this one is not. Nearly all blue remains. Case colored frame has nearly all case colors. Dimmed lightly especially at the carry point. Wood is also in good overall condition. This has the Western Field recoil pad which is correct to this gun. Nice solid lock -up. Excellent bores. Comes with a Letter from J. Stevens Company.
Modern $ 1,250.
MR1193 PAIR OF ALEXANDER HENRY DOUBLE RIFLES
Item # MR1193
Beautiful pair of double rifles manufactured by the famous Scottish gunsmith. Factory ledgers list these by serial number as being sold to Harry Panmure Gordon. Gordon was the founder of Panmure Gordon & Co. stockbroker and investment bank. Both guns have outstanding detailed English scroll work, Damascus bbls, banners and "Alex Henry, Edinburgh and London Maker to their Royal Highness' The Prince of Wales and Duke of Edinburgh" on top of the ribs. Forearms are checkered as is the pistol grip buttstocks. They have blade front sights, shadow line cheekpieces, red recoil pads. The grip caps have small trapdoors that hold replacement firing pins. Both have a good amount of original brown finish on bbls and case color on frames. One has a recoil pad that has hardened and deteriorated. The other has partially refinished buttstock and period replacement recoil pad. Mechanics are good on both rifles. There is a leather takedown case with the "Alexander Henry Edinburgh & London" label inside the cover but it is in very poor condition and missing all the straps. Also some papers about Mr. Gordon and a book "The Land of the Almighty Dollar" written by Gordon accompanies them. These are a beautiful pair of double rifles manufactured by a famous Scottish gunsmith and owned by a prominent well known individual.
Antique $ 23,500 .
MR1132 BURLINGTON VERMONT HALF STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLE
Item # MR1132
Cal 44. 31-1/2" oct bbl. Dovetail front sight. Rear sight is missing elevator. Bore has good rifling with some pitting. Brass tipped hickory ram rod. Brass trigger guard, sideplate and buttplate. Lock is engraved with visible markings. Metal is mostly brown with some pitting. Walnut stock with cheek piece has chips and glued repair at the lock and sideplate areas. This rifle would look awesome hanging in your den or above the fireplace!
Antique $ 475.
MR1131 THOMPSON CENTER KIT GUN
Item # MR1131
Cal 50. 29" oct bbl. Sights include a globe front sight and adjustable rear sight. Double set triggers. Bbl retains most blue with some added engraving at the muzzle and breech end. Case colored lock with simple scroll engraving. Walnut stock in good condition with brass fittings including patch box and ram rod holders. Brass tipped ram rod. Nice percussion rifle.
Antique $ 275.
MR1130 HALF STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLE
Item # MR1130
Cal 58. 40" oct bbl with smooth bore. Sights include a blade front sight and sporting rear sight. Engraved lock is quite worn . Metal is mostly a brown color. Brass trigger guard and buttplate. Rifle is missing ramrod and toe plate. Lock is loose in the maple stock with an attempted repair. Wood has some finish remaining with numerous handling mars and wear. Nice looking gun for above the fireplace or in the cabin.
Antique $ 275.
MR235A HARPERS FERRY CONVERSION RIFLE
Item # MR235A
Antique $ 3,750.
MR599 MODEL 1819 HARPERS FERRY RIFLE
Item # MR599
It has a very interesting conversion to breech loading shotgun in 20 GA. Hammer must be pulled to cock position to draw the spring loaded firing pin back that has been neatly inserted into the breech chamber. By pulling back on the spur lever the receiver can be opened much wider of an elevation to fit in the cartridge. The underside of the breech hand ejector has been made neatly installed underneath the stock in front of the rear bbl bed to remove the spent shot shell. There is also a reinforced plate riveted over the top of the breech area to help contain excessive pressure. Very interesting alteration. Marked on the side of the receiver is "1832". Good sound wood. Plum-brown patina colorations with light markings. Original swivels and complete with functional ramrod.
Antique $ 2,500.
MR591 MODEL 1819 HARPERS FERRY HALL RIFLE DATED 1831
Item # MR591
Converted to percussion in caliber 52. It has a normal 32-1/2" bbl with 16 groove rifling. Receiver carries the normal "Hall" markings. This gun is altered to percussion in the Federal style. Metal showing some scattered light pitting in breech area and buttplate. Minor pitting on the balance of the metal. Wood is in overall good condition with no major cracks or nicks beyond normal handling. Original sling swivels and correct ram-rod.
Antique $ 2,650.
MR590 MODEL 1819 HARPERS FERRY CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION RIFLE
Item # MR590
Caliber 52. Original 32-1/2" bbl with 16 groove rifling. Receiver is marked with the usual 4 line markings "J H Hall-H. Ferry-US 1831". Overall metal is generally VG with a light gunmetal grey patina coloration. The breach bolt has probably had some touch up to it at one time. Some minor signs of artificial coloring on it. Trigger guard is moderately pitted. Original wood has some chips towards the back of the receiver and some minor cracks towards the front of the forearm which have been repaired and are sound. Original sling swivels. Condition is VG with some minor signs of poor storage.
Antique $ 2,900.
MR587 VERY RARE MODEL 1819 NORTH MARKED HALL MUSKET DATED 1831
Item # MR587
Altered to percussion in caliber 52. It has the standard 32-1/2" bbl with 16 groove rifling. Receiver marked "US-S North-Middleton Conn 1831". This gun was factory altered to percussion using the Federal style percussion hammer. Overall metal looks to be in excellent plus condition and has been polished to a bright nickel metal coloration with some very minor pits around the breech area. Lighter markings on top of the receiver. Original wood has some very minor stress cracks on both sides of the receiver but is sound and solid. Mechanical condition is VG. It has the original sling swivels. The gun looks great having been polished heavily as a lot of them were when new.
Antique $ 3,275.
MR1096 BEAUMONT VITALI MODEL 1871 RIFLE MADE IN 1876
Item # MR1096
Cal 11.3x51R. 32.1/2" bbl. Bolt mounted ejector and a magazine cut-off. 4 round non-detachable box magazine. These were used by the Dutch Army through WWII. Bridge is stamped E327 with matching number on parts including the bolt and handle. Several inspector and proof stamps all over the gun including the sight. Butt plate is stamped 18 90 3808 which matches the bbl marking. All metal has aged to a gray/brown coloration. Bore is near mint. Comes complete with bayonet, ram rod and sling swivels. A very interesting rifle!
Antique $ 575.
S22F FACTORY ENGRAVED SAVAGE MODEL 95 RIFLE
Item # S22F
Beyond a shadow of a doubt the finest 95 Savage ever produced. It was made for W.S. Stratton. Stratton was the owner of the Cripple Creek mines. He sold the mines in 1900 for $10 million which was a large amount of money at the time. He ordered a half dozen of these factory engraved Savages. This was his own personal gun. I purchased it years ago from Bob Funk of Wyoming and he had personally bought it from the Estate of Stratton. The gun has good provenance having been in my personal collection for a number of years and previously in Mr. Funk's collection. The early 95 Savages were made by Marlin before Art Savage got his factory going. The engraving on this was done by one of the Ulrichs. Features a dog and a deer in a motif on one side and scroll work on the other. The gun is in excl cond with about 75% vivid case colors with some areas turning silvery. The bbl retains 98% orig bright blue. Correct sights. Excl bore. Lyman flip up rear sight and folding tang sight. Fancy deluxe checkered walnut stocks retain most orig high gloss finish and have a few mars, dings and compression marks from storage but no cracks or splits. No signs of any refinish. Rifle butt retains a fair amount of case colors turning a silver color. Gun is excl+ all orig cond throughout and undoubtedly the finest 95 to have surfaced to date. There are only about 6 factory engraved 95 Savages that will letter. There is probably about another 6 or 8 out there that do not letter. I think I have seen them all and this is definitely the finest one. Great investment! This gun has a Factory Letter accompanying it that states the gun was ordered by Stratton and shipped directly to him in 1896.
Antique $ 45,000.
MSG881 ITHACA GRADE 4E FLUES MODEL
Item # MSG881
20 ga double bbl. 28" bbls with a solid matte rib choked modified and full. Good amount of orig blue finish on bbls. Slight wear at the muzzle. Case colored scroll engraved frame that has aged to a grey patina. Fleur-de-lis checkered pistol grip stock is in good condition. Typical handling mars. Rubber recoil pad.
Modern $ 3,995.
MSG882 ITHACA FLUES GRADE 4E DOUBLE BBL SHOTGUN
Item # MSG882
12 ga. 28" solid matte rib bbl. Single steel bead sight. Bbls choked modified and full. LOP 13-1/4". Engraving on the case hardened frame with floral scrolls and game bird scenes. Checkered stocks with Fluer-de-lis design. Ithaca hard rubber buttplate.
Modern $ 3,775.
MSG848 RARE YOUTH BOXLOCK ITHACA FLUES
Item # MSG848
Grade 4 20 ga. 24" bbls choked improved modified and improved modified. White bead front sight. Bbls retain most all of a professional re-blue. Bores are excellent. Frame retains a good amount of silver plate with some areas of flaking. There is a dog scene on each side and a quail on the belly. Beautiful refinished wood has fancy fleur-de-lis checkering. Hard rubber buttplate and LOP 12-1/2". Triggers, top lever and safety are done in gold wash. This is a beautiful and rare Ithaca Youth Boxlock!
Modern $ 3,100.
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