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With early-war leather wrist strap in supple condition. Compass lens shows fogging from mineral spirit filling and, of course, age. Mfg'd by Foster Grant. Used to hold manuals in vehicles and field carry. Condition to all is about fine. Wrist compass with discoloration to lens. Condition is fine with light scuffs and minor paint loss along edge. Most with unissued Carlisle bandage.

Rare than light OD version. Note remnant of bundle tag. Light OD pads marked ''L'' and ''R'' with mfg. All GIs issued M36 musette bags and pistol belts were issued these. M3 mags are longer than Thompsons. Scabbard made with authentic hardware, with elk thong and web leg strap. Condition to all is fine to near excellent, showing light soiling from storage. Condition to all is fine to near excellent, showing light use, minor rust stains, and intentional aging.

Lot of Original and Replica Paratrooper Gear: Worn as re-enactor for 12 years, so very salty and right. Made from original bag by What Price Glory. Includes original safety pin. Neoprene in this and M5 mask was subject to ''cold set'' deformation when subjected to cold temperatures.

Battle harness with minor fraying and fraying. Contains M light, LG tripod, M shoulder stock, JS telegraph key with cord damaged for remote signaling, M red goggles damaged , and tech manual All in BG bag. Condition to signaling unit is excellent. Exterior of bag with small repairs.


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In Japanese Occupation, made of OD shirt fabric. Original with belted ear flaps, with 10th Mountain DI. Marine Corps unit with light sun fading. Lot of Two 2: Along with Model Tanker Goggles, in issue Resistal box. Tanker's helmet remains in near pristine condition with minor scuffs to high edges.

Goggles show de-lamination to one lens, but with good strap and eyepiece rubber. Box with some water damage. Earliest version of what became Model field bag. Earliest example of rubberized canvas and very rare. Padded straps and large ''D'' ring. Increasingly rare and unissued. Condition to all is very good. WWII Thompson submachine gun pouch is near new; all others show light to moderate soiling.

Jeep cap was unsewn to remove bill. WWI type used tie string, not buckle belt. Also worn during Battle of the Bulge. Condition to all is fine showing minor soiling. Lot of Gun-Related Items: All items in good condition. Colt Model Semi-Automatic Pistol, ,. Condition is very good to fine as most likely overhauled during the early part of WWII; now showing a Du-Lite finish of which approx.

Grips with moderate flattening and oil staining. Condition is excellent as overhauled, retaining approx. Grips and action are crisp, bore is bright. Condition is fine as overhauled, retaining approx. Grips with moderate flattening. Slide is slightly later than the frame. Front sight is missing. Grips and action are crisp, bore is fine. Shipped June 26, , to the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Condition is very good as refinished. Magazine with corrosion but functional. Bottom of triggerguard etched with old social security number.

Grips with small losses to checking. Post-war magazine and later front sight, all of which can be easily corrected. Two of the knives' handles are professionally etched with the previous owner's names. Conditions vary from fair to very good. Blades show signs of age and wear. Four of the knives show cracks or losses to the pearl handles. Jigged bone handle with nickel silver shield, nickel silver bolsters, and brass pins. Blade shows signs of light use and sharpening with clear and well-defined maker's marks, and remains tight with a strong snap. Nickel silver with mild toning and micro-scratching.

Handle has been repaired near one of middle pins. Lot of Two 2 Early W.

Stag handles with nickel silver pins and bolsters. Condition is good and very good. Blades show signs of age, wear, and cleaning. The blades on the Stockman knife with moderate pitting, as well as the possible replacement of one of the stag scales colors do not match. Blade with signs of wear, sharpening, and cleaning, including scattered light carbon spotting and pinprick pitting. Marbles stamp is clear and well defined. Leather handle remains tight with cracking from age. Pommel with a little horizontal movement.

Included is an unmarked leather five-pin ''Hilt Knife'' sheath, with smooth snap.

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Blade with signs of wear, sharpening, and cleaning, including scattered light carbon spotting. Handle remains tight with a few small patches of deterioration to the leather. Pommel with two cracks but remains tight. Leather sheath with scuffs and scratches. Keeper strap with moderate cracking and one small tear. Lot of Five 5 Firearms Reference Books: Smith Shotgun'', by Lt. Models of and , Volume 3, by Arthur Pirkle. Vintage Pacific Gun Sight Co. Conditions range from very good to excellent. The three hardcover books with dust covers.

Lithographs, including one of Abraham Lincoln, the other of Confederate leaders, and many others taken from a copy of the book ''The Great Rebellion'', by J. Four 4 with cavity molds fitted, marked ''. Along with three 3 handles without blocks, one antique Winchester single cavity mold in. Modern items are in very good condition; the Winchester item is near excellent; the Ideal tool is good and should clean. Winchester Brand Onion Sack, with Winchester lightning bolt logo. Interesting, and in very good condition. Pre-War Western American Saddle, with nickel silver conchos, leather-covered stirrups, typical western floral pattern decoration with scalloped border.

Condition is very good showing moderate use. A nice piece of pre-war tack. High Quality Reproduction of a Batty Peace Flask, originally dating from the s, and correct with all Dragoon type revolvers. Condition is very good with even patination. Missing two of the three spout retainer screws.

Loss of definition to high points of eagle shield. Thirty 30 Miniature Firearms, Trinkets, and Charms. Box Lot of Six 6 Antique Bootjacks, four iron bugs, one aluminum bug, and one reclining nude. Condition to all is very good with some paint losses on the older examples. Wilson; Remington K; and four 4 large knives by Nichols Bros.

Conditions range from good to very good, showing signs of age and use. Mfg'd , with solid non-takedown frame. Condition is fair, missing magazine feed tube, several small pins and screws, retaining approx. Action needs work, bore should clean. Winchester Model Lever Action Rifle, ,. Condition is very good as shortened, retaining approx. Stock with scuffs and oil darkening. Large buckhorn Winchester-type rear sight; standard front sight. Action and bore are good.

Stock with light scuffs and minor toning. Colt Lightning Double Action Revolver, ,. Double action functions correctly; single action only to half cock. Iron components with heavy corrosion; nickel-plated brass frame and sideplate are near fine with near crisp engraving. Grips with minor toning. Colt Single Action Army Revolver, ,. Condition is fine as refinished and converted to. Colt barrel and cylinder appear to be late 50s to early 60s replacements and retains approx.

Later made hardwood grips fit well and show just light marks from handling. Action is good and crisp, bore is mirror bright. In more modern Mexican leather holster. Revolver features Mexican style light engraving to right side of frame and barrel with very light treatment to left side. Condition is very good as modified, retaining approx. Grips with minor scuffs and scratches.

Action is mostly tight, bore is very good. Rear portion of revolver is all serial numbered to match; forward portion is Condition is good with moderate overall general patination. Grips with wear and thinning and losses to left side at butt; cartouches are faintly visible. Barrel has been shortened approx. Wedge and screw are modern replacements.

Action functions, bore is fair. Model Navy Percussion Revolver, ,. Condition is excellent showing virtually no use. In red velvet-lined mahogany case, with bullet mold, combination tool, powder flask, primer feed device, and two books, ''Colt Revolvers for the Canadian Cavalry'', by Nathan Swayze, and ''The Canadian Arms Collecting Journal'', Vol. Condition is excellent, appearing as new and unused, with only the slightest trace of index marks to cylinders. External scuffing to case. Grips with heavy flattening to checks. Condition is good as mismatched, retaining little original finish.

Grips with additional coat of varnish. Good functioning action, bore is fair. Single Action Revolver, ,. Condition is about very good with moderate toning and thinning to barrel and cylinder. Even patination to brass frame. Grips with losses to varnish and small scuffs. Condition is excellent with very small losses to nickel near muzzle and light general micro-scratching overall. Grips with light flattening. Moderate flattening to grips. Condition is fair, action needs work, bore is dark. Good grips and action, fair bore. Condition is very good to near fine, retaining approx.

Good grips and action, very good bore. Action needs a little work. Finish has thinned to approx. Grips are good with some varnish loss. Bore is very good. Grips with thinning to varnish. Grips with moderate smoothing with losses to both panels at butt. Condition is fair retaining approx. Missing central sideplate screw. Action needs work, bore is dark. Rusty Relic, as found, with at least one spent brass cartridge remaining in cylinder.

Appears to be a 1st Model with lanyard loop in butt. Remington Smoot Revolver, ,. Condition is good as re-nickeled over light pitting. Grips with moderate flattening to checks. Crisp action, fair bore. Grips with moderate to heavy flattening. Manhattan-American Standard Tool Co.

Grips with mild to just moderate scuffs. Action is crisp, bore is good to very good. Condition is good to very good with traces of blue. Grips and action are good, bore is dark with visible lands and grooves. Grips and action remain crisp. Bore is mirror bright. A very nice example of a turn-of-the-Century Lemonsqueezer. American Standard Tool Co.

Condition is good to very good with little finish remaining to barrel assembly and even patination to frame. Grips with moderate losses to varnish. Cylinder scene is approx. Action works intermittently, bore is fair. Action functions intermittently, as pawl spring may be broken; bore is fair. Condition is very good with light to moderate speckling to nickel surfaces, much of which should clean. Small losses to cylinder. Grips, action and bore are good. Condition is near excellent with only very small losses to finish. Grips are crisp, action is good, bore is very good.

Dickinson Single Shot Pistol, ,. Brass with even toning. Later bone grips fit well. James Warner Pocket Cartridge Revolver, ,. Condition is good with finish in protected areas.


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Grips with moderate scuffs and losses to varnish. Good functioning action and bore. Large Frame Plant's Mfg. Rarely seen in large format configuration. Barrel and cylinder have thinned and toned to approx. Grips are good with one small loss at right panel toe. Action needs work, ejector bar is missing. Condition is good retaining little original blue and silver in protected areas. Good functioning action, fair bore. American Arms Top-Break Revolver, ,. A Single Action spurtrigger example with unique split-ring extractor system.

Crisp grips and action, bore is very good. Nickel gun in very good condition retaining approx. Otis Smith Spurtrigger Pocket Revolver, ,. Top of frame marked ''Smith's Patent April 15, ''. Grips with thinning to finish. Condition to both is fair to good. Grips and action are good, bore is very good.

Condition is fair with moderate pitting overall, which has been cleaned. Good grips, action works intermittently. Condition to both is about very good, each retaining approx. Actions are good, bores range from fair to good. Grips with mild flattening and small loss to right panel at butt. With brown leather holster included. Lot of Two 2 Antique Socket Bayonets: Both with locking rings and screws.

Condition to both is very good overall with dark patination and carbon spotting present. Brown Bess Iron Bayonet, triangular blade length is 16'', tube interior dimension is approx. Condition is very good with light to moderate general frosting. Model Foot Officer's Sword, 30'' unadorned blade, 36'' overall, with brass hilt and guard, and ribbed horn grip. Condition is good with moderate spotting and oxidation to blade. Brass components need tightening. Grip with small loss near top of left side.

Militia Light Artillery Saber, 30'' lightly etched blade, 35'' overall, with grooved wood grip. Mfg'd and used throughout the American Civil War. Condition is fine with light carbon spotting to blade, moderate patination to hilt and guard, with some losses to wood grip. Scabbard has been later painted silver. Condition to both is good with light surface corrosion, much of which should clean. Condition is good with moderate overall patination.

Both in good condition. Condition is very good with moderate overall patination. Smoothing to stock with small fracture to rear apex of lockplate, and a loss to stock beneath hammer to right side of upper tang. Nipple appears to be a period replacement. Rear sight missing secondary leaf. Condition is fair, for parts or restoration. Missing internal screws and lock work, as well as ramrod. Southgate began the mfg. Old timers will remember his advertisements in Muzzleblasts periodical.

In his lifetime Southgate completed slightly over total firearms. He handmade bullet molds for his individual firearms that were typically cherried for. Stock with minor nicks and scuffs. Stock with some tape residue near patchbox. Barrel with small areas of light corrosion. Action is crisp, bore is very good and should clean. Condition is good with moderate overall patination to metal surfaces. Forend tip with bone inlay.

Missing rear sight elevator. Remington New Model No. Condition is good with light to moderate overall patina to blue and case surfaces. Forend with light scuffing. Stock has been broken and repaired and could use a little work. Stock with good cartouches, minor scuffs and oil darkening. Tapered losses to upper portion of rear handguard at both side edges. Condition is good with moderate general toning to metal surfaces.

Stock with scuffs and scratches. Good functioning action, very good bore. Martini-Enfield Single Shot Rifle, ,.

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Stock with oil darkening, scuffs and dings. Markings are crisp, action is good, bore with frosting in the grooves. Condition is good with light general overall toning. Stock with moderate bruises and losses near ramrod channel. Action is good, working extractor, and bore is at least fine and should clean to excellent. Stock appears to be dark stained hardwood and not walnut, possibly made up for motion picture use.

Condition is very good as modified with light marks from handling. Ramrod is a later made replacement. A great display piece. Condition is fair as re-nickeled. Grips with smoothing and losses. Action functions, bore is dark. Condition is good with moderate to heavy toning. Good working action, stock with repair at wrist.

Condition is good retaining little original finish. Grips show minor dings and light toning. Mfg'd to approx. Barrels have been cleaned. Ratchet firing pin operates as designed. Brass with light even toning. Smoothing to grips with very small loss at heel of right panel. Good action, fair bores. Condition is excellent showing little use and minor toning to barrel. Condition is excellent with nice markings, good grips, and working action. Condition is fair, action needs some work, but overall very nice.

Condition is overall fair, action needs work, grips with losses. Shows well, action needs work. Condition is very good as re-nickeled. Grips remain fractionally small with light marks from handling. Condition is very good as refinished, retaining approx. European Single Shot Flintlock Pistol,. Appears to be a modern or trade copy of the French type. An interesting American single shot pistol from the late s.

Condition is excellent showing minor thinning to finish. Good grips and action, bore is very good. In contemporary handmade pine case with red velvet interior. Blade and guard with light carbon spotting. Handle with pressure dings and oil darkening. All are in fine condition. The Order of the Crown shows some fading to purple ribbon.

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John the Evangelist, St. John the Baptist, St. Peter at the top, St. Paul at the bottom, and Christ the Redeemer in the center of the cross. The reverse is decorated with the names of each Saint in Latin and is awarded in three degrees -- gold, silver and bronze - to practicing Catholics in recognition of merit, and is bestowed by the Holy See. Lapel rosette is present, miniature medal is missing. This gold version appears to be gilt over silver.

Exterior of box with light to moderate edge scuffs and thinning to Moroccan leather. Probably dating from the s. Seldom seen in private hands. Liner and chinstrap are present, but their condition is fair. Condition is about fine as soldier modified with early war Mediterranean type camouflage. Liner and chipstrap are missing, as are headband rivets.

Interior stamped ''ET64'' and personalized with the name ''Krieger''. Interior liner is in fair condition, missing string tie, with some splits to loopholes. Decal with high metallic content. Runes of proper dimension, but should be inspected closely. Good liner and correct glove buttons to chinstrap and ear covers. Condition is very good, framed in shadowbox.

Condition is very good with minor nicks and scuffs from handling to haft. One crack running lengthwise to left side; right escutcheon plate with circular loss to center. Scarce and seldom seen. Standard by Alcoso, and the Hitler Youth by E. Condition is both is fine to very good. Standard with some thinning to nickel plate at pommel. Hitler Youth with small loss to right grip panel at upper corner. Condition is excellent with imperceptible runner lines to blade. Dick, early maker of SA knives and many of the original Rohm inscribed knives, mfg'd this dagger in the early '30s, showing thin grind marks to reverse side of blade.

Brown scabbard paint has been painted over black. Standard motto to obverse, with correct eagle and ''SA'' enameled disc. Condition is good to very good with even patination to nickeled parts. Scuffs and oil darkening to grip area. Paint losses to scabbard. Potential buyers are encouraged to preview in person. Condition is excellent with light runner lines to blade. Scabbard has toned mostly dark. Japanese Occupation Made Katana, 18'' blade, 26'' overall, faux ivory grip, brass pierced tsuba, in Moroccan leather covered scabbard.

Condition is very good showing wear to scabbard, bright blade, and repaired fractures to handle area. Grip and scabbard have been painted silver but can easily be restored. Condition is very good with some losses of paint to scabbard. Condition is fair as sporterized. Condition is fine as mismatched, retaining approx. Bright bolt with light carbon spotting. Muzzle is slightly counter-bored. Stock with minor scuffs and oil darkening.

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Stock with light scuffs and some shrinkage. Stock with scuffs, dings, and losses to finish. Action is good, bore is very good which should clean. Condition is very good as arsenal refinished retaining approx. Stock with oil staining and repairs. Condition is good as modified. Metal portions show later type arsenal refinish.

European walnut stock has toned slightly. Etienne, , 8mm Lebel cal. Condition is good to very good with light toning to exposed metal surfaces. Stock with scuffs, scratches, and oil staining. Missing front sight blade. Receiver ring marked ''Karl Gustafs Stadf ''. Condition is about fine with all visible matching numbers, except front sight group. Blue portions retain approx.

Stock with even general toning. Bayonet ring with small ding that needs to be straightened. Rifle features magazine cutoff. Stock with scuffs and dings and oil darkening. Condition is good with mismatched parts and moderate toning and thinning to finish. Stock with only minor dings and oil darkening. Condition is about fine with thinning to exposed part of barrel. Stock with light sanding and minor repairs. Crisp action, very good bore. Condition is fine as sporterized. Stock is fine, action is good, bore is fair. Condition is very good to fine. Swedish Mauser partially sporterized Bolt Action Carbine, , 6.

Condition is very good with all matching visible numbers. Beech stock with some sanding. Condition is good to very good with moderate overall patination. Stock with minor scuffs and oil darkening and clear cartouche. Action is good, bore is fine and should clean some. Blade at its widest point measures 3'' and the knife itself weighs over 3 pounds.

Hardwood handle with brass pins, full brass guard and pommel. Leather sheath stamped with the letter ''R'' on the front side. Blade shows signs of use along the cutting edge. Brass parts with surface scratches, toning, and patches of discoloration from the build-up of verdigris. Leather sheath with scuffs and scratches and some areas of discoloration.

Stitching and seams remain tight. Lot of Two 2 Folding Knives, by P. Stainless steel blade is marked ''Tomes'' the reverse is marked ''USA. Stag handles with nickel silver pins. Condition to both is very good. Bullet knife with water marks on blade but with original factory edge. Stag handles remain sharp. Patches of light surface rust to the Model 1-F blade, should clean easily. Mirror polished guard, smooth red and black handle is made of wood, with a leather sheath stamped ''RB''. Condition is excellent and as new, showing no use. Leather sheath with scuffs, scratches, tight stitching and seams.

Included is an unmarked leather sheath. Leather sheath with minor scratches. With unmarked leather sheath. Lara of Santa Barbara. Condition of the Cheatham and Beaver knives are excellent and as new, showing no use. Gamble knife is very good, the blade with minor discoloration and water marks. Hardwood handle with stainless pins and ferrule. With a ''Hornby'' stamped leather sheath.

Condition to both knives is excellent, showing no use. Leather sheaths with minor scuffs and discoloration. Condition to all is excellent, only the small skinner shows signs of light use to the knife and sheath. Condition of the Bates knives are excellent and as new, showing no use. The Crain knife is very good, showing no use. The nickel silver bolsters with moderate to heavy discoloration and scratching from poor storage. Lot of Two 2 Custom Knives, by P. Jigged bone handle with nickel silver pins and bolsters.

Condition to both is excellent, showing no use. Blade and bolsters on the folding knife with light micro-scratching. Smooth ebony wood handle with stainless steel bolsters, pins, and shield. Smooth antique bone handle with brass pins and stainless steel bolster, shield, and ferrule. Blades are tight with a strong snap. Bolsters and shield with fine micro-scratching. Brown micarta handle with stainless pins and bolsters. Condition is fine to near excellent overall, showing no use.

Stainless bolsters with mostly fine micro-scratching from sheath storage and removal. Leather sheath with mild scuffs and scratches, stitching and seams remain tight. The overall length is 9''. Hardwood handle with a leather bootlace style wrist thong and unmarked leather sheath. Hardwood handle with stainless pins and an unmarked leather sheath.

Condition of the Steve Mullin knife is excellent, showing no use. Hardwood with light marks from handling. The leather sheath with minor scuffs and scratches. Condition of the Barr Quarton knife is very good overall, showing signs of light use. Factory edge remains with light micro-scratching and watermarks to the blade.

Handle with surface scratches and several hairline cracks. Stag handle with mosaic pins. Condition is fine overall, showing no use. Guard with discoloration due to prolonged sheath storage. Leather sheath with mild discoloration near the throat, with tight stitching and seams. With leather Jeff Morgan sheath stamped on back ''JM''. With leather Jeff Morgan sheath stamped on the back ''JM''. Condition of the drop-point Hunter is very good overall.

Blade shows signs of light use and sharpening. The tanto is excellent, showing no use. Hardwood scales with light handling marks. Lot of Two 2 Custom Knives, by Karlin: Black micarta handle with stainless steel pins and ferrule. With black unmarked leather sheath. Custom skinning knife, solid one-piece construction.

Black micarta grips with very light marks from handling. Nickel silver pins with fine micro-scratching. Lot of Two 2 Harry K. Leather Tru-Bal sheath with thirteen 13 stars stamped around the outside edge. Condition is very good to fine, with signs of light use overall. American Hunter with very light scattered pitting to blade and moderate pressure dings to handle.

Leather sheaths with minor scuffs and scratches; stitching and seams remain tight. Condition is excellent showing just light muzzle wear. Condition is about fine as refinished and modified, showing just light general range use.


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  7. Smooth crisp action, bright bore. Condition is about fine showing just light general range use. Condition is near excellent showing just light range use. Condition is excellent showing light field use, with wear at high edges, and one small spot to right side ejector rod housing. Grips, action and barrel are fine. Condition is excellent showing light handling marks and small areas of holster wear. Grips with minor flattening. Action needs work in that single action hammer will not stay back, and ejection star is missing its pawl.

    Italian Dakota Single Action Revolver, ,. Condition is excellent showing little use. Condition is fair, missing loading gate, and needing action work, with many original Colt parts. Condition is excellent showing light thinning to forward and high edges of cylinder and at muzzle. Red ramp front sight and white outline rear sight. Condition is excellent, appearing near new, showing only light traces of use. Condition is excellent showing light handling marks. Ruger Redhawk Double Action Revolver, ,.

    Condition is excellent, appearing new and unfired, in original box with instructions. Dating from the early s. Condition is near excellent with very light marks from handling. Topstrap has been drilled for a scope with four holes. Condition is excellent showing light index mark to cylinder and minor wear at muzzle. Condition is excellent showing only the slightest range use.

    Mild carbon spotting to bright sides of hammer. Condition is excellent, appearing as new, in original box. Condition is excellent showing little use and appearing near new. Complete with barrel, spring, guide, magazine, and ejector. Condition is excellent showing little to no use. Box with tattering and tape repairs. Condition is about fine showing light micro-scratching to flat sides of slide.

    Box with moderate scuffs and scratches. Condition is fine with light edgewear and minor discoloration, which should clean. Crisp grips and action, bore is very good and should clean to bright. Red ramp front and white outline rear sights. Polishing might not be factory but it is well accomplished.

    Good grips, crisp action, bright bore. Condition is excellent with light marks from handling. Condition is excellent showing just light marks to high edges on left side of slide. Early Walther P88 Semi-Automatic Pistol, , 9mm, 4'' barrel, blue finish, factory checkered black plastic grips, with one round USA magazine, in original box with text target, instructions and cleaning rod.

    Condition is about fine showing light range use with wear at high edges. Box shows high edgewear to box and minor tape losses. Condition is excellent with light general range use. Minor thinning and light scuffs at muzzle and beneath slide stop. Feedback If you need help or have a question for Customer Service, contact us. Would you like to report poor quality or formatting in this book? Click here Would you like to report this content as inappropriate? Click here Do you believe that this item violates a copyright?

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