Serial No. 1683P, made in 1874, 11mm, 33.75" barrel. Single Shot Imperial German Infantry rifle with matching serial numbers expect for floor plate and butt plate. Bore is good with light frosting visible in the grooves. Rifling remains strong. Standard Imperial markings are seen on receiver, bolt and stock. Stock is good with expected nicks, dings and scratches. Action functions correctly....
Foreign Military Antique Long Guns
Serial No. 6518, made in 1887, .577/450, 33.5" round barrel. Metal is a grey patina, bore shows frosting in the grooves. Rifling remains strong, Barrel is marked for Nepal use, Receiver is marked "CROWN/V.R./ENFIELD/1887/CROWN, BROAD ARROW/IV/I".Stock has handsome cartouches on the right side of the buttsock, stock has excepted handling and usage wear. Cleaning rod is missing.
Serial No. G3463, made in 1888. .577/450 with a 33" round proofed barrel. Bore is good with frosting visible in the grooves, rifling remains strong. Barrel and receiver are a brown/grey patina with traces of original blue noted. Stock shows expected nicks,dings and scratches. Handsome cartouches are visible on the right side buttsock. Action functions correctly.
NSN, made in 1885, 577/450, 21.5" round proofed barrel. Metal is a smooth dark grey patina with pin-prick surface oxidation noted. Bore is dark with strong rifling visible. Receiver is marked with "Crown/V.R./ENFIELD/1885/Broad Arrow/I.C.1." Stock shows minor handling and usage wear. Beautiful cartouches present right side of stock. Comes with original sling. Consignment
Serial Number 1544, circa 1896, 7mm Mauser, 30" round barrel. Left side of the receiver is marked "O.V.S"/1544". Stock is marked the same, serial numbers are matching. Bore is good with pitting and frosting visible in the grooves. Strong rifling remains. Stock has expected nicks, dings and mars. The O.V.S. rifles were used the Boer Commandos for the Orange Free States. Action functions...
Serial No. 4681, circa 1895-1897 by DWM, 7x57mm, 29" round barrel. Bore is good with minor frosting visible in the grooves, rifling remains strong. Stock has been lightly sanded at one point. Right side is marked "J.S. VANDEMERWE". Records show Van Der Merwe was part of the Kroonstad Commando and was captured on February 7th 1902 in Paardekraal. Van Der Merwe would pass away at the age of 13...
NSN, made 1877, .577/450, 33" round proofed barrel. Metal is a dark brown patina, bore is good with light frosting visible in the strong rifling. Stock is dark with nicks, dings and scratches visible. A small crack is noted on the right side above the sling swivel. Action functions correctly, comes with sling.
SN:195625. circa 1880's, 10.4x38mmR with a 32" octagonal to round barrel, Barrel and receiver are a dark brown to grey patina. Bore shows pitting in the grooves with strong rifling visible. Stock shows expected usage and wear, no cracks visible. Action functions correctly.
1880's production .43 Spanish caliber with a 36" barrel. Bore is excellent. Single shot military rifle made by Remington. Very good condition.
Serial No. 182, circa 1862, .451 caliber, 36" round proofed barrel with 96% original blue remaining. Top of the barrel is also marked with"Whitworth Patent". Hex bore is in near excellent condition with strong rifling noted. Lock is still has beautiful case coloring and is marked "1862/Enfield" rear of the hammer is "CROWN/V.R" Stock shows minimal handling and usage wear with handsome...
Serial No. 6495U, made by Steyer in 1890, 8mm, 29.25" sleeved barrel. Rifle was repurposed my the Turkish Army during WW1. Receiver is marked with the Turkish crest. Bore is bright with strong rifling visible. Stock has been lightly sanded at some point. Action is smooth and functions correctly with a tight lock up.
Serial No. 5871G, made in 1896, 6.5x53R,31" round barrel, bolt is non-matching. Metal is a grey patina with scattered areas of oxidation visible. Bore has strong rifling visible. Stock shows visible dings, scratches and gouges. Action functions correctly.
Serial No. 37854, made in 1893, 8x58mm, 33" round barrel. Metal is a smooth grey patina with scattered freckling noted. Bore is good with minor frosting visible in the grooves. Stock shows minor handling wear with arsenal tag on the right side. Action functions correctly.
NSN, circa 1861-1865, .58 caliber, 37" round barrel. Metal is an overall brown patina with scattered staining and pitting. Stock is solid with hand worn usage wear noted. Action functions correctly with matching assembly marks on most parts. The initials "LS" are carved into the stock. These imported rifles were used by both sides during the civil war.
This 7.5X55mm Swiss caliber model 1896/11 was upgraded by the Swiss to Model 1911 configuration from the original Model 1889/96 configuration. The most noticable changes are the addition of a pistol grip to the stock and the deletion of the magazine cut off. The 30.7" barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The gun has approx. 92% blue with muzzle wear from a bayonet, high...
Serial No.2940, circa 1861-1865, .58 caliber, 32" round rifled barrel. Metal and Iron furniture are a dark brown patina with surface oxidation noted around the replaced nipple. Wood is good with scattered storage blemishes noted. Rear sight is missing, action functions correctly. Upper wrist is stamped with "OHIO"
Serial No. 815, made 1886, 8x60mmR, 21" round barrel. Receiver and barrel are a smooth grey patina, bore good with some minor frosting visible in the grooves. Bolt is non-matching, Stock shows expected dings and nicks. Faint cartouche is visible right side on the butt. Receiver is marked "CE. W.F.G. Steyr M1886. Action functions correctly.
Serial No. F78132, made in 1867, 11mm, 32.5" octagonal to round proofed barrel. Overall good condition, bore is shows strong rifling with minor areas of corrosion. Serial numbers are matching including stock. Expected handling wear is visible on stock. Action functions correctly.
Argentine Model 1879 Rolling Block in very good plus condition chambered in .43 Spanish made in 1879. Bore is excellent with strong rifling noted. Stock shows minor storage wear.
This Pattern 1809 Brown Bess military musket is also known as the third model Brown Bess. The 39" 75 caliber barrel has a fine smooth bore.The barrel and lock are polished bright and have scattered areas of light brown staining. The barrel has two London proof marks. The lock is marked TOWER at the tail and has a barely visible (from way too much polishing) crown over GR in the center. The...