Early 1900s production 9.3x74R with 26.5" barrels. Backlock hammer double rifle. Bores are good, dark with strong rifling. Has scroll engraved receiver and 80% thinning blue on the barrels. The wood is very good with marks and one dented area. Consignment.
Cartridge Antique Long Guns
Serial No. 10550, circa 1867-1888, .43 Spanish, 35" round barrel. Rifle has been completely refinished, bore is bright with light frosting visible in the grooves. Receiver has case coloring with light scattered areas of surface oxidation. Stock is good with a repaired crack noted from the barrel tang right side, Action functions correctly.
Made circa 1860s, .45-70 with a 26" octagonal barrel. Bore is very good. Sporting rifle conversion of a Civil War carbine with heavy barrel, ramrod and tang sight. The metal has a brown patina, the wood is very good with expected wear. A good looking "buffalo rifle". Consignment.
SN: Y7. Manufactured circa 1890's. .22LR with a 22" barrel. Bore is very good. Antique falling block, takedown rimfire rifle with half round, half octagonal barrel. Has approximately 99% of its finish that has tuned to a blue-brown patina. The stock and forend are in fair to good condition with some chipping in the toe of the stock and buttplate. Overall fair to good condition.
Serial No. 463755, made in 1889, .45-70, 27" round barrel. Sporterized rifle in overall very good plus condition, bore is excellent. Stock has light wear visible. Action is crisp and functions correctly. Great Black powder cartridge hunting rifle made from an old military issued rifle.
SN: C.33733. Circa 1880's conversion to .45-70 with a 28" barrel. Bore is very good, dark with strong rifling. Post-Civil War conversion of a percussion carbine to a cartridge "Buffalo" rifle. Has a heavy 28" round barrel marked "Old Reliable", double triggers and checkered straight stock. The metal has a smooth brown patina. The stock is very good with typical wear but no cracks or damage....
Serial number J198122. Circa 1920s. 22 Caliber with a 22 ½” barrel. Barrel has about 50% of the original blue. Action works well. Bore is dark. Hammer spur has been shortened. Wood has been refinished.
Serial No. 21427, circa 1869-1873, .46RF dual ignition system, 30" round barrel. Barrel is a light grey patina with oxidation noted around the muzzle. Barrel is marked with "No.49" forward of the rear sight. Receiver is a light grey patina with traces of original case coloring visible leftside and in protected areas. Serial Numbers match in receiver and barrel. Left side of receiver is...
Serial number 51645. Made circa 1860s. 50-70 caliber with a 22” barrel. This gun is in excellent condition with 98% of the original blue on the barrel. The frame has excellent case colors. Wood is excellent with sharp cartouches. This gun is near new! This gun was originally made in percussion and arsenal...
Serial number 35347. Made circa 1860s. 50 caliber with a 26” barrel. This is a Spencer made into a sporting rifle by Herman Schlegelmilch of Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Metal has an even brown patina. Wood is very good. The right hand side of the stock has traces of a...
Serial No. EAC66, circa 1878-1781, .45-70, 32.25" round New Jersey marked barrel. Bore shows areas of pitting/frosting with strong rifling. Metal is a dark to light mottled grey patina, stock is good with minor handling marks, cartouche visible below "NJ" mark. 20 of these rifles purchased by the New Jersey Rifle Association.
NSN circa 1880-1883, .45-75, 24.5" barrel with full length magazine tube. No markings are present, metal is a smooth dark grey patina. Bore is good with scattered frosting visible in the grooves. Action functions correctly, small dent is noted right side magazine tube 4" from barrel band. Stock shows scattered scratches and dings. Stock has also been revarnished.
Serial No. 215376, circa 1880's, 10.4x38, 33.5" barrel, Receiver is marked Waffenfabrik Bern M.81. Overall very good condition with light handling wear visible. Bore is excellent, stock has cartouches present throughout.
Serial number 9082. Made circa 1860s. 52 caliber with a 30” barrel. Metal has a light gray patina. Forearm is a replacement. Butt stock is a original.
Serial No. C75131, Circa 1872, 11mm, 22.75" round barrel. Rifle has been cut down into a carbine configuration with added checkering. Bore is excellent, Metal has been expertly refinished. St. Eteinne Arsenal is stamped on left side of receiver.
Serial No. P9122, made in 1896 by Ludwig and Loewe, 7.65x53, 29" barrel length. Serial numbers are matching, bore is bright with strong rifling. Crest has been removed, metal is starting to turn. Stock shows minor dings and scratches. Overall good condition.
NSN, chambered in 50-70 Govt. 36.5" round barrel, metal is a light grey patina with pin-prick pitting noted. Bore has areas of frosting in the grooves. Lock plate is dated 1864, wood shows usage and handling marks. Faint cartouche is visible. Action functions correctly. Cleaning rod is missing.
NSN, 21.25" round barrel chambered in .303 British Kabul Arsenal carbine circa 1890 in overall good condition. Carbine looks to have been cleaned sometime ago. Metal is a nice smooth grey patina.Bore is good with strong rifling visible. Receiver stamps are crisp, wood has been sanded with some minor gouges visible. This carbine was made in a true Kabul Arsenal under the British guidance....
British Lee Metford Bolt action rifle dated 1889 in overall fair condition, bore is heavily pitted with traces of rifling noted. Stock has gouges, dings and marring visible. Two cartouches are present on the butt. Not safe to shoot!
Serial No. 7581, .303 British Sparkbrook dated 1890 that has been upgraded to the CLLE by BSA Co. Overall fair condition, rifle shows heavy usage and handling wear. Bore shows oxidation in the grooves with strong rifling noted. Wood is noted with dings, scratches and gouges. Action functions correctly. Not Safe to Shoot.