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A very good early brass barrelled ship’s blunderbuss by Birchett, circa 1700. It has a fine brass octagonal to round barrel with beautifully clear stamps. It is stocked in elm which was common at the time. The blunderbuss has a flat brass butt plate secured with square headed nails. The steel work is to a dark patina. Good working order and condition. This is a very good example of a rare early ship’s blunderbuss. Barrel length 16in. Measurement across muzzle 1¾in. Overall length 31½in.
Stock No. 5069
A 3rd model capping breech loader Burnside saddle ring carbine. The metal work is to a dark patina, but with no pitting. The woodwork, again, is to a dark patina with minor knocks. The gun has matching numbers and a fine bore. Very good working order and good condition.
Stock No. 5053
A 20 bore flintlock brass barrelled blunderbuss circa 1780 signed London to top of barrel. The rounded lock is unsigned and the the blunderbuss retains most original varnish to the stock. The steel work is to a dark patina and the brass barrel has remained un-cleaned for sometime. The horn tipped ramrod is probably original. Good working order and condition. Barrel length 12½in. Overall length 28½in.
Stock No. 5050
A .32 Marlin centre fire rifle retaining most of it's original varnish with a little wear on the left hand side of the butt. The metalwork to barrel and action retaining nearly all it’s original blue. Good bore. Overall length 40in. Good working order and condition
Stock No. ND76
A very fine, virtually as new, 11.15 x 60R Model 79/84 Mauser rifle. There is just one small scuff to the blue of the trigger guard. Fine condition and good working order.
Stock No. 4946
An 8 bore live pigeon gun by Sexton with 34in. brown Damascus barrel. The gun retains much original varnish to the wood and has a good bore. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4895
A 79/84 11mm. Mauser rifle. The metalwork has been refinished overall and the wood has been lightly cleaned and has some knocks. The rifle has a fine bore and a good tight action, and it has a non-matching bolt. Good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 4890
A Westley Richards monkey tail carbine. The metal work is to a dark patina, the wood has been lightly cleaned and there are two small cracks to the woodwork. There is also an expert repair to tail of butt. It has a fair to good bore and is in good working order and fair condition.
Stock No. 4816
A 45/75 Model 76 Winchester, Serial No. 6667. The metalwork is to a grey-brown patina and there are traces of blue in sheltered areas. It has light pitting to the left side of the receiver, probably from hanging on a wall. The gun has good wood with the usual small knocks. This rifle has one of the best bores we have ever seen in a Model 76.
Stock No. 4771
A .500 Prince and Green capping breech loading rifle. The gun has re-browned Damascus barrel with a very fine bore. The rest of the metal work is to a dark patina and the lock plate has been re-coloured. It has good original wood retaining a good percentage of original varnish. There is a small chip to the left hand side of the fore-end. Good working order and condition.
Stock No. 4707
A 11.15 x 60R Mauser rifle. This gun is in near mint condition, retaining nearly all it's original condition. Very good working order.
Stock No. 4515
A very fine 71/84 11.15mm Mauser battlefield rifle, Serial No. 8348. This gun is in almost un-issued condition and retains virtually all its original finish and has a mint bore and all numbers are matching.
Stock No. 4359