Little John's Auction Service 1740 W. La Veta Orange, CA 92686 Phone: 714-939-1170 Fax: 714-939-7955 March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 Session 2 LOT # 401 Remington 870 Wingmaster Shotgun, #526285X, 20 ga. 2 ¾ pump, bore-excellent, 26” w/ adj. choke and full length VR, blued finish (refinished), engraved receiver and barrel, wood stock w/custom checkering on pistol grip and slide handle, Edwards adjust. Recoil reducer, a very nice customized Wingmaster excellent as refinished condition. Est. $250 – $500. 402 COLT 1908 Pocket Hammerless, # 54343, 25 cal. Nickel finish, Colt hard rubber grips. Pistol retains approximately 95% plus original nickel finish with slight pin prick pitting and nickel frosting. Colt hard rubber grips are in very good condition with no cracks or chips. One mag. Est. $250-$500. 403 Mexican military leather wrapped guard sword, approx. 38” overall with etched blade in good condition showing a dark patina to metal surfaces with wear and some losses to the leather wrapped grip/guard, circa mid-1800. Est.: $150-$300. 404 HI-Standard Model B Pistol, #20741, .22LR, auto, bore is good. 6 ¾” barrel, 75% blue, one MAG. small nick on trigger guard. Est.$150-$300. 405 “Fanstasy” Blunderbuss made from a Springfield Trapdoor for movie studio use, in good condition. Est. $150-$300. 406 Lot of 3 excellent Custom Handmade Staghorn knives. Retail is $250 apiece. Est. $100 - $300. 407 Finely fringed leather rifle scabbard. Est. $75-$100. 408 Lot of folding knives, featuring a top of the line buck Gut-look folder with rosewood grips. Also a Sears carbon steel folder w/ sheaths. Est. $75 - $150. 409 Ammo lot of 5 boxes of Norma .308 Norma Mag. (100 rnds) Est. $200 - $250 410 SPORTERIZED Czech Mauser Rifle, # 235990, .243 Win., 26” barrel, blued finish, laminated wood stock. Barrel marked “R. Kostelecky”, receiver drilled and tapped for scope mounts, very good bore, excellent trigger. Est. $200-$400. 412 Colt New Frontier, #G218790, .22 LR cal. single action revolver, bore-good, 6” barrel. Ramp sight, adjust. rear, case harden frame w/box and papers. Est. $300 - $375. 413 SMITH & WESSON Model, 36-1, #1J06611, .38 special D.A. Revolver, Bore will clean to excellent. 3” barrel length, blued finish, Pachmayr rubber grips, slight rust on front sight, will clean to excellent condition. Est. $250-$350. 414 DETONICS, Combat Master MK VI, #CR16630, .45 ACP Semi-Auto Pistol, bore should clean to excellent. 3 ¼” Stainless steel with matte finish, Pachmayr rubber grips, Drift adjustable rear sight, slight scratches and wear but overall excellent condition. 3 Mags. Est. $350-$700. 415 Burgundy colored candy bowl with lid, cut crystal 9” x 7” overall. Est. $30- 60. Page: 2 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 LOT # 416 Man’s Onyx 14k gold Ring with .10 point Diamond. Est. $150-300 417 Antique miniature swept hilt rapier on display plaque. Good Quality. Type made in Toledo, circa 1900-1950's. Est. $75-$150. 418 Prussian Prewar side lock double barrel shotgun marked Waffen. Steyr on ribs. 16 ga. with 29 1/8” barrels, 45” overall, double triggers, auto ejector #24714, good bores. Barrels and stocks professionally restored long ago (probably European work). A high quality gun that would cost a fortune to duplicate. Est. $750 - $1,500. 419 Print of Navajo Mother and Child, signed Jean Marie Bryan. Nicely framed and matted. Est. $150-300 420 14kt. Ladies Ring set with Marquee Emeralds and Diamonds. Est. $125-$250. 421 Percussion half-stocked rifle, approx. .36 cal., 36” octagon barrel marked “H. Sheets” and lock marked “Dayton”, double set triggers, overall good condition with cleaning rod, brass furniture and very good wood. Est.: $500-$800. 422 RUGER 10/22 Carbine, #1162, 22 LR, Semi-Auto, excellent bore. 18 ½” barrel length, blued finish, walnut stock, mounted with Tasco 3x9 scope, folding rear sight, only slight mars, excellent condition. 1 Mag. Est. $125-$250. 423 Lot consisting of 1-GI Bag with WWII Pistol Belt, 3-M-3 style fighting knives with sheaths, 1-M-1 carbine bayonet, 1939 Mauser ammo carrier 3 pocket. Est. $50-100 424 A 14kt. Cluster Ring set with oval Blue Topaz and Diamonds. Est. $150-$300. 425 U.S. Army horse bit and bridle in overall good condition with two eagle seal rosettes; circa early 1900’s. Est.: $100-$150. 426 Restored Remington-Elliot single shot derringer, .41 cal., 2 ½” round barrel, nickel finish, smooth wood grips, #220. This gun is in overall very good condition as restored, showing majority of re-nickel, good bore, action, markings and grips. Est.: $300-$500. 427 Lot of two project lever guns: one Winchester model 1894 barreled action with no wood, # 679723, .32 WS. Cal., 26” barrel. Receiver shows traces of finish, and barrel has majority of its finish. One is a Winchester 1892 action and butt stock, # 729219, in fair to good condition, showing pin prick pitting on the left side, right side shows a nice brown patina. Stock shows interesting designs on the right side, including a diamond pattern at the wrist, and several stars carved into the wood. Est. $400-$800. 428 Marlin, model 1889 Rifle, #NSNV, bolt action, barrel mag. tube landing gate incomplete (parts), fair condition. Est. $100 - $200. 429 Box of 5 Asian-style knives including an original Caurkhn Kurkis. Est. $75 - $150. 430 Framed and matted limited edition, 35 of 150 by Dave Chapple of a falcon, in color, image size approx. 25” X 19”, frame size 35” X 28” in very good condition. Est.: $200-$400. 431 SPRINGFIELD Trapdoor musket converted to blanks for movie studio use in epic Hollywood movies during Hollywood’s golden age. Good to very good overall. Est. $200-$400. Page: 3 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 LOT # 432 Small black fired clay bowl, approx. 3 ½” in diameter with incised design along the circumference, in overall fine condition and signed on the base “Doris Tenorio, Santa Clara Pueblo, NM”. Est.: $100-$200. 433 Ammo Lot, 7mm Weatherby Mag. Lot of 8 boxes Federal Premium and Remington. Est. $150-$300. 434 open lot 435 Walther PPK, # 354172K, 32ACP semi auto pistol, bore – good plus, standard barrel, Nazi Commercial proofed with “Rpit Nr. 4854” marked on left front of frame. Possible police or issue mark. Good to very good overall condition w/ 75 – 85% original blue, slight losses at high point and edges, normal wear from holstering and handling, black composite Walther grips are very good plus, no clip. Est. $300 - $600. 436 THOMPSON/CENTER ARMS, Contender, #228554, .22 LR, Single-Shot Break-Open Pistol, bore is good. 10” Octagon barrel, with blued finish, walnut finger-groove grip and forend. Adjustable rear sights, polished blue on barrel. Some scratches and wear from use and storage. Overall very good condition. Est. $125-$250. 437 LE FEVER Nitro Special S/S shotgun, # 248510, 16 GA., 28” barrels, color case hardened receiver, double triggers, with checkered walnut stock. Est. $200-$400. 438 European art glass bowl featuring hand painted hunt scenes signed with Bernot. Crystal is hand cut and dates 1890’s-1920’s good quality. Est. $100-300. 439 Lot of 2 framed ancient style hand carved Artifacts. Experts disagree on originality of these 7 hand carved in stone Pre-Columbian Artifacts. Sold to our Consignor as “Real”. However they can not be guaranteed and sold as carved stone in the style of Pre-Columbian only. Est. $100-$200. 440 Lot of 7 Bronzes off molds by Fenn Galleries of Santa Fe from original Artwork by Noted Western Artist E.W. Deming. Deming was a Contemporary and Friend of Remington and Charles Schreyvogel along with Sitting Bull and Teddy Roosevelt. He was heavily influenced by Indian Works of Art and Modeern Impressionism evident in these sculptures. With Biography of Artist’s Life in the West and Story of his Career which spanned 1860-1942. Retail Value for 7 Bronzes estimated at $2500. Est. $600-$1,200. 441 Sheffield, 5 ¾” blade, overall 10”, Stag brass hilt, with plate on left side blade pitted. Late 1800. Est. $150 - $200. 442 American ½ Stock Plains Rifle w/ back action lock, classic American style medium to heavy octagon barrel. .36 cal. percussion. Shows old brass and screw repair to wrist. Otherwise good to very good, made about 1850’s to 1860’s. Est. $300 -$600. 443 High top Beaded Child’s moccasins with floral and leaves. Northern Plains to North West Coasts. Est. $300-$600. 444 COLT Cowboy Revolver, # TF12813, .45 Colt, 5 ½” barrel, blued finish, color case hardened frame, transfer safety, hard rubber grips. Excellent condition overall, bore is dirty but should clean. Est. $350-$700. 445 Cartridge box for Flintlock Musket circa American Revolution to War of 1812 Period. Shows border decoration with large brass button center, held linen or paper cartridges for use with large bore Musket. Identified as Revolutionary by Consignor but possible as late as Napoleonic Era. Has an Page: 4 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 American look, (slightly cruder than French or British). Fair to Good. Est. $300-$600. 446 U.S. Marked trenching tool, fair-good condition, ribbed wooden handle. Est. $125 - $250. 447 Excellent Reproduction Carbine Hook and Sling. Almost imperceptible. Probably made for “Gone with the Wind” or other “Golden Era” Hollywood Classics. It’s well aged. Est. $50-$100. 448 Indian beaded panel in “T” shape, approx. 14” X 12” in overall very good condition with diamond pattern and in tan, blue, yellow, red and orange beads; panel is cloth-backed with two shell tassels and appears to be circa 1950’s-1960’s. Est.: $50-$100. 449 Half stock percussion Fowler with back action lock showing old period brass tacks. Old tag reads “trade gun from Sohape Indian family Yakima reservation, bought from Olney at White Swan Yak. (Yakima) reservation”. From Evy Morgan who obtained it from Danny Gebber noted N.W. Collector of Indian guns 25 years ago. Good overall. Est. $400 - $800. 450 Mossberg 500A persuader shotgun, #T147696, 12 ga. pump, bore-excellent, 20” cylinder bore, blued finish, black syn, stock and pump handle, top mounted safety, slight scratches and mars, otherwise hardly used and in excellent condition. Est. $150-$300. 450a STEVENS No. 43, .22 cal., 6” barrel, and nickel finished brass frame, missing the rear sight, smooth wooden grips. Good condition overall, good bore, slight pitting on the barrel, grips show no cracks or chips, but do show moderate use. Est. 125-250. 451 HIGH GRADE GERMAN S/S shotgun, # 4156, 12 Ga., 28” ribbed barrels, lightweight alloy dural receiver, finely engraved, double triggers, auto ejectors, cross bolt safety, charging indicators, and checkered walnut stock. Barrels have been refinished, with very good bores. Est. $750-$1500. 452 Magnum Research, Desert Eagle .44 pistol, #23593, .44 mag semi-auto, bore is excellent. 6” barrel length, gun has black oxide finish turning plum, minor scratches and high point wear, standard black rubber grips. Overall very good condition comes with original box and 8 RD mag and holster. Est. $350-$700. 453 REMINGTON Zouave .58 cal. musket, cut down and altered to carbine size for epic Hollywood movie ‘The Mountain Men’ starring Charlton Heston and Brian Keith. Fair to good. Est. $400-$800. 454 Classic late 19th to early 20th Century Beaded and Fringed Pipe Bag. Greasy yellow, red yellow, brown, blue beads on brain tanned Buckskin with purple background. Good condition, some wear from carry and use. 27” length by 5 ½” across bottom. The Real Deal. Possibly Crow but definitely Plains Indian and no later than 1910. Possibly 1880’s. Est. $600-$1,200. 455 Excellent original oil painting on board showing Alaskan Glacier signed by Sydney Lawrence. From a prominent local collector who had it authenticated; 12” x 24”. Est. $1000-3000. 456 Dan Wesson .44 Magnum Limited Edition American Historical Foundation commemorative “Second Amendment” #F00922, DA revolver, .44 Magnum cal., 9 ¾” barrel. This gun is in like-new condition showing a gold finish overall with extensive ornamentation including panel scenes of eagles and the right to bear arms, USA medallion wood grained grips, accompanied by a wood and glass presentation display case. Est.: $500-$750. 457 BROWNING Safari bolt action rifle, # 1282Z4, .243 cal., blued finish, checkered walnut stock, engraved floor plate and trigger guard with inlay. Excellent condition overall, bright bore, 99% finish, and excellent wood with the slightest marks from storage and handling. Appears to have seen seldom use. Mounted with a Leupold Vari-X II 3x9 scope. Est. $ 500-$1000. Page: 5 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 LOT # 458 WINCHESTER LEE straight pull commercial rifle, # 10730, .236 U.S.N. cal, excellent to near fine condition, 97% original finish, original grip cap and butt plate, very good bore should clean to excellent. Minor marks and dings from use and handling. A very rare and seldom seen rifle. Est. $750-$1500. 459 Modern design gold ring set with baguette diamonds and sapphires of fine quality. Approx ¾ - 1 ct total wt. of gems. Est. $250-500. 460 COLT Model 1902 Philippine DA Revolver, #46889, .45 cal., 6” barrel, blued finish, US marked with lanyard loop, large trigger guard, and hard rubber grips. Finish has turned to a nice brown patina, mild pin prick pitting throughout, bore is very good with mild pitting and corrosion, grips are well worn, but show no chips or cracks. These revolvers are sometimes erroneously identified as the Alaskan model. Shows Rinaldo A. Carr and John T. Thompson inspection marks. Only 5000 were made. Est. $750-$1500. 461 Great lot consisting of 1-Lock for 3rd Model New Land Pattern type Brown Bess by Mortimer with East India Co. Markings. 1-Original Colt ’49 Pocket 1 pc Ivory Grips in good condition. 1-.45 cal. Sharps style mold. 1-Lot of 4 packs of skin cartridges.1-Army .44 cal. By Sage-good and full, some tatters. 1-Police Pistol .36 cal. Box By Hazard, good but busting open. 1-.36 Navy Pack by Sym in very good plus, unopened. 1-’49 Pocket or Remington by Hazards (.31 cal.). A REAL BONANZA. Est. $500-1,000 462 French double flintlock fowler, 20 bore, 32” barrels. This gun is in overall fair + to good condition showing a heavy dark patina to metal surfaces, both actions good, unmarked lock plates and barrels, brass furniture, good wood stock with old brass repair to front of forend. Est.: $1,500-$2,500. 463 Movie studio converted Trapdoor Springfield, converted for blank use and made to look like an Arab Tribal Musket. Made up in Hollywood’s golden age for classic desert films. Fair to good condition and very decorative. Est. $200-$400. 464 COLT SAA Revolver, #183257, .32 W.C.F., with good action, and good bore. 4 ¾” barrel length. This first generation Colt single action is in overall good condition showing traces of blue and case hardening in protected areas, sharps markings, front sight shortened in height, good grips. Est. $1,200-$1,800. 465 Hamilton #25 Electra wristwatch. 1960-70’s. Gold plated excellent. Est. $150-250. 466 LEUPOLD Vari-X III 4.5-14x40mm rifle scope. ¼”-MOA adjustments, matte finish with cross hair duplex, new in box. Est. $200-$400. 467 Malaysian Kris dagger with Ivory carved grip in the form of a garuda (Mythic god / beast). Metorite steel blade, exotic hardwood scabbard, hand hammered silver colored metal cover for scabbard. Approx. 100-200 years old. Est. $150-$300. 468 Interesting German percussion SXS coachgun, 16 gauge, cut-down to 18 ¼” barrels. This gun is in overall good condition with good action, nicely engraved back action locks, gold and silver inlaid accents, barrel inlaid “St. Etienne” in gold; carved horn rear portion of trigger guard, checkered and raised carved stock including a well-accomplished hunting scene on the left side of the butt stock; with old modified ramrod. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. 469 Winchester Model 1894 lever action takedown rifle, 30 WCF cal., 26” octagon barrel, blue finish, wood stocks, #395847. This gun is in overall very good to fine condition showing approx. 70% original finish, the majority of it is on the barrel assembly, good bore, action, markings and wood with Page: 6 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 some scattered mars and nicks from carry and storage. Est.: $750-$1,500. 470 Dan Wesson .445 SuperMag Limited Edition American Historical Foundation commemorative “The Lone Star State” (one of 100 per State), #Z00271, DA revolver, .445 Supermag cal., 9 ¾” barrel. This gun is in like-new condition showing a blue finish with gold accented trigger, hammer and sights, ornamented on the cylinder and left side of the barrel and frame, State of Texas medallion wood grained grips, accompanied by a wood and glass presentation display case. Est.: $500-$750. 471 Fine Antique early American Pendant/Locket engraved on reverse Isabella D. Pitts. The front of the locket shows engraved and enameled fancy initials I.D.P. This fine estate piece returns a handmade antique gold chain and the bezel is surrounded by pearls. The Pitt’s family were active in politics all over America in the 18th and 19th century and Isabella D. should be identifiable. Est. $1000-3000. 472 Argentine Mauser Bayonet 1909, very good to fine original condition. Nice Argentine Crest and proof markings, Solingen blade w/scabbard. Est. $75 - $150. 473 Misc. Lot- 7 first aid pouches, 5 ea. .45 auto pouches, 2 leggings, 2 ea. .30 cal. cartridge belts, 1 hood for filed jacket, 2 GI helmets w/ liners, 1 canteen w/ cover, mess kit includes 1 knife & fork, 1 cleaning rod, 1 shell extractor. Est. $100 - $200. 474 French percussion musket shortened with smooth bore. Shows tacks and ruminants of pewter of lead. A classic Indian used gun with real tacks. Est. $250-$500. 475 Special Operations Association commemorative Colt semi-auto pistol issued by America Remembers, 168 of 250, #2807276, .45 cal., 5” barrel. This gun is in like-new condition showing a blue finish with Vietnam-era ornamentation to the slide, ivory grips with SOA insignia etched into each grip, one magazine, accompanied by a wood and glass presentation display case. Est.: $400-$800. 476 Heavy barrel, full stock transition Kentucky to Plains rifle. Scorching from being next to many campfires. Barrel coming out of stock. Needs small restorations. Remorton lock. Est. $200 - $400. 477 Antique Powder Horn scrimshawed O.H.N. Edy and Priming Horn. Both early 19th Century. Est. $200-$400. 478 SPRINGFIELD ARMORY M-1 Garand Rifle, # 5430742, 30-06, plain walnut stock with “P” proof mark to the rear of the trigger guard, and cartouche on left side. Arsenal refinished, with 9-54 dated barrel, and leather sling, in very good as rebuilt condition. Est. $400-$800. 479 WINCHESTER Model 70 Rifle, # 535073, .30-06 cal., blued finish with matte receiver, 24” barrel, checkered walnut stock with sling swivels. Pre-64 rifle remains in excellent overall condition with 98% original finish thinning at the muzzle, very good bore that should clean to excellent, excellent wood that shows minor marks and dings from storage and use. Mounted with Leupold Vari-X 3X9 scope. Est. $600-$1200. 480 General George S. Patton, Jr. Tribute commemorative Colt SAA revolver issued by America Remembers, 17 of 500, #TF14545, .45 Colt cal., 4 ¾” barrel. This gun is in like-new condition showing a nickel finish, Colt medallion ivory grips with “CSP” engraved on each side, frame and cylinder are tastefully ornamented by A & A engraving of Rapid City, South Dakota; accompanied by a wood and glass presentation display case. Est.: $1,500-$2,500. 481 SMITH & WESSON Lady Smith Third Model, # 15599, .22 S&W cal., 3 ½” barrel, blued finish, with original smooth walnut medallion grips. This 7 shot revolver is in very good condition, retaining 60-70% original finish, with the majority of the finish loss on the barrel. Frame retains very good finish with light freckling, and the cylinder has thinning blue with freckling, both with high point edge wear. Bore is very good, grips are good to very good with slight finish loss and minor mars and Page: 7 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 dings, but no chips or cracks. Est. $600-$1200. 482 LJUTIC Mono-Gun T trap shotgun, # 1556, 12 Ga., 34” barrel, matte blue finish, deluxe checkered burl walnut stock, adjustable recoil pad. This unique shotgun is in very good to excellent condition, with a hairline crack in the forend which may have been repaired. Finish is very good with minor scratches thinning at the edges. Est. $750-$1500. 483 SMITH & WESSON Model 27-2 Revolver, # N349033, .357 Mag, 5” barrel, blued finish, adjustable sights, and checkered walnut medallion grips. Overall excellent condition, very good bore, grips are excellent. Est. $200-$400. 484 Custom Hi-Quality pair of Pave Diamond and Sapphire ladies high fashion earrings, set in 14k 4-8cts total weight. Est. 1250-2500 Retail $6900 485 ANSCHUTZ 1413 Match single shot target rifle, # 257689, .22 LR, stainless steel barrel and action, adjustable trigger, deluxe target free rifle walnut thumb hole stock with rubber grip inlay, adjustable check piece, adjustable butt plate. This rifle was carried in the movie ‘Point of No Return’ by Bridget Fonda. Barrel has been shortened from 26” to 20” and is lose in the receiver. The stock has an un-repaired crack thru the thumb hole, and does not include the palm rest on the forearm. Stock shows a repair to the cheek piece, and moderate dings and scratches from use and carrying. A prop gun from the world famous Stembridge collection, who supplied Hollywood studios with props, readily identifiable in the movie No sights. Est. $600-$1200. 486 American full stock, Breech loading Kentucky rifle for movie studio use with blanks. From Stembridge gun rental collection. Used in epic movies in Hollywood’s golden era. Est. $400 - $800 487 Remington Model 700 custom, #C6233991, 6mm PPC, bolt action, bore excellent, 27 ½”. Highly customized and accurized with free floating stainless shilen, S-match bull barrel (marked P. Simms). Heavy composite target stock, jeweled bolt, mounted with Leupold BR-36x scope. Beautiful target rifle, slight scratches/wear from normal use. Excellent condition. Est. $700 - $1,400. 487a WWI Trench Art vase, 3 ½ x 13 ½” artillery shell with ‘Reims’ on front with art nouveau style floral decorations.. Est. $75-150. 488 Colt 1911 Officer’s ACP Pistol, #Q985DD, semi-automatic, bore – excellent, 3 ½” barrel, stainless steel high polished, satin top strap, 3 dot sights, one mag, in box w/papers. Est. $600 – $1,200. 489 Classic American flintlock Kentucky rifle with faintly signed barrel (illegible), Ashmore lock and pierced Lancaster style patch box. S marked for Stembridge. The type of rifle used in the Unconquered, The Alamo, Last of the Mohicans, Etc. Re-converted from percussion to flint with many studio repairs. Est. $600 - $1,200. 490 Portfolio of Prints by Prominent Pre-War Western Artist Frank Tenney Johnson, who worked 1874-1939 and was a Contemporary of Charlie Russell, Frederic Remington and who lived in Southern California. All numbered 29 with cert. (only 250) Printed in this edition which was purchased by Little John’s from the Agent for the Artist’s Estate. 13 Prints. These Portfolios sold out 3 years ago and individual prints have sold up to $300 at other auctions. Est. $600-$1,200+ 491 WINCHESTER Model 12 Shotgun, # 1141851, 20 GA., 22” Simons rib barrel with Cutts compensator, re-blued finish, jeweled action, custom walnut stock with checkered forend and rubber recoil pad. Excellent bore. Est. $250-$500. 492 WALTHER Commercial Model HP (Heres Pistol) pre P-38 pistol, # 22319, 9mm, 5” barrel with bakelite grips which are in very good condition with no chips or cracks. 95% original finish thinning at the high points and at the muzzle. Includes both eagle over “N”, and military proofmarks. A very rare, early pistol in near fine condition. Est. $900-$1800. Page: 8 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 LOT # 493 Lot of Canteens-U.S. round canteens, two w/leather slings, approx. Spanish – American war. All have original corks & chains. 2 30MI oilers. Est. $200 - $400. 494 Interesting original oil painting on board by noted San Diego Artist Jack Jordan entitled “John Painted His Truck”. Approx. 23” x 17 ½”, nicely framed and matted. This scene was inspired by Real Life Events in Vermont where “John” paints his relic truck once a year by his old farm house. Est. $400-800 495 SPENCER Carbine, converted to 16 Ga., foraging shotgun # 12221. Good to very good condition with strong traces of blue and case colored hardening, good wood with small chips. Est. $600-$1200. 495a Stunning 10 kt. Yellow gold ladies bracelet set with 20 Emerald cut Green Peridot weighing approx. 15 carats and side Diamonds. Retail $2,450. Est. $500-1,000. 496 PEDERSOLI SHARPS 1874 Sporting Match, long range Creedmore, # SH18890, 50/70 cal. black powder, blued finish, color case hardened receiver, 34” half round, half octagon barrel, rear tang peep sight with front globe sight, deluxe walnut stock with leather recoil pad. Overall excellent condition showing the slightest wear from storage and handling, in original box. Est. $750-$1500. 497 Lot of 2 single action grips in the rough, 3 S & W grips and 1 custom with thumb rest and finger grooves. Est. $75 - $150. 498 BROWNING Superposed High Grade, pre Diana Shotgun, # 32290, 12 Ga., re-blued vent rib 30” barrels, factory engraved game scenes with fighting cocks. Shotgun’s stock has been repaired and restored, and there is minor pitting starting on the barrels, particularly on the right side. Est. $1500-$3000. 499 U.S. Springfield 1873 Model Trapdoor, #78959, 45-70 cal. bore good, 32.5 “ barrel. High-arch style breech, blued/case colored finish. Blued barrel has turned brown patina, freckling and pin prick pitting through-out. Breech block marked “U.S. model 1873”. Barrel has VP and eagle head proofs. Butt stock marked “GN SPNO 18”. Flip-up adj. tangent rear sight. Good overall condition. Est. $250 - $500. 500 SARASQUETA 7E Grade Deluxe S/S shotgun, # AM117825, .410Ga., 28” ribbed barrels, finely engraved receiver blending onto the barrels, Holland & Holland style hand detachable side locks, auto ejectors, selectable trigger, with high grade checkered walnut stock, satin finish. Very good bores should clean to excellent, original blue on barrels is just starting to drift slightly. A very high end, finely made pre war shotgun. Est. $2000-$4000. 501 Batty Peace Flask dated 1854 with U.S. Military Inspections. 3-stage charger, mellow patina, good condition. Hangers present, spring good, just slight opening at seams but still good overall. Est. $250-$500. 502 RUGER M77 Mark II Rifle, # 782-19420, 6.5x55 cal., blued finish, 22” barrel checkered walnut stock, rubber butt pad. Excellent condition overall, very good bore should clean to excellent, very minor marks and dings on the stock. Mounted with Leopold Vari-X II 3x9 scope. Est. $350-$700. 503 WALTHER PP Pistol, # 140973 P, .32 cal., blued finish, with rare N.S.K.K. Nazi markings. Pistol remains in excellent condition overall, with excellent bore, minty plastic grips, and approximately 95-98% original finish with slight pin prick pitting, edge wear and aging. Only approximately 50 N.S.K.K. examples are known, and this is among the finest. One mag. Est. $1000-$2000. 504 WW II German Machine-Gun plaque presented to honor distinguished gun-crews of the Wermacht. Page: 9 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 Est. $150 - $300. 505 HECKLER & KOCH 630 Rifle, # 04317, .223 Rem., blued finish, 18” barrel with compensator, checkered walnut stock. Very good plus condition overall, excellent bore, broken sling mounts, wood has some nicks and dings. Mounted with Leopold Vari-X 3x9 scope on a claw style quick release mount. One mag. Est. $600-$1200. 506 COLT, Mk IV Series 70 Pistol, 70S46474, .38 Special Mid-range, S.A. with excellent bore. 5” barrel length, blued finish, accurized converted from .38 super to .38 special, wadcutter, side is tapped & drilled for Bo-mar adjustable target sight, w/ extended sight radius. Checkered wood medallion grips, checkered, flat mainspring housing. Excellent trigger pull. Some scratches, wear from usage. Comes w/ extra trigger and 1 mag. From the Chuck Glass estate. Est. $500-$700. 507 Rock Island Arsenal model 1911 A1 U.S. Army Pistol, #1336088, 45 ACP semi-auto, bore – very good, 5” barrel, United States Property marked GI frame, custom slide & sights, custom work done on frame/trigger/hammer/barrel and jeweled barrel bushing, rough stippled on front strap and grip safety. Est. $600 – $1,200. 508 Cobalt Blue cut glass Vase in Bohemian Design by Imperial of Germany. Est. $150-300 509 COLT, Single-Action U.S Calvary Model Revolver, #133048, 45 cal, bore is very good and bright. Barrel length is 7 ½, an exceptional R.A.C. Inspection U.S. with 40-60% blue on barrel, 10-20% on cylinder, 40-60% case hardening, sharp overall metal. Cartouche retraced or enhanced, butt stamped C114. Front sight slimmed all matching. A good gun with mentioned reconstruction to grips that’s almost imperceptible. Est. $3,000-$6,000. 510 Very high quality 14 karat yellow gold ladies custom made pendant set with a very fine Red Ruby weighing 4.90 carats and accented by a round brilliant cut diamond weighing 0.38 carats of H-I color and VS/SI clarity. Retail $25,000.00 Estimate $3,500-$6,000 Featured item. Please see appraisal. 511 KIMBER 22 Rifle, #KAO4728, .22 bolt action, bore is good. 24” barrel length, fluted half way. Gun is good to excellent stock is American, with free floating barrel. Comes with 1 MAG. Est. $400-$500. 511a LOT of 2 BB guns: one Daisy model 5533 with wood stock; and one Daisy Red Ryder carbine with wood stock, both in fair to good condition. Est. $75-150. 512 Thompson/ Center Arms, Super 14 Contender, #148820, .41 Mag., single-shot, bore will clean to good. 14” bull barrel, blued finish, adjustable rear sights. Action/trigger stack jammed, needs work. Otherwise excellent overall condition. Est. $100-$200 513 RUGER Vaquero Revolver, # 56-28851, 44-40 Win, stainless steel finish, 4 5/8" barrel, smooth medallion rosewood grips. Excellent overall condition showing just slight use and minimal cylinder drag line with original plastic hard case and paperwork. Est. $300-$500. 514 Cowboy chaps with conchos and tool pocket & holder. Tooled leather waist straps rough outer leather, “H.G.” initial on left leg. Leather saddle bags with “H.G.” initials, good condition, goes with chaps. Est. $200 -$400. 514a H. KOPPENS A CLOENBURG Under Lever Collath Type double barrel shotgun, 16 GA., Damascus barrels. High quality engraved with gold inlaid maker’s name at the breech. Good to very good overall condition, the right side of the stock has been carved with a scoreboard or hunting count. Est. $600-1200. 515 STEVENS Pocket Pistol, # NSNV, .22 cal., brass frame, nickel finish, smooth walnut grips. Pistol is in fair condition overall, with poor bore showing lots of rust, grips are fair, with a 5/8” x ½” chip missing Page: 10 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 from the lower portion of the right grip panel. Est. $100-$200. 516 KIMBER Ultra CDP II Pistol, # KU21640, .45 ACP, 3 ¼” barrel, stainless barrel and slide on blued frame, skeletonized trigger, adjustable trigger, drift adjustable night sights, ambidextrous safety, extended beaver tail, checkered front strap and mainspring housing, double diamond rosewood checkered grips. From Kimber’s Custom Shop, all sharp edges have been rounded to reduce snagging. Overall excellent condition, in Kimber factory hard plastic case, and one mag. Est. $500-$1000. 517 HY HUNTER Frontier Model Derringer, # 6094, .38 Spl., chrome finish, hard rubber grips. Good to very good condition, finish is thinning on right side, grips are good with some gouging and wear. Est. $125-$250. 518 open lot 519 AMERICAN FULLSTOCK FLINTLOCK Kentucky style rifle, circa 1820-1830’s, .36 cal. 37” rifled barrel, 52 ½” overall. Classic pierced western Pennsylvania style patchbox, checkered wrist, nice tiger striped stock, shortened during period of use. Shows well done wood and metal restorations. Good condition overall, with some light to moderate pitting on the metal surfaces. Has the “Alamo” era look. Est. $1000-3000. 520 Glass front oak gun display cabinet, 74 ½” x 26 7/8” x 14 7/8”. Capacity is for 6 rifles or shotguns, plus space in the bottom area for handguns and accessories – condition is good. Est. $150-$300. 521 High Standard Model B Pistol, #20483, .22 LR semi auto, bore-good, 6 ¾” barrel. No mag, patina on slide barrel, slight wear and scratches on front right and bottom, wood checkered. Est. $150 - $300. 522 AMT model Back Up Pistol, # AA2585, .380 ca double action semi auto, bore – excellent, 2.5” barrel, stainless steel finish, black plastic grips, some wear and scratches from normal use, excellent condition, 15 rd. mag. Est. $200 - $400. 523 SPRINGFIELD Model 1895 Krag Carbine, # 26654, .30 cal., 22” barrel, with sectioned cleaning rod in butt. Very good condition, with original saddle ring and bar, 30-50% original bluing, excellent wood with cartouche and “P” proof, very good bore. Est. $1250-$2500. 524 WINCHESTER Model 94 Rifle, #927180, .30 WCF, lever action, good bore with some minor pitting. 20” octagon barrel, stock has small repair at bottom of stock 3” from lever, poor metal finish with pitting, two holes on left side of receiver (peep sight) small splinters at end cap of forend. Est. $2500-$5000. 525 Sharps model:1863 carbine, #23921, .62 cal. Falling block action, bore-very good, 22” barrel length. Good wood with normal ware and tear, patina finish, good overall. Est. $1,750 – 3,750. 526 Early U.S. military cartridge prairie belt with square brass buckle, woven construction and leather tongue marked “Watervliet Arsenal” and “A.R. Smith”. The belt is in overall very good condition and is inked on the interior “Ed O’Connell, Co. I 3rd O.V.I.”. Est.: $150-$300. 527 COLT 1911-A1, Customized target gun, #934366, 45 cal., adjustable sights, 95% blued re-finish. This is a re-worked military pistol accurized with the standard target features. Bright bore, great trigger, and unique stamping on rear of slide by German gunsmith “Waffen Urban KaiserSlautern”. Plastic “Fitz” target grips with thumb rest. One mag. Est $400-$600. 528 SMITH & WESSON, 66-2 Revolver, #180K370, .357 D.A. Revolver, with very good bore. 4” barrel length, stainless steel finish, adjustable sights, Hogue Monogrip, desirable combat model. Excellent Page: 11 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 condition would benefit with good cleaning. From the Chuck Glass estate. Est. $250-$400. 529 Fluted 14k gold bead Necklace, weighing 20 g. Est. $300-600 530 COLT US Army Model 1909 D.A. revolver, #35921, .45 Colt, 5 ½” barrel, blued finish, lanyard ring, smooth walnut grips, with “R.A.C.” and “F.B.” inspection marks. Good to very good condition overall, with 95-97% bright blue finish remaining, barrel is marked “United States Property”, very minor pin prick pitting, with thinning finish on the cylinder, high points and muzzle. Grips are very good. Est. $800-$1600. 531 Colt Second Generation SAA revolver, .357 Magnum cal., 4 ¾” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, high quality faux ivory or micarta checkered fleur de lis grips (correct pair of Colt grips also accompany this lot), #93173SA. This gun is in overall fine condition showing approx. 98% original blue and case colors, fine bore, action, markings and slightly oversized grips. Est.: $800-$1,600. 532 US SPRINGFIELD Musket dated 1835, cut down and converted to percussion and also shortened and tacked for Indian use. In the black and absolutely original to the period. From the John Beckwith collection to the Jerry Meacham Estate. Est. $400-$800+. 532a 5 Original post card photo’s of rodeo about 1915. Est. $50-100. 533 RUGER 10/22 Carbine, # 127-10795, .22 cal., bead blasted finish, 18” Volquartsen bull barrel with compensator, black synthetic thumb hole stock with rubber butt pad. Very good condition overall, and would improve with a good cleaning, excellent bore. Mounted with a BSA Platinum series scope. Est. $200-$400. 534 SPRINGFIELD M-1 Garand Rifle, # 1556427, .30-06 cal., Springfield Armory barrel dated 3-47, stock has been sanded, with no visible cartouches. Rough bore should clean to good or better, with leather sling. A nice Garand that was arsenal reworked for Korea. Est. $500-$1000. 535 FABRIQUE NATIONALE P-35 Hi-Power Pistol, # 7151, 9mm, blued finish, tangent sight, checkered walnut grips with Chinese aftermarket shoulder stock. A pre-war Belgian Browning in overall good condition with a very low serial number, unfortunately import marked. Finish has turned dull, mostly pin pricked and freckled, grips have thinned. Est. $400-$800. 536 Lot of American gold coins. (real money) 4- 5 Dollar Indians, 1- Liberty Head 5 dollar, 6- 2 ½ Dollars Indians, 1- 2 ½ Liberty, 12 total all circulated. Est. $2500-$4000. 537 WINCHESTER Model 94, # 1466244, .30 WCF cal., 20” barrel, Lyman side mount peep sight, and folding blade sight. Rifle is in very good condition with finish thinning and minor freckling. Est. $400-$800. 538 open lot 539 Magnificent and 1 of a Kind Custom Art Deco Ladies Bracelet with 18-20 Carats of Select and matched white Brilliant and Fancy Cut Diamonds, 3-Marquis cut center stones of approx. 1 carat each. Set in 18k white gold. Not signed but the equal of Tiffany, Cartier, etc. Appraised at $70,000. Conservatively. Est. $20,000-40,000 540 Superb 14 karat yellow gold ladies custom made pendant set with a very fine center blood red Ruby weighing 4.00 carats and accented with a fancy vivid yellow round diamond weighing 0.31 carats. Retail $25,000.00 Estimate $2,500-$5,000.00 Featured item. Please see appraisal. 541 High quality 14 karat white gold ladies anniversary design ring channel set with very fine Ideal cut diamonds weighing approx. 0.30 carats of F/G colors and VVS clarity. Retail $1,750.00 Estimate Page: 12 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 $500-$700 Nice 541a G. Wostenholm & Son, I * XL The Hunters Companion, #262 of 1000. California knife. 9 ½” blade, 14” overall, 3/8” thick, Stag slabs w/silver plaque, silver guard. Est. $262 - $1,000. 542 Weatherby Vanguard #V26654, .25 -06 ca. bolt action, bore-excellent 24” barrel, mounted Bushnell 4 x 12 scope, polished blued finish, select checkered walnut stock w/ rosewood forend tip and grip cap, some pin prick pitting, drifting and wear on barrel and bolt from storage/use, good-very good condition. Est. $200-$400. 543 Smith and Wesson, 629 Revolver, BBF6867, .44 Mag, double action, bore is excellent, 3” barrel length. SS/ unfluted cylinder/ smooth/ trigger/ Hogue grips/ adjustable sights. Full lug, and ejector rid. Est. $400-$500. 544 Walther, PPK’s stainless steel pistol, #5087742, .380ACP semi auto, bore excellent, 3 ½”barrel. 2 mags, hard case, Pacmire grips. Very good to excellent condition. Est. $300-$500. 545 Elegant 10 karat white gold ladies ring set with a large red Ruby weighing 5.12 carats and pave set with approx. 0.20 carats in white diamonds. Retail $5,850.00 Featured item. Estimate $1,000-$2,000. 545a Spectacular 14 kt. White gold custom made ladies ring set with a large Emerald cut red Ruby weighing 3.14 carats and channel set with 8 princess cut Diamonds weighing approx. .50 carats of G-H colors and VS clarity. Retail $6,750. Est. $1,500-2,500. 546 FABRIQUE NATIONALE Muskateer Sporting Rifle, # 3398, .270 Win., 22” blued finish, birdseye maple Monte Carlo stock with rubber butt pad. Rifle is in very good overall condition, with the blue starting to thin around the muzzle and on the barrel. Good bore should clean to very good, excellent trigger. Mounted with a Leupold Vari-X II 3x9 scope. Est. $400-$800. 547 Custom 1911 A1 Built on Essex Arms Frame, #57242, .45ACP cal. semi auto, bore-very good, 5” barrel. Re-parkerized finish, checkered plastic grips, adjustable Bomar rear sight, front target sight, aluminum adjust. target trigger. Finish shows wear, scratches, slight rust on right side slide near chamber. Very good cond. 1 mag. Est. $350 - $700. 548 Very high quality ladies estate ring set with a very fine blood red ruby weighing 2.40 carats and very fine Ceylon color baguette sapphires weighing 0.60 carats Retail $4,950.00 Estimate $800-$1,200 Featured item. 549 Stunning 14 karat yellow gold ladies ring set with a very fine combination of diamonds, Amethyst, Citrine, Garnet, Iolite and quartz combination weighing approx. 12.00 carats Retail $3,950.00 Estimate $500-$1,000 Featured item Very labor intensive. 550 Smith & Wesson model 617 in box, #BWV2786, double action, bore – very good, 4” barrel full under lug, recess cylinder, adjustable sights, satin stainless finish, S & W wood grips smooth w/finger groove. Est. $250 - $425. 551 Civil War era SN &WTC percussion musket with bayonet and metal scabbard, marked “For Massachusetts” and dated on the lock 1863. This gun is in overall very good condition showing bright metal surfaces, sharp markings, crisp action, barrel dated 1864 and inspector marked, wood is good with nice cartouche on the left side of stock opposite the hammer; ramrod present, some scattered nicks and mars in butt stock area primarily and due to usual storage and carry. Est.: $600-$1,200. 552 Colt medium frame lightning pump rifle, .32 cal., 21” octagon barrel cut down from original length, re-blued finish, wood stocks, #52925. This gun is in overall good condition showing the majority of its re-blued finish, fair bore, good action, customized for cowboy shooting, shortened magazine, Page: 13 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 wood is original with butt stock showing scattered nicks and mars from carry and storage, pump forend shows wear and a chip on underside of left grip. Est.: $600-$1200. 553 KIMBER Pro CDP Pistol, # KR07378, 45 ACP, two tone finish with parkerized frame and satin hard chrome slide, fixed 3 dot sights, 4” barrel, double diamond checkered rosewood grips. From Kimber’s Custom Shop, the slide had sharp edges have been rounded. Extended beaver tail, skeletanized trigger and hammer, ambidextrous safety. One of the best 1911 style pistols available. One mag. Est. $700-$1000. 554 WINCHESTER Model 70 Rifle, #B G1400483, .264 Win Mag., 26” heavy barrel, blued finish, jeweled bolt, black synthetic stock with integrated sling mounts and rubber butt pad. Rifle is in excellent condition overall, and appears to have seen very little use. Mounted with Tasco 6x24 scope. Est. $400-$800. 555 COLT National Match Pistol, # 34669-NM, 45 ACP, satin hard chrome finish, Elliason adjustable sights, smooth wooden grips, match barrel, adjustable trigger, with standard target features. This gun has been re-worked and a ton of money was spent, which would cost $2,000-3,000 to replicate. Excellent condition, as refinished. One mag. Est. $1000-$1500 555a WWI Collectors lot. Photo of Nichols family member in WWI uniform from famous Paris photographer. With postcard telling of photo, Nichol’s were early Ontario settlers. Est. $50-$100. 556 COLT, Diamondback D.A. revolver, #AA06984, .22 LR cal, crisp action, and bore should clean to very good to excellent. 4” barrel length. This gun is in overall excellent condition showing approx. 99% original blue, sharp markings and excellent combat-checkered wood medallion grips. W/box. Est. $250-$350 557 COLT Model 1860 Army, # 19839.44 cal, 8” barrel, all matching visible serial numbers, smooth walnut grips, barrel address shows ‘Saml Colt New-York U.S. America’. Gun is in very good condition overall, showing 20-30% original bluing, with only minor freckling, grips are very good, left grip has a good cartouche, right grip panel shows no cartouche. Grips show very little wear, with no chips or cracks. Est. $2000-$4000. 558 COLT MK IV Series 70, #70G92741, .45 ACP S.A., very good bore. 5” barrel length, blued finish, checkered walnut grips with medallion, slide drilled & tapped with full length Bo-mar adjustable sights, full target features, excellent condition. 1 mag. From the Chuck Glass estate. Est. $400-$600 559 Pressed glass pitcher with silver plated top. Est. $30-60. 560 Lot of 3 carved Ivory Cigarette Holders circa 1920’s to 1940’s. Type seen in every Charlie Chan Movie. Each is nicely carved and aged. Est. $100-$200. 560a Post card showing Texas Ranger camp post marked 1909 from Colorado, Texas. Frank Hamer is the tall man on the far right. Est. $100-$200. 561 Lot of 6 collectable Hummel Figurines, a couple of chips. Est. $150-$300. 562 COLT, Delta Elite Pistol, #DE10398, 10mm S.A., excellent bore, 5” barrel length, blued finish, black neoprene grips with the Delta medallion, high profile three dot combat sights, excellent condition on this desirable Colt. From the Chuck Glass estate. Est. value $400-$600 Page: 14 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 LOT # 562a Sterling Silver High Art Souvenir Spoon circa 1900-1915. Showing Rough Rider, Roosevelt, Springfield Rifles and American Flag. Est. $200-$400. 563 Browning Auto-5 Light Twelve Shotgun, #51206, 12 ga. semi auto, bore-excellent, 30” barrel with full length VR, light weight twelve made in Belgium, blued finish, wood stock with checkering on the pistol grip and forend, scroll engraved light weight receiver, some thinning, finish beginning to drift and light pin pricking, overall very good condition. Est. $350-$700. 564 Colt SAA revolver, 38-40 cal., 5 ½” barrel, blue finish, checkered Colt hard rubber grips, #343977. This gun is in overall very good condition showing approx. 90% old re-blued finish, bore may clean to very good, action crisp, very good Colt grips. Est.: $600-$1,200. 564a Manson Shefield dagger (boot knife). 9” overall, 5 1/4” blade engraved “Death to Traitors”, marked on tang Capt. W.H. McCauley, on the other side of the tang 11th Tennessee Infantry, Company C. Brass hilt-Stag handle. Est. $800 - $1,500. 565 Colt model Ace, # SM14830, .22 LR semi-auto pistol, bore-excellent, 4.75” barrel, blued finish, checkered walnut grips w/ medallions, adjustable sights, slight scratches, otherwise hardly used and almost new w/ original box & 1 mag. Est. $500 - $1,000. 566 HARPER’S FERRY cut down Indian gun, dated 1832, rifle, 25” barrel, approx. 40” overall, with iron tacks or studs in lines on the side of the gun; on cheek piece side of gun in the form of a cross. This is an absolutely authentic Indian piece whose tacks are period to it’s use and was formerly in the John Beckwith Indian Gun collection in Encinitas, Calif., and has been in several other major collections since. An authentic Indian used blanket gun. Est. $500-$1000. 567 Colt Pre-War Detective Special, # 408257, .38 special double action revolver, bore – fine to excellent, 2” barrel, this early Detective Special remains in near fine condition with 95% + original blue, sharp overall and only slight evidence of handling and use, period pearl grips. A nice Pre-War Colt. Has factory letter. Est. $400 - $800. 567a BROWN MFG. Southerner Derringer, #2510, .41 cal., iron frame, nickel finish. Good condition overall, showing 50-60% nickel finish, mainly on the barrel. Frame shows light pin pricking near the hammer on the right side, otherwise good. Grips are good with minor chips and dings, bore is good. Est. $200-$400. 568 FOREHAND ARMS CO Double Action revolver, # 137239, .32 cal, nickel re-finish, hammer has been bobbed, hard rubber grips. Grips are in very good condition with a hairline crack in the butt of the right grip panel, otherwise excellent. Gun has been refinished over a pitted frame. Includes a Pinkerton Detective Agency badge and Cohiba wooden cigar box. Est. $250-$500. 569 Half stock percussion repro Plains Rifle aged and tacked by Stembridge Gun Rentals for “The Mountain Men” starring Charleton Heston and Brian Keith. Reconsigned and illustrated in the Stembridge Auction catalog from August 2007. Est. $300-$600. 569a Patriotic motif metal match safe with Admiral Dewey’s bust on one side and the American Eagle over a Union shield, US. Stars and Stripes and the Cuban flag; in overall good condition with some even wear. Est.: $75-$150. 570 Original Bronze of Eagle on globe by noted Artist Lorenzo Gigglieri. See info & Appraisal. Est. $2,000-4,000. Page: 15 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 LOT # 571 COLT SAA, # 239889, .38-40 cal., 4 ¾” barrel, factory nickel finish, Colt hard rubber grips. Good overall, with 60-70% of factory nickel finish remaining, some pitting and erosion where the nickel has lifted, good bore, good markings and good action. Front sight has been slimmed down, grips remain very good. This gun is completely untouched, as found in Texas and made in the early 1900’s. Est. $1750-$3500. 572 Walther (AC-45 code) model P-38, # 2136b Nazi Proofed, 9 mm semi-auto pistol, bore very good to near fine, standard barrel. This gun shows a post war commercial quality European high gloss blue finish and may have been applied by French when parts were seized at the end of WWII, 98-99% blue, excellent grips (black) 3 clips. Interesting and should be researched. Est. $300 - $600. 573 WINCHESTER 9422 XTR, # F548852, .22 LR, blued finish 22” barrel, walnut stock. Excellent condition overall with minor marks and dings from use and storage. Est. $300-$600. 573a Lot of two German military reservist commemorative metal canteens circa 1896-1902 with patriotic painted motifs on both sides of the canteens that each measure approx. 6” in diameter, each with a hanging cord and one with the glass liner still intact. Both in overall good condition showing some scattered losses to paint from carry and storage; regimental buttons attached and painted markings should be researchable. Est.: $200-$300. 574 COLT, Python, #73878, .357, D.A. Revolver, excellent bore, 6” barrel length, blued finish, excellent used condition, with slight loss of blueing at high point, highly desirable early model. Would benefit from good cleaning. From the Chuck Glass estate. Est. $400-$600 575 SMITH & WESSON, 657-4 D.A. Revolver, (“Mountain Gun”), #CCY3221, .41 magnum caliber, very good action, bore should clean to very good. 4” barrel length. This gun is in overall excellent condition, stainless steel, and Smith & Wesson finger groove wrap around hard rubber grips. Est. $300-$400. 576 American Indian turquoise and silver bracelet with five stones and hand constructed mountings; no visible markings, in overall very good condition. Est.: $250-$350. 576a Lot of nine antique coins including four US silver dollars in ungraded circulated condition, an 1897 ungraded Indian penny, an early Russian Rouble; a British Double Florin, a French 5 Francs and a 1953 Southern Rhodesian coin. Est.: $100-$200. 577 REMINGTON Type II Over/Under Derringer, # 196, .41 cal., nickel finish, hard rubber grips. Very good condition, with 95% original nickel finish flaking at the muzzle and showing high point edge wear. Bore is good with some pitting and erosion, grips are very good with minimal wear, no chips or cracks. Est. $400-$800. 578 RUGER, Blackhawk New Model, #46-07605, .45 Colt Single Action, excellent bore. 7 ½” Barrel length, with blued finish, Pachmayr-type rubber grips, adjustable rear sight, some drifting & pitting. Erosion on right side of barrel. Overall fair-good condition. Est.$175-$350. 579 GERMANIC FULLSTOCK Fowler converted from flintlock to percussion in Jaegar style. Approx. 16 Ga. 37” barrel, 51” overall, with classic German styling with carved wood trigger guard, checkered wrist, wood butt with no plate. Good to very good condition overall, with ramrod and horn forend cap. Est. $300-$600. 580 COLT, Woodsman Match Target Pistol, #0954755, .22 LR Semi-Auto, excellent bore. 4 1/2 “ barrel length. Very nice blued finish, checkered thumb rest, wood grips, Elliason adjustable rear sight, excellent condition. 1 mag. From the Chuck Glass Estate. Est. $400-$800. Page: 16 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 LOT # 581 S & W M15-6 Revolver, #BES8332, .38 Special cal. double action, bore-good plus, 6" barrel. Adjustable sights, target grips, faint drag line on cylinder. Est. $200 - $250. 582 SAKO Sporter, # 188517, .223 Rem., blued finish, checkered walnut Monte Carlo style stock with rubber butt pad. Excellent condition overall, showing the slightest use. Wood, finish and bore are all excellent. Mounted with a Tasco 8x24 scope. Est. $400-$800. 583 S & W M25-2, M-1955 Target revolver, #N656418, .45 ACP cal, double action, bore-good but needs cleaning, 6 ½” barrel. Oversized grips, wide trigger, adjustable sights, solid rib, very good blue. Est. $300 - $350. 584 SMITH & WESSON, 629-1 revolver, #AJM9972, .44 mag, D.A., excellent bore, 8 3/8 barrel length, stainless steel finish, very good to excellent condition, checkered wood medallion grips, adjustable sights, bore would benefit from good cleaning. From the Chuck Glass estate. Est. $400-$500. 585 Very high quality 14 karat yellow gold ladies custom made pendant set with a custom cut Aquamarine and fine pink tourmaline weighing approx. 4.00 carats. Retail $2,250.00 Estimate $400-$600 A nice item 586 SKB Model 505, # NS74811, 28 Ga. O/U shotgun. 28” vent rib barrels, blued finish, checkered walnut stock. Excellent condition overall, with finish worn at the top of the receiver, but retaining 95% original bluing, bores should clean to excellent. Minor dings and scratches from Normal use and storage. Est. $600-$1200. 587 BROWNING Medalist, # 45271T71, .22 LR, 6 ¾” vent rib bull barrel, adjustable sights, gold accent trigger, checkered thumb rest target grips. Pistol is in very good condition, with slight pitting on the barrel from poor storage, 99% original finish, grips are excellent. Includes fitted case, barrel weights, tool, ammo block and one mag. Est. $500-$1000. 588 Wonderful 10 karat white gold ladies handmade pendant with 89 micro-set diamonds weighing approx.0.40 carats of H-I colors and SI clarity. Retail $1,250.00 Estimate $300-$500 588a COLT SAA Nevada Centennial Revolver, # 2082NC, .45 cal., 5 ½” barrel, blued finish, polished nickel trigger guard and butt strap, faux pearl grips. Excellent condition, in Colt wood presentation box, with Nevada Centennial bow tie, 1864-1964 Nevada highway map, and Nevada centennial commemorative coin. Est. $750-$1500. 589 14k Ladies White Gold Watch set with Diamonds, circa 1948. With fine 17 jewels Swiss movement, Arabic numerals with lugs and Bracelet set with Diamonds. Approx. 1ct. total weight. With Appraisal. Est. $1,000-2,000 590 RUGER M77RSI Mark II, # 781-69700, .270 Win., 18” barrel, full length checkered walnut stock, sling mounts, rubber butt pad. Excellent condition overall, including bore, metal and wood. Mounted with a Leupold Vari-X II 3x9 scope. Est. $350-$700. 591 Pressed glass vase approx. 7” in height in overall very good condition. Est.: $50-$75. 592 Superb 14 karat yellow gold ladies handmade pendant set with a nice pink Kunzite weighing 6.20 carats with a champagne colored diamond weighing 0.23 carats. Retail $3,250.00 Estimate $450-$950 Featured item 593 Charming 14 karat yellow gold ladies ring set with a fine center cultured pearl averaging 7 MM in diameter with two side matching pear shape green jade. Retail $950.00 Estimate $250-$450 Page: 17 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 LOT # 594 Stylish 14 karat yellow gold ladies necklace set with beautiful fancy cut Citrine and side Amethyst weighing approx. 7.00 carats. Retail $1,350.00 Estimate $300-$500 A nice item. 595 RUGER, M-77 Rifle, #31-68919, 7 x 57, bolt action, bore is good. 22” barrel length, 3 x 9 wide view ADJ parallel, deep bluing, walnut stock, clean and bright gun. Est. $250-$375. 596 Dazzling 10 karat yellow gold ladies drop earrings set with a combination of pave set diamonds, blue topaz, peridot and citrines weighing approx. 4.00 carats Retail $2,750.00 Very labor intensive. Estimate $400-$800 597 Gorgeous 14 karat white gold ladies handmade ring set with a finely carved yellow Jade and pave set diamonds and Amethyst weighing approx. 0.30 carats. Retail $1,850.00 Estimate $350-$550 598 Terrific 14 karat yellow gold ladies hoop design earrings set with16 oval peridot weighing approx. 6.00 carats and side bezel set diamonds. Retail $1,950.00 Estimate $400-$800 A nice item 599 Attractive 10 karat white gold ladies ring set with a center pear shape blue topaz weighing approx. 5.00 carats and side diamonds. Retail $950.00 Estimate $250-$400 600 SPRINGFIELD Model 1873, # 34707, 45-70 cal. This Custer range carbine retains all 1st model 1873 carbine parts such as long wrist stock, early bands, small parts etc. All original, 50-70% original blue turning plum, slight normal metal age, sharp marks, trace of cartouche, “P” mark behind the trigger guard. Good markings, good action, fair bore with slight erosion ring. An exceptional and original Custer era carbine. Est. $1500-$3000. 601 WINCHESTER Model 75, # 69997, .22 LR, walnut stock, 28” heavy barrel, Redfield peep sights. Very good plus condition, 95% finish, but a crack in the stock on the right over the mag release button. An interesting presentation plaque on the left side says “presented to Garth Sibbald ROTC cadet”. One mag. Est. $300-$600. 602 Lot of 3 barrel actions. M-1 carbine, 1 universal, 2 GI. Parts-as is. Est. $150 - $300. 603 Original U.S. Issue Holster for Colt SA, 7 ½” Cavalry or Schofield with Indian Wars Era belt and buckle. The Holster shows early 3 brass rivet back and two position flap, good condition, some flaking on belt and just normal aging and oiling to Holster. Est. $350-$700. 604 Antique shooters box from the 19th Century consisting of 4-small powder horns, many cap tins, Colt Pocket Model (good) European Combo Mold circa 1850, Shotgun flask and other items in their old handmade box. From Tibbet’s Collection who was a 19th Century California Pioneer and Settler in the Ontario Area. Est. $100-$300. 605 BROWNING, Hi-Power Centennial Model Pistol, #1878D-1787, 9mm semi-auto, bore is excellent. Barrel length is 4.75” and gun is chrome-plated, with inscription “Browning Centennial 878-1978” engraved on the side. Factory fancy checkered wood grips, only 3,500 manufactured in 1978. Gold plated trigger, fixed sights, appears unfired. Complete with centennial fitted case, NO mag. Est. $400-$800. 606 US “Mississippi” rifle by Tryon Phila. dated 18448 in fair to good condition. The barrel has been bored to smooth, the metal is good with a brown patina. The stock was broken and repaired at the wrist. The breech is marked “N.J.” Good Mexican War era date of ’48. Est. $500-$1000. 607 SMITH & WESSON, Lady Smith D.A., #BNY5234, .357 magnum caliber crisp action. Bore should clean to excellent. 3” barrel length, this gun is in overall excellent condition, stainless steel, sharp markings, with original soft case and factory shipping box, hard rubber grips on gun additions Page: 18 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 however, original wood medallion grips are also included. From the Chuck Glass estate. Est. $250-$350. 608 COLT, 1911 A1 Pre-War Pistol, #46620, .38 Super Semi-Auto, bore is very good/bright. 5” barrel length, refinished blue, franzite-type grips, fixed sights, some wear & scratches to finish, high points, and muzzle. Overall very good as refinished condition. Comes with Holster and 1 MAG. Est. $600-$1200 609 Pleasant 14 karat yellow gold ladies ring set with a center MQ cut ruby and pave set with approx. 0.30 carats in fine quality diamonds. Retail $1,250.00 Estimate $300-$500 610 Remington model 700 Sendero Rifle, # E6289346, .300 Win. Mag, bolt action, bore-excellent, 26” heavy barrel, parkerized finish, synthetic stock w/rubber butt pad, jeweled bolt, slight mars, scratches from normal use/storage, slight rust near muzzle, will clean to excellent condition, mounted with Burris 6x – 24x Signature scope. Est. $300 - $600. 611 Fashionable 14 karat white gold ladies pendant set with one black freshwater cultured pearl averaging 8.00 MM in diameter and side pave set diamond. Retail $950.00 Estimate $200-$400 612 High quality 10 karat white gold ladies drop design earrings set with two heart shape sky blue topaz weighing approx. 9.00 carats and accented with round diamonds and pink tourmalines. Retail $1,450.00 Estimate $300-$600 A nice item. 613 ANSCHUTZ Model 1532D Classic Rifle, # 1229478, .222 Rem., blued finish, 24” bull barrel, checkered walnut stock. Rifle is in excellent overall condition, showing the slightest amount of use, in original box. Est. $500-$1000. 614 Spectacular 14 karat yellow gold ladies custom made pendant set with a very large pink topaz and side pave set diamonds weighing approx. 0.15 carats. Retail $1,650.00 Estimate $350-$650 615 Japan Silver Windsor. Cased silver plated sugar, creamer & serving tray. Est. $25 - $50. 616 SMITH & WESSON, 17-4 D.A. revolver, #79K1609, .22 LR cal., with crisp action, and fine bore. 8 3/8” barrel length. This gun is in overall excellent condition showing approx. 98% original blue finish, target hammer & trigger, checkered medallion wood combat grips with factory two-piece blue box. Est. $250-$350. 617 S & W , M 48 Revolver, #367697, .22 RFM cal. double action, bore-very good plus, 8 7/8” barrel. Wide trigger and hammer, target grips and excellent bluing. Est. $225 - $300. 618 Fashionable 10 karat yellow gold ladies ring set with a center oval mystic topaz weighing approx. 3.00 carats and side diamonds. Retail $950.00 Estimate $250-$400 619 WINCHESTER, M-1 Grand Rifle, #1633636, .30-06 auto, bore is very good. 24” barrel length, good to excellent gun with scope mount, sharp lands no pitting, S.A in box and RA stamped in stock, slight scratch on left side of stock above trigger safety, finish is very good. Est. $1,000-$2,000 620 Brilliant 14 karat white gold ladies champagne color diamond stud earrings weighing approx. 0.70 carats. Retail $950.00 Estimate $250-$500 621 Dazzling 10 karat yellow gold ladies anniversary design ring set with round and baguette cut diamonds weighing approx. 1.20 carats of H-I colors and SI/I clarity. Retail $2,950.00 estimate $500-$1,000 A nice item. 622 W.R. Case & Sons knife. Full tang 6” blade, nice edge. Good condition w/ sheath. Est. $25 - $50. 623 Civil War Reenactors, excellent .69 caliber musket bayonet belt, w/cap box, “U.S.” marked leather belt Page: 19 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 buckle. Est. $100 - $150. 624 Attractive 10 karat yellow gold ladies ring set with a center Amethyst weighing 3.30 carats and side diamonds. Retail $850.00 Estimate $150-$300 625 SMITH & WESSON 14-5 Revolver, # BHP3364, 38 Spl., blued finish, 6” barrel, full length barrel lug, adjustable sights, and smooth wooden medallion grips with finger grooves. Gun is in excellent condition with excellent bore, 99% finish, slight cylinder drag line, and is just in need of a cleaning. Est. $300-$500. 626 Gaulois Palm Squeezer pistol, 7.65 mm cal., 2” barrel, blue and case hardened finish, #NVSN. This gun is in overall very good condition showing considerable muted blue finish to frame (with some scattered pinprick pitting and scratches and strong case color to squeezer mechanism), good bore and action, hard rubber squeezer grip has slight damage at bottom edge. Est.: $1,000-$1,500. 627 High-End Custom Drop Point Knife w/thumb rest by W.H. Post, Kingsland, AR full tang, 4 ½” blade, fine grips w/ sheaths. Est. $150 - $300. 628 Hi-Standard Model H-D Military semi-auto pistol, .22 cal., 6 ¾” barrel, blue finish, checkered wood grips, #177228. This gun is in overall very good condition showing approx. 85% original finish, some muzzle wear, very good bore, action, markings and grips, two magazines and home-made wood carry case. Est.: $200-$300. 629 WINCHESTER Model 90 takedown rifle, # 334878, .22 LR, blued finish, 24” octagon barrel, walnut stock. 70% original bluing, thinning on receiver, mostly gone from mag tube, but very good on the barrel. Some pitting on the receiver, with minor freckling on the barrel, with a very good bore. Barrel was re-chambered at the factory to 22 LR. Est. $400-$800. 630 Northern Plains Beaded Leather Child’s Moccasins, ornately decorated, beaded on bottom. Very rare and in excellent condition. Est. $400-800 631 U.S. marked Civil War-Era cartridge box, has ordnance markings. Has its original tin liner and back straps. Fair to good original condition. Est. $150 – $300. 632 COLT, Gold Cup Commander National Match Pistol, GCC1370, .45 ACP S.A., excellent bore, 4 ¼" barrel length, custom edition, stainless finish, wood medallion grips, Elliason adjustable rear sight, checkered mainspring housing, full target, features, needs cleaning, a very rare custom in excellent condition. 1 mag. From the Chuck Glass estate. Est. $800-$1200. 633 HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON Model M-12 Rifle, #AX701545, .22 cal., 28” bull barrel, blued finish, right side of receiver drilled and tapped with scope mount, heavy target stock. Very good condition overall, with a ½” x ½” chip out of the stock between the bolt and safety. US property marked still retaining some of the original packing material, in original box. Est. $350-$700. 634 21” x 14” picture case, 2 pewter plates from “The Maravilla” silver candle stick holder, and 6 pieces of 8: (1) cleaned and dated 1655) and 4 real from the Spanish Galleon Maravilla sunk off the Bahamas. Found by Bob, Mary and Will Bascom. With treasure certificate (Escuro, LTD.) Est. $200 - $400. 635 High Standard Supermatic Citation Pistol, #ML62115, .22 LR cal. semi auto, bore-should clean to excellent, 7.25” fluted bull barrel. Blued finish, checkered wood grips with thumb rest, adjust. target sights & trigger. Full target features. Unusual barrel length, slight wear and scratches, but overall excellent condition w/ box and 2 mags. Est. $300 - $600. 636 WINCHESTER, 70 XTR Sporter Rifle, #G1982957, .25-06 Rem. Bolt Action, bore is dirty will clean to good. 24” barrel length, mounted with Leupold 4-12 Vari-xII Scope. Blued finish, checkered walnut Page: 20 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 stock, jeweled bolt has “951” etched on it. Minimal wear and scratches, some thinning on muzzle. Needs good cleaning but overall v.g. condition. Est. $300-$600. 637 WALTHER PP, # 45450A, .380 cal., blued finish, Walther plastic grips in very good plus condition showing just slight scratches. Imported by Interarms, pistol remains in excellent condition with 98% bluing and excellent bore, showing little use. One mag. Est. $250-$450. 638 Smith & Wesson Performance Center Doug Koenig Custom semi-auto pistol, .38 Super cal., 5” barrel, stainless steel, checkered wood grips, #PC1911-2/DKC0420. This gun is in overall fine condition showing little handling, two magazines, fine bore, crisp action, Wilson Combat adjustable rear sight, stippled front and rear grip straps, adjustable trigger, custom thumb web protector; accompanied with a factory Performance Center metal carry case. Est.: $1,250-$2,500. 639 Colt Elite Team 1911 Pistol, #45ET250, .45 ACP, semi-auto, bore – very good, clean & bright, 5” compensator enlarged mag well, ambi safety, adjustable trigger, beaver tail grip safety, Bo-mar sights, stainless steel frame w/blue slide. Est. $800 - $1,200. 640 SPRINGFIELD ARMORY Custom Shop 1911-A1 Pistol, # NM118468, 40 S&W, two tone finish, adjustable target sights, compensated barrel, Pachmayr grips, extended mag release and all the target features. Gun is in excellent overall condition, showing minor marks and scratches from normal use and storage. Includes, 3 mags, Springfield Armory plastic hard case, and manual. Est. $800-$1200. 641 Remington O/U derringer, .41 cal., 3” barrels, nickel finish, checkered black hard rubber grips, #5. This gun is in overall very good condition showing approx. 80% original finish, good bore, crisp action, good grips, sharp markings, one line Ilion, NY barrel address. Est.: $1,800-$2,200. 642 Ital Guns International, American Pioneer S.A. Revolver, #V195, .22 caliber, crisp action, and good bore. 4 ¾ barrel length. This gun is in overall very good condition with approx. 95% original blue & casehardened Finish, Sharp markings, after market stag grips; accompanied by an additional pair of grips (likely the originals). Est. $200-$400. 643 Remington Model 1870 Revolver, #NSNV, .44 cal. single action, bore dark, 7 7/16” barrel. Slight nickel trace, pitted all over, repaired hammer, grips are broken and repaired. Est. $600 - $1,200. 644 KIMBER Model 82 Government Rifle, # GM004931, .22 LR, 25” bull barrel, blued finish, no sights, smooth target stock, with rubber spacers. Excellent condition, as new in box. Est. $600-$1200. 645 SPRINGFEILD, MIA Rifle, #058889, 7.62 NATO Semi-Auto, bore good may-clean. 22” with muzzle brake barrel length. Parkerized finish, with later added standard military M14 issue stock with cartouche, hinged steel butt plate and butt compartment, with fiberglass heat shield and adjustable aperture sights. Overall very good condition. Est. $600-$1200. 646 Vibrant 10 karat yellow gold ladies pendant set with a fine large blue topaz weighing approx.10.00 carats and side diamonds. Retail $995.00 Estimate $250-$450 647 Colt Special Lady model DA revolver, .38 special cal., 2” barrel, nickel finish, Colt medallion wrap around hard rubber grips, #SV7572. This gun is in overall fine condition showing approx. 98% original finish, excellent bore, crisp action, fine grips, bobbed hammer, accompanied by a factory blue plastic carry case, web holster and instructions. Est.: $200-$300. 648 SMITH & WESSON K-38 Masterpiece Revolver, # K179988, 38 Spl., blued finish, 6” barrel, Hogue Monogrip, adjustable sights. Early and desirable 5 screw revolver should clean to excellent overall condition showing very little use. Est. $400-$600. 649 Stylish 14 karat yellow gold ladies freeform design set with 7 MQ cut apple green Jade weighing approx. 5.00 carats. Retail $1,350.00 Estimate $300-$500 Page: 21 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 LOT # 650 Old hand colored Print of Ontario, California 1883 in 1920’s Stickley style frame. Bancroft Litho, name penned on back with info. Was made 1920’s as promo for town according to consignor. Est. $100-$300. 651 American Indian turquoise and silver bracelet with four stones and hand constructed mountings, signed “H.H.L.”, shows wear and a lovely patina, appears to be old pawn. Est.: $250-$450. 652 Very fine quality 14 karat yellow gold ladies custom pendant set channel set with very fine ideal cut diamonds weighing approx.0.25 carats of G-H colors and VVS clarity. Retail $1,650.00 Estimate $400-$800 A nice item 653 Italian copy of a Sharps Model 1865 conversion Sporting rifle, 45-70 cal., 28” round barrel, blue and case hardened finish, checkered wood stocks, adjustable rear tang sight, #25205. This gun is in overall fine condition showing approx. 97% original finish, fine bore, action, markings and stocks with some scattered nicks and mars from storage and handling. Est.: $300-$600. 654 SPRINGFIELD Trapdoor rifle converted by the movie studios to fire blanks for epic Hollywood Golden Era ‘desert movies’. Made to look like a flintlock long tribal musket. Fair to good condition. Est. $200-$400. 655 WEATHERBY Mark V Rifle, # SB041730, .257 Wby. Mag., 26” fluted stainless barrel, satin blued receiver, black synthetic stock with rubber recoil pad. Rifle is in excellent condition, with minor scratches on the receiver, otherwise appears almost new. Est. $500-$1000. 656 Vibrant 14 karat yellow gold ladies ring set with a large smoky topaz weighing approx. 8.00 carats. Retail $995.00 Estimate $200-$400 657 Art Villis, made in Squingen Germany clip point w/ serrated thumb rest Stag grips w/ aluminum end cap, w/ 2 tone sheath. Also made in Germany. Est. $75 - $150. 658 Wonderful 14 karat yellow gold ladies ring set with a nice carved pink Italian coral. Retail $950.00 Estimate $200-$400 659 SMITH & WESSON Lady Smith 2nd Model Revolver, # 13654, .22 cal., 3 ½” barrel, nickel finish, pearl grips. Good condition overall, retaining approximately 30-50% original finish, minor freckling and pitting, very good pearl grips, bore is rough. Est. $300-$600. 660 Original Patriotic Advertiser for Liberty Bonds signed in block Alfred Everitt ORR.and dated 1918. Shows Soldier’s return to wife and child. Est. $75-150 661 Original Patriotic Advertising Poster entitled “Keep ‘em Smiling” help war camp community service. Artwork of Soldier, Sailor, Marine by M. Leone Bracker 1918. Fair condition with ends tattered. Est. $75-150 662 HOLLAND & HOLLAND double rifle case, leather over wood, with a red felt interior. Case is in fair condition, with some of the leather missing from the lower right corner of the lid. Est. $100-200. 663 Ka-bar style copy knife w/wooden handle 8” blade marked “Western Pat’d”, no sheath. Est. $15 - $40. 664 3-tone Black Hills Gold Ring, Nature Motif. Est. $75-150 665 Lundgren Bayonet w/scabbard for Swedish semi-auto rifle w/scabbard. Est. $15 - $30. Page: 22 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 LOT # 666 Pair of Colt modern-era Lady Deringers in factory leatherette case, both .22 Short cal., 2 ½” barrels, both in overall very good condition; one is gold plated with faux pearl grips, #24802DER; the other is nickel plated with faux ivory grips, #16756N. Both show approx. 90% original finish with both having very good bores, actions, markings and grips. Est.: $150-$300. 667 Ka-bar style fighting knife w /sheath, marked “U.S. Camillas, NY”. Est. $50 - $75. 668 Mexican Bowie with bone grip Eagle-head pommel with scabbard in good condition. Est. $75-$150. 669 Mauser Model 1909 bolt-action rifle, action only, 7.65 mm cal., #M1846, in overall good condition, must be registered. Est.: $50-$75. 670 German dirk. Sterling silver handle & guard, dated Sept 1800 – 1900 on one side, initials on the other side. Est. $150 - $200. 671 COLT 1908 Pocket Hammerless, # 131133, .380 cal., blued finish, checkered wood Colt medallion grips. Pistol is in excellent condition, retaining approximately 99% original finish, showing the slightest losses at the high points and very slight pin pricking starting in a few areas. Bright bore in excellent condition, and an excellent example of an early Colt automatic. One mag. Est. $400-$800. 672 2 Eastern European 1950’s Era bayonets w/scabbards. Fair to good condition. Est. $40 - $60. 673 Genuine Stag handles small hunting-style knife from Solingen Cutlery B. Svoboda. Made in Germany. Some scratches and wear. Comes with sheath, and 4” blade. Est. $75-$125. 674 Cameo in Silver Frame. Est. 75-150 675 U.S. marked Remington Enfield, 1917 bayonet w/flaming bomb and eagle head proofs. Very good – fine original condition w/ excellent original leather sheath. Est. $75 - $150. 676 Navy Arms copy of a Winchester Model 1866 lever action SRC, .22LR cal., 19” round barrel, blue finish, brass receiver, wood stocks, #1454. This gun is in overall very good condition showing the majority of its blue finish, medium pleasing patina to brass frame, good bore, action, markings and wood. Est.: $300-$600. 677 CUSTOMIZED SPORTER, Built on Mauser action, #142, .270 win. Bolt Action, bore is very good. 24 ½" Barrel length. Gun has blued finish, custom wood stock with contoured pistol grip, mounted with military style scope. Refinished and built around 98 action missing forend cap, overall good as refinished condition. Est.$150-$300 678 RUGER, Security-Six (Mod. 717) Stainless Revolver, #158-26976, .357 double-action, bore is dirty but should clean to very good. 4” barrel length, gun has stainless finish, Pachmayr rubber grips, adjustable sights, needs cleaning, some scratches and wear, but overall very good condition. Est. $175-$350. 679 Mauser Model 1909 bolt-action rifle, action only, 7.65 mm cal., #M2982, in overall good condition, must be registered. Est.: $50-$75. 680 Mauser Model 1909 bolt-action rifle, action only, 7.65 mm cal., #M4976, in overall good condition, ,must be registered. Est.: $50-$75. 681 Mauser Model 1909 bolt-action rifle, action only, 7.65 mm cal., #M2984, in overall good condition, Page: 23 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 must be registered. Est.: $50-$75. 682 Decorator Antique Adding Machine circa 1920, fair to poor condition. Est. $20-40 683 S & W Model 27 Revolver, #5131743, .357 cal. double action, bore-good, 8 ¼” barrel. Slight blemish at bottom of trigger guard, target sights, factory grips, case hardened hammer & trigger, 4 screw, 80 – 95% blue. Est. $275 - $375. 684 Ruger Model 10/22 carbine, .22LR cal., 18 1/2 " barrel, blue finish, wood stock, # 40898. This gun is in overall very good condition showing approx. all it's original finish, fine bore, crisp action, mounted with Redfield 4X scope and green woven military-type sling. Est.: $150-$300. 685 Harrington & Richardson Ultra bolt-action rifle, 30-06 cal., 26” round barrel, blue finish, checkered pistol grip Monte Carlo cheek piece stock, #82297. This gun is in overall excellent condition showing approx. 99% original finish, fine bore, action, markings and wood; scope mounts on top of frame, sling swivel eye hooks. Est.: $200-$300. 686 SMITH & WESSON Model 13-1 Revolver, # D960860, .357 Mag., 4” heavy barrel, blued finish, checkered walnut medallion grips. Overall good condition, with finish thinning at the high points and at the muzzle, slight rust under the barrel near the ejector rod, and minor freckling. Grips are good to very good, checkering is thinning, and there are small nicks and gouges. Est. $150-$300. 687 Lot of 3 BSA rifle scopes; BSA Platinum 6-24 x 44mm, BSA Four Star 36 x 50mm, and BSA reconditioned 3-12 x 50mm. Scopes are in the box. Est.$ 250-$500. 688 Misc. lot of modern and collectible holsters. Est. $50 - $100. 689 Customized Browing Safari Rifle, #10293RP117, 7mm REM. MAG, bolt action, bore-good, custom 26” McGowen heavy barrel, nice refinished blue, Monte Carlo style checkered wood stock, fluted bolt, mounted w/Simmons 3x132 scope, pin prick pitting has started, wood with some mars and dings, very good overall condition. Est. $250-$500. 690 SMITH & WESSON Model 686-3 Revolver, # BHY8152, .357 Mag, 6” barrel with full barrel lug, stainless, adjustable sights, checkered wooden Medallion grips. Excellent condition with a slight drag line on the cylinder. A classic target revolver. Est. $300-$500. 691 SMITH & WESSON Model 52 Pistol, #50462, .38 special Mid-Range S.A., very good bore, 5” barrel length, very rare only 3,500 produced, .38 master, blued finish, checkered walnut grips with medallion. Slide drilled and tapped for full length Bo-mar adjustable target sights. Very good condition with some scratches and wears from normal use. NO mag. From Chuck Glass estate. Est. value $600-$800. 692 HIGH-STANDARD Supermatic Trophy Pistol, # ML72500, 22 LR, blued finish, adjustable sights, 5 ½” bull barrel, adjustable sights. Pistol is in excellent overall condition with 99% original finish and only the slightest marks from handling and use. One mag. Est. $300-$500. 693 WEATHERBY by Miroku, Varmint Master Rifle, #S06635, 22-250 Bolt action, bore should clean to excellent. 26” heavy barrel, polished blue finish, very nice checkered Monte Carlo style walnut stock with rosewood caps on pistol grip and forend, mounted with Leupold 6.5 x 20 Vari-X III scope. Excellent bluing, stock has a couple nicks in it. Overall very good condition. Est. $600-$1200. 694 BROWNING, Belgian Hi-Power Pistol, #76C28600, 9mm D.A., excellent bore, 4.75” barrel length, blued finish, checked wood grips, adjustable sights, a very clean Hi-Power, excellent condition. NO Mag. From the Chuck Glass estate. Est. value $400-$700 695 14k White Gold Sapphire and Diamond Pendant (oval Sapphire approx. 2.5ct., 8 st. baguettes tw. 0.16ct. 14 round Diamonds tw. 0.30ct.) Est. $450-900 Page: 24 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 LOT # 696 Elegant 14 karat white gold ladies pendant set with a nice aquamarine weighing 1.25 carats and surrounded by round cut weighing approx.0.40 carats in F-G color and SI clarity. Retail $2,350.00 Estimate $400-$700 Nice 697 Pleasant 10 karat white gold ladies ring set with a center ruby and diamonds weighing approx. 1.50 carats. Retail $650.00 Estimate $150-$300 698 Marvelous 10 karat yellow gold ladies ring set with a large pear shape Amethyst weighing approx. 9.00 carats. Retail $950.00 Estimate $200-$400 699 SPRINGFIELD ARMORY Trophy Match Pistol, # NM168713, 40 S&W, parkerized finish with adjustable sights, finely checkered front strap, mag well funnel, and stainless barrel bushing, checkered wood grips. Pistol is in excellent overall condition showing slight use, and includes plastic factory case and 2 mags. Est. $800-$1200. 700 Smith & Wesson Model 544 Revolver, #TWT-2956, 44 –40 ca double action, bore – excellent, 5” barrel, only 4,782 mfg. in 1986 to commemorate the Texas Sesquicentennial , 1836- 1986 date are marked on the frame and barrel, smooth Gongaio commemorative grips, serial no. range TWT0001 – TWT7800, w/ lockable wood case and papers. Est. $350 - $700. 701 14K-marked gold cigar cutter with patent date of Dec. 9, ’02; approx. 2” X 1” with engraved body including the initials “AP”. A quality smoking antique accessory. Est.: $150-$300. 702 Bonanza lot of holsters and related items: Leather, plastic, suede and nylon holsters for both revolvers and automatics, and mag storage from Glock, Bianchi, DeSantis, Safariland etc. Also included is a Bushnell 3x9 scope, as new in box. Est. $75-$150. 703 Winchester, model 1895, barrel and receiver, no action, .30 cal U.S. retains 70% finish, barrel show pitting, missing front sight blade, bore is fair. Est. $50 - $100. 704 LOT of livestock convention advertising ribbons and medals; including 2 from Ft. Worth, TX event 1901 and 1907; a Kansas City advertiser, and a National Livestock Association 1919 pin. Est. $75-$150. 705 Lot of Books including Hatcher’s “Book of the Garand”, Browning Arms & History, M1 Carbine training manual for Dept.’s of Army and Air Force, NRA Book of Small Arms, Vol. 2 Rifles and 4 Sotherby & Co. Catalogs. Total of 9 books, 29 Guides/Pamphlets. Est. $50 - $100. 706 AMERICAN Flintlock Kentucky rifle, maple stock, from the early 19th Century, showing British Tower lock. Good, untouched, out of the attic condition. Approx. .40 cal. Rifled 46” barrel, 61” overall, slight rust and pitting on metal, very good wood. Est. $750-$1500. 707 Foreign copy of Enfield 2 band musket. Fair to good . Made 19th century, a good and close copy probably colonial troops used. Est. $200 - $400. 708 AC 43-Walther model P-38 Pistol, #1896D, 9mm semi-auto, bore – fair/good, standard barrel, old re-blue, no import marks, good edges and markings, good grips. Good overall. Est. $250 - $500. 709 Oval Blue Topaz and 12 Diamond Ring. Est. $150-300 710 WINCHESTER Model 70 Super Grade Rifle, #114849, 220 Swift, 26” barrel, matte finish, checkered walnut stock, rubber butt pad. Rifle is in overall excellent condition with very good bore, slight pin prick pitting starting on receiver, and only minor marks and dings from use and storage. Mounted with a Leupold Vari-X II 4x12 scope. Est. $400-$800. Page: 25 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 711 Walther Model P88 Pistol, #008099, 9mm double action, bore-very good, should clean to excellent, 4” barrel. Blued finish, black checkered plastic grips, ambidext de-cocking lever, some scratches and wear to finish. Comes in original box w/paperwork., no mag, very good condition. Est. $400 - $800. 712 Fighting knife made from German bayonet on plaque. Est. $50-100. 713 Colt model 1903 Pistol, # 241689, .32 ACP semi auto, bore – very good, 3.75" barrel, buled finish, early Colt checkered hard rubber grips no chips or cracks, finish has thinned, 60%, fair to good condition, 1 mag. Est. $100 - $250 714 U.S. Army horse bit and bridle in overall fair to good condition with one eagle seal rosette; circa early 1900’s. Est.: $50-$100. 715 Crosman, model: 600 CO2 Powered, .22 cal. semi auto pellet gun, #070080, 5” barrel. In original box w/paperwork, CO2 box w/ 1 CO2, and .22 cal pellets in original tin. Est. $30 - $60. 716 Stylish 10 karat yellow gold ladies circular pendant channel set with approx. 0.25 carats in H-I color diamonds. Retail $750.00 Estimate $150-$300. 717 WINCHESTER Model 70 XTR Sporter Rifle, # G2037139, .30-06 cal., blued finish, 24” barrel, jeweled bolt, checkered walnut stock with rubber recoil pad and swivel mounts. Good bore should clean to very good or better, metal is excellent, very good stock with minor dings and scratches. Mounted with a Leupold Vari-X II 3x9 scope. Est. $400-$800. 718 Lot of Books of the Civil War Arms, various authors. Est. $75-150 719 Colt, F1700, #32369, .44, S.A. cap & ball revolver, bore is excellent, 7 ½” barrel length. Authentic Colt black powder series 1st Dragoon like new in original box, discontinued. Est. $400-$800. 720 Crossman, .22 cal. semi auto CO2 pellet gun, 8” barrel. Original refillable 37 oz. CO2 tank, in original box. Est. $30 - $60. 721 WEAVER T-36 1/8” M.O.A. fixed power rifle scope, as new in box. Est. $50-$100. 722 Lot of 6 knives, (1) U.S. M3 Fighting Knife, (2) U.S. M8 Bayonets 1 for M16 / 2 for M1 Garand, (1) 10.5” folding Bowie-type blade, (1) Swill army-style utility camping knife. Est. $75 - $150. 723 Box lot: 3 leathers, 2 nylon, 1 belt, 1 sling, 1 brown gun belt, 1 black, 1 new camo sling, 1 GI pistol belt, 1 Vietnam, canteen w/ cover, 1 WW II canteen w/ cover. Est. $50 - $100. 724 A 14kt. Ladies Ring set with Biwa Pearl and two Diamonds. Est. $173-$350. 725 Excellent Copy of “Arkansas Toothpick” or Southern D. Guard Bowie mounted on Plaque. Handmade and very exacting. Must have been a long labor of love because no one would pay to have this Custom made by a Knifemaker unless he had money than good sense. Est. $250-$500. 726 Hawes Firearms Co. (by J.P. Sauer & Sohn) SAA revolver, .22 cal., 5 ½” barrel, black finish, smooth wood grips, #164512. This gun is in overall good condition showing the majority of its original finish with some muzzle wear, good action, markings, bore and grips. Est.: $100-$175. Page: 26 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 LOT # 727 Spotting scope with stand by Bushnell. Est. $50-$100. 728 HALLBACH & SONS marked full stock Kentucky type buck and ball gun converted from flintlock to percussion. Hallbach has been identified to the Baltimore area and only about half a dozen long arms with his name on them are known. Fair to good original condition, showing shortening at the time of conversion. About a 16 Ga., brass mounted with loss of wood around the lock area. Metal is brown with rust and erosion. Est. $400-$800. 729 H & R Arms Revolver, .22 Special, #599106, .22 cal. LR, double action, bore-fair plus, 6” barrel. 75% blue finish, front sight missing, some pitting on barrel, walnut checkered grips. Est. $90 - $150. 730 Walther Model P-38, # 5380K, 9mm semi-auto, bore-good, barrel V.G, shows 70% old re-blue finish, brown composite grips (Mauser type) some pitting and only fair condition, no import marks. Est. $200 - $400. 731 SMITH & WESSON Model 640-1, # BUC2852, .357 Mag, stainless steel, Pachmayr grips. Gun remains in very good plus condition, showing normal marks from use and storage. Enclosed hammer is very desirable for concealed carry. Plastic factory hard case included. Est. $300-$500. 731a Misc. small lot including a “brick” of 500 .22 cal. Yellow Jacket Remington ammo, a box of Federal .45 auto ammunition, a box of Winchester Western .45 ammo, .38 special by California Brand, two Outer’s gun cleaning kits and a Chapman Gun Screw Driver Kit. Est.: $50-$75. 732 GLOCK Model 24 Pistol, #AUU138, 40 S&W Longslide, fixed sights, in overall excellent condition showing little use. Slight scratches from normal use and storage, early model without finger grooved front strap, in Glock “Tupperware” box. NO mag included. Est. $300-$500. 733 Bohemian lead crystal and hand cut Vase. Sticker still applied. Est. $50-100. 734 Map Horn in 18th Century style but 20th Century, well done older copy. Est. $200-$400. 735 English style Halbred or Pale arm circa 1450-1650. Armorer marked on old possible original shaft or pole, reduced. 1-3 feet in length, head rusted but uncleaned and real to the period. Est. $700-1,400+++ 736 WATERFORD cut crystal vase, approximately 12” tall, in fine condition. Est. $150-300. 737 Hi-Standard model H-D Military Pistol, # 233624, .22 LR semi-auto, bore-excellent, 6.75” barrel, blued finish, checkered walnut grips, drift adjust. sights, bluing is worn but very good overall condition w/holster and 1 mag. Est. $250 - $400 738 REMINGTON, 700 Sendero Rifle, E6250373. 7mm Remington mag bolt action, bore will clean to good. 26” heavy barrel, with matte finish, synthetic stock, free floating barrel, jeweled bolt. Shows signs of rust from poor storage, gun is good overall condition. Est.300-600 739 A 14kt. Ladies Ring set with oval and baguettes Tourmaline and Diamonds. Est. $175-$350. 740 Spandau Mauser Mauser model 71/84, #9210, 11 mm bolt action, bore-very good, 31 ½” barrel, hex receiver, finish has turned brown patina, excellent markings on receiver, straight wood stock, very good condition. Est. $100-$200. 741 Malaysian Kris dagger with fancy carved ivory grip, meteorite steel blade and exotic hardwood scabbard with hammered silver colored overlay on scabbard. Approx. 100-200 years old. Est. Page: 27 Little John's Auction Service March 2009 Auction 3/24/2009-3/25/2009 $150-$300. 742 Nambu, Model 14 Pistol, #19797, 8mm cal. semi auto, 4 ½” barrel. WW II 1944 -1945, some pitting around grip, front and back, bore good and bright, 1 clip. Est. $150 - $300. 743 Stevens Model 325 bolt action rifle, 30-30 cal., 21” round barrel, blue finish, wood stock, #NVSN. This gun is in overall good condition showing approx. 95% original remaining finish, very good bore, action and markings, good wood, no magazine. Est.: $100-$200. 744 Excellent group of 17 reference books, all in very good to excellent condition. Included are “South Western Colonial Ironwork” by Simmons and Turley, “Spanish Military Weapons in Colonial America 1700-1821” by Brinkerhoff & Chamberlain, and “The Gunfighters” by Schoenberger; all volumes now out of print. Also are various volumes by R.L. Wilson, including “The Peacemakers”, “Colt, An American Legend”, Fiestad’s “21st Blue Book of Gun Values”, “Fladerman’s Guide” and much more. Est. 250-500. 745 Lot of Saltwater Action Adventure Gear includes: 38 special spear gun w/spear, Daiwa Rockcod Special large saltwater reel. Est. $100 – $200. 746 IVER JOHNSON Safety Automatic Double Action, # 78130, .32 cal., 3”barrel, nickeled finish, with original hard rubber grips. Gun is in very good to fine condition overall, with 98% original nickel finish that is just starting to pit in a few areas. Grips are excellent, showing almost no wear, bore is rough. Est. 125-250. 747 Handmade Clip-point Knife w/horn handle, 6 ½” blade. Est. $35 - $70. 748 WINCHESTER original Sporting Rifles wood crate, filled with a bonanza lot of ammo and reloading components; 2 Winchester collector tins of 12 Ga 125th Anniversary Super X high brass shotgun shells; 10 boxes of Winchester .45-70 ammo, 20 Remington .45-70 Gov’t rounds and 20 empty brass, Remington .348 Win. Express empty brass, approx. 500 .348 lead bullets and 125 copper bullets, and a Lyman hand loading tool. Est. $400-$800. 749 Cobalt Blue Pressed Glass Candy Dish with lid. Est. $70-140 750 WINCHESTER Model 64 Rifle, #1429290, .30 WCF cal., 24” barrel, original finish drifted to brown patina, good condition overall, with usual marks and dings from use. Est. $300-$600.