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**SOLD**LAYAWAY 29/11**SOLD**EXTREMELY RARE, 1860-1869 American Spencer Repeating Rifle Company 1860 Patent Buffalo Hunting Rifle In .52” Rim Fire Obsolete Calibre With Removable Tubular Magazine & Flip Up Long Range Sights. Sn 15849 - 15849
The Spencer .52 calibre repeating rifle was designed by Christopher Spencer in 1860. It was a manually operated lever-action, repeating rifle (39" overall) fed from a tube magazine. Production began in 1860 and ended in 1869. The Spencer had an innovative tubular magazine fed into the butt via a trap with steel latch. Carbine versions of the Spencer are rare but rifles are extremely rare. This is an excellent example of the very rare Spencer rifle. These large calibre rifles were used for hunting Buffalo. The metal work has original blue finish & even patina. Its original wood stock is undamaged and has just light bumps and bruises to be expected. The 28 ½” barrel’s bore is clean and the rifling crisp. The rifle is 47 ¼” overall length. It is fitted with a small flip up rear sight and additional large long range flip up sight. It also has a block & blade fore sight & correct steel butt plate with tubular magazine & latch plate. The top of the breech is stamped ‘Spencer Repeating Rifle Co Boston Mass Pat’d March 6 1860’. The stock tang is numbered ‘1444’. The loading and firing actions work perfectly. The price for extremely rare Spencer Buffalo rifle includes UK delivery. NB As an antique obsolete calibre weapon no licence is required to own this item in the UK if retained as a part of a collection or display. Sn 15849
£0.00

**SOLD**SOLD**27/11**SUPERB, C1890 BSA Martini Action .297/.250 Obsolete Calibre Rook Rifle. Sn 15847 - 15847
This is an excellent and sought after C1890 .297/.250 Obsolete Calibre Birmingham Small Arms, Martini Action Rook Rifle. It has a 24 ½” barrel which has a crisp clean bore with sharp rifling and it measures 40" overall. Its Martini Action works crisply. It has all original stock with chequered panel wrist & fore stock with chequered panels & polished horn end cap. The wood is excellent with no damage. It has a block and blade foresight and flip up 3 leaf rear sight graduated from 50 to 150 yards. The top of the barrel is engraved with the manufacturer's name 'Made By The Birmingham Small Arms Co Ltd England Cartridge .297/.250’ together with number 14687. It has a steel butt plate and sling swivel lugs. The action is crisply engraved with scenes on both sides. One side with game birds in the field , the other with Hares / Rabbits in the field. The metal work retains all of its original blue finish. The price for this excellent piece includes UK delivery. NB As an antique obsolete calibre rifle no licence is required to own this item in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 15847
£0.00

SOLD SOLD (23/11) Victorian British WD 1862 Enfield Snider MK II*.577 Calibre 2 Band Rifle With Stock Regiment Marked ‘SG’ to the Scots Guards . Sn 15846 - 15846
This is an original British WD .577 Snider Patent 2 band rifle by Enfield. The Snider action was introduced to British service in 1866 and muzzle loading Enfield Carbines were converted to allow the use of the .577 calibre brass cartridge. They remained in use until the Martini Henry was introduced. This Snider rifle has a 30 ½” barrel with clean bore and crisp 5 groove rifling. The barrel and action have WD inspection / proof marks. The metal work has even patina throughout. It has a steel butt plate, fore end block & trigger guard. The original wood is undamaged with just light bumps and bruises to be expected. The wood is impressed with roundel and SG 22 marks to the Scots Guards (the Scots Guards (SG), part of the Guards Division, is one of the Foot Guards regiments of the British Army. Their origins lie in the personal bodyguard of King Charles I of England and Scotland. Its lineage can be traced back to 1642, although it was only placed on the English Establishment (thus becoming part of what is now the British Army) in 1686. The Regiment is the oldest formed Regiment in the Regular Army in service today). The action plate is marked ’Enfield’ together with ‘1862’ date & crisp Crown Victorian crown mark. The breech cover has a knurled steel locking catch and inspection marks. The action is strong and works as it should. It has sling swivels, bayonet lug, steel cleaning rod, fixed foresight and adjustable rear ladder sight. The price includes UK delivery. NB As an antique, obsolete calibre weapon no licence is required to own this weapon in the UK if retained as a part of a collection or display. Sn 15846
£0.00

SOLD...SOLD...SOLD... (10.12) 1903 Winchester Repeating Arms Company Model 1901 Law Enforcement & Stage Coach Companies 10 Gauge Under Lever Action Shotgun. Sn 15852 - 15852
The Model 1901 was one of the first truly successful repeating shotguns . Its lever-action design was chosen at the behest of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company, best known at the time as manufacturers of lever-action firearms such as the Winchester model 1873. Designer John Browning suggested that a pump-action would be much more appropriate for a repeating shotgun, but Winchester management's position was that, at the time, the company was known as a "lever-action firearm company", and felt that their new shotgun must also be a lever-action for reasons of brand recognition. The shotguns were used widely by U.S. law enforcement agencies and stagecoach companies. This Model 1901 in black powder 10 gauge is furnished with a 30” barrel. Its smooth bore has just light staining consistent with age. The top of the barrel has the Winchester address model and calibre detail. It has undamaged metal work with even patina and original wood furniture with steel butt plate. Its under lever action is crisp and it fires perfectly as it should. The left side plate has the Winchester monogram and the steel action tang is stamped with the Winchester name. The weapon is serial number 66008 which dates it to 1903. Price for this rugged under lever shotgun includes UK Delivery. NB As an obsolete calibre black powder shotgun no licence is required to own this item in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 15852
£1,675.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. WW1 1917 Dated No.23 MK ll Mills Hand Grenade. O 1391 - O 1391
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a WW1 1917 dated No.23 MK ll Mills hand grenade, first introduced in 1917 and declared obsolete in 1918. This grenade has a cast iron body and has O2 cast into it under the filler plug. The cast iron base plug is marked with No 23 MK ll 4 17 (April 1917) and the manufacturer JGW. The fly off handle is stamped with a K which is A Kendrick and Sons of West Bromwich. No licence is required to possess this inert grenade items in the UK if retained as part of a collection or displays. The price includes UK delivery. O 1391
£295.00

SOLD SOLD (28/11) 1912-1915 Marlin USA Model 92 (1892) .32 Rimfire Obsolete Calibre Lever Action Rifle With Tube Magazine. Sn 15853 - 15853
This is an excellent Marlin Model 92 (1892) lever action rifle in the obsolete calibre .32 rimfire. It has excellent undamaged woodwork, original finish on the metalwork and strips, cocks and dry fires as it should. It's 24" round steel barrel has a clean rifled bore and is nicely stamped on top of the barrel with the Marlin Fire-Arms Co. New Haven address & patents for 1878- 1892. The tube magazine located beneath the barrel has a steel button catch on the magazine end cap. The underside of the frame is stamped with number 'A6778' which dates its manufacture to between 1912 & 1915. It has a steel butt plate, German silver blade foresight & adjustable rear sight. The price includes UK delivery. NB As an obsolete calibre antique rifle no licence is required to own this item in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 15853
£0.00

SOLD SOLD (02/12) Early Production 1886 Winchester Model 1885 (Browning’s 1879 Patent) .32 Rim Fire Obsolete Calibre ‘Low Wall’ Lever Action Falling Block Single Shot Rifle With Octagonal Barrel . Sn 15851 - 15851
The Model 1885 Single Shot rifle was John M. Browning’s first design and patent, and it was first single shot to be built by Winchester. The patent for the Model 1885 rifle was what brought John M. Browning and the Winchester Repeating Arms Company together for beginning of their eventual 19-year association. Two models of the Winchester Model 1885 falling-block action were produced, the Low Wall and the High Wall ( Low Wall which showed an exposed hammer and the so-called High Wall whose steel frame covered most of the firing hammer when viewed from the side). Winchester produced nearly 140,000 Single Shot rifles from 1885 to 1920, and it was found that the falling-block Model 1885 had been built with one of the strongest actions known at that time. This is a very good example of the Winchester Model 1885. It has a 26” octagonal barrel (42 ¼” overall). The top barrel flat is crisply signed with Winchester manufacturer detail (illustrated). The barrel's bore has crisp rifling and just staining consistent with age & use. The barrel has calibre detail ‘.32 Cal RF’ and the action tang is numbered ‘3600’ which dates its manufacture to 1886. The tang also has John Browning’s patent date ‘’Pat Oct 7th 79 (1879)’. The blued metal work has even patina. The wood work is all original and has just light bumps and bruises to be expected with age & use. It has a curved steel butt plate. The weapon has German silver blade fore sight & adjustable rear sight. Its loading, cocking & firing actions work perfectly. The price for this obsolete calibre rook rifle includes UK delivery. NB As an obsolete calibre antique rifle no licence is required to own this item in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 15851
£0.00

SCARCE, 1892-1910 Chicago Fire Arms Company USA .32 Rim Fire Obsolete Calibre Factory Nickel Plated 7 Shot Repeating Palm Pistol. Sn 15878 - 15878
The Protector Palm Pistol is a small .32 rimfire revolver designed to be the size of a pocket watch and is a unique pistol in that it is not fired using a conventional trigger, but by the operator squeezing his or her fist when the pistol is concealed in the palm of the hand. It was unique in that the revolver was clasped in a fist with the barrel protruding between two fingers and the entire handgun was squeezed in order to fire a round. The Protector Palm Pistol was first patented and built in France in 1882 by Jacques Turbiaux and sold as the "Turbiaux Le Protector" or the "Turbiaux Disc Pistol". Later in 1883 it was built in the USA as The Protector by Minneapolis Firearms Co.. Peter H. Finnegan of Austin, Illinois bought the patent in 1892 and founded the Chicago Fire Arms Co. to make and market the pistols. In anticipation of the World's Columbian Exposition in 1893, he contracted the Ames Sword Company of Chicopee, Massachusetts to manufacture 15,000 pistols. Ames made 1,500 of the pistols by the deadline of the exhibition. Finnegan sued for damages and engaged in a lawsuit with Ames. The company countersued and settled with Finnegan, but, through the years, had amassed a large production run of 12,800 pistols. The company sold the inventory and abandoned the design by 1910. Remington manufactured the rimfire ammunition for this pistol, 32 Extra Short and alternatively 32 Protector, until 1920. Most Protectors were nickel-plated to prevent corrosion from being carried in close contact with the owner. These guns were shipped with gutta percha hard rubber inserts for additional protection. This is an excellent fully functioning example of the factiory nickel plated Chicago Firearms Co ‘Protector’ palm pistol. The 1 ¾” barrel has a foliate engraved collar. The barel has a clean bore with crisp rifling. The pistol has the correct disc body with foliate edged engraved decoration and gutta percha decorative disc inserts. The steel centres are marked on both sides with crisp manufacturer and patent detail (all illustrated). The inside of the turn off disc on the left side of the frame and the internal 7 shot rotating cylinder mechanism are both numbered ‘738’. The front of the disc frame has the correct finger spur and safety lever. The rear of the disc frame has the correct sprung steel firing lever with chequered panel gutta percha grip which is undamaged. The price for this hard to find, unusual pistol includes UK delivery. NB As an antique obsolete calibre weapon no licence is required to own this item in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 15878
£1,475.00

WW2 & Cold War Era British Home Office Secomak Type 447 Hand Operated Portable Crank Handle Air Raid Syren (Siren) and Tubular Stand. Sn 15871 - 15871
An original World War II & Cold War era hand operated portable Air Raid Syren (Siren) with tubular metal stand although it has no labels remaining it is no doubt an original Secomak Type 447 siren . These hand-operated sirens were intended for large or remote establishments such as R.A.F. airfields and large factories where the public air raid warning may not have reached. The siren consists of a simple bladed drum rotated through the use of the handle. The blades are angled so that air is drawn in through the holes in the voice box casing, and forced out the side to produce a howling tone. In order to produce the fluctuating 'Action Warning' signal, the user let go of the handle and let the siren slow down before cranking up again to reach the high note. There appears to be very little documentation charting the history of the Type 447, but it would seem to originate in the late 1930's. This terrific air raid siren, complete with original grey painted tubular steel stand. The siren is in perfect working order. The original grey painted finish is in excellent condition. The wooden handle is smooth with no cracks. The siren has a metal grill over the rotating blades. This siren is very loud. The siren can be unclamped from the stand for storage by unscrewing a lug on the underside of the siren. The stand with Siren mounted is 33" height overall. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15871
£495.00

WW2 Era Thompson USA Model 1928A1 Auto Ordnance Corp .45 ACP Calibre Sub Machine Gun With Sling Swivels & Original Auto Ordnance Stick Magazine. **UK/EU DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED**. Sn 15880 - 15880
This is an increasingly hard to find WW2, Thompson Model 1928A1 SMG. It is an excellent example and its wood stock is undamaged as is its metal work with original finish. The weapon is crisply stamped 'Auto -Ordnance Corporation, Bridgeport, Connecticut, U.S.A. on the right side of the frame and 'Thompson Submachine Gun, Caliber .45 Automatic Cartridge’ together with ‘US Model Of 1928A1’ & number ‘S-322893’ on the left side of the frame. The top of the frame is stamped with the Thompson name and legend. The muzzle has its original ‘cutts’ compensator’. The Thompson is complete with an original Auto Ordnance marked stick magazine. The weapon is fitted with sling swivels and flip up 'Lyman' rear sight. It has a metal butt plate with trap. Deactivated to UK / EU specification the weapon’s slide and trigger move and the magazine can be removed but it will not cock and dry fire. It is not capable of stripping. The price includes UK/EU deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 15880
£1,275.00

WW2 1941 Canadian Inglis MK 1M .303 Calibre Bren Light Machine Gun & Sling. **UK/EU DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED**. Sn 15881 - 15881
The British Bren Light Machine Gun was introduced in the 1930's and used extensively by British & Allied Forces throughout WW2. Bren Guns were produced predominantly in Britain, Australia & Canada. This is an excellent WW2 dated .303 Calibre MK 1M Bren Light Machine Gun. All of its metal work & woodwork is undamaged with original finish and it is complete with bi pod, carry handle & original box magazine. It is serial number N1159. The left side of its body is crisply stamped 'Bren Mark 1M' and by the Canadian manufacturer 'Inglis' with date '1941'. The barrel has Canadian WD marks (illustrated). The shoulder stock has a steel butt plate & trap. The machine gun features the correct adjustable drum type rear aperture sight and folding cocking handle. Deactivated to UK / EU specification the weapon’s slide and trigger move and the magazine can be removed but it will not cock and dry fire. The barrel release lever swivels but the barrel cannot be removed. It is not capable of stripping. The weapon’s sling swivels are fitted with a buff webbing sling. The price includes UK/EU deactivation certificate and UK delivery. The price for this WW2 dated Bren Gun includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 15881
£895.00

SOLD SOLD (28/11) Pre WW1 1913 Imperial German Luger PO8 9mm Semi Automatic Pistol 'Hard Case' Brown Leather Holster By ‘A. Wunderlichnache Berlin’. Sn 15875 - 15875
An original pre WW1 dated Luger PO8 'hard case' holster made of brown cow hide. The top is secured with a leather strap and metal buckle. The holster has a magazine carrier stitched to the right aspect. The reverse of the holster has two leather belt loops. The outside of the holster has a nice original patina and just areas of light service wear. All of the stitching is in good secure condition. On the inside of the holster it retains the leather 'pull' strap and Luger maintenance tool pouch with flap cover and stud fastener. The inside of the holster lid is impressed by the manufacturer ‘A. Wunderlichnache Berlin’ and dated ‘1913’. It also has other contemporary ink stamps. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15875
£0.00
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