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*WINCHESTER MODEL 1892 OCTAGON BARREL 3/4 MAGAZINE SPORTING RIFLE
SN 717118. Cal. 38 WCF. 24" bbl. 3/4 length magazine. Blue finish. Marble tang sight. Rear bbl sight mortise has been filled. Front sight is a Marble no. 2 with a white bead. Rear sight is a Marble tang sight. Straight grained American walnut stocks with Winchester hard rubber shotgun buttplate. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl retains 50% dull blue finish with high point and muzzle wear. Some abrasion at breech end where rear sight was removed. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Front sight is very good. Magazine retains 80% blue with bright end cap. Receiver is a silver-gray patina overall with some abrasions on left side. Hammer and lever area silver-gray patina with some traces of blue in protected areas. Tang sight is very good. Stocks are very good and full-sized with some dents and scratches overall. Buttplate is very good with a clear logo, sharp checkering and a few small dents. Forend cap is gray-brown patina. A nice 92 rifle is a rare configuration with special sights. 50111-9 TEP C&R James D. Julia
PRINCE CHRISTIAN'S CHARLES LANCASTER DOUBLE RIFLE.
SN 4751. Cal. .450 BPE. Lancaster oval bore rifling. Charles Lancaster provided many guns and rifles to the British royal family throughout the latter half of the 19th century. When Prince Christian of Schleswig - Holstein married Victoria's daughter, Princess Helena, he was granted the title "Royal Highness", and became a member of the "Order of the Garter"; Who else other than Lancaster's would he turn to for a bespoke rifle? The rifle built for him is unique in many ways with its unusual sighting arrangement, both triggers being set, and "Pop-up" cheekpiece. 28" Fine Damascus bbls with full length matted rib are mounted with 3 folding leaf rear express sight, and silver bead front. Tops of bbls are engraved with Lancaster New Bond Street address and "Patent Smooth Bore Breech Loading Rifle". Classic Lancaster "tip and slide" action is operated by side swing under-lever with protruding lug under bbl, locking under standing breech. Action is nicely filed with unusual rear express sight filed into top of standing breech for close in work, such as boar hunting. Peninsula back action non-rebounding locks with distinctively filed Lancaster hammers are fitted with front sliding stalking safeties which engage at half cock. As mentioned before both triggers are set. (It is rare to find a British rifle with even one set trigger. Undoubtedly the prince wanted this feature due to his continental roots.) Action and locks are engraved with very well cut shaded scroll. Each side of action is engraved "Charles Lancaster's Patent". Each lockplate is engraved "C. Lancaster. London Patent" in scroll terminated riband. Spectacular flesh-toned darkly marbled and fiddle-figured Circassian walnut straight grip buttstock measures 14-1/2" over coarsely checkered and nicely engraved steel buttplate. Stock is fitted with very unusual elevating cheekpiece for use when deer stalking or other long range pursuits. It is held in place with 4 screws. By backing each screw 2 turns, cheekpiece can be raised, then locked in place by turning screws back in. Checkering is typical Lancaster coarse point pattern with mullered borders. Prince Christian's crest, his monogram CAC (Christian Charles Augustus) within "Order of the Garter" band surmounted by a sovereign crown, is engraved on gold oval on toe line. Matching splinter forend with inset horn tip attaches to bbl with side nail through oval steel escutcheons. Drop at heel: Approx 2-9/16", drop at comb: Approx 1-9/16". Weight: 8 lbs. 12 oz. LOP 14-1/2". PROVENANCE: Photocopy of Wikipedia entry on Prince Christian, and factory letter. CONDITION: Fine. Bbls retain nearly all of an old re-brown, Damascus pattern muddied. Engraving softened. One leaf of rear sight is missing. Action and lockplates retain 30 - 40% orig case hardening color, which is quite strong in protected areas. Locks and safeties retain most of their orig fire blue. Stocks retain most of their orig finish which has been maintained over the years with lots of oil rubbed in, to a very pleasing sheen. Checkering is slightly worn, and has not been re-cut. Bores are very fine, bright and shiny throughout, with 2 or 3 minor pits toward breeches, mostly in right bbl. Action is tight. Bbls are on face. Locks are crisp. Safeties and set triggers work. Very few guns and rifles owned by the British royal family exist outside of Sandringham. 4-38730 MGM136 James D. Julia
SIGNED QUEZAL DECORATED TULIP SHADE
R#12. Green festooned drape on chartreuse with platinum trim. Pronouncedly ribbed. Signed "Quezal". James D. Julia
*VERY RARE WINCHESTER THIRD MODEL 1890 DELUXE PUMP ACTION RIFLE.
*SN 344245. Cal. 22 short. 24" oct bbl, fine bead front sight marked "Pat. / Nov 4 1902" and screwed on sheet metal rear sight marked "Pat. Jan 29. 1901". Top flat of bbl is marked "Manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Co. / New Haven. Conn. U.S.A. Pat. June 26. 88. Dec. 6. 92. Nov. 27. 06." followed by "Mod. 1890". Left flat adjacent to receiver is stamped "22 SHORT". Top bbl flat and adjacent receiver top is stamped with Winchester proof marks. Standard 3rd model receiver mounted with nicely figured "X" walnut with checkered pistol grip, Winchester hard rubber grip cap, steel crescent rifle butt and 12 ring forend. Inspection of bottom inside tang reveals the number "4842" that has been crossed out and upper tang stamped "6364X", the matching number can be found stamped in rear of stock and inside toe of buttplate. CONDITION: Very fine, bbl retains 97-98% orig blue with minor muzzle wear, faint sharp edge wear and some minor handling marks.  Magazine tube retains 95% orig blue, thinning from forend in rear portion.  Receiver retains 95% orig blue with wear on sharp edges and some minor nicks and dings.  Stock is sound with good checkering, minor nicks and dings, a few minor scratches and retains most of it's orig deluxe piano varnish finish.  Buttplate shows faint thinning case colors blending with a silver patina.  The nicely figured forend is sound with some minor nicks and dings and retains most of it's deluxe piano varnish finish.  Mechanics are crisp with nice shiny bore. 4-38388 BDT60 James D. Julia
JADE VASE.
18th century, China. Probably Ch'ien Lung Period (1736-1795). Greenish celadon colored stone. Archaic scrolled handles. Surface finely carved with taotieh masks. SIZE: 4-5/8" l. PROVENANCE: Acquired from a Massachusetts family that had China trade and banking interests in the 18th and 19th centuries, Boston. CONDITION: Very good. 7-70349 James D. Julia
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