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Selling: February 19, 2011

Lot 136: Marlin Firearms Co - 1887

Sold for Marlin Firearms Co - 1887
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A) Marlin Model 1887 Double Action Revolver
Estimated Price: $800 - $1,100
Serial #Marlin Firearms Co - 1887 ManufacturerMarlin Firearms Co Model1887
TypeRevolver Gauge32 CF Catalog Page17
Barrel3 1/4 Inch Round FinishNickel GripHard Rubber
Stock ClassAntique RatingOB
Rating DefinitionOB - EXCELLENT: all original parts; over 80% original finish; sharp lettering, numerals and design on metal; unmarred wood.
DescriptionProduced from 1887-99, standard markings and features.

B) Smith & Wesson Number One Second Issue Revolver
Serial #Smith & Wesson - 1 ManufacturerSmith & Wesson Model1
TypeRevolver Gauge22 RF Catalog Page17
Barrel3 1/4 Inch Solid Rib FinishBlue/silver GripRosewood
Stock ClassAntique RatingOD
Rating DefinitionOD - VERY GOOD: all original parts; none to 30% original finish.
DescriptionMade from 1860-68, standard markings and features.

C) U.S. Revolver Company Top Break Double Action Revolver
Serial #US Revolver Co. - Top Break ManufacturerUS Revolver Co. ModelTop Break
TypeRevolver Gauge32 CF Catalog Page17
Barrel3 1/4 Inch Solid Rib FinishBlue GripHard Rubber
Stock ClassCurio & Relic Handgun RatingOD
Rating DefinitionOD - VERY GOOD: all original parts; none to 30% original finish.
DescriptionStandard barrel marking and features, works in double action only.

D) Smith & Wesson 38 Safety Hammerless 3rd Model Double Action Revolver
Serial #Smith & Wesson - Safety Hammerless ManufacturerSmith & Wesson ModelSafety Hammerless
TypeRevolver Gauge38 S&W Catalog Page17
Barrel3 1/4 Inch Solid Rib FinishBlue GripHard Rubber
Stock ClassAntique RatingOE
Rating DefinitionOE - GOOD: some minor replacement parts; metal smoothly rusted or lightly pitted in places, cleaned; lightly scratched, bruised or minor cracks repaired; in good working order.
DescriptionProduced from 1890-98 with standard markings and features, some minor pitting.

E) Hopkins & Allen Forehand Model 1901 Double Action Revolver
Serial #Hopkins & Allen - Forehand Model 1901 ManufacturerHopkins & Allen ModelForehand Model 1901
TypeRevolver Gauge38 CF Catalog Page17
Barrel3 1/4 Inch Fluted Rib FinishNickel GripHard Rubber
Stock ClassCurio & Relic Handgun RatingOC
Rating DefinitionOC - FINE: all original parts; over 30% original finish.
DescriptionProduced circa 1902 to 1914, standard markings and features, action does not always function, ejector needs work. Some minor rust.

F) Smith & Wesson Model 1 1/2 32 Centerfire Single Action Revolver
Serial #Smith & Wesson - 1 1/2 ManufacturerSmith & Wesson Model1 1/2
TypeRevolver Gauge32 CF Catalog Page17
Barrel3 Inch Solid Rib FinishNickel GripHard Rubber
Stock ClassAntique RatingOD
Rating DefinitionOD - VERY GOOD: all original parts; none to 30% original finish.
DescriptionProduced from 1878-92, standard later model markings and features, some minor pitting.

G) Smith & Wesson Second Model Safety Hammerless Double Action Revolver
Serial #Smith & Wesson - Safety Hammerless ManufacturerSmith & Wesson ModelSafety Hammerless
TypeRevolver Gauge32 S&W Catalog Page17
Barrel3 Inch Solid Rib FinishNickel GripHard Rubber
Stock ClassCurio & Relic Handgun RatingOE
Rating DefinitionOE - GOOD: some minor replacement parts; metal smoothly rusted or lightly pitted in places, cleaned; lightly scratched, bruised or minor cracks repaired; in good working order.
DescriptionProduced from 1902-09, standard markings and features, metal cleaned.

H) Engraved Smith & Wesson 2nd Model Single Action Revolver
Serial #Smith & Wesson - 38 Single Action ManufacturerSmith & Wesson Model38 Single Action
TypePistol Gauge38 S&W Catalog Page17
Barrel6 Inch Solid Rib FinishNickel GripPearl
Stock ClassAntique RatingOE WW
Rating DefinitionOE - GOOD: some minor replacement parts; metal smoothly rusted or lightly pitted in places, cleaned; lightly scratched, bruised or minor cracks repaired; in good working order.
WW - WOOD IS WORSE FOR THE PERCENT FINISH RATING GIVEN
DescriptionProduced from 1877-91, traces of a scroll engraving remaining, ill-fitting pearl grips with large chip on the bottoms.

I) U.S. Revolver Company Top Break Revolver
Serial #US Revolver Co. - Top Break ManufacturerUS Revolver Co. ModelTop Break
TypeRevolver Gauge38 Catalog Page17
Barrel3 1/4 Inch Solid Rib FinishNickel GripPlastic
Stock ClassCurio & Relic Handgun RatingOC
Rating DefinitionOC - FINE: all original parts; over 30% original finish.
DescriptionIll-fitting replacement plastic grips, action frozen.

J) Smith & Wesson First Model Double Action 44 Revolver
Serial #Smith & Wesson - 44 Double Action ManufacturerSmith & Wesson Model44 Double Action
TypeRevolver Gauge44 Russian Catalog Page17
Barrel6 Inch Solid Rib FinishNickel GripHard Rubber
Stock ClassAntique RatingOC
Rating DefinitionOC - FINE: all original parts; over 30% original finish.
DescriptionMade from 1881-1913, standard markings and features, fixed sights, polished. Functions in double action only.

K) Smith & Wesson .32 Double Action Top Break Revolver
Serial #Smith & Wesson - Top Break ManufacturerSmith & Wesson ModelTop Break
TypeRevolver Gauge32 S&W Catalog Page17
Barrel3 Inch Solid Rib FinishNickel GripHard Rubber
Stock ClassAntique RatingOC
Rating DefinitionOC - FINE: all original parts; over 30% original finish.
DescriptionNo frame serial number with "4749" on barrel latch and "10321" on right grip, standard rib marking, action needs adjustment.

L) Smith & Wesson Model 1 1/2 32 Centerfire Single Action Revolver
Serial #Smith & Wesson - 1 1/2 ManufacturerSmith & Wesson Model1 1/2
TypeRevolver Gauge32 CF Catalog Page17
Barrel3 Inch Solid Rib FinishNickel GripHard Rubber
Stock ClassAntique RatingOC
Rating DefinitionOC - FINE: all original parts; over 30% original finish.
DescriptionProduced from 1878-92, standard later model markings and features, hammer doesn't hold a cock position.

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