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Saturday September 22nd, 2007 ~ Auction to begin at 10:00 A.M.

Session One ~ Sporting Library

Lot #2 Lot #3

Lot #9

Lot #8

1. R. Annabel, Tales of Big Game Guide, Derrydale Press Limited Edition 1938. Estimate $100 2. Henry Davis, The American Wild Turkey, Samworth/Small Arms Publishing, 1949 with dust jacket. Estimate $400 to $500 3. John Alden Knight, Ruffed Grouse, limited edition signed by the author, Knopf 1947. Estimate $300 to $400 4. John Hightower, Pheasant Hunting, limited edition signed by the author, with color plates by Lynn Bogue Hunt, Knopf 1946, with dust jacket. Estimate $100 5. John Hightower, Pheasant Hunting, limited edition signed by the author, with color plates by Lynn Bogue Hunt, Knopf 1946, without dust jacket. Estimate $100 6. Ray Bergman, Trout, limited edition signed by author, Penn Publishing 1938. Estimate $200 to $250 7. Ray Bergman, Trout, trade edition, Penn Publishing 1938. Estimate $100 8. Ray Bergman, Fresh Water Bass, limited edition signed by author, Penn Publishing 1942. Estimate $300 9. Ray Bergman, With Fly, Plug, and Bait, limited edition signed by author, with portfolio of six plates of flies in full color, 1947. Estimate $200

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Lot #13

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Lot #16 Lot #15

10. Ray Bergman, With Fly, Plug, and Bait, limited edition signed by author, 1947. Estimate $150 11. Louis Rhead, Speckled Brook Trout, deluxe edition signed and numbered by publisher, 1902. Estimate $300 12. Charles Phair, Atlantic Salmon Fishing, Derrydale Press limited edition 1937, unnumbered copy for review purposes. Estimate $300 to $400 13. Haig-Brown, The Western Angler in 2 volumes, Derrydale Press Limited edition #761, replaced spine, 1939. Estimate $300 14. Jennings, A Book of Trout Flies, Derrydale Press limited edition with original slip case, 1935. Estimate $250 15. Atherton, The Fly and the Fish, Anglers Club limited edition 1951, with original slip case. Estimate $250 16. Ingraham, American Trout Streams, Anglers Club limited edition 1926. Estimate $200 to $300

17. 2 books: Quackenbos Geological Ancestors of the Brook Trout, Anglers Club limited edition 1916, damaged spine and Well Dressed Lines, Anglers Club 1962. Estimate $200 18. 2 books: Burnand, The Incompleat Angler, Bradbury, Agnew & Co. 1887 and Walton, The Complete Angler, Major Edition. Estimate $100 19. 4 volumes on Rod Making: A) J. Keane, Classic Rods and Rod Makers, signed by author, 1976 B) Dick S. Purr, Classic Bamboo Rod Makers Past and Present C) Ray Gould, Constructing Cane Rods D) Wayne Cattanach, Handcrafting Bamboo Fly Rods. Estimate $150 20. 4 volumes on trout: A) John Alden Knight, Ol Bill, 1942 limited and signed edition B) Lose, The Vanishing Trout, 1931 C) Sheehan, The Anglers Life D) Robert Traver, Trout Madness, 1960 with dust jacket. Estimate $100 21. 3 British Fly Fishing Books: A) The Arte of Angling 1577, edited by Bently 1956 B) West, The Natural Trout Fly and Its Imitation, 1921 C) Halford, The Dry-Fly Man's Handbook, 1913. Estimate $100

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Lot #27

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Lot #33

22. 2 British Fly Fishing Books: A) Dewar, The Book of the Dry Fly, Lawrence & Bullen Ltd, 1897; B) Harding, The Fly Fisher and The Trout's Point of View, J.B. Lippincott Co., 1931. Estimate $100 23. 4 Hunting Memoirs: A) Mershon, Recollections Of My Fifty Years Hunting and Fishing, The Stratford Co., 1923; B) Morris Pell, Scribbling's Of An Outdoor Boy; C) Cudahy, Mananaland, 1928 with dust jacket; D) Myers, Memoirs of a Hunter, signed by author with dedication, 1948. Estimate $100 24. 3 Fishing Memoirs: A) After Thoughts, Recollections of Frank Griswold, 1936 with dust jacket; B)Lyons, My Secret Fish Book Life; C) Angling Book Plates, limited edition 1918. Estimate $100 25. 3 volumes on Big Game Hunting in the Yukon: A) Martindale, Hunting in the Upper Yukon, 1913; B) Sheldon, The Wilderness of the Upper Yukon, Scribners 1911; C) Armstrong, After Big Game in the Upper Yukon. Estimate $100 to 200 26. Walton, Complete Angler in 2 volumes, leather bound, Little, Brown and Company 1889, limited edition. Estimate $200 27. 3 volumes on North American Big Game Hunting: A) North, Camp and Camino in Lower California, 1910; B) Selous, Recent Hunting Trips in British North America, London 1907 C) Rosenberg, Big Game Shooting in British Columbia, London 1928. Estimate $250

28. 4 volumes on British Columbia Big Game Hunting: A) Williams, Game Trails in British Columbia, Scribner 1925; B) Haworth, On the Head Waters of Peace River, Scribner 1917; C) Rutledge, That Some May Follow; D) Lawler & Brawl, Hunting, A Few Memorable Trips. Estimate $100 29. 3 volumes on British Columbia Big Game Hunting: A) Saskatchewan And The Rocky Mountains by the Earl of Southesk, 1875; B) Game Trails in British Columbia, Scribner 1925; C) Hanbury, Sport and Travel In The Northland of Canada, MacMillan 1904. Estimate $100 30. 3 volumes on Hunting in Canada: A) Buchanan, Wild Life in Canada; B) Watson, The Sportsman's Paradise, J.B. Lippincott Co., 1887; C) Whitney, On Snow Shoes to the Barren Grounds, Harper and Bros 1896. Estimate $100 31. 3 volumes on Big Game: A) Selous, Sport and Travel, 1900; B) Thomas, Trails and Tramps in Alaska and Newfoundland, 1913; C) Thomas, Hunting Big Game, 1906. Estimate $100 32. 2 books: A) Hawker, Instructions to Young Sportsmen, London 1833; B) Bruette, American Duck, Goose and Brant, 1900. Estimate $100 33. 5 volumes on Sheep Hunting: A) Housholder, Hunting and Guiding For Desert Bighorn Sheep, limited edition with dust jacket; B) Housholder, Hunting and Guiding For Desert Bighorn Sheep, 1973, no dust jacket; C) Grand Slam at North American Wild Sheep; D) Holman, Sheep and Bear Trails, 1933; E) Mountain Sheep of North America. Estimate $200 to 300

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Lot #35

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34. 4 volumes on sheep: A) Holman, Sheep and Bear Trails, 1933; B) Jack O'Connor, Sheep and Sheep Hunting, 1974 memorial edition with dust jacket; C) Jack O'Connor, Sheep and Sheep Hunting, 1974 with dust jacket; D) James Clark, The Great Arc of the Wild Sheep, 1964 with dust jacket. Estimate $100 35. 3 volumes on sheep hunting: A) The Wild Sheep in Modern North America, Boone and Crockett Club 1975 limited edition 12/100 in slipcase; B) John Batten, The Best of Sheep Hunting, in 2 volumes in original slipcase, limited edition signed by the author and illustrator. Estimate $200 36. 4 volumes on sheep: A) Valdez, Wild Sheep and Wild Sheep Hunters of the Old World, limited and signed edition, in dust jacket; B) Valdez, Wild Sheep and Wild Sheep Hunters of the New World, limited and signed edition in dust jacket; C) Schultz, A Portrait of Sheep and Sheep Hunting, in dust jacket; D) Valdez, The Wild Sheep of the World, inscribed by author, in dust jacket. Estimate $100 to 150 37. 2 volumes on Fishing: A) Jennings, A Book of Trout Flies, Derrydale Press 1935, limited edition; B) The Anglers Club Story, published by Anglers Club 1956, limited edition. Estimate $200 38. 2 Derrydale Press books: A) Jennings, A Book of Trout Flies, Derrydale Press 1935, limited edition; B) Sturgis, New Lines for Fly Fishers, Derrydale Press 1936, limited edition. Estimate $100 39. 2 volumes by Connett and Derrydale Press: A) Connett, Random Casts, Derrydale Press 1939, limited edition; B) Connett, Fishing a Trout Stream, Derrydale Press 1934, limited edition. Estimate $150 40. Louis Bovet, Moose Hunting in Alaska, Wyoming and Yukon Territory, Dorrance and Co., 1933. Estimate $100 41. 4 volumes on Alaskan Big Game: A) Endicott, Adventures in Alaska and Along the Trail, 1928; B) J.A. McGuire, In the Alaska-Yukon Gamelands, Stewart and Kidd Co., 1921; C) Hubback, To Far Western Alaska For Big Game, London 1929; D) Big Game Shooting in Alaska by Captain C.R.E. Radclyffe, Rowland Ward, Limited London 1904. Estimate $300 to 400 42. 2 Derrydale Press volumes: A) Pickering, Neighbors Have My Ducks, Derrydale Press 1937, limited edition; B) Barber, Wild Fowl Decoys, Derrydale Press trade edition. Estimate $300 43. 3 Volumes on Alaskan Big Game: A) Young, Alaskan Yukon Trophies, Won and Lost, 1947; B) Skull, Hunting in the Arctic and Alaska, London 1914; C) Skull, Hunting in the Arctic and Alaska, Philadelphia 1915. Estimate $400 to 500 44. 3 volumes on Canada: A) Stuck, Ten Thousand Miles With a Dog Sled, NY Scribner's 1914; B) Dugmore, The Romance of The Beaver, London; C) Wallace, The Lure of the Labrador Wild, Fleming Revell Co., 1905. Estimate $100

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Lot #51

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45. J.W. Eddy, Hunting on Kenai Peninsula, Lowman and Handford 1925, Inscribed by the author. Estimate $300 46. 5 volumes on Alaska: A) Russell Annabel, Hunting and Fishing in Alaska, Knopf 1948; B) Higginson, Alaska The Great Country, 1926 with dust jacket; C) Sherwood, Big Game in Alaska; D) Lombord, Flight to Alaska, 1916; E) Bond, From Out of The Yukon, 1948 with dust jacket. Estimate $200 to 250 47. John Moyer, Trophy Heads, Ronald Press Co, 1962 with dust jacket. Estimate $100 48. 2 Taxidermy Catalogs and 2 related Jonas and James Clark Publications. Estimate $50 to 100 49. 4 volumes on North American Big Game Hunting: A) Merrill, The Moose Book, 1916; B) H.A. Aver, Campfires in the Yukon, 1916; C) Hornaday, Campfires in the Canadian Rockies, 1906; D) Hornaday, Campfires on Desert and Lava, London. Estimate $200 to 300 50. 5 volumes on Bear Hunting: A) Palmer, Kodiak Bear Hunt, 1958 with dust jacket; B) Hibben, Hunting American Bears, 1950 with dust jacket; C) Woodworth, The Kodiak Bear, 1958 with dust jacket; D) W.H. Wright, The Grizzly Bear, 1913; E) J. Eddy, Hunting The Alaskan Brown Bear, limited edition 1988. Estimate $200 to 300 51. 2 volumes by Charles Sheldon: A) Sheldon, The Wilderness of the North Pacific Coast Islands, 1912 B) Sheldon, The Wilderness of Denali, 1930. Estimate $200 to 250

Lot #53

52. Boone and Crockett, Records of North American Big Game, 1952. Estimate $100 53. Boone and Crockett, Records of North American Big Game, 1939 1st edition with dust jacket. Estimate $200 54. 3 volumes on Big Game: A) Merrill, The Moose Book, 1916; B) Boone and Crockett, Records of North American Big Game, 1958 with dust jacket; C) Boone and Crockett, Records of North American Big Game, 1964 with dust jacket. Estimate $150 55. 4 volumes on Mountain Lions and Coyote all with dust jackets: A) Barker, When the Dogs Bark Treed, 1964 with dust jacket; B) Young and Jackson, The Clever Coyote, 1951 with dust jacket; C) Chibben, Hunting American Lions, 1948 with dust jacket; D) The Puma, Mysterious Cat, by the American Wildlife Institute, 1st edition 1946 with dust jacket. Estimate $100 56. Benoit, How to Bag The Biggest Buck Of Your Life, 1975 with dust jacket. Estimate $150

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Lot #57

Lot #64

57. Benoit, How to Bag The Biggest Buck Of Your Life, 1975 with dust jacket. Estimate $150 58. Bump, Darrow, Edminster and Crissey, Ruffed Grouse, 1947 in original mailing box. Estimate $100 59. 4 volumes on North American Big Game: A) Boone and Crockett Club, Hunting at High Altitudes, 1913; B) Rutherford and Montgomery, High Country, Derrydale Press 1938 limited edition; C) Ormand, Hunting in the North West, 1948 with dust jacket; D) Suits, Big Game Big Country, 1987 with dust jacket. Estimate $100 to 200 60. 5 volumes on Game Bird Shooting: A) Bob, Dan and Ray Holland, Good Shot, 1946 B) Spiller, Drummer in the Woods, 1st edition with dust jacket C) H. Mitchell, Raising Game Birds, 1936 with dust jacket D) J.A. Knight, Woodcock, 1944 with dust jacket E) J. A. Knight, Ruffled Grouse, 1947 with dust jacket. Estimate $100 61. 3 volumes on Pheasants: A) Allen, Pheasants in North America, 1956 with dust jacket B) 2 volume set by Beebe, Pheasants, Their Lives and Homes, 1931. Estimate $100 62. Ray Bergman, Trout, 1938 1st edition with dust jacket. Estimate $150

63. 6 volumes on North American Big Game Hunting: A) Ormand, Hunting in the North West, 1948 with dust jacket; B) Sheldon, The Wilderness of Denali, 1960; C) C. Hulley, Alaska Past and Present, 1970 with dust jacket; D) C. Helmericks, We Live in Alaska, 1944; E) Queeny, Cheechako, 1941; F) Hornaday ­ Phillips, Campfires in the Canadian Rockies, 1906. Estimate $100 64. Elmer Keith, Keiths Rifles for Large Game, 1st edition inscribed by author with dust jacket. Estimate $400 to 500 65. Elmer Keith, Keiths Rifles for Large Game, 1st edition without dust jacket. Estimate $200 66. 4 volumes by Robert Ruark all with dust jackets: A) The Old Man and the Boy, 1957; B) Use Enough Gun, 1966; C) Horn of The Hunter, 1953; D) The Old Mans Boy Grows Older, 1961. Estimate $150 67. 3 volumes by Elmer Keith all with dust jackets: A) Six Gun Cartridges and Loads, Samworth 1936 with dust jacket B) Big Game Rifles, Samworth 1936 with dust jacket C) Big Game Hunting, 1954 with dust jacket. Estimate $100 68. Hunting Trails on Three Continents, 1933 Boone and Crockett Club with dust jacket. Estimate $200 to 300

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Lot #70

Lot #75

Lot #77 Lot #80

69. 4 volumes by Elmer Keith: A) Big Game Hunting, 1954 with dust jacket; B) Keith, An Autobiography, 1974 with dust jacket; C) Hell, I Was There!, 1979; D) Safari, 1968 with dust jacket. Estimate $150 70. 2 volumes on Archery: A) Longman and Walrond, Archery, Limited edition 48/250, Longmans, Green and Co., 1894, London B) R.P. Elmer, Target Archery, 1st edition with dust jacket. Estimate $200 to 300 71. 4 volumes on African Big Game Hunting: A) Edward House, A Hunter's Camp-Fires, 1909; B) Dinesen, Out of Africa, Random House 1938; C) R. Rockwell, My Way of Becoming a Hunter, 1955 with dust jacket; D) Stewart White, African Camp Fires, 1914. Estimate $100 72. 2 volumes by J. Taylor on African Big Game Hunting: A)Pondoro, 1st edition with dust jacket; B) African Rifles and Cartridges, 1st edition Samworth Small Arms. Estimate $100 73. 1 volume related to Big Game: Col. Harry Snyder, Snyder's Book of Big Game Hunting, Deluxe autographed edition 4/99 in original slipcase. Estimate $125 74. 3 sporting volumes: A) Wheelen, Hunting Big Game, 1947, 2 volume set with dust jackets B) W. Morden, Across Asia's Snows and Deserts, 1927. Estimate $100 to 150 75. Jack O'Connor, Game in the Desert, Derrydale Press 1939 limited edition. Estimate $400

76. Jack O'Connor, Game in the Desert, Derrydale Press 1939 limited edition, ex library. Estimate $100 to 200 77. Jack O'Connor, Hunting in The Rockies, 1st edition with dust jacket. Estimate $100 to 150 78. Jack O'Connor, Hunting in the Southwest, 1945. Estimate $100 to 150 79. 3 Jack O'Connor related items: A) Robert Anderson, Jack O'Connor, Biography. Limited signed edition with slip case; B) keepsake as part of the Biography; C) The Best of Jack O'Connor, trade edition with dust jacket. Estimate $100 80. 2 first editions by Jack O'Connor: A) Jack O'Connor, The Rifle Book, first edition, 1949 with dust jacket B) Jack O'Connor, The Big Game Rifle, 1st edition with dust jacket. *(identical to lot 81) Estimate $100 to 200 81. 2 first editions by Jack O'Connor: A) Jack O'Connor, The Rifle Book, first edition, 1949 with dust jacket B) Jack O'Connor, The Big Game Rifle, 1st edition with dust jacket. *(identical to lot 80) Estimate $100 to 200

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Lot #86

Lot #84

82. 5 volumes on Big Game: A) Schillings, In Wildest Africa, 2 volumes, London 1907; B) Wardenburg, Safari Encore; C) Wardenburg, Operation Safari, 1st edition, limited and signed edition; D) Maxwell, Stalking Big Game with a Camera, 1924. Estimate $100 83. Roy F. Dunlap, Ordnance Went Up Front, Samworth/SmallArms Publishing, 1st edition with dust jacket. Estimate $100 84. Captain Shore, With British Snipers to the Reich, Samworth/ Small-Arms, 1st edition with dust jacket. Estimate $100 85. Lt. Col. John George, Shots Fired in Anger, Samworth/SmallArms, 1st edition with reproduction dust jacket. Estimate $100 86. Herbert McBride, A Rifleman Went to War, Samworth/SmallArms 1935. Estimate $100 87. 3 volumes by Jack O'Connor: A) The Big Game Rifle, 1952 with dust jacket; B) Sheep and Sheep Hunting, 1974 with dust jacket; C) Big Game Hunts, 1963. Estimate $100 88. Julian Hatcher, Textbook of Firearms Investigation, Identification and Evidence, Samworth/Small-Arms 1946, with dust jacket. Estimate $50

89. 4 volumes on Pistols and Revolvers all published by Samworth/Small-Arms and all with dust jackets: A) Julian Hatcher, Textbook of Pistols and Revolvers, 1935 B) Julian Hatcher, Pistols and Revolvers, 1927 C) William Reichenbach, Six Guns and Bull's-eyes, 1st edition and later edition Estimate $100 90. Townsend Whelen, Small Arms Design and Ballistics, 2 volume set (volume one is 1st edition and volume two is second edition), Samworth/Small-Arms. Estimate $100 91. 3 Samworth/Small-Arms volumes on Rifles: A) Charles Landis, 22 Caliber Varmint Rifles, 1st edition; B) Charles Landis, Hunting with the 22, 1st edition with dust jacket; C) Crossman, The Book of the Springfield, 1st edition with dust jacket. Estimate $100 92. 4 Samworth/Small-Arms volumes on Rifles and Hunting: A) T. Whelen, Telescopic Rifle Sights, 2nd edition with dust jacket; B) T. Whelen, Telescopic Rifle Sights, 2nd edition with dust jacket; C) K.F. Lee, Big Game Hunting and Marksmanship, 1941 with dust jacket; D) T. Whelen, Wilderness Hunting and Wildcraft, 1927. Estimate $100 to 150 93. 6 volumes on North American Big Game Hunting: A) Shields, The Big Game of North American, 1st edition; B) Holder, Life in the Open, 1906; C) Hornaday-Phillips, Campfires in the Canadian Rockies, 1927; D) Van Dyke, The Still Hunter, special edition printed for the National Sportsman 1912; E) Grancel Fritz, North American Head Hunting, 1957 with dust jacket; F) Powell, The End of The Trail, 1916. Estimate $150

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Lot #104 Lot #108

94. L.P De Gouy, The Derrydale Cook Book of Fish and Game, 2 volume set, 1937 limited edition. Estimate $100 95. 8 volumes on Duck Hunting: A) E. Connett, Duck Decoys; B) R. Coykendall, Duck Decoys; C) Buckingham, De Shootinest Gent'man; D) R. Walsh, Gunning the Chesapeake E) Heilner, Duck Shooting; F) Camp, Duck Boats: Blinds: Decoys; G) Bert Clafin, American Waterfowl; H) Salisbury, Duck Guns, Shooting and Decoying. Estimate $100 96. 6 volumes by Samworth/Small-Arms Publishing: A) Dunlap, Gunsmithing, 1950 with dust jacket; B) C. Askins, Modern Shotguns and Loads, 1st edition with dust jacket; C) C. Baker, Modern Gunsmithing, with dust jacket; D) E Naramore, Hand Loaders manual, 1st edition; E) W.F. Vickery, Advanced Gunsmithing, 1951 with dust jacket; F) W.F. Vickery, Advanced Gunsmithing, 1953. Estimate $100 to 200 97. Theodore Roosevelt, African Game Trails, Scribner 1910 first edition, 3/4 leather. Estimate $100 to 200 98. Alvord, Paul Bunyan and the Resinous Rhymes of the North Woods, Derrydale Press 1934 limited edition. Estimate $50 to 75 99. Horace Lytle, Point, A Book About Bird Dogs, Derrydale Press 1941 limited edition. Estimate $50 100. Captain Vladimir Littauer, Be a Better Horseman, Derrydale Press. Estimate $50 to 75 101. 6 volumes by Samworth/Small-Arms Publishing on Gunsmithing: A) R.H. Angier, Firearm Blueing and Browning, with dust jacket; B) W. F. Vickery, Advanced Gunsmithing, 1st edition with dust jacket; C) P. Frazer, Elementary Gunsmithing with dust jacket; D) P. Frazer, Elementary Gunsmithing with dust jacket; E) Whelen, Amateur Gunsmithing, 1924; F) W. Howe, Professional Gunsmithing. Estimate $100 102. 3 volumes by Samworth/Small-Arms Publishing on Gunsmithing: A) Roy Dunlap, Gunsmithing, 1950; B) W. Howe, Professional Gunsmithing, with dust jacket; D) W. Vickery, Advanced Gunsmithing, 1951. Estimate $100 103. 2 Gun Bibliographies: A) Wirt Gerrare, A Bibliography of Guns and Shooting, 1896; B) Ray Riling, Guns and Shooting, Memorial limited edition 1982, with dust jacket. Estimate $100 104. 2 Gun Bibliographies: A) Riling, Guns and Shooting, 1951 limited edition with dust jacket; B) Smith, Samworth Bibliography, limited edition with dust jacket, signed by author. Estimate $100 105. 5 volumes on book collection and Bibliography. Includes Roosevelt Bibliography. Estimate $100 106. 6 volumes of Angling Bibliographies: A) Fishing From The Earliest Times; B) The Complete Angler 1653-1967; C) American Fishing Books 1743-1993; D) Sotheby's Sporting Library of Edward Sands Litchfield; E) American Fishing, reprint; F) Bibliotecha Piscatoria, reprint. Estimate $200 107. 4 volumes of sporting reference: A) The Sportsman's Library, compiled by E. Gee, 1940 limited edition; B) Biscotti, The Borzoi Books for Sportsmen, 1992 with dust jacket; C) R. Henderson, Early American Sport, 1937 with dust jacket; D) Biscotti, The Borzoi Books for Sportsmen, 1992 without dust jacket. Estimate $100 to 200 108. 3 volumes of sporting reference: A) Ken Callahan, A Dictionary of Sporting Pen Names, signed by author; B) Heller, American Hunting and Fishing Books, with dust jacket; C) Biscotti, American Sporting Book Series. Estimate $100 to 200

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Lot #111

109. 4 volumes on sporting reference: A) Guns and Shooting Bibliography, 1951 limited edition with dust jacket; B) Hand, Bookman's Guide to Hunting, Shooting, Angling and Related Subjects; C) Czech, Bibliography of African Big Game Hunting Books, 1785 to 1950; D) Lake and Wright, A Bibliography of Archery. Estimate $100 to 150 110. 3 volumes of reference for Derrydale Press: A) Don Frazier, Recognizing Derrydale Press Books, signed by author B) A Decade of American Sporting Books and Prints by Derrydale Press 1927 ­ 1937, limited edition C) Siegel, Morschalk and Oelgart, The Derrydale Press, A Bibliography. Estimate $100 to 200 111. 3 volumes of sporting reference: A) Phillips, Bibliography of American Sporting Books, 1930; B) Wegner's Bibliography on Deer and Deer Hunting; C) Biscotti, A Bibliography of American Sporting Books. Estimate $100 to 200 112. 7 volumes on sporting topics: A) Gasque, Hunting and Fishing in the Great Smokies, 1st edition with dust jacket; B) Curtis, Guns and Gunning, 1945 with dust jacket; C) Stebbins, How to Select and Use Your Big Game Rifle; D) Buckingham, Tattered Coat, with dust jacket; E) Rutledge, An American Hunter, 1937; F) Rossell, Tracks and Trails, with dust jacket; G) Phillips, Undercover Wildlife Agent. Estimate $125 113. 7 volumes on fishing. Includes: A) Ovington, How to Take Trout; B) Williams, A Dictionary of Trout Flies, with dust jacket; C) Connett, Any Luck?; D) Southard, A Treatise on Trout, 1st edition. Estimate $100

114. 4 volumes by Ray Bergman: A) Fresh Water Bass, signed by author, 1942 with dust jacket; B) 2 copies of Trout both 1952 with dust jackets; C) Just Fishing. Estimate $100 115. 9 volumes on fishing. Includes: A) Elliot, The Eastern Brook Trout, 1st edition; B) Stillwell, Hunting and Fishing in Texas, 1946 with dust jacket; C) Heilner, Salt Water Fishing, 1953; D) Schwiebert, Matching the Hatch, 1955 with dust jacket; D) Art Flick, Streamside Guide, signed limited edition in slipcase; E) Art Flick, Streamside Guide, 1947 with dust jacket. Estimate $150 116. 7 volumes on fishing. Includes: A) Burns, Advanced Fly Fishing; B) Norton, Angling Success, 1st edition; C) G. Scott, Fishing in American Waters, 1875; D) Larry St. John, Practical Fly Fishing. Estimate $100 117. 9 volumes by, or about Theodore Roosevelt. Includes: A) Roosevelt, The Winning of the West, in 3 volumes, 1880; B) R. Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt Outdoorsman, with dust jacket; C) Roosevelt and others, The Deer Family, MacMillan 1903. Estimate $100 118. 9 volumes on fishing. Includes: A) Koller, Taking Larger Trout, 1950; B) Marbury, Favorite Flies and Their Histories, 1955 with dust jacket; C) Heilner, Salt Water Fishing. Estimate $125 119. 7 volumes on sporting dogs. Includes: A) Waters, Training the Hunting Dog, 1901; B) Cofield, Training the Hunting Retriever, 1959 signed edition with dust jacket; C) Streever, The American Trail Hound, Sportsman's Library with dust jacket; D) Holland, Bird Dogs, Sportsman's library 1st edition with dust jacket. Estimate $100

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Lot #125

120. 4 volumes on Sporting Dogs: A) J. Thomas, Hounds and Hunting Through the Ages, 1937 in dust jacket; B) Connett (editor), American Sporting Dogs, 1st edition; C) Carl Smith, Training the Rabbit Hound, with dust jacket; D) William Brown, Albert Frederick Hochwalt, A Biography, 1st edition. Estimate $100 121. 9 volumes on the subject of the Adirondacks. Includes: A) S. R. Stoddard, The Adirondacks, Illustrated, 1874; B) The Adirondack High Peaks and the Forty Sixers, limited 1st edition; C) 2 Adirondack Bibliographies. Estimate $150 122. 5 volumes on the Adirondacks: A) Russell Carson, Peaks and People of the Adirondacks, Doubleday 1927; B) William Chapman White, Adirondack Country, 1954, signed edition; C) Edward Breck, The Way of the Woods, Knickerbocker Press 1908; D) H. Dunham, Adirondack French Louis, 1953; E) Joseph Grady, The Adirondacks, with dust jacket. Estimate $100 123. 5 volumes on the subject of the Adirondacks plus a small paper lot: A) M.C. DeSormo, Noah John Rondeau, Adirondack Hermit, 1st edition, signed and in dust jacket; B) Aber and King, Tales From An Adirondack County, 1st edition, signed and in dust jacket; C) J. Grady, The Adirondacks, Fulton Chain ­ Big Moose Region, The Story of the Wilderness, 1972 with dust jacket; D) W. Wessels, Adirondack Profiles, 3rd edition; E) J. Simms, Trappers of NY, 1935. Paper lot includes: Adirondack Campsites, 1935 publication published by the State of New York Conservation Department; Adirondack Canoe Routes, 1927 publication published by the State of New York Conservation Department; postcards and miscellaneous items. Estimate $150 124. 5 volumes on the subject of the Adirondacks: A) Alfred Donaldson, A History of the Adirondacks, 2 volume illustrated set, The Century Company 1921, 1st edition B) The Old Guides Story of the Northern Adirondacks, Reminiscences of Charles Merrill, in dust jacket C) Gilborn, Adirondack Furniture D) John Vinton, A Treasury of Great Adirondack Stories, 25/1000 copies. Estimate $150 125. Ira Friedman reprint edition (1963) of Donaldson's A History of the Adirondacks. 2 volume set in 3/4 Morocco leather, limited edition of 300 printed. See letter that comes with the books. Estimate $125

126. 7 volumes on the Adirondacks. Includes: A) Barbara K. Bird, Calked Shoes, Life in Adirondack Lumber Camps, signed 1st edition with dust jacket; B) Carson, Peaks and People of the Adirondacks, 1928; C) State of NY Forest, Fish and Game Commission Adirondack Map, 1902; D) The Adirondack, or Life in the Wood, 1849; E) The Heydays of the Adirondacks; F) The Adirondacks Guide Boat; G) Adirondack Camps. Estimate $100 127. 20 volumes on Deer Hunting. Includes: A) William M Newsom, White-tailed Deer, Scribner 1926; B) Francis Sell, The American Deer Hunter, Stackpole and Heck 1950, 1st edition. Estimate $100 128. 6 volumes on Duck Shooting and Decoys. Includes: A) Connett, Duck Shooting Along the Atlantic Tide Water, 1st edition with dust jacket; B) R. Camp, Duck Boats: Blinds: Decoys, 1st edition; C) Van Campen Heilner, A Book on Duck Shooting, 1939 1st edition, signed by author and Lynn Bogue Hunt; D) W Mackey, American Bird Decoys, 1965. Estimate $100 129. 8 volumes on Bird Hunting and Pheasants. Includes: A) Holland, Shotgunning in the Uplands, 1st edition; B) H. L. Betten, Upland Game Shooting, 1940 with dust jacket; C) C. Norris, Eastern Upland Shooting, 1st edition with dust jacket; D) J. W. Mackay, Mark, 1956; E) J. Hightower, Pheasant Hunting, 1st edition in dust jacket; F) E.A. Quarles, American Pheasant Hunting and Breeding. Estimate $125 130. 14 volumes on Logging and Forestry: Includes A) Stewart Holbrook, Green Commonwealth, Dogwood Press 1945, with dust jacket; B) R. C. Bryant, Logging, 1923, 2nd edition; C) N. C. Brown, Logging ­ Principles and Practices, 1946. Estimate $125 131. 18 Civil War related volumes. Includes: A) Hill and Anthony, Confederate Long Arms and Pistols, 1st edition; B) Sandburg, Abe Lincoln, The War Years, 4 volumes, 1939; C) Dowdey, The Wartime Papers of R. E. Lee, 2nd printing with dust jacket; D) Personal memoirs of U.S. Grant, Signed, 1885; E) W. C. Storrick, Gettysburg, 1923, with dust jacket. Estimate $125

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Lot #141

132. 6 volumes on Fur and Fur Trading. Includes: A) Marcus Petersen, Fur Traders and Fur Bearing Animals, 1914, 1st edition; B) A. Gottlieb, Fur Truths, 1927; C) M Bachrach, Fur, 1953. Estimate $75 133. 9 volumes on Trapping and a small paper lot (Marbles publications). Includes: A) A. R. Harding, Steel Traps, 1st edition; B) A. R. Harding, Steel Traps, 1935 edition; C) Halsey Thrasher, The Hunter and Trapper, 1868; D) A. R. Harding, Wolf and Coyote Trapping, 1937. Estimate $75 134. 2 volumes on Fishing Collectables: A) Silvio Calabi, Collectors Guide to Antique Fishing Tackle, coffee table sized volume with dust jacket; B) P Schmookler and I. Sils, Forgotten Flies, 1st edition, large sized volume with dust jacket. Estimate $100 135. L. Peterson, Philip R. Goodwin, brand new sealed in plastic. Estimate $100 135A. H. Lanier, A. B. Frost, The American Sportsman's Artist, Derrydale Press 1933 limited edition. Estimate $100 135B. 3 volumes on Sporting Artists: A) Fred Peters, Sporting Prints by Currier and Ives, 1930 limited edition; B) 2 volume set by the American Art Series, both with dust jackets and slipcase (Frederic Remington and Charles Russell). Estimate $50 to 100 136. 6 volumes on Duck Stamps and Decoys. Includes: A) oversize Duck Stamps and Prints, Hugh Lauter Levin Associates; B) Decoy Collectors Guide, 1963 ­ 65, in dust jacket; C) Connett, Duck Decoys, How to Make Them, Paint Them and Rig Them, in dust jacket. Estimate $100

137. 8 volumes on Fishing. Includes: A) Mary Marbury, Favorite Flies and Their Histories, 1955 in dust jacket; B) C. Kroll, Squaretail, signed 1st edition with dust jacket; C) B. Claflin, Blazed Trails for Anglers, 1st edition in dust jacket; D) Syl MacDowell, Western Trout, 1948 in dust jacket. Estimate $100 138. 10 volumes related to Maine and LL Bean. Includes: A) In the Maine Woods, Edition of 1922, Bangor and Aroostook Railroad; B) K. Roberts, Trending into Maine, 1938; C) L.L. Bean, My Story, 1st edition with dust jacket. Estimate $100 139. 16 volumes on Rifles and Shotguns. Includes: A) Burrard, The Modern Shotgun, 2 volume set, 1st American Edition; B) Winston Smith, The Sharps Rifle, 1945 with dust jacket C) Ned Roberts, Supplement to The Muzzle-Loading Cap Lock Rifle, 2nd edition; D) 2 volumes by Jack O'Connor both with dust jackets, The Hunting Rifle and The Rifle Book. Estimate $125 140. 11 volumes related to log cabins. Includes: A) F. E. Brimmer, Camps, Log Cabins, Lodges and Clubhouses, 1935, library copy; B) Chilson Aldrich, The Real Log Cabin, 1938. Estimate $100 141. 7 volumes on Cabins and Building. Includes: A) Oliver Kemp, Wilderness Homes, 1908 1st edition; B) F. E. Brimmer, Camps, Log Cabins, Lodges and Clubhouses, 1st edition 1925; C) 2 copies of Aldrich's The Real Log Cabin (one 1928 and the other 1938); D) Woodcraft by Nessmuk, Forest and Stream ,1908; E) Eric Sloane, American Barns and Covered Bridges. Estimate $200 142. 10 volumes on Cowboys and The Western US. Includes: A) Walter Prescott Webb, The Texas Rangers, 1st edition; B) D. M Kelsey, History of Our Wild West, Chicago 1901; C) Elizabeth Custer, Boots and Saddles, 1885 Harper and Bros.; D) John M Murphy, Sporting Adventures in the Far West, NY 1880. Estimate $100

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143. 17 volumes on Hunting. Includes: A) American Big Game in Its Haunts, edited by George B. Grinnell, Boone and Corckett Club, 1914; B) Colonel Harold P. Sheldon, 3 volume set of Tranquility, Tranquility Revisited and Tranquility Regained, all 3 with dust jackets and their original slip case, Country Moon Press, Limited edition; C) Jimmy Robinson, Forty Years of Hunting, 1947. Estimate $100 to 150 144. 18 books on sporting. Includes: A) Dillon Wallace, Packing and Portaging, The MacMillan Company NY1937 with dust jacket; B) Carl Russell, Firearms, Traps and Tools of the Mountain Men, Knopf NH 1967, 1st edition; C) Where to Hunt American Game, published by the United States Cartridge Company, 1898; D) A. W. Money, Guns, Ammunition and Tackle, MacMillan 1904. Estimate $100 145. 12 large (coffee-table sized) volumes on sporting. Includes: A) Henry Kauffman, American Axes, 1972 with dust jacket; B) Bob and Beverly Strauss, American Sporting Advertising, Volume 2, 1992-93 prices; C) Larry Peterson, Philip R. Goodwin, with dust jacket; D) 3 volumes of Great Hunters, Their Trophy Rooms and Collections. Estimate $75 to 100 146. 4 volumes of stories of wilderness and Hunting: A) Bingham Thoburn Wilson, Ye Mountaineer, F. Tennyson Neely Co., 1901; B) Gordon Grand, Old Man, Derrydale 1934; C) William Adams Brown, Morris Ketchum Jesup, A Character Sketch, NY Scribner's 1910, 1st edition; D) Ernest Thompson, The Trail of the Sandhill Stag, NY Scribner's 1899, 1st edition. Estimate $100 147. 5 volumes of stories of wilderness and hunting: A) Elliot Barker, Beatty's Cabin, 1953, signed and inscribed by author, with dust jacket; B) Rex Beach, Oh Shoot!, Confessions of an Agitated Sportsman, Harper and Bros. 1921, 1st edition; C) Paul Doherty, Smoke From a Thousand Campfires, 1st edition signed with dust jacket; D) Stanley F. Bartlett, Beyond the Sowdyhunk, Falmouth Book House, 1937; D) Warren Page, One Man's Wilderness, 1973 with dust jacket. Estimate $100 148. 2 box lot of wilderness and outdoor related books. Includes A) Austin Cary, Woodsmans's Manual, 1932; B) H. Silver, A History of NH Game and Furbearers, Survey Report #6, May 1957; C) Ernest Seton, Lives of Game Animals, 4 volumes, Literary Guild of American, 1937. Estimate $100 149. 2 boxes of books, all stories of wilderness and hunting adventure. Estimate $100 150. Box lot of miscellaneous fiction. Estimate $50

151A. 2 volumes by H. Houze on Winchester Firearms: A) Winchester; B) The Winchester Model 1876 Centennial Rifle. Both with dust jackets. Estimate $100 151B. 2 volumes on Winchester Firearms: A) J. Campbell, The Winchester Single-Shot, 1st edition with dust jacket; B) H. Houze, To The Dreams of Youth, The Winchester 22 Caliber Single Shot Rifle, 1st edition. Estimate $100 151C. 2 volumes on Winchester Firearms: A) R. Stadt, Winchester Shotguns and Shot Shells, 2nd edition; B) New Schwing, Winchester's Finest, The Model 21, 1st edition. Estimate $100 152. 5 volumes on Winchester. Includes: A) 4 volume set by Bill West, Winchester For Over a Century, 1964 1st editions and signed in 3 volumes; B) Bill West, Winchester Complete, 1st edition. Estimate $200 152A. Ned Schwing, Winchester Slide Action Rifles, 2 volume set. Estimate $50 152B. George Madis, 1/1000, The Winchester Book, signed 1st edition. Estimate $50 152C. Roger Rule, The Rifleman's Rifle, 1982 edition. Estimate $200 to 300 152D. Dean Whitaker, The Model 70 Winchester, 1937 to 1964, signed. Estimate $50 152E. Roger Rule, The Rifleman's Rifle, 1996 edition. Estimate $200 to 300 153. 2 books on Firearms: A) Walter Smith, The NRA Book of Small Arms, in 2 volumes, volume 1 titled Pistols and Revolvers and volume 2 titled Rifles, 1948, both with dust jackets and in slip case. Estimate $125 154. 5 volumes on Firearms all By Bill West: A) Browning Arms and History, 1st edition; B) Remington Arms and History, 1st edition; C) Savage and Stevens, Arms and History, 1st edition; D) Savage and Stevens, Arms and History, 2nd edition; E) Bill West, Marlin and Ballard, Firearms and History, 1st edition. Estimate $200 155. 3 volumes on rifles: A) Philip B. Sharpe, The Rifle in America, 1938 William Morrow and Co., signed 1st edition with dust jacket; B) Captain John G. Dillin, The Kentucky Rifle, 1946 in slipcase; C) W. Cline, The Muzzle Loading Rifle, 3rd printing. Estimate $125

151. 4 large volumes on Winchester Fire Arms: Includes: A) George Madis, The Winchester Book, signed 1st edition, 1961; B) Harold Williamson, Winchester the Gun That Won the West, 1952, 1st edition; C) H. Houze, Winchester Repeating Arms Company, Its History; D) Winchester Quality Products, Winchester publication Estimate $100

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Lot #156

156. 4 volumes on Ammunition and Ballistics: A) Franklin Mann, The Bullets Flight, Standard Printing and Publishing, 1942; B) Herschel Logan, Cartridges, A Pictorial Digest of Small Arms Ammunition, Standard Publications, 1952 with dust jacket; C) Richard Simmons, Wildcat Cartridges, William Morrow and Co. 1947 1st edition; D) Earl Naramore, Principles and Practice of Loading Ammunition, Stackpole Company , 1962 with dust jacket. Estimate $150 to 200 157. 6 volumes on rifles. Includes: A) Townsend Wheelen, The American Rifle, NY The Century Co, 1918, 1st edition with dust jacket; B) Townsend Wheelen, The Hunting Rifle, Stackpole and Heck 1950; C) Trumen Henson, Sporting Rifles and Scope Sights, David McKay 1950, 1st edition with dust jacket; D) Edwards Brown, Rimfire Rifleman, Military Service Publishing, 1947, 1st edition. Estimate $125 157A. Harry Davis, A Forgotten Heritage, 1st edition. Estimate $100 158. 9 volumes on Winchester. Includes: A) David Butler, Winchester '73 and '76, The First Repeating Centerfire Rifles, 1st edition with dust jacket; B) John Parsons, The First Winchester, William Morrow and Co., 1955 1st edition with dust jacket; C) John Parsons, The First Winchester, William Morrow and Co., 1955 1st edition. Estimate $100 to 150 159. 10 volumes on gunsmithing. Includes: Henry Kaufman, Early American Gunsmiths, Stackpole Company 1952. Estimate $50 to 75 160. The Parker Story, 2 volume set, 1998 limited edition with gilt edged pages, by Gunther, Mullins, Parker, Price and Cote. Estimate $100 160A. The Parker Gun by Larry Baer, Wallace Beinfeld Publication 1974, limited editions. Estimate $100 160B. The Parker Gun by Larry Baer, Wallace Beinfeld Publication 1974, limited editions. Estimate $100 160C. The Parker Gun by Larry Baer, Wallace Beinfeld Publication 1974, limited editions. Estimate $100 160D. 2 volumes on Parker: A) Peter Johnson, Parker America's Finest Shotgun; B) Ed Muderlak, Parker Guns, The Old Reliable. Estimate $100 161. 3 volumes on Smith and Wesson: A) McHenry and Roper, Smith and Wesson Hand Guns, Standard Publications, 1947; B) John Parsons, Smith and Wesson Revolvers, William Morrow Company, 1957 1st edition with dust jacket; C) Neal and Jinks, Smith and Wesson, with dust jacket. Estimate $75 162. 3 volumes on Colt. A) Haven and Belden, A History of the Colt Revolver, Bonanza Books, 1940; B) 2 copies of John Parson's The Peacemaker and Its Rivals, both 1950. Estimate $75 to 100

162A. 2 volumes on Colt. Includes: A) Martin Rywell, Colt Guns, 1953; B) John Parson's The Peacemaker and Its Rivals, 1950. Estimate $75 to 100 163. Haven and Belden, A History of the Colt Revolver, Bonanza Books, 1940 with slipcase; Estimate $100 163A. 2 volumes on Colt: A) Jack Rohan, Yankee Arms Maker; The Story of Sam Colt, 1948 with dust jacket; B) R. L. Wilson, The Colt Heritage, with dust jacket. Estimate $75 to 100. 163B. W. Goddard, The Government Models, The Development of the Colt Model 1911, with dust jacket. Estimate $100 163C. Charles Clawson, Colt .45 Service Pistols, Models of 1911 and 1911A1, with dust jacket. Estimate $150 164. S. R. Truesdell, The Rifle, Its Development For Big Game Hunting, Military Service Publishing, 1947, 1st edition with dust jacket, An NRA Library Book. Estimate $100 164A. Samuel Maxwell, Lever Action Magazine Rifles, Derived From the Patents of Andrew Burgess, 1st edition. Estimate $100 164B. Ludwig Olson, Mauser Bolt Rifles, Fadco Publishing 1957, 1st edition with dust jacket. Estimate $100 164C. Ronnie Burke, Ruger Model 77 Bolt Action Rifles, limited and signed edition. Estimate $100 164D. Ned Roberts, The Muzzle-Loading Cap Lock Rifle, The Stackpole Company 1952 with dust jacket. Estimate $100. 165. Charles Hanson, The Plains Rifle, Stackpole Company 1960, limited and signed edition. Estimate $100 165A. Stuart Otteson, The Bolt Action, Winchester Press 1976 with dust jacket. Estimate $100 165B. Stuart Otteson, The Bolt Action, Winchester Press 1976 with dust jacket. Estimate $100 165C. Stuart Otteson, The Bolt Action, Winchester Press 1976 with dust jacket. Estimate $100 165D. Charles Liedl, Hunting with Rifle and Pencil, Brunswick Press, 1st edition with dust jacket. Estimate $100 165E. Joh Speed, Mauser, Original Oberndorf Sporting Rifles. Estimate $100 165F. C. S. Landis, Rifle Craft, Sportsman's Digest Publishing, 1923. Estimate $100 166. Roger Rule, The Rifleman's Rifle, Alliance Books 1982. Estimate $100 to 200 166A. Harold Williamson, Winchester, The Gun That Won the West, Combat Forces Press 1952, 1st edition with dust jacket. Estimate $100 166B. Fanny Winchester Hotchkiss, Winchester Notes, Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor Company, 1912. Estimate $100 166C. Clyde Williamson, Winchester Legacy, 1st edition. Estimate $100 166D. Dean Whitaker, The Model 70 Winchester, 1937 ­ 1964, 1st edition. Estimate $100 166E. Roger Rule, The Rifleman's Rifle, Alliance Books 1982. Estimate $100 to 200

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Lot #176

167. James Gordon, Winchesters New Model of 1873, A Tribute, large 2 volume set, leather bound limited and signed edition, inscribed by author. Estimate $100 167A . Roger Rule, The Rifleman's Rifle, limited and signed edition with slipcover. Number 374 of 500. Estimate $400 to 500 167B George Madis, Experimental Winchester, 1/1000 copies. Estimate $100 167C. R. Wilson, Winchester, An American Legend. Estimate $100 167D. R. Wilson, The Book of Winchester Engravings, 1st edition. Estimate $100 167E. R.T. Giles and Schuey, 100 Years of Winchester Cartridge Boxes, 1856 to 1956, signed limited edition of 48/1000 copies with dust jacket. Estimate $150 167F. R. Wilson, The Golden Age of Gun Making, with dust jacket. Estimate $100 167G. Roger Rule, The Rifleman's Rifle, limited and signed edition with slipcover. Number 371 of 500. Estimate $200 to 300 168. Ronald Stadt, Winchester Shotguns and Shotshells, Armory Publications 1984, 1st edition signed by author with dust jacket and slipcase. Estimate $100 168A. Dean Whitaker, The Model 70 Winchester, 1st edition signed by author. Estimate $100 168B. R. Renneberg, The Winchester Model 94, First 100 Years, 1st edition revised. Estimate $100 168C. G. Stone, The Winchester 1873 Handbook. Estimate $100 168D. H. Houze, The Winchester Model 52. Estimate $100 168E. David Riffle, Winchester, the Greatest Hammerless Repeating Shotgun Ever. Estimate $100 168F. Winchester 5 books or publications: Includes: Tim Webster, Winchester Rarities. Estimate $100 169. 10 volumes on Ammunition and Ballistics. Includes: A) Franklin Mann, The Bullets Flight, 1952 with dust jacket; B) Charles Suy Dam, The American Cartridge, 1st edition with dust jacket. Estimate $100 170. Alden Hatch, Remington Arms, An American History, Rinehart and Company, 1st edition with dust jacket. Estimate $100 170A. Charles Semmer, Remington Double Shotguns, limited and signed edition. Estimate $100 170B. Bill West, Remington Arms and History, 2 volumes. Estimate $100 170C. J. Lacy, The Remington 700. 170D. Robert Ball, Remington Firearms. Estimate $100 Estimate $100 171A. Ellis Christian Lenz, Muzzle Flashes, Standard Publications, 2nd printing with dust jacket. Estimate $100 171B. Fred Datig, The Luger Pistol, 1958. Estimate $100

172. 14 volumes on firearms and 4 on sporting miscellaneous. Includes: A) Julian Hatcher, Hatchers Notebook, The Stackpole Company, 1952 with dust jacket; B) Ed McGivern, Ed McGiverns Book on Fast and Fancy Revolver Shooting, The King Richardson Company 1938, 1st edition; C) Lewis Winant, Early Percussion Firearms, Bonanza Books 1955 with dust jacket. Estimate $100 173. 3 volumes on firearms: A) Arni Dunathan, The American BB Gun, 1st edition with dust jacket B) Frank Conley, The American Single Barrel Trap Gun, limited and signed edition with dust jacket; C) John Bianchi, Blue Steel and Gunleather, 1st edition with dust jacket. Estimate $100 174. 6 volumes on firearms and sporting collectibles. Includes: Donna Tonelli, Top of the Line Hunting Collectibles. Estimate $75 174A. Theodore Dexter, 35 Years Scrap Book of Antique Arms, in 2 volumes, limited and signed edition. Estimate $100 175. Lot of 14 volumes on firearms, most large oversized editions with dust jackets. Estimate $100 176. Lot of approximately 64 volumes of the Double Gun Journal, 1990 to 2005, all in excellent condition and many still sealed in each years slipcase. Estimate $500 to 700 177. 21 issues of Gray's Sporting Journal from the 1970's to 1980's, all in very good to excellent condition. Estimate $100 to 150 178. Time Life series The Old West, 1977 in 10 volumes. Estimate $75 to 100 179. Miscellaneous lot of sporting books and publications. Includes: A) 4 volumes of Stoeger's The Shooters Bible for the years 1951, `54, `58 and `60; B) 2 publications on Griswold cast iron. Estimate $50 to 75 180. Jennings, A Book of Trout Flies, Derrydale Press 1935 with slip case. Estimate $100 181. Shields, Cruising the Cascades, Rand McNally 1889. Estimate $100 182. J. Burger, Horned Death, 1st edition. Estimate $100

171. 2 volumes on Firearms: Browning and Gentry, John Browning, American Gun Maker, Doubleday, 1st edition with dust jacket; B) John Parson, Henry Derringer's Pocket Pistol, William Morrow and Company 1952 with dust jacket. Estimate $100

183. Jack London, The Call of the Wild, MacMillan, 1903. Estimate $100

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Saturday September 22nd, 2007 ~ Auction to begin at 1:00 P.M.

Session Two ~ Firearms and Sporting Collections

Lot #200

Lot #202 Lot #201

Lot #203

201. Taxidermy: Large sized "Twin-Pan" moose rack mount taken from an adult Bull Moose. Rack measures approximately 54.75" at its widest, skull cap is leather wrapped and mounted in mahogany. Estimate $600 to 800 200. Taxidermy: Big Horned Sheep trophy head mounted by the famous sculptor and taxidermist James Lippitt Clark. This Big Horned Sheep was taken by Walter R. Peterson of Peterborough, N.H., and was sold along with the rest of the multi-generation sporting collection of the Walter and John Peterson Family in October of 2002. James L. Clark was a taxidermist for New York's American Museum of Natural History. Horns measure approximately 35 inches in length. Brass plaque on back of trophy mount reads "James L. Clark, New York." Estimate $1,500 to 2,500 202. Taxidermy: Vintage, 12-point Whitetail Buck mounted on an oak shield shaped-back board. This buck's rack measures approximately 23.5" across. Estimate $300 to 400 203. Firearm: Winchester Model 1873, 3rd model in caliber 44WCF. Octagonal barrel measures 23.5", original sights, cleaning rod and buttstock. Lower portion of lever has some surface rust. See images. Serial #283236B, circa 1888. Estimate $2,000 to 2,500

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Lot #206

Lot #204

Lot #207

204. Canoe: 17 foot Old Town Canoe restored and converted for use as a sailing canoe with sail, mast, rudder, leeboards etc. Sail is in good condition. New seat boards and seats. Serial # 111253. Estimate $2,000 to 2,500 205. Antique Hunting Licenses: State of New York Conservation Department's Hunting, Trapping, Fishing and Special Deer Licenses from 1917 to 1947. Framed behind glass with photograph. There is at least one type of license for every year. From 1917 to 1925 each year has its "Resident Hunting and Trapping License". 1926 has a "Hunting, Trapping & Fishing" combination license. 1927, 1928, 1929 and 1931 have the "Hunting, Trapping and Fishing" combination license and one "Deer" license for each year. 1930 has a Hunt/Trapping and Fishing combination and one "Special Deer" license. 1932 to 1939 have Hunting/Trapping and Fishing combination and also the "Special Deer" license for each year. 1940 has a Hunting and Fishing License, a Fishing license, a Hunting license, a Trapping license and a Special Deer license. 1941 has Hunting and Fishing License, a Fishing license, a Hunting license and a Trapping license. Estimate $1,500 to 2,000 206. Bronze Statue: Statue titled "Horns, Cape and a Mod. 70" by Cody Houston. Comes with a certificate of authenticity signed by Cody Houston and a casting number of 17/55. Estimate $200 to 300

Lot #205

207. Bronze Statue: Statue titled "Tom Horn, Wyoming Range Detective," by Cody Houston. On a mahogany base with certificate of authenticity and casting number of 17/55. 8.5" high not including base. Estimate $300 to 400 208. Saddlebags: Three pairs of heavy leather saddlebags. 2 pairs are stamped "Boyt" and one pair is stamped "Clinton, 1917". All 3 stamped "US". Estimate $250 to 275 209. Scabbards: Two identical heavy cowhide rifle saddle scabbards that are 33.25" in length. One is impressed "LAD(?), 1917, FLH" and "M 520" and the other "F.S.J. CO., J.D." Estimate $50 to 75 210. Scabbard: One heavy cowhide saddle scabbard with separate leather cover to protect the butt of a scoped bolt action rifle mounted with a telescopic sight. 33.25" long and stamped "Lawrence S.M.G.". Originally from the Walter R. Peterson estate. Has "Peterson" written in marker across the Scabbard. Estimate $75 to 125

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Lot #212

Lot #211 Lot #217

Lot #215

Lot #218

Lot #216

215. Bird Calls: Lot of 3 Calls; A) Handcarved ebony duck call, maker unknown, 6.125" high; B) Brown Bakelite duck call impressed with the letters "P.S. OLT, PEKIN, IllS." and "57(?)205, measures approximately 3.3" high; C) Black Bakelite duck call impressed with white letters "P.S. OLT, PEKIN, IllS.", just shy of 5" high. Estimate $100 to 150 216. Firearm: Rare Parker VHE .410 gauge shotgun with a straight grip, single selective trigger, skeet in skeet out barrels and barrel lug stamped 000. Barrel measures 26". Retains 98% of its blueing. Serial #241394. Stock measures 17.5" at center. Butt stock has been cut and a .75 inch piece of walnut has been added, original metal skeleton butt stock is missing. Estimate $14,000 to 16,000 217. Chromolithographs: Pair of Chromolithographs by Le Roy circa 1890. One depicts a hanging Mallard with Red Squirrel and the other a pair of hanging fish, in matching frames, behind glass. Images measure 24" high by 11.5" wide. Estimate $300 to 400 218. Knife: Puma knife with leather sheath and stag horn handle. Marked "6377, Genuine Pumaster Steel Germany, Puma White Hunter" on tip of blade and "96583 on finger guard. 6" blade. Estimate $125 to 150

211. Federal Migratory Bird/Duck Stamps: Framed set of Federal Migratory Bird Hunting Stamps. Includes every year from 1935 to 1974. Each individual stamp is sealed in its own pouch, matted and framed in chronological order by date with a limited edition lithograph pencil signed, titled and numbered by the artist "Bob Hines, Redheads, 26/385". Lithograph measures 6.5" high by 9" wide. Framed stamps with litho in center measures 23.5" high by 28.5" wide. Estimate $3,500 to 4,000 212. Decoys: Pair of Bluebill Decoys carved on bottom "MB", probably "Mal Boyd" circa 1930. Estimate $300 to $350 213. Decoys: 2 Bluebill Decoys, one is hollow bodied and in 3 pieces. Estimate $150 to 200 214. Bird Calls: 2 wooden Calls. A) Crow call with wooden body and plastic mouth piece, unmarked and 4.5" high; B) Wooden duck call impressed "Susie" on its side, 5" high. Estimate $50 to 100

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Lot #224 Lot #219

Lot #223

Lot #220 Lot #221

219. Knife: Puma Bowie knife with stag horn handle and leather sheath. Marked "6396, Original Puma Bowie, Genuine Pumaster Steel Germany" on blade and "53606" on finger guard. 6.5" blade. Estimate $125 to 150 220. Knife: Puma Skinner knife with stag horn handle and leather sheath. Marked "Puma Skinner, Genuine-PumasterSteel, Germany, BEST.NO. 6393" on blade and "42606" on finger guard. 5" long blade. Estimate $125 to 150 221. Knives: Lot of 2 Puma knives both with stag horn handles and leather sheaths. A) marked "6383 Puma-Buddy, new Stainless Super Keen Cutting Steel, Handmade, Germany" on blade and "19581" at the finger guard. 5" long blade. Estimate $125 to 150 222. Rod: Orvis Madison style impregnated bamboo rod. 6.5 feet, 2.5 ounces and in like new condition with original tube. Serial #77738. Estimate $250 to 350 223. Rod: Orvis Impregnated "99" style bamboo rod. 8.5 feet long, 5.5 ounce, 2 piece rod, HCH7 test line and in original tube and slipcase. Barely used. Serial #41299 Estimate $200 to 250 224. Painting: Late 19th century/early 20th century pastel on paper depicting three trout with a creel. 19.5" by 22.5 sight. Signed "Chandler" lower left and under glass. Possibly William Henry Chandler, 1854 to 1928 of NY. Estimate $300 to 400 225. Vintage Lures: 2 large tackle boxes filled with vintage lures, snell hooks, weights, bobbers, fly's and assorted tackle. Includes: A) three tins filled with fly fishing flies B) fly fishing wallets filled with assorted flies (Cahill, Royal Coachmen's, Montreal, McGinty, Prof Campbell's Fancy) C) Lures includes: Heddons Game Fisher, Heddon's The Lucky 13, Heddon's Crazy Crawler, Paw-Paw, Surf-Oren and many more. Estimate $150 to 200 226. Rod: Orvis Trident TLS Mid Flex 6.5., 8'6". 2.75 ounces, 5 weight line, #0702. Brand new in tube and never used. Estimate $200 to 250 227. Rod: Diamondback "Diamondglass" rod, 6'6", 3 weight fly line, 2 piece. Brand new in tube. Estimate $100 228. Rods: Two fiberglass rods: A0 #14452T Shakespeare fly fishing WonderRod, 8'6" in nearly new condition in tube B) #715 7foot long Shakespeare Casting WonderRod, brand new in original plastic wrap. Estimate $75 to 100 229. Reel: Brass "Pflueger, SAL--Trout, NO. 1555" reel. Retains approximately 50% of its original black paint and is in working condition. 1935 fly reel. Reel measures 3.5" in diameter. Estimate $75 to 100

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Lot #230

Lot #231

#233

Lot #234

230. Royal Worcester Quail: Pair of Royal Worcester porcelain "Bob White Quail" modeled by Ronald Van Ruyckevelt (1928- ?) Each Bob-White quail has a few small breaks to its leafy decorations and one branch. Quails measures 9.25" at their highest, including burlwood veneered bases. Estimate $3,000 to 4,000 231. Bisque Geese: Early 20th century pair of bisque Canada Geese, probably Continental European. No markings, 8.5" at highest. Estimate $400 to 600 232. Carving of Geese: Miniature carving of two Canada Geese in flight, each suspended by a wire above a smooth piece of driftwood. Ink stamped on underside of base "Russ P. Burr, Hingham, Mass". One goose has a sliver off its wing. 5.25" inches at highest by 6" long. Estimate $900 to 1,100

Lot #232

233. Carved Mallard: Miniature carved wood mallard drake signed in pencil on its base "J. Ahearn", 3" high by 3.5" wide. Estimate $300 to 400 234. Carved Goose Miniature: Carved wooden Miniature of a Canada Goose on a piece of drift wood with a paper label on its base which reads, "Canada Goose, Hand Made by Helen & Lay Strong." 3.5" high by 6.25" long. Estimate $200 to 400

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Lot #236

Lot #239

Lot #237

Lot #238

235. Firearm: Winchester Model 97, 12 ga., cut down to riot length (barrel measures 18 and 6/8" long), Serial # 912018, circa 1943. Estimate $300 to 400 236. Firearm: Winchester Model 97 12 gauge riot shotgun. Barrel measures 19.25" long. Serial # 646814, circa 1918. Estimate $400 to 600 237. Firearm: Winchester Model 1873, 44-40 cal., 1st model. Rifle has a set trigger, round barrel, original sights, folding globe front sight, earliest known Tang sight and a raised "X" on the end of the butt stock. Barrel measures 23.5" long. Comes with a copy of a letter from the Cody museum. All original rifle circa 1875. Serial #5774. Estimate $5,000 to 7,000 238. Firearm: Winchester Model 70 Super Grade in cal. 30 GOV'T 06, circa 1937. Rifle is in very good to excellent original condition with 24.25" barrel. Serial # 3349. Estimate $2,000 to 2,500 239. Firearm: Winchester Model 54 Super Grade rifle in caliber 30 GOV'T 06. Has original Lyman peep sight and is in very good to excellent condition. Made circa 1935, barrel length 24.25" long. One of only 1100 (plus or minus) ever made. Serial # 44567A. Estimate $2,000 to 2,500

Lot #243

240. Chairs: Pair of vintage Adirondack arm chairs. Estimate $200 to 300 241. Gun Rack: Custom made mahogany wall mounted, 25 position, gun rack. Seven feet wide. Estimate $300 to 400 242. Gun Rack: Custom made mahogany floor mounted, 25 position, gun rack. Seven feet wide. Estimate $300 to 400 243. Taxidermy: Large vintage Elk Stag trophy mount. Rack measures 38" at its widest with a total height of 62" tall. Estimate $900 to 1,100

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Lot #248

Lot #246

244. Etching: Frank Weston Benson etching "In Island Pond," artist proof signed lower left "Frank W. Benson". Glass in frame was broken damaging image in 2 small places: first is just a fleabite sized nick in the white background and the second is a .75" long thin slash with a slight scrape at the bottom (see closeup photos), otherwise a clean image with no matt burn, however etching has been glued down. Estimate $400 to 600 245. Watercolors: 2 watercolors depicting game animals. One depicts foxes and hares and is signed lower left "W.C. Rymer 1898" with an image size of 10" by 7.25". The second depicts Deer and is unsigned but appears identical in style to the first Rymer watercolor mentioned above. This second image is 10.75" high by 7" wide. Estimate $200 to 300 246. Advertising: An original "Colts Pat. Fire Arms Manufacturing Co" advertising/sales poster. Signed in image "Frank Schoona(v?)er". Condition is rough with several tears and pieces of the edge missing, there are also some folds across the image from having been rolled and flattened. Estimate $150 to 200 247. Vintage & Antique Ammunition: Lot of 4 boxes of vintage Winchester ammunition. Includes 2 identical dark blue boxes filled with 50 rounds each of "Winchester Staynless" .44-40 and 2 identical yellow, blue and red boxes (K4412T) filled with 50 rounds each of "Winchester Staynless, Non Mercuric Oil Proof" .44-40 200 grain bullets. All in original unopened condition. Estimate $100 to 150

Lot #250

248. Vintage & Antique Ammunition: 2 early light green boxes of "Cartridges for Winchester Rifle Model 1873" filled with 50 rounds each. One is for .38 caliber along with one box of blank cartridges with a paper sticker marked "Primed Shells". All in original unopened condition. Estimate $500 to 700 249. Vintage & Antique Ammunition: 3 boxes filled with 50 rounds each of "Western Cartridges" in caliber 44-40 W.C.F. of 200 grain soft point "Lubaloy" bullets. One box is missing its inner flap seat. All 3 are yellow and blue with red "Western" logo. Estimate $75 to 125 250. Vintage & Antique Ammunition: Early and rare box filled with 20 rounds of Winchester .38-55 soft point smokeless power center fire cartridges. Orange Winchester paper label still functioning as seal. Estimate $150 to 200 251. Vintage & Antique Ammunition: Early unopened box filled with 20 rounds of Peters .30-30 smokeless powder 170 grain soft point bullets for Winchester, marlin and other rifles. Orange paper label. Estimate $75 to 100

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Lot #252A Lot #254C

Lot #252B Lot #254A Lot #254D Lot #255

Lot #257

252. Vintage & Antique Ammunition: 3 vintage boxes Lot #254 filled with ammunition: A) 1 yellow box with green accents of 25 "Remington DuPont" 12 ga. Kleanbore wet proof arrow shells; B) 1 green and red box of 25 "Remington Shur Shot, smokeless, wet proof, Kleanbore" 12 ga. Shot shells; C) 1 yellow and blue box of "Western Xpert" 12 ga. 2 5/8" length shotgun shells. Estimate $50 to 75 252A. Vintage & Antique Ammunition: Early box filled with 50 central fire cartridges with wooden end made by Remington/ UMC for .44 Win. Mar & Rem. With red paper label and cream writing. Estimate $75 to 100 252B. Vintage & Antique Ammunition 2 boxes of Peters Ammunition. Includes A) Peters Rustless .405 Winchester Centerfire Cartridges, 300 grain soft point for Winchester Model 1895, "No. 4071", cream paper label on box with 20 rounds B) Peters Rustless .44-40 Oil-Tite Shot. Box has cream paper label and 50 cartridges in the box, "No. 4493" on side of box. Estimate $75 to $100 252C. Vintage & Antique Ammunition: 6 boxes of ammunition. Includes: A) Remington/UMC Kleanbore .30 Springfield 172 grain taper heel bullets, "R120" on side; box is green and cream; B) Remington/DuPont Kleanbore 7 m/m Mauser Express, 20 center fire bullets, #8707; C) Remington/DuPont Kleanbore 30-06 Springfield Palma Match, 20 center fire bullets, #6730; D) Remington/DuPont Kleanbore 30-06 Springfield Hi Speed 110 grain Mushroom bullets (20), #62230; E) Remington/DuPont Kleanbore 25-35 Winchester Express 117 grain soft point (20 in box) bullets, #6325; F) Remington/ DuPont 5-IN-1 Blank cartridges (50 center fire), #9005. Estimate $100 to 125 253. Vintage & Antique Ammunition: 9 yellow and blue (with red accent) boxes filled with Ammunition: A) "Winchester Super Speed 303 Savage", 20 rounds; B) 3 boxes of "Western "7m/m Mauser cartridges, 20 rounds in a box; C) 1 box of 20 cartridges of "Western" 38-55 Winchester bullets; D) 2 boxes of 20 bullets, "Western" Super-X 30-06 Springfield. One of these boxes has image of standing bear on right side of the front of the box; E) 2 boxes of 20 cartridges each, "Western" Super-X 270 Winchester. One of these boxes has image of standing bear on right side of the front of the box. Estimate $150 to 200 254. Vintage & Antique Ammunition: Lot of 3 Early "Peters" boxes each filled with 50 rounds per box. Includes: A) Peters ".44-40 Semi-smokeless C.F. Cartridges for Winchester, Marlin and Colt Rifles"; B) cream colored box Peters ".44-40 Rustless center fire cartridges" "No. 4493; C) light blue box of Peters ".44 X.L. Shot cartridges Adapted to X..L. Stevens and Other Shotguns", No. 4489. Estimate $125 to 150

Lot #256

254A. Vintage & Antique Ammunition: 3 boxes of Peters A) RustlessGildkote non-fouling .30 GOV'T '06 box of 20, 200 grain hollow point bullets, No. 3082 B) 2 boxes of Peters Rustless oil-tite of 50 rounds each for .44-40 center fire cartridges (one box has 200 grain metal cased bullets No. 4410 and the other has 200 grain soft point bullets No. 4409). Estimate $50 to 75 254B. Vintage and Antique Ammunition: 3 boxes of Western .44-40 Winchester Center Fire 200 grain soft point Lubaloy bullets. Each box has 50 bullets, No. 4440. Estimate $75 to 100 254C. Vintage and Antique Ammunition: 5 boxes of Ammunition: A) Winchester Super Speed .270 box of 20 center fire 150 grain soft point bullets, K2703C; B) 2 boxes of Winchester Silvertip, Super Speed 348 with 20 cartridges for Winchester Model 71, one marked K3423C with 250 grain bullets and the other W3482 with 200 grain bullets. Estimate $100 to 125 254D. Vintage Ammunition:"Winchester Wimbledon Cup Special Match Cartridges", .30 GOV'T '06, box of 20 center fire 180 grain Kopperklad bullets for single loading. K36706 on side. Estimate $100 to 200 255. Vintage & Antique Ammunition: Lot of 8 boxes of 20 rounds each of UMC 7 m/m bullets for Remington and Mauser.. Many with seal still intact, 7 of them with red paper labels. Also comes with 1 box of 1000 UMC/Remington nickeled primers. Estimate $175 to 200 256. Vintage & Antique Ammunition: 7 boxes of Remington ammunition: Includes A) Early .44 Marble "Game Getter" 50 cartridges by Remington Arms/UMC, in green paper label, Round ball B) .44 Winchester shot, 50 cartridges. by Remington Arms/UMC, in red paper label, wooden end C) 2 boxes of 44-40 Winchester cartridges with 50 per box. D) 1 box of 50 .44 bullets. E) 1 box of 20, 45-70 bullets. F) 1 box of 50 Center Fire 44-40 cartridges. Estimate $100 to 125 257. Vintage & Antique Ammunition: 2 boxes of vintage ammunition: A) 1 box of 25 "Peters" high velocity, 2.5", No.419 3/4 ch, 3/4 ounce, No 7 3/4 .410 ga shot shells. B) Box of five "Imperial" .410 ga. Special long range rifled slugs. Estimate $25 to 50

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Lot #264

Lot #263

Lot #262

Lot #265 Lot #261

260. Vintage & Antique Ammunition: 2 red, yellow and blue boxes of vintage ammunition and a bag of Winchester buck shot. A) Two Winchester "Super Speed" .270 boxes of 20 Center Fire cartridges. Estimate $125 to 150 261. Watercolor: Gary E. Neel (20th century American) watercolor on paper signed lower right "Gary E. Neel `72." Nicely matted and framed behind glass. Measures 13.75" high by 20.5" wide sight. Estimate $1,200 to 1,500 262. Firearm: Winchester Model 21 Deluxe Field 12 ga. Shotgun with a 26" inch barrel and with 2 3/4" chambers (IMP-MOD and IMP CYL). Comes with hard leather carry case. Serial # 19744. Estimate $1,500 to 2,000 258. Vintage & Antique Ammunition: 3 boxes of blue and yellow vintage "Peters" ammunition: A) 50 Peters 44-40 Winchester bullets, No. 4410 B) 50 Peters 38-40 Winchester bullets, No. 3856 C) 50 Peters 32-20 Winchester bullets, No. 3270 Estimate $50 to 75 259. Vintage & Antique Ammunition: 7 boxes of vintage ammunition: A) 2 boxes of Peters 270 Winchester cartridges (20 per box). B) 1 box of Remington 30-06 Springfield (20 per box). C) 1 box of 20 rounds of .30 Springfield Kleanbore bullets. D) 2 boxes of 20 rounds of .30 Springfield Hi-Speed bullets. E) 1 box of Peters High Velocity 30-06 Springfield cartridges, 20 in the box. Estimate $50 to 75 263. Firearm: Winchester Model 21 Deluxe Field, 12 ga. with a 30" barrel and 2 3/4" chambers. English leather hard case included. Serial #20368. Estimate $2,000 to 2,500 264. Firearm: Winchester Model 21 Deluxe Field, 12 ga. With two barrels: A) a 30" barrel (full and modified); B) a 26" skeet barrel (WS1 and WS2). Both Serial #'s matched to the receiver, Serial #29233, with its own case. Estimate $3,000 to 3,500 265. Firearm: Ithaca Model 10, 10 ga. For 3.5" magnum shells only. Shotgun barrel measures 32". Serial #100009891. Estimate $400 to 600

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Lot #266

Lot #267 Lot #269

Lot #268

Lot #270

266. Lithograph: Crayon lithograph used for the 1941 Federal Migratory Bird Hunting Stamp titled and signed in pencil by the artist "Federal Duck Stamp Design 1940, F. L. Jaques". Matted and framed behind glass, litho measures 9.25" high by 11.25" wide sight. Estimate $1,250 to 1,500 267. Lithograph: Ogden M. Pleissner, N.A. (1905-1983) N.Y, N.Y. "Privately Printed For the Clove Valley Rod and Gun Club In A Limited Edition of 102 Copies", pencil signed lower right "Ogden M. Pleissner N.A." Nicely matted and framed. Image measures 14.75" high by 23" wide. Estimate $1,500 to 2,000 268. Lithograph: Ogden M. Pleissner, N.A. (1905-1983) N.Y, N.Y. "Published Privately in 1981 by Clove Valley Rod and Gun Club In A Limited Edition of One Hundred and Fifty Six Prints" signed in pencil lower right "Ogden M. Pleissner N.A." Nicely matted and framed behind glass, image measures 18.75" high by 27.75" wide. Estimate $1,500 to 2,000

269. Etching: Aiden Lassell Ripley (1896-1969) Lexington, KY: etching titled and signed by the artist "Point on Quail, A Lassell Ripley". Nicely matted and framed image measures 8.75" high by 14' wide. Estimate $1,200 to 1,600 270. Watercolor: Watercolor on paper signed lower right "Gary E. Neel `72," on verso "#163 Canvasback." Nicely matted and framed behind glass. Measures 13.75" high by 20.5" wide sight. Estimate $1,200 to 1,500

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Lot #271 Lot #272

Lot #273 Lot #274

Lot #275

Lot #276

271. Knife: Earlier Puma rosewood handled "White Hunter" knife with dark brown leather sheath. Marked on blade "6377 Genuine Pumaster Steel Germany". 6" long blade. Estimate $150 to 200 272. Knife: Puma "Hunter's Friend" knife with stag horn handle and leather sheath. 5" long blade. Marked on blade "6398 handmade, Puma Hunter's Friend, Genuine-Pumaster-steelGermany". Marked "73375" on fingerguard. Estimate $150 to 200 273. Knife: Puma "Hunter's-Pal" knife with stag horn handle & leather sheath, 4" long blade. Marked on blade "6397 genuine Pumaster-steel-Germany". Marked "96583" on the finger guard. Estimate $150 to 200

274. Knife: Puma "Skinner" knife with stag horn handle & leather sheath, 5" long blade. Marked on blade "6393" genuine Pumaster ­ steel, Germany. Marked "86581" on blade. Estimate $150 to 200 275. Knife: Puma "Outdoor" knife with stag horn handle & leather sheath, 5" long blade. Marked on blade "11 6378 handmade Germany, Stainless". Marked "47192" on finger guard. Estimate $150 to 200 276. Knife: Puma "Bowie" knife with stag horn handle & leather sheath, 6 ?" long blade. Marked on blade "6396" handmade original Puma-Bowie- Genuine ­Pumaster-Steel ­ Germany". Marked "14671" on finger guard. Has original gold tag on blade. Estimate $175 to 225

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Lot #277

Lot #278

Lot #279

Lot #280

Lot #281

277. Firearm: Winchester model 70, Super Grade in 7m/m caliber. Serial #123639, circa 1949. In excellent condition. Estimate $5,000 to 7,000 278. Firearm: Winchester model 70, Standard Grade in caliber 30 GOV'T 06 with factory recoil pad & super grade swivels. Serial #144507, circa 1950. Estimate $800 to 1,200 279. Firearm: Winchester Model 54, Super Grade Carbine in Caliber 30 GOV'T 06, circa 1928. This Carbine appears to have a Model 70 Bolt possibly done by the Winchester Custom Shop. Rear bridge has been drilled. Serial #15528. Estimate $2,000 to 2,500 280. Firearm: Winchester Model 70 Super Grade in Caliber 270 WCF. Rifle has been drilled for a Jaeger scope mount and is equipped with a Lyman Alaskan weatherproof scope. Despite these modifications this is still a very fine circa 1939 Winchester Super Grade rifle. Serial #23753 Estimate $1,000 to 1,500 281. Firearm: Remington 12 ga. Side by Side Damascus barreled shotgun with straight grip and fine bores. A letter from Charles Semmer will accompany the shotgun. Serial # 125611 Estimate $1,500 to 2,000

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Lot #282

Lot #283

Lot #285

Lot #294

Lot #293

282. Trap Gun: Brass trappers .22 cal pistol trap gun marked "Taylor Fur Getter," "F.C. Taylor Fur. Co., St. Louis MO" and "Pat'd June 2nd 1914, other Pat's Pending." 14.75" total length. Mostly brass construction with steel pins and a steel hook with a large wood screw attached to a pintle on the bottom. Estimate $900 to 1,100 283. Trap Gun: Brass trappers pistol round trap marked "The Never-Fail, Pat. Oct 17 `22". 8.5" overall length. Estimate $700 to 900 284. Painting: Oil on artist's board still life of a pair of trout. American school, unsigned with label on reverse "F.(W?) R(E?)VOE, Manufacturers of Artist Tube Colors etc., Cor. Fulton and William Sts, New York." 13.25" by 16.25" sight, nicely framed with some crackle of paint throughout. Estimate $150 to 250 285. Painting: Gouache on paper painting of Pin Back Ducks signed lower right "R. Boettger 47'." Possibly Rudolph Boettger but not his normal subject matter. 13.25" by 17.25" sight. Nicely framed. Estimate $300 to 500 286. Painting: Oil on board of 2 setters in a knoll at attention. Signed lower left "P. Kremenik," 11.75" by 9.5". Some crackle throughout, appears to be original frame. Estimate $100 to 200 287. Snow-Shu Chair: Collapsible "Snow-Shu" chair with original metal label on seat back "W.F. Tubbs. Co., Snow-Shu, Norway, ME USA Pat. Applied for `38". 33.75" tall, seat length 15.75" by 16.25" wide. Nice condition. Estimate $75 to 150

288. Snow Shoes: Pair of newer snow shoes, marked "Guaranteed not to sag." No bindings, 10" by 58" and in excellent condition. Estimate $75 to 125 289. Storage Basket: Large vintage woven storage basket with side handles. 15.75" wide opening by 20.5" tall. Estimate $100-150 290. Hunting Backpack/Basket: Two vintage hunting/fishing baskets/backpacks with canvas covers. A) measures 13.5" wide opening by 18.5" tall, has small hole in bottom; B) is an older model with a 12" wide opening at the top by 18" tall. Estimate $50 to 100 291. Hunting Backpack/Basket: One vintage hunting/fishing basket/backpack with canvas cover. Top opening is 13" by 18.75" tall. Estimate $75 to 100 292. Open Lot 293. Statue: Jonas, Louis. (1894 ­ 1971). Patinated bronze white metal statue of a Bull Moose. 11.5" high by 11.75" wide. Signed on base. Also marked: Zoological Art Institute. He also did "Commemorating the Grizzly Bear," bronze, at Denver's Municipal Park; "Grizzly Bear and Cubs," Denver Museum of Natural History; 9 dinosaurs for the 1964 Sinclair Oil World's Fair Exhibit and a Rhinoceros for the Davenport, Iowa Public Museum, and many other commissions. Very few of his smaller works were cast in bronze. Estimate $500 to 600 294. Statue: Bronze patinated white metal statue of a hunting dog, Marked "KYC.B" on top and bottom, 13.5" long by 6.75" tall. Estimate $300 to 400

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Lot #295 Lot #301A Lot #301

Lot #296 Lot #302

295. Bookends: Pair of bronzed, white metal book ends in the form of 2 Irish Setters, on wooden bases. 10" long by 5" tall each. Estimate $250 to 300 296. Lanterns: 2 vintage kerosene lanterns with wire globe guards. The first is marked "DIETZ KING FIRE DEPARTMENT" and is 14.25" tall by 8" wide. The second is marked "Mill Lantern DIETZ" and is 13.25" tall by 8" wide. Estimate $150 to 200 297. Skeet Thrower: Skeet Thrower marked on base "The Expert, The Chamberlin Cartridge & Target Co., Cleveland O.", "Pat. MCH 1892". 31.5" long. Estimate $125 to 150 298. Skeet Thrower: Skeet Thrower marked "107201" on shaft and "Western 2059 C7F" on base and side in green paint. 30" long. Estimate $100 to 125 299. Gun Cases & Scabbard: 2 hard leather gun cases: A) "Schoellkpf Co. Famous Jumbo Brand, 144 1C26" imprinted below logo; B) "Geo. Lawrence Co. Portland OR" and "20-22" imprinted. Lot also contains a gun scabbard. Estimate $150 to 200 300. Winchester branded items: Lot of 3 includes: A) rifle case; B) fringed suede rifle scabbard; C) advertising rubber countertop display mat. Estimate $100 to 150 301. Chromolithographs: Pair of chromolithographs by "Le Roy 1896". One depicts a bass and trout hanging marked "160" and the other a duck and squirrel marked "163". Published by "Hallen and Weine, NY. 23.75" wide by 11.75" tall. In matching oak frames behind glass. Estimate $200 to 300 301A. Oil on canvas: Turner Bailey (1805-1931). Large oil on canvas painting of an Irish Setter at point. Signed lower right "T. Bailey" 30.25" high by 40" wide. Relined and restored. Estimate $2,000 to 3,000 302. Winchester Advertising: Lot of 2 Winchester Advertising pieces: A) top 3/4 of the rare 1925 Winchester calendar depicting 2 Redbone hounds painted by Henry Rankin Poore. Small tear in bottom center edge (1" from bottom that travels into the image); B) vintage Winchester "Deer Season Opens" poster advertising the Winchester Super Speed Powerpoint or Silvertip ammunition. 18" by 23.75". Estimate $400 to 600

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Lot #304

Lot #305

Lot #303

Lot #306

Lot #307

305. Firearm: Winchester Model 54 Standard Grade in caliber 30 GOV'T 06 with a 23.25" barrel. Circa 1926, serial # 7844. Estimate $700 to 1,000 306. Firearm: Winchester Model 54 Standard Grade in Caliber 30 GOV'T 06 with a 23.25" barrel. Made after 1940, serial #50743A. Note: This vintage Winchester sat in the rafters of an old barn for deer control and is now ready for your use. Estimate $600 to 800 307. Firearm: Winchester Model 1894 in caliber 32WS with a 25.25" barrel. Circa 1916, serial #786677. Estimate $400 to 500

303. Firearm: 1st Model of the Winchester Model 1876 in caliber 45-75. Rifle has a 27.25" round barrel, all original sights, dust cover, the action is tight and the rifle has a wonderful plum patina. Circa 1878, serial #6851. Estimate $5,000-7,000 304. Firearm: Winchester Model 1894 in 30 caliber WCF with a 25.25" octagonal barrel. Circa 1917, serial #809091. Estimate $500 to 600

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Lot #308

Lot #311 Lot #312

Lot #315 Lot #313

308. Firearm: Winchester Model 70 Standard Grade in Caliber 30-06 with a 23.25" barrel. Circa 1938, serial # 16769. A good shooter. Estimate $400 to 600 309. Lithograph: Litho titled "Marsdens American Field Sports" depicting 2 hunting dogs in a field while a hunter fills his black powder shotgun. 18" by 24" sight, matted and framed behind glass. Cut down with a 1.25" tear from top center edge descending into top of image. Estimate $150 to 200 310. Oil on canvas: Frank Gaylord signed oil on canvas of a stag in a pond. Signed lower right "Frank Gaylor 43". 17.5" by 19.25" sight. Appears to be original frame, some ripples in the canvas. Estimate $100 to 150 311. Statue: Carved mahogany statue of a tiger with a gold lettered sticker "Cowan, Chicago" on its base. Tiger measures 21" at its longest by 8" wide by 8" at its tallest. Estimate $400 to 500 312. Display Case: Mahogany veneered "Remington" counter top Ammunition display case. In wonderful condition. Case measures 14" tall, 15" wide, 11" deep at base and 5.5" deep at the top. Estimate $200 to 300 313. Decoy: Early 20th century hand carved solid wood Canada Goose working decoy. 30 percent of the original paint remains, damage to beak and body is splitting deeply down the center of its back. Nice form, measuring approximately 21" long by 10" wide by 15" tall. Estimate $200 to 300 314. Trout carving: Early 20th century hand painted and carved wooden and wall mountable rainbow trout. Paint has probably been retouched. 14" wide by 7" tall. Estimate $200 to 250 315. Firearm: Winchester Model 12 Take Down Rifle with 3" chamber, full choke duck model. Barrel length 28.75". Circa 1953, serial #1334852. Estimate $400 to 600

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Lot #316

Lot #317

Lot #318

Lot #319

316. Firearm: Winchester Model 70, standard grade, .22 Hornet with a 23.25" long barrel. Circa 1948, serial #85243. Estimate $1,000 to 1,200 317. Firearm: Winchester Model 54, 30 WCF with Noske scope in custom Stith mount and with a period leather cheek piece, 19.25" barrel length. Serial # 31808A. Estimate $1,000 to 1,200 318. Firearm: Winchester Model 1894, in caliber 30 WCF. Rifle has a 21.25" long half octagonal and half round barrel. Circa 1897, serial #88720. Estimate $600 to 800 319. Firearm: Remington 12ga side by side shotgun with double hammers, double triggers, fine bores and 28" barrels. Serial #230323. Estimate $300 to 500 320. Firearm: Winchester Model 94 Saddlering Carbine in caliber 30 WCF with scabbard. Barrel length is 19.25". Serial #102144, circa 1897. Estimate $200 to $300

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Lot #321

Lot #322

Lot #323

321. Firearm: Early and rare Stevens Model .22-.410 rifle/shotgun. As new with slight wear to bluing at end of the barrel. No serial number, made in Chicopee Falls, Mass. Barrels measure 24" long. Estimate $300 to 400 322. Firearm: Savage Model 24B .22 Win.Mag - .410 rifle/shotgun. Made in Westfield Mass and has no serial number. Barrel length 24" and in as new condition with slight wear to blueing and a rub mark on stock and on the fore grip. Estimate $200 to 300 323. Firearm: Remington model 24, take down rifle in caliber .22 L.R. only. Barrel length is 16.25", serial #92208. Estimate $150 to $250 324. Firearm: Remington Model 12-A pump action, .22 short, long, or long rifle. 21.5" barrel, well used with crack in plastic buttstock. Estimate $150 to 200

Lot #326

325. Cigarette Box: Leather-covered cedar wood lined cigarette box with a tile inset in the lid depicting a fishing scene by M. C. Wheeler. 7.5" wide by 5.25" deep by 2.25" high. Estimate $50 to 100 326. Minnow Trap: Antique "C.F. Orvis Makers Manchester Vermont" glass minnow trap, with 4 vintage hand painted wooden bobbers inside. In excellent condition. 13" long by 6" diameter. Estimate $200 to 300 327. Decoy: Canvas covered working Canada Goose Decoy. 24" long. Estimate $100 to 200

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Lot #329

Lot #328

Lot #338 Lot #332

328. Winchester Advertising: "Winchester" branded advertising gun display rack with deer hoof hangers. 30" wide. Estimate $150 to 250 329. Reel: Large "Pflueger SAL-TROUT" salt water reel marked "No 1558, made in Akron O USA." In fine working condition, 5.5" diameter. Estimate $100 to 150 330. Vintage and Antique Lures: Lot of vintage and antique lures including "Tuttles Devil Bug Mouse" in original box, wooden "C.C. B. Co., Pikie" lure, a "Red Arbogast Jitterbug" (plastic), a wood "Dipsy Doodle, Woods Lures" in original box, a wooden "Flat Fish #4" in original box and more. Lot also includes a "Champion Calls Goose" call in original box. Estimate $50 to 100 331. Folding Lantern: Unique Antique metal folding lantern with mica panes (missing one) marked "The Stonebridge Folding Lantern, Pat'd Nov 20 1906 June 9, 1908 C.N. Stonebridge MfG' Co. N.Y.C. Made in USA," 4.75" wide by 10" tall. Estimate $50 to 75 332. Watercolor: Watercolor on pale blue artists paper board (unframed) of a Grady White sport fish boat, signed lower right "Beaumont." Label on reverse reads "Originals by Beaumont, Stewart, Florida." 19" by 14.5". Estimate $150 to 250 333. Knives: Lot 5 knives in sheaths: A) 4.25" blade "Western" with staghorn handle; B) "KINFOLKS, INC" with a stacked leather handle and a 4 7/8" blade; C) "Marbles, Pat'd 1915" with staghorn handle and 4.5" blade; D) "Case" with staghorn handle, and 4 1/8" blade; E) G-C. Co. Solingen" knife with "Original Bowie Knife" stamped into its blade, brass guard, stacked leather handle and a 5" blade. Leather Sheath marked "Edge Brand, Germany". Estimate $150 to 200 334. Knife: A "970 Puma ­ Game-Warden" with a 3.75" blade. As new and in original cardboard box with green plastic lid. Estimate $100 to 150 335. Knife: A "Bowen Knife Co." staghorn handled knife with a 4" blade and original sheath, both virtually as new in original textured paper board box. Estimate $100 to 150 336. Knives: Lot of 4 "Remington, UMC" knives with their matching "Remington UMC" and "Remington DuPont" leather sheaths. A) RH29, 5.25" blade with Bakelite handle; B) RH75 with a 4 and 3/8" blade and a staghorn handle; C) RH 50 with a 4.25" blade and a stacked leather handle; D) RH28 with a 4.5" blade and a Bakelite handle. Estimate $175 to 225 337. Knives: Lot of 4 knives with their leather sheaths: A) highly polished handmade knife with off-white synthetic handle and the initials "JAT" impressed at base of 4" blade; B) "Schrade U.S.A. 13OT, Old Timer" knife with a textured composite handle and a 3.37" blade; C) "Schrade U.S.A. 156OT, Old Timer" knife with a textured composite handle and a 2.75" blade; D) Staghorn handled LL Bean knife with "L.L. Bean Limited Edition" on blade of doubled bladed folding knife. Estimate $100 to 125 338. Taxidermy: Vintage taxidermy fox mounted on textured pine base. Very good condition except for damage to one ear and slight splitting near eyes. 31" overall length. Estimate $150 to 200

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Lot #344

Lot #343

Lot #345

344. Shore Bird: Carved wooden shore bird attributed to William King, circa 1950 and posed on a wooden stand. Bird measures 10" long. Estimate $250 to 400 345. Decoys: Pair of Redhead duck decoys. A) 14" long with chipping and wear to paint; B) 16" long and scraped down to white. Estimate $200 to 300 346. Miniature Decoys: Lot of 3 modern miniature decoys all signed on the bottom: A) "C.W. Waterfield, Wood Duck 1/06" under base; B) "Pintail Wil Gosselin 1121" under base; C) "Herb Daisey Jr. Chriscotengae, Va., Red Head Drake." Estimate $100 to 150 347. Decoys: Pair of Green-winged Teal, modern decoys embossed and signed on bottom "Holger G. Smith, Fairhaven Rd., Mallapoisett, Mass. 1973." One is 11" long by 6" tall and the other is 10.25" long by 5.75" tall. Estimate $150 to 200 348. Statue: Bronze patinated white metal statue of a gentleman hunter shouldering his double barrel shotgun. "P. Rigool" (?) on base and the number "15" impressed on base. Estimate $200 to 250

Lot #348

339. Taxidermy: Vintage pair of taxidermy pheasants in 2 different poses. Longest is 31" overall. Estimate $75 to 100 340. Pack Sled: LL Bean Collapsible Bentwood pack sled with LL Bean label. Estimate $50 to 100 341. Taxidermy: Lesser Kudo rack mounted on a shield shaped wall hanger. Horn length is 38.5". Estimate $100 to 150 342. Canoe: 19 foot "Grumman" aluminum square stern canoe with a 4.5 HP Johnson Sea Horse outboard. Estimate $400 to 800 343. Advertising: Large felt "Peters DuPont Ammunition" advertising banner measuring 79" wide by 39" tall. Estimate $300 to 400

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354. Advertising: Lot of 4 "Firestone" advertising/promotional ashtrays shaped to look like miniature rubber tires. Includes: A) three marked "Gum Dipped, Deluxe Champion, Tubeless;" B) "Super Sports, Wide Oval". All tires are 6.25" diameter. Estimate $50 to 100 355. Advertising: "Firestone" rubber tractor tire advertising /promotional ashtray marked "Tractor, All Traction Field and Road F151, Shock Fortified, Gum Dipped." 6" diameter. Estimate $25 t0 50 356. Advertising: "Firestone" rubber tire advertising/promotional ashtray marked "Transport 110, Tubeless," 6.25" diameter. Estimate $20 to 40 357. Advertising: "Good Year Tire" rubber tire advertising/promotional ashtray marked "Nylon, Hi-Miler Cross-Rib, 3-T". Ashtray bottom is reverse painted "Good Year, Smiths's Tire Service, Inc. Hudson, New York, Phone 8-3351." Tire measures 6.5" diameter. Estimate $20 to 40 358. Broadside: Turn of the century framed advertising broadside for "Thomas H. Chubb, post Mills Village, Vermont. USA, Largest Fishing Rod Factory in the World." 12" high by 9" wide. Estimate $100 to 150 349. Stith Mounts: Lot of 4 period "Install-It-Yourself" Stith mounts all in original boxes. A) For "Win. M70-M54, REM. M721-M722, Q.E.D. Mount, Weaver K4 Scope;" B) Two boxes both For "Winchester M-70, Q.E.D. Mount Weaver K2.5 Scope;" C) For "Winchester M-70, Noske 4X". Estimate $100 to 125. 350. Stith Mounts: Lot of 5 period "Install-It-Yourself" Stith mounts all in original boxes. A) For "Winchester M-70, Q.E.D Mount, Lyman all Weather;" B) For "Winchester M-70, Q.E.D Mount, Weaver K2.5 scope;" C) For "Winchester M-70, Weaver 440 Scope;" D) For "Win. M70-M54, REM. M721-M722, Q.E.D. Mount, Weaver K6 Scope;" E) For "Winchester M-70, Q.E.D Mount, Weaver K4 Scope. Estimate $125 to 150 351. Stith Mounts: Lot of 5 period "Install-It-Yourself" Stith mounts all in original boxes. A) 2 boxes of "Winchester M-70, Q.E.D Mount, Lyman all Weather;" B) 2 boxes of For "Win. M70-M54, REM. M721-M722, Q.E.D. Mount". One with Weaver K4 Scope and the other K6; C) for "Winchester M-70, Weaver 330 Scope. Estimate $125 to 150 352. Stith Mounts: Lot of 4 period "Install-It-Yourself" Stith mounts all in original boxes. A) For "Winchester M-70, Q.E.D Mount, Lyman all Weather;" B) For "Winchester M-75 Weaver 29-S;" C) For "Winchester M-70, Q.E.D. Mount, Weaver K4;" D) For "Win. M70-M54, REM. M721-M722, Q.E.D. Mount, Weaver K4 Scope." Estimate $100 to 125 353. Trophy: "Weber Life Like Fly Company, Stevens Point Wisconsin Field and Stream, 1922 Fishing Contest" trophy "For the Largest Brown Trout, Size 26 3/8," weight 8lbs 7 ozs, Awarded to Harry T. McNeill." Trophy measures 14" high and is a gold patinated white metal. Estimate $100 to 150 359. Antique Puzzle: Old framed puzzle marked "H. L. Hintermester ©B. D. 1934" of a hunter camping and shooting at deer that enter his campsite. 11.5" long by 15.5" wide, under glass. A few of the puzzle pieces with slight damage. Estimate $50 to 100 360. Lasso & Bullwhip: A) old cowboy's lasso; B) vintage 16' long foot bullwhip. Estimate $100 to 150 361. Super Grade Accessories: Winchester Model 70 Super Grade 1.25" sling swivels, bases and mounting screws. As new condition. Estimate $100 to 150 362. Super Grade Accessories: Winchester Model 70 Super Grade 1" sling swivels, bases and mounting screws. As new condition. Estimate $100 to 150 363. Super Grade Accessories: Winchester Model 70 Super Grade 1" sling swivels, bases and mounting screws. As new condition. Estimate $100 to 150 364. Super Grade Accessories: 2 pairs of Winchester Model 54 Super Grade 1" sling swivels. Estimate $75 to 100 365. Super Grade Accessories: Winchester Model 70 Super Grade 1" sling swivels, mounts and mounting screws. Estimate $100 to 150 366. Vintage Boots: Vintage pair of hand made leather or horse hide work boots with stacked leather heels. A label on the inside of one boot reads "Original Chippewa Shoes, Chippewa Shoe Co, Chippewa Falls WIS." Boots are in very good, little used condition. Sole bottoms measure 12" from heel to toe. Estimate $100 to 150

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367. Firearm: Double hammer Drilling by "H.H. Freund, Suhl". Left hand barrel is a 16 ga while the right hand barrel is marked 118/35. Stock has split in 3 places and a large piece of the stock opposite the cheek rest has broken off and been reblued. Barrels are 27.5" long. Estimate $100 to 150 368. Firearm: Triple barrel hammerless Drilling by "Nimrod Gewehr Fabrik." This drilling is a double barrel 16 ga shot gun with a 8.5mm rifled barrel below. The butt-stock has an engraved lid that covers a 4 place 8.5mm shell storage space. The 26.75" barrels have been re-blued. This drilling is nicely engraved and has engraved scope mounts but no scope. Serial #35530 Estimate $300 to $400 369. Firearm: Percussion cap musket marked "P.S. Justise, Philad.A" in rough condition. 34.75" barrel. Estimate $100 to 200 370. Rod: 4-piece "Montague-Manitou" fine split bamboo light trout rod. 8'6" long, two tips, one is repaired below the 3rd eyelet from the very tip of the rod, otherwise rod is in very good condition. Fly rod comes with its original slipcase and storage tube. A previous owner's name is scratched onto the reel seat "Frank Merrill, East Lee." Estimate $200 to 300

371. Rod: 4-piece "Union Hardware Co, Torrington Ct" bamboo fly rod. Rod measures 8'10" long and has two tips. One tip is 1" shorter than the other. Three eyelets have been rewrapped on the center section and the shorter rod tip has had the tip cut and rewrapped. This rod has been used and repaired. Rod comes with a slip case and a storage tube. Estimate $75 to 125 372. Rod: 4-piece "Union Hardware Co" Bamboo fly rod. Rod measures 9'5" long and has two tips. Rod appears to have seen very little use and is in very good to excellent condition except for the very end of the handle which has a few scratches on it and is missing its butt cap. Rod comes with a slipcase and a storage tube. Estimate $100 to 200 373. Rod: 4 piece bamboo fly rod with the name "Union" written in script on its lower shaft. Rod has two tips and measures 9'6" long. Rod appears to have been used very little and is in very good to excellent condition, but does have two places where its wrapping is unraveling. Rod comes with a slipcase and storage tube. Estimate $150 to 250 374. Rod: 4-piece unmarked South Bend Bait Company bamboo fly rod. Rod appears to be virtually unused and is in excellent condition. Rod measures 8'7" long and comes with its original slipcase and a storage tube. Estimate $75 to 100

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375. Orvis Fishing Vest filled with Accessories: Virtually asnew condition, "Orvis" XXL Fly fisherman's nylon vest with all accessories, including two "books" of flies, Orvis reels, forceps, hook, sinkers, line and a nice laminated mahogany wood trout net. Estimate $150 to 200 376. Cowboy hats: two "Stetson" lightly used off white cowboy hats A) "Marlboro" in size 7 long oval and; B) "Resistor, Beaver, Self Conforming" in size 6. Estimate $75 to 125 377. Hat: Vintage park ranger style hat with a "State of New York Conservation Department Licensced Guide, #729" brass badge. Badge measures 1.5" wide. Estimate $100 to 150 378. Hat: A "John B. Stetson, No.1 Quality" park ranger's hat with a leather hatband that reads "California 1922" and has impressed decorations depicting a walking grizzly bear. Owner's name written on inside of hat "F. C. Rockwood." Estimate $100 to 150 379. Firearm: "Harington and Richardson Arms Company" 12 ga. Single-shot shotgun with a 30.25" spun barrel. Last patent date on receiver reads "Pat. May 14, 1901". Estimate $150 to 250 380. Firearm: Nickel plated 10 ga. Double barrel percussion cap shotgun with 30" long spun barrels. Made by "W.W. Greener St. Mary's Works Birmingham". Serial #10864. Estimate $150 to 250

381. Firearm: Sears & Roebuck Co. "Ted Williams" edition .22 caliber short, long or long rifle single shot, lever style action rifle. Estimate $50 to 125 382. Prints: Lot of 3 Philip R. Goodwin color prints. One is matted and framed behind glass and the other 2 are framed and behind glass (one with a 2" to 5" high water stain all along its top edge). Estimate $150 to 250 383. Prints: Lot of 4 color prints of paintings by Philip R. Goodwin: A) "Blazing the Trail" © 1911 by Brown and Bigelow, cut down and with an 8" tear into image but in an oak frame and behind glass; B) "The Call of the Moose" © 1910 by R. Chapman Co. NY. Edge of mat water stained. Framed, behind glass; C) two rangers in a canoe with a mother grizzly and two cubs, oak framed and behind glass. 2.5" tear bottom right; D) A hunter shooting a Grizzly from behind a tree while his two hunting dogs are distracting the bear. Framed behind glass. Estimate $250 to 300 384. Lures: Lot of 8 Spoon-Type Lures: A) one chrome-plated copper "Sur-Katch, Golden Wobbler;" B) one copper "Northern Specialty Co #1;" C) one "Al's Goldfish" in brass; D) one nickelplated brass "Del-Rey Wobbler;" E) three mother-of-pearl spoons; F) a plan brass spoon. Estimate $50 to 100 385 Carving: Carved Miniature of a Shoveller signed on its base in ink "Shoveller by (?) R. Kohler, Abercrombie & Fitch." Carving measures 2.75"H x 3.75"L. Estimate $300 to 400

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