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$5600

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Charles Daly Prussian Diamond Grade with Wonderful Damascus Barrels
Left-handed Guns
12 gauge
4046
3615
This is an outstanding Diamond Grade Daly. Check out the beautiful Damascus and engraving. These are what are considered BEST QUALITY boxlocks. Every piece internally is hand fitted and polished like a mirror.

*Note that this Diamond grade has excellent dimensions for many and will make a great shooting gun for its next owner.

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Box lock ejector

Yes
Damascus
30"
2 5/8"


2 5/8"

.018 Mod
.018 Mod


.027
.028
14 3/8" (13 3/8" of wood before pad)

1 5/8"
2 1/8"
0


7 lbs. 2 1/2 oz.
No
 
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$3800

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Winchester Model 21 ~ haven't you always wanted one of these? ~
Left-handed Guns
12 gauge
4261
1387
This gun is tight and field ready. Well, Da! It’s a Model 21! These stout guns were designed and made to last. The IC choke in the left and the cylinder in the right is a great combination for upland birds. It is what I use. It might be great for steel shot also.

When I was in college at WSU and about 20 years old I lusted for one of these which I found in a gunsmiths shop in Pullman Washington. It was about $2000, about six semesters tuition then but a guy could dream. My tastes have changed since then but if your heart yearns for the classic American double gun here is a chance to own one for not much more than I would have had to pay in 1978.

Many in my world have since heard me joke about the best use for a Model 21 being for a boat anchor, or an extra paddle if you lose one... ...but in all seriousness I do respect these guns as I cannot deny they are well made and will digest almost any of the ammunition that can be found on the hardware store shelf. Something I admit many of our English guns cannot do.

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Box lock ejector

Yes
Steel
28"
2 3/4"

2 3/4"

.010 IC
Cyl.


.032
.032
14" to horn butt plate (13 1/8"original wood)

1 5/8"
2 5/8"
0


7 lbs. 3.5 oz.
Yes
 
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$2600

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Parker PH ~ Great Original Damascus and over all condition
Left-handed Guns
12 gauge
4196
175554
This PH grade has stunning Damascus pattern. the barrels have excellent wall thickness with very nice bores. We dated this Parker to 1916. For a Parker of this vintage this gun has excellent stock dimensions without the excessive drop characteristic of this period.
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Boxlock

No
Damascus
30"
2-1/2"


2 5/8"

.037 extra full
.024 full


.032
.032
14 1/4" to nicely engraved horn butt (14" original wood)

1 1/2"
2 5/8"

1/8"

7 lbs. 4oz.
Yes
 
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$2200

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Parker 12g. G grade with great dimensions for a Parker!
Left-handed Guns
12 gauge
3662
124944
Built in 1904 this Parker would be a great gun to shoot for most as it has very good dimensions, at least for a Parker of this vintage. Typically guns from this period have 3" of drop at heel or more.

The extra full chokes would make this great for turkey hunting or allows one for only $70.00 per barrel open the chokes to any desired amount.

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Box lock

No
Damascus
30"
2 3/4"

2 3/4"

.042 extra full
.038 extra full


.034
.034
14 1/2"

1 9/16"
2 9/16"
0


7 lbs. 11.5 oz.
Yes
 
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$2200

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L.C. Smith 2E with factory letter documenting original 32" barrels!
Left-handed Guns
12 gauge
4318
200251
The factory letter indicates this vintage Smith was finished January 29 1903. I was really interested to see the cost of this gun then, over $115! In 1903 this was a very large amount of money. Adjusting for inflation this would be over $3500 dollars today. A properly dressed gentleman in 1903 would have spent between $7 and $16 on his suit, $1 on each of his dress shirts, around $7 on his topcoat and 48 cents for a fine felt hat.

I really appreciate the 32" full choked barrels. What fun it would be to shoot a big tom turkey for Christmas with this!

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Sidelock

Yes
Steel
32"


3"

.037 extra full
.035 extra full


.044
.045
14 1/8" (13 1/8" stock before pad)

1 7/8"
3 1/16"
0


9 lbs. 2 oz.
Yes
 
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$2100

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L.C. Smith Field grade with 90%+ case color and blue
Left-handed Guns
12 gauge
4320
R73063
This gun is stunning in its full restoration (Turnbull?) that I know cost more than what we are asking for this gun. The case colors are stunning! A truly beautiful Smith that is tight as a drum and basically like new.
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Sidelock

No
Steel
30"
2 3/4"

2 3/4"

.047 Extra Full
.042 extra full


.029
.024
14"

1 9/16"
2 5/8"
0
0

7 lbs. 10.5 oz.
Yes
 
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$2000

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L.C. Smith Grade 3-E with 30" full and full barrels
Left-handed Guns
12 gauge
4321
202343
I have always liked the engraving on the grade III guns. This gun has not seen any restoration but has sound barrels and wood. There is a slight fuzz of light pitting in the bores on very close inspection but overall still bright and shiny.

Made ~ 1904.

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Sidelock

Yes
Steel
30"


2 3/4"

.035 extra full
.035 extra full


.026
.033
14 1/4" (13 " original wood)

1 1/2"
2 1/2"
0
0

7 lbs. 14 1/2 oz.
Yes
 
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$1400

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Charles Boswell with a high stock probably set up for live pigeon shooting
Left-handed Guns
12 gauge
4164
2255
This gun has excellent wall thickness and is tight on face. The stock is quite straight for rising birds but could be bent down some if needed. The bores are bright with only some very light pitting in places.

Charles Boswell was well known for their hammer live pigeon guns.

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top lever bar action with rebounding hammers

No
Damascus
30"
2-1/2"

2 1/2"

Cyl.
Cyl.


.028
.026
14 3/8"

1 1/4"
1 11/16
0


7 lbs. 0 oz.
No
 
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$2000

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L.C. Smith Field Grade 16g. with near 80% case colors and 90% blue!
Left-handed Guns
16 gauge
4319
Fw191567
For those of us that have a soft spot for what was for many of us grandfathers favorite shotgun the L.C. Smith 16g. is a classic. This example is from about 1941 and is in wonderful condition.

I shoot 16g. for my bird hunting needs exclusively and I use chokes almost identical to this gun and find them perfect for live birds.

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Sidelock

No
Steel
28"
2 3/4"

2 3/4"

.020 Mod to light full
.005 Skeet


.034
.034
14 1/8"(13 7/8" wood to butt plate)

1 1/2"
2 1/2"
0
0

6 lbs. 11.5 oz.
Yes
 
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$9900

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James Purdey & Sons 20g. with exceptional and breathtaking engraving!
Left-handed Guns
20 gauge
4163
13880
The outstanding thing about this little gun is the extraordinary engraved fences and scroll engraving. This is exceedingly beautiful and extremely rare on a Purdey. According to Purdey records the gun was completed August 15th 1891 for a H.R. Magniac. Our research shows he was a Captain in the Boer war between 1899 and 1902. Records show he was wounded.

This shotgun started life as a 450 BPE Double rifle and was converted to a shotgun via sleeving at some unknown time in England. *Note the sleeving letters on both left and right barrels. With a new blacking job we can have this removed. It would be wonderful (while obviously not necessary) for the next owner to have an extra set of double rifle barrels made for this work of gun art. Purdey estimates around 40K pounds for this service. This sounds like a lot but then again you would have a Purdey double rifle in your chosen caliber for around 60K$.

This would make a great Sporting clays or Vintager competition gun. Being proofed for 2 3/4" it would easily digest many of the American retailed shells. Also unusual about this gun is it is a hammerless gun with a Jones underlever but still features the Beasley patent and Purdey flagship a true self opening mechanism.

I was excited to learn something new about the English gun trade from the Purdey records on this gun. The record says "Scroll detonating" which according to Purdey's indicates the deep chisel fences and possibly was not done by the engraver but by the finisher. Fascinating!

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Sidelock

No
Sleeved
26"
2 3/4"

2 3/4"

.026 full
.015 Mod


.041
.038
14 7/8" to metal butt plate

1 5/8"
2 1/2"
0


6 lbs. 13.5 oz.
No





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