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Engraved Belgian Pinfire Revolver

Another unbelievable piece of history, manufactured sometime between 1870 and 1890.  This is one of the most beautiful, intricate, works of art I have come across in many years, from the deep relief engraving to the magnificent Elephant tusk ivory accessories and grips.  Bore is approximately .290 caliber, not that I would recommend firing this revolver but mechanically functions as it should and would likely make a good shooter.  Finish is 90% plus, as would be expected from a cased firearm.  The wood case is a little weak on the bottom but in general it is in very good condition.  Recommended for the seasoned collector.  Antique status.

$2895

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Winchester Model 1894 30-30

This is a high condition collector grade standard rifle in 30-30.  Sporting a round barrel and an excellent bright shiny bore with strong sharp rifling.  Metal finish is original blue, with the barrel and mag retaining 95% plus blue, right side receiver at least a solid 85% and the left side a scratchy generous 80% plus.  Most of the wear appears to be from handling and is concentrated on the top and bottom of the receiver, overall I would   rate this rifle conservatively as 85%.  Wood finish and condition is factory original with some kill grooves cut in the bottom of the rear stock near the tang, overall solid with no cracks or chips.  It retains the original sights front and rear.  This would make a great rifle addition to any Winchester collection, it is as mentioned above a standard rifle, but every collection needs at least one basic gun.  Date of manufacture is 1921.

$2800 Can.

Root Revolver 2nd Model

Cased second model Colt Root revolver .28 caliber manufactured in 1856.  Revolver has 80 percent finish with burled walnut grips.  It is in an original case with original accessories, including an extremely fine powder flask and a very nice .28 caliber bullet mold.  The correct minty tin cap box is also included.  Mechanics on this firearm work perfectly, timing and lock-up is spot on.  This is an overall brilliant piece and would make a great addition to any experienced collection.  Definitely for the seasoned collector.

$6295Can. 

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North American Arms Colt 1911 Serial #444 

This is a very rare example of an excellent original North American Arms Company Limited, Model 1911, that was produced in Quebec Canada. In early 1918, the U.S. Government issued a contract for 500,000 Model 1911 pistols to the North American Arms Co., of Quebec Canada. Having no actual factory to produce these 1911s, the North American Arms Company leased the entire Ross Rifle plant, along with their employees. Due to the ending of World War I in November, 1918, no M1911 pistols were ever officially accepted by the U.S. Government. It is understood that approximately 100 pistols, serial numbered 1-100 were produced, along with 5 pistols known to have been prototypes/presentation, these prototypes were serial numbered in triple digits, 111-222-333-444-555.  Serial number 444 can be seen on the rear of the slide, the trigger, the lower left rear corner of the frame under the left grip and on the barrel.  The magazine is not correct for the pistol as it should have a two tone mag.  It also has a wide spur hammer, similar to the Colt production models, the spur on  this pistol is checkered. All my research indicates that these pistols were marked in 3 separate locations, not 4 as shown on this example, likely due to the fact that it was one of the prototype pistols, that could explain the checkered hammer spur as well. The grip panels are the standard checkered walnut versions. This could be one of the rarest COLT 1911 ever produced. $65,000 Canadian


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Winchester "Big 50" 50-110- Express SOLD

This is a very rare,  special order, Winchester, in 50 Express, this rifle sports a round barrel with a button magazine.  The bore has strong rifling but shows areas of black powder corrosion.  The rest of the rifle is basically grey, with the case coloured receiver showing very little of the silver finish left from the case hardening.  The wood is very good, showing some shrinkage near the butt plate but overall extremely nice.  The rifle functions as it should and should make a great shooter should you decide to shoot it.  You do not find these very often (especially in Canada), making this a rifle for the experienced collector.  


$11,900 Can. SOLD

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Winchester Model 1886 45-70 Govt.

This is a very early rifle, serial number brings it in at 1888, third year of production.  The bore on this rifle is in near mint condition, bright and shiny with nice sharp rifling, showing only very mild blackpowder freckling in the grooves.  I shot a deer with this rifle and trust me when I tell you it is extremely accurate and effective.  There is no case colour left on the receiver and only spotty colour on the barrel and mag (what's there is probably the remains of an old blue job).  The wood is well preserved, again the finish is likely an old revarnish. ​

$3295 Can.

W.W. Greener, 12 bore, cased 2 barrel set SOLD

This shotgun combination is quite rare, most of these two barrel sets have been split up many many years ago, this one has survived in its original case since being manufactured in 1896 and serial numbers matching gun and both barrels.  The specific measurements of each barrel is listed on a separate sheet in the pictures, if you have any other questions you can inquire.  Bores are bright and shiny, with both barrel sets completely restored, one set Damascus and the other fluid steal.  Gun functions as expected, the english walnut is solid with no apparent repairs.  Overall a beautiful piece, right for the seasoned collector/shooter.

​$3850  SOLD

Soper Rifle with Set Trigger
W. P. Soper manufactured in London, Ontario, or Canada West at the time.  This is a nice half stock rifle of approximately 44 caliber, with German silver inlays, trigger guard, butt plate, thimbles etc. The lock and hammers are engraved with in a period style.  Lock is engraved C. Baker, who, research indicates was a lock maker in the United States, at the time.  There is a period repair in the wrist, the upper tang appears to have a crack on either side of a screw hole, not sure if it is all the way through, upper tang also has holes for a tang sight and an extra hole for an old repair.  Mechanically this rifle functions as it should.  Overall this is a very nice example from a known Canadian maker.             $1750.00


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Winchester 1894 32 sp. SOLD

This is an exceptional piece, a special order rifle in a take down configuration.  This rifle was manufactured in 1901 which was the first year that the 32 special was offered in a Winchester rifle.  This rifle sports beautiful wood front and back with no chips or cracks, lots of figure in the walnut.  Full octagon barrel with full magazine is by far the most sought after combination.  The original metal finish is 80 % blue with thinning areas in the carry position and edges, there is also some loss at the top of the receiver on the loading side.  It has a mint bore, mirror shiny with sharp rifling, it doesn't t get much better.  Case colour is still visible on the lever and hammer, as well the fire blue on the loading gate is very much intact. The tension spring on the correct 32 special windage sight is missing. This is a piece for the experienced collector.  Call for more details.

$ 3600 SOLD

A. Allen Glasgow 12 Bore

Gun is in very nice condition, has excellent shiny bores, is tight on face, beautiful nicely figured solid wood with no cracks, there is one chip on bottom of butt stock.  Mechanically it functions as it should.  It is a nice handling gun.

Case is in poor condition.

min barrel wall @ 9 inches left muzzle .320

min barrel wall @ 9 inches right muzzle .330

min barrel wall @ 9 inches left cham .700

min barrel wall @ 9 inches right cham .650
min bore @ 6 inches muzzle left .715 cham .712

min bore @ 6 inches muzzle right .712 cham .712

left barrel choke full, right barrel choke light modified

length of pull 14.5, drop at comb 2.5

$1850​ Can. OBO

Winchester 1895
This is a nice old 1895, there is no finish left on this old hunter at all, it is completely grey. However, don't let appearances fool you, mechanically she is sound and functions as she is intended, the bore is dark and frost but has strong rifling and I have no doubt about it hitting the intended target accurately. The wood appears to be of a higher grade (at least the rear stock) and shows some very nice figure, it has some extra sling swivel holes and lots of bumps and bruises. As well the rear sight is not Winchester original. Chambered in 30-40 Krag or 30 U.S., it will make an excellent hunter or entry level collector piece.

$695 Can.

Upper Canada Colt SOLD 

​Extremely rare Upper Canada Colt.  This revolver is one of 556 Colts belonging to forces in Upper Canada.  It retains an amazing amount of original blue and Case Colours for the age and use of this pistol.  I have seen a number of these guns and most of them were in very poor condition.  There were 556 Upper Canada Colts made and 255 Lower Canada Colts made.  This Colt is from G Troop which was based in Napanee, Ontario.  This troop had a total of 55 revolvers issued.  This pistol functions as it should, with lock up and timing is crisp and sharp, it sports a beautiful bore and the grips as you can see are in excellent condition.   A wonderful and rare piece of Canadian history.

$9895 Can. SOLD