CORDIER AUCTIONS TO SELL INSCRIBED 1894 WINCHESTER, CIVIL WAR CHEVRON AND EDGED WEAPON COLLECTION IN Cordier Auctions will hold their Summer Firearms and Militaria Auction in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on July 28. Highlights of the sale include a name inscribed 1894 Winchester from the Gold Rush era.
Starr Arms Co. Model 1863 revolver and a Colt New Army revolver. A Remington Number 3 (Smoot Patent) revolver is being offered with an estimate of $400 to $600 while a Remington & Sons New Model Police revolver sports an estimate of $800 to $1,000. Long guns include a Charleville Model 1763 musket and a M.T. Wickham US Model 1816 musket, both estimated at $800 to $1,000. A J. Fleeger (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania) Kentucky rifle estimated at $600 to $1,000 will be offered as will a percussion cane, two European cane guns and a Champion BB-gun (estimate $800 to $1,000).
Modern firearms in the sale will include a selection of military guns, sporting guns and collectibles. Of note are several commemoratives. One is a Colt 1976 US Bicentennial Set in a three drawer presentation case carrying an estimate of $2,000 to $2,500. It features a Python in .357 Magnum, a single action Army in .45 long Colt and a black powder dragoon in .44 caliber. Another item is a Colorado Centennial Super Single Six revolver by Ruger. This revolver is also in a presentation case and carries an estimate of $350 to $450. Another highlight is a Colt Kit Carson New Frontier revolver in .22 caliber with display case estimated at $500 to $600. Among other lots of modern firearms to be offered will be two Colt AR-15 rifles and a Colt Super 38 Automatic pistol from the first full year of production (estimate $2,000 to $3,000).
Military collectibles will include a World War II A-2 leather jacket from the 90th Bombardment Group (also known as The Jolly Rogers) with an estimate of $600 to $1,000 and a pair of SARD Mark-43 6x42mm Navy binoculars estimated at $400 to $600. World War II German militaria will be well represented with banners, armbands, insignia, helmets and propaganda slides. Art, prints, and other items will also be offered. The sale will conclude with a wide selection of non-cataloged military and sporting equipment.
A full online catalog of the auction is available by visiting www.CordierAuction.com. Questions can be directed to Cordier Auctions & Appraisals at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 717-731-8662.