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Revised: 9/18/2015 

Please Note: This item is Antique not Modern, as such it is not subject to being registered via ATF.


SN 107965. 12 Ga. 30″ “Legia” pattern Damascus bbls. Choked: MOD/MOD. Flat, matted, and tapered rib with single bead, third bite extension, ejectors and double triggers. Maker’s name and address are on the bbls. Receiver is beautifully engraved with about 70% coverage, extremely fine foliate arabesque patterns with the maker’s name in a ribbon on each side. Floorplate has a wonderful vignette of a swan and mallard, which is where the name of this gun comes from. Wood is streaky marble cake French walnut with full checkered splinter forearm and semi-pistol grip stock with raised spear point checkered side panels and extensive checkering over the wrist and is 14-1/2″ over a Larry Del Grego solid red pad. There is a silver oval initial plate on the bottom. This exact shotgun is pictured on pp. 160/61 in Remington Dbl Shotguns, Semmer. Weight: 7 lbs. 9.7 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of B.E. “Andy” Anderson. CONDITION: Very fine plus. Bbls retain 90-95% orig light brown Damascus patterns with light muzzle edge wear, a thin area over the forearm and a couple of minor nicks and dings. Receiver and floorplate retain 60-65% faded case colors, strong in the sheltered areas, with the balance turning silver. Wood is sound with the forearm showing moderate wear and some dark oil staining toward the rear end and a couple of chips from the edges of the bbl channels. Stock has some minor chipping around the receiver and back of the top tang with usual handling and use marks and retains most of fine professionally restored finish. Mechanics are fine. Bright shiny bores with a few scattered spots of pitting. 49531-78 JSL114 C&R (7,500-12,500) – Lot 1372

Auction: Firearms - October 2015
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