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D.M. Lefever 7D 12 Gauge Side By Side

D.M. Lefever 7D 12 Gauge Side By Side

Daniel Myron Lefever was one of America’s most inventive gunmakers. Born in upstate New York in 1835, he was apprenticed to a gunmaker in 1848 and opened his first gunshop in 1857. Over the next two decades, he formed partnerships with a number men — Ellis, Dangerfield, Barber & Nichols — and built a wide range of muzzle- and breech-loading firearms.

In 1878, DM created his first successful model of a hammerless side-by-side shotgun and a year later he struck out on his own to build it. This model would be tweaked and refined until around 1884 when it was replaced by the Lefever Arms Co. shotgun most people think of as the “True Lefever”.

D.M. Lefever 7D 12 Gauge Side By Side

D.M. Lefever 7D 12 Gauge Side By Side

In 1901, DM left Lefever Arms Co and started DM Lefever & Sons in Syracuse, NY. This company built D.M. Lefever’s new “Cross-Bolt” shotguns. The 12 gauge 7D you see here is one of those doubles.

Cross-Bolt Lefevers are sort of “True Lefever” hybrids. They use a similar hook to cock the locks. And like True Lefevers, they also use a grooved rib extension to lock to down the barrels. To this rib extension, DM  added a Greener-style cross bolt. He then modified the internal lockwork so that it’s somewhat similar to an Anson & Deeley-style boxlock and did away with the sideplates see on his earlier designs.

D.M. Lefever 7D 12 Gauge Side By Side: DOM 1902.  Nice Original Condition. Engraved And Case Colored. Rare, Vintage American Firearm from Syracuse, NY. Price: $2,995

D.M. Lefever 7D 12 Gauge Side By Side

D.M. Lefever 7D 12 Gauge Side By Side

SPECIFICATIONS

  • MAKE: D.M. LEFEVER
  • MODEL: 7D
  • DATE OF MANUFACTURE: 1902
  • 12 GAUGE
  • 32″ SIDE BY SIDE BARRELS
  • EXTRA BEAVERTAIL FOREND
  • CHOKED MODIFIED AND IMPROVED
  • BOXLOCK,  CROSS BOLT
  • KRUPP FLUID STEEL

    D.M. Lefever 7D 12 Gauge Side By Side

    D.M. Lefever 7D 12 Gauge Side By Side

  • HAWKINS RECOIL PAD
  • LOP: FRONT=14″, REAR=13″
  • OVERALL LENGTH: 48″
  • WEIGHT: 7lbs 11ozs
  • ALL PIECES HAVE MATCHING SERIAL NUMBER
DEFOURNEY BEST SIDELOCK EJECTOR SXS 12 GAUGE

DEFOURNEY BEST SIDELOCK EJECTOR SXS 12 GAUGE

DEFOURNEY BEST SIDELOCK EJECTOR SXS 12 GAUGE: 27″ FULL AND FULL 2 3/4 DOUBLE TRIGGER EJECTOR SPLINTER FOREARM ENGLISH GRIP EXCELLENT CONDITION 7LBS 3 OZ X 2 1/2 X 1 9/16 X 14 1/8. Price: $7,500

WC SCOTT MODEL 67 CIRCULAR HAMMERS – FINE SCROLL AND GAME SCENE ENGRAVING – ORIGINAL CONDITION SINCE 1884Here is a WC Scott 12 gauge – Model 67 with elegant cicular hammers. Completely original condition.  Made in 1884. Elegant fine scroll and resting swan in water scene engraving. WC Scott patent lever forend latch. Double undebite. Rebounding hammers. Case colors. Strong damascus pattern. Bores as original – both barrels measure .730 with 30/1000 choke. Barrel length is 28″. Chambers measure just slighly less than 2 3/4″. Tight on face. Stock dimensions: LOP – 14 3/8″, Drop at Comb – 1 7/8″, Drop at Heel – 3 1/2″. Price: $3,400

WC SCOTT MODEL 67 CIRCULAR HAMMERS - FINE SCROLL AND GAME SCENE ENGRAVING - ORIGINAL CONDITION SINCE 1884

WC SCOTT MODEL 67 CIRCULAR HAMMERS – FINE SCROLL AND GAME SCENE ENGRAVING – ORIGINAL CONDITION SINCE 1884

Rizzini - Aurum Classic - 20ga - 3" - 29-1/8" - Factory Chokes

Rizzini – Aurum Classic – 20ga – 3″ – 29-1/8″ – Factory Chokes

Rizzini – Aurum Classic – 20ga – 3″ – 29-1/8″ – Factory Chokes: Round Knob Pistol Grip, LOP 14-3/4″, Drop 1-1/2″ to 2-3/8″, Weight 6 lbs. 3 oz. Excellent Plus Condition – Metal is about 99% As New. Fired very little – lever is well over to right. Wood shows some handling marks from use in the field. Includes: Box, Papers, Six Chokes, Choke Wrench. Price: $2,350

J.P. SAUER & SOHN SUHL GERMANY.  12 GA DOUBLE: AUTO EJECTORS  DOUBLE TRIGGER. LOP 14 1/8″ DAH 1 1/4″ DAH 1 1/2″ WEIGHT 6 LBS  7OZ BARREL LENGTH 28 1/4″ CHOKES RIGHT BARREL MODIFIED LEFT BARREL FULL. SERIAL NUMBERS ALL MATCHING ((400401)) CHAMBER LENGTH MARKED 2 3/4″ FACTORY BARREL BLUE 90%, BUTT STOCK FACTORY SAUER PLATE FINISH VERY GOOD,NO CRACKS OR SPLITS, FOREARM EXCELLENT NO CRACKS OR SPLITS, GREENER CROSS BOLT  SCALPPED RECEIVER.  BORES EXCELLENT FREE ON DENTS AND NO PITTING.  BARRELS TIGHT TO FACE. HAS FACTORY LEATHER COVERED CASE WITH COMPARTMENTS((INTERIOR HAS BEEN REDONE ). Price: $1,795

J.P. SAUER & SOHN SUHL GERMANY.  12 GA DOUBLE

J.P. SAUER & SOHN SUHL GERMANY. 12 GA DOUBLE

BRUNO CASTELLANI (RETAILER) GARDONE, ITALY 410 O/U

BRUNO CASTELLANI (RETAILER) GARDONE, ITALY 410 O/U

BRUNO CASTELLANI (RETAILER) GARDONE, ITALY 410 O/USerial # 109xx, circa mid 1980’s.  Absolutely excellent ++, extractor, TL, O/U 410 with 27″ barrels, choked Full & Mod, 3″ chambers, machined vent rib, weighing 5.5 lbs and retaining 99+ blue. Double trigger, cross-bolt, side plated boxlock, border engraved with “Bruno Castellani” on the left, and “Gardone, Italy” on the right sideplates in banners.  Castellani was a retailer in Gardone during the 1980’s.  The entire receiver & sideplates covered in 100% casecolors and protective varnish.  Excellent, finely and extensively checkered european walnut with 1/2 PG, 1 1/2″ & 2 1/2″ drop, 14 3/8″ LOP over solid black pad and neutral cast. Price: $1395

Merkel 16 Gauge 200E O/U Shotgun

Merkel 16 Gauge 200E O/U Shotgun

If you’re looking for a nice O/U, here’s a 16 gauge German double that deserves your attention. This Merkel was made in 1951, and even though it’s 60+ years old, it looks pretty much new. These older Merkel over-unders are solid and incredibly well made. Even though they look a little beefy, they are surprisingly nimble shotguns.

This one weighs just over 6lbs — lighter than a lot of modern 20s — and with 28″ barrels, double triggers, and high dimensions, it would be perfect for upland hunting.

I think Merkel introduced their 200-line of O/U shotguns right after WW2.  The 200s were built on triggerplate-style, Blitz actions and used double Kersten locks (with no underbolt) to lock up. The E in 200E stands for Ejectors. Even though the 200 were one of the least expensive O/Us Merkel offered, they were still pricey. Comparable models offered in the ’20s cost as much as a new 12g A.H. Fox XE. Personally, I think the Merkels were the better shotgun.

Merkel 16 Gauge 200E O/U Shotgun

Merkel 16 Gauge 200E O/U Shotgun

Merkel 16 Gauge 200E O/U Shotgun: Circa. 4/51 Proof Date. Overall in Excellent Condition.
Both blue and case color remain at 98-99%. Bores are in perfect condition. Chokes at Mod and Full with a weight at 6 lbs. 3.3 oz. make this an easy to carry pheasant gun with the performance to take care of the task.

Merkel 16 Gauge 200E O/U Shotgun

Merkel 16 Gauge 200E O/U Shotgun

Gauge: 16 gauge

Barrels: 28″ w/orig. 2 3/4″ Chambers & Solid Rib

Chokes: Mod & Full

Action: Merkel-Kersten Lock

Stock: European Walnut

Merkel 16 Gauge 200E O/U Shotgun

Merkel 16 Gauge 200E O/U Shotgun

Butt: Packmayr Pad with Leather Face

LOP: 14 1/2 to hinged front trigger

Weight: 6 lbs. 3.3 oz.

Stock Dimensions: 1 3/8 x 2 3/8 x 14 1/2 with 3/16 cast off

Rare 20 gauge A. H. Fox He Grade Superfox Double Ejectorgun Shipped To E.C. Crossman

Rare 20 gauge A. H. Fox He Grade Superfox Double Ejectorgun Shipped To E.C. Crossman

Here are two tough-to find American doubles coming to auction. They’re both A.H. Fox HE SxS, one in 12 gauge and one in 20 gauge. Both are coming up this weekend at Amoskeag Auctions March sale.

Fox made about 300 of these HE-grade Super Fox side-by-side shotguns — just sixty in 20 gauge and the rest in 12. All of them were heavy, overbored doubles made for wildfowling with Western Cartridge’s new-at-the-time Super-X ammo.

Lot # 85: Rare A. H. Fox He Grade Superfox Double Ejectorgun Shipped To E.C. Crossman. Serial #202292, 20 Ga. (2 3/4”), 32” Chromox barrels choked full and full with bright excellent bores showing just some faint remnants of light pitting in a couple spots with a tiny dent in the right tube near the muzzles which was professionally raised. The barrels retain about 90% original blue, the loss due to overall light fading, actually appearing much stronger undernormal ambient light. The frame is lovely and retains 75-80% original color case-hardening which is quite vivid, the belly of frame toning to a silvery case-hardened patina; it features light fancy borderline engraving with little floral sprays around the pins and screw holes.

Rare 20 gauge A. H. Fox He Grade Superfox Double Ejectorgun Shipped To E.C. Crossman

Rare 20 gauge A. H. Fox He Grade Superfox Double Ejectorgun Shipped To E.C. Crossman

The gun is stocked half-pistolgrip in a nice grade of walnut, the stock rating very good plus to near excellent with much original varnish and only minor dings and handling marks from the years. It is fitted with a more contemporary Hawkins recoil pad, added to the contour of the butt, the original pad having deteriorated with the years, the length of pull is 14 7/16” with drops of 1 1/2” and 2 7/8”; the forend is a bit darker and rates very good plus as well showing a thin sliver of bedding compound at its junction with the forend iron. The gun locks up Fox-tight with the top lever still right of center, the gun seems to operate well mechanically and the ejectors are robust; the safety is non-automatic. The included factory letter confirms the configuration and shows shipment to none other than E.C. Crossman on August 14, 1925 “for Phill Crosman” (sic). Savage historian John T. Callahan took the liberty of including copies of the original build card and job tag for the shotgun. The build card, under the “For” heading reads “E.C. Crossman”, the rear of the card showing pellet count for left and right barrels. The job tag reads on front and back: “Test Gun and send to Phill Crosman” and “Mr. Roll This Gun shoots 79% in 5 shots out of Right bbl 79 1/2% out of 5 shots in Left bbl B.Becker”, obviously from the renowned Burt Becker to Adolph Roll, Fox Sales Manager. With only sixty 20 ga. Super Fox shotguns ever made, this is a really rare and lovely Super Fox in its own right, all-the-more desireable with the connection to the famous Crossman clan. Truly a super – Super Fox. Estimate: $8000 – $10000.

12 gauge A. H. Fox He Grade Super Fox Boxlock Double Ejectorgun.

12 gauge A. H. Fox He Grade Super Fox Boxlock Double Ejectorgun.

Lot # 386: A. H. Fox He Grade Super Fox Boxlock Double Ejectorgun: Serial #29562, 12 Ga. (3”), 30” barrels choked full and full with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 98% excellent quality restored blue finish with some light muzzle wear and a remnant or two of light pitting beneath. The frame is lovely retaining 99% restored vibrant color case-hardening with the familiar light H-grade borderline engraving and makers name; the triggerguard shows excellent blue as well. The round knob pistolgrip buttstock rates excellent as professionally refinished with evidence of a repaired crack at left and right of top tang; it seems to have been effective and the stock seems sound and will not flex. The splinter forend is in a similar state of condition and both show perfectly chased checkering.

12 gauge A. H. Fox He Grade Super Fox Boxlock Double Ejectorgun.

12 gauge A. H. Fox He Grade Super Fox Boxlock Double Ejectorgun.

The length of pull to the grooved hard rubber buttplate is 14 1/8” with drops of 1 5/8” and 3” (although the factory letter indicates 2 3/4”, the stock appears original in all respects). The safety is non-automatic and two of the screws show some light slot damage…they are not quite regulated and clearly someone with an incorrect width blade attempted to turn them. The gun locks up tightly with the top lever still right of center and the gun seems to operate properly mechanically. The included factory letter verifies the configuration and shows shipment in September of 1925 to W. R. Burkhard Co. (St. Paul Minn.). Really an excellent as-restored Super Fox that should be taken back afield for some waterfowl bustin in the fall seasons. Estimate: $2500 – $4000

Gary Lester, Alabama Hosts U.S. Championship for Pointing Dogs

Gary Lester, Alabama Hosts U.S. Championship for Pointing Dogs

This video features the U.S. Championship for Pointing Dogs was held at Alabama’s M. Barnett Lawley Forever Wild Field Trial Area on December 1-6, 2012. Even though it ‘s from a few years ago, it’s worth watching if you want to learn more about how field trails are put together are run. There’s some nice dog work in it, too.

Parker (Winchester Reproduction) Model DHE Two-Barrel Hunting Set

Parker (Winchester Reproduction) Model DHE Two-Barrel Hunting Set

Here’s a fair price on one of the hardest-to-find Parker Repros: a 20g DHE, 26″ & 28″ set, with a straight grip and double triggers.

In 1984, America’s most famous double-barrel shotguns was reborn as the Parker Reproduction by Winchester. Built in Japan until 1989, these side-by-sides were offered for sale until around 1997. Since then, they’ve gained a following and their prices have risen steadily.

Parker (Winchester Reproduction) Model DHE Two-Barrel Hunting Set

Parker (Winchester Reproduction) Model DHE Two-Barrel Hunting Set

Parker (Winchester Reproduction) Model DHE Two-Barrel Hunting Set

Price: $5,999.99

Caliber:20 gauge

Chambers:3″ chambers

Metal Condition:Color cased-hardened receiver is excellent, barrel sets are excellent

Wood Condition:Wood is very good+

Bore Condition:Bore is excellent

Barrels:26″ barrel set; 28″ barrel set

Triggers:Double triggers

Stock:AA American walnut straight grip stock with fine cut two-panel checkering

Parker (Winchester Reproduction) Model DHE Two-Barrel Hunting Set

Parker (Winchester Reproduction) Model DHE Two-Barrel Hunting Set

Stock Dimensions:13 3/8″ LOP to rear trigger, 14 3/8″ LOP to front trigger; 2 1/4″ DAH; 1 7/8″ DAC (center); 1 1/2″ DAC (front)

Fore End:Walnut splinter fore end with fancy fine cut single-panel checkering

Butt Pad:Niedner skeleton butt plate with fine cut checkered butt

Weight:6 pounds 10 ounces

Sights:Solid, concave, matted, tapered rib

Chokes:Fixed choke; 26″ improved cylinder, modified: 28″ modified, full

Browning Citori Superlight 16ga. with 26" invector choked barrel

Browning Citori Superlight 16ga. with 26″ invector choked barrel

Sixteen-gauge over unders are not easy shotguns to find, especially ones in nearly-new, all original condition. That’s why this Browning Citori caught my eye. It’s a well made gun in great shape, and it’s in the greatest gauge ever made.

I like sixteens. Because they tend to be smaller than twelves but bigger than twenties, they fit me well and they’re lightweight without being too light. And the one ounce of lead they through is plenty for all the birds I shoot.

The Browning Citori was first introduced to the American public in 1973. It was made in Japan by Miroku. You can read  more about the history of the Browning-Miroku relationship here.

Browning Citori Superlight 16ga: with 26″ invector choked barrel. English stock and Schnable forend, 6.7 lbs.limited production.100% new in box.add 3% for credit cards. Shipping is 25.00 . Price: $1,700

Browning Citori Superlight 16ga. with 26" invector choked barrel

Browning Citori Superlight 16ga. with 26″ invector choked barrel

Browning Citori Superlight 16ga. with 26" invector choked barrel

Browning Citori Superlight 16ga. with 26″ invector choked barrel

Browning Citori Superlight 16ga. with 26" invector choked barrel

Browning Citori Superlight 16ga. with 26″ invector choked barrel

4X CH TEKOA MOUNTAIN JETTSUN

4X CH TEKOA MOUNTAIN JETTSUN

Tom Davis is a great writer, and always check out anything I come across from him. This piece from the Sporting Classics Daily blog is a good example of why he’s worth reading. It’s short, and in very few word Davis touches hits on why we fall in love with bird dogs. Do yourself a favor and click through to read the entire piece.

Dad Saw Himself in Setters by Tom Davis now

“I picked him up at the condo he’d rented on the Lake Michigan beachfront. It was more like March than May, a raw wind blowing off the lake, scudding clouds that spat occasional volleys of needle-sharp rain. He wanted to see my dogs run.

“Jesus, Dad,” I said, scowling at his low-cut tennis shoes. “We’re going to be in woodcock cover. Where the hell are your boots?…”

Read all of Dad Saw Himself in Setters by Tom Davis now

J. Purdey & Sons – Featherweight – 12 ga –  Price: $22,500

J. Purdey & Sons - Featherweight - 12 ga

J. Purdey & Sons – Featherweight – 12 ga

Action: Sidelock
Ejectors: Yes
Trigger: Double
Grip: Straight Grip
Forend: Checkered
Lop: 14 3/4 ”
Pad thickness: 1.25 ”
Type of butt: Leather Covered Pad
Drop comb: 1 1/2 ”
Drop heel: 2 ”
Cast amount: 3/8 ”
Cast: OFF
Weight: 5 lbs, 12 oz

J. Purdey & Sons - Featherweight - 12 ga

J. Purdey & Sons – Featherweight – 12 ga

Manufactured in: England
Manufacture Year: 1936

Finish: Case Colored
Overall condition: Very Good
Stock condition: Very Good
Metal condition: Very Good
Stock: Original finish
Metal: Original finish

Barrel info:
Gauge: 12 ga
Chamber: 2 1/2 ”
Length: 28 ”
Chokes: Full Mod
Rib type: Concave

SCARCE CLAMSHELL EJECTOR 32-40 WIN, Heym

SCARCE CLAMSHELL EJECTOR 32-40 WIN, Heym

SCARCE CLAMSHELL EJECTOR 32-40 WIN: Serial # 11xx, circa 1927.  An excellent and unusual, bouquet and scroll engraved clamshell double rifle in a scarce chambering.  Scalloped boxlock ejt with cocking indicators, cheekpiece, RN PG, fine checkering, horn FE tip and swivels with 14″LOP.  It remains tight on face and in excellent condition throughout.  Load developed by Ken Owen with the signed test target included stating “Heym 32-40 Clamshell action double / 50 yds / 28 grs. 3031 / 170 gr. Speer flatnose bullet / (signed) Ken Owen / 2-28-13″. Price: $11,500

BERETTA – 426E – SxS – 12ga – 28″ – – SST – Raised Solid Rib – Ejectors: M / F (.022 / .044), Raised Solid Rib, Single Selective Trigger, Ejectors, Hand Engraved,LOP 14-3/8″, Drop 1-3/8″ to 2-1/4″,  Weight 6 lbs. 8 oz. Excellent Plus Condition. A 98% gun with a few tiny handling marks on the wood – not through the finish. Price: $2,250

BERETTA - 426E - SxS - 12ga - 28" - - SST - Raised Solid Rib - Ejectors

BERETTA – 426E – SxS – 12ga – 28″ – – SST – Raised Solid Rib – Ejectors

Beretta 686 Onyx 20 GA:  Chambers:3″ Metal Condition:Excellent Wood Condition:Excellent Bore Condition:Excellent Barrels:28″ Triggers:4.5 Lbs Stock:Checkered, pistol grip Stock Dimensions:14.25″ Fore End:Checkered Butt Pad:Decelerator Sights:Vented rib, front metal bead Chokes:interchangeable Extras:Box, Extra chokes. Price: $1,649.99

Beretta 686 Onyx 20 GA

Beretta 686 Onyx 20 GA

Durs Egg, Gunmaker. Trade label from a pair of cased flintlock duelers. Pic by Tortuga Trading Inc.

Durs Egg, Gunmaker. Trade label from a pair of cased flintlock duelers. Pic by Tortuga Trading Inc.

I used to think the over-under was a pretty modern shotgun design. But the truth is, people have been making -stacked-barreled doubles for almost as long as they’ve been building side-by-sides. The flintlock Tatham & Egg O/U you see is a good example of what these old examples looked like.

Egg was Durs Egg, a Swiss-born craftsman who emigrated to London and became one of Great Britain’s most famous lock and gun makers. His locks were the best of the best and he made guns for the Prince of Wales, H.M. George IV and the Duke of York.

Tatham was Henry Tatham. Gun maker and Sword cutler to the king. Together, T & E traded as Tatham and Egg, Gun-Makers and Sword-Cutlers to His Majesty. It looks like Tathan & Egg used the services of silversmith Moses Brent to build this gun, and it’s interesting to see Brent’s hallmarks on the silver portions of this gun, like the triggerguard and the buttplate.

Henry Tatham, gunmaker, sword cutler to the King

Henry Tatham, gunmaker, sword cutler to the King

Even though this O/U is a smoothbore, I’m not so sure it was made to shoot feathered game. The bayonet makes me think it was more for deer or even wild bore. Whatever it was for, the client who ordered it sure had a lot of $$$. The listing says the gun carries the marking used by some British Dukes. it would be interesting to verify.

Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

  • Over / under flintlock
  • Stalking shotgun
  • 32″ barrels
  • This gun was assembled and made by 3 separate makers to the King of England
  • It is embellished throughout with fine engraving and gold and sterling silver mounts
  • The 3 makers to the King are: silversmith – Moses Brent, Cutler – Tatham, gun maker – Egg
  • Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Top and bottom of both barrels is inlaid in a gold rectangle “Tatham & Egg”

  • Inlaid barrel band as well as flash holes
  • Barrel transitions from octagon to round at approximately half way with beading and filigree with sterling silver front sight
  • 14″ sliding bayonet with full fuller blood groove is affixed to stock forend on right side with delicate stepping base and deploys with the push of a engraved horned button
  • Flintlock action has engraved pan, hammers, and parts with brilliant cased color hardening
  • Lock springs are beautiful nitre blue
  • Both hammers have delicately engraved stalking safetys as well as border engraving and coats of arms behind safetys (coat of arms appears to have weapons, shields, banners, flags, and flask)
  • Upper rear tang has integral rear sight that is profusely engraved
  • Behind upper tang is a monogram that appears to be engraved “EG” or “EC” with a possibly Griffin
    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    as family crest

  • This gun was made for a royal family and the griffin head normally depicts the title of Duke
  • Bottom of action tang is border and rope engraved
  • Double trigger with sterling silver ornate trigger guard and British proofs and Moses Brent, engraved with heavy sterling silver a sunburst, rope border, one hound dog howling and another laying down
  • There are 4 forend sterling silver ovals that are engraved
  • The patchbox is profusely engraved with floral patterns and leaves, border engraved with large scene depicting a bedded red stag and doe with flowers, tree and fence
  • All silver has MB stamp
  • Decorative sterling silver buttplate with large upper tang that is profusely engraved
  • Stock and forend are deluxe fiddle back with full checkered wrist and shaddowline cheek piece
  • Made approx. 1802
    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

    Tatham & Egg O/U Flintlock Shotgun w/ Sliding Bayonet * Makers Registered To The King Of England

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