Another nice 20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond side by side…

20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond Quality Shotgun
20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond Quality Shotgun

Here’s some eye candy for you: it’s a 20 gauge  Lindner made, Charles Daly Regent Diamond Quality Shotgun.

Charles Daly was a businessman, not a gunmaker. Born in 1839, he partnered with August Shoverling around 1875 to import shotguns into the United States. These side-by-sides were marketed under Charles Daly’s name, and up to about WW2, they were some of the finest double-barrel shotguns for sale in the US.

20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond Quality Shotgun
20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond Quality Shotgun

Regent Diamond Quality shotguns were highest grade side-by-sides that Lindner made for Charles Daly (go to this post to compare it to a regular Diamond).

Just check out how beautifully sculpted the action, fences and toplever on this one are. Even though the gold is a bit over the top, it’s well tastefully executed so that it helps make this a real elegant little gun.

20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond Quality Shotgun
20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond Quality Shotgun
20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond Quality Shotgun
20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond Quality Shotgun
20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond Quality Shotgun
20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond Quality Shotgun
20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond Quality Shotgun
20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond Quality Shotgun
20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond Quality Shotgun
20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond Quality Shotgun
20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond Quality Shotgun
20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond Quality Shotgun

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3 thoughts on “Another nice 20 gauge Charles Daly Regent Diamond side by side…

  1. You will look a long time to find a higher quality boxlock. That gun is Exh. A for the term “best” boxlock. Stunning!

  2. I don’t have $30k+, and if I did, I wouldn’t have it long! What a beauty. Thanks for letting us savor the fruits of your searches for such great works of art and shotgunning! I do appreciate your site. Please keep it coming.

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