Auction alert: a .410 L.C. Smith, 12 Parker DHE, 28g Ithaca & more

Montrose Auctions in Montrose, GA, has a handful of nice shotguns coming up tomorrow, Saturday, 12/14,  @ 10:00 AM Eastern. Here are a few that caught my eye:

AYA 12g SxS Shotgun
AYA 12g SxS Shotgun

AYA SxS shotgun 12ga: Serial # 392041 Made in Spain for Sears Roebuck and Co. Excellent overall condition, LOP 14 5/8. 27 1/2″ bbls.

Crescent Quail SxS shotgun .410:  Serial # 14766 Very good overall condition, with bright case coloring remaining on receiver, with extractor. LOP 14 1/4. 26″ bbls.

Cresent Quail SxS shotgun .410
Crescent Quail SxS shotgun .410
16 gauge A.H. Fox Sterlingworth SxS Shotgun
16 gauge A.H. Fox Sterlingworth SxS Shotgun

AH Fox Sterlingworth SxS shotgun 16ga: Serial # 367017 Very good overall condition with vivid case coloring remaining in protected areas, slightly thinning blue to barrels, crisp tight action, with extractor, LOP 14 1/8 to Pad.

Ithaca 1 1/2 Grade SxS shotgun 28ga: Serial # 265223 Factory letter confirms configuration, Ordered on June 15, 1915 and shipped on October 26th, 1915, excellent overall condition, 24″ bbls, confirmed in Walt Snyder letter.

Ithaca 1 1/2 Grade SxS shotgun 28ga
Ithaca 1 1/2 Grade SxS shotgun 28ga
LC Smith Field SxS shotgun .410
LC Smith Field SxS shotgun .410

LC Smith Field SxS shotgun .410: Serial # S55994 Very good to excellent condition, showing limited use, much of case coloring remains on side plates, with extractor, double trigger, LOP 14 1/8. 26″ bbls.

Parker Bros DHE SxS shotgun 12ga: Serial # 211797, 26″ bbls

Parker Bros DHE SxS shotgun 12ga: Serial # 211797
Parker Bros DHE SxS shotgun 12ga: Serial # 211797

Also, Carol Watson’s Orange Coast Auctions has these two nice shell cases  coming up in their Saturday, December 14, 2013:

Two Pre-War English Leather Over Wood Shotgun Shell Cases
Two Pre-War English Leather Over Wood Shotgun Shell Cases

Two Pre-War English Leather Over Wood Shotgun Shell Cases: One marked ”Abercrombie & Fitch, New York, Made in England”, with the initials ”E.A.B.III”; the second is similar with a label-maker tag marked ”E.A. Bryant”. Both are in very good condition showing some field use, both with replacement handles. Brass bound corners with scuffs and toning. Ammo included. Estimate: $200-$400

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