June 25-28, 2018 Firearms
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 6/25/2018
A tremendous grouping of highly desirable Thompson parts which includes the following Thompson Cases: one Police Case (original), one FBI Case(reproduction), one FBI case with cleaning rod (reproduction), one Police Case (reproduction), and three FBI cases-long (reproductions). Lot also includes the following "L" Drums: one Colt First Model, New York Address "L" drum serial number 1016; two fine condition United Specialties, Bridgeport Address "L" drums; one United Specialties, Bridgeport Address "L" drum with dent and broken spring; and one World War II Universal Stamping, New York Address "L" drum. The following 20 Round Magazines: one First Generation "MSCO"-Marked Type "XX" box magazine, by the Mitchell Stamping Company, two Third Design "Special Shot", Marked "FOR 18 SHOT CARTRIDGES", seven Fifth Wartime-Contract "USCO", and 12 Repeat Patent Date. Also included are the following 30 Round Magazines: one First Crosby Co., one Second Crosby Co., four Third Crosby Co., one Seymour Punctuation (Park), nine Third Seymour Punctuation (Park), one Fourth Seymour (Park), four Second Seymour No Punctuation, eight Third Seymour Production, five Fourth Seymour, two Seymour (Black Park Barely Readable), one Seymour (Black Paint Barely Readable), one Blank (Grey Paint), one Second Auto-Ordnance Left Facing (Park), two Sparks-Withington Left Facing, one Sparks Withington Left Facing (Park), and one Sparks-Withington Left Facing (Black Park). Also includes the following Lower Internals: one Colt bolt with extractor (but no hammer, hammer pin, firing pin, or firing pin spring), three Savage in the white bolts complete, three Savage in the white bolts stripped, one with extractor, three Colt blish locks, one AOC blish lock, one Savage blish lock, one unknown blish lock, five 1921 Buffer/pilots complete, six 1921 Buffers with no pilot but with red buffer discs, four Lyman rear sights (World War II vintage; two in box and one in a cosmoline wrap and one loose with rivets), two Peters shot shell boxes full with 50 cartridges, four nickel oilers, four Military oilers (one stripped), two 1921 Springs (probable Colt), six 1921 Springs (replacement), four 1928 Springs, one Colt 1921 front sights, two World War II front sights with pins, four WH front sight pins, one buttstock latch (unknown manufacturer), one buttstock plate (unknown manufacturer), one front grip mount (unknown manufacturer), four buttstock to buttstock latch screws (unknown manufacturer), four front horizontal grip mount screws (unknown manufacturer), one large rear buttplate screws (unknown manufacturer), three large WH buttplate screws, three small rear buttplate screws (unknown manufacturer) flat head, three small sling swivel screws (unknown manufacturer) rounded head, one barrel (unknown manufacturer) without sight and compensator cross drilled, two internal oilers, one Colt complete set lower internals with trigger and spring. Trigger is blued, rest of parts are in the white, one pair of internals wrapped in tape, four Colt pivot plates, three pivot plates with "X" on the back side, three Colt magazine latches with springs, one sling swivel, five Colt safety levers, one Colt fire control pivot, one Colt safety lever refinished in park, one safety lever flat no knurl, no hole, with a "P" on it, one Savage safety lever, four miscellaneous lower internal springs, three Hammers with pins (one square S and two WH), two frame latches with springs (WH), one frame latch with spring (unknown manufacturer), one in the white firing pin with spring (unknown manufacturer), two blued firing pins, two loose red fiber discs for 21, four buffer disks for 1928, eight Colt ejectors, two Savage flat ejectors, two 1921 early actuators with cove and flat front for square actuator slot, one 1921 actuator (unknown maker), three Stevens extractors, one Savage extractor, one "L" marked extractor, two Colt unmarked extractors. Also includes the following wood: two vertical foregrips (does not look like Colt), one Military rear stock with cross bolt, and one horizontal foregrip (does not look like Colt). Includes the following canvas: one marked "R.M. Co. 1942" under flap. All parts are in good, serviceable condition and some are extremely fine. Photographs will indicate condition of various parts. Inquire for details on specific parts as needed.
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Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $2,500.00
Final prices include buyers premium: $9,600.00
Estimate: $5,000 - $10,000
Number Bids: 8
Auction closed on Thursday, June 28, 2018.
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