August 11, 12, & 13, 2020 Field & Range Firearms
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 8/11/2020
Lot consists of: (A) Austrian Wanzl Trapdoor conversion. Blued barrel and receiver with back action lock, rifle sights and sling swivels. Wood stock with 3 bands and iron hardware. CONDITION: Overall poor with metal parts pitting. Wrong muzzle band with action missing firing pin. Bore is poor. (B) Miller Conversion of a 1861 Springfield. In-the-white round barrel with blade front sight and leaf rear sight. Cartridge conversion patented by William and George Miller of Meriden, Connecticut and altered by Meriden Manufacturing Company between 1865 and 1867. Lock dated 1863 and marked "Parkers Snow & Co. Meriden, Connecticut". Walnut wood stock with iron furniture and steel ramrod. CONDITION: Overall good with metal surfaces turning a brown patina. Wood has dry appearance with heavy usage marks. Good bore and mechanics. (C) British Enfield-Snider Calvary carbine with Snider conversion. Blued carbine length round rifled barrel with blade front sight and flip rear sight. Snider cartridge conversion with Enfield marked lock dated 1870. Walnut carbine stock with brass hardware and steel saddle ring at back of trigger guard. Regimental markings on top of buttplate. CONDITION: Overall well used condition with metal turning to a silvery patina. Wood shows hard use with some plastic wood repairs. Shootable bore and good mechanics. DLM
Barrel Length
(A) 34" (B) 30 - 1/8" (C) 19 - 1/4"
(A) 14mm RF (B) .58RF (C) .577 Snider
Drop at Comb
Drop at Heel
FFL Status
Length of Pull
(A) Austrian (B) Parker Snow (C) Enfield
(A) 1868 (B) 1863 Miller Conversion (C) 1870 Snider
Serial Number
Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $400.00
Final prices include buyers premium: $1,320.00
Estimate: $800 - $1,200
Number Bids: 17
Auction closed on Thursday, August 13, 2020.
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