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    Scarce Winchester Model 1891 No. 5 .38-55 Caliber Reloading Tool Together with Single-Cavity Bullet Mold. Comprising the scarce Winchester Model 1891 No. 5 .38-55 caliber bullet mold with threaded chamber. Top arm marked: Manufactured By The/Winchester, Repeating Arms Co./New Haven, Conn. U.S.A./Pat. March 17, '91. On to top of chamber, the legend reads: "Keep The Die Clean"/.38-55. Sold together with a single-cavity block bullet mold, marked on side of block: Manufactured By The/Winchester Rep. Arms Co./New Haven Conn.U.S.A. Blued finish. Wooden handles.
    Condition: 1) Very good. Metal with grey patina and scattered wear overall. Traces of blue in protected areas. 2) Excellent. Retaining approximately 90-95% finish with scattered light wear present.


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    Auction Dates
    September, 2011
    18th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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