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    Cased P. Beretta Model 687EL Over and Under Shotgun.
    Serial no. L31064B, 28 gauge (2 ¾-inches), 26 1/4-inch barrels with flat matte vent rib and single bead. Blued barrels, trigger guard and top lever; coin finish receiver engraved with game scenes with foliate scroll borders, accented in gold. Gold trigger. Ejectors. Checkered walnut pistol-grip stock and fore-end with factory rubber recoil pad. Blank oval escutcheon inlayed on underside of butt. Shotgun sold with the original Beretta combination locking plastic case with compartments for the disassembled shotgun and a few additional chokes.
    The Alan Gornick Jr. Collection.

    Condition: Excellent. Appears little used. Excellent mechanical condition and with bright bores.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2015
    13th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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