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    Boxed Browning Superposed Group G "C" Series Exhibition Grade D4G Engraved Boxlock Over and Under Shotgun.
    Serial no. C220 [upper tang, accented in gilt], 12 gauge [2 3/4-inch], 26 3/8-inch barrels with ventilated rib and white front bead sight. Blued finish. Extensive scroll and game scene engraving to coin finished receiver. Grande Luxe "Heidelberg" D4G engraving, signed by Georges Marechal for the scroll engraving and Richard Kowalski for the game scenes. Automatic ejectors. Finely checkered walnut pistolgrip stock and Schnabel fore-end. Chokes: 0.038 / 0.042 (Full / Full). Pull: 14 1/4-inch. Weight: 7 pounds, 1 ounce. Contained in factory box with literature.
    The Alan Gornick Jr. Collection.

    Condition: Excellent. Overall showing very light handling wear, few minor scuffs. Few tiny dings to wood. Action good. Bright bores. Noticeable tape and storage wear to box.

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    December, 2016
    11th Sunday
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