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    French Double Barrel Percussion Shotgun, South American Bell Stirrups, and Spurs. Comprising: 1) St. Etienne Made Double Barrel Percussion Shotgun. Serial No. B1978, approximately 16 to 12 gauge, 28-inch barrel with matte rib and single bead. Blued barrels and case-hardened receiver and locks. Receiver with modest foliate engraving. Double triggers. Checkered walnut stock and fore-end. 12½-inch length of pull. Factory installed sling mounts. 2) South American Bell Stirrups. Cast nickel with floral designs and a bow, quiver and arrow vignette on each side. 3) Pair of Brass Spurs. Classic western design with ten-pointed rowel.
    Condition: 1) Very good. Retaining 65-75% thin finish with traces of the casehardening. Metal with scratches and scuffs. Stock moderately worn with light scratches and dings. Mechanically crisp. Bores dirty but would clean to bright. 2) Very good. 3) Good. One spur lacking the rowel.

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    Apr-May, 2012
    30th-1st Monday-Tuesday
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