204. Unmarked British Boxlock Double Ejectorgun

Click on images for enlarged versions.

serial #1342, 12 ga., 30'' barrels choked a light improved cylinder and a tight improved modified with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 97% somewhat fading original blue with toning to plum, a bit of muzzle wear and wear in the area above the forend, also with sparsely scattered light handling marks. The boxlock frame retains about 97% vivid color case-hardening with excellent quality tight flowing scroll in near full coverage, the fences with a neatly chiseled foliate decoration. There are game scene vignettes of hunting dogs left and right with gamebirds on the belly plate and bow of guard, the plate, triggerguard and top lever showing much original blue. The checkered round knob English walnut buttstock rates fine with much original varnish and the expected overall light dings and handling marks that come from a field-used arm. It features dropper points at the rear of the stock cheeks and lovely engraved heel and toe plates. The splinter style forend is similar and shows nice rounded accents at the iron with a push-button forend release. The length of pull to the checkered butt is 14 3/8 with drops of 1 1/2'' and 2 3/4''. The gun features automatic safety, double triggers and ejectors with tight lockup, the barrels being on-face and the top lever just slightly right of center. The gun has 2 3/4'' chambers and is Nitro proved for 1 1/4 ounce loads. Included with the arm is an unmarked leather luggage case with brass corners and green baize interior with some cleaning implements, rating very good overall. Really a very good-quality, strangely unmarked, British double ejectorgun. (38997-4) {C&R} (2000/3000) Sold For 4600.00

Do you have a similar item that you'd like to consign? Click HERE to fill out a form!