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  1. C. P. Shipley Double Mounted Spurs Marked C. P. Shipley, Kansas City, MO.
    Item#:
    21361320  
    Category:
    Firearms & Military Artifacts Auctions in Kansas
    Current Bid:
    $550.00
    Description:
    C. P. Shipley Double Mounted Spurs Marked C. P. Shipley, Kansas City, MO. 
    COWBOY WESTERN, ANTIQUES & FIREARMS AUCTION Location: Arapahoe, NE
  2. Embury No. 2 Air Pilot Lantern and Richards & Conover Hdw. Co Kansas City, MO. Short Globe Lantern,
    Item#:
    21361219  
    Category:
    Firearms & Military Artifacts Auctions in Kansas
    Current Bid:
    $0.25
    Description:
    Embury No. 2 Air Pilot Lantern and Richards & Conover Hdw. Co Kansas City, MO. Short Globe Lantern, missing fill cap
    COWBOY WESTERN, ANTIQUES & FIREARMS AUCTION Location: Arapahoe, NE
  3. *COLT BISLEY IDENTIFIED TO KANSAS AND CALIFORNIA RANCHER BILL SHLEPPY.
    Item#:
    21339986  
    Category:
    Firearms & Military Artifacts Auctions in Kansas
    Current Bid:
    No Bid
    Description:
    SN 229436. 32-20 Cal. Blue finish with 4-3/4" bbl. This gun conforms to other standard Bisley model single action revolvers with 2-line bbl address with full front sight, left side stamped "(BISLEY MODEL) 32 W.C.F.". Mfg in 1902. Gun is mounted with 2-pc Colt medallion hard rubber grips carved in bottom of grips "Bill Shleppey". There are a couple letters written by George Thomas Shleppy telling of his grandfather William Thomas Shleppy who as a young man hunted Buffalo with the famous Bill Cody and was a law enforcement officer both in the territory and later the state of Kansas and his father, William John Shleppy who was a rancher in the San Joaquin Valley who gave him the gun in 1931. In 1932-1935 George Shleppy carried his grandfather and father's gun while flying airmail in Mexico. He later carried this gun while working as an airline pilot for Guatemalan airlines where he flew in Mexico and Central America until 1948. This gun orig had an alligator holster and belt that G. T. Shleppy had made in Mexico in 1932 which is pictured in file of provenance and bill of sale in 1990 to Wayne Yearout. PROVENANCE: William Thomas Shleppy. William John Shleppy. George Thomas Shleppy 1931. Wayne Yearout 1990. Lewis Yearout 1990. Estate Collection of Lewis & Leyton Yearout. CONDITION: Very good overall with good action and well defined bore. Appears all orig and matching. Brown/gray overall with traces of orig blue finish found in protected areas of bbl, ejector housing, flutes of cyl, trigger guard and buttstrap. Stocks are sound and solid and name cut into buttstock is easily discernible and well patinaed. 4-53936 JS53 Major Firearms Collections at Auction-Day 3 Location: Fairfield, ME High Estimate: 3000.00 Low Estimate: 2000.00
  4. EXCELLENT COLT SINGLE ACTION ARMY REVOLVER OF KANSAS CITY POLICEMAN SAMUEL PETERSON & ARCHIVE.
    Item#:
    21339877  
    Category:
    Firearms & Military Artifacts Auctions in Kansas
    Current Bid:
    No Bid
    Description:
    SN 143558. 38-40 Cal. Hard rubber rampant Colt grips. Gun is excellent overall condition retaining most of its orig finish. Factory letter confirms configuration. Shipped December 2, 1891 to Schmelzer & Sons, Kansas City, Kansas. This gun descended in the Peterson family being sold by Peterson's grandson, and affidavit accompanies along with numerous family letters and other documents. Samuel Peterson was born near Liberty, MO in 1860 and became a Kansas City Police officer August 15, 1885. Peterson would remain in police work until his retirement from Union Pacific RR in 1930. Peterson had an interesting start to police work by being charged with murdering a man he arrested in September 1887. A year would pass with over 50 witnesses called in Kansas City trial before he was found "not guilty" in November 1888. The 6'1", 240 pound Peterson would move on to a "claim agent" for the Union Pacific Railroad. There are seven orig letters & telegraphs to Peterson from 1889-1901 concerning criminals accused of crimes against the RR. Peterson received a $100 reward for service leading to arrest and conviction of a mail thief in 1901 from the U.S. Post Office Dept. There are other letters, one from Pinkertons on their stationary written in 1904. Wonderful archive should be read by those interested. The newspaper accounts of this trial read like a modern soap opera. There is also a very interesting "police code" book Barnard's Criminal Cipher Code 1895 which was used for telegraphic communication between Chiefs of police, sheriffs, Marshals and other peace officers. 63 pages long with additional 1896 list of police agencies who have this code book listed by state and territory. PROVENANCE: Samuel Peterson. Peter Peterson. CONDITION: Very fine and excellent overall. Bbl and ejector housing retain about 90% bright blue, thinning in areas and a rubbed patch about 1" long on bottom next to ejector housing. Cylinder has about 80% orig polish, thinning with vivid blue in flutes and darker blue on remainder with thinning. Backstrap and trigger guard retain about 80% bright blue. Case colors are 90% intact overall though some muted, silver color on remainder, top strap has less color. Stocks well fit with good black color, some small nicks and dents on buttstrap and grip. Action is crisp and bore is bright. 4-54410 JS269 Major Firearms Collections at Auction-Day 3 Location: Fairfield, ME High Estimate: 20000.00 Low Estimate: 10000.00
  5. Military Green ammo cans
    Item#:
    21501337  
    Category:
    Firearms & Military Artifacts Auctions in Kansas
    Current Bid:
    $5.00
    Description:
    Drab Green Military 50 caliber Ammo Can with good seals, great for storage and ammo
    FIREARMS ESTATE AUCTION Location: Lakeside, CA
  6. Military bayonets with grooved blades
    Item#:
    21501460  
    Category:
    Firearms & Military Artifacts Auctions in Kansas
    Current Bid:
    $5.00
    Description:
    Military South American bayonets with grooved blades; rust and pitting overall, losses to wooden handles; one very rusty handle with no wood remaining;
    FIREARMS ESTATE AUCTION Location: Lakeside, CA
  7. Military web belts and US holsters
    Item#:
    21501324  
    Category:
    Firearms & Military Artifacts Auctions in Kansas
    Current Bid:
    $5.00
    Description:
    Military green web belts size medium, adjustable and green holsters, marked US M-12 by Cathey Enterprises, one open on side and one with flap over  (Belts appear near new,  holsters show use)
    FIREARMS ESTATE AUCTION Location: Lakeside, CA Condition: Used
  8. **Stevens Model 404 Semi-Military Rifle 
    Item#:
    21583561  
    Category:
    Firearms & Military Artifacts Auctions in Kansas
    Current Bid:
    No Bid
    Description:
    **Stevens Model 404 Semi-Military Rifle 

    22 LR caliber,  26" round barrel. Barrel was drilled and tapped for scope mounts with off set markings by the factory. Blued barrel, case colored frame, blued hammer and breechblock, case colored lever. Stevens tang sight. Oil finished walnut pistol grip stock and forearm. Stevens trademark on the left side of frame. Steel buttplate. 

    Condition: Barrel retains most of the vivid blue finish. Frame retains most of the case colors. Stock and forearm are excellent. Bore is excellent. Overall this is an excellent condition rifle.

    **Requires FFL or C&R

    EST $ 1000 - 1500 Firearms & Militaria Location: Cincinnati, OH