is a neat miniature fixed blade knife made from a penny by C.W. Shoemaker. Pennies today are made from copper plated
zinc, so when the kinife shape is cut out and the blade profiled, the copper is removed revealing the white zinc blade.
The guard shows the original copper plate. Ivory grips are held in place with two tiny copper pins. The blade
hand engraved C.W. Shoemaker on the left side. These are all hand made and no two are exactly alike. Stock photos,
yours may look slightly different. Comes in a protective lift top plastic capsule. Only 1 available!
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This is a 1/2 scale Browning
Model of 1919 A-4 machine gun made by The Tippmann Arms Company in Fort Wayne, Indiana back in the 1980's, and is marked on
the right side of the receiver "MODEL 1919, NO. 0138, TIPPMANN ARMS CO., FT. WAYNE, IN.", in 4 lines. Not
to be confused with one of the later guns made by Lakeside Machine in Pound, Wisconsin, this is much earlier and much more
desirable from a collector's standpoint. This piece is chambered for, and will fire semi-automatically, the .22 long
rifle rimfire cartridge. 19 5/16" long from the back of the pistol grip to the muzzle with a 11" barrel.
Gray Parkerized finish, except for some of the small parts which are finished in the white. Looks to be near mint and
possibly unfired. Complete with the original oak crate with brown leather handles. Accessories include the traverse
& elevation mechanism, the original operator's manual, a schematic glued to the underside of the lid, 2 OD green ammo
cans, and 2 belts. One of the ammo cans is marked in white stencil "100 CARTRIDGES, CAL 22, L.R. - H.V., ++++ BELTED,
LOT-TAC-85" in 5 lines. The other can is unmarked. One of the belts is the very early black plastic belt
which were prone to breakage, and one is the later cloth belt which replaced the black plastic belts early in production.
The cloth belt is still rolled and has never been loaded. Near mint condition with only a small blemish on one of the
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This is a cased pair of 1/2
scale Wesson swivel barrel derringers by master miniature maker Larry H. Smith of Florida. 2 7/16" long overall
with 1 7/64" barrel groups. Nicely patinaed yellow brass frames and grip escutcheons. The steel parts beautifully
polished and finished in a fire blue. Two piece walnut grips with brass grip escutcheons and a blue screw entering from
the left side. Brass pin type front sights. The hammer spurs are checkered and the front of the triggers are serrated.
Serial numbered 95 & 96 on the left side of the frames near the rear of the bottom barrel. The top of one barrel on each
pistol marked "-L.H. SMITH-", THE SIDE OF THAT SAME BARREL MARKED "FRANK WESSON WORCESTER MASS. PT. DEC. 15/68".
Complete with the original walnut hinged top Larry Smith double casing with push button latch. The casing English fit,
and lined in a burgundy velour. There are two interior compartments both of which contain cloth cleaning patches.
The bottom of the casing marked "-L.H.-, SMITH, 95 & 96". Accessories include 9 solid brass dummy cartridges
with impressed H headstamps and a fire blue cleaning/extractor rod with a yellow brass handle. I believe this is the
only double casing of a Larry Smith Wesson swivel barrel derringer that I have ever seen. Near mint condition showing
only the faintest sighns of handling.
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This is a collection of 12
solid cast pewter miniature firearms in about 1/10 or 1/12 scale, probably for doll houses. Some are a little crude
and show some casting flash, others are nicely detailed. This collection includes a 73 Winchester rifle, a Sharps rifle,
Colt SAA, Colt Walker, Colt 51 Navy, Colt 49 Pocket, Colt 60 Army, Colt Lightning, Colt Police Positive, Harpers Ferry flintlock
pistol, Remington Rolling block single shot pistol, and a Remington over under derringer. I regularly see these for
sale on Ebay for $8.00 - $20.00 each.
This is a 1/2 scale miniature
1928 AC Thompson sub-machine gun made by the legendary Edmund de la Garrigue. 17" long
overall, the finned & rifled barrel measures 6 1/2" long including the Cutts compensator.
Beautiful high polish blue finish. This piece has the correct markings roll stamped into the sides
of the receiver along with Mr. de la Garrigue's maker's mark on the left side of the upper receiver. Serial # 1019 marked
on the left side of the upper receiver. Nicely figured walnut stock. The pistol grip, and vertical pistol
grip forearm are straight grain walnut. Includes a 50 round "L" type drum magazine. The drum is complete
with the internal feed star, but typical of de la Garrigue Thompsons with drum magazines, does not have
the spring or cartridge feed rails. Detachable buttstock, the buttplate with a trap door for an
oiler (not included). Beautiful Cutts compensator. Has the base for the Lyman windage and
elevation adjustable rear sight with the correct Lyman markings, but again typical of the de la Garrigue Thompsons, the rest
of the rear sight is missing. Complete with a very nice violin, or more probably actually ukulele casing.
The interior bottom French fit and lined in a dark blue velour. Also includes a 1/2 scale Thompson handbook, an empty
box of .25 ACP cartridges, and a black engraved plaque marked "GREETINGS, FROM , AL CAPONE" in three lines.
Beautiful near mint condition showing only very minor handling wear, and just a little rust on the top tang of the buttplate.
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This is a 1/2 scale Browning
Hi-Power pistol with the standard fixed rear sight made by Miniart in Russia. 4 1/8" long with a 1 13/16"
barrel of .174 caliber. Blue finish, two piece checkered walnut grips. The left side of the
slide with the proper Browning markings. The serial number, 031, stamped into the barrel, slide,
and frame on the right side. 100% fully functional and complete with three rounds of solid
steel dummy ammunition which will feed, chamber, extract, and eject when the action is cycled manually. Complete with
a nice glass topped walnut case. The interior French fit and lined in a dark red velour. The glass lid (not shown)
slides in and out from the right side. Mint condition. Additional photos soon.
Stock # LC-11, Price: $1,800.00
This is a 1/2 scale Colt 1911
A-1 made by Miniart in Russia. 4 1/4" long overall with a 2 15/32" rifled barrel of .22 caliber
. Blue finish. Two piece checkered walnut grips. Serial # 67. The slide and frame properly marked.
Checkered hammer spur and recoil spring plunger, arched mainspring housing with lanyard loop. 100% fully functional,
and will feed, chamber, extract, and eject the included three solid steel dummy cartridges when the action
is cycled manually. Complete with a nice glass topped walnut case. The interior French fit
and lined in a dark red velour. The glass lid (not shown) slides in and out from the right side.
Mint condition. Additional photos soon.
Stock # LC-5, Price: $2,000.00