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5647

earlier to mid 1800s hanging FRY PAN

Our illustration will likely do best to describe this nice old open hearth or camp fire hanging fry pan except to advise that it is completely original even to a telltale periodcrust on the underside. A hard accumulation from many a meal from over an open fire. The sheet iron pan measures approximately12 3/4 inches across the mouth with 2 ½ inch sides tapering to an 10 5/8 inch diameter bottom. The heavy hand forged black iron handle is fitted with a swiveling iron ring to facilitate occasional turning of the pan while cooking or serving. An attractive piece of antique cookware appropriate to a period ranging from a colonial open hearth to a 49ers camp on through use in a Civil War troop bivouac or winter camp. A classic piece of antique forged cookware pure and untouched. As with all direct sales, we are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with refund of the purchase price upon return as purchased! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !

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Civil War vintage MEDICAL CURE BROADSIDE -

A neat Civil War vintage advertising broadside for HOLLIS’S, Vegetable Pectoral Syrup, a cure for Coughs, Colds, Hooping Cough. (see: 1863 Boston Business Directory) In a nice size for easy display (8" X 7") and in fine original condition after decades of storage, this boldly printed (one side only for posting) broadside will set well in any period grouping. We are pleased to offer a "no questions asked" three day inspection with return as purchased guarantee ! please note: ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!!. If you are new to Gunsight Antiques and wish additional information or just to learn who we are, please check out our home page. Thanks for visiting our on-line store !!
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5731: 1700’s very early 1800s  SUGAR NIPPER / PIPE TONGS
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1700’s very early 1800s SUGAR NIPPER / PIPE TONGS

Measuring approximately 19 inches in length and remaining in immaculate all original condition with a pleasing smooth age patina, these desirable old pipe or ember tongs offer an interesting combination of two very different utilitarian tools. The idea of combination of purpose in tools of the period, especially such diverse purpose as demonstrated here, makes one wonder if this combination was truly intended for dual purpose or were these pipe tongs simply made by an artisan who made sugar nippers. At any rate a rare form that will go well on the hearth or 18th century kitchen. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!

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exceptionally nice mid 1800s CARRIAGE LAMP pair

This exceptional pair of carriage lamps show little if any evidence of use while offering unquestionable age and originality both in condition and unmistakable mid 19th century tinsmith construction of the matching lantern bodies. Each lamp measures approximately 12 inches in height with heavy, approximately ¼ inch thick, beveled glass lenses measuring 3 7/16 X 3 7/8 inches each. Outer surfaces are of black enamel with naturally patinated brass trim and chimney. Internal reflector surfaces are bright nickel silver plate with plated burner marked E. MILLER & Co. Meriden, Conn. [ Edward Miller began manufacturing and selling camphene and lantern fluid burners in Meriden, Connecticut in the 1840's. By the 1860’s E. Miller & Co. had become a successful manufacturer and marketer in the kerosene lamp and lamp burner business with the latter being merchandized to private lighting makers. In 1866 Miller reorganized under the name Edward Miller & Co. or E M & Co. ] Easily displayed utilizing original mounting sockets, this exceptional matching pair of carriage lamps remain complete and in exceptional condition with pleasing evidence of age and originality. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! :

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Civil War vintage SURGICAL RETRACTOR

Illustrated here with a quarter for size comparison is an original tortoise shell mounted folding surgical retractor as seen in the period traveling surgical instrument kits. (see: Pictorial Encyclopedia of Civil War Medical Instruments & Equipment by Damman ) This example is Sheffield marked and remains in fine original condition. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5859: 18th early 19th century  iron bound GREASE HORNS
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5859

18th early 19th century iron bound GREASE HORNS

Equally in their proper place on a Revolutionary War / War of 1812 Artillery Carriage or suspended from the side of a western bound prairie schooner, the 1700s early 1800s with use into the Civil War era grease horn was an integral utility used in the day to store and carry lubricant for applicant to the heavy wooden wheel hubs. Intact examples such as are offered here are seldom encountered on today’s collector market as discarded or stored horn pairs invited insect and animal damage all attracted by the grease once contained within. Hand crafted from steer horn and blacksmith bound in black iron with forged attachment suspension chain, the mouth of each horn was plugged with a small corked access hole for application and refilling. Stoutly made for rough usage and exposure to the elements this all original pair of grease horns measure 18 from tip to butt and remain as found with good evidence of period use and a deep natural age patina to iron and horn. The exceptional iron work with fancy integral chain will set this pair will set them in good stead in any period display. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! :

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5875

Pat. 1878 ‘Ferguson's Universal Reflecting’ HUNTING & FISHING LANTERN

A scarce find for the outdoorsman as well as the antique lighting enthusiast, this Patent 1878 Ferguson's Universal Reflecting Lamp oil lamp was merchandised to hunters and fisherman by Thomas J. Conroy of New York as perfect for hunting, fishing, traveling, or driving at night. Offered here complete even to it’s cap harness and in pleasing all original condition, this neat old lamp retains a good measure of its original black enamel finish. Standing approximately 9 inches Ferguson’s Universal Reflecting Lamp offered a myriad of carrying options with fastening provisions to an included head harness, suspension ring for hanging, bail handles and belt suspension. (Kind of a 19th century Swiss Army Knife of oil lanterns.) A nice companion piece for the outdoorsman collection, this piece will also fit well in any antique lighting display. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! :
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5858: early Open Pontil -Dr. McMunn’s ELIXIR OF OPIUM bottle
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5858

early Open Pontil -Dr. McMunn’s ELIXIR OF OPIUM bottle

Measuring approximately 4 1/8 inches in length with a flared lip and open pontil this medical bottle dates from approximately 1845 with use into the Civil War. The bottle bears a bold Dr. McMunn’s Elixir of Opium embossing and remains in excellent condition with only a very minor flake on the flared lip. Not to be confused with more common, post pontiled, examples of the later 1800s, the earlier open pontil container was fashioned in two neck types, a rolled lip and the more delicate flared lip. Fragile as they were, the flared lip type seldom survived intact. A mainstay pain killer of the 19th century medical bag, extract of opium and its offspring laudanum (a tincture of opium mixed with alcohol and water) were all too available in the period as the pure elixir of opium and dilute medical remedies were offered over the counter by apothecaries, hawked from the back of medicine wagons and offered under the counter by the most popular camp sutlers North and South. (See: SS Republic Artifacts & Treasures for relics of the Civil War era sidewheeler Tennessee lost in a hurricane off the Georgia coast in 1865.) As is true of this offering, most surviving, intact examples of these desirable little bottles are found in the walls of period dwellings where small cashes accumulated as individual empties were poked through a crack in the wall and discarded away from prying eyes. A nice companion item for the Civil War medical enthusiast and an attractive period conversation piece for the personal item collector. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! :

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5652: country tin smith – lamp oil tin &c: CAPPED SPOUTS
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5652

country tin smith – lamp oil tin &c: CAPPED SPOUTS

Offered here, individually price for the collector who would like a single example, are tinned sheet iron, brass capped, spouts for use in country tin shops in the fabrication of earlier to mid 19th century tin ware. Not a big deal to most as we are not sure if there are any folks out there besides Gunsight Antiques who collect 19th century country tin, but if so, here is your chance to acquire a neat, period fabricated, spout as was sold by tinsmith suppliers who carried all manner of material necessary to country tinsmiths. Besides tinned sheet iron stock, lead solder &c, spouts such as this, cast lid knobs and the like who’s fabrication required more intricate equipment and special tools than was commonly found in small country tinsmith shops. A neat item to lay in with any 19th century tin grouping or occupational display. Seldom seen today, these are the only pre utilization examples of such we have ever seen. If you are new to our catalog and wish additional information or just to learn who we are, please check out our home page. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!!
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Civil War Photograph -18th Mass. Col. - soon to be Gen. Hayes at 5th Corps HQ

A desirable photo on its original 10 x 12 in. mount, imprinted Photographed by GORMAN & JORDAN on the front and on the back, Gorman & Jordan, Army Photographers, Alexandria, Va. with inked negative number 255and dated April 1864. This photograph is an original example of Gorman & Jordan's only known war time images rendered of 5th Corps headquarters at Rappahannock Station . This image remains in fine original condition depicting enlisted men, officers, quarters and regimental flag of the 18th Massachusetts Infantry at Corps Headquarters in the spring of 1864. Precisely in the center, flanked by a staff officer on either side, stands Colonel, soon to be, Brigadier General Joseph Hayes. As set in a period pencil notation on the mount back, Gen. Hayes was a graduate of Harvard class of 1855. He mustered as Major of the 18th Mass Vols. on Aug. 24, 1861 and was promoted to Lt. Col. in August of 1862 then Colonel Nov. 30, I862. He saw action with the 18th Massachusetts, in the Peninsula and Wilderness Campaigns suffering a head wound at the Battle of the Wilderness. Commissioned Brigadier General of U.S. Volunteers on May 12, 1864. He was taken prisoner at Weldon Rail Road. Breveted as Major General of U.S. Vols. in March 1865, Gen. Hayes commanded an advanced Brigade of 5th Army Corps in pursuit of Lee's forces in April 1865.
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c. 1700s through mid 1800s portable - WARMING STOVE

Most frequently referred to by collectors simply as a foot warmer these attractive portable warmers were in actuality as versatile as the imagination and need to ward off the chill of winter. Under the heavy blanket or buffalo robe of carriage or sleigh, family pew of a drafty church in winter, or in a sick room, these hand crafted ember stoves offered much comfort in a wide variety of circumstances. This one measures approximately 8 inches square and stands about 5 ½ inches high not counting the wire bale carrier. The new owner will likely wish a light cleaning and a bit of wax polish as we were fortunate enough to acquire the piece as you see it here untouched and as found after decades of attic storage. A rarity in this condition, we chose to leave it pure and as found.. Complete even to include the original sheet iron ember-holder which is nearly always missing, this example remains in especially nice condition with no breaks, repairs or condition issues. A classic of the type the wood frame sports turned columns with mortis and tenon joints all without the use of nails or metal brads. The pierce decorated body is of tinned sheet iron, lead soldered with classic hinged door and wire latch. The beveled ember container is of the classic design with a slightly curved up at the center bottom so as to allow air circulation preventing overheating and eventual burning through at the bottom. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! :

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5873: British and European UNIFORM SYSTEM OF NIGHT SIGNALS – per order Adml. Semmes C. S. N.
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British and European UNIFORM SYSTEM OF NIGHT SIGNALS – per order Adml. Semmes C. S. N.

Penned on a single 8 X 10 sheet folded to offer 3 pages of cursive script laying out the British & European Law of Uniform System of Night Signals with a matching brown ink penned notation on the 4th page originally folded to serve as a cover. That notation is simply directed Capt. and advises Night signaling as is required in British waters. Per order: Adml. Semmes C. S. N. Not a signature but clearly an effort to pass along with emphasis the requirements of night signaling while sailing in British and European waters, to a ship’s Captain unfamiliar with sailing in such locations. The particular circumstances of this interesting communication has been lost in time and must be left to the speculation. A neat remnant of the Confederate Navy effort to keep the homeland supplied with the necessities of war, we would guess that the document was aimed in some fashion toward blockade running operations. A neat item for the Confederate Navy and blockade running. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! :
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5799: original! Civil War vintage TIN CAN & SPOON
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5799

original! Civil War vintage TIN CAN & SPOON

A classic of common life seldom surviving to reach todays collector of Civil War mess gear or personal items, the vast majority of these cans were crushed and cast away once they had served their purpose. Telltale of the period is the extremely thin sheet iron material, over lapping lead soldered seams and the spot of solder sealing what had served as a vent hole in the top of the can. The period preservation process required that full cans be heated with the small vent hole then sealed with a spot of lead solder. (The heating and resulting vacuum resulting from sealing off the vent before the content was entirely cool offered some considerable shelf life in the days before refrigeration.) This rare intact example somehow avoided the crushing boot and trash heap and just for effect comes with a good old cast spoon of the same era. A simple period pair that will add a finishing touch to any Civil War personal or winter camp grouping. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! :


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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5842: Patent 1873 FINGER LAMP
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5842

Patent 1873 FINGER LAMP

A nice item for the lighting enthusiast, Indian War era personal item collector or 19th century Americana fan, this little oil lamp is offered untouched and just as it came out of decades of storage. Remaining entirely original, complete and in fine condition yet with an eye pleasing natural age patina on its brass components, this little finger lamp is marked * PATENTED * OCTOBER 28, 1873* Don't forget to give our search feature a try for special wants. A simple key word in lower case works best. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !!
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Early Civil War - Col. Elmer Ellsworth PATRIOTIC BADGE

Considered by many to be the first officer to fall as a causality of the Civil War, the image of young Zouave Colonel Elmer Ellsworth became a center piece among Union sympathizers after he was shot and killed as he removed a Confederate flag from the Marshal House in Alexandria, Virginia. Badges such as this one featuring a gem size tintype of Col. Ellsworth were worn by military and civilian citizens in the patriotic fervor of the early Civil War. (see cover: MILITARY IMAGES Autumn 2017 p.32 ) A scarce period example, our illustration will do best to describe this attractive offering. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded
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Civil War era HARD RUBBER TRAVELING INK

This attractive little traveling ink measures approximately 1 inch in diameter, stands about 1 7/8 inch high and remains in an eye appealing as found and untouched condition just as it came out after decades of storage. The body and original screw cap offer that rich chocolate patina that is so desirous in this material and comes only with good honest age. A neat piece for inclusion in any Civil War vintage grouping, writing instrument enthusiast. (see: India-Rubber & Gutta-Percha In The Civil War Era by Mike Woshner ) Don't forget to give our search feature a try for special wants. A simple key word in lower case works best. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !!

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extra fine! original Civil War – ARTILLERY CAP INSIGNIA & BUTTONS

Finely die struck with gold wash, this extra quality false bullion cross cannon insignia remains in exceptional condition in all respects and comes with an equally fine pair of A cap buttons. Illustrated here with a quarter for size comparison, the crossed cannon insignia measures 2 ½ inches wide and retains all four of its original soldered on fastening wires. The buttons are back marked HORSTMANN’S NY & PHI. An extremely fine all original Civil War artillery grouping! Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5881: Civil War Burnside CARBINE – 4th Wisconsin Cavalry serial range
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Civil War Burnside CARBINE – 4th Wisconsin Cavalry serial range

An opportunity for the Civil War collector historian, especially one with a bent towards Civil War Cavalry, to acquire an original issue weapon that, by virtue of not just a single serial number but by period happenstance a second serial number, both of which fall in the serial range of known 4th Wisconsin Volunteer Cavalry Burnside carbines offers a solid link to that regiment. As is our usual habit and to preserve the historic integrity of the piece, we have left it untouched so as to preserve its natural age with a patina that comes with period field use followed by decades of attic storage. This all original Burnside remains in pleasing to the eye, functional condition, yet offers the charm of period issue with the added appeal of ties to a specific regiment. A good look at our carefully rendered photos will provide the best physical description.

A Word About Serial numbers.


This Carbine offers the serial # 16168 on the breach block & serial #34616 on the receiver frame and barrel.


Of the serial numbers recorded # 16114 & 16174 and #34576 & 34677 were issued to the 4th Wisc. Cavalry


As both primary arm numbers 34576 & 34677went to Co. K it is most likely that this arm was issued to that Co. K as well


While mismatched serial numbers are not pleasing to firearms collectors, the circumstance of the mismatching can offer important information to the Civil War collector / historian with respect to the weapons issue history. That is to say, when the mixed serial numbers each fall in the range issued to the same regiment, it is most likely that the misnumbered component was inadvertently mixed when the weapon was broken down for cleaning. (A task frequently accomplished by a group cleaning their arms together or in some situations certainly by one or two troops who drew the short straw.) In our experience, such mixing of components occurred most frequently with the cavalry issue Colt percussion revolver and Burnside cavalry carbine, the mixing of components occurring with revolver cylinders and in the case of the carbines the inadvertent switching of breach blocks, one arm to another. The likelihood of switching of these specific components quite high when one considers that cleaning of the revolver required removal of the cylinder from the frame just as cleaning of the Burnside carbine required removal of the breach block. When several arms were cleaned together it is not difficult to understand a likelihood of mixing of these the numbered components. When the mismatched breach and frame both fall in a known issue serial range of the same regiment, the origin of the mismatched arm is well established.

In this instance both serial numbers are in the range to the 4th Wisconsin Volunteer Cavalry with the primary serial number of the carbine (that is the frame and barrel number) falling in the range of Co. K of that regiment.


As preservation of the history of this arm a copy of our research notes (to include a roster of Co. K) will be provided under our letterhead



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A note about firearms: WE SUPPORT RESPONSIBLE CONTROL OF MODERN FIREARMS AND EMPHASIZE HERE THAT THIS PIECE IS CONSIDERED AN ANTIQUE / COLLECTABLE AND IS THEREFORE OUTSIDE RESTRICTIONS APPLICABLE TO COVERED (MODERN) FIREARMS. THE PIECE IS OFFERED AS A HISTORICAL COLLECTABLE ONLY AND THOUGH MECHANICALLY OPERABLE, IS NOT TO BE CONSIDERED FIREABLE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. PURCHASE OF THIS ITEM WILL CONSTITUTE A FULL UNDERSTANDING OF AND AGREEMENT WITH THE ABOVE.


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Original! c. 1853 / 1862 Dr. CHILTON’S – COMSTOCK & BROTHER - FEVER PILLS

Offered in fine, as new condition after decades of storage, we have a very limited number of Dr. CHILTON’s FEVER and AGUE CURE Manufactured by COMSTOCK & BROTHER, New York labeled pill boxes of turned birch wood, each containing a complement of pills. Founded in New York in 1853 the Comstock & Brother apothecary firm was a colorful outfit to say the least, spending as much time in court fighting off charges that they had invented doctors such as Dr. Chilton out of thin air simply to promote their cures. In one instance court records show they not only created an cure creator but invented a history to include family members and life among the Indians where the secrets of the cure were learned. By 1863 the brothers Comstock had parted ways and their apothecary business ceased to exist. More than anyone needs to know we suppose but an interesting bit of Americana. Priced here individually for the collector who would enjoy one, this offering will go well in any period apothecary, early quack medicine or Civil War era personal grouping. please note: ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !!
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attic find Antique Wood Block PICTURE PUZZLE in CRANDALL’S Pat. 1867 box.

Our photographs will likely do best to describe this colorful multi-dimensional Victorian picture puzzle. Offered here as attic found, stored in a wonderfully labeled CRANDALL’S - Great Show Acrobats – Pat. 1867 dovetailed, game box. The slide top pine box remains in excellent condition measuring approximately 9 7/8 x 6 1/8 x 2 inches. The puzzle consists of 20 wood blocks each 1 ¼ inch square. Each covered on four sides by colorfully illustrated lithograph paper, each side a portion of one of six detailed scenes. (see photos). Two period printed sheets remain in the box as a guide to scenes. (We will include laser printed views to each of the additional scenes.) The blocks remain in eye appealing condition with bright colors but with wear at the edges as evidence of period use of the toy. An attractive mid 1800s play item, the owner will have a tough time deciding which of the colorful illustrations to display. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!
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