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0A Auction Details -

This will be a "Live with Internet Bidding" auction, with online bidding for select cataloged items. "Pre-bid"/absentee bids are now being accepted!

10 Percent Buyer's Premium on Internet Bidding only.

Indiana Sales Tax will only be collected on the two titled vehicles (Lot 1 & Lot 2). 

0B Live Auction with Internet Bidding -

Live Auction will begin at 10 AM Eastern. The cataloged portion of the auction will begin at approximately 12:30 pm.  Plan to attend the Live Auction on Saturday, March 5, for bidding on many other items! 

1 1961 Buick Special Series Deluxe Sedan -

2-owner (recently transferred from original owner's estate), 33K actual miles, purchased new at Warrick Buick-Corydon IN, completely all original interior/exterior, "Style 61-4119", auto, V-8 Valve-in-head, 215.27 cu. in., Granada Black, matching numbers; VIN: IHI531775; engine stamped: IHI531775, H179819

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Winning bid: $4,600(floor bidder)
2 1995 Dodge Ram 2500 Truck -

2WD, 94K one-owner miles, 5.9L V-8 gas engine, see photos for recent service work, VIN: 1B7KC26Z9SS341311

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Winning bid: $2,200(floor bidder)
3 Massey Fergson 383 Tractor -

one-owner 5636 hrs, HP-74, diesel, 18.4x30-80%, ROPS & canopy, 3-pt, hyd remotes-2

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Winning bid: $5,000(floor bidder)
4 Ford 4610 SU Tractor & Loader -

hrs-2665, HP-60, diesel, 14.9x28-50%, ROPS, includes 6' material bucket

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Winning bid: $6,000(floor bidder)
5 Kubota RTV 900 Utility Vehicle -

2004, diesel, 4x4, approx. 3135 hrs, hyd dump bed, product ID no: KRTV900A41013028, see photos for recent service work

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Winning bid: $4,500(floor bidder)
6 2009 Yamaha Golf Cart -

electric, one-owner, rear bench seat, canopy, windshield, new batteries installed April 2015. model YDRE

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Winning bid: $2,900(floor bidder)
7 Ditchwitch 1020 Trencher -

Honda gas engine

Winning bid: $2,000(floor bidder)
8 Iron Mountan 42-Gun Safe -

like new condition, 40"w x 59"h x 25"d, currently set up for 21+ long guns and right side storage, pocket storage on door, "Fire Resistant, 1400 degrees - 30 Minutes", buyer to move & load

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Winning bid: $900(floor bidder)
9 Browning Twentyweight Double Auto Shotgun -

12 ga, vent rib, Belgium made, one-owner purchased in 1957 by Mr. McGrath; includes paperwork and Boyt soft case; $15 firearm transfer fee applies; to be paid to Gun World (Corydon)

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Winning bid: $1,900(floor bidder)
10 Browning Shotgun -

12 ga, slide action, vent made, Japan made, LIKE NEW; includes Realtree soft case; $15 firearm transfer fee applies; to be paid to Gun World (Corydon)

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Winning bid: $700(floor bidder)
11 Colt Lightning Rifle -

slide action, small frame .22 caliber, 24" octagonal barrel, SN 143**, "COLTS PT.F.A. MFG. CO. HARTFORD, CT. U.S.A. PATENTED MAY 29, SEPT. 1883. MAY 26.85, JUNE 15 86, FEB. 22.87" on top of barrel, "22 Cal." on left side of barrel at breech, one of 89,912 produced between 1887 and 1904, it was designed for small game shooting and "plinking", the first gun of its kind in the factory's history, it was so well constructed that some specimens are still in service. Competition made sales difficult and the manufacture was discontinued early in the 20th century.  Includes Boyt leather gun case. $15 firearm transfer fee applies; to be paid to Gun World (Corydon)

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Winning bid: $3,500(floor bidder)
12 Stevens 311 Shotgun -

side by side, composite stock, double trigger; $15 firearm transfer fee applies; to be paid to Gun World (Corydon)

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Winning bid: $400(floor bidder)
13 H&R Topper M48 Shotgun -

16 ga, single shot; $15 firearm transfer fee applies; to be paid to Gun World (Corydon)

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Winning bid: $290(floor bidder)
14 J.P. Lower Civil War Revolver -

good Civil War history. 5" octagonal barrel grip. Blued finish. "J.P. LOWER" stamped on top of the barrel and the number "405*" on the cylinder and again on the underside of the butt. Etched on top of the frame is "Lt. C. W. Chapman 28th Regt; P.V.V." Ten thousand of these pocket revolvers were manufactured by William P. Uhlinger in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from 1861 to 1865. To avoid detection by Smith & Wesson for infringing on the Rollin White patent, these pistols went under various trade names. J.P. Lower was merely a clerk for a large Philadelphia arms dealer, J. P. Grubb at this time. After 1875, Lower became a well known arms dealer in Denver, Colorado. Excellent condition. See last photo for history of Lt. C. W. Chapman!

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Winning bid: $2,000(floor bidder)
15 Smith & Wesson Model 2 Army Revolver - Smith & Wesson Model No. 2 Army, 6-shot, 6" octagonal barrel, rosewood grips, blued finish. Serial number 271** on base of butt. "SMITH & WESSON N. SPRINGFIELD, MASS." on top of barrel. "PATENTED APRIL 3, 1855, JULY 5, 1859 & DEC. 18, 1860" on cylinder. Between 1861 and 1874 some 77,155 were manufactured. It was a popular sidearm for many officers and enlisted men during the Civil War.
Winning bid: $1,500(floor bidder)
16 Smith & Wesson Model 2 Army Revolver - Smith & Wesson Model No. 2 Army 6-shot, 6" octagonal barrel, rosewood grips, blued finish. Serial number 477** on base of butt. "SMITH & WESSON N. SPRINGFIELD, MASS." on top of barrel. "PATENTED APRIL 3, 1855, JULY 5, 1859 & DEC. 18, 1860" appears on cylinder.
Winning bid: $1,300(floor bidder)
17 Scottish Copy of Smith & Wesson Model 2 Army Revolver - Scottish copy of a Smith & Wesson Model Two Army. "J.D. DOUGALL, GLASGOW" engraved on top of octagonal 5" blued barrel and "132*" on underside of checkered butt. A crown above a CP and a crown above a V appear on the cylinder and on underside of the barrel. Excellent condition.
Winning bid: $1,300(floor bidder)
18 Moore Seven Shot Revolver - Moore Seven Shot Revolver, engraved brass frame and back strap. Cylinder and barrel blued. Walnut grips. "D. Moore Patent, Sept. 18, 1860" on barrel and "242*" at base of 6" octagonal barrel. Removable ejector rod missing. Barrel and cylinder swing to right for loading. Extremely nice condition. Several thousand were manufactured by Moore Patent Firearms Company, Brooklyn, New York, between 1861 and 1863. Moore stopped its manufacture in 1863 after it lost the infringement suit brought by Smith & Wesson. Gun was probably privately purchased by a Union officer or enlisted man to carry during the Civil War.
Winning bid: $900(floor bidder)
19 Pond Revolver - Pond Revolver, marked "Manufactured for Smith & Wesson Pat'd April 3, 1855" on the side of the 6" octagonal barrel and "W. Pond Worcester Mass. Pat'd July 10, 1860" on the top of the barrel. A small brass-handled screwdriver is fitted into the underside of butt on which is stamped "686*". Iron frame with barrel catch a small button on left frame. Scarce markings. Several thousand were manufactured between 1861 and 1870 by Lucius W. Pond, Worcester, Massachusetts as a direct infringement on the Rollin White patent. After Pond lost the suit brought by Smith & Wesson the 4486 arms remaining on hand at the factory were additionally marked on the barrel with "Manufactured for Smith & Wesson Pat'd April 3, 1855" which adds 10-15% to the value. In very fine condition.
Winning bid: $1,000(floor bidder)
20 Moore Teat-Fire Revolver - Moore Teat-Fire .32 Revolver, excellent condition, engraved brass frame, etched cylinder and barrel. Only other markings are "C.R. NAGLE" on left side of barrel and 'C.NAGEL' on right side of barrel, "1060*" on underside of barrel. 3 1/4" barrel. Six shot. Bird's head butt, walnut grip. Very fine overall. One of approximately 30,000 manufactured by Moore's Patent Firearms Company and the National Arms Company, Brooklyn, New York, between 1864 and 1870 in an attempt to circumvent the Rollin White patents. Strong sales may be the reason for Colt's purchase of the National Arms Company in 1870. Six distinct variations manufactured.
Winning bid: $800(floor bidder)
21 Slocum Sliding Sleeve Pistol - Slocum Sliding Sleeve Pistol, a pocket revolver in excellent condition, with rosewood grips and all sliding sleeves intact. Chambers slide forward one at a time over a fixed rod on right side to expose, load and eject. 3" round barrel. Five shot. Brass frame. Decorative scroll work on barrel and frame. "B.A. CO. PATENT APRIL 14TH 1863" appears on top of barrel. "857*" stamped on brass frame. Approximately 10,000 were manufactured by the Brooklyn Firearms Co., Brooklyn New York, during the years 1863 and 1864. The Slocum Front Loading was an attempt to circumvent the Rollin White bored-through-cyclinder patent controlled by Smith & Wesson.
Winning bid: $500(floor bidder)
22 Taurus Judge Revolver -

handles both 2-1/2'' .410 gauge shotshells and .45LC cartridges, new in box; $15 firearm transfer fee applies; to be paid to Gun World (Corydon)

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Winning bid: $475(floor bidder)