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Extremely rare .60-caliber smoothbore silver-mounted officer’s pistol, Revolutionary War era, made at Rappahannock Forge, Va. Estimate $250,000-$500,000



Historically important original (circa 1814) dockyard, or ‘admiralty,’ model for the three-decker ‘USS New Orleans’ intended for use in War of 1812. Estimate $50,000-$150,000



Commander Oliver H. Perry’s telescope, per inscription it was presented to him by his friend [and future US President] Gen. William Henry Harrison; used by Perry at Lake Erie battle, Sept. 10, 1813. Estimate $50,000-$100,000



Historically important cased set of Colt Model 1851 Navy & Model 1855 ‘Root’ Sidehammer revolvers made for Loren Ballou, trusted friend and longtime employee of Col. Samuel Colt. Estimate $300,000-$500,000



Peter V. Nelson (British) 20-gauge over/under shotgun built in 1999 for The Queen’s Golden Jubilee, with London proofs. Top rib reads, in gold, ‘TO COMMEMORATE QUEEN ELIZABETH II GOLDEN JUBILEE, JUNE 2002. BUILT BY P.V. NELSON, ENGLAND.’ Estimate $75,000-

Featured: Revolutionary War-era silver-mounted officer’s pistol made at Rappahannock Forge, Va.; unique cased set of Colt 1851/1855 Sidehammer revolvers

There is speculation amongst firearms scholars that the silver-mounted officer’s pistol belonged to Brigadier General Charles Scott, of the Virginia Line, who later served as governor of Kentucky. — Dan Morphy, Founder and President of Morphy AuctionsDENVER, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, November 13, 2020 / EINPresswire.com / — Morphy’s will unleash three centuries of
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