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Minimum Bid$100.00Final prices include buyers premium:$1,725.00Number Bids:33Auction Closed OnSaturday, November 18, 2023.Share

Manufactured circa 1890 by Anton Korinski in Erlangen, Germany. 27″ SXS Damascus 16 gauge shotgun barrel beside 11 m/m steel rifle barrel (should be chamber cast to verify) with matted rib, marked “A. Korinski Erlangen”, rifle sights and extractors. Underlever grey finished game scene engraved frame and back action locks with exposed hammers featuring running deer, wild boar and fox scenes. Action has horn opening lever and horn trigger guard. Two triggers with front being a set trigger. Dark figured European walnut stock with carved floral round knob pistol grip fading into wrist checkering. Stock has Bavarian style over-the-comb cheekpiece with steel bullet trap. Matching splinter checkered and carved forearm held with wedge. CONDITION: 60% fading barrel finish turning a plum patina. Shotgun barrel has several noticeable dents roughly 9″ from the muzzle . Wood has traces of original finish with checkering starting to wear flat. The stock shows heavy usage marks and ding. Bores are bright with sharp rifling and crisp mechanics. A former owner’s social security number is electro penciled on frame and lever. CALIBER: 16 Gauge & 11MM. FFL STATUS: Antique. S/N: 6742.