Lot 570    

* Greener Light Model Harpoon Gun,
2005, Historic Americana / Nov 16, 17 & 18
made in Birmingham, England. This gun was made for the deep-sea sportsman. Completely cased in original wooden box with all of its accessories.

Condition:  
Stock may have been refinished. Excellent+.
Sold: $1,380.00
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