Lot 248    

* Crescent Peerless Model Double-Barrel Shotgun,
2006, Spring Americana, May 10, 11 & 12
20 gauge, 28" barrels. Right lockplate stamped Crescent Fire Arms Co. Norwich, Conn. U.S.A. Left lockplate stamped Peerless Model. Complete with checkered forearm and wrist. Safety slip mechanism on the tang.

Condition:  
The barrels retain ca 98% of the original blue, ca 98% of the original case colors on the locks, receiver, top lever and trigger guard. Stock and forearm retain ca 98% of the oil finish. In almost new condition.
Sold: $488.75
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