Merz Antique Firearms ~ Catalog of Old Guns and Related Items
All Other Remington Guns
R2117 VERY RARE REMINGTON BOY SCOUT RIFLE
Item # R2117-24-500
This is Remington's No. 4-S "Boy Scout Model". Markings on the receiver are "American Boy Scout". This rifle had a very limited production run in 1913 and 1914. These are seldom seen today. Cal 22 short. The main thing on these is the wood. This one has all the wood in tact including the top wood. Wood is in VG cond with just a few dings. Correct 28" bbl has most blue remaining although aged. Frame also has a beautiful aged antique patina. Good markings on bbl,receiver and butt plate. This would be a great addition to any 22 collection, especially if you have some nice Remington 22's.
Modern $ 1,475.
R1151 FACTORY ENGRAVED REMINGTON BEALS SINGLE SHOT RIFLE
Item # R1151
Cal 38 RF. Features a brass frame which is completely factory engraved in the scroll style. The bbl also features scroll style factory engraving. All metal has been refinished except for the frame. Most refinish is still in tact. Nice sharp corners and very good markings. Original Dlx Fancy Burl wood is checkered and appears to have a repair at the wrist. Other than that, it is in VG condition with a brass rifle style buttplate. Period sights. Fair bore. Crack on the left side of the receiver which shows no weakness. Beal single shot rifles are pretty scarce and were made in about 1866-1867. Less than a thousand of them were made. To find one in any condition is hard.
Antique $ 2,450.
R264 REMINGTON BEALS SINGLE SHOT RIFLE
Item # R264
Cal 32 RF. Excellent bore. Original sights. Walnut stock in generally VG condition with a repair at the wrist and retaining a considerable amount of original varnish. A lot of silver plate remains on the buttplate. Frame has about 25% of original silver balance turning a yellow brass patina. Nice clean sharp little gun.
Antique $ 1,750.
R262 REMINGTON BEALS SINGLE SHOT RIFLE
Item # R262
Special order full silver frame. Walnut stock retains most original varnish with just a few light handling mars and correct silver plated buttplate. Excellent bore. 28" oct bbl 32 cal. Original sights. About half original blue remains turning a plum/brown. Receiver has about 95% original silver plate turning a little crackly and lifting somewhat but still a nice rare gun.
Antique $ 2,100.
R261 REMINGTON BEALS FACTORY ENGRAVED BRASS FRAME RIFLE
Item # R261
Cal 38. VG bore. Buckhorn rear sight and a front combination sight. This gun is nicely engraved featuring a game scene on both sides of the receiver. Looks much like a Nimschke engraving and could very well have been done by him. Checkered deluxe walnut stock is better than most with a considerable amount of original varnish with a few mars and dings. Receiver has turned a beautiful deep butterscotch color. 24" half oct bbl is mostly plum/brown. No pits. All original.
Antique $ 3,500 .
REMINGTON REVOLVING RIFLE CONVERTED TO CARTRIDGE IN .38 CALIBER RIMFIRE
Item # R192-24-511
Original 26" full octagon barrel, original sights. Original wood is in excellent+ condition with most original varnish remaining. Overall metal is excellent with 90% original blue starting to tone somewhat; frame retains probably 75% fairly vivid case colors. Mechanical condition is excellent. Overall gun is excellent+ inside and out; complete with early 150 range serial number. Guaranteed all original.
Antique $ 16,750.
R2107 REMINGTON No. 6 BOYS RIFLE
Item # R2107-24-501
Fair cond gun with quite a bit of blue remaining on the bbl. Worn in spots. Frame is a grey color with remnants of orig case colors. Shiny bore in good cond with good rifling. Some roughness. Wood has been lightly freshened. A couple of cracks coming off the upper and lower tang. Wrist area has been repaired. A slight wiggle to the stock. Forearm has a couple marks but in good overall cond. Cal 22. Simple open sights on bbl and flip up tang sight.
Modern $ 300.
R2106 REMINGTON No. 6 RIFLE
Item # R2106 -24-492
The No. 6 is in 22 cal. The function of this gun is good. The falling block action is crisp and solid. Good hammer and trigger spring. Most of the metal is an aged blue/brown color. Butt stock has had a repair at the wrist area that is well done, hardly visible. The tiny forearm is in VG cond. This one has the standard simple bbl sights and the cute flip up "popsicle" tang sight. A good kids gun for not a lot of money.
Modern $ 275.
REMINGTON-WHITMORE MODEL 1878 ‘NEW MODEL HEAVY SHOTGUN’ IN 10 GAUGE
Item # R26
30 plum brown barrels with vivid Damascus pattern, pitted bores, receiver has turned to mostly a gray patina coloration, early style engraving. Straight grip stock in VG condition, has had a coat of varnish added some time ago.
Antique $ 2,100.
R2105 REMINGTON VEST POCKET DERINGER
Item # R2105
This is the single shot model sometimes called the "saw handled" model. Cal 32 RF. All metal is an antique grey color. Hammer works good. Trigger has a hard pull but works. The grips are orig and appears like it has a repaired crack. This was a great carry gun in the day.
Antique $ 475.
REMINGTON MODEL 14 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE
Item # R1023
Caliber 30 Rem. Typical old hunting rifle showing considerable use and maybe a little abuse...blueing worn with some cleaned spots, wrist repair and an ugly refinish job on stock, forearm very nice but has typical crack-it is solid though. Good bore.
Antique $ 675.
VERY RARE REMINGTON NEW MODEL POLICE SA PERCUSSION REVOLVER
Item # R1158
Cal 36. 6-1/2" full oct bbl. 6,100 serial range. Overall gun shows an aged patina finish with sharp corners and good markings. Original wood grips have a few dings and a well done repair to one side. Overall metal is starting to turn an aged brown patina. Nice functioning action. All original.
Antique $ 2,750.
REMINGTON MODEL 1894 HAMMERLESS 10 GAUGE
Item # R23-22-322
Smooth clean metal with quite a lot of case colors showing, 32 Damascus barrels with mirror bores. Only detractions are the letter 'KP' lightly carved in stock. Also white line recoil pad added. Good solid gun.
Antique $ 2,950.
Model 1841 U. S. Remington Rifle
Item # R1066
33" round barrel 54 caliber. Lock date is 1848. There is quite a few different markings on this gun. Carved in the wood on the stock is "ACA" and in smaller letters "csa". Metal is mostly a greyish and has been cleaned at some time in the past. Wood is in relatively good condition with numerous dings and scratches which is to be expected and one minor crack just down from the rear sight. This is a fine piece of history.
Antique $ 2,775.
REMINGTON ROUTLEDGE 121 FIELDMASTER
Item # R1045
Modern $ 1,195 .
REMINGTON-LEE MODEL 1899 MILITARY RIFLE IN .30 U.S.A.
Item # R1004
29-1/2 barrel, fine bore, finish is darkening to an even blue plum patina coloration, smooth clean metal, original sights, VG wood with a solid wrist repair, most orig varnish remaining, rack# near buttplate; bayonet and clip are missing. Complete with sling rings and cleaning rod. Bottom of stock marked "Co.C.1st INFR'Y".
Antique $ 1,335.
MSG653 REMINGTON MODEL #11 D GRADE TWO BARREL SET ORIGINALLY OWNED BY ANNIE OAKLEY
Item # MSG653 -24-425
This gun comes complete with numerous documents from Major JW Hession on Winchester stationary. He states " 30 years ago today he started to work for Remington Arms Co. Annie had just resigned from their payroll and no longer officially connected to the company. She turned in her guns and the sales manager asked if I would like a couple of Annie's guns." They list the guns by serial number and apparently Mr. Hession worked for Remington for several years before going over to Winchester. Serial number of this gun is 65648. There are also some hang tags that are definitely old and list this as Annie Oakley's gun that she used in her exhibitions all around the world. Interesting letters complete with the envelopes. Gun is in generally good condition having been re finished a long time ago and retains most of that blue. 13-3/4" LOP to the end of a Pachmayr recoil pad. Cicasian style walnut stocks are generally VG with nice sharp checkering. One bbl is 20" and marked full choke but has opened to cylinder. The other is 28" and is full choke. All matching numbers. This gun is fitted with four pins on top of the receiver that come out at an angle about 4" apart from each other. A shooting guide? Annie was known to spend a fair amount of time trying to teach the sport of shooting to other women. Original gun in generally good condition.
Modern $ 37,500.
ENGRAVED REMINGTON RIDER MAGAZINE PISTOL
Item # R259 -22-334
Factory engraved. VG+ grips retaining most original varnish. Metal is excellent with sharp engraving. Most original nickel remains with the exception with some flaking on one side of the bbl. Sharp markings and nice functioning action.
Antique $ 2,495.
REMINGTON FACTORY ENGRAVED MAGAZINE PISTOL
Item # R275 -22-340
Original wood grips appear to have been lightly cleaned. Overall metal is very near excellent with about 90% original nickel. The balance having flaked some. Mechanical condition is fine. Good markings. Sharp gun!
Antique $ 2,295.
REMINGTON NEW MODEL POLICE CONVERSION
Item # R273 -22-332
Converted to cal 38 RF. Overall gun appears to be virtually unused. The blue finish has some flaking but still 50-60% bright and glossy. A plum/brown patina in flaked area. Original ebony grips in fine condition with just a few light mars. Trigger guard has turned a deep silver patina. Nice clean sharp gun with excellent markings and mechanics. Hard to find the blued Remingtons this nice.
Antique $ 3250.
VERY SCARCE REMINGTON RIDER DA NEW MODEL BELT REVOLVER
Item # R1154-22-344
36 cal. 6-1/2 oct bbl. Blued finish. Very nice Walnut grips. Sharp corners. Overall gun looks nice with good traces of finish in protected areas with the balance turning a plumish/grey/brown coloration. A very scarce little revolver hardly ever seen in the belt variation.
Antique $ 2,275.
PRE 14 REMINGTON SLIDE ACTION RIFLE
Item # R1076-17-374
Caliber 30 Remington. This gun exhibits quite a bit of use and has grayed out on the back portion of the bbl and at the carry point on the frame. Looks like it was used quite a bit but taken care of. Action is nice, bore is good. Wood is also in good condition possibly having had a coat of varnish put on it many years ago. Decent old rifle!
Antique $ 575.
REMINGTON MODEL 1875 REVOLVER IN CALIBER .44-40
Item # R51-22-333
7-1/2 barrel, nice bore, overall metal is basically smooth with traces of blue in the protected areas; 20% of the finish is a plum brown patina coloration-the balance of the metal is a dark soft gray. Crisp action, nice two piece walnut grips, correct lanyard ring. Four cylinder locking notches have worn through a bit. Left grip stamped '44'.
Antique $ 3,250.
EARLY SLIDE ACTION, PRE-MODEL 10 REMINGTON
Item # R1058-18-351
12 Gauge. 26 bbl, full choke. Gun retains a lot of blue although it is thinning on the receiver and the bbl. Wood is in generally VG cond, nice forearm, buttstock is in VG cond as well with a slight chip out toward the trigger. Mechanics need a little bit of work but shouldn't be too hard to tune into something that works.
Modern $ 245.
SERIAL NUMBER 2 REMINGTON MODEL 51 SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL
Item # R1153
Undoubtedly the lowest serial number known in private hands. Originally in Robert Peterson's collection for a length of time. Approximately 50 years ago he gave it to a good friend of his who happened to be Keith Coulter. He had it in his collection for about 45-50 years I understand. This is the first time it has been offered for public sale. It is a 380 cal. Overall gun is in surprisingly fine condition with about 95% original blue with light traces of high point wear on the corners. Completely unaltered. Excellent condition throughout. It has early features that didn't come on later guns. Rare opportunity to purchase a low serial number Remington. Remington did not make many of these and to have serial #2 would be a great plus for ANY collection, especially a Remington collection.
Modern $ 12,500.
REMINGTON-KEENE BOLT ACTION FRONTIER MODEL RIFLE
Item # R160-22-326
Complete with 'USID' and correct inspection markings, fine bore, 40-50% blue overall; the balance turned a plum blue patina coloration, original sights. Generally VG wood with considerable original varnish remaining. One age crack is visible on the right side of the buttstock. Complete with original sling rings.
Antique $ 5,500.
THE FINEST DOUBLE CASED SET OF REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY PERCUSSION ENGRAVED PISTOLS IN EXISTENCE
Item # R7777-24-569
This set comes from my own personal collection. Both guns are very elaborately engraved with some of the most spectacular engraving I have ever seen on a Remington. Coverage is at least 95% of all metal. Both guns are fitted with relief carved Goddess of Liberty ivory grips of which bear the writing Ribus Unum" on the bottom. The guns are fitted to an absolutely spectacular French style original Remington casing in excellent condition with a slightly faded red velour lining. The exterior is Mahogany with a presentation plaque on top. Just a few very minor dings and mars. Also accompanying the set is a correct brass flask, two casting molds, an L shaped nipple wrench and a box of percussion caps. Condition of the guns is Excellent+ with a considerable amount of original silver finish and gold gilding which is toning slightly. Still crisp and sharp metal with excellent markings. All engraving is very legible. The guns were made as a pair most likely for presentation reasons. The serial numbers are 5 and 226. These guns were alleged to have been presented to General Richard I Dodge. They are pictured in Charley Worman's Firearms of the American West book; manufactured approximately 1863. Absolutely an outstanding pair of guns and probably the finest double cased set of Remingtons known!
Antique $ 95,000.
‘REMINGTON ARMS CO. ILION, N.Y. USA’ MARKED SINGLE SHOT RIFLE BBL
Item # 41B-0-887
32 Cal. 22 oct, about VG bore, thinning blue plum brown. This is from a Remington Model 4.
$ 110 sale pending.
SERIAL NUMBER 7 REMINGTON HEPBURN DOUBLE BARREL M SHOTGUN
Item # R1083-24-426
I believe this to be an experimental or prototype. I have never seen or heard of another one like it. Marked on the watertable is simply "L L Hepburn December 18th 1883". Original 32" bbls with excellent pattern of Damascus retained on the outside. Shiny bores. I believe the buttstock is a replacement or a heavily sanded original. It is not undersized but the checkering is gone. Forearm is in fine condition with nice checkering. Case colored receiver is clean, sharp and in excellent condition with 30-40% original case colors showing. Very interesting, good looking gun. Very similar to the Hepburn single shot rifle with the breach opening lever on the side.
Antique $ 6,500.
HARD TO FIND CASED ENGRAVED REMINGTON RIDER POCKET CONVERSION REVOLVER IN .32 RIMFIRE
Item # M4-128-24-567
Original 3 octagon barrel, typical scroll engraving pattern, all matching serial numbers as well as conversion numbers. Generous traces of silver and gold gilted finish. Sharp, crisp example, excellent mechanical condition; complete with exellent mother of pearl grips, hardwood casing with cleaning rod, several cartridges and key.
Antique $ 2,785.
REMINGTON MODEL 1890 SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER IN 44-40
Item # R202-22-335
5-3/4 bbl, serial number 134, a very early gun. As with these early ones, the serial number is under the triggerguard. Mostly a medium brown patina gun with a little bit of blue in protected areas, action is good, bore is VG. Appears like there's a little bit of work on the ejection housing-it must have come loose at one time. Wooden grips are in good cond. Decent old gun with a very low SN.
Antique $ 3,750.
REMINGTON MODEL 510 TARGETMASTER
Item # R221-18-251
With the very rare Routledge bore for 22 LR Shot cartridges. Very strong condition gun with nearly all finish remaining, perfect bore, a few very light usage marks only. Very rare and hard to find in this excellent condition.
Modern $ 995.
EXTREMELY RARE REMINGTON KEENE CARBINE IN .433 SPANISH CALIBER
Item # R1006-18-357
We believe there were about twenty made for a San Francisco Express Co.; less than a handful are known and this is the finest example I've seen. 20" barrel, correct sights, 80% darkening barrel blue is intact on smooth metal, the balance turning a plum blue coloration, 90% receiver blue. Fine extra figured walnut with virtually all original varnish remaining, VG bore, some interesting provenance included.
Antique $ 6,750 sale pending.