Lot 1058    

* Page Lewis Arms Company .22 Rifle,
2007, Historic Firearms and Early Militaria, May 2
.22 caliber, 22" barrel, serial number 1422. Blued finish walnut stock and forearm.

Provenance:  
Ex. Jerry Branton


Condition:  
Metal surfaces retains ca 80% original blue finish, but thinning. Wood with some scratches, dents and mars. Bore is excellent. Mechanically functional.
Sold: $149.50
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