Lot 351

A cased Scheiring bergstutzen, Ferlach, with Zeiss scope and interchangeable drop barrel with Swarovski scope

Fine Antique and Modern Firearms | A80s | Live auction | 918 Lots

Hammer price € 23,500

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Cal. 6x62 Freres / 22 Hornet / .30-06 Springf., Nr. 212, Mirror-like bores. Length 60 cm. On the barrel rib gold inlaid inscription "H. Scheiring jun. Ferlach". Barrel root engraved and framed by a golden line. Ferlach proof mark. Tilting block bolt with rib extension as typical for Scheiring. Boxlock action with side plates. Engraved all over with animals surrounded by scrolling leaves. On the right a group of chamois bucks, on the left fighting stags with does, on the underside a roebuck with hound. Lever with gold inlaid monogram. Switch large/small calibre on the left side plate. On the stock wrist a cocking slide. Double set trigger. Stock of excellent dark walnut wood with pistol handle and Bavarian cheekpiece with double moulding. The back end of the stock with wide black buttcap.
Length 36 cm. Mounted by way of Scheiring swivel mount which features feet and rings with en suite engraving, a Zeiss Victory Varipoint 2,5-10x42 T* scope with special reticle. Slight indentations at the tubular body. Overall length 102 cm. Fluted octagonal interchangeable barrel with mirror-like bore in calibre .30-06 Spring. Barrel root engraved. Length 62 cm. Mounted by way of Scheiring swivel mount a Swarovski Z6i 2-12x50 scope with reticle 4. Two minimal indentations at the tubular body. Overall length 104 cm. With a light brown leather case with brass mounts and number locks, lined with a green velvet-like cloth and bearing a leather label in the lid embossed "H. Scheiring jun. Ferlach". Dimensions 107 cm x 209 cm x 9 cm. Including a matching sling.
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Day 1 of our live auction "Fine Antique and Modern Firearms" includes 924 lots. The auction starts on Monday, November 11, 2019 at 10:00 am (lot no. 1 - 924). The pre-sale viewing will take place from Wednesday, 6.11. until Sunday, 10.11., and on Sunday, 17.11.2019 from 2 to 6 pm (CET).