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Revised: 9/17/2012 

Correction: Please Note: Description is correct for all boxes, however image is not. The middle box illustrated in the photo is not part of this lot. The correct box is illustrated with description 1222C.

LOT OF THREE BOXES OF 44 RIMFIRE HENRY AMMUNITION. 1) One full box of Winchester 44 Flats with dark green label, black lettering and the line drawing of a cartridge. Label is standard printing with the notation “For the / Winchester Rifle Model 1866”. Box has orange end labels with large red “W” over-printed “.44 FLAT / RIM FIRE”. According to the book One Hundred Years of Winchester Cartridge Boxes, 1856-1956, Giles & Shuey, this box is from the early 1920s with modest rarity; 2) Full sealed box of Remington UMC 44 Henry Flat Rimfire cartridges. Box has a pea green label with black lettering, a line drawing of the cartridge and the red & white Remington UMC logo. Box has a matching green band with ends marked similar to the top plus “BLACK POWDER”. Bottom of box has an orange “GUARANTEE” label in English & Spanish. 3) Identical to #2 above with one complete end flap missing. CONDITION: 1) Fine. Box is plastic wrapped but appears to be intact with completely legible label & end flaps; top label is dark with moderate soil; sides & bottom of box also have moderate soil; 2) Full & completely sealed with labels completely legible showing moderate soil & light wear; 3) Good. Top label is bright & legible with light soil; band has been cut open with the aforementioned missing end label; body of box shows moderate soil; all three boxes are plastic wrapped and the ammunition was not checked. 4-46194 JR362 (4,000-6,000)

Auction: Firearms - Fall 2012
Please Note: All prices include the hammer price plus the buyer’s premium, which is paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price. The prices noted here after the auction are considered unofficial and do not become official until after the 46th day.