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Unread 03-06-2019, 09:06 PM   #1
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Well these look like the real thing to me. How many of those original showroom catalogs are known to exist?


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I don't know, but they sold quick.

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Ok who bought it ? Jeff, Bill who got this one
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They seem to be freestanding pages, not part of a Salesroom Catalog. I also would like to meet the buyer.
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I saw those when the listing was live. Great pieces for sure! I think the opening price was around $450.
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They seem to be part of the 1934 Salesman catalogue, that was issued after the sale of Parker to Remington, the original was in a covered binder with a number in the back as to who it was issued, I have an original and I think Murphy does too? the original had all the offerings of Parker and Remington shotguns of the time, Gary
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Not a chance. They were pictures from the 1895 Salesman"s Portfolio. No hammer guns in the 1934 portfolio. I still want to know who bought these pages.
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