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Unread 09-21-2019, 07:15 PM   #1
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Sorry for the poor photo, but hopefully this is enough information to identify this pattern. Your thoughts?...
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looks like chain damascus....charlie
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I agree with Charlie.





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one my favorites.
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The pattern pictured is from a Grade 2 L. C. Smith. I marvel at the many patterns that are achieved by those craftsmen of yesteryear.

Thanks for the confirmation that it's chain.
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Chain Damascus for sure. One of my favorite Damascus patterns
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Chain Damascus was standard on post-1892 L.C. Smith No. 2 & 3, and an option for Pigeon, No. 4, & A1

Very attractive pattern when refinished (by Bachelder) in black & white



Chain is also found on No. 3 Crass, Lewis & Flues Ithacas, B grade Remington Hammerless Model of 1894 & an occasionally F grade Lefever.

This is an interesting chain pattern on a Baker Paragon, also refinished by Bachelder



The chain lopin is 2nd from left on the top row

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Chain Damascus was standard on post-1892 L.C. Smith No. 2 & 3, and an option for Pigeon, No. 4, & A1

Very attractive pattern when refinished (by Bachelder) in black & white



Chain is also found on No. 3 Crass, Lewis & Flues Ithacas, B grade Remington Hammerless Model of 1894 & an occasionally F grade Lefever.

This is an interesting chain pattern on a Baker Paragon, also refinished by Bachelder



The chain lopin is 2nd from left on the top row

Chain is a beautiful pattern. I see a resemblance with Bernard. Can you point out the differences?
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Here's my grade 3 Ithaca. What beautiful engraving and barrels.
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The Bernard lopin is top row far right - quite different.

A "Rose Pattern" Bernard II Parker barrel which shows an end-on ribband (of 3 rods) as it was added to the helically hammer welded barrel tube. The barrel tubes were fabricated using 2-3 sections of ribband; obviously the thicker at the breech.

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