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Automatic. Blue; horizontally grooved wooden grips. 42-1/4 oz.
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Manufactured by: Waffenfabrik Mauser
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Revolver carbine. Total Length 34-3/8". Blue; partially checkered wooden stock. Composition butt plate with WM monogram. 68-1/2 oz.(4 lbs. 4-1/2 oz) 6-shot cylinder.
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Manufactured by: Waffenfabrik Mauser
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Automatic. Gold damascened. Imitation pearl grips. 45-1/2 oz.
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Manufactured by: Waffenfabrik Mauser
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Automatic. Gold damascened. Imitation pearl grips. 45-1/2 oz.
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Manufactured by: Waffenfabrik Mauser
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Automatic. Reblued. Standard Mauser grips with big red 9's cut and painted in them. 20-shot detachable mag. With Mauser banner on bottom plate. Rear sight graduated from 50 to 1000 meters. 48 oz.
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Manufactured by: Waffenfabrik Mauser
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Automatic. Blue; fully engraved, with standard wooden stock-grip. 21-1/2 oz. 8-shot mag.
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Manufactured by: Waffenfabrik Mauser
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Weight 87 lbs., 4 ozs.
Created by: Russell, Charles M.
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His good friend the renowned preacher Henry Ward Beecher once called George Inness (1825-1894) both the best and the worst of American painters. He was certainly one of the most versatile. Though he later became an exponent of first the Hudson River School and then the American Barbizon style, Inness began his career with paintings like "Medfield, Massachusetts" which were strongly influenced by English pastoral paintings. Yet even in this early work, his use of atmospheric perspective and the nostalgic ambiance he insinuates into the painting foreshadow the painterly quality and emotional resonance of his more mature work.
Created by: Inness, George
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Weight 5 lbs., 2 ozs. Cast 1/22
Created by: Russell, Charles M.
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From a model by William Hackwood; mould by Hoskins & Grant, 1779.
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Manufactured by: Wedgwood, J.
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