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MIA... Rare Antique AMMO Display... F/S

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by JACK, Feb 5, 2010.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Could use some help dating this item. But case in fine patina and interior is perfect. $375. I come up wiht unusual gun items, but this one is special.
    Jack @ 800-344-4840, cell 715-441-2384


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    Jack,

    This set dates to the 1950's, I am not sure if they can be pinned down to an exact year. They come in Western Super-X and Xpert and also Winchester Super Speed and Ranger versions. Each western/winchester version has two different versions (at least). The difference is primarily with the presence of one type of metallic cartridge (one of the versions has a .218 Bee and the other does not). There is also a version that has stamped on the list of shotshells "mark 5". Lastly, a version exists that comes in a wood display box, lined with purple felt. The winchester versions typically bring more than the westerns. In the last 5 years I have personally seen 20 of these sell on ebay and a lot more in various sporting collectible auctions. Depending on condition, the winchester versions have ranged from 150-275 and the westerns have ranged from 100-200. One of the western mark 5 versions in mint condition brought $300 a couple years ago. Your sample set appears to be pretty average shape from what I have seen. If your interested, I can send you a picture or two of the other versions. Hope this helps, let me know if you have any questions.

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    Kody
     
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