Cadmore Auctions – Firearm Highlights 11/12th July

History will remember that Vanilla Ice was not the only person to ‘grab his 9’, as one voracious bidder left everyone in the dust with a £3,200 winning bid for a deactivated Glock 9mm pistol (lot 118).

Lot 118 - A GENUINE GLOCK 9mm SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (DEACTIVATED)
Lot 132 - A GENUINE STAR 7.65mm SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (DEACTIVATED)

The preferred weapon of secret agents – The Star 7.65 semi-automatic pistol was intercepted by a winning bid of £2,100. Don’t worry, it won’t self-destruct, but it is deactivated (lot 132).

The Colt 44 – the gun that won the West. Unfortunately, the 1860 Uberti deactivated one we sold for £420 would now come up slightly short (lot 564).

Lot 564 - A GENUINE UBERTI 1860 COLT 44 BLACK POWDER PISTOL (DEACTIVATED)
Lot 361 - A WALTHER TPH .22 SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL (DEACTIVATED)

I’m not saying the Walther TPH is a poor relation of the Walther PPK but apparently James Bond’s milkman use to carry one. Anyway, we sold a deactivated TPH pistol for £480 (lot 361).

Nobody likes to be snubbed, unless of course you’re a Smith and Wesson 31 deactivated handgun. This classic beauty sold for £320 (lot 543).

Lot 543 - A SMITH AND WESSON 31 .32 CALIBRE REVOLVER (DEACTIVATED)

N. B. All sold prices are hammer prices and exclude commission.

If you are thinking of selling an item, or collection, please contact Cadmore Auctions – we do try that little bit harder.

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