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It's been a year since I've been to Poulin so I thought I'd take a ride up to the preview today. Here's a bit of what they have.

They paved the muddy parking lot. Nice! The auction house itself is much improved. I think Poulin has made some decent money over the past 5 years.


Fluted 1860 Army

http://s687.photobucket.com/user/twaits/media/Poulin Oct 2013/IMG_4391_zpsb9d8902f.jpg.html

Official Police .22



New Service .45 colt with ivory grips. This is a very nice gun.



James Reid "My Friend" 22 knuckle duster. These are so cute it makes you want to punch someone in the face.



Pretty convincing fake Patterson




Some white knuckled Nazi did some nice carving on the grips of this Mauser Luger





I love Bolo broom handles. This was a really nice example.



Here's my holy grail gun. Beautiful 1902 Sporting with nice high polish blue. I'm thinking it will go north of $2000. Too much for me unfortunately.





Detective Special. I think it was an early round butt. 400,000 serial number range.



I really liked this .44 WCF New Service. I loved the Victorian looking lady on the grips.




Unique. I like the grip that is as long as the slide. Very comfortable.



A nice nickel 1903



PD marked PPS




Remington "Pepperbox". Very tiny.



I almost put an absentee bid in on this. It was ridiculous. I really should have bid. It probably won't go very high. It was really cool and weird.




The worlds worst fake Walker. This was so funny I needed to take pics of it.




Semi auto 1919



Very nice 1908


Colt spur trigger 41



Colt in .38 short colt centerfire. I really like to see these in centerfire.



I LOVE this thing.



1851 Navy. I like that there is a mirror inside the case so the owner can see the pleased expression on is face while handling his beautiful Colt.



A couple of palm pistols.



Five Sheriffs models of various barrel lengths



This thing was kind of bad ass.



S&W model 1 1/2 in nickel. Serial number 51. This was beautiful. Looked unfired.




Some engraved SAAs. Sorry, photobucket will absolutely not let me rotate any pictures. Even though that is an option on the site. F*ck photobucket.

 

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Twaits, Like the Caddie and thanks for the report. Does that New Service look like a refinish?
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The New Service looks like an honest original finish. I think the serial number is in the 300,000-400,000 range. Grips probably aren't original to the gun.

More pics later. Have to go cook dinnah....
 

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I really enjoyed the photos.The nickel 1903 is almost more than I can handle.Thanks D*
 

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I got a little dreamy looking at those...whew! Some really nice ones..!


The New Service with the Lady's Portrait let in to the Stocks...I think those may be Horn Stocks.


The stocks on the Luger are stunning...wow...
 

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Here's a couple more that I left out. This one I left out for Cam's "thecoltguy" benefit as I thought he might be bidding on it. Long barreled Pocket Positive. I don't now how rare these are but I've never seen one. This one sold for $409 which I thought was a pretty good deal. It was very clean but just a hair out of time:



And this was a very early Police Positive that I bid on but didn't bid high enough. It went around $450 or so I think. It was really nice:



 

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I got a little dreamy looking at those...whew! Some really nice ones..!


The New Service with the Lady's Portrait let in to the Stocks...I think those may be Horn Stocks.


The stocks on the Luger are stunning...wow...
Oye,

That Luger went for $1170. If I saw it in a gunshop for that price I would probably buy it.

The New Service with the lady in the grips went for a bit over $700
 
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