Photo Gallery: Sneak Peek at Morphy’s Upcoming Gun Auction


Museum Unaltered Springfield 1905-06 (.30-03)

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The only known surviving example, this unaltered Springfield 1905-06 is an absolute gem. The .30-03 was originally shipped to the Pratt & Whitney Tool Company as a test rifle and remained in the Tool Company Museum until 1994. It was original sold by the United States government to the Pratt & Whitney Tool Company with authorization by a United States Congress act, approved April 23, 1904. The act allowed and encouraged inventors, firearms companies, and technical innovators to purchase Model 1903 weapons. Estimate: $25,000-$50,000

Morphy Auctions had a heck of start to 2016, moving $1.1 million worth of firearms at its January Las Vegas sale. And the Pennsylvania-based company is shooting to keep its momentum rolling with its next event of the year. Morphy is slated to hold a two-day auction April 9-10 at its Denver, Pa., location, with more than 1,500 lots ready to cross the block. The auction house has a fairly wide spectrum of firearms set for sale, including a number of one-of-a-kind guns. Here is a sneak peak of a few of the more desirable guns that are certain to have firearms collectors drooling at the sale.

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