A FINE AND SCARCE 20-BORE 'GRADE G60 ROYAL' UNIQUE EJECTOR, serial no. 60498,
circa 1912, 27in. Greener trade mark wrought steel nitro reproved barrels with fine acanthus scroll detailing at the breech ends, rib engraved 'W.W. GREENER. MAKER. 68. HAYMARKET. LONDON. S.W. WORKS ST. MARY'S SQUARE. BIRMINGHAM.', 2 1/2in. chambers, bored approx. 1/4 and 3/4 choke, wall thicknesses at 20 and 18, some dents right barrel, scroll-back treble-grip action with oak leaf engraved shoulders, three-point arcaded fences with fine acanthus scrollwork, toplever engraved and gold-inlaid with a crown, automatic side-safety with gold-inlaid 'SAFE' detail, the housing finely engraved with a lone pheasant, the action profusely engraved with fine acanthus scrollwork and with oak leaf and acorn bordering, interspersed with finely engraved vignettes of hound flushing a covey of partridge and a spaniel flushing a brace of duck, the underside with a lone woodcock, the triggerguard with two setters on point, retaining traces of original colour-hardening and finish, 13 1/2in. well-figured stock with horn spearpoint drop points and including 3/4in. recoil pad, the slender fore-end with Deeley and Edge patent release catch engraved with oak leaves, scrollwork and a solitary mallard, ornate horn finial, weight 4lb. 15oz., in its brass-cornered oak lined leather case with green velveteen lining and gold-tooled red leather trade label, the lid outer gold embossed 'M. HAGGAS. WOODVILLE. KEIGHLEY.'
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S2 - Sold as a Section 2 Firearm under the 1968 Firearms Act