W.W. GREENER 16 BORE GRADE F.H. 25 SXS SPORTING GUN * CASED IN IT'S ORIGINAL TRUNK CASE!
Guns International #: 100089674 Seller's Inventory #: 61281
Category: Greener, W.W. Shotguns - Shotguns - English Double
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Seller: George Lander
Company: THE LAND COMPANY
Member Since: 1/1/08
First Name: George
Last Name: Lander
State: South Carolina
Country: United States
Number of Active Listings: 97
Total Number of Listings: 279
Seller: Private Seller
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
Payment Types Accepted: personal, business, cashier's check or money order
W.W. GREENER 16 BORE GRADE F.H. 25 SXS BOXLOCK EJECTOR SPORTING GUN * CASED SN 61281. 26 5/8 inch barrels. Game rib marked W.W. GREENER MAKER, 68 HAYMARKET LONDON, WORKS ST. MARY’S SQUARE, BIRMINGHAM. Treble wedge fastened, Facile Princeps. Case hardened reinforced boxlock action engraved 30-40% engraved with fine foliate scroll and floral details. Ejectors. Side safety. Crossbolt. Finely checkered straight grip stock of figured walnut with two inch extension. Checkered butt. Silver oval with initials. Finely checkered splinter fore end with horn tip and Deeley style release. Case with Greener lable and marked J Heron on lid, with shipping lables inside.
LOP 14 1/2 inches, DAH 2 1/4 inches, DAC 1 1/2 inches, Right bbl cyl., Left bbl mod., Weight aprx. 6 lbs.
CONDITION: Fine, as partially redone. Barrels show 98% reblued. Bores show some older light pitting. Action shows a polished silver gray patina. Triggerguard and floorplate show 80-90% reblued finish. Refinished stock. Refreshed checkering. Refinished fore end.
William Wellington Greener was the second of four sons born to William Greener the Elder, b.1806 who was a Gun & Rifle Maker apprenticed to Joseph Manton of London. He set up business on his own in 1829 at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. His don, W.W., took over the business upon his father's death in 1869 and moved the business to St. Mary's Row in Birmingham and then to Haymarket Street in London still maintaining the manufacture of guns in Birmingham. He died at age 87 in 1923. The name continues today in his descendent David Dryhurst of W.W. Greener, Ltd.