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#647814 06/10/24 11:12 PM
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I believe it was done by John Warren. Rifle was stocked by Lenard Brownell. Edit: Looks to have likely been a German done floor-plate ordered through Paul Yaegers shop.
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I agree, it looks very well done. Post more pictures of the rifle if you can. It looks like a beauty.

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[Linked Image from i.imgur.com][Linked Image from i.imgur.com]

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Nice work.
That same running Pronghorn figure has been done so many times over by different engravers over the yrs, the orig artist who ever he/she is may be owed
a handsome sum if copyright is in effect.

Here's another with the image flipped on a custom stocked and engraved Ruger#1 from Paul Jaeger's shop in the 70's'
Click on and enlarge the right side closeup pic
Attributed to Dietrich Apel, but I don't recall him being an engraver as well. Jaeger's used to send a lot of the engraving work back to Germany.

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https://live.amoskeagauction.com/lo...rich-Apel#mz-expanded-view-1007856215137

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Kutter,
You are correct, Dietrich was not an engraver, but had connections to engravers in Germany.
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Found the same engraving, less the inlay, on a Paul Jaeger “Super Grade” that’s currently for sale. My guess would be that Lenard Brownell had a 1962 Paul Jaeger catalog in his shop.


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