By Flayderman, Norm
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Polishing and refinishing can conceal a multitude of sins. By removing the normal patina and aging of the gun, the faker can obscure various areas that might have been worked over and such arms should be closely inspected. A. REFINISHING Refinishing antique guns is generally frowned upon; in quite a few instances it actually detracts from value, resulting in a less desirable and less valuable item (even though good money has been spent for the refinish). The practice of making a relatively worn gun, or one that has been heavily used, look like new is rather incongruous, and the effect on the gun is quite the same.
Following a code of ethics is a most worthy objective, but the buyer should always remember that he may be traveling in perilous waters. He should take nothing for granted, and rely on his own basic instincts, common sense and better judgment. An absorbing book by a highly respected arms authority and one heartily recommended to all collectors interested in detecting fakes is How Do You Know It’s Old? by Harold L. Peterson. ” The collector would do well to familiarize himself with the Peterson book, and may save considerable grief and money by absorbing a number of the finer points discussed.
This was especially true with the less expensive guns, many of which numbered under $50 in those days. As the field grew and the demand became greater (and consequently the prices), the need for more detailed descriptions, especially for mail-order sales, was quite apparent. It was one thing to sell a gun for $10 or $20—if the purchasing party found the piece below his expectations, he merely kept it, since to make the return wasn’t worth the trouble. However, with prices ascending, buyers became much more discriminating, and it was worth their time to send those more valuable pieces back!