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1993.8.96
Markham Air Rifle Co., Plymo...
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1993.8.96 | 1905-1920 | L: 30.5 in, Barrel length: 18 in, H: 7 in | Gift of Thomas K. Hutchinson | left side; receiver: King 350 Shot/ No. 2 [top of barrel] King/ No.2/ The/ Markham/ Air Rifle/ CO./ Plymouth/ Mich. U.S.A./ Pat. nos./ 557849/ 655170,/ 696461,/ 742734,/ 842324 | King Model 350 No. 2 | .177 | 1993.8.96v1.jpg | 1993.8.96v2.jpg | 1993.8.96v1.jpg | 1993.8.96v2.jpg | 1993.8.96v1.jpg | 1993.8.96v2.jpg | 1993.8.96.JPG | firearm | steel | wood | airgun | Markham Air Rifle Co., Plymouth, MI

1993.8.108
Markham Air Rifle Co., Plymo...
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1993.8.108 | 1884-1895 | L: 32 in, Barrel length: 9.75 in, H: 5.25 in | left side of butt: Chicago Air Rifle/ Markham's Patent | Chicago Air Rifle | .177 | 1993.8.108v1.jpg | 1993.8.108v2.jpg | 1993.8.108.JPG | firearm | brass | wood | steel | airgun | Markham Air Rifle Co., Plymouth, MI

1993.8.107
Markham Air Rifle Co., Plymo...
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1993.8.107 | 1884-1895 | L: 32 in, Barrel length: 9.75 in, H: 5.25 in | Gift of Thomas K. Hutchinson | left side of butt: Chicago Air Rifle/ Markham's Patent | Chicago Air Rifle | .177 | 1993.8.107v1.jpg | 1993.8.107.JPG | 1993.8.107v2.jpg | firearm | brass | wood | steel | rifle | airgun | Markham Air Rifle Co., Plymouth, MI

1993.8.59
Markham Air Rifle Co., Plymo...
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1993.8.59 | 1905-1920 | L: 30.25 in, Barrel length: 18.25 in, H: 7.5 in | Gift of Thomas K. Hutchinson | top of barrel: King/ single shot/ Markham/ Air rifle/ Co./ Plymouth/ Mich U.S.A./ Pat 105/ 372.161/ 483.159/ 53.716/57.849/ (2 obliterated numbers) 35 | No. 1 | .177 | 1993.8.59v2.jpg | 1993.8.59.JPG | 1993.8.59v1.jpg | firearm | steel | wood | airgun | Markham Air Rifle Co., Plymouth, MI

1993.8.76
Markham Air Rifle Co., Plymo...
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1993.8.76 | 1909-1930 | L: 20.5 in, Barrel length: 10.25 in, H: 5 in | Gift of Thomas K. Hutchinson | The "King" No. 11, No. 14, and No. 15 "pop-guns" all operated on the same mechanical principle as the "King" No. 1 and No. 2 Air Guns. They differed int eh absence of the forward barrel tube, as they were intended only for small (1/2" diameter) rubber balls or corks, loaded from the muzzle. | top of barrel: King Pop Gun no.14/ Patd./ Feb. 2. 1909/ Markham Air Rifle Co. Plymouth Mich | "King No. 14 Pop-Gun," made by Markham Air Rifle Company, Plymouth, MI. The "King" No. 11, No. 14, and No. 15 "pop-guns" all operated on the same mechanical principle as the "King" No. 1 and No. 2 Air Guns. They differed int eh absence of the forward barrel tube, as they were intended only for small (1/2" diameter) rubber balls or corks, loaded from the muzzle. | Model 14 Pop-gun | .50 | 1993.8.76.JPG | Other | steel | wood | cork gun | "King No. 14 Pop-Gun" Maker: Markham Air Rifle Company; Plymouth, MI Dates: About 1909-1930 Caliber: .50 (rubber ball or cork only) Catalogue Number: 1993.8.76 Gift of Thomas Hutchinson | Markham Air Rifle Co., Plymouth, MI

1993.8.75
Markham Air Rifle Co., Plymo...
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1993.8.75 | 1909-1917 | L: 16.875 in, Barrel length: 9.75 in, H: 3.25 in | Gift of Thomas K. Hutchinson | The "King" No. 11, No. 14, and No. 15 "pop-guns" all operated on the same mechanical principle as the "King" No. 1 and No. 2 Air Guns. They differed int eh absence of the forward barrel tube, as they were intended only for small (1/2" diameter) rubber balls or corks, loaded from the muzzle. | top of barrel: King Mfg. Co./ Pat. No. 1616469 Plymouth. Mich. U.S.A. | "King No. 15 Pop-Gun," made by Markham Air Rifle Company, Plymouth, MI. The "King" No. 11, No. 14, and No. 15 "pop-guns" all operated on the same mechanical principle as the "King" No. 1 and No. 2 Air Guns. They differed int eh absence of the forward barrel tube, as they were intended only for small (1/2" diameter) rubber balls or corks, loaded from the muzzle. | Model 15 Pop-gun | .50 | 1993.8.75.JPG | Other | steel | wood | cork gun | "King No. 15 Pop-Gun" Maker: Markham Air Rifle Company; Plymouth, MI Dates: About 1909-1917 Caliber: .50 (rubber ball or cork only) Catalogue Number: 1993.8.75 Gift of Thomas Hutchinson The "King" No. 11, No. 14, and No. 15 "pop-guns" all operated on the same mechanical principle as the "King" No. 1 and No. 2 Air Guns. They differed int eh absence of the forward barrel tube, as they were intended only for small (1/2" diameter) rubber balls or corks, loaded from the muzzle. | Markham Air Rifle Co., Plymouth, MI