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The Maino Collection, Gift of Stans African Hall of the Museum of York County, SC
receiver, left side:] (?)/ 59 Drulod/ Made in Czechoslovakia 4166 [barrel, eft side:] 22 long rifle (?) [reciever, right side: (crown over) GP (over posed) [barrel, right side:] (arm with sword)/ NP 22 . 610"8lons
Restrictions: At least 12 or more of the guns will be displayed with the accompanying statement that these are "part of The Maino Collection" and the remaining number of guns of the collection are in storage and available for sighting by those interested. The donor shall be identified as the Stans African Hall of the Museum of York County. In the event the Buffalo Bill Historical Center disposes of any or all of the collection it will only be to an entity, accepable to Theodore Maino, that will agree to abide by the conditions established by the transfer to the Buffalo Bill Historical Center. The recipient should also have an IRS 501 (c) (3) tax classification.
As of 06-14-2017 this object is on display in the Cody Firearms Museum. If you are making a special trip, please double-check before visiting.