Golden Boy Deluxe Engraved 3rd Edition .22 S/L/LR, .22 Mag, .17 HMR
Hand Engraved and Yet Remarkably Affordable
During the 19th century, Old World artisans skilled in engraving elevated firearms from simple tools of survival to cherished art forms presented to dignitaries and sought after by collectors. One of the most famous representatives of this marriage of gunsmithing and fine art is the custom-engraved, gold and rosewood Henry rifle presented to President Abraham Lincoln. It is now on display in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. Today, Henry Repeating Arms Company is proud to continue the tradition of transforming rifles into works of art with our Golden Boy Deluxe. And with the great success of our 1st and 2nd editions, which sold out quickly, Henry is pleased to introduce the Golden Boy Deluxe 3rd Edition.
An authentic Henry Golden Boy is a firearm any gun aficionado would be proud to display. But add engraving inspired by the elaborate scrollwork of acclaimed 19th-century New York engraver Louis D. Nimschke, and you have a museum-quality heirloom. Each numbered Deluxe 3rd Edition will be the pride of any recipient or firearm collector.
Each limited-edition firearm bears a special serial number from 1 to 1000.
For more than a century, it has been an American tradition to bestow ornate rifles such as these on political and military leaders. You can continue that heritage by purchasing a Golden Boy Deluxe as an unforgettable gift for someone special. It’s sure to be a treasure that any gun enthusiast will be proud to display and pass on to his children and grandchildren.
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You should expect to receive some discount from our M.S.R. Price
Each rifle in this limited-edition series gleams with a classic Golden Boy receiver. Intricate, deeply etched patterns complement the rich grain of the select American walnut stock and forearm.
President Lincoln’s engraved Henry rifle, serial number 6, is one of the Smithsonian Institution’s great treasures. The frame and buttplate are plated in gold; the stock is of lustrous rosewood. The President was intrigued by firearms and was a competent marksman.
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