[And that's just about all they made that I recall in the "Pre 64" period...versus "Pre War" when any number of rifle, combo and trapper (baby carbine) variants could be had, ...and Post 64 when a variety could be had or ordere of special editions, commemoratives and what not. Don't know if I've ever seen a Pre 64 rifle, and not even a special edition "trapper" that I can remember.]
FWIW, there's only TWO (2) recognized genre's of Winchester Model 1894/94 leverguns, pre-64 & post-64.
ANYTHING else is a subdivision, like post-64 Model 94AE's, & BB94's, or Pre-War whatever.
Also, Winchester NEVER designated any levergun as a "Trapper", until the post-64 period.
Anyone who says they've never seen a Pre-64 Model 94 Rifle need only look through a few Winchester reference books, if they don't have access to the real thing.