IRVINE, Calif. – Presenting fine collectible arms and militaria to a packed house in Southern California on March 14, Greg Martin Auctions achieved strong sale results of $2.6 million at its second live event in 2010.
IRVINE, Calif. – Greg Martin Auctions’ spring sale, to be held on March 14, is sure to thrill arms collectors everywhere who are inspired by superlatives – the most valuable, the rarest, the most talked about, the most coveted, the most expensive.
FAIRFIELD, Maine —March 15-16, 2010. Auctioneer James D. Julia states that some of the most exciting things he’s ever sold in his 40-year career tend to be historically oriented pieces. Their upcoming firearms auction will feature a number of historical items. Included are numerous fine old collections or portions of collections...
MOLINE, Ill. — Rock Island’s Dec. 4-6 sales tallied, over $7.2 million, ending the year with over $28 million in sales. The diversity of this sale excited a wide range of bidders from all over the world.
DENVER, Pa. – Dan Morphy Auctions will pack 2,100 quality lots into a big two-day sale, Feb. 26-27, 2010, at the company’s state of the art gallery on the Adamstown antique strip.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. – An important cataloged auction comprising over 700 lots of rare and vintage firearms, Civil War items and other militaria will be held Jan. 16, at 11 a.m., by Fontaine’s Auction Gallery.
MOLINE, Ill. — Rock Island Auction Company announces the next Premiere Firearms auction to be held Dec. 4-6 at their facility in Moline, IL. Rock Island is on track for another banner year as a successful December auction could put yearly sales over $30 million.
DELAWARE, Ohio – The combination of “antiques, camaraderie, tradition, and plain, old fun” was touted as the focus of Garth’s Auctions’ Annual Labor Day Americana sale held Sept. 4-5, 2009, in Delaware, Ohio.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. – A Colt Model 1883 .45 caliber Gatling Gun – named after the man who invented it (Richard J. Gatling) and a 19th-century precursor to the modern-day machine gun – scored a bull’s eye when it soared to $172,500