- Auction: March 15-17, 2015
- Preview: March 12-14, 2015
- Current Highlights
James D. Julia’s March 15-17, 2015 to feature the Iconic Elmer Keith Estate Collection.
Over the course of the last several years, the auction firm of James D. Julia has regularly conducted the highest grossing firearms sales events in history. This accomplishment has been realized not by selling the most firearms at any given time, but rather by offering the most exclusive, important, and expensive firearms in the world, twice each year. Julia’s is now widely regarded as the world leader in the sale of investment grade goods and is THE preferred resource for buyers and sellers alike. In recent years, the roll call of Private, Estate and Institutional collections being offered reads like a Who’s Who from the firearms universe. These sales are anticipated and followed by an international audience of collectors, dealers, and enthusiasts. Most every major niche in today’s collecting world is represented in proliferation, in both quality and quantity.
James D. Julia’s March 15-17, 2015 firearms auction is shaping up to be an Event for the Ages and will be the focus of those passionate about firearms and firearms history. A highly anticipated grouping of firearms and accessories from the Iconic Elmer Keith Estate Collection will be a featured component of the sale. Many of these fabulous items have been on display at Elmer Keith Museum housed inside Cabela’s Boise, ID retail showroom. All items in the collection have remained in the possession of the Keith family since Elmer’s passing in 1984.
Additionally, the March 2015 sale will again feature important consignments from prestigious private collections incl… The 4th session of Dr. Geoffrey Sturgess Military Arms Coll.; Antiques from the 2nd session of Norm Flayderman Coll., 4th session of Dr. Douglas Sirkin Coll.; Sporting arms from the Richard Schreiber Estate, George Reeb, and Thomas Connally Estate; Class III items from the 2nd session of Evergreen Ventures Coll; Cannons & Artillery from the second session of Springfield Arsenal Coll; and a plethora of Winchesters, Colts, and much, much, more…