October Firearms Auction A New World Record At $19.2 Million+

Auction Date: October 7th-9th, 2014

March Firearms Auction A World Record At Approximately $19 Million+

Exquisite 28 ga Boss Single Trigger O/U Game Gun| $207,000

March Firearms Auction A World Record At Approximately $19 Million+

Phenomenal Relief Carved John Armstrong Rifle (Sujansky Coll.) | $97,750

March Firearms Auction A World Record At Approximately $19 Million+

Exceptionally Fine A-3 L.C. Smith (Houchins Coll.) | $109,250

Julia’s October 2014 Firearms Auction
Continues to Raise the Bar!

Session 1 back cover
Session 1 back cover

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Special note regarding Springfield Arsenal Artillery Collection
Class III Firearms Information

For years, the Julia Firm has consistently conducted the highest grossing Firearms Auctions in the industry. Their October 7, 8 and 9 auction was an extraordinary success at $19.2 Million. Another new world auction record of highest gross ever attained at auction. Also for years, Julia’s has touted that they sell the greater number of high end expensive firearms. Once again, their monumental October auction confirmed this. Initial results are approx 550 lots generating $10,000 or more. Additionally, the Julia firm has handled the greater number of prestigious private and institutional collections in the firearms universe and indeed this was once again the case here. The headlines touted 10 phenomenal collections from iconic firearms collectors (but also included various others whose names could not be advertised). The sale was widely watched and anticipated by gun collectors, dealers, and gun enthusiasts. Most nearly any major niche in the current gun world was represented in proliferation, in both quality and quantity. Many wondered again if the market could bear such a diverse spectrum of high end, quality goods from so many areas. The resounding success of the sale continued to prove and drive home the fact that the firearms fraternity continues to be very alive, very active, and filled with great passion. As is with any auction, there were some lots that did not sell at the auction. This creates a wonderful opportunity for those who may have missed the auction or have interest in additional purchases. For a brief period of time, those lots will be posted on the website for post-sale offers. Julia’s is now amassing special consignments for their upcoming March 2015 sale which, based on early in-house inventory levels, will once again prove to be an extraordinary auction.