- Auction: October 4-7, 2016: 10:00 am
- Preview: October 1-3, 2016: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
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- Session 1: Lots 1000-1692
- Session 2: Lots 2000-2407
- Session 3: Lots 3000-3599
- Session 4: Lots 4000-4475
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This will be the most spectacular firearms auction of the fall season. Well over 2,000 lots will be represented in this incredible four day event. One exciting highlight includes an 1883 Gatling gun. It is generally known that only around 12 of these specimens exist. This example is believed to be one of the more complete ones known. Julia’s offered one in our last auction, sold without the original bronze base, however this one includes the base. This example is perhaps the finest of the 12.
Additional examples include “The King’s Gun,” the Alrich high relief engraved Winchester Model 1866, the Extraordinarily Rare Nimschke “Bank Note” Winchester Model 1866, spectacular offering of Colt firearms feauturing the second session of the Steve Ardia collection, many fine Single Action Armys, and a phenomenal collection of Colt 1911s including a prized Singer and much, much more.
As always, Julia’s is known for presenting the finest collections in the country. The William Larkin Moore Private Estate, Gerald Basham, Dr. Robert G. Cox Estate, G.W. Bill Stewart of Sonora TX, Friedrich-Wilhelm Dauphin of Germany, Carmen Gianforte, Allen Hallock, Scott Lefever, John Roark, Jim Baldwin, Wayne McNeese, Charles Copeland Jr., Rick Hill, Daniel C. Scott, Tig Sogoian Estate, the second session of the Steve Ardia collection, and the final offering of the Dr. Geoffery Sturgess Collection from Zurich Switzerland.