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Auction Report: World War I Squadron Insignia, Archive Take Top-Lot Honors (8/4/13)
SONY DSCBOUCKVILLE, N.Y. — A World War I squadron insignia and archive pertaining to American pilot Lt. Paul Green took the … More >>


Collecting Outlaws: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (7/18/13)
Cabinet card set of Outlaw Jesse JamesRecently, gangsters were in the news in many ways. Jimmy Hoffa was “unearthed”—or wasn’t—again. Respected actor James Gandolfini, who portrayed … More >>


Complete Contents of West Stockbridge, Mass., English Country Estate to sell at Fontaine’s (6/12/13)
This carved R. J. Horner oak nine-tube grandfather clock, standing 120 inches tall, with movement by Westminster & Whittington, is expected to bring between $50,000 and $75,000 at a cataloged antique auction scheduled for Saturday, June 21, by Fontaine’s Auction Gallery.PITTSFIELD, Mass. – The entire contents of Somerset, an extraordinary English country estate manor located in West Stockbridge, Mass., will … More >>


Personal, Gold-Encrusted Carbine of King Louis XV to lead Julia Firearms Auction (3/4/13)
Louis XV gun trigger area detailFAIRFIELD, Maine — A one-of-a-kind German Sebastian Hauschka rifle—literally fit for a king—will be among the highlights in the upcoming … More >>


Two Extraordinary Rifles Created for Auto Magnate John Francis Dodge to Sell (3/4/13)
Dodge Winchester Inlay DetailFAIRFIELD, Maine — A 33-caliber model 1886 Winchester rifle, made for Dodge Motor Company co-founder and magnate John Francis Dodge, … More >>


Revolver Retrieved from Bonnie & Clyde ‘Death Car’ Will Be Sold by Mayo Auction (1/17/13)
Bonnie and Clyde gunKANSAS CITY, Mo. – A .32-caliber revolver retrieved from the stolen car driven by the outlaws Bonnie Parker and Clyde … More >>


Winchester 1886 by Turnbull Makes the Case for Restoring Antique Rifles (1/14/13)
turnbull1I have been in the firearms business my entire career. And for as long as I can remember, it has … More >>


Rebuilding a 1903 Jeffery Farquharson Rifle from a Cigar Box full of Parts (10/12/12)
farquharson2It was September of 2005 when Sid Johnson went to the Selous reserve in Tanzania for Cape buffalo and other … More >>


19th Century Black-Powder Flasks: Weapons & Militaria Collection Must-Haves (9/20/10)
91-51 While adding a new collection of black-powder flasks to my Web site, I reacquainted myself with flask terminology through … More >>


Kentucky Rifles: How to Gauge the Quintessential American Firearm (6/1/09)
A Kentucky style American rifle by Blunt & Syms of New York. It features a .44 caliber 38-inch octagonal barrel and a back action lock with a double set trigger.Surprisingly, one of America’s earliest triumphs in artistic and functional design, the “Kentucky rifle,” was not invented or generally fashioned … More >>


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