The sale will include four impressive works by renowned sportfish painter Stanley Meltzoff.
$4.8 million of that total were shelled out for sporting arms.
A three-day celebration of wildlife and nature through fine art, conservation education, and sporting demonstrations.
This rare decoy, which sold for $138,000, was originally acquired from Cromwell around 1915 by Dr. John Cunningham.
These remarkable offerings represent not only an opportunity for the buyers of fine firearms, but also for those wishing to sell.
Lions on Kill will be sold during Guyette & Deeter’s November 9, 2017, auction.
The sale will feature sporting arms from some of the world’s most renowned firms, including Holland & Holland, Rigby, W.W. Greener, Parker Brothers, Heym, Krieghoff, Blaser, and more.
Of special interest is an extremely rare offering of more than 50 German combination guns and drillings.
The Winchester Arms Collectors Association partnered with Turnbull Restoration to create this deluxe engraved firearm, which is chambered in .45-90.
This tribute to Europe and its hunting traditions will be auctioned off at next week’s SCI convention in Las Vegas.