Published: October 5, 2016
FAIRFIELD, MAINE — James D. Julia kicked off his four-day firearms sale on October 4 and prices are already soaring as bidders are presented with over 2,000 rare and desirable firearms. The top lot from the first session was a spectacular Mauser C96 Transitional 1930 Commercial with matching stock that brought $10,350. As bidders got comfortable in their seats, session two found loftier bids in a Schuetzen rifle of exceptional quality that sold for $37,375. See the catalog online at http://jamesdjulia.com.
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