Thursday 09 March 2017
Commencing at 10:30amBedford Auction Centre
8th March 2017 - 10:30am - 4:00pm
9th March 2017 - 9:30am - 12:45pm
Sales of Modern Sporting Guns and Antique Arms are now held quarterly at the Bedford Auction centre in conjunction with W&H Peacock by Southams Auctioneers who have been holding gun sales for over 35 years.
This sale to include: English & Continental Shotguns, Sporting & Target Rifles, Vintage & Modern Air Weapons, Flintlock, Percussion & Pinfire Weapons, Edged Weapons, Collectors Cartridges, Cases Magazines & Shooting equipment, Good Quality Fishing Tackle, Sporting Books & Pictures
Our wide experience of weapons of all kinds together with our market knowledge, auction expertise, specialist contacts and understanding of the relevant law and regulations, ensures that we can provide a complete and dedicated centre for acquisition and disposal.
If you require professional advice on any aspect of the acquisition or disposal of particular weapons or related items contact Nigel Croskell who will be pleased to provide marketing appraisal and valuation of prospective entries.
Contact Nigel: 01832 273565 firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Viewing for this sale will be Wednesday 9th March 10.30am-4.00pm, and on the morning of the sale from 9.30am-12.45pm
Future sale dates include:
Bedford – 9th March 2017 – Entries Now Invited
Bedford – 8th June 2017
Bedford – 14th September 2017
Bedford – 7th December 2017
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Sporting Guns & Antique Arms
.450 Nickel plated 6 shot revolver by S W Silver & Co, London. with patent safety hammer and extracting device,
Sold for £1550
"Pair of 22 bore Percussion overcoat pistols by Westley Richards, with double brown damascus barrels inscribed Westley Richards 170 New Bond St London, platinum breech plugs, engraved tang, captive ramrod, foliate engraved steel locks and hammers with slide safety, inscribed Westley Richards, engraved furniture, finely figured walnut stocks with horn tipped forends, chequered bag shaped butts with silver lozenge shaped escutcheons, 9 ins overall "
Sold for £3500