James D. Julia
Oct. 4-7 Fairfield, ME
Our spectacular fall auction will include about $20 million worth of rare and important firearms, including: a Cashmore shotgun made for Annie Oakley: a gold inlaid and Ulrich engraved 1895 Winchester attributed to Teddy Roosevelt; an 1861 State of New York Contract Delafield field gun on carriage; a Krider LeMat prototype revolver made for Dr. LeMat; an 1883 Navy Gatling Gun; an ivory inlaid and gold high art Schuetzen rifle built by the renowned firm Carle Stiegele as the Honor Prize for the 8th German Federal Shooting Contest in 1884; and weapons from more than a dozen collections.
Oct. 15-16 St. Petersburg, FL
A two-day auction featuring outstanding antiques and fine art from Florida's foremost estate auction sale room, at 2528 30th Ave. North in St. Pete. We buy, sell, auction and appraise. Monthly auctions. Always accepting quality consignments. Info: 727-821-1167, www.burchardgalleries.com.
Oct. 20-22 Walworth, WI
The finest single collection of investment-grade road art ever brought to auction over 1,200 lots. At 119 Badger Street in Walworth. Info: 262-275-5050, www.mecum.com/roadart
Rock Island Auction Company
Dec. 2-4 Rock Island, IL
A 3-day Premiere Firearms Auction, open to the public and featuring over 2,700 lots. Featuring the collections of Robert Bretherton (Part 3), Robert M. Lee (Part 2), Thor Edgeberg, John H. Bill, Gregory May, and Lt. Col. David Forsythe. Info: 800-238-8022, 309-797-1500, www.rockislandauction.com.