Important Gun & Military Auction

Important Gun & Military Auction Saturday, September 28th, 2019, 10 am Exit 98 Dublin at the Valley Auction Center Featuring an advanced collection of rare hunting and military firearms offered in two sessions. Session one: will include: 1903 Springfield with USMC marked scope, 1859 Sharps new model carbine in .50-70, Ithica model 600 skeet combo set, 3 M1 carbines, Winchester Pre 64 model 70 heavy barrel .30-06, Remington model 03A4 rifle, various .22 training rifles, from US, France, Poland, etc., large collection of 1903, 03A3, and M1 rifles from Springfield, Remington, Smith Corona, H&R, Winchester, etc., Westinghouse model 1891 Nagant rifle w/US Ordnance marks. M20 Springfield Armory rack, 1891/30 Nagant w/sniper rifle M1943 scope, Group of BSA rifles including International Match model, rare Ruger no1 rifle in .218 bee, Colt SP1 rifle manufactured in 1973, Colt 1911 A1 pistol shipped 1944, 1918 Erfurt Luger pistol, CYQ P38 pistol w/capture papers, rare M44 SA helmet, M40 Luftwaffe helmet, German Red Cross Hewer, Smith & Wesson model 25-5 in .45 Colt with original box, large selection of rifles from around the world including England, Switzerland, Japan, German, etc., Session Two: will have bayonets, vintage ammunition, web gear, reloading equipment and gun parts. DIRECTIONS From I-81 take Exit 98, go south on Rt. 100 .5 mi. turn at 1st left onto Hance Rd. Go .1 mi. & take a left onto Wilderness Rd. Go .7 mi. to Auction Gallery on left. TERMS: Cash, approved check & all major credit cards. A 15% Buyers Premium will be added to all sales. Online bidding will be offered through our app, liveauctioneers.com, & proxybid. All items sold "As is, Where is." PREVIEW: Friday, September 27, 2019 from 2-7 pm or by appointment. Doors open sale day at 8 am with the auction starting at 10 am  
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Featuring an advanced collection of rare hunting and military firearms offered in two sessions.

Important Gun & Military Auction
Saturday, September 28th, 2019, 10 am
Exit 98 Dublin at the Valley Auction Center

Featuring an advanced collection of rare hunting and military firearms offered in two sessions. Session one: will include: 1903 Springfield with USMC marked scope, 1859 Sharps new model carbine in .50-70, Ithica model 600 skeet combo set, 3 M1 carbines, Winchester Pre 64 model 70 heavy barrel .30-06, Remington model 03A4 rifle, various .22 training rifles, from US, France, Poland, etc., large collection of 1903, 03A3, and M1 rifles from Springfield, Remington, Smith Corona, H&R, Winchester, etc., Westinghouse model 1891 Nagant rifle w/US Ordnance marks. M20 Springfield Armory rack, 1891/30 Nagant w/sniper rifle M1943 scope, Group of BSA rifles including International Match model, rare Ruger no1 rifle in .218 bee, Colt SP1 rifle manufactured in 1973, Colt 1911 A1 pistol shipped 1944, 1918 Erfurt Luger pistol, CYQ P38 pistol w/capture papers, rare M44 SA helmet, M40 Luftwaffe helmet, German Red Cross Hewer, Smith & Wesson model 25-5 in .45 Colt with original box, large selection of rifles from around the world including England, Switzerland, Japan, German, etc., Session Two: will have bayonets, vintage ammunition, web gear, reloading equipment and gun parts.

DIRECTIONS From I-81 take Exit 98, go south on Rt. 100 .5 mi. turn at 1st left onto Hance Rd. Go .1 mi. & take a left onto Wilderness Rd. Go .7 mi. to Auction Gallery on left.
TERMS: Cash, approved check & all major credit cards. A 15% Buyers Premium will be added to all sales. Online bidding will be offered through our app, liveauctioneers.com, & proxybid.com. All items sold "As is, Where is."
PREVIEW: Friday, September 27, 2019, 2-7 pm or by appointment. Doors will open on sale day at 8 am with the auction starting at 10 am.

 

Terms and Conditions
1. All Lots are sold As is Where is.
2. Buyer's Premium: All items are sold subject to a 15% premium. All purchases will be in U.S. Dollars.
3. Pre-Approval: All online bidders will require registration and pre-approval. Valley Auctions, LLC will not accept bidders who do not fully fill out the registration or have marks against them through any online bidding platform.
4. Payment Terms: All online bidders are required to pay for their lot(s) by Tuesday, October 1, 2019. We accept all major credit cards.
5. Anti Fraud: All credit card payments will be quadruple verified by: credit card company/bank, name on card, zip code on card and shipping zip code. If ANY of the information does not match, Valley Auctions LLC will not ship said items unless another method of payment has been arranged.
6. Firearms Laws: All post - 1898 firearms must be registered in compliance with federal and Virginia state law. Purchasers of post - 1898 firearms must complete state and federal registrations forms at Valley Auctions LLC, 5351 Wilderness Road, Dublin, VA 24084, unless otherwise specified. Dealers and out of state purchasers must have in their possession on the day of sale, signed copies of their Federal Firearms License (FFL) in order to accept same day delivery of modern weapons. Purchasers who act as agents for FFL dealers must have a letter of agency as well as a signed copy of the dealer's FFL.
7. Shipping: Valley Auctions, LLC does not have an in house shipping department. If you are in need of a shipper we recommend the following:
The Packaging Store in Roanoke, VA. Please contact them at va203@gopackagingstore.com or at 540-772-0999 for quotes.
Or the buyer may have their choice of shipper. Items must be paid for in full before they will be allowed to be shipped. The buyer is responsible for all shipping, packaging, handling and insurance charges.
8. Condition of Goods: In publishing this catalog, Valley Auctions, LLC has endeavored to accurately describe all items being sold but all property being offered is to be sold AS IS. No statement in this catalog, bill of sale, invoice, or elsewhere by any representative of, or person in the employ of Valley Auctions, LLC shall be deemed to be a warranty, representation, or assumption of liability with respect to age, condition, size, quality, variety, importance, provenance, or historical relevance of any of these items. Please note that photographs may have had size modifications for display purposes. Also, variations in color may occur due to digital processing.
9. Disputes: The Auctioneer will be the final judge as to who is the successful bidder. In the event of any dispute, the Auctioneer shall, at his discretion, decide whether or not to reopen the bidding.
10. Title to Goods: Title to all merchandise shall pass to the successful bidder at the fall of the Auctioneer's hammer. The purchaser shall assume full responsibility for the lot purchased once title has passed.
11. Removal of Goods: Delivery and storage shall be available at purchaser's risk. We can hold items at our facility for a maximum of thirty (30) days. After thirty (30) days a storage fee will be charged of $20 per item. If items have not been picked up or arranged for shipping after this time items may be auctioned again at another auction.
12. Errors: Valley Auctions, LLC is not responsible for any typographical or any other error or omission in this catalogue or subsequent price key. Valley Auctions, LLC reserves the right to withdraw any property before the sale.
13. Agreement to Terms: In bidding on any lot, the bidder indicates acceptance of these Terms and Conditions of Sale. Title of each lot passes when the auctioneer says, "Sold". Thereafter, any loss by fire, theft, breakage, or any other cause is the sole responsibility of the purchaser. Merchandise must be packed and transported by the purchaser at his own risk and expense. If any employee or agent of Valley Auctions, LLC shall pack or transport the merchandise, it is fully at the risk, responsibility and expense of the purchaser and Valley Auctions, LLC shall not be liable for any loss or damage that may be caused by such employee or agent.
14. Bidder Responsibility: The bidder is responsible for knowing on which item(s) he or she is bidding. Upon becoming the winning bidder at auction, you have affected a contract and will be expected to pay for items in which you were evidenced to be the successful bidder. Auctioneer will not honor mistakes.
15. Acceptance of Bids: The Auctioneer reserves the right to accept or reject bids in any increment which the auctioneer deems to be in the best interest of the client, the seller. POOLS: Pools are associations of dealers or collectors formed with the purpose of keeping down auction prices for the benefits of its members. They are illegal in the United States and England. This has never occurred at our auctions, and under no circumstance will they ever be tolerated.