Bid Live Online at Proxibid During Two-Day Firearms Auction Proxibid, the world’s largest provider of live auction webcasting services, today announced that it will provide live online bidding for a major firearms auction presented by Kull’s Old Town Station.
News-Antique.com - Apr 05,2009 - Proxibid, the world’s largest provider of live auction webcasting services, today announced that it will provide live online bidding for a major firearms auction presented by Kull’s Old Town Station. The two-day auction will take place Friday, April 17 and Saturday, April 18 at 9:00 a.m. CDT respectively via Proxibid. Auction registration and pre-bidding are already available by visiting www.proxibid.com/kull.
More than 2,000 lots of firearms and accoutrements will cross the auction block during this two-day live auction webcast. Friday’s event will feature a large assortment of modern and collectible military arms and accoutrements. This auction includes many estate firearms which haven’t surfaced in years. Additionally, bidders won’t want to miss the eclectic assortment of quality C & R and pre-ban military guns of the 20th century. Day one will close with a nice collection of Colt commemorative, New Frontier 22 caliber and modern sporting arms.
On Saturday, bidders will be treated to outstanding Colts, Winchesters, Browning’s, LC Smiths, AH Fox, Greifelt, LeFever, William Richards, WW Greener, Smith and Wesson, Ruger and many others. Additionally, more than 250 double shotguns will be available for online bidding, including more than 50 pre-64 Winchester’s featuring Models 1876, ‘86, ‘92, ‘94, Mod 12 and 70. More than 40 boxed Browning’s – a Kansas collection spanning the 19th and 20th centuries – civil war era Spencer’s, Sharps and Burnside carbines, Pythons and Anacondas, Smith and Wesson’s, Marlins, Remington’s, Savage, and many more. In addition to the firearms, more than 800 lots of ammunition, books, bayonets, knives and accoutrements will also be cross the block during this auction.
“This auction has something for every collector,” said auctioneer, Dan Kull. “This collection includes pieces which haven’t been available for several years. We are thrilled to bring this auction online, allowing anyone who has been waiting for this collection to surface to participate from their personal computer.”
For more information about this auction, to register to bid or to leave a pre-bid, please visit www.proxibid.com/kull.
Since 2002, Proxibid has webcast more than 16,000 auctions – more than any other company in the industry. Proxibid’s proprietary live Internet bidding service and Web site were developed by auctioneers and industry-leading professionals to provide our bidders with the most user-friendly and comprehensive live online auction experience possible.
Proxibid’s customer service and support is unmatched in the industry. The company’s toll-free support center is open before, during and after every live auction, and is staffed with bi-lingual auction specialists who assist both bidders and auctioneers. For more information about Proxibid, please visit us online at www.proxibid.com.