iCollector.com is pleased to open up for bidding the huge two day sale from Carol Watson’s Orange Coast Auctions. This auction event will be happening March 7th and 8th, and absentee bidding is currently available online. Each session will show over 600 lots of fine and vintage material as well as contemporary pieces. Secure registration is available now on iCollector.com, and live bidding can be accessed through any table, smartphone, PC, or Mac.
Included in this fantastic auction is a fine Luger collection, collectible sporting rifles and shotguns, military rifles and pistols, antique firearms, as well as modern handguns. There is also a selection of edged weapons, militaria, and closeout items from a local gun store. Carol Watson’s Orange Coast Auctions has over 32 years in the firearms auction field to draw from, with a goal of providing a complete range of services. Orange Coast Auctions broadcasts all their auctions from Southern California with online bidding through iCollector.com
Lot 67 is a standout firearm early in the first day of the auction. This Early Cold Government Model Semi Automatic Pistol is in excellent condition. Some of the features are .45 ACP cal, 5” barrel, blue finish, and factory checkered walnut grips. The early provenance of this pistol is it was shipped new as a wedding gift on Sept 8th, 1914. Several clear photos and a full description are available now for online viewing. Bidding is opening at $2250 and this highly sought after piece will be receiving much attention during the live auction.
The most outstanding and exciting firearm in the sale is up for auction on the section session, March 8th. This is a rare and possible one of a kind firearm that is a once in a lifetime find for collectors. Bidders can find this at Lot 701 on iCollector.com. This is a .45 Cal Model 1906 “GL” Lugar Carbine rifle. This has an 11 ½ inch barrel, a blue finish with straw small parts, checkered walnut grips, as well as checkered detachable buttstock. The condition is excellent. A full description, details on provenance, as well as several detailed photographs are available on iCollector.com. Any firearm collector should at least view and read about this piece as it is something very rare to find at auction.
The live auction is broadcasting live on March 7th and 8th, 2015 at 10AM Pacific Time both days. With over 600 lots in each day, there will be something for the beginning collector right up to the most experienced. Pieces will be available to suit any collection. While live bidding is on the auction date, bids can be left now in the online catalog for those who cannot bid on auction day. The bidding technology and secure registration is the simplest in the industry and available with just a few clicks using any smartphone, tablet, Mac, or PC. Search for Carol Watson Orange Coast on iCollector.com to join the auction today.