Diamond Springs Gold Rush Collection: photograph of town, mining letter

Bid Live in the Great American Treasure Hunt of Western Americana and Numismatics

Collectors and enthusiasts worldwide are invited to iCollector.com for a major auction from Holabird Western Americana that will be showing for three days, September 13th to 15th. With live internet bidding powered by the Live Auction Group, bidders worldwide can view the live video broadcast directly from Reno, Nevada. There will be live bidding available on virtually any mobile device such as smartphones, tablets, pc’s and any Apple product.

Holabird Western Americana is bringing their outstanding reputation and delivering over 1500 lots of collectibles and numismatics up for auction. Featured in this three day auction is the estate of Gordon Harris. Mr. Harris was a popular and leading banker in Reno, Nevada and a respected collector. Among the items for auction are a 1907 Cadillac Tour Car, which is a model G factory custom runabout that has been fully restored. Also offered is a model 1860 Henry rifle. This is the model rifle used by the American native tribes against General Custer at the battle of The Little Big Horn.

The 1907 Touring Cadillac can be found in the online catalog at Lot 295 via iCollector.com, and is a major highlight of the first day of the auction. This classic car is typical of the touring cars that first visited Nevada mining camps. It has been fully restored by Vintage Car Stuff, who are a veteran of the Pebble Beach antique auto show circuit. This car has only been driving rarely and always placed in careful storage. There is an extensive description and history of the car, as well as a stunning photograph, available online. This will attract a worldwide group of bidders, and any interested collectors can register quick and simple through iCollector.com and place their bids before the sale or compete with one another live.

The rifle as part of Mr. Harris’s collection also come on the first day of the sale at Lot 465. This is truly the ultimate firearm for the western collector. The 1860 Henry repeating rifle has a beautiful brass frame with slightly weathered walnut butt stock. The New Haven Arms Company manufactured this beautiful firearm and collectors can note the serial number of 10749. The NRA grades this as good to very good; which makes this an exceptional piece of history that will delight the winning bidder. Bidding is already taking place before the sale, and interest is high. View the beautiful photographs and an extensive description on iCollector.com.

The second day of the sale is highlighted with an extensive listing of books, certificates, and material of interest. Bidders who are interested in numismatics and historical tokens, are encouraged to view the catalog for the third session on Sept 15th. In this part of the catalog collectors will find page after page of interesting tokens and coins to add to their collection.

Wherever you are in the world and whatever your collecting interests are, this auction is sure to satisfy. Registration for the live broadcast is safe and secure from any computer, laptop, or mobile device. Visit iCollector.com and search for Holabird Western Americana to view this sale as well as keep up to date on upcoming auctions.