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    Quote Originally Posted by desperatedan View Post
    There's more of the collection here - SESSION 2 - EXCEPTIONAL FIREARMS AUCTION! - Poulin Antiques Auctions

    Some Longbranch 4T's, a couple of L42A1's (one Longbranch, and one BSA with an REL Mk3 scope) and other very interesting rifles. Oh to be in the USAicon!
    Thanks for the link, I didn't notice the Poulin's auction! Seems a bit odd that they split up the whole collection.

    Edit: not all rifles from his collection are in the Poulin's auction. I wonder where they had put the rest?
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    The rest of the faris collection will be offered in poulins Oct auction

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    Quote Originally Posted by Promo View Post
    For what I know: they tried to sell the whole collection in one part or in larger groups, but everything was priced at Ian Skennertons estimates. Therefore everything added up to a number exceeding 7 digits. And the market for those who would buy everything at once is rather small, especially when considering that collecting is also about the hunt for every single piece where as buying a complete collection with every small gap filled is rather boring.
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    And, beside the Howell, a ZH-29 Holek; seriously interesting piece!

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