November 3, 2016, 9:00 AM CST
Rock Island, IL, USALive Auction
Lot 101: Fourteen sets of Rock Island Auction Company Catalogs(29 views)
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Description: Fourteen sets of Rock Island Auction Company Catalogs Auction dates included are: May 2008 with 2 volumes, September 2008 with 2 volumes, December 2008 with 2 volumes, September 2009 with 2 volumes, May 2011 with 2 volumes, September 2011 with 2 volumes, December 2011 with 2 volumes, April 2012 with 2 volumes, September 2012 with 3 volumes, December 2012 with 3 volumes, September 2013 with 3 volumes, September 2014 with 3 volumes, April 2015 with 3 volumes and December 2015 with 3 volumes. Prices realized included with each set of catalogs. Manufacturer: None Model: None BBL: Stock: Gauge: N/A Finish: Grips: Serial Number: Class: Other Condition:
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