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Owner

Phone: (315) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: m***@***.com
Mohawk Arms , Inc.
P.O. Box 157
Bouckville, New York 13310
United States

Company Description: Mohawk Arms Inc. is one of the oldest established dealer/auction houses in the United States. We have been in business for over 45 years and are known to militaria...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Owner
    Mohawk Auctions
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"We were very pleased with the ...
www.artfixdaily.com, 9 July 2014 [cached]
"We were very pleased with the results of this, our 71st auction," said Ray Zyla, the owner of Mohawk Arms, Inc.
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Zyla added, "American World War II items and groupings are gaining in popularity, especially when they can be connected to specific individuals.
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Zyla estimated between 75 and 80 people attended the auction in person, while another 800 registered to bid online. Phone and absentee bids were also recorded.
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Ray Zyla Mohawk Arms, Ltd. P: (315) 893-7888 mohawk@militaryrelics.com
Mohawk Auctions owner ...
www.antiqueweek.com, 18 Dec 2008 [cached]
Mohawk Auctions owner Ray Zyla has had "his moments" with this new technology. eBay's decision not to allow firearms and Nazi memorabilia on their site, in addition to many other "capricious" edicts by the Internet company have rankled Zyla to no end. However, at the time, they were the "only wheel in town." And, he says, that's not due to a lack of trying to find another conduit to his worldwide market.
"I've been trying to find a program for our auction site for two or three years now," he says, "and I've gotten absolutely nowhere. I've worked with local people - I've worked with people from out of town - and they say they're competent. But every time we get through with Stage One and we discuss our needs, it never advances beyond that, into Stage Two.
Mohawk delivers two large scale auctions, around 1,200 cataloged lots, twice per year. The next auction, according to Zyla will be in late May, early June, he says.
"We were very pleased with the ...
news-antique.com, 7 July 2014 [cached]
"We were very pleased with the results of this, our 71st auction," said Ray Zyla, the owner of Mohawk Arms, Inc. "Interest in the Americana items (which included the Rebel cannonball and took into account items from the colonial era to the Civil War, the Spanish-American War and World Wars I and II) is what really put us over the top. Those items did well across the board."
Zyla added, "American World War II items and groupings are gaining in popularity, especially when they can be connected to specific individuals.
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Zyla estimated between 75 and 80 people attended the auction in person, while another 800 registered to bid online. Phone and absentee bids were also recorded.
"We attracted a fair number of ...
www.militarytrader.com, 12 Feb 2014 [cached]
"We attracted a fair number of new bidders, both U.S. and foreign, and bids poured in from Europe, Asia and elsewhere," said Raymond Zyla, the owner of Mohawk Arms.
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Zyla said categories that did particularly well included daggers, bayonets, embroidered insignias (American and German), medals, badges, swords, uniforms and exotica. "Plus there were the usual surprises," he added, "like the set of German shoulder boards that we estimated at $75 and ended up selling to a collector from Japan for $2,115.
"We attracted a fair number of ...
www.worthpoint.com, 24 Jan 2014 [cached]
"We attracted a fair number of new bidders, both U.S. and foreign, and bids poured in from Europe, Asia and elsewhere," said Raymond Zyla, the owner of Mohawk Arms. "It was a great sale, and a true testament to the health of the market."
Zyla said categories that did particularly well included daggers, bayonets, embroidered insignias (American and German), medals, badges, swords, uniforms and exotica.
"Plus, there were the usual surprises," he added, "like the set of German shoulder boards that we estimated at $75 and ended up selling to a collector from Japan for $2,115.
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