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Raymond Zyla

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Mohawk Arms Inc

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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 collectors on a world-wide basis. Our customers include museums, the professional investor, seri...more

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New Uniform and archive pertaining to WWII German Luftwaffe officer reaches $20,800 at Mohawk Arms sale

news-antique.com [cached]

It was a good sale overall, but an unpredictable sale too, said Ray Zyla of Mohawk Arms, Inc.
Items I never expected to do well common medals, for example sold for three or four times their high estimates. Other lots fell flat or were stagnant, such as World War I uniforms, certain firearms such as sporting guns and common-type muskets, and the common Civil War artifacts. But, he added, Colt, Winchester and Civil War carbine weapons continue to hold their own, and Civil War presentation swords, especially from the Confederacy, as well as the CSA belts, buckles and bayonets, always seem to do well. Its a fickle market, Zyla said.


www.militarytrader.com

"It was a good sale overall, but an unpredictable sale too," said Ray Zyla of Mohawk Arms, Inc.
"Items I never expected to do well - common medals, for example - sold for three or four times their high estimates. Other lots fell flat or were stagnant, such as World War I uniforms, certain firearms such as sporting guns and common-type muskets, and the common Civil War artifacts." But, he added, Colt, Winchester, and Civil War carbine weapons "continue to hold their own," and Civil War presentation swords, especially from the Confederacy, as well as the CSA belts, buckles and bayonets, always seem to do well. "It's a fickle market," Zyla said.


www.militarytrader.com

"It was a good sale overall, but an unpredictable sale too," said Ray Zyla of Mohawk Arms, Inc.
"Items I never expected to do well - common medals, for example - sold for three or four times their high estimates. Other lots fell flat or were stagnant, such as World War I uniforms, certain firearms such as sporting guns and common-type muskets, and the common Civil War artifacts." But, he added, Colt, Winchester and Civil War carbine weapons "continue to hold their own," and Civil War presentation swords, especially from the Confederacy, as well as the CSA belts, buckles and bayonets, always seem to do well. "It's a fickle market," Zyla said.


New Uniform and archive pertaining to WWII German Luftwaffe officer reaches $20,800 at Mohawk Arms sale

news-antique.com [cached]

"It was a good sale overall, but an unpredictable sale too," said Ray Zyla of Mohawk Arms, Inc.
"Items I never expected to do well - common medals, for example - sold for three or four times their high estimates. Other lots fell flat or were stagnant, such as World War I uniforms, certain firearms such as sporting guns and common-type muskets, and the common Civil War artifacts." But, he added, Colt, Winchester and Civil War carbine weapons "continue to hold their own," and Civil War presentation swords, especially from the Confederacy, as well as the CSA belts, buckles and bayonets, always seem to do well. "It's a fickle market," Zyla said.


antiques-collectibles-auction-news.com

"Areas I thought would do well fell flat, while some others far exceeded our expectations," said Ray Zyla of Mohawk Arms, Inc.
"Categories that were somewhat disappointing included German steel helmets and Civil War swords and equipment, although Confederate canteens did do well and were the exception." As for categories that held their own or surpassed expectations, Zyla listed these to include swords (German Imperial, Third Reich and Samurai especially), Civil War handguns and revolvers, American combat knives, German Third Reich daggers, reference books and medals and badges. He added, "World War I items are coming on strong, but just in interest, not prices."


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