Posted January 10, 2018 6:44 pm by Comments

By Ammoland

John Wayne's .38/.44 fixed-sight custom revolvers.

Milestone to auction Hitler’s ‘million dollar’ wartime desk, Nazi physician’s 1936 Mercedes-Benz, Komar & Melamid Yalta Conference painting, unique militaria, Jan. 27 2018. Also featured: 150+ antique firearms Civil War major general’s frock coat, extensive Luftwaffe pilot collection, captured Nazi standarte, John Wayne’s custom revolvers.

Two 1932 Smith & Wesson matching .38/.44 fixed-sight revolvers, personal property of movie icon John Wayne, JW initials on grips, hand-tooled leather double holster with gold-overlaid, ruby-adorned silver buckles; stirrups, spurs. Est. $10,000-$20,000

WILLOUGHBY, Ohio – -(Ammoland.com)- While little good ever comes of war, its outcome shapes the future for generations to come, both on the winning and losing sides of the battlefield. A panoramic overview of America’s wartime history, as defined by the memorabilia of its heroes, allies and most reviled enemies, will be the focal point of Milestone’s Jan. 27 Historic Military & Firearms Auction.

The suburban Cleveland company will present 668 lots of extraordinary rarities, including Adolf Hitler’s personal desk and chair, a large and provocative Komar & Melamid painting titled Yalta Conference, and a uniform frock coat that belonged to a Civil War major general. Additional highlights include a 1936 Mercedes-Benz 170V two-door coupe that belonged to Nazi SA physician Dr. …Read the Rest

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