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Stout Auctions is committed to making the catalog and online bidding a better experience for you- our valued customers.
With that in mind, beginning with the December 1st auction and moving forward from that date a new bidding system will be in place. The plus side is that the photos are about twice the resolution as before and the platform is much more stable than the previous bidding system. The down side is that everyone will need to register again with their bidder information. Bidders will be able to use the information for ALL auctions moving forward, so you will only need to do this once.
Also, please make sure to read the terms and conditions for the auctions as we have changed quite a few items in our terms. Thank you and happy bidding!
October 30th, 2015 Williamsport, IN
October 31st, 2015 Williamsport, IN
November 7th, 2015 Williamsport, IN (click here to view online catalog and bidding)
Stout Auctions is proud to present one of the most significant brass model train collections that we have had in the history of Stout Auctions. We also believe that this is the most significant brass collection to reach the public market in years.
Stout Auctions will offer approximately 700 lots of brass trains in a spectacular one day sale. These trains are believed to be the last remaining intact section of the collection of Count Antonio Giansanti Coluzzi. Count Coluzzi's collection was famous around the world and was the subject of a 1984 book “The Trains on Avenue Rumine” The majority of the collection was sold by Christie's South Kensington in 1989. The trains in this collection were exported to the United States in 1987 and have remained together until now.
The sale will consist of both HO and O scale trains from manufactures such as KTM, Pacific Fast Mail, West Side Models, Tenshodo, Rokam, Mizuno, Toby, Max Gray, United, Dongjin, Samhongsa, and others. This is an outstanding collector grade collection, all sold at no reserve.
Do not miss this outstanding opportunity to own many of the finest brass trains ever produced. For more information please call 765-764-6901 or email email@example.com