Once again, the acclaimed Hermann Historica auction house brought history to life – while drawing huge crowds of bidders. Well over 3,000 exclusive lots came under the hammer and proved to be very much in favour. No surprise there! Once again, the renowned auction house succeeded in compiling a wide and diverse range of objects, including some veritable rarities and numerous fascinating collections.
This time extended to two weeks, the Autumn Auction of the historical auction house took place from 10 to 19 October in Grasbrunn near Munich. First up were the chapters of art, arms and armour, and firearms on 10 to 12 October, with the military history collectibles and a special catalogue from the acclaimed Dave Delich collection bringing up the rear the following week, from 17 to 19 October. The demand for exceptional objects was high, which resulted in some considerable price increases and a high sales quota. Hermann Historica was delighted to note that its customer base continues to grow and prides itself on the cooperation between consignors and experts that is founded on trust.