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We're a family-owned live auction company specializing in beautiful, high-quality American antiques, Firearms, Western Art, Bits, Spurs, and Americana.
Next Auction - July 16th & 17th. Over 800 quality items, Including more from the Paxton Littlepage estate.
Large collection of vintage Colts, Winchesters, Smith & Wessons. Incredible collection of antique gambling items.
One of the finest and most extensive collections of High Standard Pistols, many New in Box.
Extensive collection of Shilen Rifles in many unusual and desirable calibers.
Large collection of Winchester Rifles
Extremely fine collection of Hammerli Custom Target Pistols.
Large and extensive collection of Smith & Wesson Revolvers, most all models and barrel lengths, some scarce.
Two Merkel Shotguns • W. Glaser • Ferlach • Ludwig Borovnik • Heckler & Koch • F.W. Heym • Steyr • Oberndorf • Anschutz • J.P. Sauer •
Benelli • Sig 210 • Weatherby • Rossi • Ithaca • L.C. Smith • Sharps • Kimber • Browning • BSA • Sako • Star • Rock Island • Walther • Beretta • large group of Ruger hand guns and Rifles • Thompson • Glock • Stevens • Husqvarna • Marlin • very large collection of Colt Single Action
Revolvers • Double Action Revolvers • Custom model 1911s.
Military Arms including Lugers • Broom handle Mausers • Mauser Werke • Fabrique National • Military Long Arms • U.S. • German and others.
Many name brand Scopes and Binoculars by Zeiss, Swarovski, Leupold, and many others.
Groupings of ammunition. Holsters. Vast Firearms Reference Library.
To order your color catalog you may contact the A&S Auction office by calling 254-799-6044 or mailing check to
A&S Auction Co., - 2524 S. Robinson Dr., - Waco, Texas - 76706.
Catalogs are $25.00 and include priority shipping.
Auction will be held at the A&S Auction Co., Facility, 900 E. Loop 340, Waco, Texas.
Paxton King Littlepage was born in Waco on June 4, 1941, and died in Waco on February 28, 2015. He was a lifelong resident of Mart except for the years he attended the University of Texas at Austin.
After graduating from UT, from which he received his business and law degrees, he practiced law in Mart. Besides practicing law, he was the third generation to own and operate Littlepage Funeral Home in Mart, which his grandfather, E.P. Littlepage, Sr., established in 1916. During the 1970s and 1980s Paxton served as Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace. From 1984 until his death he served on the board of directors of the First National Bank of Central Texas.
When Paxton was a little boy, he methodically collected toy guns. Through the years his collection evolved to reflect his passionate love of both history and firearms.
We charge a 5% convenience fee for absentee and telephone bidding. We do not charge an in house buyer's premium.