The online catalog for Session 1 is here, and the catalog for Session 2 is here. I have to warn you, once you start browsing you will be there for a good while.
Here are a few items I have found interesting in my short time looking over the inventory.
It is so hard to choose what to highlight out of this auction.
How about this very early Take Down Model 94 with a case hardened receiver?
Or this Model 1886 Saddle Ring Carbine chambered in the hard hitting Cal.50-100-450?
Like your lever action with a bit of fancy? Check out this nicely engraved, inlaid and carved Winchester Model 1886 Deluxe in 45-70. Even the screw heads have nice detail.
Living in Texas, I need a good Bar B Cue gun. Think V will let me bid on this one?
More interested in assault type rifles? Here is a Confederate Lemat Percussion Carbine in Cal. 41/56.
And yes, there are modern rifles such as this French MAS MK3 Semi-Auto Bull-pup in .223.
There are over a thousand lots in this auction and there are easily a hundred that I would love to bid on. I would normally have highlighted the 1911's, but that may be fodder for another post. There is something for everyone, lots of somethings for everyone. The catalogs are works of art in and of themselves.
James D. Julia does a pretty awesome firearms auction.