Is that a case of Winnies, or are you just looking to pick up $218K?
Here we see the beauty that is 10 un-issused Winchester Model 94 Saddle Ring carbines in .30-30 (serial SN 924224, 924599, 924761, 924762, 924783, 924829, 925026, 925502, 930960, 930961) in their original crate.
The guns were all made in the early 1920s and have a 50th Anniversary stock band that was put on guns shipped in 1923. The story goes that renowned firearms collector and preservationist Herb Glass, Sr. found 13 cases (!) of Winchester 94s and Models 1895 in cal. 30-06 when cleaning out an old warehouse in New York in the 1950s, subsequently selling the crates for $150 each.
The guns had apparently been stockpiled on the East Coast as part of the effort to arm the British Home Guard in 1940-41 but never shipped, leaving Glass to pick them up for a song.
In the past 65~ years all of the crates have been broken up except for this one, which sold at auction through the Julia House in 2012 for $218,500.