Here some other interesting (albeit, useless) information. The most wins for this week was over 2,000. If we assume that those were all 3 trophies wins, that person single-handedly produced 6,000 trophies. Imagine if there was a guild solely comprised of such individuals.
Now, for the hypotheticals:
(For the sake of consistency, let's pretend none of them get will burnout or have anything that will disrupt their 2,000 wins. Some of the following is also built around the assumption that all current top 50 guilds make zero progress within the same time frame.)
In one week, the guild would have enough trophies to be ranked on the Top 50 Guilds Leaderboard (180,000 trophies vs. the top 50's 164,471 trophies prerequisite).
In two weeks, the guild would have enough trophies to break into the top 10 guilds (360,000 vs the top 10's 341,523 requirement).
In three weeks, the guild would have more trophies than all but three guilds (540,000 trophies).
In four weeks, they would have amassed enough trophies to surpass all guilds currently on the leaderboard (the highest is currently 703,339 trophies) and claim the spot of number one (720,000 trophies).
Assuming that they all get the minimum amount of gold possible at 3 trophies battles, 600 gold (this is anecdotal, as well--circa the lowest I've ever seen it go), they would gather 36 million (36,000,000) gold per week. It is worth noting that this is before any multipliers are applied to the calculations.
Also, at just over 5 ½ weeks, the guild would reach one million (1,000,000) trophies. In this time, they would have gained 200 million (200,000,000) gold before multipliers. Furthermore, assuming that they all have Deathknight or Dragon armor (+100% gold from battles), the total moves up to 400 million (400,000,000) gold. Even furthermore, if they all have 100% gold multiplying armor on and are all at VIP 15 (an additional 150% battle gold), the final total would move up to 700 million (700,000,000) gold in just over five and one half weeks.
Anyways, like I said, it's all pretty useless and hypothetical, but sometimes I like to think about these sort of things.