Archive for September, 2009

RED BARON’S NOV. 6-8 THREE-DAY AUCTION WILL FEATURE ONE OF THE VERY FIRST COMPUTERS, A 1926 ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM I AND LAMB STUDIOS LEADED WINDOWS

RED BARON’S NOV. 6-8 THREE-DAY AUCTION WILL FEATURE ONE OF THE VERY FIRST COMPUTERS, A 1926 ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM I AND LAMB STUDIOS LEADED WINDOWS

. September 30, 2009

(ATLANTA, Ga.) – Red Baron, already the Southeast’s premier auction house, is preparing for what promises to be its biggest sale ever — a three-day weekend event (not the customary two days) slated for Nov. 6th, 7th and 8th at Red Baron’s gallery facility, located at 6450 Roswell Road in Atlanta. Previews will be held […]

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William F. Reilly Collection to Be Offered at Christie’s New York

William F. Reilly Collection to Be Offered at Christie’s New York

. September 30, 2009

This October, Christie’s presents a special collection of fine art and furnishings from the Manhattan residence of the late Mr. William F. Reilly, a prominent philanthropist, collector, and former chief executive officer and chairman of the publishing firm Primedia. This superb collection of important 18th and 19th century furniture, rare antiquities, Old Master paintings, and […]

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Bust of Roman Emperor Caracalla for London Auction

Bust of Roman Emperor Caracalla for London Auction

. September 30, 2009

A bust of Caracalla, the notorious Roman Emperor who reigned from 211-217 and is remembered as one of the worst and cruellest rulers in the history of the Empire, will be auctioned at Bonhams Antiquities sale on October 28 in New Bond Street. It is estimated to sell for £150,000 – £250,000 Edward Gibbon described […]

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Sir Anthony van Dyck Self Portrait to Feature in Sotheby’s Sale

Sir Anthony van Dyck Self Portrait to Feature in Sotheby’s Sale

. September 30, 2009

Sotheby’s announced that its forthcoming Evening Sale of Old Master and Early British Paintings in London on Wednesday, December 9, 2009 will include an outstanding self portrait by Sir Anthony van Dyck, one of the most important artists to have worked in England. This masterpiece, which is van Dyck’s last portrait of himself, was painted […]

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Kaminski Two Day Appraisal Event

Kaminski Two Day Appraisal Event

. September 30, 2009

All Proceeds from Event Benefit American Red Cross of N.E. Massachusetts Kaminski Auctions, one of Massachusetts’ premier antiques and fine art auction houses, announces a major appraisal event October 2-3, 2009. Kaminski’s expert appraisers will be on-hand from 9:00am – 4:00pm both days at 564 Cabot Street, Beverly, Massachusetts. All proceeds from the event will […]

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Manx Norton and MV Agusta Motorcycles for Charterhouse Auction

Manx Norton and MV Agusta Motorcycles for Charterhouse Auction

. September 29, 2009

Two of the most revered names in motorcycle production history are being offered for sale at Charterhouse Auctioneers Classic Car, Motorcycle and Automobilia auction on 8th November at the Royal Bath and West Showground, Shepton Mallet. The motorcycles in question are a 1955 Norton Manx 30M and a 1985 MV Agusta ex team Firenze 900 […]

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Ketterer Kunst Auctions Rare Salvific History

Ketterer Kunst Auctions Rare Salvific History

. September 29, 2009

It can be yours, for € 25.000, the almost complete copy in an old coloring of the very rare “Sepculum humanae salvationis“. The fifth German edition of the so-called “spiegels menschlicher behaltnuß“, with some 272 woodcuts in the text, is a highlight in our upcoming Hamburg auction of Rare Books – Manuscripts – Autographs – […]

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