Archive for October, 2009

Bonhams Annual London To Brighton Veteran Car Run Sale

Bonhams Annual London To Brighton Veteran Car Run Sale

. October 31, 2009

Held on the eve of the historic London to Brighton Veteran Car Run, the saleroom for Bonhams annual sale of veteran cars and other related automobilia was packed with spirited bidders who competed with an international audience on the telephones for the 310 lots up for grabs. The sale raised a total of £872,000 with […]

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Bonhams Auction of 19th Century Paintings, Drawings and Watercolour Totals £1.7 million

Bonhams Auction of 19th Century Paintings, Drawings and Watercolour Totals £1.7 million

. October 31, 2009

Bonhams sale of 19th Century Paintings, Drawings and Watercolour on October 28, made a total of £1.7 million, with images of Venice providing four of the top ten items in the sale. Peter Rees, of Bonhams Picture Department said: “We saw some excellent results for both Continental and British works. With the continuing strength of […]

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Christie’s to Auction Impressionist and Modern Art Works on Paper

Christie’s to Auction Impressionist and Modern Art Works on Paper

. October 31, 2009

Christie’s New York is pleased to present an exceptional line-up of offerings from the leading masters of the Impressionist and Modern periods in its upcoming Works on Paper and Day sales on November 4. Offering a combined 234 works in total, this season features an expanded selection of works on paper from a number of […]

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Bloomsbury Vintage & Modern Posters Sale

Bloomsbury Vintage & Modern Posters Sale

. October 30, 2009

Bloomsbury Auctions New York announces a Vintage & Modern Posters sale with an emphasis on rare and exotic travel posters. The 150 lots not only offer decorative beauty, but a solid financial asset. As the vintage poster market has well maintained its value, even in a time of volatile markets both in the worlds of […]

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Bloomsbury to Auction Artefacts from ‘New China’ and the Chinese Cultural Revolution

Bloomsbury to Auction Artefacts from ‘New China’ and the Chinese Cultural Revolution

. October 30, 2009

On 5th November 2009 Bloomsbury Auctions in London is staging the first ever sale devoted entirely to artefacts from ‘New China’ and the Chinese Cultural Revolution (1950-1976). Major exhibition pieces will be offered in addition to the renowned Little Red Books and other Mao memorabilia. Works by Senior Masters, who were given no time restraints, […]

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