Archive for October, 2009

The In-Sight Photography Project ‘s Eleventh Annual Silent Auction

The In-Sight Photography Project ‘s Eleventh Annual Silent Auction

. October 1, 2009

During the month of October, The In-Sight Photography Project’s Eleventh Annual Silent Auction and Exhibit will be on display at the Vermont Center for Photography. In-Sight invites the public to an opening reception during gallery walk on Friday October 2, from 5:30 to 8:30 pm at the Vermont Center for Photography, located next door to […]

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Warhol, Escher, Lichtenstein Artworks for Heritage Auction

Warhol, Escher, Lichtenstein Artworks for Heritage Auction

. October 1, 2009

When Heritage Auctions’ Signature® Modern & Contemporary Art Auction opens Oct. 7 at its Dallas Design District Annex, Abstract Expressionist and Pop Art greats such as Sam Francis, Paul Jenkins, Joan Mitchell, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Robert Indiana will grab the attention of collectors with their works of energy, dynamism and mass appeal. “Buyers […]

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Luther King Rocking Chair for Dallas Auction

Luther King Rocking Chair for Dallas Auction

. October 1, 2009

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Lincoln Rocking Chair, a true relic of American history as well as a place of respite for the beloved Civil Rights Movement leader – will headline the 20th Century Icons Auction at Heritage Auction Galleries, Nov. 6-8. The chair was bought by Hermine I. Popper for Dr. King to use […]

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October Fine Jewelry Sale at Bonhams New York

October Fine Jewelry Sale at Bonhams New York

. October 1, 2009

Several highly anticipated pieces will be offered during the nearly 250 lot Fine Jewelry sale to be presented at Bonhams New York this October. Amongst the most coveted lots is a collection of 10 pieces of gold and diamond jewelry from a Los Olivos, CA collector. Undoubtedly, the most desirable item from the collection is […]

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Bertoia’s Auction of Kaufman Toys, part II Takes $3m

Bertoia’s Auction of Kaufman Toys, part II Takes $3m

. October 1, 2009

Exhibiting all the “bells and whistles” collectors yearn for, a circa-1912 Marklin live-steam fire pumper blazed to the top of prices realized in Bertoia Auctions’ Sept. 25-26 sale of the Donald Kaufman antique toy collection, part II, achieving $149,500 (inclusive of 15% buyer’s premium) against an estimate of $40,000-$50,000. An exciting event that drew scores […]

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