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Hart Davis Hart Wine Co. to Hold Sixth Annual  Celebration of Burgundy Auction Estimated to Hammer Between $3.3-4.9M

Hart Davis Hart Wine Co. to Hold Sixth Annual Celebration of Burgundy Auction Estimated to Hammer Between $3.3-4.9M

| March 10, 2017

Featuring DRC, Jayer, Leroy, Rousseau, and More (Chicago, IL)-Hart Davis Hart Wine Co. is pleased to announce that our sixth annual Celebration of Burgundy will be held on April 1st. This special sale, which is devoted exclusively to the wines of Burgundy, will feature 1,448 lots projected to fetch $3.3-4.9 million. Worldwide demand for Burgundy […]

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GAVIN GARDINER LTD’S AUCTION TO INCLUDE RIFLES FROM COLLECTION OF SPORTING ARTIST, AUTHOR & BIG GAME HUNTER H. FRANK WALLACE

| March 9, 2017

Gavin Gardiner’s first sale of 2017 will include 9 sporting and big game rifles from the H. Frank Wallace Collection. The auction will take place at Sotheby’s, New Bond Street, London W1A 2AA on Wednesday, April 12, 2017. H. Frank Wallace of Corrimony (21st March 1881 to 16th September 1962) was an Artist, Author and […]

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PAIR OF DRAWINGS BY MARC CHAGALL COMBINE FOR MORE THAN $25,000 IN AN INTERNET-ONLY AUCTION HELD FEBRUARY 22 BY THE WOODSHED GALLERY

PAIR OF DRAWINGS BY MARC CHAGALL COMBINE FOR MORE THAN $25,000 IN AN INTERNET-ONLY AUCTION HELD FEBRUARY 22 BY THE WOODSHED GALLERY

| March 8, 2017

The auction featured prints and drawings by Old and Modern Masters spanning four centuries. FRANKLIN, Mass. – A pair of drawings on white paper by the renowned Russian-born French artist Marc Chagall (1887-1985) combined for over $25,000 in an online-only fine art auction held February 22nd by The Woodshed Gallery, based in Franklin. The sale […]

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Original 1968 Mad Magazine Beatles Cover Art stars in Hake’s March 14-16 Auction

Original 1968 Mad Magazine Beatles Cover Art stars in Hake’s March 14-16 Auction

| March 8, 2017

YORK, PA – Looking back on the year 1967, some might say that it was, paradoxically, a time of peace, love and war. Lyndon B. Johnson was president, 475,000 US troops were fighting in Vietnam, the Beatles unveiled their immortal Sgt. Pepper’s LP, and the Chiefs and Packers squared off at the first Super Bowl. […]

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Fine Estates Yield French & American Paintings, Chinese Treasures, Antique Silver, Timepieces at Michaan’s Auctions

Fine Estates Yield French & American Paintings, Chinese Treasures, Antique Silver, Timepieces at Michaan’s Auctions

| March 6, 2017

Alameda, California – Michaan’s has seen many successful sales of waterfront scenes and seascapes in recent months, from a range of different periods and locales. March brings to auction the fine French painting “Ship in Harbor” attributed to Albert Marquet (1875-1947), whose career spanned one of the most exciting periods in the history of art. […]

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870 LOTS OF NATIVE AMERICAN AND WESTERN ARTIFACTS, ART & RELATED COLLECTIBLES WILL BE SOLD AT BIG SPRING PHOENIX, MARCH 11th AND 12th

870 LOTS OF NATIVE AMERICAN AND WESTERN ARTIFACTS, ART & RELATED COLLECTIBLES WILL BE SOLD AT BIG SPRING PHOENIX, MARCH 11th AND 12th

| March 3, 2017

The auction will be held by Allard Auctions at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites in Mesa, Arizona. MESA, Ariz. – A pair of Native American cradleboards (one Iroquois, one toy Crow), a tanned elk hide Cheyenne men’s war shirt and an early 1900s 3rd Phase Navajo chief’s blanket are a few of the expected […]

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Items from the family of Seymour H. Knox (Buffalo, NY) to be sold at Cottone Auction’s March 25th Fine Art/Antiques Auction

Items from the family of Seymour H. Knox (Buffalo, NY) to be sold at Cottone Auction’s March 25th Fine Art/Antiques Auction

| March 2, 2017

GENESEO, N.Y. – On Saturday, March 25th, Cottone Auctions will be conducting its annual Fine Arts & Antiques Auction beginning at 11 am Eastern time. The estimated 400 lots will include items from the Seymour H. Knox Collection out of Buffalo, N.Y., plus items from the Strong Museum in Rochester, N.Y., the Rochester Museum and […]

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