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Chippendale Masterpiece to Highlight Christie’s American Furniture and Folk Art Sale

Chippendale Masterpiece to Highlight Christie’s American Furniture and Folk Art Sale

. January 8, 2009

An 18th century Chippendale “plum-pudding” mahogany bombé chest-of-drawers with a unique provenance is the leading lot in this season’s sale of Important American Furniture and Folk Art. The January 23 auction features over 200 items of furniture, historic paintings, folk art, and a special added selection of English and Dutch Delft. The bombé chest-of-drawers is […]

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Sotheby’s To Sell Degas Petite Danseuse de Quatorze Ans

Sotheby’s To Sell Degas Petite Danseuse de Quatorze Ans

. January 7, 2009

Sotheby’s has announced that it is to offer Petite danseuse de quatorze ans in its next sale of Impressionist and Modern Art in London on the 3rd of February 2009. Estimated at £9 – 12 million, Petite danseuse de quatorze ans is one of the most ambitious and iconic of Degas’s works and a groundbreaking […]

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Palm Desert Condos for Online Auction

Palm Desert Condos for Online Auction

. January 7, 2009

The nation’s leader in online real estate auction marketing, LFC Group of Companies, has launched a new auction campaign on its residential real estate website, Freedom Realty Exchange (www.FRE.com/265R3). The auction, a builder closeout of 16 luxury condominiums located in the heart of Palm Desert, California, began December 17, 2008 and continues into the New […]

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Barrett-Jackson to Auction a Record 14 Charity Vehicles

Barrett-Jackson to Auction a Record 14 Charity Vehicles

. January 6, 2009

The Barrett-Jackson Auction Company will sell 14 vehicles to benefit various charities at No Reserve during the 38th Annual Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction in Scottsdale, Ariz., Jan. 11-18, 2009. The total marks the most charity vehicles ever sold during a single Barrett-Jackson event, with U.S. automakers General Motors and Ford Motor Company, as well as […]

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Historic Weathervane for Americana Auction

Historic Weathervane for Americana Auction

. January 3, 2009

On January 24, 2009 Sotheby’s will offer in its sale of Important Americana the most important, and perhaps the earliest, weathervane to appear on the auction market in recent history, A Rare and Important Molded Copper Fireman “Old Jake” Weathervane Made for the Union Fire Hall, now Charley Rouss Fire Company, Winchester, Virginia, dating to […]

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