July, 2007

RIFLES OWNED BY THREE LEGENDARY AFRICAN HUNTERS TO BE SOLD BY BONHAMS

RIFLES OWNED BY THREE LEGENDARY AFRICAN HUNTERS TO BE SOLD BY BONHAMS

Hunters who organised safaris for Theodore Roosevelt, Ernest Hemingway, George Eastman and Baron Rothschild Bonhams will be selling rifles that were once owned and used by arguably three of the most famous professional white hunters in African history, epitomising big game hunting in the early years of the 20th Century, at the next Sporting Guns […]

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Bonhams Annual Quail Auction

Bonhams Annual Quail Auction

Each August an estimated 50,000 people from every corner of the globe descend upon a quaint seaside area of California for what’s unofficially known as the 10-day Monterey Peninsula Car Week, or Pebble Beach Week. This hallowed week has become a ‘must attend’ for any car enthusiast as it entails four concours d’elegance, two historic […]

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FROM HAREM COACHES TO HUNTING BIRDS SOURCED IN DISTANT LANDS BONHAMS SALE OF EXOTICA AROUSES INTERNATIONAL INTEREST

FROM HAREM COACHES TO HUNTING BIRDS SOURCED IN DISTANT LANDS BONHAMS SALE OF EXOTICA AROUSES INTERNATIONAL INTEREST

On 2 October 2007, Bonhams will hold one of the most extraordinary sales to be staged in London this year. Over 600 lots of non-European artefacts sourced by the venerable West End gallery owner Gordon Reece, will be sold for “no reserve” at Bonhams’ Knightsbridge salerooms. On his travels around the world Gordon Reece, interior […]

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There is life in UK commercial property auctions yet

There is life in UK commercial property auctions yet

Britain’s commercial property market may have passed its peak slightly, but the chance to buy a property at auction has not gone away, property advisor Savills has pointed out. Some might have thought otherwise, reading the report published today by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics), which showed the number of commercial properties sold […]

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