March, 2008

Five Centuries Of Art At Bonhams Inaugural Sculpture Sale

Five Centuries Of Art At Bonhams Inaugural Sculpture Sale

Bonhams is to hold its first Sculpture Sale at its New Bond Street salerooms on 15 April 2008. Over 120 works of art by some of the world’s most revered sculptors, and spanning five centuries, will go under the hammer in London next month. The sale embraces sculpture from a number of different media and […]

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A Well-Focused Collection Of Superb Old Master Paintings To Be Offered In New York This April

A Well-Focused Collection Of Superb Old Master Paintings To Be Offered In New York This April

New York – Christie’s New York annual Important Old Master Paintings sale is set to take place on April 15 and features a broad selection of French, German, English, Dutch and Italian masterworks. Expected to realize in excess of $35 million, this is the third year in which the Important Old Master Paintings sale is […]

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Motley’s Richmond Auto Auction Gears Up For Another Collector Car Sale This April 17-18

Motley’s Richmond Auto Auction Gears Up For Another Collector Car Sale This April 17-18

Rain or shine every Friday morning, a host of private individuals and regional automotive dealers flock to a large new building near Virginia’s largest inland shipping port at Deepwater Terminal to buy and sell cars and trucks. Most of these vehicles are everyday drivers, some of them completely driven down to the last tread on […]

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New Patriotic Auction Service Benefits Our Troops

New Patriotic Auction Service Benefits Our Troops

A new service has been deployed that features a new take on charitable donation to the military. MilBid.com is an auction service much like the other hundreds of services you’d find on the Internet. But what sets MilBid.com apart from the rest is the fact that it donates profits from auctions to our military. These […]

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Classic Marx, Disney and Japanese Toys in Smith House Auction

Classic Marx, Disney and Japanese Toys in Smith House Auction

Toys made by the biggest name in American tin windups, Louis Marx, will highlight the April sale of Smith House Toy & Auction Company. The spring roundup will also feature a selection of about two dozen boxed, battery-operated toys made in Japan in the 1950s and 60s; two dozen boxed windups made by the Japanese […]

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The Most Important Collection Of Period Jewels To Be Offered At Christie’s New York

The Most Important Collection Of Period Jewels To Be Offered At Christie’s New York

New York – Christie’s is honored to announce the most spectacular and comprehensive collection of period jewels from the 17th century through modern day in the April 15th evening sale in New York, Rare Jewels and Gemstones: The Eye of a Connoisseur. With 115 lots, this extraordinary collection expects to realize record prices for historical […]

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WATERCOLOR ON BOARD PAINTING BY ALFRED HUTTY (S.C., 1877-1954) SELLS FOR $34,500 AT MARCH 15 SALE HELD BY LELAND LITTLE AUCTION & ESTATE SALES, LTD

WATERCOLOR ON BOARD PAINTING BY ALFRED HUTTY (S.C., 1877-1954) SELLS FOR $34,500 AT MARCH 15 SALE HELD BY LELAND LITTLE AUCTION & ESTATE SALES, LTD

(Hillsborough, N.C.) – A watercolor on Bainbridge board street scene by the renowned South Carolina painter Alfred Hutty (1877-1954) sold for $34,500 to take top lot honors at a Fine and Decorative Arts Cataloged Antique Auction held March 15 by Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales, Ltd. The multi-estate sale was held at the firm’s […]

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Historic Air & Space Exploration Items from Cernan, Mitchell, Duke and Others to be Offered by Heritage

Historic Air & Space Exploration Items from Cernan, Mitchell, Duke and Others to be Offered by Heritage

Dallas, TX: A foot-long aluminum scoop used by astronauts Alan Shepard and Edgar Mitchell to pick up moon dust on the 1971 Apollo 14 mission is estimated to sell for a quarter-million dollars in a public auction to be conducted by Heritage Auction Galleries (www.HA.com) in Dallas, Texas and online on March 25, 2008. The […]

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William Wendt’s ‘View to the Valley’ to Highlight April Sale of California & American Paintings at Bonhams & Butterfields

William Wendt’s ‘View to the Valley’ to Highlight April Sale of California & American Paintings at Bonhams & Butterfields

From the lavish brushwork of a Western landscape to the myriad of textures embodied by a metropolitan setting, the representation of the American experience, as captured on canvas, is awash in color, texture, beauty and light. On April 8, 2008, Bonhams & Butterfields – California’s oldest and largest auction house– will bring artworks embodying the […]

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