April, 2008

WORKS BY RUSSIANS AND OLD MASTERS BRING BIG MONEY AT GENE SHAPIRO SALE

WORKS BY RUSSIANS AND OLD MASTERS BRING BIG MONEY AT GENE SHAPIRO SALE

(New York City, N.Y.) – A stylized and historical acrylic on canvas portrait of former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, done in 1989 by the Russian artist Semyon Faibisovich (b. 1949) and originally intended as cover art for an issue of TIME magazine, soared to $144,000 at an auction of important Russian art and other works […]

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AutographStore.com Auctions Authentic Celebrity Autographed Collectibles

AutographStore.com Auctions Authentic Celebrity Autographed Collectibles

New York, NY – The Autograph Store, a leading online celebrity autograph auction site, offers a constantly updated selection of authentic autographs, signed memorabilia, celebrity photos and much more. Users can register for free on AutographStore.com to bid on authentic celebrity autographed items. Registered users can monitor their auction watchlists and check auction results on […]

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LGB Australian Horse Auction

LGB Australian Horse Auction

No longer is distance a barrier to participation in Australian thoroughbred sales. With the adoption of Live Global Bid’s (LGB) real-time, online auction bidding technology the Australian thoroughbred industry is now a worldwide business. After introducing Live Global Bid’s online auction technology at this year’s Australian Easter Yearling Sale, William Inglis and Son sold a […]

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Aston Martins make over half-a-million pounds at H&H inaugural Harrogate auction

Aston Martins make over half-a-million pounds at H&H inaugural Harrogate auction

Despite the doom and gloom pervading the current economic climate, H&H enjoyed a notably successful sale on its first visit to Harrogate. Auction goers both old and new were bowled over by the Harrogate International Centre’s spacious indoor exhibition facilities. Newly refurbished but not yet open to the general public, the adjoining Royal Hall had […]

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