September, 2008

FELLOWS & SONS AUCTIONEERS BOOKMARKED ONCE, TWICE AND POKED

FELLOWS & SONS AUCTIONEERS BOOKMARKED ONCE, TWICE AND POKED

Fellows & Sons is the first auction house in the UK to introduce social bookmarking links on their website to lift its profile in the modern era. Social websites, including Del.icio.us, Digg, reddit, StumbleUpon and Facebook, have been added on the auction website. Buyers sharing interests with their friends is now a click away so […]

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Georgia Real Estate Auctions and Georgia Land Auctions for Estate of Former Georgia Senator

Georgia Real Estate Auctions and Georgia Land Auctions for Estate of Former Georgia Senator

Moultrie, GA – These upcoming Georgia Real Estate Auctions and Georgia Land Auctions will be brought to you by Jennifer W. Landrum, Georgia Real Estate Auctioneer at Landrum Realty Investments in cooperation with United Country Certified Real Estate with live bid calling brought to you by Myers Jackson, Georgia Real Estate Auctioneer and Broker for […]

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Glenn Ford Boris Karloff Estate Items in Auction

Glenn Ford Boris Karloff Estate Items in Auction

Dallas, Texas – The couch on which actor Glenn Ford (1916 – 2006) made love at his Beverly Hills home with actress Marilyn Monroe (1926 – 1962) is among the dozens of personal items, costumes and documents from Ford’s estate that will be offered in a public auction in Dallas, Texas and online by Heritage […]

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SOUTH AFRICAN ART SALE CLEARS £7.1M AT BONHAMS

SOUTH AFRICAN ART SALE CLEARS £7.1M AT BONHAMS

Jacob Hendrik Pierneef’s great painting ‘The Baobab Tree’ sold on 10 September 2008 at Bonhams fourth South African Art sale for a whopping £826,400, creating a new record price for South African Art. The pre-sale estimate of £200,000 to £300,000 was almost tripled at the sale, and in doing so toppled the previous record holder, […]

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Classic Vehicles at Charterhouse Auction

Classic Vehicles at Charterhouse Auction

A 1936 Triumph Monte Carlo is one of the stars in the sale of classic cars, motorbikes and automobilia being sold by Charterhouse in Sherborne on Saturday 20th September. “The Monte Carlo is named after the success of Triumph cars in the 1934 & 1935 Monte Carlo rally’s.” Commented Matthew Whitney. “It is an open […]

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GoIndustry Quippo announces auction for Construction Equipment at Hyderabad

GoIndustry Quippo announces auction for Construction Equipment at Hyderabad

GoIndustry Quippo Valuers & Auctioneers Pvt. Ltd., one of thelargest companies involved inAsset Disposals & Valuation in India, is organizing a Live Parade Auction of a range of high quality used Construction Equipment, Accessories and other Vehicles at Hyderabad on September 11, 2008. As opposed to static auctions, machines would be started and paraded live […]

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Fatimid Rock Crystal Ewer for Christie’s Islamic and Indian Sale

Fatimid Rock Crystal Ewer for Christie’s Islamic and Indian Sale

LONDON – One of the rarest and most desirable works of art from the Islamic world, a carved rock crystal ewer from the Fatimid Royal Treasury, dating to the late 10th to early 11th century AD, will be offered at the strongest sale of Art of the Islamic and Indian Worlds ever staged at Christie’s, […]

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Mastro New York Live Sports Auction

Mastro New York Live Sports Auction

Mastro Auctions, the world’s leading Sports and Americana auction house, has announced that it will conduct a Live Sports Auction at The Sports Museum of America—the new home of the Heisman Trophy—in New York City on Monday, December 8. The exciting event will feature two sessions. The first will focus on “Legends of the Gridiron,” […]

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Burke and Wills Watch at Bonhams & Goodman

Burke and Wills Watch at Bonhams & Goodman

Bonhams & Goodman has been asked to sell an extraordinary Burke and Wills relic by the widow of local watch collector. Isabelle Quinn, Head of Jewellery at Bonhams & Goodman, received an email seeking information about an antique pocket watch with an inscription relating to William John Wills, Burke’s partner in the ill-fated 1860 expedition […]

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Red Baron Antiques Last Auction

Red Baron Antiques Last Auction

It has long since been said that all good things must come to an end. Now, after 36 years of outrageous triumph Red Baron’s Antiques will host its very last auction, September 27 and 28, in Atlanta, GA. It is truly the end of an era, the last hurrah, the grand finale, the final performance. […]

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OVER 300 LOTS OF QUALITY, FRESH-TO-THE-MARKET MERCHANDISE WILL CROSS THE BLOCK AT AN EXCEPTIONAL ANTIQUE AUCTION SLATED FOR SEPT. 27 BY FONTAINE’S

OVER 300 LOTS OF QUALITY, FRESH-TO-THE-MARKET MERCHANDISE WILL CROSS THE BLOCK AT AN EXCEPTIONAL ANTIQUE AUCTION SLATED FOR SEPT. 27 BY FONTAINE’S

(Pittsfield, Mass.) – More than 300 lots of outstanding, fresh-to-the-market merchandise in a broad array of categories will be offered at an exceptional antique auction slated for Saturday, September 27, by Fontaine’s Auction Gallery. The sale will be held at Fontaine’s spacious showroom facility, located at 1485 W. Housatonic Street in Pittsfield. For a free […]

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Bloomsbury Architecture, Travel & Topography, Hunting & Shooting

Bloomsbury Architecture, Travel & Topography, Hunting & Shooting

25th and 26th September The highlight is the working library of the late Sir Howard Colvin, the renowned architectural historian whose Biographical Dictionary of English Architects 1660-1840 and published in 1954 (lot 52), was immediately recognised as a cornerstone of English architectural history. In 1995 he was justifiably knighted and joined the ranks of other […]

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