July, 2009

Bloomsbury No Reserve Sale in London

Bloomsbury No Reserve Sale in London

In a rare departure for Bloomsbury, we are holding a sale of Printed Books, Paintings and Prints all at no reserve. Many of the lots on offer will be the ex-stock consigned to us from Heritage Bookshop in Los Angeles but in addition it will include many previously unseen items which must be sold. There […]

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Movie, TV, Music, Political & Vaudeville Autograph Auction

Movie, TV, Music, Political & Vaudeville Autograph Auction

PRWAuctions.com will sell hundreds of Celebrity Autographs in person, online and on the phone including Elvis Presley with Richard Nixon, Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, Harry Blackstone and others August 2 in Oceanside, NY. In conjunction with Gary Sohmers of Saxonville Auction Services and Allcollectors.com, Prwauctions.com will be auctioning a collection of authentic autographs and other […]

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Linda Welsh Auction and Realty Group to Auction Rocky Hill Commercial Complex

Linda Welsh Auction and Realty Group to Auction Rocky Hill Commercial Complex

Linda Welsh Auction and Realty Group (www.LindaWelshAuction.com) announces the auction of the Historic Rocky Hill Complex on August 11, at 1p.m., according to Linda Welsh, auctioneer. Located approximately five miles east of Fredericksburg on US Highway 290, the nine building complex contains the historic Rocky Hill School Building which was closed in 1977 after 92 […]

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Dillinger Derringer Sold for $95,600 in Dallas Auction

Dillinger Derringer Sold for $95,600 in Dallas Auction

The small pistol gangster John Dillinger was carrying hidden in a sock when he was arrested in Tucson, Arizona 75 years ago — six months before he was fatally gunned down in Chicago — was sold for $95,600 in a public auction in Dallas, Texas Saturday. The winning bid was more than double the pre-auction […]

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Florida and Georgia Real Estate Auctions Offer 9,000 +/- Acres in 10 Counties

Florida and Georgia Real Estate Auctions Offer 9,000 +/- Acres in 10 Counties

“Florida real estate auctions” and “Georgia land auctions” were announced today by United Country Certified Real Estate: Auctions, Marketing and Brokerage experts and Myers Jackson, CAI, AARE, CES, e-PRO, a licensed Georgia and Florida real estate broker and real estate auctioneer, for approximately 9,000 acres of prime Georgia and Florida real estate that will be […]

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Rediscovered Leopold Carl Muller Painting for Sotheby’s Auction

Rediscovered Leopold Carl Muller Painting for Sotheby’s Auction

On October 22, 2009, Sotheby’s will offer for sale Leopold Carl Müller’s rediscovered depiction of A Street Scene, Cairo. The picture will be included in Sotheby’s sale of 19th Century European Art Including Orientalist Paintings, Drawings and Sculptures and is estimated at $600/800,000. The work boasts a spectacular provenance – it was purchased the year […]

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Rago English Art and Antiques Auction

Rago English Art and Antiques Auction

A long hidden cache of English art and antiques will auction without reserve, with 600 other largely unreserved lots, at the Rago Arts and Auction Center on August 7th and 8th, 2009. The Estate of English and Continental antiques dealer Joseph Stanley has been shuttered in a New Hope, PA mansion since the mid 80s. […]

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Auto Union Grand Prix Racer for Quail Lodge Auction

Auto Union Grand Prix Racer for Quail Lodge Auction

Bonhams & Butterfields is delighted to offer for sale by auction nothing less than one of the most charismatic Grand Prix racing cars ever built – the 1939 Auto Union ‘D-Type’ with rear-mounted 3-liter twin-stage supercharged V12-cylinder engine. The annual collector’s motorcar car auction is set for August 14, 2009 in Carmel, CA. This legendary […]

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Spider-Man #1 highlights Dallas Comics Auction

Spider-Man #1 highlights Dallas Comics Auction

Not too long ago, the only vintage comics that could bring prices above $50,000 were all from the “Golden Age” of the World War II era. In the meantime, however, the nicest copies of some comics from the Baby Boomer generation have cleared that hurdle quite easily. Case in point: a comic that barely made […]

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