September, 2009

Ritchie Bros. to sell large number of late model equipment items for Rodman Companies and others in Fort Worth

Ritchie Bros. to sell large number of late model equipment items for Rodman Companies and others in Fort Worth

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers , the world’s largest industrial auctioneer, will be conducting a large, three-day, multi-million dollar unreserved public auction at its permanent auction site in Fort Worth, Texas from Wednesday, September 23, 2009 to Friday, September 25, 2009 starting at 8:00 a.m. each day. The upcoming auction marks the fourth auction the Company has […]

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Ketterer Kunst Auctions – Adjusted art market makes for a good price performance ratio

Ketterer Kunst Auctions – Adjusted art market makes for a good price performance ratio

“Our spring auctions have shown that art as a means of investment is more in demand than ever before”, says Robert Ketterer, auctioneer and owner of Ketterer Kunst. “It is a time for connoisseurs, and the perfect moment to buy art. High quality works and moderate starting prices coincide.” The Munich Ketterer Kunst auctions on […]

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Paintings by Norman Rockwell for Dawson & Nye Auction

Paintings by Norman Rockwell for Dawson & Nye Auction

The Dawson & Nye September 23rd & 24th, 2009 Auction will feature Property From the Estate of John G. Scanlon, Naples, Florida, as well as classic and vintage automobiles, several leaves from John James Audubon’s Double Elephant Portfolio, a New Jersey painted and smoke-grained blanket chest, a collection of Norman Rockwell paintings with supporting documentation […]

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Secured Creditor Orders Online Auction of European Wine Inventory

Secured Creditor Orders Online Auction of European Wine Inventory

Abamex Auction Company (www.abamex.com) announces the online auction of a large assortment of boutique European wines on behalf of a secured creditor, according to Olga Lemeni. “These are European wines with a story,” said Lemeni, “from small hand picked wineries, distinctive flavors, traditional terroir-driven wines, most from France and Spain.” The former importer / distributor […]

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Virginia Standing Timber Tracts for Counts Auction

Virginia Standing Timber Tracts for Counts Auction

The Counts Realty and Auction Group (www.CountsAuction.com) announces the auction of 471 acres of timberland in 10 tracts, according to Bill Bryant. “It is an excellent time to invest in land,” explained Bryant. “This property has an excellent timber stand valued at approximately $371,000.” Conveniently located between Boonsboro and Forest in Bedford County, the property […]

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Documents Related to the California State Constitution for Bonhams & Butterfields Auction

Documents Related to the California State Constitution for Bonhams & Butterfields Auction

Included within the Bonhams & Butterfields’ Fine Books & Manuscripts auction on October 19, 2009 are two remarkable documents dating from the birth of the State of California: The first is a registrar leaf from the 1849 California State Constitutional Convention signed and inscribed by 46 members of the delegation. Signatures include those of Henry […]

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Sotheby’s Series of Asian Art Sales Total $19,280,279

Sotheby’s Series of Asian Art Sales Total $19,280,279

Sotheby’s autumn series of Asian art sales concluded yesterday, bringing the combined total to $19,280,279, double the pre-sale low estimate of $8.8/12.3 million. The series was 78.6% sold by lot. Today’s sale of South Asian Modern and Contemporary Art, Including Indian Miniature Paintings brought $3,747,800 (est. $2.5/3.5 million) and was 70.8% sold by lot and […]

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Rembrandt Masterpiece Unseen in Public for 40 Years for Christie’s Auction

Rembrandt Masterpiece Unseen in Public for 40 Years for Christie’s Auction

Christie’s London will offer a masterpiece by Rembrandt (1606-1669) at the Old Masters and 19th Century Art Evening Sale on Tuesday 8 December 2009 in London. Unseen in public for almost 40 years and offered at auction for the first time since 1930, Portrait of a man, half-length, with his arms akimbo, 1658, is offered […]

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JOHN MORAN AUCTIONEERS STARTS FALL AUCTION SEASON WITH SALE OF EXCEPTIONAL DECORATIVE ARTS AND MEMORABILIA

JOHN MORAN AUCTIONEERS STARTS FALL AUCTION SEASON WITH SALE OF EXCEPTIONAL DECORATIVE ARTS AND MEMORABILIA

John Moran Auctioneers will kick off the fall 2009 auction season with their Tuesday, September 29th Estates Auction featuring decorative and fine art and collectibles from estates and private collections in Southern California, Nevada and Texas. The two-session sale will begin with the popular no-reserve Discovery Sale offering a large selection of high quality antique […]

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