November, 2009

Notable Performances Mark European Furniture & Decorative Arts Sale at Bonhams

Notable Performances Mark European Furniture & Decorative Arts Sale at Bonhams

On November 19th bidders were met with several good collecting opportunities at Bonhams New York’s European Furniture and Decorative Arts sale. Attracting collectors located in New York, California and several regions of Italy was an important Roman Neoclassical giltwood suite of seating furniture, de-accessioned from the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. The suite (two […]

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Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers to establish presence in Salt Lake City, Utah

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers to establish presence in Salt Lake City, Utah

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers , the world’s largest auctioneer of industrial equipment, has signed a seven-year lease in Salt Lake City, Utah and will be starting site work on a new auction site right away. Ritchie Bros. has conducted unreserved equipment auctions at temporary locations in Utah since 1985. “We are excited to find a new […]

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Elk Meadows Ski Resort in Beaver County, Utah for Auction

Elk Meadows Ski Resort in Beaver County, Utah for Auction

The online auction of the former Elk Meadows Ski Resort in Beaver County, Utah, has drawn significant attention from potential investors across the globe, according to the LFC Group of Companies, the online auction marketing company in charge of the sale. After receiving nearly 9,000 visits to the property webpage, LFC has moved the auction […]

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Sotheby’s to Offer Charles Spencelayh Painting “The Old Dealer”

Sotheby’s to Offer Charles Spencelayh Painting “The Old Dealer”

Sotheby’s London sale of Victorian and Edwardian Art on Thursday, December 17, 2009 will bring together some 100 works by leading artists of the era and is expected to raise in excess of £4.2 million. Among the categories of works to be offered will be a strong contingent of classical, mythological, genre, landscape and fairy […]

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