November, 2009

Bonhams to Auction Northern Irish Collection

Bonhams to Auction Northern Irish Collection

An extensive single-owner collection of over 800 lots and 3,000 individual items, amassed during the height of the Northern Ireland conflict, will go up for sale at a two-day no-reserve auction at Bonhams Edinburgh on 11th and 12th November. One of the notable highlights of the sale is Summer Breeze, a pen and ink drawing […]

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Clarke’s Seventh Fine Art Auction – Four Centuries, Four Hours

Clarke’s Seventh Fine Art Auction – Four Centuries, Four Hours

On Monday, November 16th at 6:00 pm, Clarke Auction, will open its Seventh Fine Art Auction to live, telephone and left bids; as well as online Internet bidding. Clarke, known for discovering the exceptional, is again offering works by artists rarely if ever seen at auction. African-American Fine Art, a Clarke strength, features a mixed […]

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Liquidation Auction of Assets from Suncoast Silks and Pottery

Liquidation Auction of Assets from Suncoast Silks and Pottery

Randy Kincaid Auction Company (www.kincaid.com) announces the absolute auction of assets from Suncoast Silks, Inc., according to auctioneer Randy Kincaid. The auction will run two days, November 16 and 17, with on-site bidding at 12845 44th Street North in Clearwater. Online bidding will be available through Proxibid for large lots, pallets, pottery, ceramics, vehicles and […]

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Sotheby’s Greek Sale in London Sets Records

Sotheby’s Greek Sale in London Sets Records

Sotheby’s Greek sale in London realized £3,925,175 (€4,380,882). Four new auction records were established (for works by Spyros Vassiliou, Georgios Zongolopoulos, Constantin Xenakis, and Konstantino Byzantios), with almost 37% of the works sold achieving prices in excess of high estimate. Constantine Frangos, Senior Director and Head of Greek Sales at Sotheby’s, said: “Today’s results demonstrate […]

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