November, 2009

Bloomsbury to Auction Unique Titanic and Tsarist Photographs and Rare Images by Irving Penn, Willy Ronis and Bob Willoughby

Bloomsbury to Auction Unique Titanic and Tsarist Photographs and Rare Images by Irving Penn, Willy Ronis and Bob Willoughby

One expects interesting, off beat, quality images from Bloomsbury Auctions well viewed and well attended Photographs sales and the auction on 10th November is no exception. Irving Penn and Willy Ronis have recently died, and Bloomsbury is delighted to offer some of their major works. The exquisite Lily Meldridge (lot 222) on the front cover […]

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Heritage Auctions Offers Period Furniture and Lighting from the Michael Playford Collection

Heritage Auctions Offers Period Furniture and Lighting from the Michael Playford Collection

Significant Modern Design will take center stage in Manhattan on Dec. 10 when Heritage Auctions offers more than 300 period pieces of furniture and lighting from the collection of internationally renowned dealer and collector Michael Playford (Two Zero C Applied Art Ltd.) in its inaugural New York City auction of Important 20th Century Design, at […]

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1950S CONCEPT CARS AMONGST EARLY CONSIGNMENTS FOR RM’S 2010 AUTOMOBILES OF ARIZONA EVENT

1950S CONCEPT CARS AMONGST EARLY CONSIGNMENTS FOR RM’S 2010 AUTOMOBILES OF ARIZONA EVENT

RM Auctions will shine the spotlight on a historic range of 1950s concept cars when it’s highly anticipated Automobiles of Arizona event returns to Phoenix, January 21 and 22, 2010. Blenheim, ON (November 3, 2009) – Five very unique and exciting cars created by Detroit’s automakers are set for RM’s Automobiles of Arizona event this […]

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Lord Cunliffe Collection Auctioned at Bonhams Sale of Chinese Art

Lord Cunliffe Collection Auctioned at Bonhams Sale of Chinese Art

Bronze Age Chinese vessels from one of the finest old English collections, formed by the 2nd Lord Cunliffe between the darkest war years of the early 1940s, and his death in 1963, achieved astonishing prices at Bonhams sale of Chinese Art on, November 5, in London. The most important group of early Chinese bronzes ever […]

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