Exhibition Model Champion Workplow Leads Cowan’s Fine and Decorative Art Auction on October 8

Cowan’s Fall Fine and Decorative Art Auction will take place on October 8, 2011. The 364-lot sale, to be held at Cowan’s salesroom, will offer
fine and decorative art items from the 18th to the 20th centuries. The sale features American folk art, furniture, decorative arts, and Cowan’s Fall Fine and Decorative Art Auction will take place on October 8, 2011.

The 364-lot sale, to be held at Cowan’s salesroom, will offer
fine and decorative art items from the 18th to the 20th centuries. The sale features American folk art, furniture, decorative arts, and paintings, as well as Asian and Continental works. Highlights in the sale include a Regina Music Box, and a Fine Exhibition Model Champion Workplow.

The Fine Exhibiton Model Champion Workplow is estimated to sell for $20,000/30,000. The workplow was made in Springfield, Ohio by the Champion Machine Company. A three-quarter model of carved rosewood, the plow was intended to exonerate the machine advancements of the Champion Company’s
chilled plow.

About Cowan’s Auctions, Inc.
As one of the nation’s leading auction houses with sales approaching $20 million, Cowan’s has been helping individuals and institutions build important collections for more than a decade. The company’s six divisions of American History, American Indian and Western Art, American and European Fine and Decorative Art, Historic Firearms & Early Militaria, Asian Art and Jewelry and Fine Timepieces hold semi-annual cataloged sales that routinely set records for rare offerings.

Through its extensive mailing list of more than 35,000 collectors, dealers and institutional clients, each Cowan’s auction typically attracts more than 1,000 bidders from across the globe. To learn more about Cowan’s visit our website at www.cowans.com

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