November, 2012

Bonhams Native American Art auction offers rare historic and contemporary artifacts

Bonhams Native American Art auction offers rare historic and contemporary artifacts

Bonhams announce its Native American Art sale, December 3 in San Francisco, the grand highlight of which will be a rare and important, finely woven Navajo chief’s blanket, originally from the Silverman Museum Collection, that is very likely one of the earliest third phase blankets in existence (est. $125,000-175,000). Navajo chief’s blanket The sale will […]

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Skinner to host auction of Fine Books & Manuscripts on November 18

Skinner to host auction of Fine Books & Manuscripts on November 18

BOSTON, Mass. – November 5, 2012 – Skinner, Inc. will host an auction of Fine Books & Manuscripts on November 18th in its Boston gallery. Devon Gray’s debut, as the newly appointed department director, features exceptionally rare books, first editions, presidential memorabilia, and important historical documents. Presidential Letters and Documents The auction will open with […]

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Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art Autumn Sale on 11 NOV 2012

Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art Autumn Sale on 11 NOV 2012

HONG KONG – Joyce Gallery Auction will present Chinese Ceramics & Works of Art II on Nov. 10. The auction will be composed of more than 287 lots and featurw a broad range of art and objects – jade, porcelain, ceramics, and archaic and later bronzes. LiveAuctioneers.com will provide Internet live bidding. A Pair of […]

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WWII German Enigma enciphering machine for auction at Bonhams

WWII German Enigma enciphering machine for auction at Bonhams

This 1941 oak Enigma machine was an instrument used to pass coded German messages during the Second World War. This German enigma enciphering machine will go under the hammer for the first time on the 14th November in Knightsbridge (estimated £40,000 – 60,000). Built by Heimsoeth and Rinke in 1941, this is the 3 rotor […]

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