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Bonhams San Francisco Auction Showcases Chinese Art From Private Collections

Bonhams San Francisco Auction Showcases Chinese Art From Private Collections

More than 400 lots of Chinese works of art from American collections will be offered on the first day of a two-day auction dedicated to Asian art in San Francisco, December 17-18. Featuring fresh-to-the market private collections of jade, scholar’s objects, textile works of art, ceramics and paintings – many collected in the 1920s and […]

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1893-S Morgan Dollar Realizes $235,000 To Lead Heritage Auction

1893-S Morgan Dollar Realizes $235,000 To Lead Heritage Auction

An 1893-S Morgan Dollar MS64 NGC, from the famously low mintage of any regular issue Morgan, brought $235,000 to take top lot honors at Heritage Auctions’ U.S. Coin Signature® Auction Nov. 1-3 in New York. High-grade silver coinage, gold rarities, and a 1943-S Bronze cent achieved the top prices at the event, which realized $11,353,383 […]

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Miniatures and mountains top £2.3million sales at Bonhams auction

Miniatures and mountains top £2.3million sales at Bonhams auction

Bonhams newly designed headquarters and salerooms provided the setting for the two days of Japanese auctions (6th-7th November) which achieved an impressive total of over £2.3million. Suzannah Yip, director of the Japanese art department said: “It was a great pleasure to welcome our clients from all the over world to our elegant new salerooms which […]

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Teak bodied 1903 Clement TaLBOT, a veteran of the London to Brighton Run auctioned at Bonhams

Teak bodied 1903 Clement TaLBOT, a veteran of the London to Brighton Run auctioned at Bonhams

A veteran entrant of the London to Brighton Rally – a 1903 Clement Talbot with a wooden body – sold for £606,300 at Bonhams in London today, the first sale to take place in the company’s new headquarters building in New Bond St. As the car is registered for the 2013 London-Brighton Veteran Car Run, […]

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