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Signed collection of Mark Twain novels set for auction in Wolverhampton

Signed collection of Mark Twain novels set for auction in Wolverhampton

| January 21, 2017

A set of 16 books by the 19th Century American author Mark Twain is expected to excite book collectors when it comes up for sale at Wolverhampton auction house Cuttlestones next month. Originally part of the 22 volume ‘Author’s Edition de Luxe’, published 1899 – 1901 by Chatto & Windus, with a limited run of […]

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Artemis Gallery Announces Antiquities Ethnographic Sale

Artemis Gallery Announces Antiquities Ethnographic Sale

| January 17, 2017

BOULDER, CO – On Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 18 and 19, Artemis Gallery of Boulder, Colorado, will auction 454 expertly curated lots of classical antiquities and Asian, Pre-Columbian and ethnographic art. Without exception, every item in this exciting auction event is unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic, as described in the catalog, and legal to acquire […]

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Shipwreck Silver, Monumental Wiggins Painting could steal Spotlight at Jan. 14 Milestone Auction

Shipwreck Silver, Monumental Wiggins Painting could steal Spotlight at Jan. 14 Milestone Auction

| January 8, 2017

WILLOUGHBY, OH – Based in the Cleveland suburb of Willoughby, Milestone Auctions is a company on the rise. Co-owners Miles King and Chris Sammet have become increasingly well known for their traditional business values and youthful passion for tracking down antiques – a combination that goes a long way in their chosen profession. The fruits […]

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Global Online Course on Asian Antiques

| January 5, 2017

MyAntiqueSchool, has teamed up with Toma Clark Haines, CEO of the world’s most acclaimed Antiques Touring company, The Antiques Diva & Co and Angela Somwaiya, owner of Paul’s Antiques , Thailand who is one of Asia’s most knowledgeable antiques dealers and is the head Antiques Diva Guide for Southeast Asia. The collaboration is to give […]

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PAGODA FORM AUTOMATON MUSICAL CLOCK FOR FONTAINE’S SALE

| December 22, 2016

An exceedingly rare 18th century English-made pagoda form automaton musical clock, produced for the Chinese Qing Imperial Court, is expected to soar to $800,000-$1.2 million at an Antique & Fine Arts Auction planned for Saturday, Jan. 21st, by Fontaine’s Auction Gallery, in the firm’s showroom at 1485 Housatonic Street in Pittsfield, at 10 am EST. […]

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Enigma Machine Sells for World Record at Bonhams Sale

Enigma Machine Sells for World Record at Bonhams Sale

| December 12, 2016

An M4 Enigma Machine, designed for use by the German Navy during World War II, was sold on 7 December for $463,500 at Bonhams History of Science and Technology Sale in New York. This is a world record price at auction for an M4 Enigma surpassing the previous highest price of $350,000 also set by […]

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Art Carved Cabinet Becomes a Family Affair

Art Carved Cabinet Becomes a Family Affair

| December 12, 2016

When Herbert Broadfoot II and his wife, Nancy, called Great Gatsby’s Auction Gallery in Atlanta to consign a beloved heirloom – a tour de force Cincinnati carved cabinet by William H. Fry – they knew this piece needed to find ‘the right home.’ In the midst of downsizing, and devastated that they could no longer […]

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