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DAUM NANCY AND GALLE “BAT” VASES, A GALLE MARQUETRY VASE, WELLER AND ROSEVILLE ART POTTERY, BRIDES BASKETS FOR WOODY AUCTION SALE

DAUM NANCY AND GALLE “BAT” VASES, A GALLE MARQUETRY VASE, WELLER AND ROSEVILLE ART POTTERY, BRIDES BASKETS FOR WOODY AUCTION SALE

| February 27, 2017

Woody Auction is offering a surefire cure for cabin fever with what it’s calling the finest art glass auction ever held at its Douglass gallery, opened in 2015. Offered will be over 350 lots, featuring three core collections of mainly art glass and art pottery. The sale will be held Saturday, March 18th, starting at […]

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CONTENTS OF THE VICTORIAN HOUSE RESTAURANT FOR AUCTION SALE

CONTENTS OF THE VICTORIAN HOUSE RESTAURANT FOR AUCTION SALE

| February 14, 2017

The contents of The Vintage House Restaurant in Warrensburg, Missouri, a fine dining establishment that closed its doors about three years ago but doubled as a veritable museum of Victorian-era antiques gathered and displayed there by its late owner Ron Castleman, will headline a multi-estate auction slated for Saturday, February 25th, by Dirk Soulis Auctions. […]

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St. Louis Antique Festival

St. Louis Antique Festival

| February 11, 2017

The Midwest’s Premiere Antique Show Festival Event Series! The St. Louis Antique Festival (Belleville, IL)and the Indianapolis, IN Antique Festival 22-23 APR 2017 St. Louis – Belleville, IL Fairgrounds 8-9 APR 2017 Indianapolis, IN Fairgrounds. Fine antiques and collectibles abound at The Hallett Antique Festival series events. If you’re interested in fine quality antiques, these […]

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Artemis Feb. 9 Ancient Antiquities, Asian & Ethnographic Auction Strong on Provenance and Variety

Artemis Feb. 9 Ancient Antiquities, Asian & Ethnographic Auction Strong on Provenance and Variety

| February 7, 2017

BOULDER, CO – Artemis Gallery’s Thursday, February 9th Varity Auction lives up to its name and then some, with hundreds of fine-quality pieces to suit all tastes and budgets. From relics of early Middle Eastern civilizations through to the Pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial periods of the Americas’ rich history, there are many wonderful “gems” to […]

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Mary: Her Life Through Icons at the Museum of Russian Icons Exhibit Symposium

Mary: Her Life Through Icons at the Museum of Russian Icons Exhibit Symposium

| February 6, 2017

Three scholars will speak about views of Mary’s life in different cultures. on Saturday, March 18, Snow date: Saturday, March 25 – Symposium 2:00–5:00PM, Reception 5:00–6:00PM Reverend Chris Visminis will address Dormition and Assumption: Meanings for the End of Mary’s Life. The Eastern and Western view of the end of Mary’s life differ dramatically. These […]

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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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