Archive for March, 2011

Randall Tysinger Antiques Opens New Showroom

. March 29, 2011 . 0 Comments

Randall Tysinger Antiques is proud to announce the opening of their new showroom located at 1stdibs@NYDC,The 10th Floor of the New York Design Center 200 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10016. The showroom will feature a sampling of exclusive European antiques as seen online at our 1stdibs.com website. “We are very excited to be part […]

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1796 15 Stars Half Dollar brings $207,000 at Heritage Auction

1796 15 Stars Half Dollar brings $207,000 at Heritage Auction

. March 29, 2011 . 0 Comments

It was a 1796 Half Dollar, 15 Stars AU58 PCGS, a stunning coin featuring one of the rarest designs in all of U.S. coinage, that emerged from spirited bidding as the top lot in Heritage Auctions’ March 17-20 Signature® ANA U.S. Coin Auction, with a final price realized of $207,000. The auction realized more than […]

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Restoration Studio Introduces Economic Stimulus Plan for Antique Dealers

. March 29, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Astleford Restoration Studio has introduced an Antique Dealer Economic Stimulus plan to assist antique and collectible dealers and estate auction resellers boost their sales and increase their profits. The Astleford Restoration Studio is an antiques and collectibles restoration studio located in Sioux Falls, SD, and is owned and operated by Mr. Matt Astleford. In […]

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Record New York Sales of Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art

Record New York Sales of Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art

. March 27, 2011 . 0 Comments

Sotheby’s sales of Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art have concluded, bringing the overall total for the series of auctions to $71,320,518 (est. $17.5/25.1 million), the highest total ever achieved anywhere in New York. All three auctions exceeded their estimates and competitive bidding was seen across all categories and periods. The sales followed an energetic […]

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Classical Antiquities on View at the Altes Museum

. March 27, 2011 . 0 Comments

Greek, Roman and Etruscan art and sculptures can be found in the Altes Museum. The thematically arranged exhibition includes stone sculptures, clay and bronze figures, friezes, vases, gold jewellery and silverware. Three information displays provide details on additional topics such as Greek myths, ancient city culture and the archaeological sites investigated by the Berlin museums. […]

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