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Oriental Carpet Sells for $9.59 Million

. May 4, 2010

Approaching its 30th anniversary Claremont Rug Company declared 2010 “The Year of the Rug” and recent sales at the Gallery and of a rare carpet at auction have dramatically reinforced the claim. The most authoritative demonstration of the burgeoning interest in art level rugs was the recent sale of a 17th century Laver Kirman rug […]

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Art, Southern folk pottery, outsider art, African-American decorative arts and quilts for Slotin Auction

Art, Southern folk pottery, outsider art, African-American decorative arts and quilts for Slotin Auction

. April 21, 2010

A two-day sale featuring over 1,000 lots of self-taught art, Southern folk pottery, outsider art, African-American decorative arts, quilts, circus art, new discoveries, major collections and more will be held May 1-2 by Slotin Auction. The sale will be held in the Historic Buford Hall, located at 112 East Shadburn Ave. in Buford, starting promptly […]

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Banknotes, Stocks, Bonds and Security Printing Ephemera Sale

. April 2, 2010

Archives International Auctions and Dr.Robert Schwartz announce the auction of rare and historic worldwide banknotes, security printing ephemera, stocks and bonds from the American Bank Note Company archives to take place in Englewood, New Jersey April 15th and 16th, 2010. Dr.Robert Schwartz, President of Archives International Auctions, originated the well received American Bank Note Company […]

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Americana and Advertising Collectables for Noel Barrett Auction

. March 31, 2010

Noel Barrett has spent the last several months preparing a spring treat to boost the spirits of winter-weary collectors. His May 1-2 auction, comprised of 1,200 choice lots of early toys and other compatible categories of antiques, is led by the renowned Americana and advertising collection of the late Gordon Stark of Kansas City. Other […]

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Sotheby’s New York Fine European Furniture Sale Highlights

. March 31, 2010

Among the leading works in the spring sale of Fine European Furniture Including Tapestries, Silver, Ceramics and Carpets Lodewijk van Schoor (est. $120/150,000). The tapestry features the arms of Don Zenón de Somodevilla y Bengoechea (1702-1781), a self-made statesman of the Enlightenment who rose through the ranks of the Spanish Navy and was appointed Prime […]

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