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Weekly News Roundup: April 19-23 (4/22/10)
In art, antiques and collectibles news, we find a pair of pricey jade elephants, the 1790 census and fakes, fakes … More >>


Christie’s Russian Art Sale Offers Pieces from 18th to 21st Centuries (4/20/10)
This silver and enameled Imperial presentation charger by Sazikov, presented by the Nobility of Smolensk to Emperor Alexander III and Empress Maria Feodorovna in their coronation year of 1883, is expected to sell for between $400,000 and $600,000 at a sale of Russan art hosted by Christie’s on April 23, 2010.NEW YORK – Christie’s Russian Art sale, slated for April 23, 2010 in Manhattan comprises an extensive representation of the … More >>


Auction Report: Hunting, Advertising & Militaria Sale Hits the Target (4/20/10)
This extremely rare 1899 United Metal Cartridge Company factory bullet board sold for $11,769 in an Internet auction hosted by SoldUSA.com that ended on March 21, 2010.MATTHEWS, N.C. – An exceedingly rare 1899 United Metal Cartridge Company factory bullet board in excellent condition sold for $11,769, … More >>


Huge Online Sale of Asian Arts, Modern Art & Design and European Furniture Underway (4/20/10)
An example of Modernist Hans Wegner’s “Papa Bear” armchair in dark green upholstery will be among the items offered in an online auction facilitated by Litchfield County Auction that will close on April 28, 2010.LITCHFIELD, Conn. – Nearly 950 lots in an impressive array of categories—most of the items coming from prominent estates and … More >>


Collector Books Introduces Two New Print Titles, Nine New eBooks (4/20/10)
Schroeder’s Antiques Price Guide” (29th Edition)Collector Books, which is dedicated to bringing the most up-to-date information and values to collectors in an attractive high quality … More >>


Yogi Berra’s ‘Perfect Game’ Uniform Highlights Sports Memorabilia Auction (4/14/10)
In this now-classic photo, an ecstatic Yogi Berra jumps onto teammate Don Larsen, who had just delivered the final pitch of a perfect game in the 1956 World Series. The uniform Berra wore in this game went “undercover” for more than half a century but now will be offered by Grey Flannel in their Summer Games Auction closing April 14, 2010. Copyrighted image licensed for use through Getty Images.In this now-classic photo, an ecstatic Yogi Berra jumps onto teammate Don Larsen, who had just delivered the final pitch of a perfect game in the 1956 World Series. The uniform Berra wore in this game went “undercover” for more than half a century but now will be offered by Grey Flannel in their Summer Games Auction closing April 14, 2010. Copyrighted image licensed for use through Getty Images.WESTHAMPTON, N.Y. – Grey Flannel Auctions’ Summer Games Auction, on which bidding will end onApril 14, is packed with desirable … More >>


Bronzes, Mr. Peanut Costume Headline Huge Antique & Decorative Arts Sale (4/14/10)
The Mr. Peanut character was invented by a Virginia schoolboy who submitted a drawing to a 1916 competition sponsored by the Planters Nuts Company. This authentic Mr. Peanut costume representing the enduring American icon was worn on the Atlantic City Boardwalk in the 1950s.  SOUTHAMPTON, Pa. – Stephenson’s Auctioneers and Appraisers will present a Spring 2010 Antique and Decorative Arts Auction on Friday, April … More >>


Selections from the Baio Collection of Photographs Go on the Block (4/12/10)
William Klein’s “Stickball Player, New York,” 1954—a dynamic portrayal of a stickball game in the artist’s neighborhood—is estimated to bring between $10,000 and $15,000) at the April 15, 2010 sale of selections from the Baio Collection of Photographs.NEW YORK – Selections from the Baio Collection of Photographs—which embraces many of the photographic techniques and methods used over … More >>


Emperor Maximilian Diamond, Catherine the Great Brooch Highlight Jewelry Auction (4/12/10)
The Emperor Maximilian Diamond, weighing 39.55 carats, is among the many spectacular gems going up for bid at Christie’s first major jewelry sale of the year on April 22, 2010. It is estimated to bring $1-1.5 million.NEW YORK – Two exceptional jewels with fascinating histories—the Emperor Maximilian Diamond and the Catherine the Great Emerald and Diamond … More >>


Panama City, Fla. Auction Features Items from Four Local Estates (4/11/10)
George A. Chancellor, Jr. was a dedicated collector of many things, including fishing lures, which are among the items currently on the block in an Internet auction that will close on April 24, 2010.PANAMA CITY, Fla. – A major multi-estate sale featuring more than 300 quality consignments from four prominent local estates is … More >>


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