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Auction Report: Monumental P. Mallard Rosewood Plantation Bed Brings $40,000 (5/17/10)
This Rosewood rococo three-quarter plantation bed by P. Mallard highlighted the sale of contents from the Bella Vida mansion in Aberdeen, Miss., garnering $40,320.ABERDEEN, Miss. – A massive and beautiful rosewood rococo three-quarter tester plantation bed, crafted around 1850 by P. Mallard, soared … More >>


Flowery Branch Auction & Antiques Hosting Multi-Estate Memorial Day Auction (5/17/10)
Some of the art that will be offered in the multi-estate Memorial Day auction hosted by Flowery Branch Auction & Antiques on May 31, 2010.FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – More than 400 lots of quality merchandise, consigned by local estates and prominent collections, will be … More >>


Auction Results: Lichtenstein’s ‘Two Apples’ Leads Post-War &Contemporary Art Sale (5/17/10)
Roy Lichtenstein’s “Two Apples” (1972) was the top seller at Christie’s Post-War &Contemporary Art Sale, realizing $2,210,500.NEW YORK — The fervor for key pieces from established Post-War and Contemporary artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein … More >>


Auction Report: Graceland Documents, Star Wars Collectibles Pace Philip Weiss Auctions (5/11/10)
Elvis PresleyOCEANSIDE, N.Y. – Several property documents signed by Elvis Presley—to include the original contract to purchase Graceland in 1957—plus Star … More >>


Latin American Art Sale Offers Rare Work by Kahlo, Masterworks by Botero, Torres-Garcia (5/11/10)
Fernando Botero’s “Woman on a Horse” (2002) is estimated to bring between $800,000 and $1,200,000 in a sale of Latin American art hosted by Christie’s on May 26-27, 2010.NEW YORK – On May 26 and 27, Christie’s Latin American sale will offer an exceptional selection of works by … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: May 10-May 14 (5/11/10)
Topping off art, antiques and collectibles news is a Picasso setting an auction record, auction houses outcast lists and an … More >>


Seminal Pop Art Works by Warhol, Klein Going on the Block (5/10/10)
Andy Warhol’s “Holly Solomon,” the cover lot of the Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale hosted by Christie’s, , is estimated to bring between $7-$12 million.NEW YORK – Forty-nine seminal works by the leading lights of modern and contemporary art are being offered in a … More >>


Estate Road Show Features Massive Five-Brother Collection of Vintage Toys (5/5/10)
This fully functional 1936 Buddy ‘L’ #28 Water Tower Truck, measuring 45 inches long, is estimated to bring between $3,800 and $4,200 in a massive, two-weekend sale featuring the toy collections of a five-brother Midwestern family.KILLEN, Ala. – Five branches of a Midwestern family tree have come together to produce the remarkable selection of vintage … More >>


Christie’s Announces Expansion of Fine Art Storage Services to New York, Singapore (5/5/10)
Ask A WorthologistNEW YORK – Leading global art business Christie’s has announced the opening of two new highly-secure storage facilities in New … More >>


Mid-Century Modern Sculpted Bronze Paul Evans Dining Suite Leads Austin Auction (5/5/10)
This Paul Evans (American, 1931-1987) 10-piece sculpted bronze dining suite, made in 1970 featuring Stalagmite glass-top dining table, set of eight dining chairs with purple micro-suede seats and backrest; sideboard with two slate tablets and bi-fold doors concealing interior shelves. Signed “PE 70.” Offered as three lots, total selling price: $59,225. Image courtesy of Austin Auction.AUSTIN, Texas – Austin Auction Gallery chalked up a solid $260,000 total with its April 18, 2010 Important Spring Estates … More >>


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