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Weekly News Roundup: April 12 to 16 (4/11/10)
In art, antiques and collectibles news is a sweet inscription by Rudyard Kipling, a more-than-diligent Frank Lloyd Wright archivist and … More >>

Three Spectacular Auctions Highlight Christie’s Spring Season of Photographs (4/7/10)
This Charles Sheeler photograph, “Bucks County Barn,” is estimated to bring between $100,000-$150,000 at auction.NEW YORK – The three separate sales of photograph collections, include two single-owner collections–“Three Decades with Irving Penn: Photographs from … More >>

Elvis’ Original 1957 Contract to Purchase Graceland to Be Sold at Auction (4/6/10)
Slip of paper signed by Elvis Presley and clipped to a Memphis newspaper, with letter of authenticity will be among the rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia available in a three-day sale facilitated by Philip Weiss Auctions on April 23-25, 2010.OCEANSIDE, N.Y. – Philip Weiss Auctions is offering yet another blockbusting piece of rock ‘n’ roll history: the original contract … More >>

Weekly News Roundup: April 5 to 9 (4/6/10)
In arts, antiques and collectibles news, we again find Michael Jackson, Gandhi and a billionaire seeking justice. From the Dallas Business … More >>

Opal & Diamond Necklace Reputedly Owned by Elsie de Wolfe To Be Sale Centerpiece (4/6/10)
This circa-1900 Art Nouveau necklace, reputed to have once belonged to iconic American interior designer Elsie de Wolfe (a.k.a. Lady Mendl, 1865-1950), comprised of more than 45 carats of cabochon, oval-cut and teardrop-shape Australian fire opals, 23 in all, and includes 19 freshwater pearls and 52 single-cut diamonds, will be among the items up for auction at an April 18, 2010 event hosted by Austin Auction Gallery. It’s estimate value is $60,000-$80,000.AUSTIN, Texas – A superb circa-1900 gold necklace laden with 45 carats of fine Australian fire opals, diamonds and freshwater … More >>

Auction Report: Oldest Existing Original ‘Flying Car’ Soars to $65,175 (4/1/10)
The oldest original “flying car,” built in 1935 and meant to be flown house to house, topped the March 13-14, 2010 auction hosted by Red Baron Antiques, selling for $65,175.ATLANTA – The oldest original “flying car”—built in 1935 and the brainchild of Frank Skroback, a retired industrial technician and … More >>

Auction Report: Philadelphia-Made 1854 Gothic Bookcases Net $115,000 (4/1/10)
One of four matching American Gothic bookcases that was the top lot at a multi-estate sale held Mar. 13, 2010, brought $115,000.NORTHPORT, Ala. – A monumental set of four matching American Gothic bookcases, beautifully crafted in Philadelphia in 1854 and attributed … More >>

International Society of Appraisers Turns 30, Hires New Executive Director (4/1/10)
isa logoCHICAGO – The International Society of Appraisers has announced the appointment of Joe Jackson, CAE, as the new executive director … More >>

No-Reserve Sale of Dale Gabel’s Personal Lifetime Collection Hosted by Woody’s (4/1/10)
A par of 11-inch Mont Joye square-shaped art glass vases with floral décor and gold highlights will be among the 850 lots up for auction in no-reserve auction of the single-owner lifetime collection of Dale Gabel on April 9-10, 2010.ST. CHARLES, Mo. – The outstanding single-owner lifetime collection of Dale Gabel—a dedicated collector of antiques in a wide range … More >>

The Home and Contents of Chesapeake, Va. Antiques Dealer Up for Auction (4/1/10)
This vintage late-19th-century cast-iron bank featuring an eagle with eaglets from the Carl and Barbara Moulton estate will be among the items up for auction on April 17, 2010.CHESAPEAKE, Va. – The third part of the Carl and Barbara Moulton estate sale—comprising the couple’s lovely Chesapeake home, plus … More >>

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