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Fine & Decorative Arts from North Carolina Estates Featured in Leland Little Auction (3/11/10)
This oil-on-canvas portrait of William Whiteright, Jr. by William Merritt Chase (NY, 1849-1916), is estimated to bring between $20,000-$30,000 at the March 20, 2010 Fine & Decorative Arts Cataloged Auction, hosted by Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales, Ltd.HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. – Nearly 800 lots of fresh-to-the-market merchandise from prominent local estates will be sold at a Fine & … More >>

Franz Von Stuck Bronze Statue ‘Amazon’ Leads Litchfield County Auction (3/11/10)
The top lot at the recent Litchfield County Auctions, Inc. Internet sale was this 1890 bronze by German artist Franz Von Stuck, titled “Amazon,” gaveled for $20,880.LITCHFIELD, Conn. – A figural bronze statue of a warrior on his steed by the German artist Franz Von Stuck … More >>

Weekly News Roundup: March 8 to March 12 (3/10/10)
In arts, antiques and collectibles news, we find spirits in bottles (and we don’t mean 80-proof), Christie’s winning auction rights … More >>

Gordon S. Converse & Co. Kicks Off 2010 Season with ‘Discovery Antique Auction’ (3/10/10)
Lithograph signed in pencil, lower right, by the artist Marc Chagall, are among the 30 prints that will be up for auction in Gordon S. Converse & Co.’s Discovery Antique Auction on Thursday, Mar. 25, 2010.WAYNE, Pa. – Coming off a highly successful vintage clocks and horology auction at the end of last year, in … More >>

Flying Car, Rare Coke Machine, Pink Diamond Offered in Red Baron’s Auction (3/2/10)
This flying car—Frank Skroback’s roadable aircraft—built in 1935 and the oldest original flying car in existence will be among the items up for auction at Red Baron Antiques on March 13-14, 2010.ATLANTA – An actual flying car built in 1935, an extremely rare Coca-Cola dispensing machine made around 1923, a 4.02-carat … More >>

Matisse, de Lempicka Works Anchor Impressionist & Modern Art Auction (3/2/10)
Nature morte à la plante grasse” by Tamara de Lempicka.  NEW YORK – Christie’s sale of Impressionist and Modern Art on March 10, 2010 presents an exciting opportunity for collectors … More >>

Weekly News Roundup: March 1 to March 5 (3/2/10)
In arts, antiques and collectibles news, Batman bests Superman, a buyer is revealed and classic-car sales are zooming. From The Washington … More >>

Tiffany Paintings Highlight Fine American Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture Sale (3/1/10)
Parakeet,” by Robert Remsen Vickrey.  NEW YORK – Christie’s will offer its mid-season sale of Fine American Paintings, Drawings, and Sculpture on March 4, 2010, featuring … More >>

Dealer Spotlight: Peter Mellon at West Palm Beach Antiques Festival (3/1/10)
Peter Mellon, who displays more than 2,000 watches, watch chains, knives and lighters in his booth, will be among the myriad of dealers at the West Palm Beach Antiques Festival on March 5-7, 2010.WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Among the record-number of dealers setting up for the upcoming West Palm Beach Antiques Festival will … More >>

Fontaine’s to Host One-Day Seminar and Appraisal for Tiffany and Other Lamps (2/23/10)
This Tiffany Dragonfly lamp, and others like it, will be the topic of discussion at a free seminar and appraisal session to be hosted by Fontaine’s Auction Gallery on Sunday, Mar. 21, 2010.PITTSFIELD, Mass. – Fontaine’s Auction Gallery—which has been the scene of numerous auctions that featured rare and vintage lamps and … More >>

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