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Einstein Trove Offers Insight into the Great Genius (2/11/10)
An oversized portrait of Einstein taken in 1921 during his first visit to America.BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – A trio of intriguing lots related to the father of modern physics, Albert Einstein, from three … More >>


Newton, Darwin & Galileo Anchor Beverly Hills Rare Books Event (2/10/10)
Sir Isaac NewtonBEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – A core of exceedingly rare and valuable math and natural science tomes—taken together they create much … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: February 8 to February 12 (2/10/10)
In art, antiques and collectibles news, we find a billionaire wine collector spending a lot in lawsuits, a publican’s clock … More >>


Christie’s Announces ‘A Bid To Save The Earth’ Auction to Benefit the Environment (2/10/10)
NEW YORK – Christie’s International, the world’s leading art business, has announced “A Bid to Save the Earth” Green Auction, … More >>


Deal to Bring Modern, Contemporary Ceramics to Market with Semi-Annual Auctions (2/9/10)
Mark Del Vecchio, Wes Cowan (center) and Garth Clark have announced a partnership to bring modern and contemporary ceramics to the international art market through focused, selective and scholarly semi-annual auctions. CINCINNATI – Wes Cowan, president and principal auctioneer of Cowan’s Auctions, Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio, both of Clark … More >>


Auction Report: WWI German Aerial Ace Von Tutschek’s Medals Soar to $28,000 (2/9/10)
A group of three medals awarded to Adolf von Tutschek, the German soldier turned pilot, sold for $28,250 in an online auction hosted by SoldUSA.com.MATTHEWS, N.C. – An exceedingly rare group of three distinguished awards given to World War I German flying ace Adolf … More >>


20th Century Fine Art Auction to Benefit United Cerebral Palsy of Central Florida (2/2/10)
This original signed color lithograph by Salvador Dali (circa 1968), titled “The Land of Milk and Honey,” will be among the items up for bid in an auction to benefit the United Cerebral Palsy of Central Florida on Feb. 27, 2010.ORLANDO, Fla. – In a benefit for United Cerebral Palsy of Central Florida, more than 300 original and reprographic works … More >>


Vintage Lamps, Meissen Figures Highlight Multi-Estate Auction (2/2/10)
An early Meissen figural group, “The Four Seasons,” will be among the 1,300 fresh-to-market items in a two-day, multi-estate auction on Feb. 26-27, 2010, hosted by Richard D. Hatch & Associates in Flat Rock, N.C.FLAT ROCK, N.C. – A spectacular two-day, multi-estate auction featuring the estates and collections of a World War Two pilot, … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: February 1 to February 5 (2/2/10)
Topping art, antiques and collectibles headlines this week, we have the diary of a detestable Nazi, hopes pinned on Chinese … More >>


Vintage Farm & Construction Toys, Lionel Trains to Top Collaboration Auction (2/2/10)
Many John Deere collectible toys, like this pedal tractor in excellent condition, will be sold at a monstrous two-day auction on Feb. 20-21, 2010.RAYMOND, Ill. – A monstrous two-day auction dedicated to farm and construction toys, Lionel toy trains and vintage toys—facilitated by … More >>


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