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Oct 25, 2020
Heartbreak Hotel was written in 1955 by Mae Boren Axton, a high school teacher with a background in musical promotion, and Tommy Durden, a Jacksonville singer-songwriter. Their signed, original handwritten lyrics will be sold to the highest bidder.

Oct 22, 2020
Offered will be original artwork for what is widely regarded as the very first psychedelic rock poster – created in 1965 for the grand opening of the Red Dog Saloon in Virginia City, Nevada and advertising the acid-rock group The Charlatans.

Oct 21, 2020
The lithographs and maquettes will be offered online and in the PAI gallery, located at 26 West 17th Street in New York City, beginning promptly at 11 am Eastern. Artists will include Cappiello, Chéret, Haring, Mucha, Steinlen, Toulouse-Lautrec.

Oct 19, 2020
The auction will begin promptly at 10 am Eastern time. Limited in-house seating is by appointment only, just for active bidders, in the Bruneau & Co. gallery at 63 Fourth Avenue in Cranston, Rhode Island. To reserve a seat, call 401-533-9980.

Oct 17, 2020
The Erté and Icart pieces are all from a private local collection. Also offered will be a smattering of additional lovely Art Deco pieces by other artists, 92 lots in all, beginning at 11 am Eastern time. Online bidding is on three platforms.

Oct 14, 2020
The online-only auction was headlined by two outstanding collections: the Paul and Mary Ballentine bitters bottle collection and the Don Spangler Midwestern bottles and glass collection. Of the 275 total lots in the auction, 140 changed hands.

Oct 10, 2020
The auction will be headlined by a pair of handsome, centuries-old English chambers that served for a time as executive dining rooms for Schenley Imports Company, the former New York City-based liquor company in the Empire State Building.

Oct 08, 2020
The 699-lot auction, featuring the lifetime collections of Dick Withington and Brian Stead, has clocks, art, pottery and stoneware, art pottery, furniture, folk art, decoys, lamps, lighting, rugs and textiles. It has a start time of 9 am Eastern.

Oct 05, 2020
Also, a circa 1910 Roycroft Ali Baba bench knocked down for $17,220 and a stunning 17th century English, Netherlands or Spanish School oil portrait of a Royal or Court Lady garnered $14,760 in the online-only auction held September 26th.

Oct 01, 2020
The auction is headlined by several contemporary collections, including a well-curated group of Southern face jugs primarily from Georgia and North Carolina potters, including pieces by the well-known Meaders and Hewell families.


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