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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.

Sep 30, 2020
The portrait was part of a never before offered collection of works by Burliuk. It sold for $39,100 to take top lot honors in an online Estate & Art Auction held September 16th by Weiss Auctions. Overall, the 550-lot sale grossed nearly $500,000.

Sep 29, 2020
Rare vintage comic books, Pokémon collectibles, toys and dolls will all share center stage in Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers' next auction, planned for Saturday, October 17th, at 10 am Eastern, online and live in the Cranston, Rhode Island gallery.

Sep 28, 2020
The letter is especially relevant now, in today's racially and politically charged climate, even though it was written nearly 80 years ago. Also, letters written in English by Einstein are exceedingly rare. German was his preferred tongue.

Sep 26, 2020
Leading the auction was the highly-anticipated sale of Abstract Expressionist art from the Jeanne and Carroll Berry Collection. The results did not disappoint. The auction totaled over $3.3 million, with more than 82 percent of all lots sold.

Sep 25, 2020
Favre signed the shirt with "HOF 16" (for his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016) and "Tom Brady is the GOAT" (the acronym for "Greatest of All Time"). Proceeds will go to benefit Favre's charity: Favre4Hope Foundation.

Sep 24, 2020
The 624-lot was led by the outstanding lifetime collections of Ken Vinen and Jack Winkler and also featured general store items, petroliana (gas station collectibles), breweriana and automobilia. The top lot was a Seeburg Orchestrion (CA$24,780).

Sep 23, 2020
Up for bid are around 450 lots of authentic Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Near Eastern, Holy Land, Byzantine, Asian and Pre-Columbian antiquities, plus attractive examples of ethnographic art – something for every level of collector.

Sep 22, 2020
Also, a Civil War-era military amputation kit sold for $5,000 and a pair of circa 1910-1920 railroad signal lamps brought $5,375. The five-day auction saw hundreds of rare and interesting items cross the auction block in many collecting categories.

Sep 21, 2020
Each page of the catalog has an embedded video that can be easily clicked and viewed. All 60 lots have their own video. The idea came to 500 Gallery owner Bruce Wood while he was watching a video of sparkling jewelry twirling on a pedestal.


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