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A Book of Poison or Medieval Cures? (Book of the Week)

Watching the catalogues produced by auction houses is one of the real pleasures of a booksellers life. Often lavishly produced, the catalogues provide a visual, abundant feast of beautiful books to salivate any bibliophile. 1,150 more words

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Amy Cappellazzo Plans to Leave the Auction World to Become a Private Dealer

Amy Cappellazzo, Christie’s Chairman of Post-war and Contemporary Art Development will leave the company in February.  The contemporary art market has changed considerably since she began her job back in 2001.  86 more words

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Highlights from November's Post-War & Contemporary Sales

Mid November sparked a hunger in New York City for art acquisitions when the leading auction houses went head to head with the Post-War & Contemporary Art Sales. 1,191 more words

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Highlights from November's Impressionist & Modern Sales

Happy holidays everyone! I am going to tell you about some artwork you will probably not be receiving as a holiday gift from your loved ones (sorry in advance for the disappointment).   882 more words

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$1 million Picasso will be raffled off

Sotheby’s, Paris, will be raffling off an original Pablo Picasso for $137.  The value of the gouache painting, 1914, Man in the Opera Had, is worth a staggering $1 million.  49 more words

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McQueen's Ferrari

Steve McQueen’s Ferrari sold for 12 Million dollars.

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