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THE HISTORIC TROTTER-BYRD ANTEBELLUM HOME IN QUITMAN, MISSISSIPPI, AND ITS CONTENTS OF FINE ANTIQUES, TO BE SOLD ON-SITE, ON SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 2017

The contents of a fine 5,500-square-foot antebellum home in Quitman, Mississippi—the only one spared by General Sherman during the Civil War, will be sold on Saturday, June 24, on the grounds of the home at 419 East Franklin Street. The property will come up for bid at Noon Central Time. Dating from 1852, the three large-bedroom, 1½- bath home is on the National Register of Historic Places.                             Read more

 
CRESCENT CITY AUCTION GALLERY PRESENTS OVER 1,000 PREMIUM LOTS JUNE 24-25

A pair of 20th century Italian-style composition Blackamoor torchieres, a mid-19th century French three-piece gilt and patinated bronze and white marble clock set, a large pair of French carved giltwood Corinthian columns, and an oil on canvas painting by Louisiana artist Robert M. Rucker (1932-2000) are just a few of the items that will come up for bid June 24th and 25th in New Orleans as part of Crescent City Auction Gallery’s June Estates Auction.              Read more



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