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Beyond Venice--Glass in the Venetian Style from 1500-1750

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Chippewa Spinners from 1910 Lure Bidders to Canadian Auction

Early Art Posters Rock the Auction Block

Early Tech Auction Offers Rarities 

Glass From Around the World 

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Historic Trotter-Byrd Antebellum Home and Contents Goes on the Auction Block

Joe DiMaggio's Patek Philippe Sells for $281,000

It Pays to Look Twice 

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Legendary Vase Sold on Ebay 

Never Before Seen Petroliana Sees the Light at Auction !

Ocean Liner Memorabilia Takes Top Honors at Weiss Auction

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Private Art Glass Collection Brings Top Dollars at Auction

Rare and Iconic Posters Go Under the Hammer

Restored 19th-Century Stagecoach Goes on the Auction Block

Scientific Instruments Reach for Collectibility

Sterling Silver Tea Set Led the Charge at November Sale

Space Age Collectibles Go on the Block  

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Napoleon’s Throne Featured in
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         the first time, exhibiting at Macao Museum of Art from
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Sledge from Shackleton's Antarctic expedition takes nearly $150,000 at Bonhams NEW!

A sledge from the first expedition to the Antarctic led by Ernest Shackleton sold for $150,000 (£115,000) in Bonhams’ Travel and Exploration sale on February 6.

 




 

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