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... Brett Lawyer and Rayni Williams of Hilton & Hyland, an affiliate of Christie's International Real Estate, were the listing agents. $9.7 million -- De Mille ...
... well disposed towards the gallery. In 2009 Smith splashed out £361,250 at Christie's on a Lowry of Liverpool's Waterloo Dock - where emigrants to America ...
... open to the public.” The La Salle sale is being handled by Christie’s, the auction house, and is expected to take place later this year. ...
... lot of nervous second-home owners.Sold by: Sibarth Real Estate, an affiliate of Christie's International Real Estate 2. A Triplex Penthouse in Monte Carlo, Monaco, $61 ...
... the report loses credibility. Had it concentrated on major salerooms - Bonhams, Christie's and Sotheby's - and specialist dealers such as Rosemary Bandini or Paul ...
... any effect? This was the elephant-in-the-salesroom question being asked here as Sotheby's, Christie's and Bonhams held their traditional pre-Christmas auctions of old masters paintings, just ...
... or risk regret later. HOLD: Francis Bacon There was stunned silence at Christie's on October 6 when Bacon's Study of Red Pope (2), rumored to ...
... Last month, Christie's International Real Estate announced that it had expanded its presence in Asia-Pacific ...
... as well as the first maps ever to use the name “America.” Christie’s, the auction house, estimated the new find would fetch from $800,000 to ...
... the sale of Leonardo da Vinci's ''Salvator Mundi'' for $450.3 million at Christie's last month. Who could possibly have spent that much money on one ...
... Wall Street Journal. The winning bid in the November 15 auction at Christie's in New York was made anonymously by phone using a Christie's representative. ...
... recently rediscovered masterpiece dated circa 1500, was sold for $450 million at Christie's in New York City. As in most high-profile auction deals, the name ...
... vodka titan's 440-foot yacht, for half a billion dollars. A spokeswoman for Christie's, the auction house that sold ''Salvator Mundi,'' said it did not comment ...
... "Salvator Mundi" smashed auction records when it went under the hammer at Christie's New York last month. It is one of fewer than 20 authenticated ...
... from one's travels.'' Lindsay Griffith, a specialist in prints and multiples at Christie's, agreed. ''Interesting juxtapositions make a gallery wall more personal,'' Ms. Griffith said. ...
... several sales will generate results in excess of one billion dollars, notably Christie's sale of the David and Peggy Rockefeller collection next May in New ...
... For the first time, STALVEY is proud to partner with Christie's Auction House in its upcoming New York Handbag and Accessories Online Auction. ...
... operate out of its Lido Village office as First Team Real Estate Christie's International-and now, its agents will have full access to the many unmatched ...
... CHRISTIE'S auctioned off a 14.93 carat diamond yesterday for $32m (£24.1m). At £1.6m ...
... Leonardo da Vinci's ''Salvator Mundi,'' which sold at Christie's for $450.3 million, the highest price ever achieved for any artwork at ...
... his new Viceland TV show, ''Most Expensivest,'' he made a beeline for Christie's New York, on the eve of its postwar and contemporary art sale. ...
... by Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi. Having sold for $US450.3 million at Christie's, the painting represents about 19 per cent of the week's overall sales ...
... painting was a record for any work of art sold at auction. Christie's, which auctioned the painting, billed it as "the Last da Vinci," calling ...
... Stendhal syndrome over some powerful tycoon? Was it the rarity of what Christie's promoted as ''The Last da Vinci''? Or was it what Marx called ...
... a sign of things to come? And would auction houses now mimic Christie's strategy, one that focused less on expertise and authentication, and more on ...
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