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  1. 9 Most Valuable CollectiblesRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Huffington Post

    From 24/7 Wall St.: No longer the sole domain of avid collectors, luxury collectibles are now considered viable alternative investments.

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  2. Museum visitors can get answers about their antiquesRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Northern Echo

    EXPERTS will offer valuations and advice at a drop-in antiques fair at a North-East museum next weekend.

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  3. Late Easter, April cold mean longer stays for Southwest Florida visitorsRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Naples Daily News

    DAVID ALBERS/STAFF - Randy Carter, a driver for Young's Transport, loads vehicles belonging to seasonal residents onto a car carrier semitrailer in preparation for shipping the cars on Friday, April 18, 2014, in Fort Myers.

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  4. Get ready for the release of Jack Kerouac's 'lost' Haunted LifeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    Mysteriously lost in 1944, Jack Kerouac's pencil-scrawled manuscript resurfaced in a 2002 Sotheby's catalog, having been discovered years earlier in the closet of a Columbia University dorm room.

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  5. Yes, A Woman Is 'Giving Birth' To A Painting In This Very NSFW VideoRead the original story

    Yesterday | Switched

    The latest instance of eye-opening art spectacle comes to us courtesy of Swiss artist Milo Moire .

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  6. St. Louis Art Museum loses bidding on Chinese artRead the original story

    Yesterday | Hispanic Business

    But when the auction started last month, the curators realized in the first few minutes that they weren't even in the running.

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  7. Hirst Forgery Juror SpeaksRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hyperallergic

    A Florida pastor's recent conviction for selling forged Damien Hirst spin paintings provided an absurdist twist to the tired art-scam narrative.

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  8. Leading photographers donate major works to help save the Fox Talbot ArchiveRead the original story

    Yesterday | Art Daily

    Otto Steinert is one of the most important German avant-garde post-war photographers.

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  9. Sotheby's to sell manuscript of Rachmaninov's Second Symphony in E Minor, OP. 27Read the original story

    Yesterday | Art Daily

    The autograph manuscript of Sergei Rachmaninov's Second Symphony in E Minor, Op.27.

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  10. Poison Pill's Relevance in the Age of Shareholder ActivismRead the original story

    Friday | Personal Injury Law News

    Sotheby's adopted a poison pill to defend itself against an attempt by Daniel S. Loeb's Third Point hedge fund to replace three of Sotheby's directors. But the poison pill was invented in the 1980s to fight off hostile raiders, and Mr. Loeb is not trying to take over the company. [ News Source ]

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  11. We're Not Egging You On: Faberge Eggs, Now at Rock Center, Will Net Some Big BucksRead the original story

    Friday | Racked

    After venturing out into the the big city, the FabergA eggs are now all nesting together.

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  12. Art MovementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Hyperallergic

    Novelist Gabriel GarcA a MA rquez - prolific author of One Hundred Years of Solitude and other works that mixed the mythical with the real of Latin America - died at the age of 87 .

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  13. The Art Market: What price an Easter egg?Read the original story

    Friday | Financial Times

    Just before Easter, London jeweller and FabergA specialist Wartski put on display, for just four days, the rediscovered Third Imperial FabergA Egg.

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  14. Ukraine tensions cast shadow on art worldRead the original story

    Friday | Financial Times

    The art world faces a nervous build-up to its crucial June auctions, amid concern that the fallout from the crisis in Ukraine will deter Russian collectors.

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  15. Erotic art offers glimpse of China's lost sexual philosophyRead the original story

    Friday | The Japan Times

    A woman attends a preview of an exhibition 'Gardens of Pleasure: Sex In Ancient China' presented by Sotheby's in Hong Kong on Tuesday.

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  16. Marc Dennis Showcases 'Allegory of the Art Fair' at Sotheby's and Nets Jets Sponsored BrunchRead the original story

    Thursday | Sys-Con Media

    The VIP event was an exclusive opportunity for selected guests to take a closer look at the exhibited art by the talented painter, Marc Dennis.

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  17. LXR & Co., the new way to shop for high end luxurious vintage accessoriesRead the original story

    Thursday | Examiner.com

    We can't get away from technology no matter how hard we try. It's literally everywhere from the minute we wake up to the moment we go to sleep and for some, even while you're sleeping, So why not take advantage of all that technology and use it to gap your existing brick and mortar into e commerce? That's exactly what LXR & Co 's founders, husband ... (more)

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  18. Chinese Cup Auctioned for Record-Breaking $36MRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 8 | Newindpress

    A staff member from Sotheby's presents the Meiyintang "Chicken Cup" from the Chinese Ming Dynasty during the media preview for the auction of Fine Art Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art sales in Hong Kong, Wednesday, March 12, 2014.

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  19. Sotheby's to Mail Letter to ShareholdersRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 17 | Hispanic Business

    Sotheby's strong financial and operating performance under the stewardship of Sotheby's Board and management team demonstrates that -- Maintaining - and building upon - a leadership position across multiple art auction market categories, leveraging its global, enduring brand and deploying innovative strategies; -- Creating value for ALL Sotheby's ... (more)

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  20. Sotheby's recap: Did Walton buy another Washington painting?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 17 | Arkansas Times

    The top sale at Sotheby's American Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture auction yesterday was "Washington and Lafayette at Mount Vernon, 1784," estimated to bring between $50,000 to $70,000 but which hauled in $305,000 instead.

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