Auctions

January 4, 2021
AntiquarianAuctions.com in the U.S., sale #5: a wide-ranging sale, including a shell-book selection from the library of Richard I. Johnson; fine bindings; calligraphic material; sculpture: George Washington, and Sigmund Freud; wood printing blocks; photo albums: Atomic Power in Italy in one, an archive of material relating to H.G. Wells’ “Things To Come” in another. 
January 4, 2021
Potter & Potter Auctions is pleased to announce this 700+ lot sale to be held on Saturday, January 30th starting at 10am CST. Given current public health regulations, the event will be held online and live streamed from the company's gallery. All
December 29, 2020
Items from the estate of the legendary British conductor and composer Raymond Leppard (1927-2019), a Grammy-winning recording artist and scholarly revivalist of 16th and 17th century baroque operas, will come up for bid in a live and online auction slated for Saturday, January 16th, by Ripley Auctions.
December 28, 2020
New York — Swann Galleries closed out 2020 with a marathon sale of Maps & Atlases, Natural History & Color Plate Books on Thursday, December 17.
December 28, 2020
Boston — An F. Scott Fitzgerald handwritten letter to a fan in Princeton, NJ, will be auctioned by Boston-based RR Auction.
December 28, 2020
Boston — RR Auction's first sale of the New Year is led by leaders: icons of the Civil Rights movement, political powerhouses, and social activists that bro
December 28, 2020
Berkeley, CA – PBA Galleries announced an auction of Fine Literature – Science Fiction & Mystery on January 7th, 2021.
December 22, 2020
Westport, CT – A four-page manuscript consisting of nearly 2,300 words written entirely in the hand of English physicist Sir Isaac Newton, a World War II-dated letter written in English by Albert E
December 21, 2020
New York – Christie’s presents Americana Week 2021, a series of three live and online sales comprised of Outsider Art on January 21, In Praise of America: Important American Furniture, Folk Art, Si
December 18, 2020
A copy of the Bible bound for King Charles II, and reputed to have been used by his father Charles I at his execution on 30 January 1649, sold for £220,250. Known as the Stoneywood Bible, after the house near Aberdeen where it was kept for many years, it had been estimated at £20,000-30,000.