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Here are the auctions I'll be watching this week:

  

Another round of sales from the Aristophil collection this week at the French auction houses:

  

- First up, ?crits & Correspondances de Peintres at Aguttes on Monday, April 1, in 183 lots. Rating the top estimate is a

Four sales to watch this week:

  

On Tuesday, March 19, Chiswick Auctions holds a Photographica sale, in 180 lots all by the same avant-garde photographer: Francis Joseph Bruguière (1879-1945). 

  

At ALDE in Paris on Wednesday, March 20, ?ditions Originales du

A busier week coming up in the auction world:

  

On Tuesday, March 5, Rossini auctions the first sale of books from the collection of Guy Gaulard, in 229 lots.

  

Heritage Auctions will hold a

After a fairly quiet week, we're very much back to business on the auction front. Here are a few things I'll be watching this week:

  

Alexander Historical Auctions holds its Winter Auction on Monday, February 18, in a whopping 1,120 lots. Among the manuscripts expected to sell well are a June 29, 1861

The Zamorano Club is Southern California's bibliophilic club -- it is to SoCal what the Grolier is to New York, and the Caxton is to Chicago. To mark its 90th anniversary last year, a volume of essays exploring the historic contributions of women booksellers, printers, and collectors in California was published, titled Zamorano Celebrates 90

A trio of sales I'll be watching this week:

  

At Bonhams London on Wednesday, February 6, a Travel and Exploration sale, in 205 lots. Expected to lead the way is a sledge from the 1907-1909 British Antarctic Expedition (known as the "Nimrod Expedition"), estimated

Quite a range of auctions this week to keep an eye on, including three sales on Tuesday, January 22:

  

At Bunch Auctions, a combined sale of Rare Books & Fine Prints and Native American Artifacts. A first edition of Dickens' 

A return to action in the auction rooms this week, with two sales on Thursday, January 10:
  

Before we get to the very busy calendar of sales coming up this week, I must note a couple of the results from last week's auction at Christie's, which saw Einstein's "God Letter" set a new auction record for an Einstein letter at $2,892,500, and a copy of