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Here are four sales I'll be watching this week:

At Christie's Paris on Tuesday, 4 February, Paul Destribats: Bibliothèque des avant-gardes, Partie II. The 276 lots include a maquette for of

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

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 

Quite a lineup of auctions this week to keep an eye on.

  

On Monday, November 12, Leslie Hindman Auctioneers sells The Fine Cartographic and Printed Americana Collection of Evelyn and Eric Newman,

Quite a busy auction week coming up:

  

On Tuesday, October 23, Mexico City auction house Morton Subastas sells Libros y Documentos: Colección de un Bibliófilo, in 261 lots. Brasseur and Waldeck's 

Coming up on Tuesday and Wednesday, September 18-19, at Sotheby's London, The Erwin Tomash Library on the History of Computing, in 942 lots. I'll have more on this sale in the next print issue, but an expected highlight is a presentation copy of Galileo's 

very busy auction week coming up.

  

First, a quick survey of the five Aristophil sales this week: on Monday, June 18, Aguttes sells Beaux-arts, ?uvres et correspondances, in 324