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Doyle New York is honored to auction the New York City Bar Association Rare Book Collection. The Collection will be offered in several landmark auctions, with the first sale of over 300 lots taking place on Monday, November 24, 2014 at 10am. Subsequent sales will be held in 2015.
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On Monday, November 24, 2014 at 10am, Doyle New York will hold an auction of Rare Books, Autographs & Maps. The sale includes much remarkable material.
In musical autographs, one highlight is a very rare autograph transcription of Irving Berlin’s God Bless America, first sung by Kate Smith on an Armistice Day
Doyle New York is pleased to announce the opening of a new office in Beverly Hills, California. The office is directed by Nan Summerfield, who has been named a Senior Vice President in the company and Director of California Operations. The new office opened on October 1.
?We are delighted to welcome Nan Summerfield to the Doyle team,? said
Doyle New York is honored to auction important World War II tribute albums presented to American Staff Sergeant Lawrence R. Kelly. On August 25, 1944, Kelly was mistakenly wounded by a French sharpshooter on the first day of the liberation of Paris. The album was conceived by the Saint-Cloud pharmacist who treated Kelly’s wounds. This stunning tribute to one man who became a symbol of a
Doyle New York is honored to auction a remarkable collection of original album cover art, rare photography and related ephemera assembled by Bruce Lundvall, longtime president of the renowned Jazz label, Blue Note Records. During his half-century in the music industry at record labels Columbia, CBS, Elektra, Manhattan (EMI) and
Doyle New York held a successful auction of Rare Books & Autographs on April 9, 2014. The sale offered over 250 lots, including Americana, early manuscripts, first editions, literature, plate books, atlases, travel, maps, science, illustration art and autographs.
Also selling for a record price was an 1891 first trade edition of Oscar Wilde’s The