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  • 12/1/11 4:31 am EST

    Artfact Live! simulcast 128 auctions from 45 different auction houses to round out an exciting and successful year. Many houses had impressive sales. James D. Julia started the month off well during Day 1 of their December 1-2nd “Important Lamp & Glass auction”, selling 155 of 598 lots (25.9%) through Artfact Live!. Nine days later, 70 of 442 lots were won by online bidders during Grogan & Company’s “December Auction”; and Freeman’s of Philadelphia, PA saw a $196,000 online sale.

    Stair Galleries, “Catalogued Auction” – December 3, 2011

  • 9/1/11 5:32 am EDT

    Online sales at Artfact, the world’s premier live auction platform, remained strong in September thanks to an outstanding selection of sales offered by its auction house members.

    A copy of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 1800-1922 sold online for £5,400 at Lyon & Turnbull’s Rare Books, Maps & Manuscripts sale. The set, which was once part of the library of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, toppled its £800 estimate and was among the top five sales during the September 7th auction.

  • 6/1/11 9:11 am EDT

    Online bidding at Artfact sizzled in June with six-figure sales of Asian Art at Czerny's International Auction House and individual online sale records at TajanSloans & KenyonQuinns Auction Galleries, and McMasters Harris Apple Tree Doll Auctions to name a few.

  • 5/1/11 9:12 am EDT

    Online sales at Artfact continued their upward trend in May 2011 with record sales at several Artfact Member Auction Houses. May’s highlights include I.M. Chait's "Asian & International Fine Arts Auction" with more than $1.7 million in online demand; R.O. Schmitt's two-day "Antique Clock Auction" with over 2,800 online bids from 24 countries and WestLicht's "19th Camera & Photographica Auction" where a 1923 Leica 0-series sold for $1.89 million – setting a world record for the most expensive camera at auction.

  • 4/30/11 9:16 am EDT

    J. Levine and Artfact Present the Frank E. Curley Collection April 30, 2011

    J. Levine Auction and Appraisal partners with Artfact Live! to offer live online bidding on hundreds of museum quality Native American baskets April 30, 2011. The auction features the Frank E. Curley Family Collection, which includes nearly 400 works, predominantly from Arizona tribes. The Curley Family Collection is one of the most culturally significant multi-generation collections amassed by a single Arizona family and has been continuously cared for and treasured until the recent death of the family’s last surviving member.


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