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Jeremy Lamond

Jeremy Lamond conducts last sale at Halls

12 December 2019

Jeremy Lamond’s final auction as Halls’ fine art director took place this week with the annual Christmas sale in Shrewsbury.

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New faces at Bonhams and West Dean College – the latest Movers and Shakers across the art and antiques trade

12 December 2019

An update on recent job changes including the retirement of Edward Baldwin at Baldwin’s.

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Sotheby’s wins court case over a disputed €10m ‘Frans Hals’ painting

11 December 2019

Auction house Sotheby’s has won its case against the former business partner of Old Master picture dealer Mark Weiss over a Frans Hals (1582-1666) painting that Sotheby’s now deems is a fake.

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Have your say: London dealership offers two antique ballot boxes

11 December 2019

With the election looming, Armoury of St James’s offers the chance to look back at polling history with two ballot boxes.

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Italian images of the Virgin and Child feature in French gallery

10 December 2019

The Madonna, Eternal Woman is the title of Paris Old Master picture dealer Galerie G Sarti’s autumn exhibition which continues at the gallery on the rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré until December 20.

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Trio of works sold by West Midlands dealer go to major museums

10 December 2019

This 19th century Jamaican inlaid table by Ralph Turnbull was one of several pieces that Thomas Coulborn & Sons sold to major museums this year.

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Napoleon’s boots march out of auction with €91,000 bid

09 December 2019

A pair of boots owned by Napoleon which were worn by him during his exile on the island of St Helena have been sold at auction in France.