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19th ANTIQUE DEALERS PARIS BIENNIAL
01 June 1998


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19th
ANTIQUE DEALERS PARIS
BIENNIAL

Paris - Carrousel du Louvre18 september - 4 october 1998
The 19th Paris Biennial exhibition, due to be held from September 18th until October 4th 1998, promises to be a major event at least as much important as the Maastricht Fair for antique dealers from all over the world.
Some 120 professionals from France, Germany, Belgium, China, the United States, Britain, Italie, the Netherlands, Portugal and Monaco will exhibit furniture, Asian and tribal art pieces, antique weapons, silver, tapestries, carpets, coins, medieval sculptures, old master and modern paintings, objects of art, ceramics and porcelains, drawings, jewels and rare books.
Over 100,000 visitors are expected at the Biennial which will take place again in the Carrousel of the Louvre Museum and buyers will have the opportunity of acquiring some of the best art pieces ever to be offered on the market.
However, the present edition, despite its marvellous setting, already promises to be inferior in quality to the Maastricht Fair which met considerable success a few weeks ago the reason being that French import taxes, the VAT and other fiscal measures have hampered dealers in their activities in Paris.
As a result, many galleries have been facing a long-standing crisis that they have not overcome yet.
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