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HUGE SCANDAL ROCKS THE PARIS ART MARKET by Adrian Darmon
A huge scandal has rocked the Paris art market following the arrests of two of its main representatives suspected of having sold fake pieces of furniture, notably to the royal chateau of Versailles.
TWO DOCUMENTS SIGNED BY PRESIDENT LINCOLN SOLD FOR 4,5 MILLION USD
Two documents signed by Abraham Lincoln in his drive to abolish slavery in the 19th century have sold for more than $4.5 million at Sotheby's on May 25, 2016 in New York.
RARE BREGUET WATCH REACHES TOP PRICE IN GENEVA
On 16th May 2016 In Geneva, the Breguet et Fils self-winding quarter repeating watch with equation of time, day, month and power reserve pocket watch acquired on December 31st1817 by Charles-Louis Havas (1783-1858), founder of the famous press agency AFP, was sold by Christie's to a private Swiss museum for CHF3,245,000 and became the second most expensive Breguet watch sold at auction.
BAD SALE FOR IMPRESSIONIST AND MODERN WORKS AT CHRISTIE'S
Christie's Impressionist and modern sale on Thursday, May 12 totaled $141 million, just at the low tip of the $138.3 million to $203.4 million range. Of 51 lots on offer, one was withdrawn) and 44, or 86 were sold.
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