Auction house marks 90th year

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The same year Alex Cooper Auctioneers opened its doors the Ziegfeld Follies opened on Broadway, the first Little Orphan Annie-strip appears in NYC Daily News, and a then 2 1/2-year-old Judy Garland made her show business debut. A lot has changed in the 90 years since the Maryland auction house began serving the antiques community, but Alex Cooper Auctioneers is going strong. Read More +

Study for Rockwell’s ‘How Goes the War on Poverty’ may command $200,000

Rockwell painting

A three-auction event set for Dec. 10-11 at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers will bring before bidders American and European and Contemporary art, including a 1965 study for a Norman Rockwell painting, that was reproduced on the cover of Look magazine and accompanied an article on Lyndon B. Johnson’s legislation program to address high poverty in the United States.
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