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Sir Daniel Donohue’s ‘white glove’ collection of fine antiques and precious objects grosses $4 million

The collection of Sir Daniel Donohue, a single-owner estate sold April 4-5, attracted a crowd of more than 200 people to Bonham's Los Angeles saleroom, many of whom traveled from abroad to participate. The remarkable two-day  sale brought more than $4 million and featured nearly 1,000 lots. The entire collection will be sold at...

March Mania takes over spring Pier 94 Antiques Show

NEW YORK — The aisles are packed, the atmosphere charged. It’s a hot shopping party and everyone is in on the action. Newlyweds are spotted purchasing a 12-foot long industrial table. (Are they thinking family, or what?) Is that a celebrity checking out the leaded glass Tiffany lamps?

Antique lamps, art glass light up Julia’s final auction of 2009

FAIRFIELD, Maine — The auction firm of James D. Julia ended their 2009 auction season with a bang. As part of a three-day auction event, Julia’s combined the efforts of Julia’s advertising, toy and doll division head Andrew Truman and glass and lamp department head Dudley Browne in an outstanding array of quality antiques.