Swann's Annual Auction of Rare & Important Travel Posters Featured images of diverse geographical locations from the desert of the Mideast to the resorts of Europe, in addition to bold depictions of trains, ocean liners and airplanes was held on ctober 18, 2013 in New York.
Scroll through to see a few of our favorites from this sale.
This sale of Important Paintings & Sculptures offered an impressive and wide array of works from some of the most important artistic movements, such as Modern, Impressionist, Contemporary, Latin American and Russian art.
The total amount realized from the auction was $1,704,213.
Scroll through to see 12 highlights from this sale.
A trademark white suit and clip-on string bow-tie once belonging to Kentucky Fried Chicken founder, fast food pioneer and American corporate icon Colonel Harlan Sanders, sold for $21,510.00 on June 22 in Dallas.
"Studio 54 is a way of life. People live there. They dance there. They drink there. They make friends there. They make love there. They break up there. They become stars there. They do business there. They sleep there...We've never had an earthquake in New York, but if we did, it would be at Studio 54." --Andy Warhol
A copy of The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album autographed by all four band members has shattered expectations at auction.
The iconic album was sold Saturday, March 30 for $290,500 by Heritage Auctions in Dallas. It had been listed at $30,000 before the sale.
The autographs of the band members were obtained in 1967, the same year the record was issued, according to a letter of authenticity posted on Heritage Auctions' website.
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