Rago Art

Rago Arts and Auction is a leading U.S. auction house with $30 million in sales in 2013. A vital force in the international market and a world-class venue through which to buy and sell, Rago provides their clients with a remarkable blend of global reach and personal service. Rago holds auctions of 20th and 21st Century design, fine art, decorative arts, furnishings, jewelry, militaria, coins and currency, Asian art, historic ephemera, and ethnographic items.

Rago offers valuations for personal property (from a single piece to collections and estates), appraisals, estate services, exhibitions and lectures in house and online. Its specialists are experts with up-to-date market knowledge. Rago's Sellers value an inquiry process which is convenient and confidential. Inquiries are answered within 1 to 3 business days and auction estimates for property Rago wishes to accept are free of charge. The house's commissions are highly competitive, with no hidden fees or buy-in charges.

All of Rago's auctions post online to an audience of over 3,000,000 viewers. Print catalogues, website and marketing program are designed to maximize the salability of the property Rago represents. Superior results invariably follow. The Rago Arts and Auction Center is based in New Jersey, midway between Philadelphia and New York City.

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Black-and-White Photographs at Rago Art
This May, auction-goers will have the chance to put their hands on beautiful black-and-white art photography from the mid-19th century. Rago Arts provides a number of important works that are characteristic of this period.
Fortuna, April 25th-27th; Schilb Antiquarian, fixed price and April 29th; Rago Arts & Auction, May 5th
Western cowboy bronze by Saletta, $5,000, Holabird Western Americana
Clements’ 80th year auction; U.S. presidents and their wives; Rago three-day monster sale
Copy of Amazing Fantasy #15, $13,750, Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers

Realized prices "Rago Art "

Fifty from The Franklin Library First Edition Society, including: Marry Me, Sophie's Choice, Madame Bovary, Slapstick, The Alcestiad and The Honorable Schoolboy among others, published in Franklin Center, Pennsylvania, 1949-1980 Rago Art
ROYCROFT; Paddle-arm slatted Morris...
ROYCROFT; Paddle-arm slatted Morris chair; New cushion on original seat construction; Carved Roycroft; 45 1/2" x 36 1/2" x 40" Rago Art
MATTHEW DALY; ROOKWOOD; Early Dull Finish pitcher with irises, Cincinnati, 1891; Flame mark/387BW/MAD/L; 11 1/2" x 6"; Exhibition: Ode to Nature: Flowers and Landscapes of the Rookwood Pottery 1880-1920, Jordan-Volpe Gallery, June, 1980 Rago Art
ENTERTAINERS" AUTOGRAPHS; Approx. fifty clipped signatures or letters, late 19th/20th c.; Including Florence Easton, Lavinia Warren, Lucrezia Bori, Mischa Elman, Leopold Auer, etc. Rago Art
Cabinet, USA, 1950s; Stained and lacquered mahogany, tooled leather, glass, acrylic; Unmarked; 34" x 66" x 21"\n\nGood vintage condition. Some moderate wear to top. Darkened scratches and minor finish scaling. Interiors are clean. Rago Art
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The Rago Arts and Auction Center
333 North Main Street,
Lambertville, NJ 08530
Phone: (609) 397-9374
Toll Free: (866)-724-6278
E-mail: info@ragoarts.com
Fax: (609) 397-9377