Paul Evans, Roy Lichtenstein and John Angus Chamberlain to headline Palm Beach Modern’s June 2nd auction in Florida

PBM image 1 Rare Paul Evans mid-century modern Skyline dining table and eight chairs. Table est. $10,000-$15,000; dining chairs est. $30,000-$50,000.

Palm Beach Modern Auctions’ (PBMA) fully curated sales include the best of modern and contemporary art, furniture and fine jewelry from consignors in beautiful Palm Beach and other upscale communities in Florida, as well as the Hamptons (N.Y.) and New York City. PBMA’s Saturday, June 2nd auction features over 520 lots of fine art, including original works, editions and sculptures; furniture by important 20th-century designers; Picasso pottery; and a single-owner collection of prestigious timepieces. Their catalog is a modern and contemporary collector’s wish book, so have a browse and enjoy the quality.

PBM image 2 Roy Lichtenstein lithograph, Modern Art, signed edition. Est. $6,000-$9,000.

Expected top lots in the June 2nd auction include a rare Paul Evans mid-century modern Skyline dining table and eight chairs (est. $30,000-$50,000); a signed edition Roy Lichtenstein lithograph titled Modern Art (est. $6,000-$9,000); and a John Angus Chamberlain sculpture with important provenance from Xavier Fourcade Gallery, which represented the artist (est. $250,000-$450,000). Palm Beach – the name, alone conjures luxury, elegance and a lifestyle that only a privileged few can enjoy…that is, unless you’re a follower of PBMA’ fully curated sales. The June 2nd event will be held online and in West Palm Beach, Fla. To see more, click here.

PBM image 3 John Angus Chamberlain sculpture with important provenance from Xavier Fourcade Gallery, which represented the artist. Est. $250,000-$450,000.

 

 

 

North American Auction Company’s Premier Western, Native American Antiques, Firearms & Rare Art Auction, is June 2nd

NA image 1 Exceptional equestrian bronze sculpture crafted by Jack Muir (Lakeside, Mont.), titled Los Bandidos (2010), 26 inches tall, set atop a hefty granite block (est. $9,000-$14,000).

North American Auction Company’s Premier Western, Native American Antiques, Firearms & Rare Art Auction will be held on Saturday June 2nd,  at 10 am Mountain time, online and at the firm’s gallery in Bozeman, Montana. The auction features over 500 rare and important items, including early antique firearms, Jack Muir original bronzes, rare Montana original art, a fine collection of Navajo jewelry, an original William Gollings painting from 1923, Ray Tracey Navajo 14k gold rings, a Winchester Model 1873 .44-40 caliber rifle, rare early Colt revolvers, Navajo sterling jewelry and Montana history items.

NA image 2 Rare original oil on canvas bucking bronco painting by Wyoming artist E. William (Bill) Gollings (Am., 1878-1932), circa 1923, 29 ¼” by 35 ½” in frame (est. $15,000-$50,000).

Also offered will be advertising signs and excellent 19th century Native American Indian weapons and artifacts. Shipping is available for all items, including firearms, at buyer’s expense. Phone and absentee bidding is available. Doors will open at 8 am on auction day, and a preview is planned for Friday, June 1st, from 10-5. North American Auction Company offers local, live simulcast, phone and online bidding to over 18 million available bidders worldwide. The firm prides itself on being professional marketers, using targeted marketing and detailed cataloging to attract collectors and achieve record-setting prices. For more info, click here.

NA image 3 Gorgeous Ray Tracey Navajo Native American Indian 14kt gold and diamond ring, featuring inlaid lapis lazuli and set with four large diamonds in the center (est. $1,500-$3,500).

 

 

 

Fusco Auctions’ big two-day auction on June 2nd-3rd will feature stamps, sports cards, Gent’s collectibles

FA image 1 1968 Ohio State Championship Ring, an extremely rare salesman’s sample of this classic OSU championship ring. Players’ rings outnumber these rarely seen salesman rings. Incised Jostens 10K and inscribed CJ - 1823 on inside band. Size 12. (est. $3,000-$5,000).

Fusco Auctions’ next big sale will be a two-day affair, with the Saturday, June 2nd session featuring rare U.S. and worldwide stamps and collections, as well as large philatelic lots. The Sunday, June 3rd session will be packed with vintage sports cards, memorabilia and Gent’s collectibles, ranging from firearms to locks of Abraham Lincoln’s and George Washington’s hair. Start times both days are 11 am Eastern time. Absentee bidding started on May 13th and will run up to the start of the auction, which will go live in real time at www.fuscoauctionslive.com. The catalog for both sessions went live on May 18th.

FA image 2 Excellent Cy Young autograph on the left panel of a vintage 1909 Ban Johnson Reach OAL baseball from the 1909 season. with a full JSA certificate (est. $4,000-$7,000).

All of Fusco Auctions’ online live auctions are now hosted on five bidding platforms, to include the re-launched eBay Live, AuctionZip, Invaluable.com, LiveAuctioneers.com and the Fusco Auctions website, www.fuscoauctions.com. It is estimated the five platforms will attract over 150 million potential bidders. Fusco Auctions conducts regular public and online auctions at its 12,000-plus-square-foot facility in Willoughby Ohio. The firm specializes in vintage sports cards and memorabilia, rare and investment grade U.S. and foreign stamps, rare and fine coins, antiquarian books, vintage comics and estates. To view all items being auctioned, click here.

FA image 3 Nice grouping of (12) different 1897 Jubilee issues up to and including the $1 Lake value. All are unused with fine or better centering. Scott 55 has no gum, the rest original gum. Scott 53 never hinged. Hinge marks on others to varying degrees. The $1 Lake value some perfs.

 

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