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London's Frieze Week Auctions Kick Off, 40 Years of Patek Philippe at Christie's, Record-Setting Glenfiddich, and More

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Friday, October 7, 2016

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The Frieze Week of Contemporary Art Auctions Begin

by Judd Tully • The private collection of Leslie Waddington, the late and legendary London dealer of modern and contemporary art, kicked off the week of contemporary auctions Tuesday evening with a “white glove,” 100 percent-sold-sale, realizing £28,285,525 million ($36 million) for the 44 lots sold.
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Christie's Super-Charged Evening Sale

by Judd Tully • The global art market hit a high note at Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary art evening sale on Thursday, registering an estimate busting £34.2 million ($43.5 million). The tally motored past pre-sale expectations of £14.8-21.8 million, thanks to several super-charged lots.
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Phillips's 20th Century and Contemporary Art Evening Sale

by Judd Tully • In a mild mannered and sparsely-attended salesroom on ritzy Berkeley Square, Phillips’s 20th Century and Contemporary Art auction eked out a decent £17,867,750 ($22,692,043) tally. Only four out of the 28 lots offered went unsold for a respectable buy-in rate by lot of 14 percent.
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Christie’s Celebrates 40 Years of Patek Philippe’s Nautilus With Global Sales

by Mark Beech • The 40th anniversary of one of the world’s most sought-after watches — the Patek Philippe Nautilus — will be celebrated with a series of global sales by Christie’s. Forty of the Nautilus watches will be offered at four auctions: Dubai (October 19), followed by Geneva (November 14), Hong Kong (November 28), and New York (December 6). These sales come after the Christie’s Patek Philippe 175 auction in 2014.
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Glenfiddich Sells for Record $87,000 at Bonhams Edinburgh

by Mark Beech • A single bottle of Glenfiddich has sold for a record £68,500 (about $87,000). The price at Bonhams in Edinburgh is the most paid for Glenfiddich and also a Scottish auction house record for a single malt. Purchased by a bidder in the Far East, the bottle soared above its hammer-price estimate of £25,000 to £35,000.
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Sotheby’s Raises $21.6 Million as De Balkany Sale Sets Paris Record

by Mark Beech • Sotheby’s raised an above-estimate €19.3 million at what it said was the most important auction ever staged in France for a collection of decorative arts and paintings. The 700+ lots were owned by the businessman Robert Zellinger de Balkany, who died last year at the age of 84 after more than 50 years of collecting.
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Big Cats Need Rehoming: Barn-Find Jaguar E-Type to Rival Restored XK150 at Auction

by Mark Becch • Two classic Jaguars in completely different states of repair will be rivalling each other in the next H&H auction. Although similar in age, the two cars could hardly be more different. One is a fully-restored XK150, while the other is a 1964 E-Type in need of much restoration. Both will be offered at the Duxford Imperial War Museum on October 12.
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