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Monday, November 21, 2016
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Artcurial Sells Tintin Drawing for Record €1.55m in Paris

by Nicholas Forrest • French auction house Artcurial has set a new auction record for a single cartoon drawing, selling an original drawing from the 1954 Tintin adventure “Explorers on the Moon” for €1.55m ($1.64m) against an estimate of €700 000 – 900 000.

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Auctions – France

Auction Preview: Christie’s Design Evening Sale, Paris, Nov 22

by Paul Durand • The top lots of the sale:A 1924 Persian bed decorated with lacquer and gold leaves, designed by Eileen Gray.

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AUCTION — INTERNATIONAL

Auction Preview: Bonham’s Watches and Wristwatches, London, Nov 22

by Amanda Avery • Top lots of this sale: A Rolex, fine 18K gold manual wind chronograph wristwatch, circa 1935, jeweled manual wind movement with column wheel chronograph, silvered dial with baton hour markers and Arabic numeral 6 and 12, fitted black leather strap with plated buckle, case, dial and movement signed 35mm.

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AUCTION — UK

Auction Preview: Sotheby’s Lord & Lady Attenborough Private Collection, London, Nov 22

by Amanda Avery • The auction brings the personal collection of Pablo Picasso ceramics assembled by Lord and Lady Attenborough.

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AUCTION — UK

Auction Preview: Sotheby’s A Painter’s Paradise: Julian Trevelyan and Mary Fedden at Durham Wharf, London, Nov 23

by Amanda Avery • Sotheby’s celebrates two of Britain’s most-loved painters, revealing their highly personal, closely allied and yet unique ways of looking at the world.

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