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In this issue: New Orleans Auction Galleries Sues Kenos for Unpaid Bill—Backed-up cash flow impedes dealers’ ability to pay. A Blanket Statement at Farrin’s—A second-phase chief’s blanket surprise. Ownership of Cincinnati Art Galleries Changes—Longtime family ownership ends. Penniman Portraits Acquired by Old Sturbridge Village—A cabinetmaker and his wife come to stay at Old Sturbridge. The Dealer’s Fair Has New Management—Hunt antiques with Hunt & Gather Events in September. Gagosian Gallery Settles $4.28 Million Tax Bill—Tax law catches up with gallery. Brexit Leads to BADA Dealers Showing in New York City—European dealers bring goods to New York Art, Antique and Jewelry Show. Pook & Pook to Sell Jewelry in Delaware Tax Free—Partnership brings new opportunity to buy beautiful jewelry. Yes, There Will Be Another Philadelphia Antiques Show—Penn Medicine gives show managers the thumbs up. Rhode Island Furniture—A comprehensive survey of Rhode Island furniture at the Yale University Art Gallery. Next on the Block—Nan Gurley’s collection and others coming soon to an auction house near you! Hindman Expands to Scottsdale—Appraisal and consignment services now open in Arizona. Classical Splendor—Benjamin Latrobe’s commissions for the Waln house at the PMA. Luman Reed’s Service Goes to N-YHS—Society scores big dinner service. “Action Comics” #1 Brings $956,000—Superman flies into action at Heritage. London Company Pays $2 Million for Artwork but Still Waits for Delivery—Blue Art files lawsuit. Dave the Slave Pot Brings $206,800—Special pots at Southern Folk Pottery Collectors Society sale. Märklin “Amerika” Steams to a Record $271,400—It’s playtime at Bertoia’s. Lady Washington Plate Soars—Tea with Martha? It will cost a pretty penny.

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