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Skinner Americana—History for sale. Letter from London—A Lalique menagerie at Bonhams. Supreme Court Decision Changes Sales Tax Policies at Auction Houses Stacy Hollander Departs American Folk Art Museum Art Deals Lead to Lawsuits J. Levine Files Bankruptcy Two Houdon Portrait Busts Bring $1.475 Million Dealer Gary Hendershott Files for Bankruptcy Record Broken for Sculthorpe Painting Richmond Furniture—Exhibition of Richmond, Virginia-made furniture at the John Marshall House. The Sale of the L.D. Brinkman Western Art Collection—Authentic old West art at Bonhams. Ancient Corn Mummy Leads at Potomack—Mummy rises again, plus prized porcelain and artwork at Potomack. Thomaston Place Late Winter Auction Buyers Spell Success for Country Spirit Show—“Buy Me” message is heard at Country Spirit Show. Manuscript and Printed Americana—Stone facsimile of the Declaration of Independence sells at Sotheby’s. Rago Brings in $4.8 Million—Harry Bertoia screen and more 20th-century and modern art and design at Rago. Decoy Hunting Brings $2.4 Million at Copley’s Winter Sale—Collectors bag beautiful birds and sporting art. Silhouettes “Cut Without Hands...”: A Rare Broadside for Miss Martha Ann Honeywell—Broadside highlights talented silhouette artist. A Family Gathering A Great Little Americana Show in Georgia Made in New York City: The Business of Folk Art Family Record by the Virginia Record Book Artist Sells in Ohio 20th-Century Design in New York City The Bradford Family Potteries in Massachusetts—Notable New England pottery family may be the makers of some unattributed pottery

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