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In this issue: “Egyptian Queen” by Frank Frazetta Brings $5.4 Million “Supernova” Gold Coin Brings $282,000 An 1893 Time Machine—Unique Tiffany clock sells at Sotheby’s. Signed Newport Fly Tea Table Shown in Reopened Museum—Tea table with joiner’s signature at Whitehorne House Museum. Stolen Hamilton Letter Resurfaces New York Attorney General Acts in National Book Auctions Case Record for Paul Evans—World record auction price at Sotheby’s. Art Advisor Sues Over Nonpayment Fresh Wyeth Sells for $203,150—Never before out of the family it was painted for, Wyeth painting goes to market. Chippendale’s Drawings for the “Director”—Limited edition of the “Director” available. Winterthur Acquires a Landscape Duncanson—Landscape expands view of American material culture. A Bit of the Divine in the Midwest—Outstanding folk art, country antiques, and Americana at Midwest Antique & Art Show. Contents of the Stephen Daniels House—Portrait of a little boy makes a big price at Kaminski. Revolutionary Engraving Leads at Potomack—Fireworks for Americana lots. The Salem Academy and College Sale—Myers Auction and Realty helps school declutter a bit. The 2019 Philadelphia Antiques and Art Show Gachot Collection Highlights Americana Sale Buyer Shoot the Works for $8 Million at Morphy—Successful firearms auction at Morphy. Americana and International Auction —Pook & Pook sells elaborate turned and painted sugar bowl/spice cup. Strong Results for Carved Emeralds—Green with envy for emeralds at Freeman’s. Letter from London—French, German, and American Orientalists at large in London. and much, much more

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