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March 11, a few notes..


The March sale is coming together fast, featuring a large variety of fresh to the market merchandise, including antiques, mid Century modern, Japanese swords, estate jewelry, carpets, vintage stereo equipment, a huge assortment of art, including oils, watercolors, prints & etchings.

A carved stone wall fountain, massive carved continental bedroom suite, several Knoll, Eames tables & chairs, Chesterfield leather sofa, an important antique Japanese sword by  Bichu Osafune Sukesade, Eisho Period, painting, "Ugly Cop" by  Robert Loughlin, a selection of New York City mixed media's by Charles Fazzino, Zanotta Mid Century sectional sofa,  & lots more.

The preliminary item list has been uploaded to the website in doc form, and is posted as an interactive searchable list as well, making searching for specific items a breeze.
To download the list select "Services" from the top menu, and select HVA documents, select the auction date, note that other documents such as Tax resale forms can be downloaded from the same page.
The interactive, searchable item list is grouped together with the image galleries and can be found under the "Images" tab on the top menu.

We are still working on the Live Auctioneers upload, but it should be ready by the end of this week, it will include approximately 350 lots, the rest, as usual is sold in-house, all images are posted on this site, as well as on Auctionzip (ID1210)

Selection Asian, Chinese accessories

​Mid Century furniture & accessories

Gold coins & jewelry

March 11th Sale Summary
Sale Description, February 4, 2019


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