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This Week's Auctions

This week's auction highlights include Brassaï's legendary Paris de Nuit, the book which Parr & Badger have said contains "the most luscious gravure ever seen." In another gorgeous example of gravure printing, Czech Modernist Vaclav Jiru's The Sun Coast of Yugoslavia was produced by V. Neubert & Sons, among the most highly regarded European printers of the pre- and post-war periods. Also on the block: Now accepting consignments. For inquiries as well as discreet, expert advise on building or selling your collection, be sure to contact Eric Miles Director of Rare Books & Online Auctions.

Don't forget, all books shown in the Post-Auction Sale Inventory are available at the low opening bid prices shown! Invitation to Consign: Do you have photobooks or prints you'd like to sell? Read our F.A.Q.s.



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Past Auctions   Winning Bid    Bids  Ended On Reference [?]
  Go to this Auction Garry Winogrand: Women Are Beautiful $350
4.07.2005

  Go to this Auction 2 Books by Bill Owens $190
4.06.2005

  Go to this Auction Michael Kenna: 2 Gallery Min exhibition catalogues $160
Post-Auction Sale
4.06.2005

  Go to this Auction Emmet Gowin: Photographs $200
4.05.2005

  Go to this Auction Aaron Siskind: Vintage Works 1930 - 1960 $190
4.05.2005

  Go to this Auction Irving Penn: Moments Preserved $290
4.05.2005

  Go to this Auction Robert Doisneau: Pour que Paris Soit $780
4.04.2005

  Go to this Auction Imogen Cunningham: Photographs, INSCRIBED $1,320
4.04.2005

  Go to this Auction Cartier-Bresson: The Galveston That Was $130
4.01.2005

  Go to this Auction Ikko Narahara--Retrospective monograph $300
4.01.2005


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