April 2022

Deutscher and Hackett

Sydney auction a roll call of Australian artist royalty

Deutscher and Hackett’s forthcoming Important Australian and International Fine Art auction is like a roll call of Australian artist royalty.

Scheduled for 7pm Wednesday May 4 at 36 Gosbell Street in Sydney’s Paddington, the sale features 11 paintings with catalogue estimates of more than $100,000 – all featuring artists familiar to investors and collectors alike – and undoubtedly a reflection of the strength of the Australian art market during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Christian McCann Auctions

History all wrapped up in Melbourne auction

 For those auction goers who value history, a trip to Melbourne-based Christian McCann Auctions rooms at 7 Harper Street, Abbotsford to view his forthcoming sale from 12pm on Sunday May 1 is a must.

On display is the rarest English 18th and 19th century furniture from Queen Anne burr walnut to English Regency rosewood in an auction that offers valuable items at every turn.

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Abacus Auctions

Historic postal collection to get auction goers buzzing

Possibly the largest private collection of illustrated letter sheets and newspapers from the 1840s to the 1860s – the property of prominent Oregon collector and dealer Dale Forster – will be auctioned in Melbourne from 11am on Wednesday April 27 as part of a four-day massive sale.

Abacus Auctions is holding the auction of Australian and worldwide stamps, postal history, postcards, coins, banknotes, sporting memorabilia and collectables at 29 Hardner Road, Mount Waverley.

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Fine Arts Auctions

Melbourne warehouse auction tosses up exquisite finds

This might be an online warehouse auction but Melbourne auctioneer Phil Caldwell has some unbelievable items up for grabs including a rare matching pair of George Owen vases and a pair of Sevres and enamel exhibition cabinet vases for which most collectors would give their eye teeth.

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Gibsons Auctions

Contemporary Chinese art features in Melbourne auction

Contemporary Chinese paintings are an unusual feature of Melbourne-based Gibson’s Auctions Australian & International Art sale from 12pm Sunday April 10 at 885-889 High Street, Armadale and the perfect opportunity for Australian collectors to obtain works by China’s inaugural artists from the Political Pop and Cynical Realism movement.

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