Rare Art, Stamps, & More - May 16th & 17th

May 16, 2018, Weiss Auctions presents a Stamps & Coin Auction, featuring another great selection of High End Sets, Singles and Group Lots from the “Long Island Hoard", Collections and Estate Lots from all over the country including a nice collection of World Wide in Specialty Albums to be broken down. A Fabulous Single Owner Accumulation of Iran featuring 19th century to about 1970 with inventories and quantities of High End Sets and Singles. Multiples of High Value “Shah” issues with a tremendous catalogue value to be offered as one lot. Collection of Worldwide Used in Country Collections. Approx. 300 Lots, with something for everyone.

The May 17th Estate Sale includes paintings, jewelry and more, featuring a Just Discovered, a True Estate Find; Large Oil on Masonite by Francis Newton Souza, titled "Head in a Landscape" (approx. 35" x 47-1/2")

This auction will feature estate jewelry & costume, with another nice selection of Vrba Pieces, Amy Kahn Russell, David Mandel, & more. A huge amount of jewelry from the New York County Public Administrator's Office including gold, diamonds, watches, rings, bracelets, necklaces, etc. (If you plan to attend this sale for viewing, please give yourself enough time to view all of the jewelry lots)

A Just discovered, a very rare estate find; Large oil on Masonite by Francis Newton Souza, titled "Head in a Landscape" (approx. 35" x 47-1/2").  In his lifetime, Francis Newton Souza was unable to sell most of his paintings, especially in India, where landscapes, depiction of deities, and other things religious, were selling like hot cakes. Many of his works were sold for more than a million dollars after his death. At an auction in 2008, his painting "Birth" created a record for being the most expensive Indian art ever sold in an auction to date. The painting was sold for a whopping 2.5 million USD. When the same painting was resold in 2015, it fetched over 4 million USD.

 

Other works in this auction include works by John Whorf, oil on Board titled "Kennebunkport Harbor Ocean Inlet"; Mihail Chemiakin, Daniel Ridgway Knight, Antoni Tapies, Charles Levier, Marc Chagall, Fanny Brennan, Alexander Calder, Shepard Fairey, Henri Matisse, Liz Markus, Amy Ellington, Lucinda Parker, Robert Rauschenberg, Graham Collins, and more. Bronzes by Wegner, Bogoslowsky, and more. Phillip & Kelvin LaVerne Etruscan Pattern Table; Porcelain including Lladros, Etchings, Woodcuts, and much more.

For 25 years, Philip Weiss Auctions has specialized in collectibles, and is one of the top collectibles auction houses in the United States. The auction house is noted for its sales of estates and complete collections of all kinds, including stamps, toys, baseballs, memorabilia, and books.  Weiss Auctions offers live bidding and online bidding, typically offering at least 10 sales per year, with each sale containing hundreds of collectibles.

Philip Weiss Auctions is known for selling the estates of collectors, including the Arthur Meyers baseball collection, the Ed Sullivan collection, and the F.H. Griffith Toy collection. Notable sales include the $1.2 million sale of the Scott #120b postage stamp from the Newport Stamp collection, the highest price ever paid for a U.S. postage stamp. Another record sale price held by the auction house is the $500,000 sale of a 19th century punch cigar store figure.

They provide free appraisals for collectibles - whether you're interested in valuing a single piece, collection, or entire estate. Appraisals are accepted by phone, email, fax, or in person. Insurance appraisals are also available for a nominal fee. Customers interested in consultations for collection building and collectible investment are encouraged to contact Philip Weiss as well.

Philip Weiss specializes in all types of collectibles, including stamps, toys, coins, books, memorabilia, advertising, and Disney collectibles. The auction house is among the top auction houses for sales of Charles Schulz and other cartoon art.

Buyers of Philip Weiss Auctions can view current catalogs online, as well as view past auction results, and upcoming events. Bidding is available in person, by absentee, phone, or live online bidding with Invaluable or Proxibid

Philip Weiss, owner and founder of Philip Weiss Auctions, has almost 40 years of experience in the collectibles trade. He has consulted for top auction galleries, and has been featured on Antiques Roadshow for his expertise.

For more information on the upcoming auctions, or to consign, contact:

Weiss Auctions
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