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Virtual First Tuesday | November 3

Join us for First Tuesday online!


See what hidden treasures our experts may be able to reveal

We invite you to join us online for our Virtual First Tuesday on November 3. Submit your items anytime before the 3rd and Skinner specialists from all departments will be on hand on Tuesday to evaluate items and respond by email.

Let’s get started: 

Step 1: Gather information and images for up to three items of fine & decorative arts, furniture, jewelry, silver, watches & coins and much more.

Step 2: Send us an email with the information and images at evaluations@skinnerinc.com or at the button below.

For items that are a good fit for our upcoming auctions, we will provide an estimate, delivery instructions, and consignment terms by email on or before November 3.

7 thoughts on “Virtual First Tuesday | November 3

  1. I have a Thomas Ostenberg that is circular with a 36″ diameter. The image in bronze was the last macaque made before the installation of the full size piece in London’s Battersea Park . I would estimate that the size is at least 50% of the final. This was the first piece in what is known as the balance series and features an acrobat doing an exit flip off the back of a bull. I bought this piece in London some 30 years ago.
    Are you interested in selling such a work of this nature? I am located in California and could send pictures if this fits your business model. Based on my internet search, the price sell for above $50,000..

  2. I have a book, I don’t want to sell it, but I just have some questions. It is Helen Maurice or The Daughter at Home. It’s cloth-bound with a beautiful, slightly faded, red cover, and is in fair condition, several rips and some faint staining. Gold-embossed spine, with a interesting design, and the cover is stamped with a sun-like design. The book dates from around 1863, though I’m not sure exactly when, and is missing no pages. All pages are readable and nearly undamaged, just a bit yellowed.
    Would this be worth anything?

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