The first edition of Polychromie Architecturale: Die Farbenklaviaturen by Le Corbusier will be up for auction on December 1 at Swann Galleries in New York.
A very rare handwritten poem by Jewish diarist Anne Frank was sold for 140,000 euros ($148,400) to an unnamed online bidder.
A section of stairs from the Eiffel Tower in Paris sold for more than half a million euros, more than 10 times the pre-sale estimate.
Sotheby’s has set a new record with the sale of three limited edition Louis XIII cognac decanters.
The figure-hugging gown Marilyn Monroe wore to serenade President John F.Kennedy for his 45th birthday smashed its guide price to sell for $4.8 million.
An original drawing from the popular Tintin adventure “Explorers on the Moon” sold for a record 1.55 million euros at a Paris Artcurial auction on Saturday.
Earlier this week, a rare blue diamond was sold for $17.1 million during Sotheby’s autumn jewel auctions in Geneva.
A Claude Monet painting, “Meule,” part of his famous grainstack series, sold at auction in New York Wednesday for $81.4 million, a record for the French master.
Willem de Kooning’s “Untitled XXV” was sold late at Christie’s for $66.3 million, a record for a work by the abstract artist and for post-war contemporary art.
Edvard Munch – the artist behind the ridiculously famous “The Scream” – hit a new auction high Monday in New York with “Girls on the Bridge.”
For its 250th anniversary, Christie’s presents the first auction sale to celebrate contemporary Asian artists, that will be held in Hong Kong on November 26.
The flying hat aviation pioneer Lindbergh lost over Paris after becoming the first person to fly solo across the Atlantic is to be auctioned.
The Ferrari 250 GTO may just beat the previous record set in 2014, with a starting bid of $38 million.
The second part of Pierre Berge’s famous library has been sold in Paris with a healthy price tag.
A chest of drawers designed by Apple designer Marc Newson was sold in a Paris auction for more than one million euros, more than twice its estimate.
Artcurial Motorcars will auction 80 cars to celebrate 10 years of the “Automobiles sur les Champs,” including the 1964 Aston Martin DB5.
The prestigious auction house is set to present a rare and regal collection before the auction next month.
If you ever wondered what the most expensive purely electronic payment was, this ApplePay purchase of a 1964 Aston Martin DB5 might just have set that record.
Christie’s is cautioning that “selective demand” and the global slump in demand is pushing the auction house to seek more “realistic estimates” on sale items.
One of Claude Monet’s celebrated “Haystack” paintings – estimated at $45 million – is coming up for sale at the Christie’s auction house in New York City.