Autumn / Winter 2020 Auctions
19th & Early 20th Century Photography
December 22, 2020 10:00 AM CST
Lots covering an array of subjects from children and animals, to music, hunting/sporting, industrial, and more.
Historic Saint Louis & Mississippi River Valley Auction
December 12, 2020 10:00 AM CST
330+ Lots of Historic St. Louis Fine Art, Regional Native American Relics, Ephemera Including World’s Fair & Veiled Prophet, and Photography.
Loom: Rugs & Tapestry
December 1, 2020 10:00 AM CST
A wonderful array 140+ lots of rugs & tapestry in contemporary to traditional styles as well as needlepoint examples.
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Modernism & Contemporary Auction
November 14, 2020 10:00 AM CST
Fine Art & Works on Paper by Bernard Sejourne, Fred Greene Carpenter, Augustin Ubeda, Eugene Baboulene, Peter Max, Chagall, Benton, Miro, Dali, amongst others; Sculpture including Curtis Jere, Brother Mel Meyer and a 30-lot fiber art micro collection by Lindsay Obermeyer; Mid-Century Furniture including Bernhard Pedersen & Son, Eames for Herman Miller, George Mulhauser, Paul McCobb, Dunbar & more; Decorative Arts featuring 40+ Modern Rugs, Lighting, Glass, Ceramics; Studio Jewelry & Fashion.
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Gifted: Heirlooms from the Haefele Family of Stuttgart, Germany
October 10, 2020 10:00 AM CDT
The annual Autumn gallery auction entitled “Gifted: Heirlooms from the Haefele Family of Stuttgart, Germany” features thoughtful objects that help define the story of Georg Gottlieb Haefele, patriarch of a family whose rise to prosperity was woven from a one-room, wool spinning facility to an industry leader in wool production throughout Europe during the early 20th century.
This Auction features thoughtful objects that help define the story of Georg Gottlieb Haefele
Jewelry and Gifts
Early Montblanc pen sets, uncirculated gold coins, German silver, jewelry and gifts the family received from associate businesses and socialites of the time intermingle with meticulously kept personal items. For example, a 1933 Marklin train model of The Flying Hamburger was part of a full-scale model originally displayed in Stuttgart Hauptbanhof, the central train station terminal.
Personal achievements and business awards such as a rare Angelus enameled 8-day globe-shaped desk clock with barometer, hygrometer, thermometer and intaglio zodiac signs fill portions of the fresh to market collection, most of which having some documented tie to the families journey adding an extra touch of genuine to each lot.
While the auction intentionally focuses on keepsake material small in scale, other offered lots of fine oil paintings, decorative art, furniture and rugs from the family’s south German manor range from the late 19th through mid-20th centuries.
PLAY! Online Only Auction of Toys, Advertisements, and Collectibles
September 19, 2020 10:00 AM CDT
PLAY! A Toys, Comics, Advertising & Collectibles Auction
February 15th, 2020 10:00 AM CDT
Select consignments from the Maureen Fitzgerald trust and consignors from Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Massachusetts, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Tennessee.
Winter Gallery Auction
January 18th, 2020 10:00 AM CDT
460+ lots of furniture, fine art and decorative accessories featuring a large collection of Native American Indian art, sculpture, baskets, and more.