Red Baron is 'Back By Popular Demand,' March 28-29 This past fall, rumors of the pending demise of Red Baron Antiques in Atlanta proved to be premature. To prove it, the firm will hold a huge 'Back By Popular Demand' auction this weekend, Mar. 28-29.
for this sword readers of the Boston Daily Globe, for the most popular Comrade of the Respected Commander of GAR, ‘Grand Army of the Republic.” A bonus: the sword is studded with diamonds and precious stones.
Also featured will be spectacular windows by Tiffany Studios and the renowned John LaFarge; monumental bars by Brunswick and other American manufacturers, plus numerous pub bars for home entertainment; grand pianos by Bechstein and Collard & Collard; and more. A crowd of around 350-500 people is anticipated. There will be no Internet bidding, but phone and absentee bids will be accepted.
Red Baron Antiques is one of the oldest, largest and best-known antiques sources in the Southeastern United States. The firm is celebrating over 35 years of providing its customers with world-class service and one-of-a-kind inventory, displayed at its landmark gallery facility, which is open to the public Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Saturday from 9-4. It is closed Sundays.
Red Baron also owns Southern Seasons Magazine, a high-society lifestyle publication dedicated to promoting arts, culture, entertainment, style and class in the Southeastern United States. Additional information may be found at www.southernseasons.net.
Red Baron Antiques is widely recognized as the premier auction house in the Southeast. The firm is always in the hunt for quality items for future sales. If you have an item, estate or collection to be considered, you may call them directly, at (404) 252-3770. The e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about Red Baron Antiques and the March 28-29 sale, log on to www.rbantiques.com.