Artfact Live! Presents A Special Beach Haven, NJ Estate Auction from Point Pleasant Galleries Bid online exclusively through Artfact Live! on over 250 lots of furniture, paintings and decorative art on July 11, 2009.
News-Antique.com - Jul 06,2009 - On July 11, 2009, Point Pleasant Galleries, located in Point Pleasant, NJ, will host its Special Beach Haven, NJ Estate Auction live online with Artfact Live!. In this marvelous sale, Point Pleasant Galleries will offer 250 lots of furniture, paintings and decorative art. A Emil Carlson Signed Oil On Canvas is the top estimated lot, requiring a minimum bid of $2,000 and expected to sell between $4,000-$6,000.
If you can’t join the live auction action in Point Pleasant, NJ, on July 11, visit Artfact.com to login or register free to bid live online at this exceptional auction. To research similar estate auctions and view over 50 million auction price results, including previous results from Point Pleasant Galleries, visit http://www.artfact.com and search the industry’s leading past price database.
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