Frederick Remington plaster cast to be sold Jan. 22-24 One of only four original plaster models of Frederick Remington’s iconic bronze sculpture The Bronco Buster will be sold at a 3-day weekend estate sale slated for Jan. 22-24 by Philip Weiss Auctions.
in the auction will be many other pieces of authentic signed Beatles-related memorabilia.
Other lots sure to pique bidder interest include an important original oil painting by Jean Dufy (Fr., 1888-1964), an artist best known for his renderings of city scenes and musicians; a fresh to the market early piece of original art by Kees Van Dongen (Holland/France, 1877-1968); stamps galore, featuring a complete sheet of 80 Peoples Republic of China Scott #1586 (Monkey New Year); and horse racing trophies and other items of personal achievement from the late jockey legend Willie Shoemaker.
In February, at a date and time still to be determined, Philip Weiss Auctions will hold yet another blockbuster sale, this one featuring the comic collection and original comic art from the estate of noted cartoonist Eldon Dedini. The comics comprise 21 key Golden Age books, unrestored, with the owner’s name and code number attached to each cover. All are high grade, with white/off pages in most cases.
Included in the collection are Detective Comics #’s 1, 2, 28, 34, 38, 40, 41, 42 and 48; More Fun #’s 60 and 62; and Batman #’s 3, 4 and 5. Original comic art will include a great 1962 Peanuts daily strip and a Herriman Krazy Kat Sunday page, both fresh to the market; some wonderful Eldon Dedini Playboy illustrations; two fresh to the market Hogarth Tarzan Sunday pages; and another Peanuts daily.
Previews for most sales begin the Wednesday before the sale date, from noon to 5; Thursday and Friday from noon to 8 each day; and 8:30 a.m. on sale day. A 13 percent buyer’s premium will be added to each lot purchased through the gallery. All auctions will be held at #1 Neil Court in Oceanside, N.Y. Online bidding will be facilitated through Proxibid.com. Absentee and phone bids will also be accepted.
Philip Weiss Auctions is always accepting quality consignments for future sales. To consign an item, an estate or a collection, you may call them directly, at (516) 594-0731, or you can e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about Philip Weiss Auctions and the big upcoming Jan. 22-24 weekend auction, plus the February sale, log on to www.prwauctions.com. Updates are posted often.