News-Antique.com - Feb 11,2010 - On February 19, 2010, Harlowe-Powell Auction Gallery, located in Charlottesville, VA, will host its Fine Art, Clocks and Coin Auctions live online with Artfact Live!. In these three excellent sales , Harlowe-Powell Auction Gallery will offer more than 900 lots of fine art, clocks and coins.
In the morning sale, The Fine Art Collection Of A Virginia Gentleman, the Top Lot is a Henry Bayley Snell, Oil On Canvas Board "Waterfront At St. Ives." There are two sales in the afternoon, the first a Clock Auction featuring a Mid-19th C English Tall Case Clock. The Clock Auction will be followed by a Coin Auction in which an 1854 Three Dollar Gold Piece, Certified NGC Grade is the top estimated lot, requiring a minimum bid of $1,500 and expected to sell between $3,000-$4,000.
If you can’t join the live auction action in Charlottesville, VA, on February 19, visit Artfact.com to login or register free to bid live online at this exceptional auction. To research similar fine art, clocks and coin auctions and view over 55 million auction price results, including previous results from Harlowe-Powell Auction Gallery , visit http://www.artfact.com and search the industry’s leading past prices database.
Founded in 1989, Artfact is the largest global marketplace of fine and decorative arts, antiques, collectibles, and estate auctions. On January 1, 2009, Artfact launched Artfact Live! and Invaluable Live!, its proprietary live auction bidding platforms, enabling users to bid in real-time on auctions being held around the world by its prestigious auction house partners. Currently, over 1,000 fine auctioneers actively list their catalogues with Artfact.com and its U.K. sister site Invaluable.com, reaching the Artfact community of more than 10 million knowledgeable collectors and dealers worldwide. Artfact's industry leading database includes more than 55 million complete auction results totaling more than $200 billion in value, including information on more than 500,000 international artists. In 2006, Artfact acquired RFC Systems, the leading provider of enterprise software developed specifically for the fine art and antique auction house industry. RFC
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