Fontaine's Auction Gallery has trifecta of sales lined up for March, April, September Fontaine’s Auction Gallery has announced plans for three major sales in 2013, all to be held in the firm’s spacious showroom located at 1485 West Housatonic Street in Pittsfield, Mass.
Other anticipated star lots include a J. Krejci & Son cylinder organ with 13 brass horns and a beautiful wood case, a rare and unusual Burns Pollach Capital Style E lampophone with Victorian styling, an Oxford Urn Victrola with oversize hand crank on a large base with feet, and a desirable Mills Coin-Op Violano Virtuoso housed in a two-door, seven-pane windowed case.
Rounding out a short list of expected performers is a Columbia Graphanola music box Victrola with stunning dark wood case, a Modernola floor lamp Victrola with beautifully made and fringed shade, and a Chicago Coins animated band box, which reads “Strike Up the Band.”
With over 40 years in the auction business, Fontaine’s Auction Gallery is a name that has earned the trust of collectors, investors and gallery owners around the world. Cataloged lots get nationwide exposure to the firm’s expansive database of over 15,000 qualified buyers. Seven times Fontaine’s Auction Gallery has been voted “Best Antique Auction Gallery” by the public.
Fontaine’s Auction Gallery is actively seeking quality consignments for all future sales. The firm also buys antiques and entire estates outright. To consign an item, estate or collection, call (413) 448-8922 and ask for John Fontaine. Or, e-mail him at email@example.com. For more information about the three big upcoming auctions, log on to www.FontainesAuction.com.