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Bill is going to be doing a Woburn appraisal day on Wednesday October 19th from 9am-3pm
Please contact our Woburn Office Head Bill Gage directly to schedule a free appraisal. He can be reached at 207-592-2978. We look forward to working with you.
Allyson Lee, our fine art expert, and Josh Chamberlain, our Asian art expert, are also available by appointment. Please call 207-453-7125 to schedule your meeting with Ally or Josh.
RECENT WOBURN AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS
James D. Julia’s three day 2016 Winter Fine Art, Asian, and Antiques Auction warms things up with 3.1 Million dollars in sales! Highlights consigned from our Woburn office include:
Lot 3268 An outstanding rhino horn cup which realized $56,287.50 and was estimated at $25,000-35,000.
Lot 1033 A fine Hibbard painting which realized $17,775 and was estimated at $6,000-8,000.
Lot 2090 An important weathervane which realized $13,627 and was estimated at $3,000-5,000.
Lot 2088 A charming Street painting that realized $13,035 and was estimated at $4,000-6,000.
Lot 3186 Large and impressive cloisonne censers realized $11,850 and were estimated at $12,000-15,000.
James D. Julia’s 2015 Summer Fine Art, Asian, and Antiques Auction generated a hot hot hot FIVE MILLION dollars in sales! Highlights consigned from our Woburn office include:
Lot 1020 A painting by AF Graves that realized $59,250 and was estimated at $20,000-40,000.
Lot 4126 A pair of very fine carved ruby red Peking glass disks which realized $8,058 and were estimated at $500-700.
Lot 4163 A marvelous example of Chinese porcelain artistry which realized $44,437.50 and was estimated at $3,000-5,000.
Lot 4226 Five handsome cloisonne ritual items which realized $18,960 and were estimated at $16,000-30,000.
James D. Julia’s special one day 2015 Asian Art Auction, featuring the collection of Dr. Helga Wall-Apelt, was a nearly TWO MILLION dollar sales success. Highlights from this auction include:
Lot 9 A Nephrite screen which realized $59,250 and was estimated at $20,000-30,000.
Lot 93 A late Ming Dynasty figure which realized $379,200 and was estimated at $40,000-60,000.
Lot 127 An outstanding Ming dynasty period jade carving that realized $37,920 and was estimated at $300-500.
James D. Julia’s 2015 Winter Fine Art, Asian, and Antiques Auction was a THREE and a HALF MILLION dollar sales success! Highlights consigned from our Woburn office include:
Lot 3577 A jade carving of a fish which realized $22,515 and was estimated at $15,000-18,000.
Lot 2164 The painting Liberty Releasing The Slave From Bondage which realized $21,300 and was estimated at $1,500-2,500.
Lot 2197 An extremely rare silver congressional medal, which realized $21,300 and was estimated at $10,000-20,000.
Lot 3074 A Pair of large lidded cloisonné censers realized $21,300 and were estimated at $2,500-3,500.
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