It has been awhile, glad to be back! Martin talks live streaming with Dan Meader at John McInnis Auctioneers in Amesbury, MA. about a hidden and unknown Andy Warhol work find in a New England family attic. “I’m trudging along, it’s 150 degrees in the attic, I’m on my hands and knees going through this box that was just stuff, I can see this bubble wrap in this box that’s falling apart. … I flipped it over and I see the inscription on the back and I started shaking.” Source Auction results will be posted.

PRICES REALIZED of a few highlights, including the 23% buyer’s premium: Lot 40. Andy Warhol broken canvas, “Abstraction – Gift to Jon Gould” sculpture: $369,000; Lot 44. Andy Warhol, ‘NY Post’ crumpled sculpture: $43,050; Lot 48. Andy Warhol charcoal drawing, “Body Builder”: $43,050 and Lot 52. Andy Warhol stitched photo collage “Jon Gould”: $61,500 plus so much more.

Comments

  1. Sat 02nd Dec 2017 at 11:05 pm

    I am thrilled that Martinis back doing this podcast. I haven’t listened to this one yet but I have a connection to this podcast subject matter. My brothers bands lead singer was an Andy Warhol Superstar. His name was Eric Emerson if the Magic Tramps. (MagicTramps.com)So I can’t wait to hear this podcast. I don’t really have anything to do with antiques but I’m a big fan of Martins and he makes this podcast interesting and insightful for me. Happy that he’s back. Hope to get more of these.

    • martin  –  Sun 03rd Dec 2017 at 12:26 am

      Thank you… That is real interesting!

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