08 août 2015

A massive bronzed fibreglass model of a Tyrannosaurus Rex

A massive bronzed fibreglass model of a Tyrannosaurus Rex. Modern. On an integral naturalistic base with castors. From nose to tail measures 760cm, height 265cm. Estimate: £10,000-15,000 ($15,500 - $23,250). Photo: Christie's Images Ltd 2015. Christie's. OUT OF THE ORDINARY, 10 September 2015. London, South Kensington
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26 juin 2015

Artemis Gallery makes fine ancient and ethnographic art accessible to any collector in Summer Variety Auction

Bronze Buddha (detail), Bhumisparha Mudra pose, Thailand, 19th century CE, est. $7,000-$10,500. Artemis Gallery image. NEW YORK, NY.- Hundreds of elusive cultural treasures from ancient times await bidders in Artemis Gallery’s Early Summer Variety Auction taking place on Tuesday, June 30th. Not only are all of the auction items unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and legal to purchase, many have been cataloged with extremely reasonable estimates, making them accessible to beginning collectors or dealers with... [Lire la suite]
26 mai 2013

T-Rex maxilla, featuring seven teeth, leads Bonhams Natural History Auction in Los Angeles

Superb Tyrannosaurus rex Maxilla with Seven Teeth - A Recent Discovery. Tyrannosaurus rex, Cretaceous, Hell Creek Formation, Montana. Sold for $86,500; Est. $70,000-90,000. Photo: Courtesy of T. Lindgren/Bonhams. LOS ANGELES, CA.- A Tyrannosaurus rex maxilla (upper jaw) from Montana achieved the top-selling spot in Bonhams auction of Natural History, May 22 in Los Angeles. The maxilla, featuring seven teeth - with five mature teeth and two emerging teeth seen, sold well within its $70,000-90,000 estimate, bringing $86,500. ... [Lire la suite]
17 août 2009

Rare Tyrannosaurus Rex Skeleton to be Offered on October 3 at The Venetian® in Las Vegas

Tyrannosaurus rex "Samson" photo by Craig Cutler-courtesy of Bonhams & Butterfields LAS VEGAS, NV.- One of the largest known Tyrannosaurus rex specimens ever discovered will be offered by international auctioneers Bonhams & Butterfields on Saturday, October 3, 2009 during the company’s first Natural History auction to be held at The Venetian ® in Las Vegas. The auction will contain approximately 50 lots of fossils with the centerpiece of the sale focusing on the expertly mounted female T. rex, expected to... [Lire la suite]
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