Wednesday, October 31st: Christie’s, London. An 18th-century marble fireplace from 86 St Stephen’s Green, which had an estimate of £70,000-£100,000, was withdrawn from the sale.
Wednesday, October 31st:Oliver Usher’s Auction Rooms, Kells, Co Meath. Rare books and manuscripts sale. Estate papers from the Headfort, Holmpatrick and Bligh estates (Cos Meath and Cavan) €4,000 (€2,000-€3,000); signed, limited edition of Essays by WB Yeats, €1,000 (€1,200-€1,500); two-volume Irish Folk-History Plays by Lady Gregory, €800 (€1,000-€1,500).
Tuesday, November 6th: John Weldon Auctioneers, Cows Lane, Temple Bar, Dublin 8. Auction of jewellery, gold coins and collectibles, 2pm. A 22ct gold medallion commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Easter Rising, €2,500-€3,500; an Irish 50 ECU gold coin, dated 1990, €500-€700; a boxed Vatican coin set, dated 1929, €500-€700. Viewing from noon today.
Tuesday, November 6th: Ashgrove Auction Rooms, Ballybrittas, Co. Laois. Auction of art, antiques and silver at 4.30pm.
Thursday, November 8th:Sotheby’s, New York. Sale postponed from Monday, November 5th. Nature Morte Aux Tulipes by Pablo Picasso, $35million-$50 million.
Saturday, November 10th:O’Donovan Associates, The Key House, North Quay, Newcastle West, Co Limerick, 11am. Antiques auction with more than 600 lots including furniture, gold, silver, jewellery, musical instruments and military medals. Viewing begins on Wednesday.
Sunday, November 4th:Wexford Festival Opera Book Fair, Talbot Hotel, Wexford, 11am-5pm.
Further listings at myantiques.ie