Auctions and Fairs

Bronze sculpture (from an edition of 350) of Le Cheval a la Montre Molle (horse saddled with time) by Salvador Dali sold for €19,000 (€11,000-€15,000) at Adam’s

Bronze sculpture (from an edition of 350) of Le Cheval a la Montre Molle (horse saddled with time) by Salvador Dali sold for €19,000 (€11,000-€15,000) at Adam’s

 

Auction results Sunday, June 22nd Adam’s 26 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2. Sunday Interiors Auction. 70 per cent of lots sold. A bronze sculpture (from an edition of 350) of Le Cheval a la Montre Molle (horse saddled with time) by Salvador Dali, €19,000 (€11,000-€15,000); Ernest Bewley’s 19th-century bracket clock, €3,800 (€1,500-€2,500). Wednesday, June 25th O’Reilly’s Auction Rooms, Francis Street, Dublin 8. Silver card case, 1865, €650 (€280-€320). Forthcoming auctions Tuesday, July 1st Fonsie Mealy Auctioneers, Clyde Court Hotel, Dublin 4. Auction of rare books, manuscripts, photographs, collectibles, sporting and historical memorabilia. Auction starts, 10am. Nickey Rackard’s 1955 All-Ireland hurling medal, €5,000- €7,000. Viewing from tomorrow, Sunday at 1.30pm. Forthcoming fairs Sunday, June 29th Dublin City Book Fair, Tara Towers Hotel, Merrion Rd, Dublin 4. 11am-5pm.

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