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Paul Revere family artifacts arouse interest in Boston-area auction
BOSTON (AP) – Artifacts once owned by Paul Revere’s family have been sold at auction for $20,000. The items were found in the attic of a home in Canton, Massachusetts, believed to have been owned by the family of the legendary Revolutionary War figure, The Boston Globe reports.
Paul Revere strikes twice with strong prices at Doyle sales
NEW YORK – In early November, Doyle completed two different highly successful auctions on consecutive days. Both featured works by founding father Paul Revere, Jr. – the first featured a historic print that sold for a world auction record, and the second showcased a group of his silver pieces, which collectively realized $170,100.
Bill Traylor, Paul Revere works lead Doyle’s Nov. 2 auction
NEW YORK – Doyle will hold an auction of American Paintings & Prints on Tuesday, November 2 starting at 11 am Eastern time. Featured will be 19th and 20th century paintings, including fine examples of portraiture; Hudson River, Western and regional landscapes; and still lifes. The sale also offers Audubon, Currier & Ives and topographical […]
Colonial Williamsburg acquires Paul Revere silver tankard
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation has added to its renowned American and British silver collection a rare tankard made circa 1795 by America’s best-known colonial silversmith, Paul Revere, Jr. (1734-1818) of Boston, Massachusetts.