Auction 042421 The Pamela Rankin-Smith Estate Auction
By Scott Daniels Auction
Apr 24, 2021
1412 NY-213 High Falls, NY 12404, United States

Our next auction The Pamela Rankin-Smith Estate Auction

The finer things in life. Items that have and hold a high monetary value. A life of acquisitions and the desire of obtaining treasure.

We are pleased to present a collection of fine jewelry, collectible coins, designer accessories, and other desirable items from the Pamela Rankin-Smith Estate along with several desirable pieces from other estates .

The auction will take place on Saturday, April 24th, 2021 starting at 1:30 pm EST. We will be presenting the auction with limited in-gallery attendees as well as live online.

Previews will be held by appointment only which can be arranged by calling (845)372-4787 during normal business hours.

Jewelry including gold, silver, and gems.

Coins including Gold Coins, Silver Coins – U.S. and some foreign.

Designer accessories by Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Chanel, Hermes.

Furnishings including a pair of Regency Inlaid Game Tables, a R.J. Horner Oak Renaissance Revival Clock Case.

Our clients have peace of mind knowing that we have been involved in the auction industry for over four decades and knowing we are an accredited BBB business with an A+ rating.

We will be adding additional lots until the day of the auction and suggest you join us for the live event online.

Please also be aware that offerings being presented more than $100,000 will require bidders to submit letters of credit from their financial institution. You can contact us for further information.

We look forward to seeing you then.

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LOT 22:

Ochagavia: Polychromatic Litho Framed

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Sold for: $50
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$ 50
Estimated price :
$150 - $350
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sales tax: 8.875% On lot's price, no sales tax on commission

Ochagavia: Polychromatic Litho Framed
Carlos Ochagavia's dreamlike surrealist image of horses and riders traveling a winding path as seen past a tree. The print is in very fine condition, however, it has shifted within the frame and will require a resetting for proper display. Image size: 19.5 x 20 inches . Framed size: 26.25 x 27.25 inches. "Carlos Ochagavia (1913-2006) born in Spain and moved at a young age to Argentina. He arrived in the United States in 1937 to study in New York. He returned to Argentina and worked as an illustrator for a diverse range of publications (from paperbacks to UN commemorative stamps). Ochagavia’s covers veer from permutations hinting at the jungle scenes of Henri Rousseau to the stark landscapes littered with surreal forms and shapes somewhat reminiscent of Yves Tanguy or Giorgio de Chirico. But Ochagavia has a visual language of his own–abstracted human forms interacting with scenes of classical art and Counterculture pop, bodies blending with landscapes, and an interest in diagrams and obscurantist symbology. Credit:

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