RESULTS: Paris - Collection Fould-Springer au Palais abbatial de Royaumon - 21 September 2011

Please find attached the very good results of Collection Fould-Springer au Palais abbatial de Royaumont which totaled €7,562,300/£6,565,588/$10,322,540, selling 99% by value and lot.

Paris

Total:

€7.562.300

£6.565.588

$10.322.540

 Lots vendus: 822

Nombre de lots: 834

 par lot: 99%

en valeur: 99%

Taux de change: € =  £0.8682 / $1.3650

 

Lot

Description

Estimation (€)

 

Prix

Acheteur

7

Table de milieu d’époque Consulat, attribuée à Pierre-Philippe Thomire, fin du XVIIIe siècle-début XIXe siècle

500.000-800.000

€601.000

£521.788

$820.365

Anonyme

141

Meuble d’appui d’époque Louis XVI, estampille de Joseph Baumer ou de Gaspard Joseph Baumer, dernier quart du XVIIIe siècle

400.000-600.000

€373.000

£323.839

$509.145

Anonyme

133

Paire de fauteuils à chassis d’époque Transition, estampille  de Jean-Jacques Pothier, vers 1760

200.000-300.000

€301.000

£261.328

$410.865

Anonyme

586

Paysage boisé avec un château, Barend Cornelius Koekkoek (1803-1862)

100.000-150.000

€277.000

£240491

$378.105

Anonyme

6

Suite de quatre candélabres monumentaux d’époque Empire, début du XIXe siècle

200.000-300.000

€265.000

£230.073

$361.725

Anonyme

25

Lustre de style baroque, début du XXeme siècle

30.000-50.000

€205.000

£177.981

$279.825

Collectionneur européen

39

Meuble d’appui d’époque Louis XVI, vers 1770, réemployant des panneaux d’époque Louis XIV

150.000-250.000

€205.000

£177.981

$279.825

Collectionneur européen

3

Grand cerf en bronze formant en brule-parfum, Chine , dynastie Qing, XVIIIeme-XIXe siècle

6.000-8.000

€181.000

£157.144

$247.065

Collectionneur européen

49

Guéridon d’époque Louis XVI, attribué à Adam Weisweiller, fin du XVIIIe siècle

70.000-100.000

€133.000

£115.470

$181.545

Collectionneur européen

38

Suite de huit fauteuils à la reine d’époque Louis XVI, estampille de Martin Jullien, dernier quart du XVIIIeme siècle

    40.000-60.000

€121.000

£105.052

$165.165

Collectionneur américain

 

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Contact :

Carine Decroi      +33 (0)1 40 76  85 88     cdecroi@christies.com

 

 

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