RESULTS: Old Master & 19th Century Paintings, Amsterdam

This sale realised a total of €4,376,100/$6,030,703

Amsterdam

Sold:

€4,376,100

$6,030,703

 

Lots Sold:  124

Lots Offered: 216

Sold by Lot: 57%

Sold by €: 70%

Exchange Rate €1 -  $1,38

 

Lot 

Description

 

Estimate (€)

 

Purchase Price

 

Buyer

59

Pieter Codde (Amsterdam 1599-1678)

Group portrait of the Twent family in an interior, oil on panel, 49.8x77.2 cm.

180,000-280,000

€289,000

$398,271

European Trade

200

Cornelis Springer (Amsterdam 1817-1891 Hilversum)
The city hall and market square of Naarden, oil on panel, 51.5x42.8 cm.

150,000-250,000

€259,000

$356,928

European Trade

21

Adriaen van Salm (Delfshaven 1650/75-1720)

A three-master, a ‘Statenjacht’ and other ships on a calm, a Dutch town in the distance, oil on panel, 37.2x49.5 cm.

60,000-80,000

 

€253,000

$348,659



European Trade

 

 

 

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