Auction 18: November 19-21, 2020
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
Auction 18 will take place on November 19-21, 2020.
The five printed catalogues will be published on November 2.
Preview: Monday, November 2 till Wednesday, November 18 only after making an appointment by telephone or in writing.
If there are any changes due to the Corona crisis, we will inform you in good time. However, please be aware that admission to the hall auction may be restricted or not possible at all. We encourage you to request additional information, condition reports, images etc. by phone or email. You are welcome to submit your bids in writing, by telephone or via the live platforms.
In our “News” section of our Website you will find some highlights of the next auction, which will hopefully spark your interest in our catalogs.
Due to the extensive inventory, we will run the auction over the course of three days.
Days of Sale:
Thursday, November 19, 1pm – 6.30pm, lot 1 – 687: Autographs, Books, Travel Photography, Decorative Prints
Friday, November 20, 12pm – 1.30pm, lot 688 -890: Science, Natural History and Curiosities
Friday, November 20, 2pm – 7.30pm, lot 891 – 1436: Modern Literature, Erotica and Posters
Saturday, November 21, 12pm – 2pm, lot 1437 – 1708: Russian Avantgarde
Saturday, November 21, 2.30pm – 6.30pm, lot 1709 – 2188: Modern Art and Photography
The fully illustrated online-catalogue you will find here.
You may bid directly via our website www.nosbuesch-stucke.berlin After registration you can bid on individual lots and will receive a confirmation e-mail.
Live Online Bidding: You can also attend our auctions live on the Internet and place real-time bids from the comfort of your computer. It’s easy to register on our new live bidding platform.
Please note that an additional charge of 3% („Lot-tissimo“ and „The-Saleroom“) or 5% („Invaluable“ and „Live Online Bidding“) of the hammerprice will be added for this service.
Consignments for our upcoming Auction 19 in May 2021 are welcome as of now.
Manfred Nosbüsch, Harald Stucke, Dieter van Reimersdahl