Four exceptional works by Arthur Burdett Frost (1851-1928) highlight Copley’s Sporting Sale 2019.
On Wednesday, July 24 and Thursday, July 25, 2019, Copley Fine Art Auctions, the nation’s premier decoy and sporting art auction house, will host their Sporting Sale 2019.
Copley Fine Art Auction, the nation’s premier decoy, and sporting art auction house realized over $2.4 million in sales at the Winter Sale 2019.
All eight cover lots sold. Thirty-nine items sold for five-figure prices, evenly dispersed between decoys and paintings. There was robust and active bidding from all platforms.
Copley’s Sporting Sale 2017 took place in Plymouth, Massachusetts. A packed house enthusiastically competed for over 500 lots, leading to total sales of $4.7 million…
Featuring the Donal C. O’Brien, Jr. Collection of Important American Sporting Art and Decoys, Sessions I and II set numerous world records, signaling the decoy market is back to full strength.
Copley’s Winter Sale 2017 was a great success. The auction rang in over $1.38 million. Sold lots achieved 91% of their high estimate, and once again the sale was 90% sold by lot.
We are excited to present a broad selection of Frank W. Benson’s works on paper in our upcoming Copley Auctions Winter Sale.
Copley Fine Art Auctions presents a preview of the upcoming February 17 Winter Sale.
Copley Fine Art Auctions’ brings to the block more than 450 lots of American paintings, drawings, prints, folk art, bird decoys, and antique fly rods…
Copley’s Sporting Sale 2016 was a great success. The auction achieved $1.4 million in sales and saw an impressive 90% of lots sold.
Copley Fine Art Auctions will hold its eleventh annual Sporting Sale on July 24th. The event will be hosted at the Hotel 1620 in historic Plymouth, Massachusetts.