Allum's Antiques Almanac An Annual Compendium of Stories and Facts from the World of Art and Antiques

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  • Edition: Yearly Ed.
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2016-02-02
  • Publisher: Icon Books

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From author and BBC Antiques Roadshow specialist (as seen on PBS) Marc Allum comes the second instalment of his annual almanac.

  • What do London Bridge and a $60,000 corkscrew have in common?
  • Which pop star depicted by Andy Warhol realized $78 million at a recent auction?
  • Which Hollywood film led to the recovery of a Hungarian avant garde masterpiece?
  • What would a collector pay for the real Batmobile?
  • Why did a four centimetre high portrait of Mozart sell for $330,415?

Answers to these and many other fascinating questions make this the essential guide this autumn for fans of art, antiques, and collectables.

Author Biography

Marc Allum is a freelance art and antiques writer, broadcaster, consultant and lecturer based in Wiltshire. He has been a miscellaneous specialist on the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow since 1998. He writes regularly for magazines, has contributed to numerous books and is the author of Allum's Antiques Almanac 2015 (Icon, 2014) and The Antiques Magpie (Icon, 2013).

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