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Auction House Exhibition: Contemporary Art

Prat Collection

The Auction House has recently been exhibiting a few lots of the exceptional Prat collection of contemporary art. The Auction market of Monaco has been the Promised Land of auctioneers for the past few decades, and the Principality has been preparing to have a unique summer, notably with Artcurial Automobile sales and the Monte-Carlo Hotel sales. Last week the Anglo-Saxon auction …

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Vladimir Putin’s $1 Million Watch Coming to Auction

Putin’s Watch Patek Philippe

Vladimir Putin is something of a horological connoisseur. His collection includes everything from a Blancpain Aqualung that he wore while signing the treaty to annex Crimea to a range of other watches. Today, however, we are going to tell you about the most impressive and expensive timepiece from the Putin’s collection, and it’s coming up for sale. The watch is …

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Unique retro car auction to launch in Monaco

Car from Prince Albert II car collection

The General Manager of Artcurial Motors, Matthieu Lamoure, takes the wheel of a new biannual auction. On 2 July, more than 100 prestigious vehicles will be presented in the Grimaldi Forum. A new market, or rather a change of scene for Artcurial, the auction house from Paris. Already omnipresent in the Principality, thanks to its prestigious watches, jewelry and vintage …

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John Symond builds $75m luxury yacht to celebrate 70th birthday in Monaco

John Symond

Talk about making a big splash — John ­Symond is planning the ultimate birthday party by buying himself the ultimate toy, a $75 million superyacht. The Aussie Home Loans megamillionaire has a reputation for throwing some of the biggest parties on Sydney’s lavish social circuit. But his 70th birthday celebration is set to be his greatest yet — and see …

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Trip to the Auctions: Adolf Hitler’s Phone, Items from Cézanne’s House, Cadillac and Bugatti

Hitler's phone

Adolf Hitler’s personal phone is ready to go under the hammer at the auctions. It was recovered by a British officer, Ralph Rayner, in May 1945 in the Führerbunker, a month after the dictator’s suicide. Russian soldiers had offered the officer the gift. Red, with the name Adolf Hitler engraved on the back, topped with a swastika and an eagle. …

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