Updated: Aug 4, 2020
Did not get a chance to watch Last Week at the Auction Season 2 Episode 2 yet? This post is a total spoiler or just for you readers. Because let’s admit it, you are in an elite group of literates….or you did not watch because you didn’t want to see my face or hear my “nails on a chalk board,” but you still gotta know….WHAT HAPPENED ? So here it is. America's Favorite Top 10 List of Auction Results from around the globe as hand selected by me Josh Levine, your guide to the world of auctions.
It is like you took Joachim Phoenix, the Antiques Roadshow, and Dash of Pickers and Pawn Stars and stuffed it in to 10 minutes of Emmy Award Winning Madness!
We have got the goods...Amazing Auction Results, Fun Facts and so much more...I am telling you...Nothing is more interesting than The Auction World...even during a Pandemic! And yes….all of these results are Online Only Auctions during Quarantine with Social Distancing, so you know, this is an accurate assessment of the fair market….and the people out there, although inconvenienced… still love antiques, collectibles and so much more…
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Coming in at #10 is Jaeger LeCoultre Atmos Clock which brought $275 at Cowan’s in Cincinnati Ohio…. why did I feature this piece some may ask, that are in the know…? but for those that do not. These were super popular clocks in the 60s and 70s and turn up often at estate and yard sales.
Several were in fact retirement gifts. These are common finds at estate and yard sales and a great find to make a quick buck for the antique dealer or picker and a terrible give away for the family selling them that think….who wants grand mas old dumb clock….Answer. A lot of people. $200-400 all day long if not more! Happy Hunting….
Okay next...#9 is a Webb Burmese Epergne Fairy Lamp and it sold for…. $1300 @ Jeffrey Ev