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DoneSat, Aug 10, 2013 4:00 PM GMT

AUG 10, Day 1 West Point/Garrison Landing, NY

Day 1- 8-10-13 Our usual format will apply offering fine and decorative arts with an emphasis on Hudson Valley items and New York State related items. Included in the sale will be 200 paintings, pieces of 18th century furniture, European and Chinese export porcelain, Peking glass along with Jewelry, silver, bronzes plus 50 movie picture posters. Day 2- Includes part IV of the Jay & Miki Mangan collection and the day promises a fine collection of Colt's, Native American, historical Hudson Valley, Civil War items, New York State and Hudson Valley related documents, historical prints, military and naval items as well as swords, armor and firearms. Getting There: From New York City? Take Metro North train from Grand Central to Garrison New York and walk to the event. From Albany?take Amtrak's Empire Corridor trains to Garrison and walk to the event. By Yacht- Garrison Yacht Club Marina just steps away. Coordinates 41°22'54.24?N, 73°56'50.84?W. As an alternative use Cold Spring Marina-coordinates 41°25'8?N 73°57'16W 41°25'8N 73°57'16W. Call for automobile directions 914-474-7710 This year's sale will be held in cooperation with the Garrison's Landing Association and the Garrison Art Center at the Historic Landing. The event is located on Garrison's Landing Road at the water's edge and directly across the Hudson River from West Point. Garrison, New York is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a pleasurable experience as is the rest of the Hudson Valley with numerous historic restorations within an hour's drive. National Geographic Traveler named the Hudson Valley one of the top 20 must-see destinations in the world. Designated as a National Heritage Area, the Hudson River Valley is steeped in history and offers insights into the beginnings of the United States. It?s the country?s oldest wine producing area with magnificent scenery that inspired the Hudson River School of Painting, the first art movement in the United States.