AUSTIN, Texas – King’s Auctions Inc. will conduct its Rolex, Fine Art, Louis Vuitton & Memorabilia Auction on Saturday, Feb. 22. Several Rolex watches for both men and women and Louis Vuitton handbags round out some of the many luxury items to be auctioned. The auction also offers a wide variety of celebrity and sports memorabilia from a rare photo of Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr., better known as Muhammad Ali, photographed and autographed with Sugar Ray Robinson and Joe Lewis (Lot 34) to a signed John Gotti “Get Well Bill” drawing (Lot 23). Bid absentee or live online through LiveAuctioneers.
Fine art from Picasso, G Harvey and Marc Chagall along with contemporary pop art of Roy Lichtenstein and Chris Palin, southwest and Native American pottery of Maria Sauzo, Rachel Aragon and Navajo’s Rainbow Girl Cecelia McKelvey.
Composed of just over 250 lots, with many fresh to the market works from distinguished collections, the auction presents an opportunity to acquire some of the most celebrated celebrities, contemporary favorites, vintage memorabilia and dramatic images of western art, with estimates ranging from $5 to $25,000.
King’s Auctions boasts several exceptional signed, limited-edition reproductions from Post-Impressionists Picasso (Two Women, Owl in Ceramic and Bluebonnet Trail – Lots 190-196) and Braque (1939 Verve Lot 72); and pop artists Roy Lichtenstein (Moonscape, Lot 186) and Chris Palin (Totally Fried, Pucker and Good Night Kiss – Lots 51-71).
Chagall’s expressionist style in several works (Bicycle Riders and Esther Accuse Aman – Lots 197-198), Dali’s surreal woodblock print (Divine Company, Lot 199), and G. Harvey oil paintings of Texas Western scenes are also featured in this celebratory auction.
Other notable sale items include an Alphonso Capone autographed black and white photograph (Lot 9) and a resin relief wall sculpture by Roark Gourley titled The Party (Lot 119), custom commissioned and signed (both estimated at up to $25,000); and Willie Mays’ 1954 World Series “famous catch” baseball (Lot 26).
The sale concludes with a Southwest bang—exquisite, hand-painted, fine Native American pottery of many revered potters from the Acoma, Navajo and Santa Clara Pueblos (estimates ranging from $100-$6,000); an original watercolor by Morrow (Lot 241), and several original oil paintings of Sanderson, all sourced from a prominent collector in the Northwest.
In 2020 King’s Auctions Inc., will continue to showcase a mixed collection of luxury auctions each month featuring fine jewelry, art, classic cars, antiquities and other sought-after memorabilia from prominent nationwide estate liquidations.
The auction will be held Saturday, Feb. 22, starting at 11 a.m. Eastern Time, 10 a.m. Central. Bid absentee or live online through LiveAuctioneers.