NEW YORK – On May 9, Auctions at Showplace will offer property from the collection of Arnold and Dorothy Neustadter. The late Arnold Neustadter was an engineer and businessman who invented the Rolodex with Hildaur Neilson in 1956. The Neustadters were avid collectors of art and antiques who acquired objects across a variety of categories including 20th century art, European furniture, and fine decorative arts. In addition to items from their collection, the sale will also feature fine jewelry and silver, important works from a private residence at the Pierre Hotel, and designer fashion and accessories. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
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