75-year Southern art collection featured in Everard’s Oct. 18-20 series

Virginia and John Duncan, with their Cavalier King Charles spaniel Emma, enjoy some quiet time in the front parlor of their antique- and art-filled home, the historic Thomas-Levy House in Savannah, Georgia. Their collection will be auctioned in the October 19 and 20 sessions of Everard’s three-day series. Photo by Richard Leo Johnson, provided by Everard Auctions

SAVANNAH, Ga. – Everard Auctions takes great pleasure in announcing highlights of its Oct. 18 Fall Southern Estates auction to be followed on October 19-20 by a very special sale of the John and Virginia Duncan collection of fine, folk and ethnographic art and antiques. Amassed over 75 years, the Duncan collection encompasses fine, folk & ethnographic art; antiques, furniture, rare maps and broad range of material culture of Southeastern United States. Bid absentee or live online through LiveAuctioneers.

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Everard to auction fine art from distinguished Savannah citizens, June 1-2

Style of Porfirio Salinas (Texas, 1910-1973), ‘Blue Bonnets,’ oil on canvas. Estimate $2,500-$3,500; starting bid $1,500

SAVANNAH, Ga. – On June 1-2, 2022, Everard Auctions will present a diverse selection of fine and decorative art, featuring property from the Estate of Murray C. Perlman of Savannah, Georgia. Perlman was a prominent Savannah resident who supported numerous organizations dedicated to local historic preservation, including the Historic Savannah Foundation. He was also an owner and partner of Savannah Galleries in historic downtown Savannah, which started selling fine American, English, and French antique furniture in 1968. Bid absentee or live online through LiveAuctioneers.

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