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Oct 24, 2006 | Auctions, Collectibles | 0 comments

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Acker smashes auction record

decanter.com
October 24, 2006
Howard G Goldberg in New York

“With a US$24m sale Acker Merrall & Condit has smashed an auction record which has stood since 1999.

Grossing US$24,685,593 at its 20-21 October sale, the New York City house broke the US$14. 4m record Sherry-Lehmann With Sotheby’s set at their Millennium Sale in November 1999.

…The single highest bid, US$161,325, bought a case of 1990 Romanee-Conti.”

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