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LAST WEEK AT THE AUCTION

America's Favorite Top 10 List of Auction Results from around the globe as hand selected by Josh Levine, your host and guide to the world of auctions. It is The Hottest You Tube Auction Series out there.

LAST WEEK AT THE AUCTION

America's Favorite Top 10 List of Auction Results from around the globe as hand selected by Josh Levine, your host and guide to the world of auctions. It is The Hottest You Tube Auction Series out there.

It is like you took the Antiques Roadshow, a Dash of Pickers and Pawn Stars and stuffed it in to 10 minutes of Future Emmy Award Winning Madness….

#lwata has got the goods...Amazing Auction Results, Fun Facts and so much more...because there is nothing is more interesting than The Auction World.

And yes….all of these results are real, so you know, this is an accurate assessment of the current fair market….and the people out there still love antiques, collectibles and so much more…

THE SHOW

The Brainchild of Josh Levine, each episode of #lwata features 10 auction results from "last week at the auction" somewhere in the world...picture(s) of the items, how much it sold for, where it sold and a little history and some fun facts about the item, it’s maker or artist and the trend in the genre.  The ultimate goal of the show is to educate the audience.

❖ About auctions and why it's the best method of selling
What to look for if you are a collector, dealer or picker
Introduce you, the mainstream to the auction subculture
Promote local and regional auction houses
And to educate and perhaps manage the expectations of future sellers.

Packing more information in to each 10 to 15 minute episode than you would receive in 1 hour of the other shows out there

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THE HOST

Josh Levine is an Appraiser, Estate Consultant, Auctioneer, Retired Rockstar, Cheerleader and Future World Leader….Thespian, Aquarian and an all-around good natured, humanitarian….and now bringing you the latest from the Auction World….and as always, talking vintage, retro, steampunk, antiques and the unique…All from this crazy Picker, Hoarder, Yard Sale, Storage & Pawn Star world !

From a young age, Josh was raised to appreciate antiques. Becoming more enamored with their history and the stories that surrounded them. Fascinated by how items moved around the world and affected, and in many cases, touched the lives of each individual owner. Think Red Violin.

But now, after 20+ years in the Auction & Appraisal Industry he has found his true passion. That of an entertainingly educational Program Director and Marketing Consultant.

 

OUR GALLERY

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105 - The Quintessential Native American
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106 -Keith Haring Acrylic that brought $
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104 - Chinese Chairs - $140,000
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100 - George Woodall, Thomas Webb _ Sons
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101 - Carved _ Painted Bird Tree that so
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103 - John Drissel Painted Pine Slide Li
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102 - CHARLES LOUPOT (1892-1962) PHILIPP
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Last Week at the Auction - Top 10 Results Show (S5 Ep6)
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Last Week at the Auction - Top 10 Results Show (S5 Ep6)

Here we go…. it is LAST WEEK AT THE AUCTION. America’s Favorite top 10 list of Auction Results from around the globe & I am your Host JOSH LEVINE. Back again with the latest and greatest from the auction world. It’s only been a few weeks, and I have missed you. I just had a few things to do. It’s last week at the auction… Coming in at #10 is a Case of Dick’s Beer that bought $3000 at Matthew Bullocks. And here I’ve been throwing out empty cases of beer. Who knew? But seriously, Brewiana or beer collectibles are hot. Next #9 check out this RCA Victor Special Phonograph that sold for $4000 at Donley. I’d say special. My first impression was this was made for NASA but no…It was from 1935. Crazy cool and I totally get the price. #8 A National Cash Register just brought $6000 at Abell. This was approx. 20” by 20” by 16” for perspective and a wood grain. I am super impressed with that price. Typically, the smaller Candy Store or Ornate Brass Models command this kind of money. I would have missed this one at shop thinking a few hundred dollars. I am going to need to take a second look. #7 An Andy Warhol Signed $1 Bill just sold for $8500 at DuMouchelles. I wish I could deface currency with my signature and make it worth $8499 more. But I guess I’ll just have to keep my day job. #6 A Charles I Period Chair brought $10,000 at Thomaston Place. Circa 1648, this was a wonderful 17th Example and very rarely come up for auction. Almost 400 years old, this is the kind of antique I wish could talk. But sadly, I think Pee Wee Herman had the only talking chair, at least that I can remember. #5 A Photograph by Eudora Welty sold for $13,000 at Leland Little. Titled a Woman of the 30s, Eudora Alice Welty was an American short story writer, novelist, and photographer. Best known for her writings about the American South. Keep an eye out for vintage regional photography as well as this Pre-War Americana. Tis the Season for this next one. #4 is the Santa on the Chimney Figure that brought $25,000 at Bertoia. 16” tall, circa 1880 and German, this guy illustrates the demand for all things vintage Christmas. #3 is a wonderful Victrola Double-Sided Dealer Sign that rang up $30,000 at Donley Auction. Circa 1920 this Victrola outdoor sign would have been offered for sale exclusively to Victor phonograph dealers. At 35" long that’s almost $1000 an inch. With the buyer’s premium and taxes, I am sure it was. Not bad. #2 A Chinese Flambe Moon Flask brought $150,000 at Thomaston Place. 13” tall and incised with the Qing, Qianlong reign seal mark I don’t think I have to say it. Antique Chinese. Pay attention. Okay, #1 is an Enfield Shaker Desk that just brought $280,000 at William Smith Auctions. This continues the antique furniture upswing I have been reporting on. It’s now officially hot. Now mind you, this is a fine and well-documented true Shaker piece as opposed to the Shaker style or attributed pieces out there, but I still see a trend. Let’s all keep an eye on it. Is it only happening regionally? Is it a real trend? I’d love to hear your feedback. And hey, those of you watching this season, thanks for checking out Shipping Saint, and thank you for sharing how much you love it. You guys keep saying the same thing. I wish I would have known about these guys years ago. Everyone loves their amazing platform. Shipping Saint makes it better for you, your business, and your customer. Visit try.shippingsaint.com….i got the link below, or tell them Josh sent you. Until we stream again my friends. LINKS TO STALK / FOLLOW JOSH SUBSCRIBE to My YOUTUBE Channel: https://bit.ly/2PgAEPJ Check out my latest book: https://amzn.to/3bkKMiO Follow me on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/joshlevinespeaks Like me FACEBOOK page: https://www.facebook.com/joshlevinespeaks Follow Me on PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/jlevines1/ Support Us On Patreon: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/joshlevinespeaks E-Clincher: https://ecs.page.link/aKzo1 My YouTube Secret Sauce: https://vidiq.com/#_l_2zu My Amazon Store: https://www.amazon.com/shop/joshlevinespeaks Keywords: this really just happened,last week at the auction,auction,joshlevinespeaks,josh levine,josh levine speaks,antiques,auctions,appraiser,antiques roadshow uk,texas gal treasures,declutter,pbs newshour,pbs,top 10,results,show,part time pickers,crazy lamp lady,declutter with me,buyers market,art history,american pickers,buying and selling antiques,auctioneer,antiques roadshow,auction results,garage sale,arizona appraiser,az appraiser,estate sale,reseller ● Last Week at the Auction ● Chinese Antiques ● Auction News #lwata #joshlevinespeaks