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Lichtenstein bronze plaque could see $120,000
Pop art icon Roy Lichtenstein's bronze "Peace Through Chemistry" is one of the items vying for the top lot in Cottone Auctions' Fine Art and Antiques Auction, Sept. 22-23.

Other notable artists represented in this auction include Alexander Calder, Joan Mitchell, and Andrew Wyeth.

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Unique harbor painting leads decorative art offerings
Marsden Hartley Main harbor
The unrivaled painting of a Maine harbor scene pictured here and painted by Marsden Hartley, soared to $169,650 before the gavel fell during Thomaston Place Auction Gallery's August auction.

Additional highlights of the auction include a copper weathervane depicting a running fox, which sold for $8,775; a pair of mahogany demilune-gate-leg card tables that commanded $18,000; and a gilded Dore bronze lamp featuring a gold/amber linen fold glass panel that realized 49,000.

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Just say 'no' to restoring piece with linseed oil
Chifferobe
Best intentions can sometimes have disastrous effects. Case in point, choosing to use linseed oil as a short-term cleaning option for the turn-of-the-century chifferobe pictured here.

Furniture Detective Fred Taylor in his latest column explains the likely outcome of using linseed oil instead of turning to mineral spirits.

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Latin American art headlining Sept. 16-17 auction
Latin American art at Clars
An extensive selection of Latin American art, including works by one of Mexico's most notable muralists, is headlining Clars Auction Gallery's 1,500-plus lot auction slated for Sept. 16-17.

The large-scale geometric abstract painting pictured here, by Carlos Mérida and titled "El Tono," heads into the sale with an estimate of $80,000 to $120,000.

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Pewter bowl's hallmarks 'speak' volumes
Pewter hallmarks
In the latest Ask the Experts column, Dr. Anthony J. Cavo demonstrates the great educational opportunity available through evaluations.

Pictured here are the hallmarks of a pewter bowl, the subject of an reader's inquiry and the focus of Dr. Cavo's most recent column. In responding to a reader's inquiry, Dr. Cavo provides this valuable tidbit: "Highly polished pewter can look like silver, and it wasn't uncommon for pewterers to use pseudo-hallmarks, not for the purpose of fooling the buyer, but at the buyer's request. Buyers who could not afford silver were able to fool their guests into thinking they were using silver rather than pewter."

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Breweriana collectors gather for whirlwind show
Breweriana Association
Appreciating America's brewing history, examining vintage promotional materials, and celebrating brewing-related memorabilia are all part the annual convention of the National Association of Breweriana Advertising.

In a post-convention report, Antique Trader contributor Jack Kelly introduces us to a variety of breweriana collectors, including the fellow pictured here proudly showing off his Hamms Bear tattoo.

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