Art: Leverhulme Sale

In the red auction room of the Anderson Galleries, Manhattan, the sale of Viscount Leverhulme's furniture, his rare porcelains, his tapestries and paintings (TIME, Feb. 22), went steadily on. In the past fortnight the auctioneer has applied that word "sold" to the following objects, among others:

Porcelain. A Chinese vase in green, yellow, and aubergine (1665) to Frank Partridge of London for $3,100, the highest price paid for anything in the porcelain collection. B. N. Needham, Manhattan collector, paid $2,000 for a Chamberlain Worcester dessert...

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