Auction Preview: Photographie, November 26, 2014 @Villa Grisebach

Villa Grisebach’s various owner photography sale next week in Berlin brings to market a pretty standard selection of lower priced, largely European material. While there are a handful of standouts on offer, this auction will be better picking for bargain hunters. Overall, there are a total of 256 lots on offer in this sale, with a Total High Estimate of €840600.

Here’s the statistical breakdown:

Preview Statistics
Total Low Lots (high estimate up to and including €7500) 235
Total Low Estimate (sum of high estimates of low lots) €528600
Total Mid Lots (high estimate between €7500 and €35000) 21
Total Mid Estimate €312000
Total High Lots (high estimate above €35000) 0
Total High Estimate €0

The top lot by High estimate is lot 2196, Peter Beard, Maureen at 2:00 AM, Hog Ranch, 1987, estimated at €20000-30000.

Here’s the complete list of photographers with four or more lots in the sale, along with the number of lots on offer:

Multiple Lots For Sale
Albert Renger-Patzsch 6
Josef Sudek 6
Jaroslav Rossler 5
Andreas Feininger 4
Peter Keetman 4
Will McBride 4

Other lots of interest include lot 2096, Rudolf Koppitz, Ash Tree, 1912, estimated at €15000-20000 (image above, left, via Villa Grisebach), lot 2070, Florence Henri, Line Viala, Nude Study, 1934, estimated at €5000-7000 (image above, right, via Villa Grisebach), and lot 2173, Josef Sudek, From the Album: Little Pictures from My Amateur Years, 1914-1917, estimated at €10000-15000 (image above, middle, via Villa Grisebach).

The complete lot by lot catalog can be found here.

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