Antiquorum’s New York, 8th October 2013 Auction Totaled USD 565,007

The top lots for the auction are as follows:

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LOT 183

THE ROLLING STONES, LONDON, 1968
Classic, Beggars Banquet photoshoot, June 14
LINER NOTES Michael printed this image overnight and Mick was astounded by how beautiful the image looked, so they decided to use it on the sleeve.
SPECIFICS Hasselblad Superwide 2&1/4" - Kodak Tri-X
SIZE 30" x 40"
MEDIUM Archival digital print.
VALUE $15,600 - $20,500
STARTING BID $12,000

Sold for USD 13,750.00

Estimations :

USD 15,600 - 20,500

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LOT 181

THE ROLLING STONES, LONDON, 1968
Keith Eating Orange, Beggars Banquet photoshoot, June 14
LINER NOTES This rare out-take was recently released by the photographer.
SPECIFICS Shot with Sinar 10X8- Ektachrome.
SIZE 30" x 40"
MEDIUM Archival digital print.
VALUE $15,600 - $20,500
STARTING BID $12,000

Sold for USD 13,125.00

Estimations :

USD 15,600 - 20,500

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LOT 188

THE ROLLING STONES, LONDON, 1968
The Banquet, Beggars Banquet photoshoot, June 14
LINER NOTES This is the photographer's favorite, a "mélange" from three out-takes.
SPECIFICS Shot with Sinar 10X8- Ektachrome
SIZE 30" x 40"
MEDIUM Archival digital print.
VALUE $10,400 - $13,500
STARTING BID $8,000

Sold for USD 11,250.00

Estimations :

USD 10,400 - 13,500

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LOT 264

HERMAN LEONARD, 21ST EDITION PLATINUM, 1940S

LINER NOTES In the late 1940's, Herman Leonard's passion for Jazz brought him to the swinging clubs of Broadway, 52nd Street and Harlem. With the camera as his free ticket, he photographed and developed friendships with some of the greats of Jazz history including Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington and many more. A year's apprenticeship with Yousuf Karsh provided invaluable experience photographing the likes of Albert Einstein, Harry S. Truman and Clark Gable. In 1956 Leonard was chosen to be Marlon Brando's personal photographer for an extensive research trip to the Far East. In the late 1950's Leonard headed for Paris where he worked in fashion and advertising and served as the European photographer for Playboy Magazine. The Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC has honored him by housing an entire collection of his personal archives of musical history. President Clinton presented a portfolio of Leonard's prints as an official gift from the United States government to a fellow musician, The King of Thailand. The Jazz photographs of Herman Leonard appear as a companion to the great musicians who created the unique sounds of America's original art form.
ACCOLADES The book won a Lucie Award in 2010.
BOOK DETAILS Bound in Japanese marbled silk and goatskin leather, is signed by Herman Leonard, Quincy Jones (Introduction), and Steven Albahari (Afterword), and includes more than 60 iconic photographs of Jazz greats such as Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie, Billie Holiday, Charlie Parker, and many others.
EDITION of 40 numbered and 10 lettered copies.
BOOK INCLUDES 12 platinum prints (each signed on the mount), three of which are loose for framing: Dexter Gordon, Duke Ellington, and Lester Young's Hat.
INCLUDES 12 Platinum 11" x 14" prints.
HANDCRAFTED in the United States.
MEDIUM Book & platinum prints.
VALUE $10,400 - $11,000
STARTING BID $8,000

Sold for USD 11,250.00

Estimations :

USD 10,400 - 11,000

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LOT 271

EVERYTHING CHANGES BOX SET
LINER NOTES Trying to capture a visual sense of Music, or the story of a song we can all relate to... -Julian Lennon
SPECIFICS Contains 16 archival digital prints.
SIZE 20" x 20" each
VALUE $6,800 - $9,000
STARTING BID : $5,250

Sold for USD 11,250.00

Estimations :

USD 6,800 - 9,000

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LOT 291

TIMELESS, 2010

LINER NOTES Timeless is the road we all go down... It's one without an end... The one we must all travel.- Julian Lennon
SIZE 40" x 60"
MEDIUM Aluminum metal print
VALUE $9,800 - $13,000
STARTING BID $7,500

Sold for USD 9,875.00

Estimations :

USD 9,800 - 13,000

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LOT 213

THE BEATLES, MIAMI BEACH, 1964
Feet of the Beatles
SIZE 30" x 40"
MEDIUM Archival digital print.
VALUE $10,400 - $12,000
STARTING BID $8,000

Sold for USD 8,750.00

Estimations :

USD 10,400 - 12,000

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LOT 259

JOHN LENNON, LONDON, 1968

LINER NOTES John listening to the White Album, shot in his basement flat on Montague Square.
SIZE 30" x 40"
MEDIUM Platinum print.
VALUE $8,400 - $11,000
STARTING BID $6,500

Sold for USD 8,750.00

Estimations :

USD 8,400 - 11,000

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LOT 157

JIMI HENDRIX, LONDON, 1967
Smoking Color Triptych, Mason's Yard Studio
LINER NOTES Shot during my first session with Jimi at my Studio in early 1967, this triptych was created in colour from the original black & white by me around 2003 for an exhibition. -Gered Mankowitz
SPECIFICS Shot with a Hasselblad 500C, 50mm lens, Kodak Tri-X film.
SIZE 30" x 40"
MEDIUM Archival digital print.
VALUE $7,500 - $9,500
STARTING BID $5,800

Sold for USD 7,750.00

Estimations :

USD 7,500 - 9,500

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LOT 141

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN, HADDONFIELD, NEW JERSEY, 1978
Corvette Winter
LINER NOTES Bruce seemed to come to Haddonfield in a different vehicle each time. After his initial visit in that old Chevy pick-up truck, the next day, Sunday, he arrived in a slick '60 Corvette. I think that car was his pride and joy. It was loaded, it was sleek, it ruled Route 9 and the New Jersey Turnpike. I imagined what it would be like to be Bruce, cruising in that Vette up the Pike under that giant Exxon sign in the wee, wee hours, thinking up song ideas while listening to his favorite tunes in that bad-ass Corvette. - Frank Stefanko
SIZE 27" x 37"
MEDIUM Aluminum metal print.
VALUE $6,800 - $9,000
STARTING BID $5,250

Sold for USD 7,688.00

Estimations :

USD 6,800 - 9,000