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bonham

(ˈbɒnəv)
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Irish a piglet
[C19: from Irish Gaelic banbh]
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Pragmatism and creativity have brought an increased credibility to Bonhams Post-War and Contemporary Art sales, head of department Ralph Taylor tells Thomas Marks
Robby was auctioned by Bonhams New York for a record $5,375,000.
Bonhams, which conducted the auction, said the price beat the previous prop record of $4 million for the 12-inch falcon statue in the Humphrey Bogart classic "The Maltese Falcon" and topped the $4.
According to experts from Bonhams auction house period jewellery is the new must-have for North East investors.
According to experts from Bonhams, period jewellery is the new must-have for North East investors.
This is the 18th annual Aston Martin Sale and will be led by auction house Bonhams on May 13 at Aston Martin Works in Newport Pagnell, the historic home of the manufacturer.
Bonhams International Auctioneers is holding an auction in New York on July 20 of rare space artifacts, including some from the Apollo 11 flight and the Russian Soyuz missions.
Renowned auction house Bonhams will be selling the 1953 DB3S which has seen other greats such as Tony Brooks, Peter Collins and Roy Salvadori take its wheel.
Philip Kantor, Bonhams European Head of Motoring, said: "Following the events in Paris on 13th November, people around the world have showed their solidarity with France by supporting Parisian hospitals.
First East Auction Holdings Pty Ltd, trading as Bonhams & Goodman ('Bonhams').
London auctioneer Bonhams has been sued by 78-year-old American billionaire businessman Leslie Wexner - who bought the 1954 Ferrari 375-Plus at an auction in the summer of 2014.
Sholto Gilbertson, director of motor cars at Bonhams, said: "Chris Evans is offering 13 incredible motor cars at Bonhams sale, a stable which includes six outstanding Ferraris.