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The photographer of War: Robert Capa
June 27th marks a very special auction held by Be-Hold, which focuses its lens on stunning, groundbreaking photography. Barnebys zooms in on the work of the renowned photographer Robert Capa who covered two of the century’s major wars and thus became one of the 20th century’s most important photojournalists. Here are our top picks.
Literary treasures sold from Barnebys valuation service
Last week, Tamlyns of Somerset held their inaugural dedicated books and maps auction, which proved a roaring success. Amongst the works on paper was two treasures sent in to Barnebys valuation service.
Balls, boots, shirts and flags: Nearly 200 pieces of football memorabilia at auction
Just 6 days in to UEFA Euro 2016, and the games are proving as shocking and beautiful as ever, in true European football style. Iceland are proving to be the unlikely underdogs, the Republic of Ireland are back after only ever qualifying in 1988 and 2012 and we're just moments away from England's match with Wales.
Untranslated: Dan Rawlings at Curious Duke Gallery
East London's Curious Duke Gallery are currently showing Untranslated, the first UK solo show of Dan Rawlings' work. Rawling's mystical metalworks are a true mastery.
Happy 176th birthday to the Penny Black!
On 6th May in 1840, the Penny Black and Mulready Envelopes went into circulation, laying the foundation for today's modern postal service in the United Kingdom.

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[ Photographs ] NEW JERSEY NOTABLES. 3 superb salted paper prints
[ Photographs ] NEW JERSEY NOTABLES. 3 superb salted paper prints, 8in x 6in ovals on individual loose album pages. Pencil numbers on verso probably indicated location in the album. 2 have pencil identifications in unknown hand beneath. a) "Haley Fiske, Dep. G.M.G. of N. Jersey 1860. He was born in 1792, and was appointed Lieutenant from Patterson NJ) in the War of 1812!! though never saw active duty. He moved to Yonkers (!) and thence to Spotswood, where he erected an iron foundry and built steam engines, then moved to Trenton. For 25 years he was Justice of the Peace. He died in Greenpoint (Brooklyn) in 1877. He was then the oldest Freemason in the State. b) Sylvester van Sickel, "P.M. of Trenton - No. 5 -- N.J. He also died in Brooklyn in 1883. He belonged to Trenton Lodge No. 5, F and A. M.-- and so this album dealt with important Masonic Figures. He was a member of Co. B, First New Jersey Volunteers. c) Unidentified man. (Thanks to Gary Saretzky, Bette Epstein of New Jersey State Archives and David Kuzma, Special Collections and University Archives, Rutgers U.) Except for mild fading just at the edge, these are among the richest salt prints I have seen.[3+], [4] Be-Hold
SIX MEN, 5 with identical caps with shiny straps. The youngest, at
SIX MEN, 5 with identical caps with shiny straps. The youngest, at back left, has no cap. Horizontal 1/6 plate has bright silver, good clarity, but has been wiped and has a tiny green spot on the right arm of the rightmost gent. [D3+] Be-Hold
[ Stereo Views ] Rebel Prisoners, Gettysburg. This is Anthony 2397
[ Stereo Views ] Rebel Prisoners, Gettysburg. This is Anthony 2397, on square- cornered yellow mount, with large green label crediting Brady Frassanito ('Gettysburg: A Journey in Time" p. 71,) showed thatthis was taken on Seminary Ridge, around July 15th. It's a close and amazingly sympathetic view of the relaxed prisoners, posed to show their faces, uniforms and gear. This is a very rare early example of this famous image, in super condition. Just a hint of fade at left of1 print, so lets say [4-] Be-Hold
Taylor & Huntington. 470 "Waiting for the Attack." At Fair Oaks. Rich
Taylor & Huntington. 470 "Waiting for the Attack." At Fair Oaks. Rich candid image. But alas this is the right view only, 1 having been removed to sell separately [?] Mount corners worn, but this single image is [3+] Be-Hold
READING NEWSPAPERS IN A MEN'S CLUB, by ROBERT FRANK
READING NEWSPAPERS IN A MEN'S CLUB, by ROBERT FRANK. 13 7/8 x 11- inch gelatin silver print, ca 1955. "R.B." in pencil on verso. Mild stain on upper margin. [3+] Be-Hold
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