Doyle

Doyle New York was founded in 1962 and is one of the world's foremost auctioneers and appraisers of fine art, jewelry, furniture, decorations, coins, Asian works of art and a variety of specialty categories. Doyle has an established reputation for professionalism, integrity, expertise and service and offers about forty sales annually. Doyle is also well known for its on-site auctions.

Doyle New York’s prime objective is to achieve maximum prices at auction while coordinating and simplifying the process of appraising and liquidating estate property and private collections. Doyle is dedicated to provide expert evaluations and personalized service with the goal to meet the specific needs of their clients. 

Doyle oversees an ever-expanding network throughout the United States and in addition to this, Doyle's marketing alliances in Europe and Asia provide maximum exposure for property to international buyers.

As Chairman/CEO, Kathleen Doyle leads the growth strategy for Doyle New York, Auctioneers & Appraisers. Mrs. Doyle’s in-depth knowledge of the art and auction market has positioned the gallery in the leading global auction market and Doyle New York has managed to establish a reputation for excellence.

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Inside the elusive Maison Goyard
So how did a centuries old luggage atelier in Paris become one of the world's most coveted names in travel?
Big collection of 'Blue John' hits the auction market
Up for auction next week is a rare collection of spar-fluoride decorative arts, commonly known as 'Blue John.'
Detectives, despair and dystopians: Behind Conan Doyle, Hemingway and Orwell's greatest works
Conan Doyle, Hemingway, Orwell: remember studying them at school? Time to dust off the bookshelves and delve a little deeper into some of 20th century literature's greatest reads.
Great British literature
Toovey's sale this month is features an outstanding collection of literature celebrating Britain's landscape and culture as well as some of Britain's greatest writers.

Realised prices "Doyle "

[NEW MEXICO] Leyes del Territorio de Nuevo Mejico. Laws of the Territory of New Mexico. Santa Fe: [O.P. Hovey?], October, 18...
[NEW MEXICO]\nLeyes del Territorio de Nuevo Mejico. Laws of the Territory of New Mexico. Santa Fe: [O.P. Hovey?], October, 1846. First edition. 20th century cloth with red and black lettering labels, apparently uncut. 8 7/8 x 6 1/4 inches (22.5 x 16 cm); [3], 4-115, [1] pp., including title leaf (p. 1). Title toned with Bar Association stamp to the blank verso, with two repairs to the gutter, some minor chipping and dogearing to the fore-corners, some evidence of a slight central fold, but in all a sound and attractive copy of a legendary rarity.\nThe region became part of the United States following the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, the peace treaty signed at the end of the Mexican-American war, although it did not formally become New Mexico Territory until the region was ceded by Texas in 1850. As McMurtrie states in his History of Early Printing in New Mexico, "This is the Kearny code, promulgated by General Kearny on September 22, 1846 [signed in type to this effect at the end of the text], simultaneously with his proclamation of his appointments of civil officers. The code was prepared by Colonel A.W. Doniphan ... Assisted by Private Willard P. Hall." The Spanish and English are in parallel columns. Only a handful of copies appear to be extant, and Howes (N227) assigned the work his highest rarity code of "dd," i.e. "...superlatively rare books, almost unobtainable..." This appears to be an accurate assessment; we can trace no copy ever at auction or amongst the trade.\n\nC The New York City Bar Association Doyle
Group of Twelve Sterling Silver and Silver Plated Table Articles
Group of Twelve Sterling Silver and Silver Plated Table Articles \nTotal approximately 45 ounces, all in, weighable.\n\nC\n\nIncluding Pair of Silver Plated Candlesticks, Sterling Silver Pot, 6 Sterling Silver Bread and Butter Plates, 3 Sterling Silver Cups, Silver Plated Pot Doyle
Framed Chinese Export Reverse Painting on Glass
Framed Chinese Export Reverse Painting on Glass \nLate 18th/early 19th century\nThe rectangular mirror plate decorated with a parrot resting on a branch with entwined bamboo in the background. 30 1/2 Inches (77.5 cm) x 10 1/2 inches (26.7 cm).\n\nLosses to brown pigment throughout, especially around figures, on columns and other areas.\nLoose in frame.\nFrame with major losses and lifting. Doyle
Chinese Gilt-Bronze Mounted Malachite Covered Urn
Chinese Gilt-Bronze Mounted Malachite Covered Urn Doyle
Hispano Moresque Pottery Bowl
Hispano Moresque Pottery Bowl \nProbably 17th century\nDecorated with a stylized bird. Diameter 15 inches (38.1 cm).\n\nC Doyle
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Doyle New York
Auctioneers & Appraisers
175 East 87th Street
New York, NY 10128
+1 212-427-2730
info@doyle.com

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