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Discover a world of bidding frenzies, art masterpieces, and big money art investments as we venture into the great art sale houses of the world in this divulging documentary series.
Venture inside the world's finest auction houses as some of the most exciting art and antiques come under the hammer, including a Picasso, a Monet and a 1938 Jaguar SS10.
A portrait by Modigliani and a chess board taken to the scaffold by King Charles I of England both come under the hammer in some of the world's most exciting auction houses.
EH Shepard's first depiction of Winnie-The-Pooh with Christopher Robin goes on sale. Blueprints for The Beetle and works by Van Dyck and Joseph Wright also go up for grabs.
Works by Belgian artist Rene Magritte go to the highest bidder in a surrealist art sale in London. Meanwhile, a one-million-dollar desk goes under the hammer in Manhattan.
Works by Winston Churchill and LS Lowry go under the hammer in a modern British art sale in London. Petrol-heads gather in Goodwood for a prestigious auction of 1960s cars.
A desk made by famous furniture-maker John Townsend goes under the hammer in New York. Plus, two illuminated manuscripts from the Middle Ages go up for auction in London.
Raphael's Head of a Young Apostle breaks records at an auction at Sotheby's. A desk believed to have been made for Madame de Pompadour also goes under the hammer in London.
A first edition of The Tale of Peter Rabbit stands to fetch £20,000 in London. Plus, silverware made for the marriage of Titanic victim John Jacob Astor goes on sale.
A still life painted on the back of one of Francis Bacon's discarded works goes on sale in the UK, along with rare travel books and Winston Churchill memorabilia.
A collection of Picasso ceramics goes up for grabs at London's Sothebys. Plus, needlework telling the story of the US goes on sale in an 'Americana' auction in New York.
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