Collectors' items

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Friday 22 Jan at - 10:00
Historia Auktionshaus
Berlin, France
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Friday 22 Jan at - 10:00
Historia Auktionshaus
Berlin, France
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Friday 22 Jan at - 10:00
Galerie Zacke
Vienna, France
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Friday 22 Jan at - 10:00
Galerie Zacke
Vienna, France
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Friday 22 Jan at - 10:00
Galerie Zacke
Vienna, France
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Friday 22 Jan at - 11:00
Christophe Joron Derem
Paris, France
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Friday 22 Jan at - 13:00
Beaussant Lefèvre
Paris, France
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Friday 22 Jan at - 13:00
Beaussant Lefèvre
Paris, France
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Friday 22 Jan at - 13:30
Thierry de Maigret
Paris, France
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Friday 22 Jan at - 13:30
Thierry de Maigret
Paris, France
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Saturday 23 Jan at - 14:00
Pierre Bergé & Associés
Paris, France
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Saturday 23 Jan at - 14:00
Pierre Bergé & Associés
Paris, France
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Saturday 23 Jan at - 14:00
Pierre Bergé & Associés
Paris, France
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Sunday 24 Jan at - 10:00
Hôtel des Ventes de Chantilly Oise enchères
Chantilly, France
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Until Sunday 24 Jan
Estim Nation
Paris, France
Current bid  10 EUR *
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Estim Nation
Paris, France
Current bid  16 EUR *
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Estim Nation
Paris, France
Current bid  15 EUR *
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Estim Nation
Paris, France
Current bid  26 EUR *
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Paris, France
Starting price  10 EUR
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Collectors' items

"The only way to get rid of temptation is to yield to it", said Oscar Wilde.

Auctions of collectors' items slake a thirst for all kinds of fancies, from scent bottles, musical instruments, photo and film cameras and television sets to pens, pen holders and ink wells.

In these auctions of Collectors' items, pipes, cigarette lighters, cigar boxes, snuff boxes and tobacco jars are highly sought-after objects.

Smokers' kits always fire up the bidding. Collectors of enamelled plaques will be delighted. Philatelists know these sales as an excellent stamping ground for rare collectors' specimens, and taxidermy enthusiasts can ferret out stuffed animals.  The red carpet of the Hôtel Drouot provides a festival of Canes (with systems or pommels) and an elegant parade of automobiles, including cars and horse-drawn vehicles, not to mention planes, boats and motorcycles !

Auctions of collectors' items also encompass curiosities: those "new, rare, singular things" according to the Littré dictionary – which include scientifica, or scientific instruments. With Drouot digital, curiosity can be a positive virtue!