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Authenticite is the first European group of fine art experts specialized in antique furniture, art, sculptures, paintings, drawings, jewellery, antique, modern and contemporary objects.

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Sophie Himbaut auction house, in Aix en Provence, in collaboration with our experts specialized in free valuation and free appraisal sold at auction a copy of the French newspaper L'Aurore with the letter to the President, J'Accuse by Emile Zola, Friday 22th November in Aix en Provence.

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The team of experts of Authenticite wishes you a very happy new year 2019.

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Votre frigo vous fait vibrer ? Vous pensez régulièrement à votre lecteur DVD avec émotion ? Votre téléviseur embellit votre vie ? Si un sinistre survient, l’assurance que vous avez souscrite pour ces biens les remplacera facilement dans votre habitation et votre cœur. Mais cette bague héritée ou ce tableau acquis sur

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February 20, Versailles informed us have received an extraordinary gift: a Japanese lacquer commode performed by Gaudreaus for the bedroom of Louis XV in the Chateau de Choisy. Let’s focus on this piece, the donation and the intricacies of this donation.

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In this period of stock market uncertainty, sluggish property market and increases in taxes, it may be relevant for amateur and investors to diversify its assets in art whatsoever by buying an old painting or modern sculpture or antique furniture. But what are the advantages, in France, of this type of asset

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This week our newsletter invites you to sign the petition launched by "La Tribune de l'Art" designed to maintain the budget of the French Ministere de la Culture.

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Whether reading an auction catalogue an art magazine or by discussing with an artist, your attention has been drawn by these three words "resale right" forming an enigmatic expression for the uninitiated. Before going further, let's say it is a tax on the resale of a work of art that is paid to the artist.

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Increasingly rare, the restoration of gilded wood requires great patience and respect for traditional techniques. Authenticite offers you to rediscover these techniques where the use of the aerosol is strictly banned!

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Water damage, theft, falling ... are some damages, sometimes irreversible, that may be subjected objects. To avoid unpleasant surprises, the owner of artwork can subscribe to a specific insurance policy for its most valuable items. It will be for him, disaster, guaranteed to be fast, and fully refunded.

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On the occasion of Paris-Photo , from 18 to 21 November 2010, at the Carrousel du Louvre, with a panorama photograph of the XIXth s to today, we will focus on this fragile heritage. Initially scientific objects and family memorabilia, photography became a real work of art with galleries and auction houses and renowned artists such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Doisneau and, more recently, Marc Riboux. However, the sale of a photograph implies a virtually flawless quality and therefore specific storage conditions to prevent cracking, pitting, washes ...

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