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Freeman’s Auctioneers to Sell Remainder Of Lehman Brothers Art Collection

Color Lithograph. Currier, N.; Ives, J.M., publisher. "The Great East River Suspension Bridge ." New York, 1877. 28 3/4 x 39 1/4 inches (730 x 995 mm) Slightly toned, linen backed. Image clean & attractive. Gale 2817. Provenance: Lehman Brothers. Estimate $2,000-3,000

PHILADELPHIA, PA.- On February 12th, Freeman’s Auctioneers will
offer for sale at auction 374 lots of contemporary artworks of the former global
financial services firm, Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. (LBHI).

The artworks are from the offices of the former global financial
services firm and the sale represents the remainder of the Lehman property to be
sold by the Philadelphia auctioneer.
As with the other Lehman material
sold by Freeman’s, all of the artwork was acquired by Lehman Brothers from
respected galleries and nearly all of it remains, as when displayed in the
consignor’s offices in New York, Boston and Delaware, in excellent condition,
professionally framed and matted – often to museum specification.