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Rose Mary
By Rosemary McKittrick
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"One week she's chasing down Wild Bill Hickok, another old Mickey Mouse memorabilia, another Georgia O'Keefe prints." -- The Chronicle




1. I like Rosemary’s articles. I belong to an antique collectors club. Will she speak to my group?

Yep. Please email me and I'll be happy yo get back with you.

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2. I am doing a research paper for my college class and would like to quote some of your articles. Is this ok?

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3. I am an auctioneer and would like her to cover my upcoming sale. How do I go about arranging that?

I would be happy to review any catalog and photos you have, but can't guarantee coverage. There are many more auctions happening than I can cover. When I do repeat a subject area I looks for a fresh angle or historical perspective. Please send catalog and sales results to me at Rosemary McKittrick, 40 Calle Debra, Santa Fe, NM 87507.


4. I am an editor of a weekly regional newspaper. I am interested in running some of your stories. Can we work something out?

Yep. Please visit Editor Options for details.


5. I printed out an article and have made photocopies for several antique collector friends. I’m not making any money doing this. You don’t mind do you?

No, I don't mind.


6. Do the auction prices reported on this site include a buyer’s premium? (Auction house commission)

Yep, the prices in these articles do include a buyer’s premium.


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Approximately 600.

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GEORGE WASHINGTON UNMASKED THIS WEEK AT LIVEAUCTIONTALK.COM
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Steel Engraving; Washington Receiving a Salute on Field of Trenton; published by John McClure; circa 1863; 27 inches by 34 ¼ inches; sold for $1,968. Photo courtesy of Skinner Auctioneers.