Off the auction block this month: a jewelry lot from Doyle, a Kobe Bryant rookie card, an 18th century portrait and a unique disco ball circa 1970s California.
Sold for: $176,400
This lot was part of an auction involving the contents of abandoned safe deposit boxes by order of Bank of America. It includes a platinum necklace accented with diamonds totaling approximately 30 carats. Multiple necklaces, earrings, pins, rings and more are accented with diamonds, rubies, sapphires, emeralds and pearls.
A 1996-97 Skybox E-X2000 Credentials Kobe Bryant Rookie Basketball Card No. 30 (BGS 9 MINT)
Sold for: $34,375
The definitive collection of Kobe Bryant rookie cards offered a peek into the collecting world for enthusiasts looking for the best card possible or just starting the hobby. The sale was one of the most complete offerings of Bryant’s rookie cards to come to market.
Nicolas Colombel (French 1644-1717), “Portrait of a Woman as Flora,” Oil on Canvas, 29 ¼ x 32-1/2 in (74 X 82.5 cm)
Sold for: $28,000
This oil on canvas portraiture from a private collection of Jill D. Sachs is signed “N. Colombel p.” and dated 1701. The painting was likely exhibited at the Salon of 1704. Under the features of Flora, a woman is represented, but the model’s identity is unknown.
Sold for: $37,800
This disco ball is circa 1970s California. It is part of the “DJ Kool Herc and the Birth of Hip-Hop” auction that ran August 4-18, 2022. The online auction in New York celebrated the legendary DJ and father of hip-hop, DJ Cool Herc. It includes over 150 lots of original vinyl records Herc used to spin in the ‘70s and vintage turntables, speakers and stereo equipment, among other items.