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Sotheby's Amsterdam (1972)
De Boelelaan 30  Plattegrond via Michelin Plattegrond via Google
1083 HJ Amsterdam, Nederland
T 020-5502200
F 020-5502222
 diana.ridderikhoff@sothebys.com
www.sothebys.com
Per veiling aparte kijkdagen en veilinguren.

Contact: Diana Ridderikhoff

Amsterdamse vestiging van internationaal veilinghuis.

Overige informatie
Sotheby's opened an office in the city center of Amsterdam in 1972. In 1999, having just celebrated its 25th anniversary, the company moved into a newly-created building in the southern part of the city. The salerooms offer more than twice the space of the previous location. Confirming Sotheby's prominent position in the Northern European auction world, the move has provided both the capacity and the facilities to take the company into the 21st century. With more than 5,000 square meters of space, the new location offers four large galleries for exhibitions and sales, not to mention lectures, symposia and concerts. Add to that a restaurant and comprehensive bookshop and the location becomes a state of the art auction center. The location places it in the heart of a prosperous business district and only minutes away from Schiphol Airport. Among the most widely attended sales at Sotheby's Amsterdam are Modern and Contemporary Art, Old Master Paintings and Drawings and 19th-century European Paintings, important events on the international art market calendar. Prestigious sales held by Sotheby's Amsterdam were the collections of HRH Princess Christina of the Netherlands, sold in November 1996 and of HRH Princess Lilian of Belgium, sold in September 2003.

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