Museum-Grade Vannoy Collection Auction Rescheduled For Late June

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In addition to the highly collectible cars, this collection will also be the world’s largest personal collection of automobilia ever auctioned to the public!

Mecum’s auction of the Eddie Vannoy Collection was originally scheduled to have run from June 3-7, but due to COVID-19, this auction was postponed. Mecum just announced that this auction will no take place June 26-30 at Vannoy’s estate in Jefferson, North Carolina, and it will be an incredible opportunity to bid on highly collectible cars and some of the coolest automobilia and Americana you’ll find.

Eddie Vannoy is the CEO of a North Carolina-based construction company, and he has spent more than 30 years building this collection of more than 80 vehicles ranging from bone stock to restomod and from vintage collectible to modern classics. Clicking through the auction’s digital catalog, every virtual page is

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How a White House fence became a memorial to Black Lives Matter

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WASHINGTON — The artwork covering the newly erected fence across from the White House emerged as many similar memorials have in the past: a spontaneous reaction to a place that has become a focal point for protests. Now, just a little over a week after going up, the chain-link fence is dotted with placards, paintings and artifacts.

Amid the poignant messages are birthday balloons, presumably for Breonna Taylor, who would have turned 27 last Friday but was killed by police in March; a placard spelling out, in detail, a proposed “George Floyd Act of 2020” to fight racism and police brutality; and an installation asking, “How many aren’t filmed?” 

At the heart of the memorial, dead center at the intersection, is a solitary yellow wreath placed in front of a large Black Lives Matter banner, atop a note: “Treat people equal — just be human.”

Signs on a fence at Lafayette Square near the White House on Sunday. (Jose Luis Magana/AFP via Getty Images)
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This Cartier Clock Collection Almost Made a Christie’s Auctioneer Faint. It’ll Go Up for Sale This Summer.

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Long before it created the Santos wristwatch in 1904 and became the jeweler of choice for the Duchess of Windsor, Cartier carved out a reputation as a master of decorative desk clocks. Christie’s upcoming sale of 101 Cartier clocks demonstrates the French house’s considerable skills in the arts of enameling, engraving, gem setting and marquetry—all on a canvas much larger than the watch dial.

Most of the clocks, made within a span of 80 years, come with their original cases, and date to the Art Deco and Belle Époque eras prior to World War I. The collection was amassed by a private European collector over the past 20 years and includes some of the finest examples ever made. “When I first saw them all together on a table, I nearly fainted,” says Christie’s jewelry specialist Marie-Cecile Cisamolo. “We don’t see something like this

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