Sotheby’s start Wednesday a series of four actions in New York featuring the art collection of the late A. Alfred Taubman, a former owner and chairman of the auction house. The 500-lot collection is estimated to fetch $500 million, making it the most valuable private art collection ever at auction, the company said.
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500-piece art collection, estimated to be worth more than $500 million, belong to Sotheby’s auction house late former owner A. Alfred Taubman, will be auctioned early in November. Beginning Friday, More…