Currier & Ives for a Cause: Housing Works to host ‘Early American Prints’ charity auction

  • September 17, 2009 11:57

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Currier & Ives print at Housing Works auction

NEW YORK – Housing Works Auctions announced today that on Wednesday, Oct. 7, it will host “Early American Prints,” a live charity auction to benefit the AIDS service organization. More than 60 fine prints from 19th-century America, including dozens by legendary engravers Currier & Ives, will be offered. Longtime Housing Works volunteer and celebrity appraiser Kathleen Guzman will serve as auctioneer.

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