A-1 Auction LLC

AU119 AB244, 3424 Shader Road, Suite 7, Orlando, Florida 32808

About Auction House

A-1 Auction has conducted sales in the Orlando, Florida area since June 1982. Owners Douglass and Paula White have dedicated over 3 and half decades to producing the very finest and most noteworthy auctions possible. We feature select estate merchandise and fine decorative arts. Our priority is always to provide quality merchandise and professional customer service. Paula and Doug have the experience, knowledge and an eye for rarity and value when accumulating items for our quarterly sales. Doug is an Orange County licensed Personal Property Appraiser and licensed Florida Auctioneer for over 3...Read More
0 years. Paula is the research expert, photographer and computer specialist. A-1 Auction is the most reliable and accomplished auction destination. Our professional knowledge, customer service and personal attention to clients needs are our utmost objectives.Read Less

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    Summer Estate Antiquities Auction

    Gold was first discovered in South Africa in 1886. Three years later, the country was a world leader in gold exports and Paul Kruger, the South African president, established its national mint. South Africa’s gold Krugerrand would be released in 1967 as a means to promote private gold ownership after the legacy of British colonialism. Several examples of the Kruggerand will be offered in the upcoming Summer Estate Antiquities Auction, presented by A-1 Auction LLC. Many of these pieces were produced in the early 1980s and show a side view of Kruger’s head on the front.  This sale will highlight several items from Tiffany Studios, including a floor lamp with an arrowroot shade. The leaded glass lamp measures 61 inches tall from floor to heat cap. Also notable is an early Tiffany oil lamp with a pearl-hued glass shade. Fine art is represented in this auction as well. Featured are works from Míla Doleželová, a Czech painter who captured the lives of 20th-century gypsies, and Art Deco designer Erté. For more information, visit Bidsquare and register to bid.