Cowan’s American Indian Art Auction Soars Online
CINCINNATI – As a sign of the market’s resilience during unprecedented times, Cowan’s American Indian Art auction realized a price of $943,675 selling 92% of lots. Nearly 900 bidders participated in the auction on four separate online bidding platforms, by absentee or phone bids. While Cowan’s is no stranger to online-only auctions, this was the largest auction it has ever conducted without a live audience in its salesroom and marked the highest total for online bidding platforms in Cowan’s history. “Our consignors placed a lot of trust in us to achieve the prices they’ve come to expect from us in a difficult
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