The Exceptional Steve Turner Collection of African Americana Sells for 182% of Pre-Sale Estimate at Cowan’s Auctions
One of the final studio portraits of Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass’ walking stick, and a stunning landscape by California’s first African-American city view artist were among the highlights. CHICAGO – Part one of a planned two-part sale of one of the best private collections of African Americana to come to market in recent memory sold at Cowan’s, a Hindman Company, on February 20, 2020 for a combined $612,691. The Road West: The Steve Turner Collection of African Americana illustrated the history of African Americans and their role in settling the western frontier in the 19th and early 20th century. “We were delighted
- Christian Abraham Fleetwood
- Danielle Linn
- Frederick Douglass
- Harriet Tubman
- J.A. Palmer
- John C.H. Grabill
- Steve Turner
- Wes Cowan
- American Indian & Ethnographic
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