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Czech Glass & Ceramics, ONLINE auction 29th March, starting at 6 p.m. CET sharp, Prague Auctions, Czech Republic
Invitation to the forthcoming online auction sale of Czech Glass & Ceramics, lots No. 192 to 299 in the Fine Art Sale beginning

at 6 p.m. CET sharp on Sunday, 29th March 2020. 

Please visit   

for a downloadable pdf catalogue and for bidding (the “ENGLISH” button for navigation is in the middle of the top line, the catalogue itself is in Czech).  

Bidders need to be registered with the auction house and have the actual auction activated for participation; both can be done online
before the sale. For bidding then, just signing-in is necessary. Absentee bids can be done online anytime before the actual item is selling,
or can be sent via email, via regular mail, or submitted at the auction house in person. Phone bidding is not possible for this kind of auction.

Live viewing of all items is possible from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day from Tuesday 24th March to Sunday 29th March on the premises of
Prague Auctions in Nová síň, Voršilská 3, Prague 1, Czech Republic.

Antique and vintage objects always have some degree of wear and signs of use even if not explicitely mentioned in the description.
Bidders can view all offered objects during the preview of the sale, or get this information on items of their interest through the auction house
via phone/mail before the sale.   

A new printed catalogue of post-war Czech Glass 7, a sequel of the six Sypka glass catalogues, was brought out by the experts of the
glass/ceramics section, Messrs. Jan Kaňa and Jiří Viehmann. The catalogue can be ordered on

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