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The antique marine Collections Exhibition
Frame one : Introductions
1.Many antique marine collectors from abroad, one of my best friend the administrator of Hamona Germany ship which ever met at Padang city and he aske d me to seeking the antique marine collections for him, one of his favorite was the vintage picture of ship which he ever work on that boat, he also prefered sdextantat etc.
2.At Surabaya street jakarta many Antiqure marine collections were sold,but must be carefull og the original or fake one, I will take a picture from that shop and add in this exhibtions.
3. To upgrade my knowledge about this typo of collections, I found informations from my FB friend, and also from google eksplorations, I hope the antiwue marine collectors from Indonesia and asia ,also all over the world will happy to look this collections exhibtions.
greatings from the cybermuseum founders.
Frame two :
Indonesia Antique Marine Coillections Exhibtion
Frame Three :
The International Market Price Of Antique Marine Collections.(Google explorations)
I. ANTIQUE MARINE CATALOGUE
II.ANTIQUE MARINE SHOP
About Hyland Granby Antiques – Dealers in Marine Art & Antiques
Hyland Granby Antiques was founded in 1976 by Janice Hyland and Alan Granby. The business specializes in buying and selling museum quality 18th & 19th Century maritime / marine antiques and paintings including works of marine art by well known artists such as James Buttersworth and Antonio Jacobsen, two of the important 19th century marine artists and ship portraitists.
Hyland Granby Antiques has maintained a large inventory of fine 18th and 19th century American nautical antiques, including Nantucket baskets, tallcase and ships’ clocks, campaign and nautical furniture, folk art including American eagles, scientific instruments, marine paintings, photographs and prints with a maritime theme, scrimshaw, ships models and walking sticks. This firm has bought and sold many of the most important maritime antiques to come on the market in the last thirty years.
Marine Art and Antiques Consulting Services
In addition to buying and selling, Hyland Granby Antiques provides a consulting service to help museums, non-profit organizations and private collectors in acquiring marine art and antiques. In addition to consulting many important private collections, Hyland Granby Antiques has worked with the following:
Janice Hyland received her B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Boston University. Her doctoral work was in library science.
Alan Granby received his bachelor’s degree from Clark University and his M.A. and Ph.D. at Boston University. Alan Granby’s doctoral work was in media and technology.
During 2005, Alan Granby has lectured about the Foster collection for the follwing institutions:
Alan Granby has produced and edited a book titled: A Yachtman’s Eye which was published in 2004. The focus of the book is the history of marine art of the late 18th and 19th century with a emphasis on American and English yachting.
In 2005, Alan Granby and Janice Hyland wrote a chapter for the book THINGS I LOVE, The Many Collections of William I. Koch. This book was published by the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and is an exhibition catalogue for an exhibit held at the MFA in the Fall of 2005.
Alan Granby and Janice Hyland have also produced and edited a book discussing the entire Maritime Collection of William I Koch. The book is the Exhibition Catalogue for an exhibit titled: “Upon the Sea” to be held at the Society for the Four Arts in Palm Beach. The book is entitled Maritime Maverick: The Collection of William I. Koch
The most recent book produced and edited by Alan Granby and Janice Hyland is Flying the Colors: The Unseen Treasures of 19th century American Marine Art. The book explores the well-known and unsung masters of 19th century American marine painting and their work in America and abroad. Most of the works displayed are in private collections and thus rarely seen.
III.ASIA WRECKING SHIP MARINE COLLECTIONS
Our nautical items comes from all over. We used to search the wrecking yards of Asia, but the ships being broken up today are too new to have few things of interest. This means finding the true marine collectibles is becoming more time consuming and expensive. We have a broker who travels the shipwrecking yards and buys. The increase in commodity prices has also caused an increase in brass and bronze ship’s gear. Freight is a major component of our costs, as it would be for anyone bringing things in from overseas. There are also hidden costs that have to do with exchange rates, the difference in the spread of the currency, and Fed fees. We do not sell antique reproductions.
Pictured is only a very small sampling of the items available. Our extensive supply includes Ship’s wheels, telegraphs, steering, instruments, binnacles, spot lights, ship’s bells -many with names, brass lighting fixtures and sundry other items of true nautical treasurers.
Again, it is important to note that our inventory is continuously changing. To get an up-to-date idea of what we have, please email us and tell us what your specific interest is.
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