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Sothby's will sell this exceptional Lieutenant Colonel Oliver Arnold Shell-Carved and Figured Mahogany High Chest of Drawers with Open Talons stands as his earliest surviving high chest, as well as one of the two earliest known works by his hand, and is likely his masterwork showing that he had completed his apprenticeship (est. $2/3 million). Photo: Sotheby's.
NEW YORK, N.Y.- The co-founders of AmericanaWeek.com, the website that bills itself as the “Gateway to Americana Week,” now offers antiques show and Americana auction visitors discount deals on select hotels in New York City during Americana Week, January 17 – 29.

According to Eric Miller, co-founder, along with Regina Kolbe, of AmericanaWeek.com, a block of rooms has been reserved for Americana Week visitors at the Hilton Hotel New York.

The special discount rate can be booked through AmericanWeek.com by clicking on the Stay tab. A direct link takes visitors to the Hilton Hotel reservation page.

The Hilton Hotel Americana Week is valid for guests staying January 17, 2012 through January 30, 2012. Reservations must be made by December 27, 2012.

Mr. Miller said this is the first of many hotel partnerships under consideration. “As we continue to roll out antiques weeks sites, we will be offering collectors, show-goers, dealers and curators, a slate of excellent hotel deals.”

“AmericanaWeek.com, and its family of sites that include PhiladelphiaAntiquesWeek.com, NashvilleAntiquesWeek.com, AsiaWeekNYC.com, are destination sites. They serve the trade and the buyers. By offering discount hotel rates, we are making it possible for people with like interests to mingle.” He continued, saying that dealers interested in inviting high-level clients can take advantage of the special rates by reserving a block of room.

AmericanaWeek.com, which launched in September, 2011, has already generated widespread readership among dealers and collectors alike.



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