WILLIAM DOYLE AUCTIONS FORGOTTEN TREASURES William Doyle Galleries, New York, N.Y., achieved total sales of nearly $450,000 at its Contents of Abandoned Safe Deposit Boxes Auction in July. The sale offered 596 lots from unclaimed safe deposit boxes of Banco Central de Hispano, Dime Savings Bank and Home Savings of America, as well as pieces from private collectors. Jewelry stole the show when an Art Deco platinum necklace with 82 diamonds weighing about 8 carats achieved the top sale of the day at $18,400. Other top jewelry sales were an 18k white gold, jade and diamond ring that sold for $9,487; a platinum and diamond bracelet that sold for $4,025; and a Tiffany & Co. 18k gold hunting case watch with chain that sold for $4,370. A collection of 15 U.S. $20 gold Coronet coins from 1894 to 1907 sold for $10,925. CARTIER JOINS AUCTION FOR AUTHENTICATION "The Magical Art of Car

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