28 Jan '12, 1am

Image of John Hancock's house on Beacon Hill, mid-1700s, just sold by Sotheby's:

Important Americana: Furniture, Folk Art, Silver, Porcelain, Prints and Carpets Previous Next Lot 286 PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION American School, Mid-18th century VIEW OF THE JOHN HANCOCK HOUSE, BEACON HILL, BOSTON (FIREBOARD / OVERMANTEL) oil on canvas 30 1/2 in. by 50 1/2 in. Lot Sold Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium: 614,500 USD Catalogue Notes Place Bid Condition Report Place Bid Condition Report Contacts Add to Favourites Share

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