June 15, 1999 Strength at April Auctions From New York to London, old Bordeaux vintages spring to higher price levels By Peter D. Meltzer You can forget the $1,200-to-$1,600 estimate on this case," exclaimed Zachys-Christie's auctioneer Fritz Hatton as he scanned the order book crammed with absentee bids for a dozen bottles of Chateau Magdelaine 1961.
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