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THE ART OF SELLING AT WHYTE’S

Whyte’s

- Ireland’s Leading Auction House

for Fine Art and Collectibles

Whyte & Sons was founded in Dublin in 1783 and in the past three

centuries the Whyte family business has expanded and evolved with the

times from specialising in exquisite glass and china to rare stamps and

postal history, historical artefacts, coins, medals, manuscripts, maps,

ephemera, memorabilia and a wide range of other collectibles. The main

business today is in Irish art from the great masters to the best of Ireland’s

emerging contemporaries.

Under the direction of Ian Whyte, this longstanding family business is

firmly established as an art and collectibles auction house of immense

reputation, both in Ireland and internationally. Coupled with the

enthusiastic adoption of modern technology, Whyte’s offers all the

advantages and old world civility of a ‘bricks and mortar’ auction house

with the convenience of instant worldwide electronic commerce.

In six to eight carefully

planned sales a year

we offer an unrivalled

range of Irish art and

collectibles. Our main

art sales are held at the

Royal Dublin Society, in

the exclusive south

Dublin suburb of Ballsbridge. Our other sales – including our famous

History, Literature and Collectibles sales - take place in Molesworth Street

with viewing in our galleries and the auctions across the street at the

historic Freemasons Hall.

Whyte’s city centre offices and galleries are located in the last intact

terrace of Georgian shopfronts in Dublin, completed in 1831, near the

famous landmarks of St. Stephen's Green, Trinity College, Leinster House

and the fashionable shopping area of Grafton Street.

You can also view art, bid live and research current prices

all from your Smartphone or Mobile Device with Whyte’s App.

Available for free download.

Whyte’s auction at the Royal Dublin Society

Whyte’s Galleries,

38 Molesworth Street

RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin

All Whyte’s auctions are expertly

hung, superbly presented and lit

to maximum effect

Whyte’s App

WHYTES

S I N C E 1 7 8 3

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38 Molesworth Street Dublin D02 KF80 Tel: 01 676 2888

Email:

info@whytes.ie www.whytes.com

Cover:

Leo Whelan

,

The Mirror, 1912,

€24,000

Licensed to conduct auctions by The Property Services Authority of Ireland. Licence no. 1759