Following on the high heels of our Playboy Art Auction,
we are pleased to announce our

Valentine’s Auction

of Sketches Studies and Paintings

Original Olivia art,
finished and unfinished,
published and unpublished
Playboy Magazine, Bettie Page and more
Don’t forget to register…it’s painless
Auction ends Sunday 1/31/2016

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study auction 07-922 S

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The Heart Shaped Box Playboy study

study auction 9 S

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Small Portrait of Marilyn 

MM 10-603 S

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“Bunny Marilyn”

MM bunny S

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Bettie Study

study auction 2 S
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Playboy Study for “Heaven Can Wait

07-758-S

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PLEASE NOTE!

We have added more detailed information regarding the use

and rules concerning Proxy Bidding.

If you intend to bid with Proxy Bidding be sure to read updated details in our FAQ.

We have tried to anticipate your questions,
and provide answers on our FAQ page, which you can find here:

The auction rules are in our FAQ page, but feel free to contact me with questions and comments.

Auction begins Monday 1/18/16

Auction concludes Sunday Jauary 31, 2016.

To see the items best, click on an item and open the item page.

Then roll over and click on the smaller images beneath the title “large scan” you want to see better,
and the enlargement will load in a new tab or page in your browser.

To view the auction, register here:

We have tried to make this as simple as possible.
All items will have a starting price, and a specific end time.
All bids will require minimum increases of $250.
However, you will be able to bid by Proxy.
So, if an item is priced at $1,000 and you are willing to pay up to $2,000,
you can make a proxy bid without having to worry that the auction will jump to your high bid.
Your bid will only increase as much as necessary to outbid the other bidder.
Unless, of course, someone else has done the same thing.
If 2 or more bids end up at identical amounts, the earliest bid will win.
We welcome your feedback, and encourage your comments.
Thanks for your interest and support

Olivia and Joel Beren

info@eolivia.com

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