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In 2001 in New York it sold 72 French and German works of art from the Los Angeles collectors Nathan and Marion Smooke, offering them the biggest guarantee in auction history – almost $180 million. The sale raised just $86 million, leaving LVMH staring at a huge loss. Its shareholders rebelled at the level of losses – reported to be $400 million32 – in the wake of the economic downturn after September 2001 and in 2002 the firm threw in the towel, selling Phillips to Simon de Pury and Daniella Luxembourg.
41 The system works two ways, with vendors sometimes choosing not to take the saleroom route and asking the auction house to find a private buyer. Discretion, the avoidance of possible family recriminations and the fear of the work being ‘burned’ by 40 Auction Houses failing to find a buyer at auction are all reasons. Alternatively, buyers may ask the auction house to look out for a particular work. The auction houses have ‘got the best address books in the world,’ says Francis Outred, head of contemporary art at Christie’s.
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