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John Brack's artwork First Daughter, not seen by public for 60 years, sells for $725,000 Read more:

April 29, 2015

The Sydney Morning Herald | Daisy Dumas

Syndicated: The Age, The Brisbane Times, The Canberra Times, WA Today

It was touted as being highly conservative, but the pre-sale estimate of up to $750,000 for lot 5 of the late David Clarke's art collection turned out to be spot on: John Brack's First Daughter, which has not been seen by the public for nearly 60 years, sold in Sydney on Tuesday night for a hammer price of $725,000, or $884,500 including buyer's premium.

 

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