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Fueled By Leonardo Sale, Christie's Sales Rose 26%, to £5.1 Billion In 2017

Despite global economic and political uncertainty, 2017 was a strong year for the top end of the art market, with data-driven reports pegging the growth at 25% across auction houses.
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