Bonhams Sets Up Shop in Georgetown; Celebrates at Cosmos Club

Malcolm Barber, Bonhams CEO, Gertraud Hechl and Martin Gammon, managing director for Bonhams in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Robert Devaney
Malcolm Barber, Bonhams CEO, Gertraud Hechl and Martin Gammon, managing director for Bonhams in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Bonhams Auctioneers and Appraisers -- founded in London 1793 and one of the three biggest international auction houses -- has opened a Washington office on M Street in Georgetown. Martin Gammon, who moved from California to Prospect Street with his family this year, heads up the D.C. and Mid-Atlantic division. Bonhams and Gammon hosted a welcome reception and exhibit of some its items, Oct. 28, at the Cosmos Club for art and antique lovers and friends.

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