Deutscher and Hackett sets a benchmark for the 2015 auction calendar selling 170% lots by value.
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Detail of Naata Nungurrayi, The Rockhole and Soakage Water Site of Marrapinti, (detail) 2001, the top lot sold at Deutscher and Hackett's Laverty Collection auction taking the hammer at $216,000. Courtesy Deutscher and Hackett