Bidding for Pop Kings

Among the bounty of top lots up for acquisition during the red-hot November sales, Texas-founded Heritage Auctions stakes a claim %26mdash;you might just pick up some treasures here while other collectors aren%26rsquo;t looking. Heritage%26rsquo;s department head, the erudite European Frank Hettig, has assembled a trove of modern and contemporary offerings that tilt to Pop, on the block in two big sales. First up: Saturday, November 2, prepare to bid on works by Warhol, Lichtenstein and Indiana (whose %26ldquo;Beyond Love%26rdquo; retrospective at the Whitney is among fall%26rsquo;s blockbusters). Then on Saturday, November 23, a cache from a tony private collection %26mdash; billed as %26ldquo;Property of a Distinguished Gentleman%26rdquo; %26mdash; comes to auction, including a pair of Lichtensteins and a Rosenquist, alongside the inimitable Motherwell and rediscovered op artist Vasarely. Preview lots and bid in advance at

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