Following the winter months, when sales of vintage and modern photographic prints appear to be hibernating, when the activity of bargain-hunters, dealers and spaces dedicated to 19th and 20th century photographs in France seems stagnant, seasoned collectors and motivated buyers contemplate the arrival of Spring and March public auctions in Paris with a blend of hope, excitement and anxiety.
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