The world is too complex to completely protect ourselves from financial fraud. However, there are some things we can do to minimize our risk of being defrauded. Wayne Jordan shares several tips in his most recent Behind the Gavel column.
The Michigan Antique Festival, in operation for nearly five decades, recently received an honor of recognition from the state of Michigan.
The Virginia-based Quinn & Farmer is restructuring ownership of the business, with Paul Quinn assuming full ownership of auction business, and Ken Farmer redirecting his focus to expert appraisals, art brokerage and private consultation services.
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. — Imagine the convenience of finding all the collectibles you want that are currently available for sale online, all in one place. Collectors.com, created to alleviate the frustration collectors often experience while searching dozens of websites for online collectibles listings, now provides information on the availability of more than 9 million collectibles...
In an effort to better inform the public of valuable qualification standards for appraisers, the American Society of Appraisers, Appraisers Association of America, and the International Society of Appraisers, have partnered in the "Circle of Trust" initiative.
In an unparalleled exhibition, 50 pieces of original art by art icon Will Eisner will appear at Geppi’s Entertainment Museum at Camden Yards, Baltimore, beginning Sept. 26.
America's oldest auction house, Freeman's, announced expansion of its firm, with the addition of a second southeast regional office in Richmond, Va.
A 50 percent jump in the quantity of auctions, a nearly 70 percent increase in the number of unique bidders, 40 percent growth in gross merchandise sales, coupled with several technological advancements led to a record breaking second quarter of 2015 for Invaluable.
Morphy Auctions continues its expansion efforts, with the recent acquisition of the Advertising, Toy, Doll Division of James D. Julia. The move allows Julia's the opportunity to grow other areas of their business, while ensuring their loyal consignors will be in good hands, explained James D. Julia.
The late William "Bill" Johnson's lifelong acquisition of unique, eclectic and ordinary items, will come to market July 10-11 and July 24-25. During the two session auction, to be presented by John McInnis Auctioneers, items including Americana, toys, banks, clocks, abandoned railroad cars, and a 1776 tavern will be up for bid.