Several early and mid-20th century paintings exceeded estimates during the May 20 auction presented by Leslie Hindman Auctioneers.
Susan Mullikin, member of the Antique Trader Ask the Experts team, offers a quick history lesson about the switch from lead to manganese in glass making, in her response to a reader's inquiry.
Hundreds of dealers and thousands of collectors from across America are expected to flock to Union, Ill. June 13-15 for the 40th Annual Phonograph & Music Box Show.
Albert Einstein will be represented during Profiles in History's June 3 auction, as 25 lots of documents and memorabilia associated with Einstein, including letters to family, are set for sale.
It's going to be a technical, mechanical and even a slightly odd event during Breker Auctions' May 30 sale, which is headlined by an early calculator.
After more than eight decades, Shaw's Antiques of Sacramento, Calif. has closed its doors, and on June 12 Witherell's Antiques will bring 500+ items from the shop to market.
In his latest column, Furniture Detective Fred Taylor offers a history lesson related to the inspiration behind a reader's reproduction refectory table.
The circus is coming town, in a matter of speaking. During The World Wide Circus Summit 2015, in Springfield, Mass. July 14-18, Enquirer Printing Company of Newtown, Ohio, will be offering a large collection of circus memorabilia for sale.
In recognition of the 60th anniversary of Elvis' inauguration into the music industry and his 80th birthday, legendary jukebox maker Rock-ola is offering for purchase limited edition "Elvis Presley 60th Anniversary of Rock n’ Roll 1954-2014," jukeboxes. Plus, the company is holding a sweepstakes in which one lucky person will win one of the...
A photograph of the woman considered by many to be the world's first supermodel is featured in the 235-lot auction at Dreweatts on June 4.