A collection of more than 600 lots of the NASA space program in action, from the early days of Mercury, to the triumphs of Apollo, are heading to auction, Feb. 26 through London-based Bloomsbury Auctions. Among the expected highlights of the sale is a clear photo of astronaut Neil Armstrong on the moon, with...
A pair of nine-arm silver Tiffany candelabra's, along with a large silver centerpiece bowl weighing 154 Troy ounces, are some of the featured lots in Witherell's March auction.
iGavel recently announced plans to expand its business, by adding an office in New Braunfels, located between San Antonio and Austin, Texas. The new office will compliment the current office and exhibition space in New York, as well as the company's extensive online presence, explained Lark Mason, founder of iGavel.
This year's Original Miami Beach Antiques Show saw the largest opening day attendance in seven years, strong sales, and a good response to special events including appraisals and educational events, report show organizers with U.S. Antique Shows.
The featured ads in this week's Antique Trader's show and auction round-up provide you with key information about shows around the country, as well as auctions featuring vintage advertising and country store collectibles, glass and lamps, and antique furniture, among others. Plus, you'll find opportunities to consign items for upcoming militaria and antique lamp...
Camille Nixdorf Phelan was a quilter, and from the looks of it, a historian, too. Luckily, she was both, and ended up combining both of her interests to create a masterpiece quilt, the "American History Quilt." The very quilt that is headlining Cowan Auction's Fine & Decorative Art Auction, Feb. 20-21.
A display of photos and seldom-seen autographs from Abraham Lincoln, John Wilkes Booth and the soldier who shot and killed Booth, sold for $30,000, during a Jan. 24, 2015 auction which realized double the expected sales, at Heritage Auctions.
Minnesota’s popular Junk Bonanza Vintage Market is sure to find new fans when it expands into Southern California. Until now, the highly regarded, three-day extravaganza has never before been held outside of The North Star State.
From the essentials of day-to-day living of the past, to nostalgic and popular collectibles of today, country store memorabilia continue to enjoy widespread appeal.
The Feb. 8 Winter Estates Auction at Ahlers & Ogletree will feature more than 500 lots, representing a dizzying array of categories, including duck decoys, militaria, collectible coins, vintage guitars, original artwork, baby boomer items, and celebrity and political memorabilia.