Among the more than 800 lots featured in Archives International's May 7 auction is a seldom-seen stock certificate for Pabst Brewing, from 1889.
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.
A group of 12 different 1792 pattern coins, four original Confederate half dollars, and 12 Confederate coins, from The Donald G. Partrick Collection of Extraordinary United States Colonials, will take center stage as part of Heritage Auctions’ Jan. 7-10 Florida United Numismatists (FUN) Convention auctions.
An ornate Baccarat bronze collection chandelier, pegged to sell for between $5,000 and $10,000, is one of the lots in Cordier's Nov. 8-9 auction.
After half-a-century out of the spotlight, a selection of 19th century tokens enter the market and fetch a total $350K+ at auction through Baldwin's.
From coin shows and antique firearms auctions to vintage advertising shows and an annual auction featuring Shaker wood crafts, the latest installment of the Antique Trader Weekly Antiques Auction & Show calendar is rich with variety.
As if the PCGS Members Only Show June 17 isn't exciting in itself, this year's show includes an auction hosted by Legend Rare Coin Auctions, featuring The Simpson Proof Seated Dime Collection.
Uncommon U.S. bank note and collection of seldom-seen Canadian Jubilee stamps are headlining a May 29 sale at Phillip Weiss Auctions.
With more than 1,000 lots of bank notes, scripophily and ephemera are heading to auction March 11 through Archives International Auctions.
If auction activity at the first two national coin shows of 2014 (combined total sales of $105 million reported by Heritage Auctions) are any indicator of things to come for the coin market this year, it's going to be an exciting year indeed.