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.
A "George Washington" tin toy U.S. ocean liner rose to $3,450 in a 430-lot coin and toy auction at Thomaston Place Auction Galleries this past fall.
The market for high-quality U.S. rare coins saw record-setting amounts paid and higher than average numbers of rare coins in the marketplace in 2013; which has collectors and dealers eager to see how rare coins fare in 2014.
Cordier Auctions’ Jewelry, Sterling, and Coin Auction in Dec. saw some sparkling results with a diamond filigree ring, an 8 carat opal brooch both finish as standouts of the sale.
Expert antiques appraiser Dr. G. Marchelos offers valuable insight for spotting modern commemorative souvenirs, while still learning something from history, in the latest installment of Ask the Experts.
A robust selection of atypical coins and nearly 200 vintage toys, including tin litho toys and several rare robots, will cross the auction block at Thomaston Place Auctions Sept. 19.