For the past decade, the Simple Goods show has blended offering country antiques with primitives, and come Nov. 5 the show will celebrate 10 years.
Typewriters may be a thing of the past when it comes to business, but not when it comes to serious appreciation from collectors. In the latest 'Things We Love' column, Print Editor Karen Knapstein shares how the new Olivetti note cards demonstrate that fact.
An Al Capone letter, affectionately written to his son in 1934 while the mobster was in Alcatraz, sold for $62,500 through RR Auction recently.
Classic guitars and other instruments, along with antique and vintage cars, Civil War Tokens, and fine and decorative art will be brought to auction by J. Levine Auctions, Oct. 27-29.
Wayne Jordan sheds some light on the new and controversial California law regarding the sale of autographed memorabilia. Among the wide-reaching points of this law is that it isn’t necessarily limited to residents of California.
An Ives Santa still bank is one familiar bank set to sell Oct. 14-15, when RSL Auction Co. offers 1,000 lots representing 110+ year of bank collecting.
It's not everyday a brand of snack remains a popular treat and source of collectible prizes after 120 years and counting. Cracker Jack is one such brand.
Collectors eagerly pursue Santa Clara Pueblo pottery by Margaret Tafoya. In the latest Ten Things You Didn't Know column, Antoinette Rahn illustrates how truly amazing it is that pieces originally sold for $5 are now often commanding four or more figures.
Esteemed Ask the Experts columnist Dr. Anthony Cavo serves up a primer on identifying types of early photographs, in a Special Feature.
A portion of a seriously large collection of classic cars, petroliana memorabilia and collectibles is coming to auction Oct. 21-23.