The unique bronzed fiberglass statue of the Pokémon character Pikachu, which mysteriously appeared in a New Orleans park earlier this summer, is set to sell Sept. 25 through Neal Auction Company.
Celebrating its community's marine and seafaring history, Thomaston Place Auction Galleries will present several examples of marine artwork, among other items, during an Aug. 27-29 auction.
From dairy tokens and milk cans to milk bottles, cream separators and advertising signs, dairy memorabilia is appealing to a variety of people each driven to dairy for various reasons. Antoinette Rahn explores dairy collectibles in her latest Ten Things You Didn't Know column.
Have you ever wondered what goes through the mind of someone who picks items antiques and collectibles with the intention to flip for profit? Author Joe Willard shares some elements of picking philosophy, which can easily apply to other areas of life.
Western memorabilia, vintage advertising, antique buttons, glass and lighting, and estate treasures and classic collectibles were among the subjects featured in auction/shop/show advertisements that recently appeared in Antique Trader.
Renown political memorabilia authority and pioneer of the collectibles auction industry, Ted Hake, was presented with a lifetime achievement award by the American Political Items Collectors’ (APIC) group July 9, during the the organization's national convention.
In the latest installment of Ask the Experts, Dr. G. Marchelos weighs in on the identity, nostalgic history, collectible interest and value of items reader's inquired about.
More than 215 lots of car mascots (hood ornaments) including Art Deco examples from the 1920s to figural pieces and automaker brand pieces are set to sell during the July 24 auction presented by Turner Auctions + Appraisals.
Collectors of many interests lost a true ally and long-time ambassador recently, with the passing of esteemed hobby publishing pioneer Chester "Chet" Krause.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Sporadic showers did not dampen bidder enthusiasm for style, elegance and whimsy at the Selkirk Spring Eclectic Auction held this spring. Buyers competed vigorously for the signed Still Life acrylic painting, featuring a vase of flowers, by Lois Marilou Jones. Born in 1905 and trained at the School of the...