A collection of 75 pinball machines soared to top sale amounts in a 1,300-lot February auction at Morphy Auctions, which grossed $1,032,000, and also included soda pop, tobacciana, chewing gum and other product advertising items.
In recognition of the 70th anniversary of D-Day, when 21,000 “Screaming Eagles” paratroopers landed behind enemy lines in June of 1944, Zippo has unveiled a limited-edition commemorative set.
Vintage advertising and toys will take center stage during the Indy Antique Advertising Show March 14-15. A wide variety of advertising pieces from soda fountain, gas & oil, drug & country store to brewery advertising will be offered.
This February treat yourself to the opportunity to fall in love with something new, during one of three auctions at Garth's Auctions, set for Feb. 7-8 and Feb. 14.
The fifth annual Palm Beach Auction, set for Feb. 15-17, will feature everything from period furniture and decorative accessories to hundreds of war posters.
Everything from oil cans to porcelain and metal gas and automotive signs and even full-size gas pumps, plus a special collection of gas pump-shape salt and pepper shakers are the feature at Morphy Auctions' Feb. 28 auction.
I love attending estate auctions. You never know what you will find. So many times, you don’t know you will like or want something until you see it. The latest auction I went to, I took it a step further and didn’t realize I wanted something until after I bought it!
An exciting selection of antique advertising, toys and dolls, from various private East Coast collections, including an Izannah Walker cloth doll that was rescued from the trash, made for an exceptional sale at James D. Julia.
Phillip Weiss Auctions is kicking off a new year in a new locale, and a jam-packed calendar of auctions, starting with a comics, comic art, sports memorabilia and animation auction Jan. 18.
Victorian Casino Antiques is kicking off the new year with a 1,200-lot auction Jan. 18-19 which includes vintage toys, fine art, retro petroliana memorabilia, and of course, coin-operated machines.