The genre of graphic novels continues to engage readers of all ages and interests. In the recently published "100 Greatest Graphic Novels", authors Katrina Hill and Alex Langley lead a unique exploration into some of the best books this genre has to offer.
Antique presidential campaign textile art is the focus of a new exhibition, "Your Next President . . . !" at the George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum.
A reader's inquiry about a unique totem pole, purchased in 1947, prompts Ask the Experts' panelist Dr. G. Marchelos to conclude it is a piece of folk art, that may be worth $400-$600.
An intricate carving of a hissing Canada goose decoy, by Joseph W. Lincoln, circa 19th century, earned $299,00 during Decoys Unlimited's summer sale.
Startling Sleepers is a new Antique Trader column, the focus of which will be auction lots with surprise endings.
One of the leading lots in Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates' 978-lot Variety Auction, held Aug. 27, was a seldom-seen Chief Big Moon cast-iron bank.
The recently formed National Estate Sales Association (NESA) will host its first virtual educational summit, Sept. 29-30. The online event is free.
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.