A lot has changed since Little Golden Books became a staple of childhood almost 73 years ago, but they remain some of the most popular children’s books ever published, as demonstrated in a recent Ten Things You Didn’t Know column.
A Pairpoint Puffy yellow rose table lamp is expected to be among the highlights of a two-session antique estate auction totaling more than 500 lots and featuring rare and collectible firearms, duck decoys, stoneware, pottery, and lighting, at Fontaine's Auction Gallery on Jan. 31.
The mysteries one may find in a box of a parent's stuff is sometimes unimaginable, and such was the case with a curious Ask the Experts inquiry fielded by Anthony Cavo.
The magnetism of France and French culture is undeniable. In her latest Postcard Ponderings column, Karen Knapstein explores French architecture and character, represented in antique and vintage postcards.
One of the most revered and seldom-seen collections of political memorabilia will cross the auction block, during four auctions in 2015 and 2016, with the first to be held Feb. 28 in Dallas.
The longest-running map fair in the world, the Miami International Map Fair, will feature displays and dealers with maps, lithographs and land plans, and will offer lectures about cartography, Feb. 6-8.
The Jan. 19th online auction through Pook & Pook features an eclectic mix, from American decorative arts and porcelain to gameboards, and pewter.
Art illustrations from three classic children's books, Madeline, Charlotte's Web and Stuart Little, are each expected to fetch a minimum of $10,000, and are among the expected headlining lots of Swann's Jan. 22 sale.
A late 19th-century National Cash Register is an expected stand-out of a Jan. 31 auction featuring two-generation, 70-plus year collections of a mother-daughter estates, offered by Specialists of the South.
The Jan. 12 auction at Auction Gallery of the Palm Beaches consists of 350 lots, including a unique pair of Russian gold and blue enamel cufflinks which may command $30,000.