A recently discovered diary/sketchbook from counterculture cartoonist Robert Crumb is just one of hundreds of quality, fresh-to-the-market lots in a rainbow of categories will cross the block the weekend of Mar. 4-6. The sale also feature a group of a dozen original Star Wars figures and a nice collection of cast-iron still banks and...
OLD GREENWICH, Conn. – The Ephemera Society of America and Flamingo Eventz, LLC, announce Ephemera 31 – the 31st annual Ephemera Society of America International Paper Fair and Conference – will be held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Old Greenwich, Conn. March 18-20, 2011. Treat yourself to a special...
The doldrums of the decoy market finally seemed to break, helping Copely Fine Art sell more than $1.5 million in its inaugural winter auction, Jan. 17. Kicking off Americana Week, the sale surpassed its $1.1-$1.75 million estimate for its offering of paintings, decoys, and other related folk art.
Russian lacquered boxes, miniature painted works of art that developed from icon painting in the 18th century, abound in depictions of folklore, fairy tales, costumes and traditions. There are four distinct styles, represented by four schools of Russian lacquer art, which are named for the villages of their creation, Fedoskino, Palekh, Mystera, and Kholui.
Longtime collector, columnist and member of the Post Mark Collectors Club, Paul Petosky is usually occupied with finding relics from Michigan's postal history. Hidden deep in his vast collection is an astounding group of vintage and obsolete postmarks from a fast fading era.
IOLA, Wis. – An exceptional Jadeite collection and items from the Stuart Freeman collection are just some of the 627 remarkable lots now open for bids in Collect.com Auctions Premier Jewelry Auction.
MATTHEWS, N.C. – As many as 2,000 quality lots of militaria, guns, ammo and hunting and fishing collectibles are being offered in an online auction that ends Nov. 20 by SoldUSA.com, the premier Internet collectibles auction site.
MIDDLEBORO, Mass. — On Nov. 7, White’s Auctions will offer a fine selection of antiques and fine art for dealers, collectors, art galleries and decorators, with some 20th century “bling” included for good measure.
OCEANSIDE, N.Y. – A Tiffany Studios leaded glass bronze floor lamp lit up the room for $135,600 at a three-day multi-estate sale held Sept. 24-26 by Philip Weiss Auctions.
Collect.com Auctions, in partnership with jewelry specialist Kathy Flood, will open its inaugural online jewelry auction for bids on Oct. 25 with final bids closing Nov. 11. The sale features more than 500 lots of collectible jewelry including fine jadeite, diamond, silver, gold, designer costume pieces, as well as Victorian, Art Deco and cameos....