Iconic pop culture and political memorabilia, including Disney character toys, a painting by the illustrator of 'Where the Wild Things Are,' are available in the July 15-17 auction offered by Hake's.
All lots that came in went out with sold signs during Heritage Auctions Nov. 21-23 event, which included the history-making sale of the first group of items from the much-talked-about Thompson Pedigree collection.
Hake’s Americana Auction #210 is chock-full of rare and beautifully preserved memorabilia, including examples from Maurice Sendak’s own Disneyana collection.
The Don & Maggie Thompson pedigree collection debuts with high-grade examples of key books, including a Near Mint 9.4 copy of The Avengers #1, estimated to bring $80,000+ Nov. 21-23 in Beverly Hills DALLAS – One of the finest known copies of The Avengers #1, CGC NM 9.4, is expected to bring $80,000+ to...
Rockwell’s masterpiece The Song of Bernadette, one of the most reproduced works of his career, may earn $600K in Heritage Auctions’ Illustration Art Signature® auction.
Works by authors and illustrators from around the globe generated active bidding at Swann Galleries' May 9 Art, Press & Illustrated Books auction.
Six-sheet "Casablanca" movie poster soars to the top spot, selling for more than $100K, at Heritage Auctions' March 23-24 Vintage Movie Poster Auction.
It is a Pulitzer Prize winning book and an iconic film, but did you know there are at least two museums dedicated to Gone With the Wind? That's not all...
BOSTON — International Poster Gallery’s (IPG) “Winter Wanderlust,” its annual holiday poster show featuring travel posters for exotic locales in addition to a selection of general works by renowned poster artists is on display now. From exotic beach resorts along the French Riviera to romantic railway excursions along the snow-capped peaks of Switzerland, the...
The iconic Norman Rockwell painting, “Willie Gillis: Package From Home,” will be offered at auction in Chicago Dec. 1, 2012. The 1941 painting is the first of a series for the Saturday Evening Post that followed the fictional Willie Gillis through his World War II U.S. military service.