With July 28, 2014 marking 100 years since the start of the start of World War I, Antique Trader has gathered together an engrossing list of historical, political and collectible details related to the “War to End All Wars.”
One of just a handful of surviving American flags which flew from D-Day ships, earned a top lot with $386,500, among the lots of World War II memorabilia during the June 5 auction at Bonhams
An American flag, flown from a ship during D-Day, is one of the featured lots in a 350-lot auction to be offered June 5, by Bonhams.
Selections of artifacts from the Civil War through World War II, including a Civil War felt fez, will headline a nearly 1,800-lot auction at Mohawk Arms, June 13-14.
It's been 153 years since the first shots were fired at Fort Sumter, in the Charleston Harbor in South Carolina, marking the start of the Civil War. Yet, interest in the historical aspects and artifacts of this war carries on.
A familiar face within the militaria community, Manion's International Auction House, Inc., recently confirmed closure of the company amidst issues.
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.
To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Civil War Battle of Okolona, the community is hosting a reenactment of the battle and an auction (on Feb. 22), rich with Civil War Memorabilia.
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.
The historic Dancy-Polk House Inn of Decatur, Ala. served as the site for a historic auction this autumn, when a Civil War cannon used in the Battle of Gettysburg sold for $86,250.