The 150th anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg stretched the patience of some residents, especially with those who have no clue what all the fuss is about.
Over two weekends in October, Stampler's Auctions will hold online inventory auctions to clear the entire contents of a legendary antiques business, Mark 1st Antiques from Florida's Antique Row.
A battlefield cannon and drum from the Battle of Gettysburg, plus other Civil War items, will be sold alongside antiques from the historic Dancy-Polk House Inn, in historic auction Oct. 12.
Dan Morphy, CEO of Morphy Auctions, announces the appointment of Michael L. Vice as expert consultant in firearms and militaria.
Former Buffalo soldier and renowned African-American artist Dox Thrash's work, including a gouche portrait, during Elite Decorative Arts Oct. 5 sale.
An unrivaled lot of Revolutionary War items is expected to be among the top lots at the Printed & Manuscript Americana auction Oct. 10 at Swann Auction Galleries.
The new 30th edition of America's No. 1 selling antiques price guide four years running is here, and it brings with it 4,500 fully updated listings and auction-quality photographs, accurate descriptions and real-time market values.
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In this installment of Ask the Experts, an inquiry about what is believed to be a simple dagger reveals a fascinating glimpse into what turns out to be a piece of Russian military history.
In this installment of Ask the Experts Dr. G. Marchelos, certified graduated student of Asheford Institute of Antiques, reveals the riveting history behind a unique U-Boat plaque, which may be worth $500; followed by an assessment of the true identity and value of a Nippon vase.