Thousands of patriotic World War I posters will cross the auction block at Guernsey’s July 8-9. The extensive collection of posters, thought to be the largest of its kind, was amassed by the late Col. Edward H. McCrahon.
A 1917 Uncle Sam poster, which sold for $4,425, was just one of several hundred lots to change hands during Willis Henry Auction's first Asian Art and Militaria auction Nov. 16.
The lifetime collection of a late Michigan couple will be presented to bidders Oct. 3-5 during a no-reserve auction presented by Showtime Auction Service. Items including Western-related advertising signs — with cowboys, cowgirls, Native American and horse-themed signs; and more than 100 serving trays, are some of the many pieces headlining this sale.
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.”
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.
A familiar face within the militaria community, Manion's International Auction House, Inc., recently confirmed closure of the company amidst issues.
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.
Former Buffalo soldier and renowned African-American artist Dox Thrash's work, including a gouche portrait, during Elite Decorative Arts Oct. 5 sale.
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.
Highlights of Cordier's fall gun auction include a 150-piece collection of engraved and other firearms from the estate of a private dealer as well as two owner inscribed Civil War era revolvers, one with ties to General George Custer.