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.
Civil War and modern-era firearms and military weapons, including a Civil War-era boy's sword, are set to command much attention at Cordier Auctions' July 28 Summer Firearms and Militaria Auction.
In a surprising turn of events at Bonhams' June 6 Fine Maritime Paintings & Decorative Arts auction , a set of Japanese World War II recognition models of British war ships exceeded the low estimate; selling for five times the low estimate and finishing at $31,250.
A new era is beginning for the Occupied Japan Club, as its long time leader retiring her post after 27 years and a new pair of co-leaders stepping into the spot.
A collector's unique and intricately designed Japanese-style parachute draws a historically-rich assessment by Dr. G. Marchelos in Ask the Experts.
A wide variety of firearms and militaria, including an incribed Colt 1851 Navy revolver and gunner's powder horn are set for sale March 24 at Cordier Auctions.
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.
Bonhams in New York will exhibit the original Iwo Jima Monument at The 590 Madison Avenue Sculpture Garden adjoining its auction galleries, after the sculpture is featured in the Nov. 11 Veterans Day Parade.
Mohawk Arms' Nov. 16-17 militaria auction is packed with ethnographic items, headgear, art, exotica, Americana, uniforms, swords, edged weapons, decorative veterans’ flags, military steins, medals, books, pistols and more
A unique grouping of vintage firearms will be sold with a number of important military antiques, Oct. 25-26, 2012 in Cincinnati. Highlighted in the sale will be a cased Tiffany sword presented to Lt. Samuel P. Ferris, 8th Regiment, U.S. Infantry, estimated at $45,000 to $60,000; this is the first time this Tiffany presentation...