There are a wide variety of antique auction and show events rolling out the first couple of months of 2016, setting the pace for a busy and exciting year.
A Green Seal note, circa 1934, poised in the entryway to Binion's Horseshoe Casino in Las Vegas, is expected to command more than $125K, during the Heritage Auctions' sale Jan. 6-12, held during the Florida United Numismatists Show.
An 18th century engraved powder horn owned by Alexander Hamilton, which is one of the most fascinating finds related to Hamilton, since the discovery of his dueling pistols, is coming to auction Jan. 11 through Sterling Associates.
Two uniquely different paintings commanded top lot status during two separate auctions, presented by Cordier Auction in November.
The 'theorem work' technique of stencil painting on fabric, paper and light-colored wood, a popular form of art in 19th century, is on exhibition now through the fall of 2016, at the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg.
Time is running out to view a rare collection of marbles, courtesy of the exhibit, The History and Art of Marbles, at the Temecula Valley Museum.
The first Junk Bonanza event of 2016 will take place in Del Mar, Calif., featuring careful curated vendors offering vintage furniture, decor, jewelry, textiles and apparel, as well as some handcrafted items.
A seldom-seen complete 22-piece set of Meissen monkey figurines playing musical instruments may drum up $35,000 during the Annual New Year's auction being offered by Don Presley Auctions.
There are a number of auction and show events scheduled for the first few days of 2016.
More than 1,900 lots changed hands during Archives International's two December worldwide banknotes, coins, scripophily auctions.