Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan explains why your business is at risk if you are without insurance or are underinsured — even if you only operate a booth in an antiques mall.
Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Harry Winston, among other icons of jewelry will be represented during Leslie Hindman Auctioneers' Important Jewelry and Fine Timepieces auction, scheduled for Sept. 16-18.
Schwenke Auctioneers will present a single owner auction Aug. 22 that features more than 350 lots, Asian and European porcelain from the18th and 19th century, American 18th and 19th century formal and country furniture, prints, banjo and tall clocks, needlework, pottery, stoneware and oriental rugs, among other items.
A figural tea caddy in the shape of a royal carriage may be one of the lots to garner much attention during Woody Auction's Part 2 auction of the Dr. Harold and Audrey Eklund collection, Aug. 29.
A drum used in the field during the Civil War could realize upwards of $8,000 during Thomaston Place Auction Galleries' Summer Sale, slated for Aug. 29-30.
Phyllis Baskerville is hoping to spread the word about her Dolly Mama's Museum of Dolls & Toys, with the hope that she can find a new home for the collection.
Lee Rawdon and Edna Ary, like so many young couples of the 19th and early 20th centuries, 'went a courtin' and a big part of it was done via postcards. Today Lee and Edna's ancestors celebrate and carry on their legacy of love, through their postcards.
A select group of 35 dealers will participate in the Delaware Coast Antiques Show & Sale, in Rehoboth Beach, Del., Sept. 11-13.
Bat Masterson’s 1882 .45 Colt Single Action Army Revolver finished within its presale estimate with a sale price of $96,000 during the July 30-Aug. 2 sale offered by J Levine Auction & Appraisals.
A collection of about 500 works of art from the Reader's Digest Corporate collection are up for bid Aug. 19 through Nye and Company.