Hundreds of dealers and thousands of collectors from across America are expected to flock to Union, Ill. June 13-15 for the 40th Annual Phonograph & Music Box Show.
Nearly 70 lots of Elvis artifacts will cross the auction block Jan. 8, during Graceland Auctions' The Auction of Graceland event. Leading all lots may be Elvis Presely's first driver's license, issued on March 24, 1952, and estimated at $15,000 to $20,000.
Come Oct. 5 Phoenix's Musical Instrument Museum will be host to auction action as bidders vie for items from the collection of the late Waylon Jennings, a pioneer of outlaw country music, during a sale presented by Guernsey's.
The memory of Little Miss Miracle, Shirley Temple, will be honored during a book signing and exhibit at the Spencer Doll and Toy Museum of Spencer, North Carolina.
If you thought expert wood carving and inlay work was only typical of fine furnishings, Steve Evans feature about head fiddles – with their elaborate design and whimsical character – will have you seeing things in a different light.
Furniture Detective Fred Taylor dishes on the history and popularity of Victrola clones, past and present, while answering reader questions about the musical device.
Hake’s Americana Auction #210 is chock-full of rare and beautifully preserved memorabilia, including examples from Maurice Sendak’s own Disneyana collection.
More than 16 presidential documents, including a document signed by President James Madison and then Secretary of State James Monroe which fetched $1,250, generated intense bidder interest June 1, at Direct Auction Galleries.
One of the most celebrated illustrators of the 20th century, Tasha Tudor who did illustrations in "Little Women," is the focus of a session at the Boston Book Expo.
Included in Julien's Auctions' Nov. 9-10 sale is one of the most iconic screen-worn dress in film history: Judy Garland’s blue gingham dress from “The Wizard of Oz.”