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.
Three microphones used by The Beatles are expected to rock the house during Heritage Auctions' Dec. 6-8 Entertainment & Music Memorabilia Auction.
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.
The 1934 driver's license issued to a then 19-year-old Frank Sinatra pulled down $15K during a June auction offered by RR Auction.
Seventy-two lots of seldom-seen Elvis memorabilia, from private collections, will come to market Aug. 14 during the first-ever "Auction at Graceland," held during the very popular Elvis Week celebration.
Gramophones, graphophones, cylinder players are among the more than 500 antique musical devices heading to market July 19-20 through Donley Auction Services.
Before pickin’ and grinnin’ truly captivated the eyes and ears of the American public, the art guitars of the 1930s and ’40s supplied enticing sights and sounds to the masses, as Steve Evans explains in his latest Collector Feature.
It'll be a music lovers paradise at Stanton's Auctions April 24-26 during the Spring Music Machine Auction, featuring nearly 1,000 lots consisting of music boxes, nickelodeons, phonographs, bird boxes and cages, and jukeboxes.
A 'who's who' of the classic and collectible guitars will grace the auction stage at Guernsey's this April, when 265 acoustic guitars are set for auction.