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.
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.
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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.
The 75th anniversary of The Golden Age of Radio will be celebrated in style Aug. 1 - 3 during the Antique Radio Club of Illinois' 33th annual Radiofest.
The Favorite Finds Contest is here! This marks the fifth year for this contest in which readers from across the nation share their best collecting stories