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
Cowboy guitars are an integral part of cowboy lore, and none so much as the Gene Autry cowboy guitar. See how this single guitar evokes so much emotion.
With the number of people bringing autographs in, the team of the hit show "Pawn Stars" are turning to one of the best in the autograph/authentication business for help. Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA) expert Steve Grad made his first appearance recently.
A variety of musical equipment and instruments from the collection of LeRoi Moore, a founding member of the Dave Matthews Band heads to auction Saturday, June 15.
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.
Long-time record collector Warren Carey has been collecting records for 60+ years, amassing a collection of 150,00+, but he shows no signs of slowing down.
Warman's Antiques & Collectibles is a triple threat of expertise. It entertains, informs and inspires. Something not every antiques guide does. See for yourself.
After reading Fred Taylor’s column in your Sept. 19 issue, I was prompted to do some research on a violin that has a Grand Rapids, Mich., background.