Did you know one of the earliest forms of bobbleheads, known as German nodders, were first produced in the late 19th century and were ceramic? Enjoy nine more interesting facts about bobbleheads in this 10 Things You Didn't Know column by Karen Knapstein.
An archive of contracts and paperwork associated with the 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings ball club, largely considered the first professional baseball team, is featured in Heritage Auctions' Feb. 20 Platinum Sports Auction.
A Haida argillite totem, the work of master carver Charles Edenshaw, soared to $120,000 before the gavel fell, making it the top lot of a November 2015 auction offered by Fairfield Auction.
With the NFL's Super Bowl 50 slated for Feb. 7, 2016, and the 1966 Super Bowl ring of football great Jerry Kramer coming to auction Feb. 20, the folks at Auction Central News put together a list of the five Super Bowl rings to command the most at auction.
The long-awaited 'Stallone - The Auction', presented by Heritage Auctions, saw several hundred lots change hands, including the familiar leather jacket Mr. Stallone wore in the first of the 'Rocky' movies, which sold for $149,000.
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. — Imagine the convenience of finding all the collectibles you want that are currently available for sale online, all in one place. Collectors.com, created to alleviate the frustration collectors often experience while searching dozens of websites for online collectibles listings, now provides information on the availability of more than 9 million collectibles...
The great grand-niece-in-law of Archibald McMahon, one of the players on The Brooklyn Atlantics team of 1860, is the consignor of a rare team baseball card, headlining Heritage Auctions' Platinum Night Sports Auction, held July 30, in conjunction with the 2015 National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago.
Hake's Americana & Collectibles' July 14-16 auction features items from a who's who of superheroes. Among the superheroes to be represented are the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., Superman, Mickey Mouse, John F. Kennedy Jr., and Martin Dihigo, the only five-nation Hall of Fame baseball player.
From game uniforms, including one worn by Reggie Jackson, to railroad passes issued to Brigham Young and a signed photo of Walt Disney, the May 21 Discovery Sale at Philip Weiss Auctions is packed with more than 500 eclectic items.
To say Grey Flannel's Dec. 18 auction was a nail bitter, is like saying Babe Ruth was simply a ball player. In both cases the truth is far more robust, as demonstrated by the last 24 hours of the auction, when fiercely competitive bidding drove the price for a cap worn by Ruth during...