A 1957 Gibson LG-2 acoustic guitar with a sunburst finish, from an extensive singular-owner collection, is one of several guitars coming to auction Feb. 25 through Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers.
More than 700 lots of entertainment memorabilia, including evening evening gowns worn by Mary Pickford and Marilyn Monroe, photos of Boris Karloff and Jimmy Stewart, and 16mm film of westerns featuring John Wayne are coming to auction March 11 through Potter & Potter Auctions.
An acrylic wood painting, by Russian-born American artist Ilya Bolotowsky, is expected to vie for top lot status during Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers' Feb. 18 sale.
Leslie Hindman Auctioneers will offer 217 lots from the Haeger Potteries and Pottery Museum archive during the firm’s Feb. 24 auction.
A vintage bronze sculpture of a jockey atop a horse may gallop away with top lot status during Cordier Auction's Feb. 11.
Assuring art is safe from theft, fire, and environmental hazards is clearly the goal of anyone looking at a storage facility; however, a primary step in achieving the goal is knowing the storage facility with which you are contracting.
Displaying single items of artwork or art collections is more than finding an open space, explains Anne Rappa with Huntington T. Block Insurance Agency, Inc. Examining key factors and posing a few primary questions can go a long way to ensuring proper and protective display of art.
With its brilliant "lime green" color and globular shape, an 18th century Chinese vase led a collection of scarce ceramics sold through Kaminski Auctions on Jan. 15.
In the first three weeks of 2017, auctions of U.S. and World coins and currency have produced more than $70M in sales, reports Heritage Auctions.
An American flag recovered by a boatswain aboard a US Navy vessel during the D-Day invasion is starring in the Jan. 28 auction at Milestone Auctions.