The U.S. Senate ID card of John F. Kennedy, signed in fountain pen and issued in 1952, sold for $20,000 during RR Auctions' May auction.
Modern design and ancient antiquities will share the auction block during Thomaston Place Auction Galleries' Spring Auction Weekend, June 2-4.
Iconic moments and people can transform everyday items into extraordinary pieces of history. The Fender Stratocaster guitar played by Jimi Hendrix during the Monterey Pop Festival is one such item, and come June 17-18 a winning bidder will become the new owner of the legendary 'Strat'.
Skeleton clocks, hand-wrought vases, and paintings by noted artists with ties to Rhode Island are sure to command attention at Bruneau & Co.'s June 3 auction.
During this year's R.S. Prussia Convention in Iowa, an extensive selection (more than 250 lots) of R.S. Prussia china will be offered at auction by Woody Auction.
Among items featured in RR Auction's current auction of artifacts of the Kennedy family, is a maternity dress worn by Jackie Kennedy while pregnant with John Jr. The auction closes to bids May 18.
An early 20th century silver and green chrysoprase necklace from maker Georg Jensen is one of the featured lots in John Moran Auctioneers' multi-session auction, May 23.
Dr. Alan York's collection of philately and numismatic specimens includes many scarce examples related to some of the most defining moments in world history. A segment of this collection is coming before bidders May 19 through Roland Auctions.
A Colt revolver dating to the era of Custer, and a serial number with ties to the 7th Cavalry, is one of the historic lots coming to auction May 22.
This year marks the 28th year of Brian Lebel's Old West Show & Auction, and during the auction portion of the June 10-11 event a painting by noted Western artist Alfred Jacob Miller may command $175,000.