It's going to be a technical, mechanical and even a slightly odd event during Breker Auctions' May 30 sale, which is headlined by an early calculator.
After more than eight decades, Shaw's Antiques of Sacramento, Calif. has closed its doors, and on June 12 Witherell's Antiques will bring 500+ items from the shop to market.
With summer nearly here, there are many opportunities to take in antique shows, spend the afternoon at flea markets and participate in auctions. Turn to Antique Trader for information about upcoming antiques and collectibles events.
A photograph of the woman considered by many to be the world's first supermodel is featured in the 235-lot auction at Dreweatts on June 4.
A 5-part banquet lamp, with a patterned cut glove and cut front, is expected to command much interest from bidders during a nearly 350-lot sale at Woody Auction.
The late William (Bill) Lane spent much of his life searching for items to add to his collection of collectibles, a collection which includes more than 1,500 items. May 29-31 Lane's family will work with Tilman Auctions to fulfill the late businessman/collector's wish that the collectibles go to people who others to cherish...
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.
Bronze "Elk Buffalo" sculpture by Henry Merwin Shrady sold for $276,000, the highest price ever realized for the artist, during Eldred's April 3-4 Americana, Paintings & Sporting Art Auction.
A first edition of Poor Richard’s Almanac for 1756 by Benjamin Franklin soared past its high estimate of $5,000 to finish at $11,377 at New Orleans Auction Galleries.
Vintage circus posters and banners are among the lots headlining Mosby & Co.'s May 16 auction.