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.
Several lots of jewelry, including an 18K gold and diamond pendant, and a 19th century card table, piqued bidder interest during Willis Henry's March 28-29 auction.
Several items of Ohio Valley stoneware, amassed by a noted authority on the pottery, will cross the auction block May 15, at Garth's Auctioneers and Appraisers.
The two top lots of Quinn & Farmer's April 18 auction, a pair of huanghuali stools and a zitan kang table, finished at $696,200 before the hammer fell.
The first large, pastel artwork by artist Frank Reaugh, to appear at auction will make its debut during Heritage Auctions' May 16 Texas Art Auction.
Among the more than 800 lots featured in Archives International's May 7 auction is a seldom-seen stock certificate for Pabst Brewing, from 1889.