A gold coin, which research shows was struck for and carried by President George Washington, will come to the auction block Aug. 16 through Heritage Auctions for only the third time in its history. The net proceeds from the sale of this coin will benefit charities.
A 20th century metal sculpture of a horse by Deborah Kay Butterfield rose to double its high estimate, finishing at $70,400, to claim top lot in a 547-lot auction presented by Palm Beach Modern Auctions.
Items from the personal collection of a former antiques business owner, including a unique bronze sculpture of rider on horseback, are featured in an living estate sale.
Political and campaign memorabilia from the Frent Collection of Presidential & Political Americana headlined a recent $1.1 million sale through Heritage Auctions.
A Gold Dust Barkhouse Brothers Kentucky Bourbon bottle, dating to the mid-1870s, is among the unique and rare bottles headlining American Bottle Auctions' upcoming sale.
An ancient Greek figure of a sphinx carved from limestone is expected to bring more than $100,000 as one of the featured lots in Artemis Gallery's June 20-21 auction.
A storied collection of waterfowl decoys will headline Copley Fine Arts' Sporting Sale slated for July 19-20.
A bevy of Japanese artists' work will be represented in woodblock, watercolor and mezzzotint prints on offer in Turner Auctions + Appraisals' June 17 sale.
A selection of unique artistic Native American Portrait Galvanos created by Edward Warren Sawyer during the early 20th century will come before bidders during Heritage Auctions' auctions at the Long Beach coin show, June 13-18.