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Esteemed Hot Wheels historian and record-holding collector, Mike Zarnock, offers an updated list of the Holy Grail of Hot Wheels collecting: The Perfect 10.
Images of President Theodore Roosevelt, conservationist John Muir and Yosemite National Park appear on new coins issued in recognition of the National Park Service Centennial celebration.
As much as collecting is about preserving and celebrating the past, when it comes to planning for the future of a collection, like an art collection, when it is passed on to heirs, understanding various elements of tax laws is imperative, explains Kevin Yardumian, vice president of Gumbiner Savett.
A cauldron shaped Passover compendium from either Poland or the Ukraine and assessed at around $3 million, is one of several Judaica antiquities currently on display at J. Greenstein & Co.'s Auction House in New York.
Long before the catchy inspirational messages and memes of today, Mather & Company served to inspire workers with workplace posters in the 1920s. Now, the Ross Art Group is showcasing those inspiring posters.
America's longest-running antiques and collectibles reference is marking its golden anniversary, and celebrating its evolution during the previous decades.
A 'Buy Now' feature recently added to the Invaluable site provides shoppers with the opportunity to buy items immediately, in addition to participating in auctions.
A very scarce CGC-graded 9.8 copy of X-Men #1 comic book, circa 1963, went for $350,000 during a private online sale at Comic Book Exchange.
Invaluable recently reported a record-setting year in 2015; with increases in the number of its partnerships with auction houses, numbers of bidders, and a 60 percent increase in live auction revenue -- finishing at $10 billion in total hammer.