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.
The Library of Congress' collection of comic books, art and related objects is the largest in the nation and now, thanks to a recent donation of 3,000+ items from Stephen A. Geppi Collection, the archive is that much more robust.
Piet Mondrian was among the early visionaries of abstract art and an artist whose work and name received a black mark by the Nazi regime during the reign of the Third Reich. Seventy-four years after his death, his name is in the news again as his work is at the center...
A selection of early 19th century fobs will headline a 178-lot auction coming before bidders May 21 through John Moran Auctioneers.
A specimen of regulated gold cob coinage from 18th century Lima, Peru may see $100,000 during Daniel Frank Sedwick’s Treasure Auction 23, slated for May 15-16.
Colonial coins and currency will make more than an appearance at Pook & Pook, Inc.'s May 26 online-only coin and jewelry auction, they'll kick things off in classic style.
A 19th century pictorial patchwork table cover is one of several lots to captivate bidder interest during Cowan's Fine & Decorative Art Auction. The patchwork table cover rose to $25,200.
A Brilliant Period cut glass crescent-shaped vase on a pedestal is one of nearly 400 lots coming to auction May 17 through Woody Auction.
You never know what you'll find when people open the doors to their homes for an antiques appraisal. In this feature article, Antique Trader contributor Dr. Anthony J. Cavo shares the story of unexpected finds, including an 1863 blueprint of a Civil War fort, during an assessment.