Two unique bronze statuettes, an Art Deco designed female perched on the moon, and a Japanese eagle sculpture are among the featured lots in the benefit-focused Red Carpet Auction, Feb. 21.
Sara Jordan-Heintz, the features reporter with the Marshalltown Times-Republic and a contributor to Antique Trader, recently received the Young Iowa Journalist award.
Two world records and more than $10 million in vintage poster sales were the driving forces behind Heritage Auctions' reporting a 27 percent increase in posters sold at auction in 2017.
A one-of-a-kind inaugural button touting George Washington as the "Father of His Country" is headlining a 658-lot auction being offered Feb. 24 by Heritage Auctions.
Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan discusses the concept of Dealer Dicker Days and how this type of event can bring a little 'sales sunshine,' to antique businesses.
A 17th century village scenescape painting, elk antler chandeliers, English silver, and Japanese ceramics are among the items in Myers Fine Arts' Jan. 21 auction.
In the realm of rare coins, 2017 saw strong auction sales on both ends of the spectrum. The blue-chip level of auction sales $50,000) and the $500 and under opportunities were vibrant, reports PNG.
Auction aggregate Barnebys wrapped 2017 with not one, but two acquisitions. After acquiring Simple Auction Site in early December, Barnebys announces acquisition of CollectorsWeekly.com.
As we prepare to bid 2017 adieu, two leading U.S. auction firms are coming together. Recently, James D. Julia, Inc. merged with Dan Morphy Auctions, becoming a division of the Morphy firm.