An intriguing journey of a bejeweled medal from the hands of Harry Houdini to David Copperfield is the subject of a new episode of "Strange Inheritance."
Tennyson, Truman, and Tibet are all represented in Potter & Potter Auctions' January 27 sale. Antoinette Rahn examines the lots involving these three, along with seven more.
It's not every day you come across the words beautiful and rust-resistant antiques in the same sentence. Yet, when it comes to tinware known as toleware, it fits.
Painting and ceramics by notable Southern artists including George Ohr and William Aiken Walker are up for bid Jan. 27-28 through Crescent City Auction Gallery.
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.
Wartime and political memorabilia, including a satirical Russian painting depicting leaders Stalin, Hilter, and what is said to be Roosevelt, is at the center of Milestone Auctions' Jan. 27 Historic Military & Firearms Auction.
A word of advice from Ask the Experts evaluator Dr. Marchelos, never over look the historical or sentimental value of an object. Sometimes it's the greatest value an item possesses.
Natural history specimens of Earth and sky, some millions of years old, representing beautiful science will come before bidders Jan. 18 during an auction presented by Heritage Auctions.
Just because something looks like something else, or even is described as 'looking like,' or being in 'the same style as,' an authentic item, it doesn't always mean it is. Furniture Detective Fred Taylor explains the tricky attribution pit, and how to avoid it.