Gold nugget discovery deemed museum quality DALLAS – An enormous, 40-ounce gold nugget, nicknamed “Lightning Bolt” for its jolting, bright yellow glow and rarity beyond any diamond found on Earth, could take top lot honors in in Heritage Auctions’ Nature & Science Auction Aug. 18. The 11-inch gold nugget was discovered in Victoria, Australia, and...
DOUGLASS, Kan. – Three blue RS Prussia marked bowls – each one boasting a portrait and scenic décor of one of the four seasons – sold as single lots for a combined $33,000 at the Part 1 sale of the lifetime collection of RS Prussia antique porcelain of the late John...
A pair of diamond rings and oil paintings are among the headlining lots in Gray's Auctioneers' Aug. 8 auction.
MONROVIA, Calif. – John Moran Auctioneers announces two Aug. 21 Studio auctions. They include a Studio Decorative Art auction at noon and a Studio Fine Art auction at 4 p.m. The catalogues include a wide selection of fresh-to-the-market art and objects at a variety of approachable estimates. The majority of pieces...
A violin dating to 1880 with ties to the Dallas Symphony will cross the auction block during the Aug. 11-12 auction presented by Cordier Auctions.
Did you know the first examples of eyewear reportedly date back to 13th century Italy? Even though a lot has changed since those early years, eyewear continues to draw looks. Antique Trader contributor Jessica Brown explores the topic of vintage eyewear.
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 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.
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.
An oil painting done by Pres. Kennedy in 1955, came to auction Dec. 2 with impeccable provenance, and rose to $162,500 before the gavel fell.