Attorney General of Texas, Ken Paxton recently teamed up with numismatic experts, specifically Michael Fuljenz, whose expertise includes numismatic-related crimes, to provide valuable tips about collecting gold coins.
A group of 17 cabinet photos, featuring noted leaders of the day, taken during the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia, sold for $4,920 on June 10, through Blackwell Auctions.
Not only is a classic 19th century antebellum home set for sale June 24, but all of its contents, including a bevy of antiques, will be brought to auction.
In light of this year marking the 100th anniversary of the beginning of America's involvement in World War I, Dr. Anthony J. Cavo sees interest in WWI memorabilia reaching new heights.
An original 1957 GI Nurse action figures, in original box with accessories including crutches, stethoscope, and medical bag, realized $4,200 during Cordier Auctions' April sale.
In a recent Knowing Your Business column, I connected with Ted Hake and Alex Winter, founder and president, respectively of Hake's Americana, to discuss Hake's marking 50 years in business.
A new exhibition of WWI quilts and examples of fiber arts is the center of activity this summer, at the Virginia Quilt Museum.
Collaboration is the name of the game for the Antique Advertising Association of America, as the club once again teams up with another club for combined convention.
Inspired by an Ask the Experts inquiry, Print Editor Karen Knapstein explore the subject of repurposing a bed that's seen better days, and refashioning it into a one-of-a-kind bench.
The U.S. Senate ID card of John F. Kennedy, signed in fountain pen and issued in 1952, sold for $20,000 during RR Auctions' May auction.