The Corydon Extravaganza is rapidly approaching and the community of Corydon, Indiana is ready to celebrate this special event.
There is a never a dull moment in the life of Antique Trader's The Buck Stops Here columnist Melanie Carnation Thomas. In this column, Melanie takes us behind the scenes of her first time on 'the pick'.
A seldom-seen clockwork toy limousine is among the highlights of the more than 1,100 lots featured in Bertoia Auctions’ Spring Signature Sale, scheduled for April 27-28.
In this Ask the Experts inquiry, Dr. Anthony J. Cavo fields a reader's question regarding what was thought to be a cream can. Cavo not only discussed the difference between cream can and milk can, he provided regional history of the can's origins.
One of the 'Holy Grail' objects of sports memorabilia is coming to auction during Heritage Auction's inaugural spring Sports Card Auction, April 19-20. The 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle rookie card is the featured lot.
Over & Above Online Auction will host its inaugural auction April 29, bringing forth art, advertising, and a diverse selection of ephemera.
One of the spring traditions in Minnesota is the first Gold Rush show of the year. This year's show, the 46th year, is slated for May 11-13.
The objects featured in Leland's Classic Auction
Seldom-seen vintage posters command attention, drove bidding battles, and benefitted a New York charity. Swann Auction Galleries presented the posters during its March 1 auction.