"Doctor Who" is more than a television series. For some its an institution, for others a source of inspiration, and for all fans, a rewarding source of entertainment. All of this began 54 years ago today.
A soapstone sculpture featuring a mother and baby bear carries remarkable sentiments of one mother and son's shared appreciation for antiquing and love for one another. Read the story of her Nostalgic Treasure.
A movie poster promoting the 1931 film 'Dracula" soared to a record-setting $525,800 during Heritage Auctions' Nov. 18 sale. This sale makes it the most valuable movie poster sold during an auction.
Catching a glimpse of an American Flyer toy train in a shop window opened the door to the wide world of collecting and befriending other 'train-crazy people,' says Warren Heid.
Chicago Pop Culture Con will bring a variety of comics, toys, gaming, sci-fi, LEGOs, TV/movie memorabilia, superheroes, Steampunk, action figures, and stars to fans in Chicago, Nov. 25-26.
Did you know Mickey and Minnie Mouse share the same 'official' birthday? Nov. 18, 1928 is the day, as it is the day the cartoon short "Steamboat Willie" debuted. Learn more fun facts about the famous pair.
From time to time, valuable examples of being watchful when cleaning out undisturbed spaces, come to light. This is one of those stories.
Hundreds of lots of classic automobiles, automotive art and memorabilia, from the collection of the man known as the "King of Hershey," changed hands during an Oct. sale through Milestone Auctions.
Lonnie Mimms is transforming his interest in early technology, computers specifically, into a destination experience in the Computer Museum of America. Antique Trader contributor Greg Bates recently caught up with him to learn more.