As 2018 gets underway, the 22nd season of Antiques Roadshow greets viewers of PBS' long-standing hit show. Ahead of the viewing of the Green Bay, Wis. tour stop you can enjoy a behind-the-scenes report, courtesy of Antique Trader.
A Winchester Model 1866 rifle with a connection to the Civil War soldier for whom Ricketts Glenn State Park is named topped all lots during Cordier's Dec. sale.
Did you know the Texas Rangers law enforcement agency has been in operation since 1823? Today the history and memorabilia associated with this crime-fighting group is receiving tremendous interest.
Winchester, Colt, Parker, and more legendary makers will be represented in Rock Island Auctions' Dec. 1-3 Premiere Firearms Auction. Among the headliners is a Henry rifle with silver gilding, and a Colt revolver presented personally from Samuel Colt, himself.
A historic Revolutionary War musket, a Brown Bess — the first model of its kind to bear the Winchester name — is coming to auction Nov. 18 through Pook & Pook, Inc. with an estimate of $10,000-$15,000.
More than 2,000 antique and vintage firearms and accessories, from 12 esteemed collections, will cross the auction block Oct. 31-Nov. 2 through James D. Julia, Inc.
J. Levine's Oct. 26 auction features several uncommon representations of Americana, including an Uncle Sam carved figure, fish decoys, and a couple lots of vintage carnival collectibles.
In some instances, the phrase 'limited edition' equates to a higher price. The good news, according to Steve Evans, is that's not the case with belt buckle collecting.
An American flag that flew during the landing on Gold Beach, during the Invasion of Normandy, is among the items coming before bidders during Rock Island Auction Co.'s September Premiere Firearm Auction.