Artist Clarence Boyce Monegar is one of Wisconsin's most beloved painters, executing landscape commissions for professionals and institutions. Monegar's watercolors could often be found in doctor's offices and bank lobbies. Since his death in 1968, his work has only increased in value and interest in his paintings has surfaced as far...
A 40,000-piece collection of movie and TV memorabilia, animation art and other important Hollywood collectibles will be offered at public auction Oct. 29, 2011.
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From an 8.2 carat diamond ring to more than 100 vehicles in cast iron and tin wind-ups, 1,500 lots are offered at Rich Penn's Nov. 4-6, 2011 auction.
Experts Carl F. Luckey and Russell E. Lewis tackle (no pun intended) the evolution of the American fishing lure in this exclusive excerpt from their new book Old Fishing Lures & Tackle Identification and Value Guide.
MOLINE, Ill. — Collecting is a hobby for many, a habit for some and a way of life for others. Rock Island Auction strives to meet each individual collector’s desire with every auction it builds.
FAIRFIELD, Maine — The James D. Julia Auction Company held their annual spring firearms auction; it was held in conjunction with the Poulin Auction Company. Together it represented the most significant firearms auction event in the world this year.
IRVINE, Calif. – Presenting fine collectible arms and militaria to a packed house in Southern California on March 14, Greg Martin Auctions achieved strong sale results of $2.6 million at its second live event in 2010.