There's no question that The Beatles' popularity is something of legend, and auction results of Beatles-used gear confirms popularity among collectors. Noah Fleisher, author of The Beatles: Fab Finds of the Fab Four explores this facet of Beatles memorabilia with collecting expert Andy Babiuk.
Classic guitars and other instruments, along with antique and vintage cars, Civil War Tokens, and fine and decorative art will be brought to auction by J. Levine Auctions, Oct. 27-29.
Wayne Jordan sheds some light on the new and controversial California law regarding the sale of autographed memorabilia. Among the wide-reaching points of this law is that it isn’t necessarily limited to residents of California.
A reel-to-reel recording of The Beatles' 1964 performance at the Forest Hills Tennis Stadium in New York may realize upward of $2,000 during Cordier Auctions & Appraisals' Antique and Fine Art Auction, slated for Aug. 13-14.
An important collection of early Tombstone, Arizona, ephemera will be offered for sale at Heritage Auctions June 11, including rare and authentic Wild West documents.
With music fans, musicians and record companies discovering or re-discovering, as it were, all that is great about vinyl records, the interest in vinyl albums continues to evolve and increase, and the Standard Catalog of American Records is there to serve as a guide to market.
The precursor to the first Apple personal computer, the Kenbak-1, set the course for easy-to-use and relatively affordable computers, and during an auction presented by Auction Team Breker recently, one of these early models commanded $45,500.
The trumpet used by Sam “The Bugler” Grossman to call the Preakniss and Belmont States horse races in 2015 is one of the more than 700 lots heading to sale Nov. 19, as offered by Philip Weiss Auctions.
Outfits and items once owned by the late Whitney Houston, during her Bodyguard World Tour, will be coming to auction Nov. 21 at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel & Resort, and will be presented by Stevens Auctions.