Heritage Auctions' Aug. 19-20 Sports auction saw 14, that's right, 14 lots fetch six-figure sales, with a 1948 original study for Rockwell's"Tough Call" taking top lot.
It appears Heritage Auction is preparing for an 'all-star' type of auction in its Sports Collectibles Platinum Night Auction, slated for Aug. 19-20. A seldom-seen complete ticket set from MLB All-Star Games is headlining the sale.
The Wisconsin Badgers and Milwaukee Braves will be represented during a special exhibition scheduled to be displayed during the 65th Annual Wisconsin Antiques Dealers Association Show & Sale, Oct. 7-8.
A Haida argillite totem, the work of master carver Charles Edenshaw, soared to $120,000 before the gavel fell, making it the top lot of a November 2015 auction offered by Fairfield Auction.
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. — Imagine the convenience of finding all the collectibles you want that are currently available for sale online, all in one place. Collectors.com, created to alleviate the frustration collectors often experience while searching dozens of websites for online collectibles listings, now provides information on the availability of more than...
The great grand-niece-in-law of Archibald McMahon, one of the players on The Brooklyn Atlantics team of 1860, is the consignor of a rare team baseball card, headlining Heritage Auctions' Platinum Night Sports Auction, held July 30, in conjunction with the 2015 National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago.
WESTHAMPTON, N.Y. – Grey Flannel Auctions’ 2012 Holiday Auction is now under way, with every major sport represented in dozens of Premier lots. In all, 704 lots have been selected for the absentee and Internet auction that closes for bidding on Dec. 12, 2012. In addition to game-used apparel and equipment,...
Kaminski Auctions announces its largest sale of the year offering an eclectic mix of European furnishings, decorative and fine art on Saturday; Sunday features Americana, baseball memorabilia and a single owner folk art collection from Cape Cod.
Giving other search engines badly needed competition, online juggernaut Amazon.com is moving into the collectibles world to take dealers’ inventory out of the labyrinth that is Google search and away from eBay’s costly listing fees.