Collector, historian, and guest contributor Jon Crumiller provides an intriguing examination of using directories to determine provenance of chess sets.
Tennyson, Truman, and Tibet are all represented in Potter & Potter Auctions' January 27 sale. Antoinette Rahn examines the lots involving these three, along with seven more.
Recognizing, remembering, and acting on the words and influence of MLK, Jr.
In a recent article Robert M. Shea, CPU, representative of the Fire Mark Circle of America, explains the purpose of fire marks and dispels the myriad of myths.
Coin and currency collectors converged on Florida for FUN recently, and Heritage Auctions was there adding to the excitement with a series of signature auctions.
As special contributor Paul Lefkovitz, member of the Antique Advertising Association of America, explains in this special on Eye on Entrepreneurs column, often times advertising of the past draws interest today.
Did you know iconic Louisiana artist Clementine Hunter didn't start painting until she was in her 50s? Or, that her work inspired an opera and play? Learn more about this inspiring southern artist.
Patents, progressiveness, and partnerships are all part of the legacy of the company behind Thomas Webb art glass. In this Ten Things column, we'll explore this history.
Various lots including stylish vintage jewelry like a gold tennis-style bracelet with pink sapphires to antique glazed Chinese roof tiles are among the eclectic lots set to sell Dec. 16.