The Garden State will be bombarded by buttons May 11, as the New Jersey State Button Society hosts its spring show, sale and competition.
A new era is beginning for the Occupied Japan Club, as its long time leader retiring her post after 27 years and a new pair of co-leaders stepping into the spot.
The annual Haviland Collectors International Foundation conference, slated for June 13-16 will feature special presentations about the history and evolution of Haviland China.
As they say, nothing in life is fair, even when something has 'fair value' attached to it. In this installment of Behind the Gavel you gain a front row seat to the fair value debate.
Just in time for the spring and summer flea market, the newest edition of “Warman’s Depression Glass Field Guide" is here, and it's packed with updated values, new photographs and the always helpful pattern identification guide.
It will be a buyer's paradise during the 46th semi-annual Gettysburg Outdoor Antique Show come May 18, when 125 vendors offer everything from glassware to toys.
The long-awaited second session sale of the Treasures of Louis C. Tiffany from the Garden Museum, Japan is slated for May 18, at Michaan's Auctions and online.
Sandwich Antique Market in Illinois is eyeing a revival to the show, with a more buyer and dealer friendly event - starting with its May 19 show.
An 1876 Winchester rifle, confiscated from outlaw legend Bill Dalton after the Ceres Train robbery attempt of 1891, will go under the gavel May 5 at California Auctioneers.
They say a picture is worth a 1,000 words, and in this case it appears it may be closer to $1,200. Check out the latest Ask the Experts column to learn more.