A Henry Bower "dwarf" clock, measuring just 50 inches tall, circa 19th century, proved that little things can have a big impact when it sold for $31,625.
Old Toy Soldier Auctions' event promises to be explosively exciting with 1,600 lots of soldiers and figurines from prominent toy collections set for sale.
Did you know some of the most prolific writers of early Gothic literature wrote their masterpieces before they even reached the age of 25? That's not all...
Collectors of toys, record albums and antique firearms are in for a treat, with the release of three new references from Krause Publications.
They say, the 'devil is in the details,' and with Lalique, that is the case. Because while many pieces appear to be similar, that doesn't always mean they are.
James D. Julia Inc.'s summer auction session begins with back-to-back auctions June 19-20. The event begins with lamps and glass, and then moves onto toys, dolls and advertising.
You can bet the 21st annual Casino Chip and Gaming Token Collectors Club convention is something not to miss, especially with the panel of speakers set to speak.
Maine's rich heritage of land, sea and sky will come alive June 1-2 at Thomaston Place Auction Galleries. The event kicks off Thomaston's summer auction season.
If the clothes make the man, than its certain there will be wild interest from collectors when an authentic 'Lone Ranger' costume heads to auction this summer.
In this installment of Ask the Experts, Asheford Institute Of Antiques honors graduate Anthony J. Cavo speaks to the age and potential value of a unique rosary case.