The Cedar Rapids Antique Show and Collectors Fair, set for Oct. 10-12 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, promises to be an epic adventure for both new collectors and seasoned antiques experts.
In this two-part series by Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan, you'll discover some key questions to ask yourself if you are considering selling your antiques business.
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Philip Weiss Auctions' Oct. 15 sale will be the epitome of eclectic, with a selection of fossils including a bear dog skull, and a unique selection of ice cream collectibles sharing the auction block.
An 8-tune cylinder music box, which finished at $575, was one of many unique items to come to market during Direct Auction Galleries diverse Aug. 12 sale.
The third and final auction featuring miniature lamps from the prolific collection of a California woman, is set to come before bidders Oct. 18 at Jeffrey S. Evans.
At a time when cowboys were the heroes of 1930s radio programs and later westerns on television, children and adults alike dreamed of the charms of the idolized cowboy life, represented by many things, including cowboy guitars.
You may know the name Anthony Quinn best for his Academy Award nominated performance in "Zorba the Greek," but did you know he enjoyed a career as a revered artist and sculptor? In her latest Art Markets column Mary Manion explores Quinn's artistic expressionism which continues to inspire.
It's been six decades since two rare 1918 “Inverted Jenny” airmail stamps were stolen from the exhibition of a private collection, but the search continues, as a reward of $50,000 for each of the stamps was put on the table recently.