CLEARWATER, Fla. – A family-operated, multi-generational business, Blackwell Auctions has earned a position of respect within the antiques and fine-art trade, not only in Florida, but also worldwide. Co-founders Edwin Bailey and John McNeal, together with auctioneer John Noble, are known for their curated sales of high-quality estate merchandise and fascinating...
Nearly 870 lots of historically significant objects relating to the life of President Abraham Lincoln debuts Sept. 17 in Heritage Auctions’ Lincoln and His Times auction.
More than 350 items of political memorabilia, including an 1860 Abraham Lincoln campaign hat badge, will come before bidders Sept. 26 through Heritage Auctions.
Morris, Savonarola, glider, Lincoln and so on. In the July 8, 2015 edition, Furniture Detective Fred Taylor explores the historical roots and usage details that cause us to almost never call a chair by its most basic name.
Noted Lincoln historian and author Don White will be the featured presenter during a celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, April 20.
Cowan’s Auctions' American History auction featured rare Lincoln letters, political campaign ephemera, photographs, Civil War collectibles, flags and archives.
Before there was Spielberg's award-winning film "Lincoln" there have been many other films based on the revered President, including a rare 1924 Lincoln biopic.
A two-evening photography sale ended with more than 200 daguerreotypes from a single 30-year collection from Rochester, N.Y., crossing the block Oct. 3-4 in a sale hosted by Kaminski Auctions in Beverly, Mass.
A sale of historic daguerreotypes and modern photography offers buyers a chance to own a number of rare images, from occupational and political-themed images, albumens to gelatin silver prints.The sale features a period copy daguerreotype of Abraham Lincoln, Henry Fox Talbot and a rare copy plate of Henry Clay.
Cowan’s Auctions, Inc. American History, Including the Civil War Auction realized $697,000 in the June 21, 2012 sale. The highest selling lot in the sale was an Alexander Gardner Colloidon glass negative from Abraham Lincoln’s last sitting.