One of the earliest books of the private investigation literary genre, 'Red Harvest' by Dashiell Hammett, is among the featured lots in Heritage Auctions' Rare Books auction Sept. 14.
The wonderful and often whimsical world of children's books entrance youth today, just as in the 19th century. In addition to those who enjoy them purely for the tales and adventures, children's literature is a fascinating collecting interest. In this 7 Essentials column, some essential tips and information about children's books...
An etching titled "Fly Fishing, Saranac Lake" by Winslow Homer is one of 457 lots in Myers Fine Art’s March 13 auction, which features many fresh-to-market artworks from the estates of several New York artists and novelists.
In the most recent installment of Ask the Experts, Dr. Anthony Cavo sheds some light on a woman's inquiry about her trio of Fenton pieces, which includes a piece by an award-winning artist.
By penning the new book “Collecting Children’s Books,” authors Noah Fleisher and Lauren Zittle are aiding those dedicated to developing new generations of readers, as well as exploring children’s literature as a collectible genre.
The Nov. 25, 2015 edition of Antique Trader is a recipe featuring diverse 'ingredients' rich in nostalgia and collecting advice and information.
Although cherished by each new owner, books that have been dutifully passed down from generation to generation sometimes don’t survive in one piece. Jim “Book Man” Andrews is doing all he can to help preserve literary heirlooms
A first edition of Poor Richard’s Almanac for 1756 by Benjamin Franklin soared past its high estimate of $5,000 to finish at $11,377 at New Orleans Auction Galleries.
As filming of the movie 'The Hobbit' wraps, a first edition of J.R.R. Tolkien's 1937 masterpiece novel is heading to auction April 11 in London.