A sword presented to a Civil War foot officer in 1862 was the top lot of a June 21 online estate auction presented by Everything But the House.
The Mullica Hill Merchants of New Jersey are gearing up for the 46th annual Fall Festival, Oct. 10-11.
A drum used in the field during the Civil War could realize upwards of $8,000 during Thomaston Place Auction Galleries' Summer Sale, slated for Aug. 29-30.
A scarce Ulfberht sword from the 10th century is among the 50 swords, and more than 1,000 lots expected at the Sixth Annual West Point/Garrison, New York Auction, Aug. 8-9. The auction will be presented by Louis J Dianni LLC.
A pair of nine-arm silver Tiffany candelabra's, along with a large silver centerpiece bowl weighing 154 Troy ounces, are some of the featured lots in Witherell's March auction.
Being involved in the antiques and collectibles community we are privy to some amazing and inspiring things, and in her latest The Buck Stops Here column, Melanie C. Thomas shares a few of the things that inspire her most, the customers she's met at her Gettysburg shop.
Sometimes the most important lessons are learned the hard way, as Melanie Thomas explains in her latest The Buck Stops Here column, about vetting an antiques show venue prior to signing on to display.
The historic Dancy-Polk House Inn of Decatur, Ala. served as the site for a historic auction this autumn, when a Civil War cannon used in the Battle of Gettysburg sold for $86,250.
In an expanded installment of Ask the Experts, Asheford Institute of Antiques graduate Dr. G. Marchelos sheds light on the true identity of what was thought to be a chestnut roaster, which in fact turns out to be a cast iron garden decor item worth a possible $350.