Two daguerrotypes of President Abraham Lincoln, including a rare period copy daguerrotype of a "beardless" Lincoln, exceeds estimates, in 200-lot auction.
Mohawk Arms' Nov. 16-17 militaria auction is packed with ethnographic items, headgear, art, exotica, Americana, uniforms, swords, edged weapons, decorative veterans’ flags, military steins, medals, books, pistols and more
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.
The Andersonburg Soldiers Orphan School, one of Pennsylvania's Civil War-era orphan schools, will be sold Sept. 22, 2012. A star lot of the auction will be a tattered flag for the orphanage. The building is packed with antiques such as decorated stoneware, transferware and white ironstone, silver, books and ephemera, toys, vintage clothes and...
Your collectible arrives from the latest online auction and you're disappointed. There's a problem. What do you do now? Try patience, courtesy and diplomacy, says guest columnist and military collector P.H. Tuttle. He writes, "In my own dealings as a buyer, nearly all of my bad experiences have resulted from deals where I thought...
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.
Custer's Last Rally, 1881, John Mulvany ‘s epic 11- by 20-foot oil painting will sell at auction June 10 during Heritage Auction Gallery's Wild West Signature auction.
One of the last remaining bells from a D-Day landing craft has been discovered after being lost for nearly 70 years. The bell, which even has a bullet dent from the assault on Omaha Beach, is now being sold by England's Hemswell Antiques Centre after it was discovered in a scrap dealer’s yard.
A rare Winchester Model 1892 rifle $6,750 and a collection of 61 Civil War stereoviews by Civil War photographer Alexander Gardner sold for $6,500 Dec. 10, 2011.
Collectors spent $9 million in sales in James D. Julia's recent firearms sale, $2.4 million over the low estimate.