Among the scarce coins featured in Legend Rare Coin Auctions' Feb. 18 sale is a seldom-seen three-cent silver. In prooflike condition, the coin is one only 1,000 struck for circulation in 1872.
More than 1,900 lots changed hands during Archives International's two December worldwide banknotes, coins, scripophily auctions.
The Feb. 8 Winter Estates Auction at Ahlers & Ogletree will feature more than 500 lots, representing a dizzying array of categories, including duck decoys, militaria, collectible coins, vintage guitars, original artwork, baby boomer items, and celebrity and political memorabilia.
The Iowa State Fairgrounds will be bustling with activity Feb. 7-9 during the Antique Spectacular. Among the different categories of antiques to be features are furniture, art pottery, primitives, postcards, and vintage textiles.
Memorabilia associated with Roy Rogers "The King of the Cowboys" is headlining a Western auction at Holabird-Kagen Americana Aug. 23-24.
Certified Appraiser Dr. G. Marchelos digs into the source of an Antique Trader subscriber's unique painting and uncovers the truth behind the 'Helen Keller' art.
Iowa's largest indoor antiques and collectibles show, the UNI-Dome Antique & Collectibles Show, will get underway March 22 and feature wares from 150 dealers.
Heritage Auctions sees their best year to date, with comics, sports, and fine & decorative art setting new highs in 2012.
Sales highlights were seen in every major category of Michaan’s Dec. 2, 2012, estate auction. An oil painting by Indonesian artist Lee Man Fong brought the highest dollar amount of the day. “Young Woman with Junk Boat” sold for $9,440, surpassing its low estimate of $8,000.
Hundreds of banknotes that have been off the market or never offered before at auction will cross the block starting Oct. 18 at the Museum of American Finance in New York City. The sale include notes from Argentina, rare China issues, unlisted 1879 and 1880s Keeling Cocos rarities, East Africa, South Africa, Russia, an...