In addition to the age, condition, and content (stories about celebrities of the day) of vintage newspapers, regional appeal is a factor in the value and appeal of vintage newspaper, explains Dr. Anthony Cavo, in the latest installment of Ask the Experts.
A uncommon relic from the famous Hindenburg airline of the early 20th century prompts Ask the Experts panel member, Susan Mullikin, to provide a brief history lesson about the iconic airliner.
An animated Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider political pin is one of 75 items in the July 15 currency and political memorabilia auction being offered by Pook & Pook.
Albert Einstein will be represented during Profiles in History's June 3 auction, as 25 lots of documents and memorabilia associated with Einstein, including letters to family, are set for sale.
Last year, during a local estate auction, my husband and I spied a box lot of assorted old college yearbooks. Always on the lookout for new old Knapstein Brewery memorabilia to add to our collection, we looked through the lot, spying a couple booklets that, indeed, held brewery advertisements. (I realize...
A promissory note signed by James Bowie, a leader in the Texas Revolution and a casualty of the Battle of the Alamo, on 1833 commanded $62,500 during a March 14 auction at Heritage Auctions.
An atypical campaign flag, used by William Henry Harrison's camp, flew to $7,637 during Cowan's Auctions June 13, 2014 American History: Live Salesroom Auction. All told, the 608-lot auction finished with sales of $986,772.
More than 70 lots of Orson Welles-related ephemera, film memorabilia — including his 1957 ‘Bell & Howard 240’ 16mm movie camera — along with clothing and personal accoutrements are headed to an auction April 26, offered by Heritage Auctions.
With more than 1,000 lots of bank notes, scripophily and ephemera are heading to auction March 11 through Archives International Auctions.