A battlefield cannon and drum from the Battle of Gettysburg, plus other Civil War items, will be sold alongside antiques from the historic Dancy-Polk House Inn, in historic auction Oct. 12.
NEW ORLEANS – On July 26-28, 2013, New Orleans Auction Galleries achieved $2.3 million during its summer estates auction, offering 1,600 lots of antique and contemporary fine art, sculpture, furniture, lighting, silver, estate jewelry, couture handbags and more. “What made this sale so exciting and outstanding was the large number of new bidders. The...
John Moran Auctioneers is ringing in the holidays with its inaugural Headquarters Auction, a sale of fine jewelry, watches, coins and luxury accessories scheduled for Dec. 6, 2012.
The top lot of Woodbury Auction's Early Fall Fine Estates Auction is a sterling "w" brooch designed by Alexander Calder, which was offered for the first time at auction.
A late 19th century Russian red enameled medal is expected to take top lot honors from among the approximate 400 lot offerings in an April 28 live and online auction.
Prominent collections of 18th and 19th century Chinese coral and ivory carvings from the estate of the late James W. Pihos, who owned 36 McDonald's franchises, will be sold without reserve at public auction May 5-6 in Melbourne, Fla.
J. Garrett Auctioneers will be offering the estate collection of one of Dallas' most prominent socialites, the late Bertha Ahlsclager, from her Highland Park mansion.
The Estate Auction of Countess Ute D. (Brammer) Von Haller v. Hallerstein of Gloucester, Mass., the president and owner of The Boston School of Modern Languages, the oldest private language school in the country, will include antique furniture and art from both residences.
Hundreds of select, handpicked items from three prominent Virginia estates – in Franklin, Virginia Beach and Norfolk, plus other consignments – will be sold at auction Saturday, Feb. 4.
BEVERLY, Mass. – Kaminski Auctions of Beverly, Mass., closed out 2011 with a successful two-day evening pre-New Years Eve auction. The first lot of the night set the tone of the evening as a bronze horse sculpture on a wooden base with marble inlay, after Leonardo da Vinci, rose to $15,500 with five phone...