A monumental Garrard Victorian centerpiece destined for a Dallas estate sale before Heritage researchers discovered it was cast from more than 200 ounces of silver, sold for $32,500.
A private collection of Tiffany lamps, a collection of Tiffany glass that had been bricked up in a secret Connecticut trove and the largest Lalique collection ever offered by Heritage Auctions make their way to the auction block Nov. 16-17.
Gil Elvgren’s reign as the greatest and most popular pin-up artist of all time continued at Heritage Auctions on June 27 when his masterful "Skirting the Issue (Breezing Up)," 1956, brought $176,500, earning the top spot in the sale and beating its presale estimate several times over.
Beginning in July, world coin rarities from around the world are offered in weekly Internet auctions by Heritage. Each lot starts at $1 with no reserves.
Annie Oakley’s historic Parker Brothers 12-gauge shotgun, consigned for auction by her great-grandnieces and offered to the public for the first time, brought $143,400 June 10, during Heritage Auction Galleries' “Legends of the Wild West” auction.
The Jerry Weist Collection of Science-Fiction and Fantasy art, one of the most important collections of artwork from the genre to ever be offered, anchors Heritage Auction Galleries' June 27-28 sale.
DALLAS – Heritage Auctions has announced that, effective Jan. 1, 2012, the structure of its buyer’s premiums (BP) will be changing in several of its categories. While 13 of the company’s 33 categories will remain at 19 1/2 percent or 15 percent, the rest of the Heritage categories will implement the...
Modernism is the stuff of the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair “Century of Progress,” the boundless optimism of post-World War II America, the sleek comic lines and manic music of Tex Avery’s MGM 1949 “House of Tomorrow” cartoons, and the ever-present acres of the suburban ranch house that subsequently spread endlessly across...