Thirteen hours after it began, the "Love, Shirley" auction offered by Theirault's saw nearly 600 personal items of the late icon Shirley Temple find new homes, including a number of museums across the U.S.
The 1934 driver's license issued to a then 19-year-old Frank Sinatra pulled down $15K during a June auction offered by RR Auction.
Invaluable, which used to be Artfact.com, saw an impressive 102% increase in sales in 2013, thanks to strong shows of historical document, fine art and Hollywood memorabilia to end the year.
Nye and Company is aiming to end the year on a high note with its Holiday Auction, featuring nearly 200 lots from the collection of Dustin Hoffman, Academy Award winning actor, and going on now through Dec. 17th.
Many of Washington DC's landmarks captured in nostalgic gelatin silver prints by a renowned photographer are headlining a 438-lot auction Sept. 19, through Waverly Rare Books.
Many never-before-seen photographs of Marilyn Monroe, some formal, some fashionable, and some provocative, will be sold July 27 through Profiles in History, on Artfact.
It was a trip down memory lane during the May 21 sale at Nate D. Sanders Autographs & Memorabilia when items from the "Captain Kangaroo" show took center stage.
If the clothes make the man, than its certain there will be wild interest from collectors when an authentic 'Lone Ranger' costume heads to auction this summer.
Worldwide records were set for property from guitar master Les Paul: 1968 Les Paul Prototype Custom Recording Model sold for $180,000. Other highlights include a 1940s Epiphone Zephyr known as “Klunker #3,” which sold for $144,000 and a 1951 Fender No-Caster brought $216,000.
The Les Paul Foundation is teaming up with Julien’s Auctions to offer property and collection of guitars, equipment and musical artifacts from legendary musician, engineer and inventor Les Paul. The auction takes place June 8-9, 2012, in honor of what would have been Paul’s 97th birthday.