Thousands of patriotic World War I posters will cross the auction block at Guernsey’s July 8-9. The extensive collection of posters, thought to be the largest of its kind, was amassed by the late Col. Edward H. McCrahon.
It is estimated that there will be 500,000 buttons available for public viewing, during the 2015 National Button Society's National Convention, July 27-Aug. 1.
Several items of Ohio Valley stoneware, amassed by a noted authority on the pottery, will cross the auction block May 15, at Garth's Auctioneers and Appraisers.
Cordier Auction & Appraisals’ Summer Two Day Firearm & Militaria and Antique & Fine Art Auction saw a motley selection of 1,000 lots cross the auction block Aug. 23-24, headlined by two diverse, but equally intriguing pieces of art.
A diverse selection of antique firearms changed hands during Cordier Auction & Appraisals Spring Firearms and Militaria Auction, including a Colt Richards Conversion Type II Revolver which sold for $4,200.
One of just a handful of surviving American flags which flew from D-Day ships, earned a top lot with $386,500, among the lots of World War II memorabilia during the June 5 auction at Bonhams
An American flag, flown from a ship during D-Day, is one of the featured lots in a 350-lot auction to be offered June 5, by Bonhams.
A familiar face within the militaria community, Manion's International Auction House, Inc., recently confirmed closure of the company amidst issues.
There's no question the excitement over spring antiques show season is at a fever pitch, as many people are facing a different sort of fever, of the cabin sort. Looking ahead, the schedule of upcoming antique shows and auctions may very well be the "cure" for your cabin fever. Check it out!
The traveling version of the National Postal Museum’s “Mail Call” exhibition which explores the history of America’s military postal system and examines the impact it has on troops overseas, is at the first stop (Grapevine, Texas) of its 15-city tour.