Centuries before the fascination with celebrity relationships of today, Napoleon and Josephine were one of the 'it' couples of the late 18th century. Lion Heart Autographs is bringing an seldom-seen artifact bearing both of their signatures to The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show Feb. 10-16.
An assortment of antiques including this elaborate cabinet, and memorabilia such as figurines and autographed items of iconic entertainer Bob Hope, and his wife Delores, are heading to auction Sept. 20-21 at Julien’s Auctions.
Freeman’s Auctioneers in Philadelphia is offering a rare battle flag from the Revolutionary War's Eighth Virginia Regiment in November 2012.
Your collectible arrives from the latest online auction and you're disappointed. There's a problem. What do you do now? Try patience, courtesy and diplomacy, says guest columnist and military collector P.H. Tuttle. He writes, "In my own dealings as a buyer, nearly all of my bad experiences have resulted from deals where I thought...
Amid 1,700 lots of militaria that came up for bid, a flat copper button from the inauguration of George Washington, 34mm sold for $1,645 and a rare “Fighting Observer” wing from an archive pertaining to parachute pioneer Lt. John H. Wilson sold for $8,438.
About 6,800 lots from all areas of historic antiquities and militaria – antiquities, arms and armor, arts and crafts, hunting collectibles, orders as well as collectibles from history and military history – will be offered for bidding at Hermann Historica’s spring auction April 23-May 4.
This Confederate flag, which was captured at the Battle of Mine Creek, Kans., Oct. 24, 1864, sold at auction June 25, 2011, for $26,290. Heritage Auction Galleries (Dallas) sold the 35-by-50-inch wool flag accompanied by documentation and historical analysis. Photo courtesy Heritage Auction Galleries Chriss Swaney The Confederate flag is a lightning rod. This...