Popular among collectors, Alphonse Mucha's sensual style typically featured intriguing female figures. "Four Seasons" was Mucha's first series of decorative panels and one of his most popular works.
Gerald Charles Dickens, great-great-grandson of acclaimed author, Charles Dickens, will present two performances of his one-man interpretation of "A Christmas Carol" on Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012.
By the eve of the great Depression, in 1929, Newark, NJ, produced ninety percent of the gold jewelry in the United States. Museum curator U.G. Diets discusses in his talk "The Lower End of Splendor: Middle Class Jewelry in Context."
Celebrity movie critic and vintage film scholar’s collection, spanning Hollywood blockbusters and lesser-known screen gems, to be sold Nov. 29-30 in Dallas.
The iconic Norman Rockwell painting, “Willie Gillis: Package From Home,” will be offered at auction in Chicago Dec. 1, 2012. The 1941 painting is the first of a series for the Saturday Evening Post that followed the fictional Willie Gillis through his World War II U.S. military service.
On Oct. 28 members of the public can buy political Americana and have political items appraised at a political memorabilia show and sale hosted by the APIC.
Though in a condition that many would pass by without a second thought, the craftsmanship and potential of a camel-back trunk was apparent to its new owner. Read how restoring the antique steamer trunk made one collector believe in the power of preservation.
Virtually unprecedented in doll auction history was Theriault’s offering two renowned international museum collections in a back-to-back two-day event in New Orleans July 22-23. In the end, a new record was set for American dolls.
I am happy to report that the doll collecting world is alive and well. I have just returned from the annual United Federation of Doll Clubs convention in New Orleans. Antique doll lovers did what they do best: shop!
For the first time ever, the Mid-South Regional meeting organizers will be offering a Public Day to non-members of the National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors. The public can participate in all the functions offered on Saturday, Sept. 1, including the MART and special exhibit, “The Great Antique Clocks of the 1800s.”