The 1865 diploma received by Richard T. Greener, the first African-American man to graduate from Harvard College, is headlining the Aug. 6 sale at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers.
Iconic pop culture and political memorabilia, including Disney character toys, a painting by the illustrator of 'Where the Wild Things Are,' are available in the July 15-17 auction offered by Hake's.
Famous and sometime infamous lawman Wyatt Earp left behind an unmatched Old West legacy, represented in revolvers and memorabilia during J. Levine's "Summer Quarterly Auction," set for July 31.
A pair of fully articulated Dinictis feline (saber-toothed cat) skeletons is expected to fetch between $200,000 to $250,000 and make a run for top lot in I.M Chait's July 26 auction.
Gramophones, graphophones, cylinder players are among the more than 500 antique musical devices heading to market July 19-20 through Donley Auction Services.
A signed lithograph by American artist Thomas Hart Benton, depicting a days work on the farm, circa 1951, may command between $1,000 to $1,500 during Link Auction Galleries' Summer Gallery Auction. The sale, with online bidding being handled by Invaluable, is set for July 12-13.
Following the success of Parts I, II and II of The Property of a Distinguished American Private Collector auction, Profiles in History will bring the 112-lot Part IV of this series to market July 11.
There’s nothing like a good baseball story. Especially one that includes Babe Ruth; like the one that’s taking shape heading into Goldin Auctions’ Babe Ruth 100th Anniversary Auction July 12.
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
Original artwork of the first appearance of 'Wolverine' on the final page of The Incredible Hulk #180, circa 1974, rose to $657,250, setting and tying world records, during a May 16 auction offered by Heritage Auction.