LiveAuctioneers recently earned its second industry award of the year, when it was named to Crain's New York Business' "Best Places to Work in New York City' list.
As the year begins to draw to a close and the holiday season rapidly approaches, there are still antiquing opportunities to enjoy. Check out the Trader ads and calendar of events...
As Heritage Auctions continues to celebrate it's 40th anniversary, the auction house recently reported the registration of its 1 millionth online bidder.
Western memorabilia, vintage advertising, antique buttons, glass and lighting, and estate treasures and classic collectibles were among the subjects featured in auction/shop/show advertisements that recently appeared in Antique Trader.
Long-time friends and seasoned auction experts Noel Barrett and Ron Pook recently announced plans for their two auction firms to collaborate on select auctions, beginning in the fall of 2016.
Examples of fine art, regulator clocks, a stunning chandelier, and vintage medals and badges are coming before bidders during May in June at Bidsquare.
A pair of bronze and marble ewers may claim top lot in a two-day estate sale being presented by Crescent City Auction Gallery, April 16-17. Among the variety of lots are items whose sale will benefit the Holmes Community College in Goodman, Miss.
A 48-inch abstract oil painting by American painter Jim Dine finished at $45,000 during Palm Beach Modern Auctions' Feb. 20 sale.
Spring is nearly here and the number of auctions and shows are increasing, offering opportunities to buy, sell, and enjoy antique auction and show events.
Jewels by Van Cleef & Arpels, Harry Winston, Tiffany & Co. and Chopard, and uncommon Golconda-type diamonds, are among lots coming before bidders during Leslie Hindman Auctioneers April 3-4 auction.