As the world celebrates the 110th anniversary of Harley-Davidson, Matthews Auctions is bringing some of that thunder to bidders Aug. 28 when it offers a variety of motorcycle memorabilia including vintage posters and actual motorcycles.
The Iowa Gas Show and Auctions is gearing up for its 27th annual collectors convention July 31 - Aug. 2 and bringing something new this year; with a double auction live at the show and online at Proxibid.
With thousands of collectors expected to fill the floor at the Check the Oil Gas & Oil Show, and 450 lots set for sale during Matthews Auctions, LLC. June 22 auction, it's all systems go for petroliana and automobilia collectors.
A rare Oldsmobile double-sided porcelain “Rocket” sign, the one that hung under the regular Oldsmobile sign to advertise the auto maker’s “rocket” engines, sold for $6,050 at an auction held Nov. 23-25 by Matthews Auctions LLC
More than 2,400 lots from three major collections of country store, pedal cars, toys and firefighting memorabilia will be offered the weekend of Apr. 12-14 by Showtime Auction Services.
Morphy’s 700-lot March 30 Advertising & General Store Antiques Auction brings together hundreds of colorful antique amusements, including a collection of rare, primarily 19th-century safes.
A couple large-scale porcelain advertising signs are pegged to draw top bids at the Spring Petroliana & Advertising Auction in Chicago, Feb. 28 - March 1.
A three-day sale singularly dedicated to the lifetime collection of William “Bill” Dagg will be sold Sept. 14-16 by Matthews Auctions LLC; the auction will be held at the facilities of the Southern Illinois Auction Co.
Hundreds of petroliana and automobilia porcelain and tin signs, countertop displays, cardboard advertising, globes cross the block June 23. The auction coincides with the famous Check the Oil Gas & Oil Show, an annual gathering of petroliana and automobilia enthusiasts from around the country.
Double-sided porcelain signs and die-cut cardboard advertising displays topped a March 2, 2012 vintage gasoline advertising auction in Illinois. The top lot of the day was a rare Penn-Empire gasoline sign, one of only a handful known, which sold for $6,875.