CAMP HILL, Pa. — Cordier Antiques & Auctions’ Spring antique and fine art sale, May 22-23, offered a series of diverse collections ranging from military to autographs to unusual furniture. The 780-lot sale was held over two days in Camp Hill, Pa., across the Susquehanna River from Harrisburg.
NEW YORK – “Iconic Objects” including original items from legends Frank Sinatra, Jimi Hendrix, Albert Einstein and Elizabeth Taylor, among others will headline Guernsey’s Auction House’s important Sept. 24 event. Held in New York City’s Park Avenue Armory
After a successful consignment period, including an East Coast tour, Collect.com Auctions is ready and picking up steam towards its Aug. 12 close date. Collect.com Auctions Sports and Americana Auction No. 5 will feature more than 700 lots, which includes a great deal of significant items.
WATCHUNG, N.J. – The strength of the high-end baseball card and memorabilia market amazed collectors at Robert Edward’s record-setting May 1, 2010, auction.
WATERLOO, Iowa — The sun was high in the bright blue Arizona sky and the shadows of the Bradshaw mountains loomed in the background. They said it would be a showdown in Dewey, Ariz., and that it was.
Lots ranging from toys to fine art, vintage photographs and a 60,000-plus hoard of sports cards will be offered up in Collect.com’s Sports and Americana Auction.
A Babe Ruth single-signed baseball was the top seller at the Collect.com Auctions Sports & Americana Auction No. 3. The auction, which closed on Dec. 3, 2009, saw 655 lots sold for a total of $260,451, including the buyer’s premium.
TIMONIUM, Md. – Hake’s Americana & Collectibles is offering what just may be the greatest selection of collectibles in the firm’s history in Auction No. 198, which closes Sept. 10.
WATCHUNG, N.J. – The strength of the high-end baseball card and memorabilia market shocked collectors at Robert Edward’s record-setting May 2, 2009, auction.
Few baseball fans would argue but that there is a certain fresh smell about a new baseball– sort of a clean, earthy smell. But without that piece of lumber called a bat, the ball would be no more to the game than a meaningless sphere orbiting through the air as it is tossed from...