Fans of classic cars, racing and automotive memorabilia, start your bidding engines; because come Jan. 7 Turner Auctions + Appraisals will present an automobilia auction.
In less than 10 years time, approximately 14,000 U.S. artists created hundreds of thousands of piece of art under the Federal Art Project. Here Karen Knapstein explores the program and interest in the posters.
Before digital communication a paper or cardboard poster with a simple message of a favorite band coming to town was all it took to spread the word. Today those same concert posters continue to generate excitement, especially among collectors.
Sans a movie studio logo, printer information can offer key details to the age of a movie poster, explains Susan Mullikin, in her evaluation of of a Ask the Experts inquiry.
Long before the catchy inspirational messages and memes of today, Mather & Company served to inspire workers with workplace posters in the 1920s. Now, the Ross Art Group is showcasing those inspiring posters.
The circus is coming town, in a matter of speaking. During The World Wide Circus Summit 2015, in Springfield, Mass. July 14-18, Enquirer Printing Company of Newtown, Ohio, will be offering a large collection of circus memorabilia for sale.
Vintage circus posters and banners are among the lots headlining Mosby & Co.'s May 16 auction.
A 1917 Uncle Sam poster, which sold for $4,425, was just one of several hundred lots to change hands during Willis Henry Auction's first Asian Art and Militaria auction Nov. 16.
A seldom-seen original one sheet poster for the 1925 horror classic “The Phantom of the Opera” rose to $203,105 in Heritage Auctions' Vintage Movie Poster auction.