Knott's Berry Farm marked the 75th anniversary of its Ghost Town attraction in history-making style, by offering 200+ lots of memorabilia to bidders. The auction, presented by Heritage Auctions, realized $788,892 — 50% more than the total estimate.
More than 300 lots of Continental furnishings, fine art, and mid-century modern designs will come before bidders Feb. 23 during John Moran Auctioneers' Decorative Art Auction.
The lifetime collection of a late Michigan couple will be presented to bidders Oct. 3-5 during a no-reserve auction presented by Showtime Auction Service. Items including Western-related advertising signs — with cowboys, cowgirls, Native American and horse-themed signs; and more than 100 serving trays, are some of the many pieces headlining this sale.
John Moran Auctioneers is bringing a truly eclectic selection of items to market June 17, in an auction featuring everything from uncommon pottery by a modern master to a ceremonial Native American rattle.
The Wild West rides again, at least it will June 22 at Heritage Auctions, when 140 lots of items owned by the Jesse James gang, George Amstrong Custer, Annie Oakley and others, are offered.
Hundreds of silver pieces including patterns from TIffany, Gorham and more, along with Art Deco items, jewelry, and more, are set for sale Jan. 12 in Arizona.
California Auctioneers to offer Butch Cassidy's Amnesty Colt 45 and other Historic Wild West Relics on Sept. 29-30 for a spectacular 2-day auction.
Brian Lebel’s Old West Show returns to the Denver Merchandise Mart Expo Building June 22-24, 2012. A featured lot is this circa 1881 Proclamation of the Governor of Missouri offering a $5,000 reward for the “arrest and delivery” of Frank and Jesse James.