A new exhibition of WWI quilts and examples of fiber arts is the center of activity this summer, at the Virginia Quilt Museum.
A small trench art ammunition shell serves as more than a collectible to admire for Daniel Boehmke. The shell is a commemorative piece related to the sinking of the ship Boehmke's father served on during World War I.
Parents may wonder if the wisdom they share is being heeded by their children, but as author John Adams-Graf explains, some of the most important lessons are learned by observing and respecting the experiences that shape someone else.
In the 12 Days of Great Reads blog post, Antique Trader Online Editor Antoinette Rahn, dishes on 12 of her favorite collector books this season.
One of just a handful of surviving American flags which flew from D-Day ships, earned a top lot with $386,500, among the lots of World War II memorabilia during the June 5 auction at Bonhams
An American flag, flown from a ship during D-Day, is one of the featured lots in a 350-lot auction to be offered June 5, by Bonhams.
In a surprising turn of events at Bonhams' June 6 Fine Maritime Paintings & Decorative Arts auction , a set of Japanese World War II recognition models of British war ships exceeded the low estimate; selling for five times the low estimate and finishing at $31,250.