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TV and film producer's Nacelle Co. dives into publishing with pop history, toy and nostalgia driven book line.
The World War II encryption device was recovered from the Baltic Sea.
Charles Kuralt became a "back-road poet" with his folksy "On the Road" stories that ran for decades on CBS. Here's a peek inside the motorhome that made it all possible.
The comic, graded VF+ 8.5 by Certified Guaranteed Company, is one of only three copies to receive such a mark.
The first-edition Pokémon card could bring $350,000 or more.
Vast array of extraordinary Hummel figurines and originals from the impressive 2,000-piece collection of prominent Florida collector offered by Blackwell Auctions.
Rare Nazi uniforms and other items worth millions stolen in a series of robberies at war museums in Denmark and the Netherlands stump authorities.
From lanterns to station signs, locomotive nameplates to china, and headlights to whistles, railroadiana collectors steam into 50th year dedicated to all things railroad.
Identification of man who found former art-and-antiquities dealer Forrest Fenn's Rocky Mountains treasure chest revealed.
The long-tenured director of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center and relentless champion of under-recognized artists and art forms, Ruth DeYoung Kohler II was a passionate advocate for the arts.
When the pandemic threatened their annual convention, the Antique Advertising Association of America embraced the unknown. Their Zoom convention was a hit. Members now prepare for a repeat performance at their Winter Virtual Retreat.
From The Beatles to a solo career, remembering a man, his music and the collectibles we cling to forty years after his death Dec. 8, 1980.
The children's books collection of bibliophile Justin Schiller illustrates the joy and adventure of his rare finds on the eve of its sale at Heritage Auctions.
A 1950 Peanuts comic strip featuring Snoopy, the world's most famous beagle, sets a record price at Heritage Auctions.
Detective Comics No. 27, featuring the first appearance of Batman, sells for world record $1.5 million at Heritage Auctions.