Maryland Public Television’s (MPT) flagship original series Chesapeake Collectibles is accepting registrations for its 10th annual taping weekend.
The first American flag planted on Omaha Beach in northern France on World War II’s infamous D-Day soared to $162,500 at Heritage Auctions.
A rare U.S. gold coin struck at the San Francisco Mint in 1857 (recovered five years ago from a California Gold Rush shipwreck) set a record auction price.
National Postcard Week 2019 ended weeks ago, yet we're still enjoying the experience. Here are the cards Antique Trader received in trade for its own limited edition NPCW 2019 postcard.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – The Norton Museum of Art reports it is presenting a large museum exhibition of classic movie posters from one of the most prominent private collections in the world. Titled Coming Soon: Film Posters from the Dwight M. Cleveland Collection, the exhibition includes more than 200 posters...
The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation has recently added several important objects of Judaica to its collections. Objects that represent the early Anglo-American experience have also been acquired.
Our staff loves old things, but these new products make our collections and investments all the more valuable: Raggedy Ann and Andy retro rag dolls, Howard’s Restor-A-Finish, The Encyclopedia of Antique Trunks.
The runaway top lot of a December auction was Across the Continent, a Currier & Ives (New York, 1868) lithograph print depicting the changing landscape of the mid nineteenth-century American frontier.
The prison correspondence of Boston gangster Whitey Bulger Jr. stole the spotlight at Urban Culture Auctions’ (UCA) Feb. 24 debut auction.