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Artfact Live Auctions,, the online marketplace for premier art, antiques, collectibles, and estate auctions worldwide.,, Buy & Sell art and antiques.Sundays. Heritage Weekly Internet-Only Comics Auction,, 6pm CT

Sundays. Heritage Weekly Internet-Only Movie Poster Auction,, 6pm CT

Sundays. Heritage Weekly Internet-Only Movie Poster Auction,, 6pm CT

Sundays. J. Levine Auction & Appraisal,

Sundays & Tuesdays. Heritage Weekly Internet-Only US Coin Auction,, 7pm CT

Tuesdays. Heritage Weekly Internet-Only Currency Auction,, 7pm CT

Thursdays. Heritage Weekly Internet-Only Nature & Science Auction,, 10pm CT

Thursdays. Heritage Weekly Internet-only World Coins Auction,, 8pm CT

Thursdays: Golden Gavel weekly online auctions. Visit to bid online. For more information, email or visit and search for Auctionzip Auctioneer ID#: 2791. Always accepting quality consignments for auctions. For more info, call 860-623-2100 or 888-457-7778.

First Thursday of each month. Heritage Monthly Internet-Only Wine Auction,, 10pm CT

Last Sunday of each month. Heritage Monthly Internet-Only World Coin Auction,, 8pm Auction listings for hundreds of auctions held in America and Real-time online bidding with audio feeds at live global auction rooms.



Weekly Online Auctions, J. Levine Auction & Appraisal, 951 W. Watkins Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85007;; 480-845-6597.


Oct 10, 2021, Los Angeles. Andrew Jones Auctions' online-only auction of  the collection of Lady Victoria White of Beverly Hills, best described as English country house meets California chic. Lady White’s lifelong love of horses is reflected in a number of equestrian paintings, including two by the celebrated equestrian Impressionist artist Sir Alfred Munnings, highlighted by The Kilkenny Horse Fair (estimate: $200,000-$300,000). Her international life of exploration and glamour are reflected in the pieces chosen to create her home sanctuary. Furniture and decorative arts include fine silver, porcelain, a Régence gilt bronze mounted kingwood commode en tombeau, Chinese and Delft blue and white porcelain pieces and rare books. Her items also feature bronzes, jewelry and garden sets. Internet bidding for will be facilitated by, and Safe, physically distanced previews will be held by appointment only at the Andrew Jones Auctions gallery prior to each auction. Plans may change in accordance with Los Angeles County Department of health Covid-19 restrictions. Contact the gallery for details. The gallery is at 2221 South Main Street in downtown Los Angeles. Absentee bids will also be accepted. To schedule a preview appointment, call (213) 748-8008. For more info, visit

Oct 24, 2021, Los Angeles. Andrew Jones Auctions' Part 1 in a series of auctions dedicated to the John Nelson collection and a celebration of the unerring eye of a more than 50-year Los Angeles design and antiques institution, the man behind the eponymous John Nelson Antiques. The collection features Chinese porcelain, paintings, French decorative arts, sculpture, antiquities, Grand Tour objects, European furniture, mirrors and chandeliers. Part 1 of the collection will include a pair of Italian carved marble life size dogs (estimate: $20,000-$30,00) that will greet clients at the front door during the preview, guarding over a treasure trove of art and antiques, including a monumental pair of Irish George II giltwood mirrors, a Louis XV-style gilt bronze parquetry bureau plat, an 18th century German Baroque marquetry bureau cabinet, a 19th century Continental scagliola inset gilt bronze mounted mahogany center table and Grand Tour bronze figures. A favorite of John’s is an elegant Baltic gilt bronze and cut-glass chandelier and a charming Louis XV-style gilt bronze boar-form mantel clock. Internet bidding for will be facilitated by, and Safe, physically distanced previews will be held by appointment only at the Andrew Jones Auctions gallery prior to each auction. Plans may change in accordance with Los Angeles County Department of health Covid-19 restrictions. Contact the gallery for details. The gallery is at 2221 South Main Street in downtown Los Angeles. Absentee bids will also be accepted. To schedule a preview appointment, call (213) 748-8008. For more info, visit


Sept 24-25, 2021, Leadville. Lockhart Auctions' two-day liquidation antique auction of the Historic Delaware Hotel, featuring 500+ lots of antiques and collectibles including furniture, display cabinets, knives, fixtures, taxidermy, bronzes, stained glass and signage. The auction starts at 1pm both days and will be live onsite at 700 Harrison Avenue, Leadville, CO, and simulcast. Register to bid and view photos at


Every Tuesday & Friday, Holly Hill. Estate Liquidations, Auction City, 1120 Enterprise Ct., Holly Hill, FL. 386-255-9191;

Last Sunday of every month, Holly Hill. Antiques & Collectible Auctions, Auction City, 1120 Enterprise Ct., Holly Hill, FL. 386-255-9191;


Oct 2, 2021, Hartwell. Advertising, Americana & Nostalgia Auction. 76 Ulyanovsk St. For more info, visit, call 770-652-8075 or email


Sept 25, 2021, Chicago. Bids now being accepted for Potter & Potter's Steiff, Toys and Pop Culture auction featuring more than 500 lots of vintage and modern Steiff bears and other animals, drawn from advanced collections in Chicago and across the country. The remainder of the sale will consist of an eclectic offering of toys and collectibles, including a collection of antique mechanical cast iron banks; classic tin litho toys; German diecast scale model construction vehicles; comic books; movie posters; Disneyana; autographs; and other pop culture memorabilia. Auction starts at 10am Central. For more info, visit

Oct 30, 2021, Chicago. Potter & Potter's first sale from Ken Klosterman's legendary collection of magicana, the Salon de Magie, filled with historically significant ephemera, books, and apparatus. The collection was developed over the course of five decades and is made up of many important relics from the careers of Robert-Houdin, Houdini, Chung Ling Soo, Harry Kellar, and their contemporaries. In addition to the remarkable objects included in the collection, the Salon itself is a jewel box showplace like no other, outfitted with secret passages and hidden doors, all buried down a mine shaft some 83 feet underground. Exclusive pre-auction private tours of the collection, with all lots on display, will be conducted on-site in Loveland, Ohio at Langsem Farm from October 1-5. These tours, scheduled by appointment only, will offer bidders a final opportunity to view the Salon de Magie and its holdings, including the objects that will be part of this first history-making sale, as well as forthcoming auctions. Please contact the staff at Potter & Potter now to schedule your appointment and view what has been widely regarded for over half a century as one of the finest collections of magicana in private hands. A deluxe cloth-bound catalog has been issued for the sale for $55 and can be purchased through PayPal at Limited quantities available. A public preview of the auction lots will be held at Potter & Potter's Chicago gallery Oct 28-29 from 10am to 5pm. The auction starts at at 10am on Oct 30 at Potter & Potter's Chicago gallery. For more info, visit


Sept 25, 2021, Aberdeen. Hundreds of antiques and Southern finery from four Mississippi estates – two in Columbus, one in Tupelo and one in Southaven – will come up for bid at a Mid-Summer Antique Auction planned for Saturday, Sept 25, at 10am Central time, by Stevens Auction Company, live in the Aberdeen gallery at 609 North Meridian Street and online via The sale has 441 lots, many of them fine furniture pieces by renowned 19th century American makers like Mitchell & Rammelsberg, Thomas Brooks and Alexander Roux. Doors will open at 8am on auction day. Photos of lots are continually being added and can be viewed at For more info, call 662-369-2200 or email Phone bids are welcome.


Sept 25, 2021, Glen Cove. Roland Auctions will be selling the contents of American Sculptor Tony Rosenthal’s estate on Saturday, Sept 25. Rosenthal was an American abstract sculptor widely known for his monumental public art sculptures, and his works are in several museums around the world. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own pieces from his private collection amassed in his Southampton, NY home and studio over several decades. For more info, visit, call 212-260-2000 or email

Oct 2, 2021, Middletown. Items from the living estate of Richard S. Ravenal – the now long-retired purveyor of Asian art and antiques and former owner of Asian Gallery in New York City – will headline a two-session auction Sat, Oct 2, by EstateOfMind, online and live in the Middletown gallery at 195 Derby Road. A preview will be held at 7am Eastern. Session 1, beginning at 10am, will feature more than 100 lots of guns, ammunition and other militaria. Session 2, starting at 11am, will be the main sale, with the Ravenal collection and other fine items pulled from prominent local estates and collections. Items from the Ravenal collection will feature a rare, 13th or 14th century Chinese Ming Dynasty gessoed, straw-bound mud-head of Kuan-Yin, with appliqué painted lacquer over straw and mud and inlaid agate eyes. Also from the collection is a 12th century Khmer Dynasty bronze of the Cambodian Buddhist deity Mahayana; a fine Chinese glazed pottery Buddhist priest from the Ming Dynasty, 16th century, with provenance; and a rare Shiva-Linga carved stone one-face column from the 2nd or 3rd century. In addition to the Ravenal collection, estate jewelry and watches, original artworks ranging from Old Master paintings to mid-20th century fare, sterling silver that includes flatware services as well as individual pieces, signed baseball memorabilia and hard-to-find baseball cards, coins and stamps, musical instruments, and American furniture from the 19th and 20th centuries will also be offered. Internet bidding will be provided by Phone and absentee bids will also be taken. Live, in-gallery bidding is available, but seating will be limited and all CDC, state and local regulations with regard to the COVID virus will be strictly enforced. Bidders can view lot photos and get more information at and Live, in-gallery previews will be held on Fri, Oct 1, from 11am-5 pm Eastern time, and Sat, Oct 2, the date of auction, from 7-9am, or by appointment. To schedule an appointment, call EstateOfMind at 845-386-4403. Masks are required at the previews.

Oct 27-28, 2021, New York. Sotheby's will present the most important objects spanning the history of magic illusionism, popular entertainments, and other curiosities to ever appear at auction when it sells property from the collection of Ricky Jay – one of the world’s greatest sleight-of-hand artists who has captivated audiences worldwide with his one-man shows and his film and television appearances, including David Mamet’s House of Games, HBO’s renowned series Deadwood, the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies and many more. One of the premier collectors of material related to the history of magic, circus arts, gambling, con artistry, unusual entertainments, and the art of deception, the highly-anticipated auction of Jay’s renowned collection of books, pamphlets, posters, broadsides, handbills, manuscripts, prints, and more dating from the sixteenth century to present times represents the most important collection of magic collectibles and ephemera to ever appear at auction. The Ricky Jay Collection will offer more than 1,000 treasures, in nearly 700 lots, with estimates starting from a few hundred dollars. Amassed across more than half a century throughout Jay’s travels, these personally curated collections provide a rare and intimate look at the many fascinations that defined his passion for collecting, including automata, circus arts, unusual entertainment, menageries, early museums, gambling, canting language, low life and more. Highlights from The Ricky Jay Collection will be on view at Sotheby’s New Bond Street galleries in London from Sept 24-28, followed by a public pre-sale exhibition at Sotheby’s New York galleries from Oct 21-26 ahead of the live auction Oct 27-28: Session 1 on Wed, Oct 27, will be at 10am EDT, Session 2 at 2pm; Session 3 on Thurs, Oct 28 will be at 10am EDT and Session 4 at 2pm. For more info, visit Sotheby's.


Sept 25, 2021, Beachwood. Neue Auctions’ online-only Art & Antiques auction on Saturday, Sept 25, at 10am Eastern time, is an exciting offering of more than 400 lots that include undiscovered finds in many categories. Most were acquired from regional estates and longtime collectors. Paintings, works on paper, glass and Asian ceramics will all come under the gavel. Artists include Henri Matisse, Charles Burchfield, Georges Braque, John Cyril Harrison, Emilio Sanchez Perrier, Mauritz Frederik De Haas, Franklin D. Briscoe, Andre Gisson and many others. The superb glass collection includes examples from Galle, Legras, Muller Freres, Daum and others. Internet bidding will be facilitated by and For more info, visit

Oct 2, 2021, Willoughby. Milestone Auctions' Fall Spectacular Antique Toy Auction, live at the auction house at 38198 Willoughby Parkway, Willoughby, Ohio 44094 and also online. Auction starts at 10am. Preview is at 8am. Live bidding is at, and The full catalog, with online bidding, is here. For more info, call 440-527-8060, email or visit


Sept 24, 2021, Garnet Valley. Briggs Auction is offering an online-only auction of the the Dr. Mead Shaffer collection of early American antiques. Dr. Shaffer, a resident of Garnet Valley, Pennsylvania, is a noted preservationist, historian and collector. The auction will include Dr. Shaffer’s extensive collection of colonial and early American and regional antiques, colonial cookware, folk and decorative arts and much more. Live, in-person previews will be on Wed, Sept 22, from 1-5pm and Thurs, Sept 23, from 1-5pm; both times Eastern, with no appointment needed. The previews will be held at the Garret-Booth-Cheyney House and barn at 1645 Bethel Road, Garnet Valley, PA 19060. Bidding is online only through Briggs Auction's Bid at Briggs platform and through Pre-auction/absentee bids will be accepted until 10am on the date of auction, September 24th, when real-time online bidding will begin on both platforms.Briggs Auction has an app to make bidding easy and convenient; simply search Briggs Auction in the Apple App Store, or on Google Play. For more info, visit Briggs Auction.

Sept 30-Oct 1, 2021, Downington. The October Americana & International sale at Pook & Pook, featuring 1,000+ lots. Session One: Thurs, Sept 30, starts at 9am EDT for lots 1-542. Session Two on Fri, Oct 1, starts at 9am for lots 543-1068. Live, phone, absentee, and internet bidding will be available for this auction. Call 610-269-4040 to reserve a seat. All phone bids must be submitted by Wed, Sept 29, by 5pm. A reception is on Sept 29 from 4pm-6pm; RSVP to Gallery exhibitions at the auction house at 463 East Lancaster Ave., Downingtown, PA 19335, will be on Sat, Sept 25, from 9am to 1pm; Mon, Sept 27, from 10am-4pm; Tues, Sept 28, from 10am-4pm; Wed, Sept 29, from 10am-6pm; Thursday, Sept 30, from 8am-9am; and Fri, Oct 1, from 8am-9am. Online bidding will be at and For more info, visit Pook & Pook.


Sept 25, 2021, Cranston. Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers’ September Comic, TCG and Toy Auction featuring more than 450 lots, including Marvel Comics rarities and other comic books, Pokémon items and TCG (Trading Card Game) collectibles, Steiff animals, dolls, Hot Wheels and other Pop Culture treasures pulled from prominent collections across the United States. The sale’s expected top lot is a copy of Marvel Comics’ Fantastic Four #1 (November 1961), graded CGC 4.5 (estimate: $15,000-$20,000). The book features the origin and first appearance of the Fantastic Four and Mole Man and ushered in a new level of realism in the medium. It was the first superhero team created by artist/co-plotter Jack Kirby and editor/co-plotter Stan Lee. The auction will start at 10am Eastern; doors will open at 8am. Live, in-house bidding will be reserved for active bidders only. To save a seat, call 401-533-9980. Previews will be Thurs and Fri, Sept 23-24, from 9am-4pm, by appointment only. COVID-19 regulations will be strictly enforced. For an appointment, call 401-533-9980 or email The Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers gallery is located at 63 Fourth Avenue in Cranston, Rhode Island. Internet bidding will be via,,, and the mobile app “Bruneau & Co.” on iTunes or GooglePlay. For more info, visit

Sept 30, 2021, Cranston. A dynamic oil on canvas Cubist painting by the Indian artist Maqbool Fida Husain, an early 20th a century Tiffany Studios ‘Bleeding Heart’ table lamp, and a circa 1904 Caille Brothers (Chicago) Eclipse upright 25-cent slot machine are all expected to do well in Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers’ Estate Fine Art & Antique Auction on Thursday, Sept. 30. The online-only auction starts at 6pm Eastern and will be highlighted by a single-owner collection of antiques and collectibles. In all, 333 lots will come up for bid. All items can be previewed by appointment only in the Bruneau & Co. gallery at 63 Fourth Avenue in Cranston. For an appointment, call 401-533-9980, or email Internet bidding will be facilitated by,,, and the mobile app “Bruneau & Co.” on iTunes or GooglePlay. For more info, visit


Dec 12, 2021, Dallas. Arms, Armor, and Civil War Auction. Consignment deadline Oct. 14. Heritage Auctions, 3500 Maple Avenue, Dallas, TX 75219; 1-877-HERITAGE (437-4824);;


Oct 13, 2021, London. Orders, Decorations, Medals, and Militaria Auction, Dix Noonan Webb, 16 Bolton St., Mayfair. Tel: +44 (0) 20 7016 1700; Email:;

Nov 10, 2021, London. Orders, Decorations, Medals, and Militaria Auction, Dix Noonan Webb, 16 Bolton St., Mayfair. Tel: +44 (0) 20 7016 1700; Email:;