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The customized Colt appears in several of the legendary actor's movies including the Oscar-winning True Grit and its sequel, Rooster Cogburn.
Robert Peak's oil painting for Apocalypse Now movie poster sets new auction record for the artist.
During the 1930s and ‘40s it was considered junk jewelry. But today, as Pamela Wiggins Siegel explains, costume jewelry is loved by collectors as "sparkling treasures." Fun and affordable, costume jewelry offers an inexpensive means to make any fashion statement.
Including the $3.1 million results from the first auction in March, the collection that contains some of the rarest and most-prized toys and banks has totaled nearly $6 million so far.
The rare and prized pieces, stolen by Nazis and restituted by the Dutch government, fetch $15 million at Sotheby's.
Author and typewriter enthusiast Tony Casillo stumbled into a mom-and-pop typewriter repair store in Midtown Manhattan in the late 1970s. His world would never be the same.