A long-lost diving helmet, a U.S. Navy Mark V, surfaces after decades buried in a hoarders' northern Wisconsin home. The 1916 helmet could be the most historically important helmet in the world – and the most valuable when it comes to auction in July.
When America entered World War II, the ad industry took immediate action by forming the War Advertising Council that focused on public service campaigns, including the patriotic slogans that would be included on glass milk bottles.
Independent antiques appraiser and dealer Susan Mullikin, who is a graduate of the Asheford Institute, appraises the value of a Confederate anthem.
This trio of new books explore the relics, military badges and uniforms of World War I and World War II.
Rock Island Auction Company (RIAC) has been hinting since late last year that 2019 promised to be a special year. A glance at the special items in the firm’s May 2019 Premiere Firearms Auction confirms it.
In the firm’s April 13 auction, Daniel Buck Auctions will be offering almost a dozen vintage Levis and Lee jean pants and jackets.
An important Russian bronze may sell for as much as $120,000 during an Eldred's auction scheduled for April 5-6 in East Dennis, Mass.