A rare U.S. gold coin recovered five years ago from a world famous California Gold Rush shipwreck, and subsequently named “Supernova” because of its unique, multi-color natural toning, will be offered at auction May 16.
One-of-a-kind collector cars bring strong prices at auctions hosted by such firms as H&H Classics and Barrett-Jackson.
For over 100 years, no one was aware that a spectacular Japanese cloisonne vase was a work of art created for the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Now, it's headed to auction.
We never know when an item of everday use, when tucked away for decades, may turn out to be a nostalgic treasure.
Prizes will be awarded to the winners of the Antique Trader Favorite Finds contest, which returns in 2018.
Did you know the earliest chainsaws date back to the mid-1920s and the oldest manufacturer in the world (Stihl) is still cranking out cutting machinery. Yet, it's the vintage models of chainsaws that are the object of interest for a growing community of collectors.
A soapstone sculpture featuring a mother and baby bear carries remarkable sentiments of one mother and son's shared appreciation for antiquing and love for one another. Read the story of her Nostalgic Treasure.
Online Only Bidding - Sunday February 28