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Guernsey’s Guitar Auction Could Rewrite Investment Guitar Market Thinking, Prices (3/31/14)
photo 3 1930 Martin OM-45In 1933, struggling 22-year-old musician Leonard Slye needed a guitar. He found one at a California pawn shop and paid … More >>


Extra! Extra! Newspaper Movie Posters Take You to Where the Action Is (3/25/14)
deadline usaFrom cinema’s earliest days, newspapers offered the movies heroes, heroines and a visual shorthand it used constantly not only in … More >>


Connor’s Corner: My Next Estate Sale features Great Hollywood Collectibles (3/24/14)
connor-4I am Connor and I am in 3rd grade. I live near Hollywood—I can walk to Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network—and … More >>


Presentation Sword, Dinosaur Nest with Seven Eggs Power Philip Weiss Auctions’ Sale (3/18/14)
Presentation swordLYNBROOK, N.Y. – A rare and historic British presentation sword and scabbard from 1813 soared to $27,060 and a 75-million-year-old … More >>


Music Items, Coin-Op, Advertising, Toys and Gaming to lead Fontaine’s Auction (3/18/14)
Nickelodeon PITTSFIELD, Mass. – For folks looking to start or increase their collection of musical items, coin-op, advertising, toys, country store, … More >>


Muscle Car Music: Collecting those Icons of the ’70s, 8-Track Tapes (3/11/14)
PRONOUNCED Leh-NERD Skyn-NERDTo garage-salers and flea market buffs, they seem to be everywhere. Most folks walk right by boxes full of them … More >>


Early American Influence on the British Music Scene, U.K. Rock ’N’ Roll Posters (3/11/14)
ElvisJailWhen we think of iconic 1960s rock bands, the likes of British artists such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, … More >>


Rare Cuban Baseball Card Set and Ephemera Leads in Hake’s Online Auction (3/7/14)
cuban baseball cardsYORK, Pa. – With an immense array of items that fall under one of two headings: either “I had one … More >>


Extremely Rare 1891 Coca-Cola Calendar to Draw Attention at Philip Weiss Auction (3/6/14)
Coke calendarLYNBROOK, N.Y. – An extremely rare Coca-Cola wall calendar from 1891—the first year Coke began making calendars and possibly the … More >>


Bopping Through Recording History with Collectible Rockabilly Records (3/4/14)
quartetCollecting records is easy. Records are widely available and often cheap. But assembling a meaningful record collection requires thought, vigilance … More >>


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