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Single-Owner Lifetime Collection of Native American Artifacts to Cross the Block (8/28/13)
Effigy pipeWICHITA, Kan. – The single-owner lifetime collection of Native American artifacts, including dozens of prehistoric stone effigy platform pipes, as … More >>

The Collector’s Minute: Australian Aboriginal Shield (7/30/13)
shieldAs an appraiser, one sometimes comes across some wonderful things among the average bric-a-brac most of us have stashed in … More >>

Kiowa Cradleboard Showcases Native American Artifact Auction (7/26/13)
Kiowa cradleboardSANTA FE, N.M.—A full-size, all-original Native American cradleboard with beaded accents and original boards will be the featured lot at … More >>

Collecting the Uncollectible: Items that are Taboo to Some Pique the Interest of Others (7/23/13)
Oswald’s wedding ringAs the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy approaches, one of the last available possessions associated with … More >>

Q & A with Harry Rinker: World War Two-Era USO Entertainer-Signed Dollar Bill (3/1/13)
signed dollarQUESTION: I have a bill that my father carried through his World War II service in Africa, Italy and Germany. The … More >>

March Auction to Feature Fine Art, Jewelry, Native American Objects (2/19/13)
Estate jewelryGENESEO, N.Y. — Approximately 900 quality lots of fine arts and antiques in an array of categories will be sold … More >>

A Little Collection: Japanese Netsuke are Small, Inexpensive and Interesting (7/30/12)
Cord_end_ball_1900One of the easiest collectables a traveler can take home is something that fits into their luggage, is light, not … More >>

Creativity and a Little Sand Equals Great Folk Art (10/5/10)
SWEETHEART SANDBOTTLES One of the hottest categories of antiques on today’s market is folk art. Though very broadly defined, the term … More >>

Photographs Can Offer More Than Just a Thousand Words (7/12/10)
A boudoir card of a Sioux family photo realized $488.75 (including buyer’s premium) at auction. This photo can help a collector identify other collectibles and help understand what these objects meant to their original owners. Collectors of American Indian art view their objects from two angles: as art and history. For example, the aesthetics … More >>

Dressed Fleas and Flea Circus are Not Necessarily for the Dogs (5/11/09)
Lisa Townley’s great grandmother’s bride and groom “pulgas vestidas” or dressed fleas. One of the most unusual and interesting Ask A Worthologist questions that we have come across was posed by Lisa … More >>

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