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Picasso Plate Expected to be Top Lot at Multi-Estate Auction (2/19/13)
Picasso plateNEW ORLEANS – A silver plate showing an image of a bull’s head by the renowned artist Pablo Picasso and … More >>

Dixie Cup Inventor’s Collection of Fine Art & Antiques to be Sold (2/5/13)
GabrielledeBourbonST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – It was an elegantly simple but universally embraced paper container—the cone-shape Dixie Cup—that enabled millionaire inventor … More >>

Fine Art, Clocks and Oddities to Cross Block in Multi-Estate Auction (2/5/13)
Vampire kitABERDEEN, Miss. — The collections of at least two major estates will head to auction this month, including a set … More >>

Ask A Worthologist Question: Imperial Clock (5/18/11)
frenchclockArnold H. bought this clock thinking it was a late 19th-century French example. Its previous owner didn’t know much about … More >>

Luman Watson Clocks a Timely Addition for Collectors (8/29/10)
early reed waston clock Time: We all worry about it; we all watch it; and none of us ever have enough of it. … More >>

Ask A Worthologist Question: A Long Case Clock (6/29/10)
Jennifer picked up this long case clock in Rhode Island. Her thoughts about the age of the clock were correct, but she was off about the origin. It’s not Early American but of Scotch manufacture.  Jennifer M. is trying to identify a grandfather clock she picked up. So she engaged WorthPoint’s “Ask a Worthologist” service, … More >>

Clean It Up but Keep It Original – Seven Hints on Restoring Antique Clocks (6/15/10)
Ken and Susan Markley, who run Old Timers Clocks on, have some great tips on bringing a luster back … More >>

New Haven Clock Company a Most Prolific Operation (8/18/09)
This pine and Rosewood-veneer clock with a painted glass door is a typical New Haven Clock Company cottage clock.The New Haven Clock Company was one of the most prolific of the early American New England clock companies. Some … More >>

An Introduction to Marine Timekeepers (2/9/09)
Clepsammia, widely known today as the sandglass or hourglass.This article could also be named “An introduction to transportation clocks,” because these types of clocks were used by navigators, … More >>

Interest in, Value of King Memorabilia Rise (1/13/09)
Syl TurnerThis month’s significance will be indelibly etched in American history with Barack Obama’s inauguration on January 20 as the nation’s … More >>

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