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  • Dec 5 2011
  • 5 Dec 2011

Comics Auction Watch – The Two-Million-Dollar Superman

Auction Watch! It looks like Superman will be holding on to the title of the most expensive comic ever sold after last Wednesday’s Comic Connect.com […]

  • Nov 22 2011
  • 22 Nov 2011

Sale of Phila. Museum of Art Paintings to Finance Purchase Historic Peale Piece

NEW YORK – A group of paintings formerly in the collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art will be sold in the Important American Paintings, […]

  • Nov 22 2011
  • 22 Nov 2011

The Many Collections Belonging to the Late Mildred Yates Farrior to Sell Dec.3

CHIPLEY, Fla. – The many and varied collections belonging to the late Mildred Yates Farrior—a long-time resident of Chipley who, along with her late husband […]

  • Nov 21 2011
  • 21 Nov 2011

Get a Jump on Christmas Shopping at Vintage Toys And Collectibles Auction

CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. – Do you have a toy on your Christmas list that is particularly hard to find? Or are you looking for a toy […]

  • Nov 15 2011
  • 15 Nov 2011

Chinese Ivory & Jade Carvings to Highlight Elite Decorative Arts’ Auction

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – Nearly 600 lots of top-quality Chinese carvings and works of art—including antique carved ivory and jade—will be sold at auction Saturday, […]

  • Nov 15 2011
  • 15 Nov 2011

Asian Artifacts, American Paintings to Top South Florida Auction

MELBOURNE, Fla. – The property of a prominent South Florida collector, plus the antique and modern furnishings from a Ritz-Carlton penthouse in Sarasota, will be […]

  • Nov 8 2011
  • 8 Nov 2011

Period American Furniture to Lead Inaugural Stevens Flomaton, Ala., Auction

FLOMATON, Ala. – Stevens Auction Company—already an auction powerhouse in the Southeast—is about to expand its presence in the region, having recently acquired the building […]

  • Nov 8 2011
  • 8 Nov 2011

Auction Preview: Internet-Only Sale Hosted by Gordon S. Converse & Co.

STRAFFORD, Pa. – More than 400 quality lots of merchandise, drawn from prominent estates and collections and in a wide array of categories, will be […]

  • Nov 7 2011
  • 7 Nov 2011

Lichtenstein’s ‘I Can See The Whole Room! … And There’s Nobody In It!’ Fetches $43M

NEW YORK – Roy Lichtenstein’s, “I Can See the Whole Room … and There’s Nobody in It!” set a new auction record of $43,202,500—a new […]

  • Nov 7 2011
  • 7 Nov 2011

Rare 18th-Century Revolutionary War Map Expected to Exceed $1 Million at Auction

NEW YORK – A very rare manuscript Revolutionary War map with an estimated value of $1-$1.5 million will be offered for auction as part of […]