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Clayton Moore’s Lone Ranger Costume Rides off into the Sunset for $195,000 (7/14/14)
This Lone Ranger outfit worn by actor Clayton Moore wore when he made appearances as the character after retiring from television sold for $195,000 in an auction hosted by A & S Auction Company.WACO, Texas – A Lone Ranger costume worn by actor Clayton Moore in the classic television series sold at auction … More >>


Jacques Littlefield’s Collection of Tanks and other Historic Military Vehicles Auctioned (7/14/14)
More than 100 tanks and other military vehicles from the collection of Silicon Valley engineer Jacques Littlefield, including this World War Two Sherman tanks, were sold at an auction facilitated by American Auctions and held on Friday and Saturday,  July 11-12.PORTOLA VALLEY, Calif. — Collectors from around the world said “tanks a lot” when they bought up more than 100 … More >>


EBay & Sotheby’s Partner to Bring World-Class Art, Collectibles to Global Audience (7/14/14)
While there are some listings for fine art lots on eBay now, such as this Cubist tempera painting of a still life signed “Pablo Picasso” which is being for sale for $200 by a seller in Croatia, eBay’s new partnership with international auction Sotheby’s will mean that hundreds of lots of fine art will be sold through the online auction site in the near future.NEW YORK – Move over, sellers of old iPhones, vintage Barbies and second-hand designer clothing, and make way for Rembrandts, … More >>


Sotheby’s to sell the ‘Henry Graves Supercomplication’ – the ‘Holy Grail’ of Watches (7/10/14)
The Henry Graves Supercomplication watch—made by Patek Philippe in 1933—is the most famous and expensive watch in the world. It will be put up for auction in November at Sotheby’s Geneva with a presale estimate of $16 million.GENEVA – A masterpiece of horology, the Henry Graves Supercomplication watch—made by Patek Philippe in 1933—is the most famous watch … More >>


Sodas, Bitters, Whiskey Fifths, Flasks and Advertising Pieces to Pace Bottle Auction (7/8/14)
This George Washington/Zachary Taylor quart bottle (“The Father of His Country / A Little More Grape, Captain Bragg”), one of the finest examples known, is expected to sell for $5,000 to $10,000) in American Bottle Auctions’ next big online and catalog sale, scheduled to begin on July 11 and run through July 20.SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Nearly 200 lots of rare and highly collectible bottles—including sodas, bitters, back bars, medicines, whiskey fifths and … More >>


Entire Contents of Mississippi’s Antebellum ‘Walter Place’ to be auctioned July 11-12 (7/3/14)
The entire contents of Walter Place—a spectacular antebellum home completed in 1859 and used as a Union Army camp and officers’ quarters during the Civil War—will be sold at auction July 11-12 by Stevens Auction Company. HOLLY SPRINGS, Miss. – The entire contents of Walter Place—a spectacular antebellum home completed in 1859 and used as a … More >>


Portions of Maurice Sendak’s 1930s Mickey Mouse Collection up for bid in Benefit Auction (7/3/14)
Sendak’s self-portrait depicting himself seeing Mickey Mouse in the mirror. According to longtime friend Ted Hake, Sendak viewed Mickey as “energetic and rascally, and he personified—for Maurice—all that is good.”It is a pretty well-known fact that Maurice Sendak—the American illustrator and author of children’s books best known for his … More >>


Looking to Sell Your Hollywood Collectibles? Then we’ve got an Auction for You (6/27/14)
A Dorothy “test” dress and pinafore from “The Wizard of Oz” is expected to lead the Bonhams/TCM “No Place Like Hollywood” auction, scheduled for November, with a presale estimate of $200,000 to 300,000. (Photo: Bonhams)Last year’s Bonhams and Turner Classic Movies’ “What Dreams are Made of”auction drew more than 700 bidders who bought a … More >>


Dylan’s ‘Like a Rolling Stone’ Lyrics set record for Popular Music Manuscript at $2M (6/25/14)
Bob Dylan’s original hand-written lyrics for the 1965 epic “Like A Rolling Stone” fetched $2,045,000 Tuesday night at Sotheby’s to set an auction record for a pop music manuscript.And the hits just keep on coming—as far a high-end popular music collectibles are concerned—as Bob Dylan’s original hand-written lyrics … More >>


18 Million Antiques and Collectibles Sale Records added to Worthopedia™ (6/19/14)
Among the 18 million new items from the first quarter of 2014 added to the Worthopedia™ is a lot of 40 1-oz. fine gold American Eagle Liberty coins in uncirculated condition. All 40 coins—in 22-karat gold and minted in 2011—sold for $51,000 on Jan. 4, 2014.WorthPoint has announced that it has just added more than 18 million pieces of art, antiques and collectibles sales results … More >>


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