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Rare Kelly Tires Sign Brings $13,200 at Spring Petroliana & Advertising Auction (3/18/10)
The top lot of the Spring Petroliana & Advertising Auction, held March 5, 2010, was this extremely rare Kelly Tires double-sided tin sign, which sold for $13,200.PEOTONE, Ill. – An extremely rare Kelly Tires double-sided tin trade sign, 24 inches in diameter and showing a lady … More >>


Virginia Sykes Estate (Aberdeen, Miss.) to be Sold At Absolute Auction (3/18/10)
A Victorian Italian center bowl with hand-painted and embossed flowers with bronze mounts is among the items to be sold at an absolute auction on Saturday, March 27, 2010 in Abereen, Miss.ABERDEEN, Miss. – The estate of the late Virginia Sykes, a longtime resident of Aberdeen, Miss., will be sold in … More >>


Auction Report: Three Early Detective Comics Sell for a Combined $77,790 (3/18/10)
The top lot of the Philip Weiss Auctions sale was this copy of “Detective Comics” #28, from June 1939, which gaveled for $30,510.OCEANSIDE, N.Y. – Three early “Detective Comics” from the late 1930s sold for a combined $77,790 at a multi-estate sale … More >>


Cabin Fever Auction Features Property from Historic Beleden Mansion (Bristol, Conn.) (3/18/10)
Headlining the March 27, 2010 Cabin Fever Auction will be property from the historic Beleden Mansion in Litchfield, Conn.LITCHFIELD, Conn. – Tim’s, Inc., will celebrate the end of winter—if that day ever comes—with its 18th annual Cabin Fever … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: March 15 to March 20 (3/15/10)
In art, antiques and collectibles news is, yet still again, Michael Jackson, the impressive collection of a best-selling author and … More >>


Fine & Decorative Arts from North Carolina Estates Featured in Leland Little Auction (3/11/10)
This oil-on-canvas portrait of William Whiteright, Jr. by William Merritt Chase (NY, 1849-1916), is estimated to bring between $20,000-$30,000 at the March 20, 2010 Fine & Decorative Arts Cataloged Auction, hosted by Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales, Ltd.HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. – Nearly 800 lots of fresh-to-the-market merchandise from prominent local estates will be sold at a Fine & … More >>


Franz Von Stuck Bronze Statue ‘Amazon’ Leads Litchfield County Auction (3/11/10)
The top lot at the recent Litchfield County Auctions, Inc. Internet sale was this 1890 bronze by German artist Franz Von Stuck, titled “Amazon,” gaveled for $20,880.LITCHFIELD, Conn. – A figural bronze statue of a warrior on his steed by the German artist Franz Von Stuck … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: March 8 to March 12 (3/10/10)
In arts, antiques and collectibles news, we find spirits in bottles (and we don’t mean 80-proof), Christie’s winning auction rights … More >>


Gordon S. Converse & Co. Kicks Off 2010 Season with ‘Discovery Antique Auction’ (3/10/10)
Lithograph signed in pencil, lower right, by the artist Marc Chagall, are among the 30 prints that will be up for auction in Gordon S. Converse & Co.’s Discovery Antique Auction on Thursday, Mar. 25, 2010.WAYNE, Pa. – Coming off a highly successful vintage clocks and horology auction at the end of last year, in … More >>


Flying Car, Rare Coke Machine, Pink Diamond Offered in Red Baron’s Auction (3/2/10)
This flying car—Frank Skroback’s roadable aircraft—built in 1935 and the oldest original flying car in existence will be among the items up for auction at Red Baron Antiques on March 13-14, 2010.ATLANTA – An actual flying car built in 1935, an extremely rare Coca-Cola dispensing machine made around 1923, a 4.02-carat … More >>


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