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Auction Report: Carte De Visite of Pres. Garfield as a Civil War General Brings $4,068 (11/24/09)
Rare, signed carte de visite of slain President James A. Garfield, taken during the Civil War brought $4,068 at an auction held Nov. 14-15 by Philip Weiss Auctions.OCEANSIDE, N.Y. – A rare signed carte de visite of former President James A. Garfield—taken when he was a Union … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: November 23 to November 27 (11/23/09)
In art, antiques and collectibles news, a half-smoked cigar shows up, Michael Jackson is still a superstar and big-bucks whiskey. From … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: November 16 to November 20 (11/17/09)
In art, antiques and collectibles headlines, Gucci and Christie’s go after counterfeiters and the most recent Yves Saint Laurent auction … More >>


Original Michael Jackson-Lisa Marie Presley Marriage Certificate to go Up for Auction (11/17/09)
The official signed marriage certificate issued to Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley in the Dominican Republic in 1994 will be the top item up for bid in a Jan. 22-24 auction hosted by Philip Weiss Auctions.OCEANSIDE, N.Y. – The original marriage certificate issued to Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley—signed by both Jackson and Presley—on … More >>


Local Collectors Pitch in to Populate Litchfield (Conn.) Firehouse Benefit Auction (11/17/09)
Auctioneer Tim Chapulis with a guitar signed by the members of the rock group Jay & the Americans, just one of several pieces of rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia items to go up for auction to benefit the Litchfield Firehouse.LITCHFIELD, Conn. – Items gathered from private homes, family estates, important collections and even the contents of a safety deposit … More >>


Fresh-to-Market Lots From North Carolina Estates Highlight Leland Little Auction (11/17/09)
This rare Edgefield District “Dave the Slave” 5-gallon jar in ovoid form, dated 1857, is expected to bring in an estimated $20,000-$30,000 at a Fine & Decorative Arts Cataloged Auction scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 5, hosted by Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales, Ltd.HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. – Nearly 750 lots—including Classical American period art and furniture, Continental furniture; American portraits and traditional American art, … More >>


Old World Restorations Uncovers Unknown Duncanson Landscape Worth $300,000 (11/17/09)
This is the restored Robert Scott Duncanson landscape with the original colors intact.    CINCINNATI – The dingy dirty canvas showed up at Doug Eisele’s Old World Restorations in Cincinnati in March 2009. The … More >>


Auction Report: Thomas Buttersworth Marine Oils Top Gordon S. Converse Auction (11/12/09)
Glasgow & Cutter Scout,” one of two original marine oil paintings by Thomas Buttersworth (Br., 1768-1842), sold for a combined $33,925 at auction on Oct. 21, 2009.WAYNE, Pa. – A pair of gorgeous marine oil paintings by the noted British artist Thomas Buttersworth (1768-1842) sold for … More >>


Auction Report: Astronomical Regulator, Henry Rifle Pace Cottone Auctions Sale (11/12/09)
This rare .44 caliber Henry rifle, purchased by the U.S. Government for use during the Civil War, sold for $48,300 at an sale held by Cottone Auctions in August.GENESEO, N.Y. – A vintage E. Howard & Co. (Boston) Astronomical Observatory Regulator clock soared to $52,900 and a rare … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: November 9 to November 13 (11/11/09)
In art, antiques and collectibles news, Sotheby’s has rebound auction results, Jack Ruby’s hat goes for big bucks and still … More >>


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