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Vintage, Collectible Toys on the Block at Serious Toyz Online Auction (10/6/09)
This Linemar tin battery-operated remote-control 1956 Mark II Continental car—in the box—is “is one of the rarest tin cars in the world,” sayd Serious Toyz owner Tom Miano.CROTON-ON-HUDSON, NY — Touted as among the most impressive and diverse online auctions of its kind in years and a … More >>


Renoir Lithograph Tops Dallas Auction Gallery Auction (10/6/09)
Renoir’s "Le Chapeau Epingle"DALLAS – Dallas Auction Gallery recently hosted an important auction featuring a Pierre Auguste Renoir, “Le Chapeau Epingle” lithograph in … More >>


Thomas Butterworth, Andrew Wyeth Works Highlight Converse Auction (10/6/09)
A half-dozen collographs (prints on paper) by Andrew Wyeth are expected to be a highlight at the upcoming Oct. 21 auction to be hosted by Gordon S. Converse & Co.WAYNE, Pa. – Some 200 lots of fine art, period American furniture, decorative accessories—including a pair of oils by Thomas … More >>


Gatling Guns Hits the Mark at Fontaine’s Civil War, Firearms and Militaria Auction (10/6/09)
The top lot of the Civil War, Firearms and Militaria Auction held by Fontaine’s Auction Gallery was this spectacular Colt Model 1883 .45 caliber Gatling gun, which realized $172,500.PITTSFIELD, Mass. – A Colt Model 1883 .45 caliber Gatling gun—the 19th-century precursor to the modern-day machine gun—scored a bull’s … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: Sept. 28 to Oct. 2 (9/29/09)
In art, antiques and collectibles headlines, we find a chess set used in an Ingmar Bergman film selling high, potentially … More >>


Thomas Brooks Rosewood Cylinder Desk Tops All at Kirkwood Mansion Auction (9/28/09)
This rosewood cylinder desk, made in the 1860s by Thomas Brooks, was the top lot at the Kirkwood Mansion Auction, held Sept. 5, bringing in $49,450. As it turns out, the desk will not be moved at all, as the new owners of the mansion won the desk and will keep it where it is.EUTAW, Ala. – A magnificent rosewood cylinder desk, made in the 1860s by Thomas Brooks and standing nine feet, three … More >>


Housing Works to Host ‘Early American Prints’ Charity Auction (9/28/09)
An 18th-century print of George Washington.NEW YORK – Housing Works Auctions announced today that on Wednesday, Oct. 7, it will host “Early American Prints,” a … More >>


18th Cent. Pennsylvania Chippendale Tiger Maple Desk Highlights Multi-Estate Sale (9/28/09)
This late-18th-century Pennsylvania Chippendale tiger maple desk garnered $41,400, making it the top lot at the multi-estate Historic Hillsborough Auction held Sept. 19.HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. – A gorgeous late-18th century Pennsylvania Chippendale tiger maple desk—probably Lancaster County and crafted from strikingly figured tiger … More >>


Gabel Kuro, Wurlizter Jukeboxes to Highlight John Gurrech Collection Auction (9/22/09)
This extremely rare 1940 Gabel Kuro jukebox, completely restored and one of only a few known to exist, will highlight the upcoming auction of jukebox and advertising collector John Gurrech on Oct. 3.NORTHPORT, Ala. – The world-famous jukebox and advertising collection of the late John Gurrech of Houston, Tex., including an extremely … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: Sept. 21-25, 2009 (9/21/09)
Starting out art, auction and collectibles news is an armed robbery of a Rene Magritte painting worth €3 million, … More >>


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