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John Dillinger’s Wooden Gun, Letters & Personal Effects in Heritage Auction Sale (12/8/09)
Probably the single most iconic item associated with John Dillinger is the legendary "wooden gun" he carved and used to escape from the Crown Point, Ind. Jail on March 3, 1934.DALLAS – What is, without doubt, the greatest collection of John Dillinger artifacts ever to be assembled and offered for … More >>


Howard & Davis Astronomical Regulator Sells for Record $161,000 at Fontaine’s Auction (12/8/09)
The top lot of the Nov. 20-21, 2009 Fontaine’s Auction Gallery auction was this Howard & Davis astronomical regulator, which brought a record $161,000.PITTSFIELD, Mass. – E. Howard & Company has been producing high-grade watches, regulators and marine clocks since its inception in … More >>


Country Music Star Taylor Swift Shops at Music Valley and Tailgate Shows (12/8/09)
Taylor Swift with dealer Marilyn Haley (left) and Bea Starr at the Music Valley and Tailgate Shows in Nashville.Who says there are no young buyers attending Antique Shows these days? You never know who will show up … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: December 7 to December 11 (12/7/09)
Art, antiques and collectibles headlines include sports memorabilia staying power, a 19th-century buckskin shirt expected to lasso in big bucks … More >>


Christie’s December Photographs Sale in New York Offers Exceptional Array of Works (12/3/09)
Thomas Struth’s “Grab von Lu Xun, Shanghai Express, 1997” is estimated to bring $20,000-30,000 at an auction of photographs at Christie’s New York on Dec. 7, 2009.NEW YORK – Christie’s is pleased to announce the sale of photographs on Dec. 7 that will conclude the auction … More >>


Auction Report: Wyeth’s ‘Above The Narrows’ Leads $32.3M American Art Sale (12/3/09)
Above the Narrows,” by Andrew Wyeth, is among the works featuring three generations of Wyeths to come up for auction at Christie’s Important American Paintings, Drawings, and Sculpture auction on Dec. 2, 2009 in New York.NEW YORK – Andrew Wyeth’s tempera on panel painting “Above The Narrows” brought $6.9 million at Christie’s Important American Paintings, … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: November 30 to December 4 (12/2/09)
Givenchy dress from "How to Steal a Million"In art, antiques and collectible news, we find Audrey Hepburn, Alice in Wonderland, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Cormac McCarthy and a … More >>


Three Generations of Wyeths Highlight Christie’s American Art Sale (11/25/09)
Above the Narrows,” by Andrew Wyeth, is among the works featuring three generations of Wyeths to come up for auction at Christie’s Important American Paintings, Drawings, and Sculpture auction on Dec. 2, 2009 in New York.NEW YORK – Significant and deeply personal work by the late Andrew Wyeth that has not been available on the … More >>


George Washington Letter Endorsing U.S. Constitution Estimated to Bring $1.5-2.5M (11/25/09)
A revealing and poignant George Washington letter sent to his nephew Bushrod Washington, is considered one of the most important Washington letter to come to auction in many years and is estimated to bring in $1.5-$2.5 million.NEW YORK – A letter from George Washington to his trusted nephew Bushrod Washington, considered one of the most significant … More >>


Distinguished Private Collections Lead Three Books and Manuscripts Auction (11/25/09)
This extremely rare first edition of Edgar Allan Poe’s first book, “Tamerlane”—a collection of poems published in 1827—is expected to bring in between $500,000 and $700,000 at Christie’s The William E. Self Library Part I: Important English and American Literature auction.NEW YORK – On Dec. 4 and Dec. 9, Christie’s New York will present three sales offering over 550 lots … More >>


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