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Eisele Gallery of Fine Art Presents Four Exhibitions with a Cincinnati Flavor (10/20/09)
"War Party" by John Hauser (1858-1913)CINCINNATI – Eisele Gallery of Fine Art has pulled together an outstanding collection of over 750 original works of art … More >>


Canadian Art Dealer’s Purchase Is Lost Da Vinci Portrait (10/19/09)
Lost Da Vinci PortraitA Canadian art dealer bought a portrait for $19,000 two years ago has turned out to be a good investment, … More >>


Auction Report: Extremely Rare 1940 Gabel Kuro Jukebox Soars to Record $120,750 (10/19/09)
This extremely rare 1940 Gabel Kuro jukebox, one of only six known, sold for a world record $120,750 and was the top-selling item at a sale hosted by Hal Hunt Auctions on Oct. 3.NORTHPORT, Ala. – An extremely rare 1940 Gabel Kuro jukebox—nicknamed “the last jukebox” and one of only six known—sold for … More >>


$8 Million in Furnishing from Famed Yellowstone Club to be Auctioned (10/19/09)
Eleven tractor trailers and $8 million worth of inventory from the Yellowstone Club in Montana will be sold Nov. 6-8 by Red BaronATLANTA – Eleven tractor trailers’ worth of the finest and most fantastic furnishings from the world-famous Yellowstone Club in Montana—valued … More >>


West Palm Beach Antiques Festival Owners Consolidate Interest, Plan Upgrades (10/19/09)
Alligators are never an endangered species in Larry Roberts’ booth of Florida souvenirs, memorabilia and collectibles at the West Palm Beach Antiques Festival.WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – West Palm Beach Antiques Festival owners, Bill and Kay Puchstein, consolidated their ownership position of … More >>


Stevens Auction Co. to Host Pair of Estate Sales with a Southern Flair (10/13/09)
Walnut Victorian marble-top parlor table attributed to Thomas Brooks (circa 1860) is one of the many items from Southern estates that will be up for sale on Oct. 17 and Oct. 31 by Stevens Auction Company.ABERDEEN, Miss. – For collectors interested in redecorating with a Southern flair, October promises to offer some great opportunities, as … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: October 12 to October 16 (10/12/09)
In art, antiques and collectibles news, a renowned toy collector dies, a drawing turns out to be a da Vinci … More >>


Collector Books Issues New Editions of Popular Volumes (10/12/09)
"Collector’s Encyclopedia of Depression Glass"Collector Books is proud to announce the publication of five new editions of its popular books, and is offering a … More >>


Auction Report: ‘Peanuts’ Strip, Signed ‘Lord of the Rings’ Set Highlight Weiss Auction (10/12/09)
The top lot at the most recent Philip Weiss auction was this original “Peanuts” comic strip from 1954 by Charles Schulz, which gaveled for $28,250.OCEANSIDE, N.Y. – A 3-volume set of the iconic “Lord of the Rings” trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien, with one of … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: October 5 to October 9 (10/6/09)
In art, antiques and collectibles headlines, we find that Los Angels Lakers star Kobe Bryant is no longer persona non … More >>


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