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Weiss Auction Items Run the Gamut: Stamps, Coins, Comic Art and Rock ‘N’ Roll (9/21/09)
Lots pertaining to reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes will be sold, including this signed flight cover, will be among the hundreds of items in an impressive array of categories up for auction on Oct. 3-4.OCEANSIDE, N.Y. – Hundreds of quality, fresh-to-the-market items in an impressive array of categories—to include stamps, coins, rare books, autographs, … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: Sept. 14-18, 2009 (9/14/09)
Headlining art, antiques and collectibles news are some stolen Warhol portraits, a stolen note from Jackie Kennedy and photographer Annie … More >>


Rare Hawkes Coronet Pattern Tray Tops American Brilliant Cut Glass Auction (9/14/09)
This oval-shaped tray in the Coronet pattern by Hawkes was the top lot at an auction of several American Brilliant Cut Glass collections hosted by Woody Auctions, netting $27,000.ST. CHARLES, Mo. – A rare American Brilliant Cut Glass (ABCG) oval-shaped tray in the Coronet pattern by Hawkes was … More >>


ISA Offering Six-Day ‘Appraisal of Antiques and Residential Contents’ Course (9/8/09)
CHICAGO – The International Society of Appraisers will offer a course to help handle one of the knotty issues many … More >>


Ex-UPS President Wallace’s Advertising, Gambling, Saloon Collection to be Auctioned (9/8/09)
A later replica of the famous Moxiemobile, an advertising vehicle that promoted the soft drink Moxie, will highlight the auction of the Ron Wallace collection.ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The entire collection of Ron Wallace, a dedicated collector for over 30 years and former president … More >>


Astounding 5-Pound, Brain-Like Pearl Highlights Weekend Auction (9/8/09)
The expected top lot of this weekend’s Phillip Weiss Auction event is this astounding five-pound pearl, measuring six inches in diameter.OCEANSIDE, N.Y. – An incredible, five-pound pearl—measuring six inches in diameter and bearing an uncanny resemblance to a human brain—is … More >>


A Primer on the Brimfield Antiques and Collectibles Shows and Assorted Events (9/1/09)
The Brimfield Antiques and Collectibles Show, and surrounding independent events, as seen from the air.I normally write an article on shows I attend after the event, when I have returned home to my trusty/rusty/crusty … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: Aug. 31-Sept. 4, 2009 (8/31/09)
In art, antiques and collectibles news is Sotheby’s taking a rating hit, a tennis memorabilia auction coinciding with the U.S. … More >>


Rare California Clubhouse Whiskey Bottle—First Ever to be Auctioned—Brings $30,240 (8/31/09)
This California Clubhouse whiskey bottle, made circa 1872-74 and only one of nine known examples, sold for $30,240 at an Internet auction hosted by the American Bottle Auction.SACRAMENTO, Calif. – A medium chocolate amber California Clubhouse Whiskey bottle, made circa 1872-74 and one of only nine examples … More >>


Christie’s First Open Sale Kicks off Fall Season of Post-War & Contemporary Art (8/31/09)
Flowers,” by Andy Warhol (1964), highlights the Christie’s First Open sale of Post-War and Contemporary Art, to be held on Sept. 23, 2009.NEW YORK — Appealing to a variety of collecting portfolios, Christie’s First Open sale of Post-War and Contemporary Art will … More >>


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