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Red Wing Pottery Museum Grand Opening Headlines Pottery Collectors Society Convention (6/18/14)
A display of Red Wing stoneware crocks. The Red Wing Collectors Society’s annual convention will take place July 10-12 in Red Wing, Minn.RED WING, Minn. – Every year, the Red Wing Collectors Society’s annual convention proves to be a great time for … More >>


World’s Most Valuable Stamp Sets Fourth World Record at $9.5 Million (6/17/14)
A humble, dirty and heavily postmarked 1856 British Guiana One-Cent Magenta stamp is set to become the world’s most valuable stamp—for the fourth time—when it goes up for auction tonight at Sotheby’s.A humble, dirty and heavily postmarked 1-cent stamp from 19th-century British Guyana has become the world’s most valuable stamp—for the … More >>


Back on Top: World’s Most Valuable Stamp Expected to Set Fourth World Record (6/17/14)
A humble, dirty and heavily postmarked 1856 British Guiana One-Cent Magenta stamp is set to become the world’s most valuable stamp—for the fourth time—when it goes up for auction tonight at Sotheby’s.A humble, dirty and heavily postmarked 1-cent stamp from 19th-century British Guyana is set to become the world’s most valuable … More >>


Militaria Spanning Multiple Wars, Generations to Cross Block at Mohawk Arms Sale (6/11/14)
This monumental German Second World War Reichstag National Culture Gobelin tapestry, measuring 11 feet, 10 inches by 10 feet, 2 inches, is expected to be the top lot in Mohawk Arms’ Auction #71, a live and internet auction that ends June 13-14. It carries a presale estimate of $25,000.BOUCKVILLE, N.Y. – A spectacular German Second World War tapestry that could have hung in the Reichstag building in Berlin, … More >>


Dr. Bode Collection of Worldwide Banknotes to Highlight International Paper Money Show (6/10/14)
Memphis postcardMEMPHIS, Tenn. – The Dr. Richard Bode Collection—an astounding compilation of worldwide banknotes ranging from the earliest known currency from … More >>


Asian Carvings, Works of Art to Lead Elite Decorative Arts Sale (6/9/14)
This large, 19th-century Chinese porcelain screen consisting of four main panels, 38 ½ inches by 46 ¾ inches overall, is expected to realize between $30,000 and $40,000 or more at the Elite Decorative Arts’ upcoming Fine Asian Carvings & Works of Art Auction, slated for June 14.BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. – A large and important 19th-century Chinese porcelain screen, an extraordinary and intricately carved Chinese red coral … More >>


John Lennon Drawings & Manuscript Sale Fetches $2.9 Million—Twice High Estimate (6/4/14)
“Untitled Illustration of a Four-Eyed Guitar Player,” a black ink drawing penned by John Lennon, realized $109,375—the highest price paid for a drawing in the John Lennon: ‘You Might Well Arsk’: Original Drawings and Manuscripts, 1964-65 auction held at Sotheby’s on June 4.The single-owner auction, John Lennon: ‘You Might Well Arsk’: Original Drawings And Manuscripts, 1964-65—featuring Lennon’s original artwork and autographed manuscripts … More >>


A True Southern Lady’s Lifetime Collection, Estate of to be sold at Auction (6/4/14)
The lifetime collection and estate of the late Zoe Spedale—a socialite, true Southern lady and wife of a world-renowned surgeon, who appointed their spectacular Louisiana home (above) with the finest artwork, furniture and decorative accessories life had to offer, gathered quite literally from around the word—will be sold on Saturday, June 7, by Stevens Auction Company in Aberdeen.ABERDEEN, Miss. – The lifetime collection and estate of the late Zoe Spedale—a socialite, true Southern lady and wife of … More >>


Porcelain Retrieved from 1690 Chinese Shipwreck to Highlight Auction (6/3/14)
Chinese blue and white kangxi porcelain finger bowl with blue banding on interior, exterior with landscape with buildings and rocks, was purportedly recovered from the Vung Tau, a ship that sank off the coast of Vietnam in the late 17th century. Despite its history, it has a modest auction estimate, as it is expected to fetch between $100 and $200. ATLANTA – Porcelain pieces retrieved from a Chinese shipwreck in 1690, as well as important paintings by noted British artists … More >>


Norman Rockwell’s Iconic ‘The Rookie’ Hits a Home Run at Auction (5/23/14)
The Rookie (Red Sox Locker Room)NEW YORK – Norman Rockwell’s iconic baseball painting “The Rookie (Red Sox Locker Room)” sold for $22,565,000 May 22 to … More >>


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