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Original (Still Working) Apple I Computer Sells for Twice Top Estimate at $374,000 (6/15/12)
Apple INEW YORK – An Apple I Computer—the 1976 device that heralded the start of the personal computing revolution—sold for $374,500 … More >>


WorthPoint Joins with ‘Jewelry Camp’ to Promote Knowledge of Antique, Estate Jewelry (6/14/12)
estate jewelryATLANTA — WorthPoint Corporation, the world’s largest resource for researching, valuing and buying/selling art, antiques and vintage collectibles, has announced … More >>


Three Lots of Gene Kelly Memorabilia Up for Auction at Sotheby’s (6/8/12)
singin in the rainNEW YORK – A remarkable collection of memorabilia that was once owned by the actor and singer Gene Kelly will … More >>


San Francisco Iconoclast Henry Africa’s Superb Tiffany Lamps to Cross the Block (6/6/12)
Eddie Rickenbacker’sNEW YORK – Norman Jay Hobday—a.k.a. “Henry Africa,” a fixture in the San Francisco saloon scene for 50 years—was credited … More >>


WorthPoint Services Draw Raves from Customers (6/5/12)
yankeses 1950 programPeople use WorthPoint.com for many different purposes every day, from researching items they own or are antiques and collectibles dealers … More >>


9,000-Year-Old Neolithic Judean Desert Mask Highlights Christie’s Antiquities Sale (5/31/12)
linestone maskNEW YORK – A 9,000-year-old limestone mask from the Judean desert that is among the earliest sculptural types to survive … More >>


Financier & Philanthropist Charles Hoeflich Estate to be Sold at Benefit Auction (5/30/12)
Elderberry FarmHATFIELD, Pa. – The Americana Collection from the estate of Charles H. Hoeflich—a well-regarded financier and philanthropist from Southeastern Pennsylvania … More >>


One of the Rarest American Coins Could Cash in at $2-$4 Million in Auction (5/30/12)
1870 coin obverseALPHARETTA, Ga. – One of the rarest coins in American history—the legendary 1870-S $3 gold piece, only two of which … More >>


Sotheby’s Offers Fully Functioning Apple I – Jobs & Wozniak’s First Computer (5/30/12)
Apple 1 circut boardNEW YORK – Sotheby’s is to offer an Apple I—an exceptionally rare working example of the first Apple computer—with the … More >>


Mohawk Arms Girding for Sweeping Militaria Sale Spanning Generations & Wars (5/22/12)
SONY DSCBOUCKVILLE, N.Y. – An actual button from George Washington’s inauguration, an American War of 1812 chapeau (hat), part of a … More >>


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