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  • Apr 12 2010
  • 12 Apr 2010

Emperor Maximilian Diamond, Catherine the Great Brooch Highlight Jewelry Auction

NEW YORK – Two exceptional jewels with fascinating histories—the Emperor Maximilian Diamond and the Catherine the Great Emerald and Diamond Brooch—will highlight Christie’s first major […]

  • Apr 7 2010
  • 7 Apr 2010

Three Spectacular Auctions Highlight Christie’s Spring Season of Photographs

NEW YORK – The three separate sales of photograph collections, include two single-owner collections–“Three Decades with Irving Penn: Photographs from the Collection of Patricia McCabe” […]

  • Apr 6 2010
  • 6 Apr 2010

Elvis’ Original 1957 Contract to Purchase Graceland to Be Sold at Auction

OCEANSIDE, N.Y. – Philip Weiss Auctions is offering yet another blockbusting piece of rock ‘n’ roll history: the original contract to purchase Graceland in Memphis, […]

  • Apr 6 2010
  • 6 Apr 2010

Opal & Diamond Necklace Reputedly Owned by Elsie de Wolfe To Be Sale Centerpiece

AUSTIN, Texas – A superb circa-1900 gold necklace laden with 45 carats of fine Australian fire opals, diamonds and freshwater pearls—said to have been the […]

  • Apr 1 2010
  • 1 Apr 2010

Auction Report: Oldest Existing Original ‘Flying Car’ Soars to $65,175

ATLANTA – The oldest original “flying car”—built in 1935 and the brainchild of Frank Skroback, a retired industrial technician and electrician from Syracuse, N.Y. —soared […]

  • Apr 1 2010
  • 1 Apr 2010

Auction Report: Philadelphia-Made 1854 Gothic Bookcases Net $115,000

NORTHPORT, Ala. – A monumental set of four matching American Gothic bookcases, beautifully crafted in Philadelphia in 1854 and attributed to the workshop of Crawford […]

  • Apr 1 2010
  • 1 Apr 2010

No-Reserve Sale of Dale Gabel’s Personal Lifetime Collection Hosted by Woody’s

ST. CHARLES, Mo. – The outstanding single-owner lifetime collection of Dale Gabel—a dedicated collector of antiques in a wide range of categories—will be sold without […]

  • Mar 22 2010
  • 22 Mar 2010

Picasso Masterpiece from Celebrated ‘Blue Period’ to be Auctioned this Summer

LONDON – An exceptionally important and highly celebrated painting by Pablo Picasso from the artist’s celebrated “Blue Period” will be among the pieces up for […]

  • Mar 18 2010
  • 18 Mar 2010

Rare Kelly Tires Sign Brings $13,200 at Spring Petroliana & Advertising Auction

PEOTONE, Ill. – An extremely rare Kelly Tires double-sided tin trade sign, 24 inches in diameter and showing a lady waving while driving, sold for […]

  • Mar 18 2010
  • 18 Mar 2010

Auction Report: Three Early Detective Comics Sell for a Combined $77,790

OCEANSIDE, N.Y. – Three early “Detective Comics” from the late 1930s sold for a combined $77,790 at a multi-estate sale held the weekend of Feb. […]