Auction Report: Heritage Has Original Dr Pepper Formula
When what is widely considered to be the original formula for Dr Pepper crosses the auction block at Heritage Auction Galleries on May 13 , […]
Auction Report: Bonhams European Furniture and Decorative Arts
A connoisseur’s auction, bar none, Bonhams and Butterfields presents an extraordinary collection of more than 1,500 hundred lots in this, not to be missed, Fine […]
Sports Collectibles News March 2-6
The past few weeks have been busy for the world of sports and sports collectibles. To make sure you’re in tune with the latest sports […]
Auction Report: Pook and Pook Variety Results
Earlier this month, we previewed Pook and Pook Auctions’ two-day Variety sale. This Downingtown, Pa., company gained national attention in 1999 when it enjoyed the […]
’Tis the season
Ahh, the wonderful holiday season. Good cheer. Good parties. Mistletoe. Eggnog. Also the time to reach out and say hi to friends and family. This […]
Auction Report: GoAntiques Online Posters
With more than 500 posters in its Dec. 16 live auction, GoAntiques has cornered the market for period, authentic posters in this very exciting sale. GoAntiques is the only virtual marketplace in the art, antiques and collectibles industry offering an integrated, one-step solution for both storefront and live-auction selling.
Auction Report: December 10, 2008
With most of our partner auction houses that specialize in fine art, antiques and collectibles going on hiatus for the holidays—and by the way, stay tuned, there are some great sales coming up after the first of the year—I turned to iGavel not as a last resort but, I admit this in all candor, to check them out for the first time.
Auction Report: December 3, 2008
Since 1984, Pook and Pook Auctions in Downingtown, Pa., has conducted some of the most credible sales of antiques, collectibles and memorabilia. Ronald and Debra Pook, a husband-and-wife team, have committed themselves to a level of credibility second to none.
Auction Report: November 4, 2008
For those of you who have been following the WorthPoint articles on the Salvation Army gold kettle coins, the sales results are in. These coin collectibles were sold at auction on October 24. Through the generosity of anonymous contributors tossing antique $20 gold coins into the Salvation Army pots, a realized total of $4,700 will go to aid the Salvation Army. Most of the coins, with average estimates of between $750 and $950, realized their estimates, none exceeded them.
Auction report: October 27, 2008
For those of you who have never been to a live auction, where some of your favorite antiques, collectibles and memorabilia are up for sale and it’s something that you have been meaning to do, don’t wait.