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Auction Report: Oldest Existing Original ‘Flying Car’ Soars to $65,175 (4/1/10)
The oldest original “flying car,” built in 1935 and meant to be flown house to house, topped the March 13-14, 2010 auction hosted by Red Baron Antiques, selling for $65,175.ATLANTA – The oldest original “flying car”—built in 1935 and the brainchild of Frank Skroback, a retired industrial technician and … More >>

Auction Report: Philadelphia-Made 1854 Gothic Bookcases Net $115,000 (4/1/10)
One of four matching American Gothic bookcases that was the top lot at a multi-estate sale held Mar. 13, 2010, brought $115,000.NORTHPORT, Ala. – A monumental set of four matching American Gothic bookcases, beautifully crafted in Philadelphia in 1854 and attributed … More >>

International Society of Appraisers Turns 30, Hires New Executive Director (4/1/10)
isa logoCHICAGO – The International Society of Appraisers has announced the appointment of Joe Jackson, CAE, as the new executive director … More >>

No-Reserve Sale of Dale Gabel’s Personal Lifetime Collection Hosted by Woody’s (4/1/10)
A par of 11-inch Mont Joye square-shaped art glass vases with floral décor and gold highlights will be among the 850 lots up for auction in no-reserve auction of the single-owner lifetime collection of Dale Gabel on April 9-10, 2010.ST. CHARLES, Mo. – The outstanding single-owner lifetime collection of Dale Gabel—a dedicated collector of antiques in a wide range … More >>

The Home and Contents of Chesapeake, Va. Antiques Dealer Up for Auction (4/1/10)
This vintage late-19th-century cast-iron bank featuring an eagle with eaglets from the Carl and Barbara Moulton estate will be among the items up for auction on April 17, 2010.CHESAPEAKE, Va. – The third part of the Carl and Barbara Moulton estate sale—comprising the couple’s lovely Chesapeake home, plus … More >>

No Need To Look Further: It’s All There at ICA’s Spring Classic in Charlotte, N.C. (3/30/10)
Some of the many treasures that can be found at the International Collectibles & Antique Shows “Big Spring Classic” in Charlotte, N.C.CHARLOTTE, NC – “From Antique to Shabby Chic and Everything in Between” describes the variety of treasures, pleasures and surprises … More >>

Weekly News Roundup: March 29 to April 2 (3/29/10)
Sifting through arts, antiques and collectibles news, we find a painting from Princess Diana’s childhood home, a portrait of George … More >>

Firefighting Items, Arcade Machines, Rare Toys & Banks on the Block (3/26/10)
 “The War Game” mermaid coin-op arcade machine by Matheson Mfg. is estimated to bring between $200,000 and $300,000 at a Showtime Auction Services auction on April 9-11, 2010.ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Nearly 2,000 lots from several major collections in an array of categories—including firefighting items from the … More >>

Weekly News Roundup: March 22 to March 26 (3/22/10)
RembrandtIn art, antiques and collectibles news, the FBI offers a big reward in a big, big art theft, corrals a … More >>

Picasso Masterpiece from Celebrated ‘Blue Period’ to be Auctioned this Summer (3/22/10)
Portrait of Angel Fernandez de Soto,” painted by Pablo Picasso in 1903, is among the pieces up for auction in an Impressionist and Modern Art sale at Christie’s in London this summer. The painting will be priced at £30 million to £40 million.LONDON – An exceptionally important and highly celebrated painting by Pablo Picasso from the artist’s celebrated “Blue Period” will be … More >>

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