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Record Attendance Makes West Palm Beach Antiques Festival’s January Show Best Ever (1/18/10)
Dee Dee Corey, a staple at the West Palm Beach Antiques Festival, will again be offering her glass creations at the upcoming February West Palm Beach Antiques Festival, Feb. 5-7, 2010.WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – The West Palm Beach Antiques Festival owners Kay and Bill Puchstein reported an outstanding event … More >>

Marc Porter Appointed Chairman of Christie’s Americas (1/17/10)
NEW YORK – Christie’s has announced the appointment of Marc Porter as Chairman of Christie’s Americas, effective January 2010. In … More >>

Auction of 18th Century Map Depicting the Battle of Long Island to Benefit Housing Works (1/16/10)
Early-American-Prints-2-2010-SquareBannerThis past holiday season, you may have seen the heartwarming news story that was making the rounds about somebody who … More >>

Stevens Auction Company to Host Pair of Important Estate Sales (1/13/10)
This old Sevres porcelain banquet lamp in perfect condition, circa 1860, will be among the 1,000 items up for auction on Jan. 23, 2010, hosted by the Stevens Auction Company.ABERDEEN, Miss. – Two estate sales comprising more than 1,000 mostly fresh-to-the-market lots—including antique furniture, china, silver, hand-made rugs, fantastic … More >>

Auction Report: Joseph Ives Clock Soars to $9,200 at Clock & Horology Sale (1/13/10)
A reverse painted and mirror and wood cased wall clock by Joseph Ives was the top seller of a clock and horology auction hosted by Gordon S. Converse & Co. This clock sold for $9,200.WAYNE, Pa. – A large and important wall-mounted mirror clock made by the New England clockmaker Joseph Ives sold for … More >>

Weekly News Roundup: January 11 to January 16 (1/12/10)
In art, antiques and collectibles news, we find a couple of bad acts and a really good sculpture. From The Independent … More >>

Gordon Ingham Atwater Estate Up for Bid in Live and Internet Auction (1/6/10)
Gordon Ingham Atwater, who died in 1973, was a world-renowned geologist who predicted the first gas crisis. Many wonderful furniture items and fine decorative accessories brought by the Atwaters from New Orleans are being auctioned off in a live and Internet sale by Specialists of the South.PANAMA CITY, Fla. – The estate of the late Gordon Ingham Atwater—the renowned petroleum pioneer who was an expert in … More >>

Antique Firearms, Civil War Items and Mixed Militaria in Upcoming Fontaine’s Auction (1/5/10)
A bronze grouping after John Rogers, titled “The Picket Guards,” is expected to sell for between $10,000 and $15,000 in the Jan. 16, 2010 vintage firearms, Civil War and militaria auction, hosted by Fontaine’s Auction Gallery.PITTSFIELD, Mass. – An important cataloged auction comprising more than 700 lots of rare and vintage firearms, Civil War items … More >>

Weekly News Roundup: January 4 to January 8 (1/5/10)
Heading up art, antiques and collectibles news is a renowned political correspondent’s renowned wine collection, Koon and Hirst taking a … More >>

German WWI Ace Von Tutschek’s Medals among Militaria Offered in Internet Auction (1/4/10)
Three awards pertaining to German World War I ace Adolf Ritter von Tutschek are among the items up for sale in an Internet Auction hosted by The lot of three medals, including von Tutschek’s Blue Max, silver Iron Cross and pilot’s badge is expected to bring $30,000 to $65,000.MATTHEWS. N.C. – A huge assortment of some 1,500 lots of high-quality and mostly fresh to the market items—including ammo, … More >>

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