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Collecting Urge Takes Flight: Massive Single-Owner Lifetime Model Airplane Auction (11/24/09)
Paul Lachat of Winsted, Conn., stands among his massive collection of model planes and other items that will go on auction on Dec. 6, 2009. There are more than 600 completed planes (some made of pine and dating back to the World War II era) and about 500 more kits that he bought but never assembled.WINSTED, Conn. – One of the largest single-owner lifetime collections of model airplanes in existence—well over 1,000 examples, some unassembled … More >>

Auction Report: Carte De Visite of Pres. Garfield as a Civil War General Brings $4,068 (11/24/09)
Rare, signed carte de visite of slain President James A. Garfield, taken during the Civil War brought $4,068 at an auction held Nov. 14-15 by Philip Weiss Auctions.OCEANSIDE, N.Y. – A rare signed carte de visite of former President James A. Garfield—taken when he was a Union … More >>

Weekly News Roundup: November 23 to November 27 (11/23/09)
In art, antiques and collectibles news, a half-smoked cigar shows up, Michael Jackson is still a superstar and big-bucks whiskey. From … More >>

Weekly News Roundup: November 16 to November 20 (11/17/09)
In art, antiques and collectibles headlines, Gucci and Christie’s go after counterfeiters and the most recent Yves Saint Laurent auction … More >>

Original Michael Jackson-Lisa Marie Presley Marriage Certificate to go Up for Auction (11/17/09)
The official signed marriage certificate issued to Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley in the Dominican Republic in 1994 will be the top item up for bid in a Jan. 22-24 auction hosted by Philip Weiss Auctions.OCEANSIDE, N.Y. – The original marriage certificate issued to Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley—signed by both Jackson and Presley—on … More >>

Local Collectors Pitch in to Populate Litchfield (Conn.) Firehouse Benefit Auction (11/17/09)
Auctioneer Tim Chapulis with a guitar signed by the members of the rock group Jay & the Americans, just one of several pieces of rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia items to go up for auction to benefit the Litchfield Firehouse.LITCHFIELD, Conn. – Items gathered from private homes, family estates, important collections and even the contents of a safety deposit … More >>

Fresh-to-Market Lots From North Carolina Estates Highlight Leland Little Auction (11/17/09)
This rare Edgefield District “Dave the Slave” 5-gallon jar in ovoid form, dated 1857, is expected to bring in an estimated $20,000-$30,000 at a Fine & Decorative Arts Cataloged Auction scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 5, hosted by Leland Little Auction & Estate Sales, Ltd.HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. – Nearly 750 lots—including Classical American period art and furniture, Continental furniture; American portraits and traditional American art, … More >>

Old World Restorations Uncovers Unknown Duncanson Landscape Worth $300,000 (11/17/09)
This is the restored Robert Scott Duncanson landscape with the original colors intact.    CINCINNATI – The dingy dirty canvas showed up at Doug Eisele’s Old World Restorations in Cincinnati in March 2009. The … More >>

Auction Report: Thomas Buttersworth Marine Oils Top Gordon S. Converse Auction (11/12/09)
Glasgow & Cutter Scout,” one of two original marine oil paintings by Thomas Buttersworth (Br., 1768-1842), sold for a combined $33,925 at auction on Oct. 21, 2009.WAYNE, Pa. – A pair of gorgeous marine oil paintings by the noted British artist Thomas Buttersworth (1768-1842) sold for … More >>

Auction Report: Astronomical Regulator, Henry Rifle Pace Cottone Auctions Sale (11/12/09)
This rare .44 caliber Henry rifle, purchased by the U.S. Government for use during the Civil War, sold for $48,300 at an sale held by Cottone Auctions in August.GENESEO, N.Y. – A vintage E. Howard & Co. (Boston) Astronomical Observatory Regulator clock soared to $52,900 and a rare … More >>

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