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Rare Hawkes Coronet Pattern Tray Tops American Brilliant Cut Glass Auction (9/14/09)
This oval-shaped tray in the Coronet pattern by Hawkes was the top lot at an auction of several American Brilliant Cut Glass collections hosted by Woody Auctions, netting $27,000.ST. CHARLES, Mo. – A rare American Brilliant Cut Glass (ABCG) oval-shaped tray in the Coronet pattern by Hawkes was … More >>


ISA Offering Six-Day ‘Appraisal of Antiques and Residential Contents’ Course (9/8/09)
CHICAGO – The International Society of Appraisers will offer a course to help handle one of the knotty issues many … More >>


Ex-UPS President Wallace’s Advertising, Gambling, Saloon Collection to be Auctioned (9/8/09)
A later replica of the famous Moxiemobile, an advertising vehicle that promoted the soft drink Moxie, will highlight the auction of the Ron Wallace collection.ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The entire collection of Ron Wallace, a dedicated collector for over 30 years and former president … More >>


Astounding 5-Pound, Brain-Like Pearl Highlights Weekend Auction (9/8/09)
The expected top lot of this weekend’s Phillip Weiss Auction event is this astounding five-pound pearl, measuring six inches in diameter.OCEANSIDE, N.Y. – An incredible, five-pound pearl—measuring six inches in diameter and bearing an uncanny resemblance to a human brain—is … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: Aug. 31-Sept. 4, 2009 (8/31/09)
In art, antiques and collectibles news is Sotheby’s taking a rating hit, a tennis memorabilia auction coinciding with the U.S. … More >>


Rare California Clubhouse Whiskey Bottle—First Ever to be Auctioned—Brings $30,240 (8/31/09)
This California Clubhouse whiskey bottle, made circa 1872-74 and only one of nine known examples, sold for $30,240 at an Internet auction hosted by the American Bottle Auction.SACRAMENTO, Calif. – A medium chocolate amber California Clubhouse Whiskey bottle, made circa 1872-74 and one of only nine examples … More >>


Christie’s First Open Sale Kicks off Fall Season of Post-War & Contemporary Art (8/31/09)
Flowers,” by Andy Warhol (1964), highlights the Christie’s First Open sale of Post-War and Contemporary Art, to be held on Sept. 23, 2009.NEW YORK — Appealing to a variety of collecting portfolios, Christie’s First Open sale of Post-War and Contemporary Art will … More >>


Fine Art, Period Furniture, Accessories from Carolina Estates on the Block (8/31/09)
Original oil on canvas rendering of a sunset by American painter Elliott Dangerfield (estimated to sell for between $15,000 and $25,000, at a Carolina estates sale hosted by Leland Little Auctions.HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. – More than 700 lots of fine art, period furniture and decorative accessories from prominent Carolina estates and … More >>


Mohawk Neon Porcelain Sign Soars to $30,250 at Petroliana Auction (8/31/09)
The top lot at an August Petroliana & Gas Station Collectibles Auction was this Mohawk Gasoline single-sided porcelain neon sign, which soared to $30,250.DES MOINES, Iowa – A Mohawk Gasoline neon single-sided porcelain sign, graded 9 on a scale of 1 to 10 … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: Aug. 24-28, 2009 (8/23/09)
In art, antiques and collectibles news, we find an infamous fedora, some expensive antique cars not roaring off the auction … More >>


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