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Weekly News Roundup: Aug. 10-14, 2009 (8/10/09)
In art, antiques and collectibles news, a glittery glove is up for sale, a list of the most expensive celebrity … More >>


Auction Report: Hot Deals Realized at Sizzling Mississippi Mansion Sale (8/10/09)
The top lot of the sale at the Belle Oaks mansion in Macon, Miss., was this beautiful 4-piece parlor suite by J.H. Belter, circa 1855 ($11,550).MACON, Miss. – A beautiful four-piece parlor suite by the 19th-century New York furniture maker John Henry Belter, in the … More >>


Landmark St. Joseph Restaurant’s Building, Memorabilia & Equipment to go on the Block (8/10/09)
The landmark JudyST. JOSEPH, Mo. – Judy’s D&G Restaurant—a landmark St. Joseph dining facility that had operated continuously from its opening during … More >>


Auction Report: President Garfield Ambrotypes & Daguerreotypes Top Sale (8/10/09)
Four of the nine ambrotype and daguerreotype images pertaining to James A. Garfield that brought $21,470, highlighting the three-day Philip Weiss Auctions event on July 31-Aug. 2, 2009.OCEANSIDE, N.Y. – An historic archive comprising nine ambrotype and daguerreotype images of James A. Garfield—taken in the 1850s and … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: Aug. 3-7, 2009 (8/4/09)
In art, antiques and collectibles headlines is Barbra Streisand selling items for good causes, a potential Chicago real-estate steal and … More >>


Exotic Ivory, Fine Art and a Great Big Rock Sell in West Palm Beach (8/4/09)
This ivory concentric ball (Chinese, circa 1850) with chrysanthemums containing approximately twelve inner loose balls with pierced trellis design, supported by the stand with a standing boy holding a peach, sold for $2,150. WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – A large ivory collection from a Miami doctor, the result of a 30-year collecting effort, … More >>


Fontaine’s Civil War Auction Grows by 300 Lots, Adds Second Day (8/4/09)
This Gatling gun is expected to bring $150,000-$250,000 at the Civil War, Firearms & Militaria at Fontaine’s Auction Gallery the weekend of Aug. 15-16. A second Gatling gun will also be sold that weekend.PITTSFIELD, Mass. – What started out as a 500-lot, one-day auction of Civil War, Firearms & Militaria at Fontaine’s Auction … More >>


Rare J. Chein & Co. Toys Mark Single-Owner Collection Sale (8/4/09)
Bidder interest will be keen for the group of Chein toys--a 17-inch Hercules Ferris Wheel (circa 1950s), a Playland Merry-Go-Round carousel with children seated atop horses and swan coaches, and a very rare Aeroplane Whirler Space Ride (circa 1960s)--at a single-owener auction hosted by Clarity Sells Auction Gallery on Aug. 15, 2009CLEVELAND, Tenn. – A large single-owner collection comprising some 400 lots in an array of categories—to include Chein toys, Coca-Cola … More >>


After Six Months in Business, Amenia, N.Y., Antique Shop to be Liquidated at Auction (7/31/09)
Happy Endings Antiques, in Amenia, N.Y., will sell off its entire collection before shutting its doors after only six months in Business. The owner says combination of factors—chief among them the poor economy—are forcing her to close the shop.AMENIA, N.Y. – The entire contents of Happy Endings Antiques—featuring some 500 lots in a broad array of categories—will be … More >>


Weekly News Roundup: July 27-31, 2009 (7/28/09)
Topping art, antiques and collectibles news, we find bankrupt Lehman Brothers unloading its art collection, Brandeis University returning fire, stolen … More >>


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