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Important 1734 Henry Popple Maps of Colonial North America to Sell Online (8/17/09)
Henry Popple’s “Map of the British Empire in North America,” published in 1734, is expected top lot of the Sept. 4-16 Internet hosted by Old World Auctions.SEDONA, Ariz. – One of the most important maps of Colonial North America—Henry Popple’s “Map of the British Empire in … More >>

Contents of Famous Alabama Antebellum Home Will Be Auctioned (8/17/09)
This rosewood and birdEUTAW, Ala. – The contents of the Kirkwood mansion – one of the most famous and stately privately-owned antebellum homes … More >>

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 >>

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