May 18, 2015
A mid-19th century American Plains Indian pipe tomahawk in overall very good condition, with a nice aged patina, is an expected top lot at Mohawk Arms’ Auction #73, online soon an live in Bouckville, N.Y. The auction will conclude June 26-27.
May 15, 2015
An oil painting by the 19th century American landscape artist Thomas Hill (1829-1908), titled Fishing on the Merced River, signed and dated 1891, sold for $180,000 at a fine art auction held April 23rd by Shannon’s Fine Art Auctioneers.
May 12, 2015
A one-of-a-kind Howard & Davis astronomical regulator clock and a rare Seth Thomas No. 20 standing regulator clock with Grande Sonnerie strike and repeat could both reach or surpass $100,000 at Fontaine'scataloged antique auction slated for May 30.
May 11, 2015
A multi-estate auction featuring 521 lots of fine French period furniture, original artwork, sterling silver, antique clocks, decorative accessories and more will be held on Monday, May 25th (Memorial Day), by Edens Auctions, in Flowood, Miss.
May 10, 2015
The single-owner lifetime collection of nearly 350 pieces of American Brilliant Cut Glass, accumulated by William (“Bill”) and Barbara Meek of Naples, Fla., will be sold at a public auction scheduled for Saturday, May 23rd, in St. Charles, Mo.
May 05, 2015
Archives International Auctions (based in Fort Lee, N.J.) will offer over 500 lots of rare Chinese and Asian banknotes, plus scripophily rarities (stocks and bonds), in a public auction on Sunday, May 24. The event will be held in Hong Kong, China.
May 04, 2015
Over 500 lots of high-end collectibles – to include sports uniforms worn by Reggie Jackson, Michael Jordan and Thurman Munson, a collection of railroad passes given to Brigham Young - will be sold on Thursday, May 21st, by Philip Weiss Auctions.
Apr 29, 2015
Two original paintings by the iconic American folk artist Grandma Moses (1860-1961) sold for a combined $114,000 at Nadeau’s Auction Gallery’s spring antiques, fine art and Asian auction, held April 11th at the firm’s gallery in Windsor, Conn.
Apr 28, 2015
A rare, museum-quality rosewood rococo étagère with a bonnet top, made by the renowned 19th century American furniture maker Thomas Brooks, sold for $63,250 to take top lot honors at Stevens Auction Company’s April 18 auction in Meridian, Miss.
Apr 26, 2015
A rare, antique Peters Ammunition poster with an imposing graphic of a bear on a mountain clawed its way to $12,540, while a 1912 Peters Cartridge Company die-cut paper display sign depicting a duck hunter brought $18,240 at an April 10-12 auction.