Nov 12, 2019
Auction season is in full swing and Andrew Jones Auctions has much in store for its Sunday, November 24th DTLA Collections & Estates auction, online and in the gallery at 2221 South Main Street in downtown Los Angeles, at 10:30 am Pacific time.
Nov 11, 2019
An outstanding set of carved alabaster angels having gold-gilded wings and amazing overall detail sold for $28,800 and an important oil on canvas painting of Columbus's discovery of America by Nicolaas Pieneman (Dutch, 1809-1860) brought $41,600.
Nov 08, 2019
Poster Auctions International's third sale of the year—Auction LXXIX, held Oct. 27, online and at the PAI gallery in Manhattan—finished at $1.707 million in sales, providing acclaim for important works of the Art Nouveau and Art Deco eras.
Nov 06, 2019
A rare and important silver tankard crafted around 1710 by the Huguenot silversmith Bartholomew Le Roux (N.Y., 1663-1713), made for the Van Rensselaer family and only the third known example ever discovered, is an expected headliner in the sale.
Nov 05, 2019
A large selection of fresh estate fine art and antiques from several homes around New England – to include a 1939 Cadillac Series 75 convertible sedan and a 1948 Ford Woodie V8 wagon, both New Hampshire barn finds – will come up for bid Nov. 16.
Nov 01, 2019
It was an exciting night at Shannon's last Thursday, October 24th. With a full room of bidders, a bank of 20 phone bidders and participation from online bidding platforms, Shannon's kicked off a robust auction that resulted in over $2.3 million.
Oct 31, 2019
A Nintendo Pokémon "Pikachu Illustrator" trainer promotional hologram trading card, graded in Mint 9 condition and given to a winner at the 1998 CoroCoro Comic illustration contest in Japan, soared to $224,250 (a new world auction record).
Oct 30, 2019
A large bronze figure depicting the Greek god Harpokrates from the Late Period (circa 664-332 BC), a Greek Gnathian skyphos (deep cup-shaped vessel) from the 4th century BC, and a Mayan polychrome jar from the Ulua Valley of Honduras will be sold.
Oct 29, 2019
On Monday, November 18, a uniquely American collection of historical amusement park artifacts will come up for bid at Gray's Auctioneers in Cleveland. The venerable amusement park Cedar Point has deaccessioned pieces from the museum's collection.
Oct 28, 2019
A fossilized woolly mammoth tusk measuring 93 inches long, a Steinway Model L ebonized baby grand player piano, a collection of 19th century Russian icons and a pair of superb men's Rolex wristwatches are just a few of the expected top lots.