The 2021 Virtual Penn Dry Goods Market Antiques Show & Sale
Jun 04-06, 2021Michaan's Auctions Gallery Auction
May 14-15, 2021
LAMBERTVILLE, N.J.— A Dandelion lamp made by Tiffany Studios for the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris sold for $3,745,000 at Rago on May 13, setting an auction record for any work by the make. Read Full Article.
CHICAGO – When a gentleman in Atlanta, Ga., consigned a large collection of furniture, fine and decorative arts to Hindman Auctions, the firm opted to present the collection as the basis for a sa. Read Full Article.
Everyone knows that person who can name every chair in the book, but you probably don’t know the guy who can name the designer of the tape dispenser, the pogo stick, the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile . Read Full Article.
CRANSTON, R.I. – Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers conducted its first-ever historic arms and militaria auction on May 1, the sale featuring more than 400 lots of historic material from the American . Read Full Article.
DEERFIELD, MASS. – Historic Deerfield has named John Davis, former provost and under secretary for museums, education and research at the Smithsonian Institution, as president and chief executive. Read Full Article.
DALLAS – Joseph Christian Leyendecker’s “Beat-up Boy, Football Hero,” which appeared on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post on November 21, 1914, sold Friday,. Read Full Article.
HUDSON, N.Y. – Colin Stair continued a streak of well-performing single-owner sales on May 6 when he offered nearly 400 lots from the Greenwich Village, N.Y., shop of antiques dealer, Niall Smith. Read Full Article.
NEW YORK CITY – Leopold Seyffert’s (American, 1887-1956) “Black and Gold” was not the top lot in Doyle’s May 5 sale of American paintings, furniture and decorative arts but it set a recor. Read Full Article.
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