NEW YORK CITY — On July 20, the 48th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, the bag used by Neil Armstrong to bring back to Earth the very first samples of lunar material sold to applause for. Read Full Article.
LARCHMONT, N.Y. – Shakespeare’s oft-repeated quote “All that glitters is not gold” is a veritable proof in life. But in this industry, it can take on a different meaning altogether. Because. Read Full Article.
A pair of gilt Modernist andirons recently went sky high at auction, along with a Black Forest mirror, a Wurlitzer jukebox and Chinese porcelain as we present a varied list of notable lots recently. Read Full Article.
EAST DENNIS, MASS. —– The first lot to cross the block at Eldred’s July 20 marine sale, the Edward Burdett tooth, considered among many in the collecting community as the scrimshander’s m. Read Full Article.
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. – The Fenimore Art Museum was packed on Saturday, July 15, as fans crammed into a crowded auditorium to get a glimpse of skating legends Dick Button, Dorothy Hamill and JoJo Sta. Read Full Article.
CHATHAM, MASS. – In the late 1920s, Ellen Briggs’s great-uncle Herbert W. Briggs began collecting whaling ship artifacts, as well as old ship beams, ship’s knees and more – all used to buil. Read Full Article.
It takes a little game of smoke and mirrors to trick an animal onto your dinner plate, but we’ve gotten rather good at it over the course of time. So good, in fact, that the smoke worked itself i. Read Full Article.
TORONTO – This summer, as Toronto observes Canada and Ontario’s 150th birthdays, the Art Gallery of Ontario will present an ambitious contemporary exhibition that critically explores three urge. Read Full Article.
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