WINDSOR, CONN. – Richard Everett, an East Haddam, Conn., blacksmith whose sensitive recreations of Eighteenth Century iron adorn museums and period houses, was the buyer of the rare Sunflower che. Read Full Article.
NEWTON, MASS. — Rising well above a $3,000 high estimate in Tremont Auctions’ October 14-15 fall Asian works of art sale was a Meiji period Japanese articulated iron carp that brought $102,000 . Read Full Article.
DALLAS—A Clay & Frelinghuysen 1844 campaign flag banner, in nearly mint condition, set a record at Heritage Auctions’ October 21, selling for $81,250 including the buyer’s premium. From t. Read Full Article.
CINCINNATI, OHIO — The most significant pieces of Kentucky furniture to ever come to market shattered the record for furniture made in the Bluegrass state when it sold for $498,750 at Cowan’s A. Read Full Article.
MANCHESTER, N.H. – Jones & Horan sold $703,000 worth of coins, watches and jewelry on October 1. It was a fast-paced sale, moving 386 lots in under four hours. Wristwatches, especially Rolex,. Read Full Article.
This week's Across The Block features high flying lots from auction houses around the United States, including works by Thomas Hart Benton, Picasso, early American glass, a war horse tintype, a Wil. Read Full Article.
WHITEHOUSE STATION, N.J. – Fall has arrived and with it comes football, storm windows, colorful trees, winter vacation plans and a toy and bank auction conducted by RSL Auction Company. A total o. Read Full Article.
The Battle of Chickamauga was a three-day affair, taking place September 18–20, 1863, between the Union and Confederate Armies. It was named after the Chickamauga Creek, which ran just outside of. Read Full Article.
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