Archive for December, 2009

The Cocoa Beach Collection Highlights Heritage Sale

. December 31, 2009

Heritage Auctions, the world’s leading numismatic auctioneer and the official auctioneer of the Florida United Numismatists (FUN) Show, will present fractional currency from The Cocoa Beach Collection at the 2010 FUN Show. The Cocoa Beach Collection is part of the 4800+ lot Signature® Currency Auction being offered Jan. 7-11, 2010 at the Orange County Convention […]

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Greg Martin Antique, Collectible & Military Arms Sale

. December 29, 2009

On Sunday, January 17, Greg Martin Auctions holds its first live auction of 2010, when over 700 fine antique, collectible and military arms go up for bid in Las Vegas. The diverse range of collectibles includes noteworthy collections and exceptional highlights. The Dale & Delores Buller Collection features several hundred exceptional Winchesters and Colts – […]

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Holiday Fare At White Horse Mill Antiques

. December 27, 2009

White Horse Mill Antiques in White Horse, Pennsylvania, is celebrating its seventh year by offering additional dealer space to the Mill. “We offer a pleasant environment where dealers can display their wares to the public and create a destination for customers seeking quality goods. Our dealers represent the broader antique community bringing a variety of […]

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FONTAINE’S SALE FEATURES OVER 700 LOTS OF ANTIQUE FIREARMS, CIVIL WAR AND MILITARIA

FONTAINE’S SALE FEATURES OVER 700 LOTS OF ANTIQUE FIREARMS, CIVIL WAR AND MILITARIA

. December 26, 2009

An important cataloged auction comprising over 700 lots of rare and vintage firearms, Civil War items and other militaria will be held Saturday, Jan, 16, at 11 a.m., by Fontaine’s Auction Gallery. The sale will be held in Fontaine’s spacious gallery, located at 1485 West Housatonic Street in Pittsfield. Previews will be held Friday, Jan. […]

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Gateway Gallery Auction to Offer Burkholder Train Collection

. December 26, 2009

“I never thought I’d sell them” said Willliam Burkholder of his train collection, “but my sons and grandsons just aren’t interested.” Due to health considerations, Burkholder and his wife are relocating to Florida. Faced with the decision of what to do with his massive train collection, Burkholder decided auction was the answer. His collection will […]

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