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Elvis Presley Revolvers For Rock Island Auction Sale

Elvis Presley Revolvers For Rock Island Auction Sale

| March 24, 2017

Two of Elvis Presley’s lavish revolvers will be available in a May firearms auction hosted by Rock Island Auction Company. They are accompanied by several items personally owned by the legendary performer such as a diamond and ruby studded Shelby County sheriff’s badge, the Elvis-signed contract to purchase Graceland, and numerous personal documents also signed […]

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Antiquities Opening Event at the Museum of Idaho

Antiquities Opening Event at the Museum of Idaho

| March 24, 2017

The Museum of Idaho has announced the opening of It Takes a Village, an additional exhibition to Rome: Military Genius and Mighty Machines. The Museum of Idaho is a free-standing, non-profit organization dedicated to bringing internationally- & nationally-acclaimed exhibits to southeast Idaho, preserving and showcasing natural and cultural history, and providing unique educational opportunities for […]

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Artemis Gallery to Auction Important Museum-Exhibited Russian Icons & Religious Art in March 23 Sale

Artemis Gallery to Auction Important Museum-Exhibited Russian Icons & Religious Art in March 23 Sale

| March 20, 2017

BOULDER, CO – The 2003-4 “Windows Into Heaven” exhibition held at the Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte, N.C., celebrated a period that was the zenith of Russian art’s long and illustrious history. The stellar exhibition that drew international media attention featured 18th- and 19th-century Russian icons on loan from the Lilly and Francis Robicsek […]

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HISTORICAL RARITIES FOLK ART SILVER ASIAN AND FINE ART FOR JOHN McINNIS AUCTIONEERS AUCTION SALE

HISTORICAL RARITIES FOLK ART SILVER ASIAN AND FINE ART FOR JOHN McINNIS AUCTIONEERS AUCTION SALE

| March 19, 2017

An important Revolutionary War sword and scabbard made by John Bailey and descended in the family of patriot Francis Dana (1743-1811), a pair of circa 1820 floor globes by Cary of London, each standing 39 inches tall, and a large oil portrait painting by William McGregor Paxton (Am., 1869-1941) will all come up for bid […]

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AMERICAN EUROPEAN AFRICAN CHINESE AND ASIAN ITEMS FOR CONVERSE AUCTIONS SALE

AMERICAN EUROPEAN AFRICAN CHINESE AND ASIAN ITEMS FOR CONVERSE AUCTIONS SALE

| March 18, 2017

Over 300 lots of fine American, European, African, Chinese and other Asian items will be sold in an internet-only Spring East Meets West Auction on Friday, March 24th, by Converse Auctions, based in Malvern. Online bidding will be available via the Converse Auctions website (www.converseauctions.com), or App, plus LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com. Phone and absentee bids […]

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19TH CENTURY PORTRAITS AND LANDSCAPES, FRENCH FURNITURE, PERSIAN RUGS, WEDGWOOD BASALT, S. KIRK & SON STERLING SILVER, FINE CHINA, MOSER STEMWARE AND FINE CHINESE BRONZES AND TAPESTRIES FOR SALE AT GREAT GATSBY’S AUCTION GALLERY

19TH CENTURY PORTRAITS AND LANDSCAPES, FRENCH FURNITURE, PERSIAN RUGS, WEDGWOOD BASALT, S. KIRK & SON STERLING SILVER, FINE CHINA, MOSER STEMWARE AND FINE CHINESE BRONZES AND TAPESTRIES FOR SALE AT GREAT GATSBY’S AUCTION GALLERY

| March 12, 2017

An exceptional estate from Baltimore, Maryland featuring an extensive collection of S. Kirk & Son sterling silver, French furniture, 19th century Wedgwood basalt, Persian rugs, Continental bronzes and 19th century paintings, along with fine antique Asian porcelains and tapestries, are part of a three-day auction planned for March 31st-April 2nd by Great Gatsby’s Auction Gallery, […]

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Original 1968 Mad Magazine Beatles Cover Art stars in Hake’s March 14-16 Auction Sale

Original 1968 Mad Magazine Beatles Cover Art stars in Hake’s March 14-16 Auction Sale

| March 11, 2017

YORK, PA – Looking back on the year 1967, some might say that it was, paradoxically, a time of peace, love and war. Lyndon B. Johnson was president, 475,000 US troops were fighting in Vietnam, the Beatles unveiled their immortal Sgt. Pepper’s LP, and the Chiefs and Packers squared off at the first Super Bowl. […]

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