A powder horn used by a Revolutionary War soldier at the Siege of Boston, a uniform worn by a Confederate captain during the Civil War, and a Civil War-era Missouri First National Confederate flag and sash are a few of the expected highlights in Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers’ Historic Arms & Militaria […]


Some auction houses choose to take the summer off, but not Holabird Western Americana, Collections, LLC. Fresh off a High-Grade Auction held June 15th-18th, the firm will host a three-day “Time Flies in July” auction, July 28th, 29th & 30th, a special timed event that will feature nearly 2,200 lots of Western […]


A gorgeous 17-inch-tall Chinese blue and white porcelain vase sold for $20,910, an equally beautiful pair of late 19th century Aesthetic Movement leaded glass windows realized $7,995, and a pair of carved and painted carousel animal figures each brought $7,380 in an online-only Fine Art & Antiques auction held on Saturday, June […]

Wurlitzer tabletop jukebox sold in Miller & Miller sale

A Wurlitzer Model 71 tabletop jukebox on a stand, made in America circa 1940-1941, sold for $14,750 on Day 2 of two days of online-only auctions held June 9th and June 10th by Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. The June 9th sale was dedicated entirely to toys; June 10th featured petroliana, advertising […]

The Stuart and Phyllis Moldaw collection makes over $720,000 at Andrew Jones Auctions

Andrew Jones Auctions’ June 18th auction featuring the collection of Stuart and Phyllis Moldaw of Atherton, California, curated by Anthony Hail, was a ‘White Glove’ event, achieving 170 percent of its pre-sale estimate and totaling more than $720,000, with live, in-room bidding, thousands of online bidders and phone and absentee bids. The […]

Gilt bronze Tibetan Buddha statue brings $200,000 in online auction sale

A rare and important gilt bronze Tibetan Buddha blasted through its $200-$300 pre-sale estimate to finish at a staggering $200,000 in an online Fine Estates Auction held March 24th by Briggs Auction, Inc. The piece, pulled from a Main Line, Pennsylvania estate, generated auction fever from almost the moment it was posted […]

Andrew Jones Auctions June auctions feature important decorative arts

Andrew Jones Auctions will greet the summer season in a big way with two sales dedicated to important decorative arts. The Sunday, June 18th auction features the collection of Stuart and Phyllis Moldaw of Atherton, California, curated by Anthony Hail. The collection includes a broad selection of Chinese porcelain as well as […]

Holabird’s online Spring Into Americana auction sale has over 1,400 lots

An American Express Company stock certificate from 1861 signed by Henry Wells and William G. Fargo (two of the three founders of American Express and the founders of Wells Fargo & Company) is an expected highlight in a special two-day timed auction event titled “Spring into Americana” slated for May 13th & […]

Tiffany Studios Nasturtium table lamp makes $71,500 at auction

An outstanding Tiffany Studios (N.Y.) table lamp with a leaded glass Nasturtium shade sold for $71,500, and three lots of spectacular furniture from the renowned 19th century American cabinetmaker R. J. Horner brought a combined $43,000 in the sale of Part 2 of the Ron Blessing collection held March 18th by Woody […]

Belzile collection of 18th and 19th century antiques to be sold in Quebec

For the first time ever, Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. will leave the cozy confines of its home province of Ontario to venture into Quebec, and with good reason. The firm will auction the outstanding Jean-Marc and Danielle Belzile collection of 18th and 19th century Quebec furniture, folk art, sculpture and Canadiana […]