Since 1987, Architectural Artifacts, the largest antiques store in the United States, has served as a hub of lost treasures from around the globe.
In August of 1949, the subtitle of a Life magazine story on the painter Jackson Pollock asked, “Is he the greatest living painter in the United States?”
Antiquorum will be putting 302 collectible fine watches up for auction on April 9, including several rare Patek Philippe and Rolex pieces.
An infamous electric guitar, revered Scottish racing vehicles, the first American gold coin, and more.
Joe Bortz covers his collection and the experience of collecting concept cars...
From the outset, Enzo Ferrari committed his racing team, Scuderia Ferrari, to success on the track.
This year’s two-day Artcurial Motorcars’ auction on February 7 and 8 totaled almost $40 million in sales, making it the most successful sale of collector cars in France...
It was more than 40 years ago when Danny Reed passed by a GMAC lot in Austin, Texas, and felt the thrill of his life.
A 317-year-old violin that was stolen in 2010 from the acclaimed international soloist Min-Jin Kym has been recovered in near-perfect cond
The actor Elizabeth Taylor had a longtime love affair with Bulgari jewelry, which prompted the Italian jewelry house to c