From Basquiat to Duchamp, Bowie’s incredible art collection goes to auction…
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A 1939 Alfa Romeo Touring Spider and a 1956 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta are priced in the millions…

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  1. A Bugatti Type 46 that sold at auction last spring in Florida for just over $1 million will be back on the block May 25 in Italy. The 1930 “Petit Royale”—as the Type 46 is called, because it looks...
  2. Before Bonhams launched a series of fountain-pen auctions in the United States, the first of which was held in 2009, no major American house had ever hosted a recurring sale dedicated to writing...
  3. Calling all classic-car enthusiasts: For the first time, Barrett-Jackson has partnered with the Hot August Nights auto show in Reno to host a three-day auction, from August 8 to 10, of more than a...
  4. By selling coins and other collectibles that range from comic books to crystals to dinosaur skeletons, Heritage Auctions has risen into the upper echelon of the auction world. Whatever comes across...
  5. For the pen collectors on your list this holiday season, you must first determine if they value vintage pens or contemporary, limited-edition releases. According to Ivan Briggs, the writing...
  6. It wasn’t long ago that Thomas Lecky, head specialist of Christie’s books and manuscripts department in New York, saw collectors adopting a comprehensive strategy—singling out a great author and...
  7. Car enthusiasts are set to converge on the Monterey Peninsula in mid-August for nearly a week of concours, tours, vintage races, and auctions. While the main draws are the Pebble Beach Concours d’...
  8. Every oenophile, at one time or another, has purchased and consumed a less-than-stellar bottle of wine—one that perhaps was overrated or poorly produced. Jamie Ritchie, the CEO and president of...
  9. Much of America’s industrialization during the early 19th century can be credited to Oliver Evans, a Delaware-tborn inventor of the high-pressure steam engine, though it was a proclamation that he...
  10. Craig Jackson received many things from his father, but a free handout was never one of them. “My dad never really spoiled me,” he recalls. “He did the opposite; he made me work for everything.” In...

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