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Bonham’s to Auction a Rare First-Edition Copy of The Great Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzgerald inscribed the book with a handwritten note to Harold Goldman, the man who inspired the Gatsby character.
One of a Kind Timeless Airstream Goes To Auction
The trailer is one of original ten Airstreams commissioned by Western Pacific in the early 1960’s that were used to house maintenance of way workers on the railroad.
Multimillion-Dollar Jewelry Up for Grabs at Sotheby’s Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels
Two extremely rare jewels, one of which was owned by Napoléon’s niece, will headline the sale.
Heritage Auctions Sells the Garden Gnome from the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Album Cover for $42,500
At the Heritage Auctions sale on April 18, fans paid big money for a little pop history.
A Picasso Expected to Fetch $140 Million May Become the Most Expensive Painting Ever Sold at Auction [UPDATE]
On May 11 the auction house Christie’s hopes to brush past its previous world record for art sold at auction when Pablo Picasso’s Les Femmes d’Alger (Version “O”) goes on the block, with bidding...
Expert Eye: A Place In the Sun
In its 53 years, Doyle has auctioned the estates of Gloria Swanson, Bette Davis, and other film legends.
Bonhams to Auction Huge Collection of Ansel Adams Photographs
The April 28 sale will focus on the iconic photographer’s images of the American West.
Opening Bids: Athletics Feats
The Oakland Athletics enjoyed a dynastic run of success in the 1970s, winning three World Series in a row.
Opening Bids: This Old Chap
In 2006, Bonhams London introduced an annual auction as curious as the objects it proffered. Called Gentleman’s Library, the sale was packed with items one might find in a cultured Victorian’s...
Recently Discovered Alan Turing Manuscript Sells for more than $1 Million
Bonhams attributes the high presale estimate in part to The Imitation Game, the recent film about Turing’s life.
Opening Bids: Garage sale
One of the finest car collections in the country is paring down.
Opening Bids: Sweet Chariot
King John of Saxony commissioned a young Dresden coachbuilder to create a sweet town coach.
Opening Bids: Million-Dollar Slice
“American Pie” topped the Billboard charts shortly after its 1971 release.
Opening Bids: China Syndrome
The “Cynical Realism” movement emerged in the early 1990s.
Opening Bids: The Hollywood Enigma
A British mathematician who died 60 years ago is having a celebrity moment.
Sotheby’s to Offer Rare 100-Carat Diamond for as Much as $25 Million
The internally flawless type IIa stone is one of the largest and rarest in existence.
Les Enluminures to Sell a Medieval Gospel Book That May Fetch $6.5 Million
The antiquities dealer Les Enluminures will offer a large collection of biblical manuscripts.
Christie’s and Sotheby’s Offer Prominent Asian Art and Antiques during Asia Week New York
Standout items include a set of Wang Qi panel paintings expected to fetch as much as $700,000.
Bonhams to Sell a Private Collection of Antique Carriages and Coaches
The top lot could fetch as much as $450,000.
Lyric Opera of Chicago's Wine Auction 2015 Nets $1.8 Million
The proceeds contribute to a remarkable $4.5 million raised over the past three months by Lyric's esteemed Women's Board.
Bidding is Now Live for Lyric Opera's Wine Auction 2015
The Lyric Opera of Chicago Wine Auction announces online catalogue and pre-bidding.
Iconic Ski Posters Up for Grabs at Christie’s Ski Sale
The top posters at the January 22 annual auction could fetch upwards of $30,000 apiece.
The Ron Pratte Collection of More than 100 Cars to Hit the Block at Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale Auction
The lots include Carroll Shelby’s personal Shelby Cobra 427 Super Snake, which previously fetched $5 million.
Lyric Opera of Chicago Announces Exclusive 2015 Wine Bottling
Bottled in Napa Valley at Hall Wines exclusively for Lyric, the new release is a 2012 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, which evokes the ethereal elegance inspired by the world’s finest opera.
Profiles in History to Auction Some $6 Million Worth of Movie Memorabilia
If you have a soft spot for movies and a spare $6 million to $8 million, Profiles in History has a once-in-a-lifetime deal for you.
Sotheby’s to Offer Items from the Collection of Mary Soames, a Daughter of Winston Churchill
The sale, called Daughter of History: Mary Soames and the Legacy of Churchill, will take place at Sotheby’s London on December 17.
Lyric Opera of Chicago Wine Auction Returns February 7, 2015
The event welcomes hundreds of guests from around the globe who share a passion for philanthropy, fine arts, luxury travel and wine collecting.
Swann Auction Galleries to Sell Matchbooks and Other Imagery Oddities
The conceptual artist Barbara Kruger is known for pairing strong photographic imagery with politically charged slogans that reference mass culture.
Skinner Presents Outstanding Private Collections of Japanese Prints and More on November 22
Exceptional collections of early and modern Japanese prints lead an array of impressive offerings on the block at Skinner, Inc. this month during a live Asian Works of Art auction in Boston on...
Six Packards to be Auctioned in Dallas
A 1929 Packard 645 Roadster, a 1930 Packard 733 Convertible and a 1919 Packard Twin Six 3-35 Custom Brougham Landaulet will cross the auction block.
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