Collectibles

On October 22, Sotheby’s New York will present the Creative Genius of Sam Simon—A Lifetime of Memorabilia . A jack-of-all-trades, Simon was the master of many, including writer, producer, cartoonist...
This extraordinary walking stick offered at M.S. Rau Antiques was once owned by Elvis Presley, one of the most celebrated cultural icons of the 20th century. Topped by a fine brass handle in the form...
Amalgam Fine Model Cars of England, celebrates exceptional vehicles by creating highly sophisticated replicas in detailed 1:8 scale models, and its newest obsession is the Ferrari LaFerrari FXX K—the...
The new 18-piece De Beers Talisman collection celebrates the 10-year anniversary of the collection’s initial debut, which was notable for taking a fresh approach to diamond-centric jewelry with its...
How an Internet entrepreneur assembled a world-beating collection of arcade games…
Originally published in the August 2015 issue of Robb Report Collection as “ It’s a Shutout! ” How baseball became the star player of the sports memorabilia game. Brian seigel owns roughly 40 game-...
For the first time in its 109-year history, Germany’s penultimate pen manufacturer Montblanc has partnered with an artist outside its maison —a collaboration with innovative designer Marc Newson for...
How much does baseball outpace other sports memorabilia? A look at the record-setting prices for game jerseys at auction tells the tale.
With more than 275 million game sets sold in the past century, Monopoly is the most popular board game in history. It is available in 111 countries, translated into more than 40 languages, and made...
Paola Russo discovered two decks in Italy at G. Lorenzi, one covered in gold leaf and the other in silver.
Hermès, the nearly 180-year-old fashion house and brand, also creates limited-edition board games using fine leather, wood, and precious materials.
Some of the rarest pieces in Greg McLemore’s collection are also the commercial flops: game prototypes that demonstrate leaps in innovation but were never put into production.
How baseball became the star player of the sports memorabilia game. Brian seigel owns roughly 40 game-used baseball bats from major-league players and displays them in a 1,200-square-foot shrine to...
How an Internet entrepreneur assembled a world-beating collection of arcade games. Greg McLemore parks his dark blue Tesla Model S outside an unmarked office building on a quiet street in Pasadena,...
Auto critic Robert Ross sifts through the barn-find phenomenon at auction—and in his own garage.
Fresh designs take direction from a stage and screen icon.
All Things Art “Premiere Auction” August 13 will feature art and photography, including artwork by world class artists Pablo Picasso, Julian Schnabel and Henry Moore, original oils by Tony Curtis, a...
Charles and Judy Tate assembled a world-class collection of Latin American art—and then gave it all...
Charles and Judy Tate assembled a world-class collection of Latin American art—and then gave it all away.
The Icon85 collection unveils six posh limited-edition items to celebrate the brand's 85th anniversary...
The American game culture is almost as old as the country itself.
Made for the most celebrated cultural icon of the 20th century, this incredible diamond-studded ring was owned by Elvis Presley. Crafted of 14K yellow gold, the star of this handsome men's ring is...
The finest art, boats, cars, furnishings, and jewelry are all on offer under one roof.
For the last three decades, a Disneyland fan in Southern California has been quietly amassing one of the largest collections on the theme park outside of the Walt Disney Archives and the Walt Disney...
These antique optics from the Japanese Navy were used in combat and took over six months to restore…
The ultrarare sculpture is one of the few castings that remain in private hands…
Of the dozens of iconic midcentury designs by Hans Wegner, perhaps none is as clever as the valet chair.
The ’60s will be on the minds of many on August 6, which marks the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Globally prominent art dealer Jan David Winitz, whose Claremont Rug Company gallery specializes in art-level Oriental carpets from the “Second Golden Age of Persian Weaving,” has announced the...
F. Scott Fitzgerald inscribed the book with a handwritten note to Harold Goldman, the man who inspired the Gatsby character.

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