Frank Pick believed that good art could be good for business.
Art Basel has moved closer toward art-world domination by expanding into Hong Kong.
Richard Gauntlett established his reputation as a man capable of making extraordinary acquisitions early in his life, when, at the age of
Old beer cans found in mid-20th-century homes could be more valuable than you think.
The growl, clatter, and rattle of engines are the sounds most commonly associated with auto
The prices of antique Chinese snuff bottles have been on the rise in recent years, and it is likely only a matter of time before
In the realm of collectible antique armaments, suits of armor reign supreme in terms of attracting attention.
Macabre and haunting illustrations decorate the main floor of AFA Gallery (
Bruce Meyer loves to push the limits, and he’s amassed a collection of vintage automobiles that allows him to do it in style.
The London-based artist Alexandra Llewellyn’s bespoke backgammon tables—which may be fashioned from rare materia
Those of us who write about topics of interest to affluent readers might find our labors more remunerative—and perhaps, for some
Thanks largely to poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Paul Revere is associated foremost with his midnight ride on the eve of the A
If Henry Darger had rented from a different landlord, his life’s work would likely have ended up in the trash.
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When it comes to comic book collecting, the most valuable items from decades past continue to be the most valuable today.
In the world of collectible stamps, or as Robert Scott likes to say, “art you can lick,” the head of Bonhams’ stamp and postal history dep
It wasn’t long ago that Thomas Lecky, head specialist of Christie’s books and manuscripts department in New York, saw collectors adopting
For the pen collectors on your list this holiday season, you must first determine if they value vintage pens or contemporary, limited-edit
As evidence supporting the scope of coin collecting around the world, Norman Scrivener, a consultant at Doyle New York, references a quote
A work of art may shine for the techniques it displays and the insights it reveals, but how brightly it shines often depends on how it is