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Collecting Political Memorabilia

Collecting Political Memorabilia

by Raymond M. Farina Collecting memorabilia from America’s past political campaigns and elections can be traced to the first inauguration of George Washington and the several varieties of then expensively made clothing buttons produced to commemorate that memorable event on

Horological history made at Fontaine’s Auction Gallery Nov. 14

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An E. Howard No. 43 Astronomical Regulator Clock sells for $254,100, a new auction record for an E. Howard No. 43. Clock was the top lot in an auction that grossed $1.5 million PITTSFIELD, Mass… An E. Howard & Company (Boston) No.

Gavels n Paddles

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Gavels n Paddles: Duesenberg convertible, $2.53 million, Morphy Auctions

1929 Duesenberg convertible

Results of Recent Auctions From Around the World by Ken Hall A 1929 Duesenberg J convertible coupe car sped off for $2.53 million at a Premier Automobile Auction held Oct. 11 by Morphy Auctions in Denver, Pa. In unrestored, all-original

What’s Selling on eBay: December 2015

What's Selling on eBay: December 2015

by Deborah Abernethy and Mike McLeod $3,750 (19 bids, 9 bidders): Antique German Carette Wind-up Tin Toy Car – All 4 Orig. Passengers & Headlights. This is an early 1900s German tin car by Georges Carette. This car is an

Comic Book Characters and Collectibles

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Big Year for Comics, Comic Art Continues

Big Year for Comics, Comic Art Continues

Comic Character Collectibles By J.C. Vaughn It’s been an exciting year for popular culture, and it’s not showing any signs of letting up just yet. Starting with Hake’s Americana & Collectibles’ first offerings from the Franco Toscanini Superman collection, virtually

On the Road to… Georgia

On the Road to... Georgia

Georgia, the Peach State, has a rich and sweeping history that spans almost three centuries and many important events. Named for King George II of England, Georgia is known for peanuts, pecans, peaches and antiques. SHOWS 12th Semi-Annual Braselton Antique

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The Glass Artistry of DeVilbiss

The Glass Artistry of DeVilbiss

The Glass Artistry of DeVilbiss By Marti DeGraaf  and Toby Mack Company History Dr. Allan DeVilbiss, a medical doctor specializing in nose and throat medicine, founded the DeVilbiss Manufacturing Company in Toledo, Ohio in 1888. The company’s primary purpose was

Norman Rockwell Museum Announces New Director of Digital Learning and Engagement

Open for business! Norman Rockwell’s Stockbridge studio, May 2015 at Norman Rockwell Museum.

Stockbridge, MA, May 14, 2015—Norman Rockwell Museum announced today the hiring of Rich Bradway as the Museum’s new Director of Digital Learning and Engagement. Funding for the position was made possible through a grant from the George Lucas Family Foundation

  • The Guide to Brimfield is published three times a year by The Journal of Antiques & Collectibles. The Journal of Antiques has been publishing this Guide for over 10 years as a way to help promote the Brimfield shows, and the added attention, interest, and investment this event brings to the antiques & collectibles marketplace.

    Guide To Brimfield July 2015