Tag Archives: Military

Military Careers Spanning Three Millennia

Military Careers Spanning Three Millennia At Hermann Historica GmbH Spring Auction.

At Hermann Historica GmbH Spring Auction This year’s large Spring Auction at Hermann Historica GmbH will take place in Munich from May 20-24, 2019. In addition to unequaled armor and helmets or sumptuous artifacts of royal and imperial provenance, the program showcases superlative masterpieces of the finest craftsmanship among the approximately 3650 lots from all […]

Gavels 'n' Paddles: Nazi physician’s Mercedes, $42,000, Milestone Auctions

Gavels 'n' Paddles: Nazi physician’s Mercedes, $42,000, Milestone Auctions

Results of Recent Auctions From Near and Far by Ken Hall The 1936 Mercedes-Benz 170V 2-door coupe owned by Nazi SA physician Dr. Rudolf Beuring, in excellent running order, sold for $42,000 at a Historic Military & Firearms Auction held January 27th by Milestone Auctions in Willoughby, Ohio. Also, a grouping of Native American artifacts […]

James D. Julia’s Extraordinary Fall Firearms Auction

James D. Julia’s Extraordinary Fall Firearms Auction

Iconic Private and Estate Collections, Important Historical Military Items, and Rare Sporting Arms Lead James D. Julia’s Extraordinary Fall Firearms Auction Fairfield, ME, October 11, 2017 – On Tuesday, October 31st, Wednesday, November 1st, & Thursday, November 2nd, James D. Julia Auctioneers of Fairfield, Maine will be conducting their annual fall Extraordinary Firearms Auction. This […]

American Visions of Liberty & Freedom at National Heritage Museum Exhibit

American Visions of Liberty & Freedom – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – June 2006 On View at the National Heritage Museum – Lexington, Massachusetts What do palmetto trees, rattlesnakes, and the Statue of Liberty have in common? The answer is revealed with a visit to “American Visions of Liberty & Freedom” on view at […]

Thoughts Beyond Counterpane – On Collecting Toy Soldiers, Civilians and More

Thoughts Beyond Counterpane – On Collecting Toy Soldiers, Civilians, and More – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – December 2002 By Arley L. Pett Many adults have fond memories of their favorite childhood toys. For many, it is lead soldiers as expressed quite eloquently by Robert Louis Stevenson in his poem “The Land of […]