Collectibles

Harry Winston Diamond Shines at $362,500

CHICAGO – A spectacular 7.40-carat, D color pear shape Harry Winston diamond ring dazzled bidders, selling for $362,500 at Hindman’s  "Important Jewelry Auction" September 13. In 1947, "Cosmopolitan" magazine bestowed Winston with a moniker that would follow him throughout his career: "King of Diamonds." An innate gemologist with an intuitive mastery of his trade, Winston traveled the globe in his...

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Rare Robot Band Hits $350,550 High Note at Morphy Auctions

DENVER, Pa. – A trio of robot musicians with a captivating, toe-tapping sound sold for $350,550, leading a parade of mechanical music machines and automata at Morphy Auctions $2.3 million sale of the late Henri Krijnen collection in September.The 541-lot auction featured dance organs, orchestrions, slot machines and a myriad of other antique coin-operated novelties amassed over 50...

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Bayside Auctions – Antique Trader

Specializing in internationally reached online auctions, Bayside has become the Eastern Shore and surrounding regions leading choice to selling fine collections.View, bid, and win, all from the convenience of your home.All of our auctions are hosted online, making it easier than ever to participate in.ADVERTISEMENTThanks for watching!Visit WebsiteBrowse through our auction catalog with your computer, laptop, or...

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Love Immortal Author explains how antique photographs of dogs and people reveal a picture perfect bond

Love Immortal: Antique Photographs and Stories of Dogs and Their People.Copyright ©2022 by Anthony Cavo. Reprinted courtesy of Harper Design, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers.An avid collector of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century photographs for more than fifty years, Anthony Cavo has amassed an enormous catalog of antique photography, including hundreds of shots of people and their dogs....

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How to Identify Old Bottles

A common 1880-1890 whiskey bottle with no label or embossing can be identified by its trademark on the bottom of the bottle.Photo courtesy of Michael PolakWhen selling at Bottle and Collectibles shows, the most asked questions are: “What makes a bottle old?” and “What makes a bottle valuable?” But, the question that usually leads to a discussion...

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