It may be the first time a dead dinosaur is flying for free. U.S. authorities in New York are returning a 70-million-year-old Tyrannosaurus skeleton to the Mongolian government this week.
Some of the world’s best and rarest vehicles are going up for auction tomorrow in Fort Worth.
A copy of The Beatles’ “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” album signed by all four band members has sold at auction for $290,500.
Bids for the 1967 album that goes up for auction Saturday have topped $120,000.
What is described as a “pristine” copy of The Beatles album “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” is up for auction. The album is signed by all four members of the band.
The oldest junior college in Texas has been sold at auction with much of the property going to the local school district and an office supply company.
Items that belonged to President Gerald Ford and first lady Betty Ford have sold at auction for about $132,000.
Have you ever used Facebook to go shopping? Two Fort Worth women are using the social network as a way to manage their life as wives and mothers, and have a job where they call all the shots.
The U.S. government has seized a dinosaur skeleton, sold by a Dallas-based auction house, in New York City. Officials say the fossil was unjustly taken from Mongolia.
A Florida dealer of fossils who acquired the remains of a dinosaur that the government plans to seize says he is “not some international bone smuggler.”
Imagine an appraisal event… similar to the Antiques Roadshow. Now stop imagining and gather all your treasures for an upcoming event in Dallas. Heritage Auctions will be appraising treasures during a free event in Dallas this weekend.
A dinosaur skeleton is scheduled to be taken by U.S. authorities Friday from the custody of an auction house after a judge permitted its seizure for its likely return home to Mongolia.