Norman Rockwell Painting Sells For $1.6 Million At AuctionA rendering by Norman Rockwell of one of his best known paintings has sold at auction for $1.6 million.
Italian Poster For "Casablanca" Attracts $478,000 At AuctionThe only known surviving Italian issue movie poster for the classic movie "Casablanca" has sold for $478,000 in Dallas at a public auction of vintage movie posters.
Version Of Norman Rockwell's 'Tough Call' To Sell At AuctionA rendering by Norman Rockwell of one of his best known paintings is expected to sell next month at auction for at least $300,000.
Jimi Hendrix's Legendary 'Monterey Strat Guitar Is Up For AuctionFor the right price, you could own Jimi Hendrix's guitar from the huge Monterey Pop Festival in 1967. It's being auctioned off by Dallas-based Heritage Auctions.
Dallas Auction House Sells Coin Donated To Church For $517,000A Dallas-based auction house has sold a rare gold coin donated to GracePoint Church in northwestern Indiana for $517,000.
Dallas-Based Auction House Faces Off Against Christie's In Tech LawsuitAuction giant Christie's is accused in a lawsuit of using a computer program to scrape research, images and price information from a rival's website and then reselling that data as part of its own subscription database.
Tap Shoes Among Shirley Temple Items Sold In AuctionTwo pairs of tap shoes belonging to child movie star Shirley Temple have sold at auction for $20,000. The two-day auction of jewelry, outfits, awards and other keepsakes ended Tuesday and brought in more than $1.6 million.
Keys, Lightbulbs Tied To Thomas Edison Sell At Dallas AuctionA collection of items tied to famed inventor Thomas Edison, such as lightbulbs, court evidence, and the keys to the laboratory where he invented the phonograph, sold for a combined $64,375 at an auction Saturday held by Heritage Auctions in Dallas.
Charles Conlon Baseball Photo Archive Sells For Nearly $1.8MMore than 7,400 original negatives by baseball photographer Charles Conlon have sold at auction for nearly $1.8 million.
Two 1-Cent Coins From Early U.S. Sell For Combined $869,500Two rare one-cent coins from the earliest days of the U.S. Mint have sold for a pretty penny. The copper coins, both dating to 1792, went for a combined total of $869,500 at an auction held Wednesday.
2 Early U.S. 1-Cent Coins Expected To Sell For $1MIf you see these pennies, pick them up. You'll have a whole lot more than good luck. Two rare American one-cent coins dating back to 1792 are anticipated to sell for nearly a million dollars at a public auction.
First Superman Comic Book Sells For $956,000Certified Guaranty Co. graded the copy 5.5 out of a possible 10. It had been expected to sell for about $750,000.