Astronaut Alan Bean is offering some artifacts at a Dallas auction that were with him when he walked on the moon. Some of the items even feature traces of moon dust.
Scripts for “Citizen Kane,” Orson Welles’ camera and a cigar ashtray were among the late director’s belongings sold at a New York auction. Sixty-seven lots fetched $180,000 at Heritage Auctions on Saturday.
An Alabama man found out something he viewed as a toy and played with, as a kid is actually a valuable piece of Texas history. Now he will find out just how valuable the item is, at an offering by Dallas-based Heritage Auctions this Saturday.
Items that once belonged to Farrah Fawcett, including everything from her 1977 People’s Choice Award to her last driver’s license, are set to go up for auction.
Two flags that were displayed by President John F. Kennedy in the Oval Office, and one of his rocking chairs, sold at auction on Saturday night for nearly $513,000.
A Wisconsin woman who has grown into a key player in the American comic book scene is putting some of her most rare and treasured items up for auction.
One of President John F. Kennedy’s rocking chairs, which he used in the Oval Office, and the flags that hung behind his desk are among the items on display this week for public viewing in Dallas.
Some civil rights movement history was going up for auction Thursday in New York City. Papers from the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. were being sold by Maude Ballou, 88, who worked as King’s secretary from 1955 to 1960.
A rocking chair used by President John F. Kennedy in the White House is going on display in New York City, prior to being auctioned off in Dallas late next month.
It is the comic book cover that captured the grim visage of an older, wiser Batman. Now, the 1986 pen and ink creation will be sold next month in Dallas by Heritage Auctions.
Fans of cowboy bad guys have a chance to buy some outlaw items offered by a Dallas auction house. The Legends of the Wild West Auction will feature a gun belt belonging to outlaw Jesse James.
A rare $10 bill from 1929 marked with the name of the Texas town of West fetched more than $4,800 at auction to benefit the families of victims of the deadly fertilizer plant explosion there.