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Morphy’s Nov. 3-5 auction rings with sounds of rare antique coin-op machines
DENVER, Pa. – Once found at saloons, hotel lobbies and oceanfront boardwalks all across America, antique coin-op machines are quaint reminders of an era when radio, television and video games were still mysteries of the future. For mere pocket change, turn-of-the-century fun-seekers could enjoy an entire afternoon of entertainment. By simply dropping a penny, nickel […]
Artemis Gallery presents Marc Amiguet Schmitt cultural art collection, Oct. 20
BOULDER, Colo. – On Thursday, October 20, Artemis Gallery will conduct a very special auction featuring the cultural art collection of Marc Amiguet Schmitt, a respected lifelong antiquities dealer and owner of Amiguet’s Ancient Art. While Marc only lived to age 49, his impact was great, especially in Pre-Columbian art circles.
John Moran presents treasures Made in Mexico, Aug. 23
LOS ANGELES — On Tuesday, August 23, at 10 am Pacific time, John Moran Auctioneers invites you to travel south of the border and experience the wide array of artisanal wonders presented in its Made in Mexico auction. This summer sale contains more than 400 lots and will feature a large selection of artworks collected by Carolyn J. […]
Powder horns: artful witnesses to early American history
NEW YORK — Powder horns dominated a relatively short era in American history, but their significance and their beauty has made them highly sought-after artifacts.