An assortment of rare posters seized by the Nazis from a Jewish collector was up for auction in New York this weekend.
The photo was taken while she was on vacation in Switzerland when she was 18 or 19. It shows her lying on a bed with a unidentified male friend who’s resting a book on her shoulder.
Beginning this Friday, George Strait will be auctioning off two pairs of front row tickets, meet and greets for every stop on his ‘Cowboy Rides Away’ Tour to benefit The Jenifer Strait Foundation. Need a great stocking stuffer?
For a guy whose name became synonymous with perfection, he never made a lot of dough. He’ll have a career salary year by the time the auction is done.
Daniel Ferraris, 69, of Union City said the city fire marshal called him so he stopped selling the sets of five keys on Sunday.
The set of five keys could control virtually every elevator in the city, along with stoplights, subway gates and some firehouse doors.
Bidding to help increase a town’s revenue? It’s true and it’s happening in Yonkers, N.Y.
During an auction this weekend, George Jones turned down a $660,000 offer for two parcels on his 78-acre Country Gold Estate in Tennessee.
George Washington’s personal annotated copy of the “Acts Passed at a Congress of the United States of America” from 1789, which includes the Constitution and a draft of the bill of rights, was sold at Christie’s.
It’s now easier than ever to get your hands on some surplus government property. More than 450 vehicles are up for sale from 15 different agencies.
Some 250 lots of artwork, books, furniture, memorabilia and more that restaurateur Elaine Kaufman acquired over a lifetime will be auctioned off Tuesday at Doyle Auction House.
Maybe you couldn’t sit at table number one at the famed restaurant in it’s heyday, but now you can. That table and four chairs are among the over 200 items from the Upper East Side watering hole that will hit the auction block next month.
A 14-foot high spiral staircase section from the Eiffel Tower is being put up for auction by Christie’s on June 16. It’s estimated to bring $80,000 to $120,000.
It’s your last chance to own some of the personal belongings of the world’s most notorious Ponzi schemer.
This is the first time the guitar legend is offering up his amplifiers, so it’s a rare chance for fans to plug in as Clapton did.