September, 2020

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS T-SHIRT WORN AND TWICE SIGNED BY BRETT FAVRE IS UP FOR BID IN PRISTINE AUCTION’S ONLINE SALE

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS T-SHIRT WORN AND TWICE SIGNED BY BRETT FAVRE IS UP FOR BID IN PRISTINE AUCTION’S ONLINE SALE

PHOENIX, Ariz. – A Tampa Bay Buccaneers T-shirt worn by NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre at this year’s game between the Buccaneers and the Carolina Panthers on September 20th – signed by Favre with “HOF 16” (for his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016) and “Tom Brady is the […]

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MUSIC MACHINES FROM THE 1890s TO THE 1940s DOMINATE THE LIST OF TOP LOTS IN MILLER & MILLER’S ONLINE AUCTION

MUSIC MACHINES FROM THE 1890s TO THE 1940s DOMINATE THE LIST OF TOP LOTS IN MILLER & MILLER’S ONLINE AUCTION

NEW HAMBURG, Ontario, Canada – An early 20th century Seeburg “G” style Orchestrion coin-op machine sold for $24,780, a 27-inch Orchestral Regina upright music box from 1898 finished at $21,240, and an 1892 Swiss George Baker & Company cylinder music box fetched $10,030 in an online auction held September 19th by Miller & Miller Auctions, […]

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ANCIENT RESOURCE AUCTIONS ONLINE FALL EXCEPTIONAL ANTIQUITIES SALE FEATURES ANTIQUITIES AND ETHNOGRAPHIC ART

ANCIENT RESOURCE AUCTIONS ONLINE FALL EXCEPTIONAL ANTIQUITIES SALE FEATURES ANTIQUITIES AND ETHNOGRAPHIC ART

MONTROSE, Calif. – A lovely Roman marble head of a woman from the Julio-Claudian Period (circa early 1st Century BC), a fantastic Roman marble funerary stele (standing slab of stone with hieroglyphic carving or sculptured design) from the 2nd or 3rd Century AD, and a beautiful circa 500-460 BC Greek black-figure lekythos (painted pottery vessel) […]

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MILITARY AMPUTATION KIT PAIR OF 1910-1920 RAILROAD SIGNAL LAMPS AND CRYSTALLINE GOLD SPECIMEN BRING HIGH DOLLARS AT HOLABIRD’S GREAT AMERICAN POW-WOW AUCTION

MILITARY AMPUTATION KIT PAIR OF 1910-1920 RAILROAD SIGNAL LAMPS AND CRYSTALLINE GOLD SPECIMEN BRING HIGH DOLLARS AT HOLABIRD’S GREAT AMERICAN POW-WOW AUCTION

RENO, Nev. – A Civil War-era military amputation kit sold for $5,000, a pair of circa 1910-1920 railroad signal lamps brought $5,375 and a choice, attractive crystalline gold specimen weighing 5.45 troy ounces hit $5,625 at a Great American Pow-Wow Auction held August 27th-August 31st by Holabird Western Americana Collections, online and live in the […]

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