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BITTERS AND MIDWESTERN BOTTLES AND GLASS FROM TWO OUTSTANDING COLLECTIONS PROPEL GLASS WORKS AUCTIONS TO A BIG $354,600 PAYDAY

BITTERS AND MIDWESTERN BOTTLES AND GLASS FROM TWO OUTSTANDING COLLECTIONS PROPEL GLASS WORKS AUCTIONS TO A BIG $354,600 PAYDAY

EAST GREENVILLE, Pa. – An American Life Bitters bottle made in Ohio circa 1865-1875 sold for $42,000, a Constitution Bitters bottle made in New York circa 1865-1875 brought $23,000, a St. Drake’s Plantation Bitters bottle patented in New York in 1862 fetched $14,000, and a pattern globular bottle made by Zanesville Glass Works in Ohio, […]

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THE SCHENLEY ROOMS DINING FACILITIES IN THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING, WILL HEADLINE BURCHARD GALLERIES AUCTION

THE SCHENLEY ROOMS DINING FACILITIES IN THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING, WILL HEADLINE BURCHARD GALLERIES AUCTION

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – A pair of handsome, centuries-old chambers that served for a time as executive dining rooms for Schenley Imports Company, the former New York City-based liquor company in the Empire State Building, and then later exhibited at the St. Petersburg Museum in Florida, will be part of a massive, 600-lot auction slated […]

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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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