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The 1923 New York Yankees world-championship watch presented to George Herman “Babe” Ruth will cross the auction block on February 22 at
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From their earliest incarnations, the Olympic Games have fostered a spirit comprising equal portions of intensive competitiveness, nationa
Vintage pinup art continues to escalate in value, in part because there’s a finite amount of the artwork in existence.
Vintage pinup art does many things: It celebrates the female form, it fosters nostalgic sensibilities, and it represents a sultry investment with limitless potential.
It was more than 40 years ago when Danny Reed passed by a GMAC lot in Austin, Texas, and felt the thrill of his life.
Following the release of 2012’s Black Water Dragon pen, David Oscarson has produced another writing instrument inspired b
More than 3,000 furnishings and accessories from the Lanesborough hotel in London will hit the auction block starting Dec
Even before he began collecting vintage guitars, George Gruhn demonstrated a knack for spotting exceptional antique instruments.
Like many people, Graham Arader was profoundly influenced by his college experience.
John Mellencamp made his name in music with gritty rock songs—“Jack & Diane,” “Pink Houses,” “Small Town”—that
Evan Yurman, the trailblazing chief design director for David Yurman, has created a collectible bottle stopper for Patrón Añejo tequila th
The online retailer Bespoke Global, which enables clients to commission made-to-order items for the home, has rolled out
By selling coins and other collectibles that range from comic books to crystals to dinosaur skeletons, Heritage Auctions has risen into th
Larry Gagosian has redefined how modern and contemporary art is sold.
Sandy Paul’s love of carousel animals sprang from a thwarted wish.
Louis Vuitton has opened an expansive, extraordinary installation by James Turrell—the contemporary artist known for his
The latest edition of a pen series that previously has celebrated the pop-culture figures Muhammad Ali, Frank Sinatra, and Bruce Lee is th