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Brings together members of the developmentally disabled community.
Carl had a passion for great illustration art and collected works by Howard Pyle, Tom Lovell, J. C. Leyendecker, Norman Price, Dean Cornwell, Herbert M. Stoops and others.
Michael D. Eastwood is a multi-talented individual. He is a businessman, CEO, distinguished public speaker, and now, an acclaimed children’s author.
The Briars is the very place where Confederate States President Jefferson Davis was married. This Natchez icon will have period furnishings from the home’s historic beginning back in 1818.
The 342-lot auction, beginning promptly at 9 am Eastern time, features a well-rounded offering of fresh-to-the-market Canadiana, folk art, pottery, textiles & more, from the 19th/20th centuries.
The auction includes a great selection of lamps, French and English cameo glass, the finest pietre dure panel, some incredible Steuben dragon cameo vases and quality items throughout the sale.
The Oct. 13 session is titled Modernism, Art Glass, Folk Art & Jewish Art and has 428 lots. The Oct. 14 session is titled European, American & Asian Art & Antiques and has 473 lots.
This important collection includes lacquerware, porcelain, bronze, silver, enamel, inro, netsuke, sculpture, paintings and works on paper, 325 lots in all, starting at 11 am EST.
The 144-page book, 10 inches by 12 inches, features 98 choice images from Mr. Sherman’s vast inventory of photographs, some of them quite famous. Most of the photos were taken in Atlanta.
Acclaimed American Author Michael D. Eastwood is instilling time management in children through his characters, Cowboy Mike and Winston.
The auction is loaded with a large selection of clocks, automatons, vintage Bakelite radios, automobiles and more from various estates and private collections.
Highlighting Mr. Barclay’s collection is an extensive selection of fine silver, many wonderful decorative arts, fine Oriental and silk Kashan rugs, Chinese jade carvings, lamps & lighting.
Worldreader wins Library of Congress Literacy Award – International Prize.
The 4-day event, held online and in Reno, Nevada, featured saloon, bottles, brewery, mining, numismatics, philatelic, general Americana, stocks and bonds, fine art, display minerals and vintage toys.
Expected top lots include an all-original 1955 Ford Crown Victoria ‘survivor’ car; a coin-op Mills Novelty Company ‘Violano Virtuoso’; and a World War I Decap Mechanical Treasures band organ.
The 741-lot auction will be held online and live at the Bruneau & Co. gallery in Cranston, R. I. Of the lots, 597 are CGC graded comics. The rest are bagged & boarded raw groupings.