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This article was written as a collaborative effort by multiple experts within the category at Heritage Auctions.

Vintage Lalique Bespoke Car Mascots for Sale at Auction

Rene Lalique made the best art deco bespoke car mascots AKA hood ornaments starting in the 1920s. Heritage Auctions will sell many in a November 2019 auction.

Yellowstone Treasures for Sale at Auction

Read about Yellowstone National Park and two featured items for sale associated with Yellowstone.

Tribute to Peter Fonda from Heritage Auctions

A farewell to Peter Fonda from Heritage Auctions.

Tiffany Jewelry Auction – Schlumberger Bracelets and Angela Cummings For Sale

Jean Schlumberger and Angela Cummings Jewelry for Tiffany & Co. for Sale at Auction September 2019. Preview the auction lots and place your bids.

Summer Essentials for Every Collector from Heritage Auctions

Summer Essentials for Every Collector from Heritage Auctions

Event season is upon us, and Heritage Auctions’ has curated a few summer essentials for every type of collector. As a souvenir of your vacation in Paris:   For a more sophisticated lemonade stand:  

The Evolution of Pop Art

The History and Evolution of Pop Art

Pop Art was an art movement characterized by imagery of popular culture and consumerism.  The word “Pop” was coined in 1955 by British curator Lawrence Alloway to describe a new form of “popular” art. Buy,

Rare Finds: The Rolex Daytona ‘John Player Special’ Ref. 6241

Whether new, pre-owned or vintage, the Rolex Daytona remains the most coveted and commercially successful model produced by the storied brand. The legendary timepiece design represents perhaps the most discussed family of watches currently being

Einstein’s Letter Simplifying the Theory of Relativity

By 1952, the words “Albert Einstein” were synonymous with the word “genius.” Einstein was routinely stopped on the street by people asking him to explain “those theories,” which changed humanity’s perception of the universe and became pillars of

A Guide to Valuing Your Limited Edition Art Print

You might wonder why some prints will sell for thousands while others only sell for a few hundred dollars.  What makes some prints so much more expensive? Buy, Value or Appraise Your Art Bid or

Norman Rockwell’s Works Embody Magical Golden Age of Illustration

Before television and the movies, illustrated books and magazines were the entertainment and the escape for many Americans. Through skillful draftsmanship, thoughtful composition, and sharp wit, illustrators were able to create snapshots of climactic action