All posts by Robert Wilonsky

Robert Wilonsky is the Communications Director for Heritage Auctions.

A Timely Tale: Watch Belonging to Surgeon General Who Guided U.S. Through 1918 Pandemic Surfaces for Sale

Patek Philippe chronograph gifted to Rupert Blue by San Francisco highlights Heritage Auctions’ June 9 Timepieces sale

So How Much Are My Sports Cards Worth Anyway?

No idea – but we are happy to help you find out (even if you don’t want to sell them)

In 1921 Babe Ruth became the King of Swat using this bat going up for sale this week

Of the Ruth bats to come to market in recent years, this is among the most significant and storied

Celebrate Michael Jordan’s Last Dance with these collectibles coming to auction

The series explains the increased interest in His Airness items in Heritage’s Spring Sports auction

In praise of the mad MAD illustrator and movie parody creator Mort Drucker

‘Our finest caricature artist/satirist,’ says Heritage Auctions’ co-chairman and MAD collector Jim Halperin

Fake banknote but real Banksy is good enough for British Museum and your collection

The note reads: “I promise to pay the bearer on demand the ultimate price.”

A film fest you can own starring Mickey Mouse, Pinocchio, Betty Boop, and Gollum

Watch these iconic moments from Disney and Paramount, then own them, forever.

Lost crime scene photos from the legendary Weegee hit the market for the first time

Never before have the 73 Weegee photos in Heritage’s April 4 Photography Auction been made available to the public. A year ago, no one knew they existed.

For first time a tour poster from Buddy Holly 1959 Winter Dance Party is up for grabs

Considered arguably the best and rarest rock concert poster of all time

Pass the Acid Test by owning the very first Grateful Dead concert poster

One of the most coveted, celebrated and reprinted Acid Test keepsakes — the very first poster to advertise a Grateful Dead show — can be yours.