A disabled man who was struggling to make ends meet is now a lot better off due to a rare Navajo item.
Big L.T., a southern California resident, lost his leg in a (more…)
A collection of objects from famous movies are to be auctioned in October, including Star Wars figures, a gremlin and the hover board from Back to the Future.
The auction, which will take place in (more…)
The annual antiques auction held at Government House in Regina, Saskatchewan, has been hailed a success.
A rare chair, a coal scuttle and an antique coffee table were (more…)
As the crew for PBS’ Antiques Roadshow started recording in West Virginia, appraisers were left astounded by a work of art that was brought in.
The landscape painting is an original work by (more…)
An antique bracelet discovered on farmland in the village of Linby, near Mansfield, has stirred up excitement among locals.
The bronze antique was discovered by Michelle Cain, who attends (more…)
Peter Blundell, a regular antiques appraiser on PBS’ Antiques Roadshow, will be appearing at Centrepiece, an event that is based on the style of a 1920s garden party.
The Heirloom Discovery Day is a new (more…)
A Climax B steam train, which is being restored to its former glory in New Zealand, is almost completely finished and ready to relocate.
The steam locomotive has been sat at (more…)
Mark Hill, a popular antiques specialist who regularly appears on Antiques Roadshow, will be spending time at the yearly Nostalgia event hosted by Hornsea Freeport.
Taking place this August Bank Holiday, the event was (more…)
A treasure trove of keepsakes connected to America’s favourite sport was estimated to be worth $1 million (£595,000) during recent filming of PBS’ Antiques Roadshow. This is believed to be the highest valuation of sports memorabilia in (more…)
A town in New York state, US, has recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Clayton Antique Show and Sale.
The event, which featured around (more…)