Remembrance Sunday on November 11th commemorated one hundred years since the end of the First World War. This focus on military history has increased interest in military antiques.
There is a wide range of military antiques. Collectors tend to (more…)
Several events are being held across the country to celebrate the tricentenary of furniture maker Thomas Chippendale, who was born on June 5th, 300 years ago in Yorkshire.
Edwin Lascelles was a significant Chippendale patron who lived in (more…)
A man who bought a mahogany antique wardrobe at an antiques fair was stunned to find that it came from Buckingham Palace and was once used by royalty.
On the back of (more…)
A museum in Sutliff, Ohio, will soon be introducing its autumn seminar series.
The series of lectures will commence on (more…)
The Rockin’ K Steak and Rib restaurant in Mulberry, Kansas, will be holding an auction later this month to sell the huge collection of antiques and (more…)
The American Civil War Wax Museum in Gettysburg is undergoing a huge transformation, ready for when it will become known as the Gettysburg Heritage Center. To make way for new exhibits, many of the wax figurines – some of which have been in place for (more…)
An exhibition is being held in Shanghai until 14th January that features items from 100 collectors, with a ‘folk’ theme running (more…)
According to a recent report by the Courier Post, during 2013 – the 50th year since the assassination of US president John F. Kennedy – the demand for JFK memorabilia continues to (more…)
The luggage of Mary Roberts, who survived when the Titanic sank in 1912 and again when the Rohilla ran aground in 1914, has been secured by the curator of the (more…)
A violin that belonged to the bandmaster of the Titanic has recently been sold at auction for (more…)