The powder horn is one of the few known tangible mementos that belonged to Alexander Hamilton, a founding father and the first U.S. secretary of treasury.
Jeff Woolmer said the purchase wasn’t exactly intentional and started out as a joke, but now he hopes to make the seven-ton tank street legal.
Tanner Brownlee just wanted his father’s old patrol car to go into the hands of someone who would take care of it. Tanner got his wish.
Although the books were a common wedding gift for members of the Nazi Party, a signed copy is a bit of a rarity.
The painting was believed to be one of some 2,000 created by Adolf Hitler in the years he spent as a struggling artist 20 years before his rise to power in Nazi Germany.
“We did a random call to a North Idaho couple that had a bunch of guns they were thinking of cosigning,” said the auction owner. “Started off with two or three hundred. Moved up to three or four hundred. And at the end of the day it ended up at 1,300.”
In light of fervent criticism, a Maryland auction house has cancelled their plans to sell…
Heritage Auctions has just listed a very special Harrington & Richardson top-break revolver that once belonged to none other than Al Capone.
Wyatt Earp’s Colt .45 revolver and Winchester lever-action shotgun will be auctioned this coming April and are expected to fetch as much as $275,000.
George Zimmerman’s new painting of the Florida prosecutor who charged him in the Trayvon Martin…