Auctions

June 7, 2021
Philadelphia—Freeman’s is pleased to announce the sale of a signer’s rediscovered copy of William J. Stone’s 1823 printing of the Declaration of Independence.
June 6, 2021
Quite a busy week coming up in the auction rooms: here's what I'll be keeping an eye on.
June 4, 2021
Dallas, TX – Ernest Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls stands among select company in literary circles, prized by scholars and collectors alike.
June 4, 2021
Boston — A trove of documents collected in the late 1930s from legendary dealers Goodspeed’s in Boston, Massachusetts, and John Heise of Syracuse, New York, included a wide variety of interesting e
June 3, 2021
Wilton, CT – A manuscript penned by Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), with mathematical notes and calculations relating to Book III of his iconic scientific work Principia, changed hands for $
June 2, 2021
Boston — RR Auction's June Fine Autographs and Artifacts sale brings almost 900 lots to the auction block, featuring robust art and literature sections with online bidding  through June 16.
June 2, 2021
Dallas – They called him The Amazing Spider-Steve, this man who spent decades amassing what The Hollywood Reporter described in February as “perhaps the most unique Spider-Man collection in existen
June 2, 2021
Munich, Germany — With total proceeds of more than 1.4 million*, the Rare Books Auction at Ketterer Kunst in Hamburg on May 31, 2021 yielded a
June 1, 2021
London – On 8 July 2021, Christie’s Classic Week Exceptional Sale will present Isaac Newton’s (1642-1727) handwrit
May 28, 2021
New York — The must-read novel of 1726 was an unsparing satirical work that ridiculed its author’s many bêtes noires and dealt a sideswipe at the contemporary fashion for travel writing.