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A Captain America Comics #1 is expected to be the star of the Hake's July 30 and 31 pop culture…
Turner Auctions + Appraisals will present Bohemian Club Books & Ephemera on August 10 featuring…
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On view in the Grolier Club’s second floor gallery from September 12 through November 9, Melville’s Billy Budd at 100 highlights the work left unfinished on Melville’s desk at his death in 1891 and posthumously published in 1924.
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Collectors of Australiana at the Melbourne Book Fair next week will be offered significant first editions of historical works, including eyewitness accounts featuring finely detailed and hand-coloured maps, journey logs, and surveys from the First Fleet era from Peter Harrington. The fair,…
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Sutton House, a 500-year-old property in London's Hackney owned by the National Trust, was built for one of Henry VIII’s statesmen and over its lifetime it was home to different families and used for different purposes including a girls’ school in the 17th century.
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A significant autograph letter signed by Sigmund Freud, in which he declares his pacifist ideals while expressing skepticism about the effectiveness of non-violence, has sold for $31,625 at RR Auction. 
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Goldin's July Pop Culture Elite Auction features more than 100 comic books including various first appearance issues, with many graded CGC 9.6 and above. Highlights include: * * the beginning of the Silver Age of Comics with the origin and first appearance of Flash in Showcase #4,…
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Heritage Auctions’ July 12-13 Summer Sports Card Catalog Auction will feature a mint-condition 1952 Topps Jackie Robinson, a gem-mint Michael Jordan Fleer rookie card, and a gem-mint chrome rookie card signed by a young Bryce Harper.
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In 1936, three years out of high school and working from her home darkroom on Prospect Avenue in Princeton, Elizabeth Menzies (1915-2003) sold her first cover photograph to the Princeton Alumni Weekly (PAW). That photo and many others went uncredited. The back sides of the prints document an…
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A collection of material belonging to West Side Story Oscar winner George Chakiris comes to Heritage Auctions on July 25-26 featuring the actor’s scripts, movie, artwork, Golden Globe trophy, Oscar nomination plaque, and Bernardo’s leather wristband.
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The impact German Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer had on European art is the focus of the latest exhibition at The Huntington Library, San Marino, California, running through September 23. 
Auctions
Images captured by photographer David Bailey at Live Aid in 1985 go under the hammer at Sworders later this month. The 13 images, signed by the artists themselves, were chosen at the time for a benefit auction.