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Literary memorabilia has long been a fixation of mine, and so far, 2020 has been a banner year for the sale of objets once owned by famous writers.

Once of the most striking items in this category is Jack Kerouac’s 9” wall-mounted crucifix, which sold at an online auction on June 24 for a mere $750.

Call it a happy coincidence, but a first English edition of P.G. Wodehouse’s 1931 novel, Big Money, in its rare first issue dust jacket just might make top lot at auction on May 7. Estimated at $3,000-5,000, the book is one of nearly two hundred lots from

Philadelphia —Freeman’s is honored to present Pop prints, multiples, graphics and art reference books from the estate of distinguished collector and philanthropist, Robert J. Morrison. The sale will feature iconic works by Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg, Jim Dine and many others. High value signed prints

Philadelphia — After nearly a century at 1808 Chestnut Street, Freeman’s will be relocating its flagship location to Center City’s prestigious 2400 Market Street. Featuring a purpose-built gallery and auction room with corporate offices above, Freeman’s is excited to join the 600,000 square-foot development that has been recently hailed as one of

Coming to auction next month is a perfect time capsule of a collection -- that of Ambassador Alexander Weddell and his wife, Virginia Chase Steedman Weddell. Avid collectors, the Weddells filled their Richmond, Virginia, home with fine art, furniture, antiquities, and rare books. The couple died in a train wreck in 1948, and their grand residence, known as Virginia House, became a museum,

Freeman’s is pleased to announce the July opening of their second southeast regional office at 5401 Patterson Avenue in the historic capital city of Richmond. The new office will provide the area with a local connection to the global art market through auction and appraisal services as well as cultural events and community involvement. 

“Freeman’s is a world class auction house with an

Freeman's 23 April auction Books, Maps & Manuscripts including Photographs presented clients with a wide range of works on paper, including treasured first editions, presidential ephemera, early vistas of the American West and notable autograph materials.  The sale featured an assortment of important works of early travel literature;