LYNBROOK, N.Y. – An original Paul Revere silver pitcher with impeccable provenance, a Carl F. Bucherer Manero chronoperpetual limited edition wristwatch, three Charles Schulz Peanuts comic strips and original artworks by Willem de Koonig, Alfred von Wierusz-Kowalski, Alex Katz and Ludwig Bemelmans will come up for bid online Wednesday, January 18 and Thursday, January 19 at Weiss Auctions. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
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LYNBROOK, N.Y. – A full Psittacosaurus dinosaur skeleton, a coveted acetate master recording from Elvis Presley’s early sessions at Sun Records, an archive of material relating to Barbra Streisand and items signed by JFK and the Beatles will all come up for bid in Weiss Auctions’ Iconic and Eclectic auction on Thursday, September 29. The online auction, packed with approximately 500 rare and unusual items, will start at 10 am Eastern time. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
LYNBROOK, N.Y. – What are believed to be the saddle, three race-worn saddle cloths, a jockey’s helmet and a trainer’s hat associated with Sir Barton – horse racing’s first Triple Crown winner, from 1919 – will headline an online-only auction planned for Thursday, May 5, by Weiss Auctions. The sale will be held two days in advance of this year’s Kentucky Derby, which will be run May 7. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
LYNBROOK, N.Y. – Weiss Auctions welcomed 2022 with a two-day, two-session sale on January 26 and 27, with many lots exceeding their high estimates. A NASA photo signed by German-born American engineer Dr. Wernher Von Braun sold for $14,400, and a collection of 1916-1930 Standing Liberty quarters soared to $161,000.
LYNBROOK, N.Y. – An American Flyer G. Fox & Co. S gauge toy boxcar train, from a very limited production set made in 1946, chugged off with $18,975 in Day 2 of a two-day, online-only Toy & Train auction held August 11 and 12 by Weiss Auctions. The boxcar was the top lot in an auction that grossed $400,000 and set record prices. Absentee and Internet live bidding was facilitated by LiveAuctioneers.
LYNBROOK, N.Y. – A hockey puck used in the final Stanley Cup game in 1928, won by the New York Rangers 2-1 over the Montreal Maroons, sold for $66,000 in an online-only Sports, Non-Sports, Pulps, Comics & Comic Art auction held April 14 by Weiss Auctions. The puck, seen as the ultimate New York Ranger collectible, came with a silver circular engraved plaque.