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164 views, By Weiss Auctions
The pitcher, 6 ½ inches in height, was engraved with the initials of Benjamin Russell, the American journalist and founder and editor of the newspaper the Columbian Centinel. Online bidding was via LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com.
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923 views, By Collectors Coins & Jewlery
Selling gold jewelry can be a profitable opportunity, especially if you have a collection of valuable pieces.
217 views, By Weiss Auctions
The online-only estate auction, at 10 am Eastern time both days, also features original art by noted, listed artists, fine jewelry, porcelain, stoneware, cartoon and comic art, poster art. Online bidding via LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com.
352 views, By Weiss Auctions
500+ lots came up for bid, to include Golden, Silver and Bronze Age comics, Peanuts comic strip art by Charles Schulz, cover art by Frank Frazetta, Wally Wood and Moldoff & Giella. Online bidding was via LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com.
200 views, By Weiss Auctions
The auction, beginning at 10 am Eastern time, will be held by Weiss Auctions and is jam-packed with wild and wonderful items, led by an Elvis Presley early Sun Records master acetate. Internet bidding is via LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com.
209 views, By Weiss Auctions
Also offered will be an early acetate recording of Blue Suede Shoes, plus a large photo of the 'Million Dollar Quartet' – Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis – signed and inscribed by all four to Marion Keisker MacInnes.
474 views, By Weiss Auctions
The lot includes a saddle, two race-worn saddle cloths, a jockey's helmet and trainer's believed to be from Sir Barton. The auction will be held two days before the Kentucky Derby. Online bidding is via LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com.
519 views, By Weiss Auctions
Day 1 featured historical memorabilia, Hollywood collectibles and advertising and Day 2 was dedicated to stamps and coins. Overall, the online-only auctions grossed more than $600,000. Online bidding was available across multiple platforms.
391 views, By Weiss Auctions
Day 1 was a toys auction, while Day 2 was dedicated to trains. An American Flyer G. Fox & Co. S gauge boxcar was the top lot of the auction, selling for $18,975. It was a new record for the boxcar. More train auctions are planned by Weiss Auctions.

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