Loudoun County’s online auction is selling off surplus county-owned items and runs through 9:30 a.m. July 13, and while many of the items are fairly mundane, some of the lot is quite eclectic.
A baseball signed by 11 of Major League Baseball’s original Hall of Fame inductees in 1939 fetched $236,389 at the Lelands Spring Classic Auction.
Monet’s 1890 oil-on-canvas masterpiece “Meules,” perhaps the most revered painting from his “Haystacks” series, is leading a private collection of impressionist paintings, according to Sotheby’s.
The 7mm Lefaucheux revolver will go on sale on June 19, and is expected to fetch up to €60,000 ($67,000).
Several personal possessions of Oskar Schindler, the German industrialist who saved the lives of about 1,200 Jews during World War II, are up for auction. See photos.
The Glass Enclosed Nerve Center is moving and everything is up for auction. We’ve loved this stuff, sometimes cursed at it and used it every day to gather and produce WTOP news. Please give it a good home.
The auction description promises a “complete liquidation of its existing studio, editing, broadcast and technical assets.”
Only three of 18,000 printed notes remain in private collections. One note sold in Dallas four years ago for $3.29 million.
A work by the elusive street artist self-destructed in front of startled auction-goers, moments after being sold for $1.4 million. In an Instagram post Saturday, Banksy claimed the dramatic artistic payoff had been years in the making.
After the gavel fell Friday at Sotheby’s auction house in London, Banksy’s Girl with Balloon was reduced to shreds — another apparent act in the disruptive career of the anonymous British graffiti artist.
The first, to be auctioned at 11 a.m. on Sept. 28, is located at 402 Culpeper Street. The circa 1853 mansion sits on 8.8 acres and features seven wood burning fireplaces, six bedrooms, six-and-a-half baths and the aforementioned amenities.
Some of the most iconic items associated with the late President John F. Kennedy are going on the auction block.
The W Hotel is selling off items dating back to its opening in 1918 as the Hotel Washington. Have a look at photos of what’s available, and find out how you can bid.
From now until noon Thursday, Aug. 17, you’ve got a chance to bid on an assortment of items that the Loudoun County government wants to get rid of through Public Surplus.
Items belonging to famed American novelist Tom Clancy went up for auction Tuesday in Alexandria, and several sold for much more than expected.
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