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  • >Leroy Neiman’s Lincoln

    February 17th, 2009 · 11:10 am  →  Blog

    > LeRoy Neiman is known for his vibrant art, primarily his ability to capture movement in his depictions of sports heroes and sporting events. However, Neiman’s print of Abraham Lincoln from 1976 is doing something different. The artist’s portrait of the president is sedentary and quiet, yet at the same time the vibrant colors andRead the Rest…

    >Pocket Watches: Historical Overview & Collectibility

    February 9th, 2009 · 3:03 pm  →  Blog

    >Pocket watches although not inherently common in everyday utility are still a timeless token of the days of old and can make a great valuable collectible item. The first transportable watches or pocket watches came about in the 16th century. Prior to this, clocks in general were only exhibited on clock towers in town hallsRead the Rest…

    >Erte: Fashion, Modernism, and Fine Art

    February 3rd, 2009 · 12:05 pm  →  Blog

    > Personal property appraisers often work with several categories of objects, from sports memorabilia to fine art objects. However, sometimes appraisers come across objects that transcend a single category. These types of objects are often highly interesting and can be highly valuable because they are collectible for so many reasons. A great example is theRead the Rest…