RURAL REFLECTIONS Letter to Dave
I love the change of seasons. I am a sucker for introspection and there is no better time to take stock than when one season hands the baton to the next. I will spend the f... Posted on 10/27/12 at 1:05 AM
Autographed baseball cards, other sports memorabilia, rare coins, notable artwork and vintage jewelry taken from abandoned safe-deposit boxes are up for grabs at an auction being staged by the Minnesota Department of Commerce.
North Dakota regulators have given an auction license to a Belcourt man with felony convictions for embezzlement and assault. Public Service Commission Chairman Tony Clark says Douglas John Delorme deserves another chance.
The poster is a tie to one of the most famous crimes of the last century and features photos of the 20-month-old, curly-haired boy who was snatched on March 1, 1932, from a bedroom in aviator and Minnesota native son Charles Lindbergh's Hopewell, N.J., home.
The collection includes 44 of The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide's list of top 100 issues from comics' golden age. "The scope of this collection is, from a historian's perspective, dizzying," said J.C. Vaughn, associate publisher of Overstreet.
Should you doubt the 21st annual North Dakota Museum of Art Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction is the social event of the season, consider this: The tickets, which jumped to $125 each this year, have sold out.
The 1942 Oscar was thought to be lost for decades. It surfaced in 1994 when cinematographer Gary Graver tried to sell it. The sale was stopped by Beatrice Welles, Orson's youngest daughter and sole heir.
"We want to preserve the history of these items," said celebrity auctioneer Darren Julien, president of Julien's Auctions, which next month will sell the various antique furnishings, paintings and sculptures that surrounded the King of Pop in his final days.
A newly discovered letter found folded in a book at a Liverpool yard sale has shed new light on the Beatles' early days, revealing that Paul McCartney offered an audition to a mystery drummer in 1960, just a few days before the band left for a formative two-month gig in Hamburg, Germany.
If you’re a fan of reality TV shows, or surprises in sealed boxes, an auction to be held today in Grand Forks may be right up your alley. Followers of the show “Storage Wars” can get a local fix at an auction to be held at 10 a.m. the Mini Store All and then at the Kedney Moving Center.
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