Geraldine vintage museum adds new collection, plans expansion – Stuff.co.nz

Geraldine vintage museum adds new collection, plans expansion – Stuff.co.nz

Only two weeks after starting its latest display, the Geraldine Vintage Car and Machinery Museum seems to be on to a winner and has plans to expand. The museum opened a display room showcasing 24 pedal cars, more than 100 miniature tractors, trains and several small scale aircraft. “People have really come out impressed,” museum…

Burnsville drunken driving arrest ends with vintage Ferrari on the auction block – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Burnsville drunken driving arrest ends with vintage Ferrari on the auction block – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Magnum P.I. drove one, and so did Christie Brinkley, and now you, too, can get behind the wheel of a Ferrari 308 if you're the winning bidder on Minnesota's surplus auction website.The exotic coupe is easily the priciest car for sale on Minnbid.org, which typically features high-mileage Ford Tauruses and rusty white vans left over…

Vintage books, jewelry sale to start April 24 – CapeGazette.com

Vintage books, jewelry sale to start April 24 – CapeGazette.com

Friends of the Milford Public Library will host a vintage books, jewelry and accessories sale in the Smith Conference Room from Saturday, April 24 to Friday, April 30.Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekdays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturdays. The library is closed Sundays and Mondays.There will be books from mid-1800s through…

Prolific Fort Plain fine art, antiques collector left legacy of passion – The Daily Gazette

Prolific Fort Plain fine art, antiques collector left legacy of passion – The Daily Gazette

Some of the near 800 paintings in the collection from the late Paul Verbitsky that will go up for sale cover the walls of his home at 30 Lydius Street in Fort Plain on Thursday.FORT PLAIN — The late Paul Verbitsky had a passion for collecting fine art and antique furniture from across the centuries…

Joe Kindig III earned respect as world-class antiquarian, Kentucky long rifle collector – York Daily Record

Joe Kindig III earned respect as world-class antiquarian, Kentucky long rifle collector – York Daily Record

In 1973, York-based antiquarian Joe K. Kindig III was studying a Sotheby’s London auction catalog when he noticed a set of five chairs from Ireland matched a chair at Winterthur museum in DelawareHe phoned in a bid for the set.This signaled to the famed auction house that the chairs might be American. Sotheby’s withdrew the…

Vintage Cars: Where and What to Buy in Los Angeles – LA Magazine

Vintage Cars: Where and What to Buy in Los Angeles – LA Magazine

In a town where Lamborghinis are as common as lawn mowers, finding a ride that stands out from the teeming masses can be a challenge. Alex Manos’s Beverly Hills Car Club (4576 1/2 Worth St.), though, can up your game. Starting with a 1962 Lincoln Continental that Manos bought on a whim in the early…

Winnie-the-Pooh, an Ernest Hemingway Classic and a Massive Library of Sound Recordings Will Enter the Public Domain on January 1 – Smithsonian

Winnie-the-Pooh, an Ernest Hemingway Classic and a Massive Library of Sound Recordings Will Enter the Public Domain on January 1 – Smithsonian

SectionsWorks newly available to copy, republish and remix in 2022 also include poems by Langston Hughes and Dorothy Parker Livia Gershon Daily CorrespondentWhen writer Benjamin Hoff published the Tao of Pooh in 1982, using A.A. Milne’s famous stories of adventurous stuffed animals to illustrate the principles of Taoism, he agreed to pay the Milne estate…

Neil Peart's classic car collection fetches almost $5 million at auction – Driving

Neil Peart's classic car collection fetches almost $5 million at auction – Driving

Rush drummer’s classic cars sold at auction in Pebble Beach The collection of classic cars, known as the Silver Surfers, belonging to the late Rush drummer-lyricist Neil Peart, sold for the Canadian equivalent of $4.9 million ($3.9 million US) over the weekend.The auction of Peart’s seven cars, held via Gooding & Company at the Pebble…

Q&A: Nan & David Skier – Antiques and the Arts Online

Q&A: Nan & David Skier – Antiques and the Arts Online

Published: September 14, 2021 Books on portrait miniatures do not come out that often. When word spread that eye miniature collectors Nan and David Skier were publishing Lover’s Eyes: Eye Miniatures from the Skier Collection, a follow-up book to their 2012 book, The Look of Love: Eye Miniatures from the Skier Collection, we reached out…

Story Flashback: Vintage Jewelers Are Going To Continue To Set Trends – JCK

Story Flashback: Vintage Jewelers Are Going To Continue To Set Trends – JCK

Antique & Estate Jewelry / Industry By Karen Dybis | December 29, 2021Coming into 2022, jewelry-industry observers will have plenty of predictions about what will trend for the next 12 months. But at least one item that has been popular for a while now will continue to sell well into the new year: vintage jewelry.Call…

Scherr: I Wish I Was Better at Selling Cars – Car and Driver

Scherr: I Wish I Was Better at Selling Cars – Car and Driver

Our car experts choose every product we feature. We may earn money from the links on this page. Used-car prices are high, which means now is a good time to sell, but some of us have trouble letting go of old friends.From the October 2021 issue of Car and Driver.I really should sell some vehicles….

Bestsellers List Sunday, January 2 – Los Angeles Times

Bestsellers List Sunday, January 2 – Los Angeles Times

1. Call Us What We Carry by Amanda Gorman (Viking: $25) A collection of poems from the youngest presidential inaugural poet in U.S. history.2. The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles (Viking: $30) In Nebraska 1954, a juvenile parolee inadvertently helps two convicts escape and gets tangled in their plans.3. Cloud Cuckoo Land by Anthony Doerr…