High-octane petroliana sets the pace at Morphy’s $1.2 million Gas & Oil auction, May 13-14
DENVER, Pa. – It pays to advertise, but investing in rare oil and gas company advertising signage pays even better. That’s the conclusion that can be drawn from Morphy Auctions’ May 13-14 Automobilia & Petroliana sale, which garnered excellent prices across the board and totaled $1.2 million – 20% more than the overall low estimate. “Market prices are stronger than ever, and interest in antique and vintage gas and oil memorabilia remains very strong,” said Dan Morphy, founder and president of Morphy Auctions. “Our team went above and beyond in this challenging time to accommodate all customers’ bidding needs with
Seller of Unseen Post Cover by Legendary Illustrator Will Return Most of Proceeds to Original Owner’s Family
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Centuries-Old Italian Violins Come to Auction with Skinner
Leading Skinner’s upcoming Fine Musical Instruments sale are several antique violins made by Italian masters. These...