It’s been debated for centuries, with the price of art fluctuating depending upon differing ideas of what it is that actually makes art valuable.
For coin collectors worldwide, the Sacagawea dollar coin is a remarkable find; the coin carries profound historical significance along with its rare status.
Football cards have passed through the hands of fans since the '30s. The market for sports trading cards is expected to reach more than $98 billion by 2027.
Some people who own vinyl records for more than listening. For some, purchasing valuable vinyl records signifies owning a piece of musical history.
Bibliophiles, mark your calendars! The ABAA New York International Antiquarian Book Fair (NYIABF) is returning to the Park Avenue Armory this week.
Curating your own private art collection mightn't be as out of reach as you expect, according to auction house specialist, Angelo Madrigale.
There's great demand for authentic vintage soccer memorabilia, and the World Cup has equal appeal to fans and collectors alike.
Zombie Formalism may have been the most important art movement of the new century but by late 2015 the market had cooled.
Some innovations are heralded as turning points for civilization. The wheel propelled us great distances, the combustion engine transformed lives, and the television transported us to imagined lands. The chair doesn’t tend to receive quite the same status, despite literally lifting humans off the ground. But what started as something purely utilitarian has morphed into…
“Blue chip” is a term used to describe established companies whose value is a certainty. In the same vein, blue-chip art refers to the works of the most important and recognizable artists, whose pieces consistently sell in volume and at high prices. Blue-chip art is not acquired on a speculative basis – the art market is…