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American Watercolor in the Age of Homer and Sargent  New!

Art for the Common Man

Beyond Venice--Glass in the Venetian Style from 1500-1750

Bruce Museum Offers Exhibit of Alfred Sisley's Works

Early Tech Auction Offers Rarities 

Glass From Around the World 

Glassmaking in Venice

It Pays to Look Twice 

Lack of Insurance Closes Shows

Legendary Vase Sold on Ebay 

Pedigree Jar Brings Stratospheric Price 

Restored 19th-Century Stagecoach Goes on the Auction Block

Scientific Instruments Reach for Collectibility

Space Age Collectibles Go on the Block  

The Concorde Flies Again at Auction

Visions of an American Dreamland  

Woman Finds Family Photo

World Stamp Show Highlights Stamps as Cultural Icons

 

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Divers Stumble on Treasure Trove in Ancient Roman Shipwreck
 
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