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Dallas Auction House Selling 1st Recording Contract Signed By The Beatles

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DALLAS (AP) — Dallas-based Heritage Auctions plans to sell what’s touted as the first recording contract signed by the Beatles. 138 more words

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Original Art for Marvel X-Men's 'The Fate of the Phoenix' Expected to Sell for $150K

X-Men fans, here’s a chance to snap up some of the most memorable art the Marvel comics series. Dallas-based collectibles auctioneers Heritage Auctions is selling the original double splash art page by John Byrne and Terry Austin from 1980’s X-Men #137, “The Fate of the Phoenix!,” featuring a pivotal and dark plot twist in the franchise’s history, and arguably a major turning point in comics. 712 more words

William Perry Super Bowl Ring Sells For Super Price

CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago football icon William Perry’s Super Bowl ring sold for a super-sized price at auction on Thursday night.

The diamond-encrusted 1985 Super Bowl XX championship ring, the largest ever made for a football player, sold for $203,150. 169 more words

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1984 Olympic Torch Carried By Jenner Sells For 24K

NEW YORK (CBSLA.com/AP) — The 1984 Summer Olympic torch that decathlete Bruce Jenner carried through Lake Tahoe, Nev., sold Thursday for just under $24,000 at an auction of sports memorabilia. 754 more words

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Heritage Auctions Expands to Hong Kong

Collectibles auction house Heritage Auctions will add a Hong Kong operation to its 11 offices in the U.S. and Europe, the firm announced today.

Kenneth Yung, an established numismatist based in Hong Kong, will serve as the director of Asian operations, and the office will focus on his specialty: rare coins. 261 more words

Heritage Auctions: Cisco Kid

The Cisco Kid by Argentinian artist Jose Luis Salinas and script writer Rod Reed (first published in 1951 and carried on until 1968) was a hugely popular comic strip. 140 more words

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JFK's Sailboat Fails To Sell At Auction In Dallas

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DALLAS (AP) — A sailboat once owned and raced by President John F. Kennedy has failed to sell at auction in Dallas. 104 more words

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