Superman’s cape and Bilbo Baggins’ tobacco pipe from the original Lord Of The Rings film are among a trove of Hollywood memorabilia going under the hammer.
A businessman has purchased Adolf Hitler’s top hat and other Nazi memorabilia from a German auction in order to keep them out of the hands of neo-Nazis, and has agreed to donate them to a Jewish group.
A rare near-mint condition copy of the first Marvel Comics comic book has sold at auction in Dallas for just under £1 million.
More than 800 items owned by Doris Day will go under the hammer in Hollywood, including the late star’s Golden Globe awards.
Items belonging to late The Prodigy star Keith Flint, including his gothic bed and a distinctive nose ring he wore on and off stage, are to be sold at auction.
A handwritten letter by Sigmund Freud, which shows a rare sentimental side to the 20th-century thinker as well as insight into the life of a prominent Jewish refugee amid the advance of the Nazis, is set to go on sale in Jerusalem.
A pair of Mickey Mouse masks that were made in Germany at a time when Hitler’s Nazi regime was disparaging the Disney character have sold at auction.
The olive green cardigan that Kurt Cobain wore during Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged performance and one of the late rocker’s custom guitars are to go under the hammer.
The head of a pre-historic winged lizard suspended in amber could fetch up to £4 million at auction.
The last Saab to ever roll off the Swedish firm’s production line is set to go under the hammer.
A Banksy artwork depicting MPs in the House of Commons as chimpanzees has been sold for almost £9.9 million, in what organisers say is a record for the street artist.
The sale of a supercar collection has netted more than £21m for charity as they went under the hammer in Switzerland.
An exceedingly rare 150-year-old photobook on China is expected to fetch over £20,000 when it is sold at auction – having been found by chance.
The new owner of one of Aberdeen’s colourful Oor Wullie sculptures has spoken of his delight after buying it at auction.
The final Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail auction is about to kick off.
The latest Oor Wullie's BIG Bucket Trail auction is about to kick off.
Aspiring witches and wizards no longer have to wait for their ticket to Hogwarts to be delivered by owl as one of Harry Potter’s acceptance letters goes under the hammer.
Here’s what each Oor Wullie statue sold for at Thainstone last night – combined they raised an incredible £316,700
There was bucketloads of fun as the auction of the Oor Wullie statues got off to a flying start.
The first Oor Wullie's BIG Bucket Trail auction is about to kick off.
Thousands of people turned up to say farewell to the popular north-east Oor Wullie statues over the weekend.
A five-bedroom house in a picturesque part of France is one of the top items up for grabs at a charity auction, organised by a north-east rotary club.
With the Oor Wullie auction in the pipeline, one statue has headed for a day out at Offshore Europe.
A 17th century ring with links to King Charles II, which was found by a metal detectorist, is expected to fetch around £10,000 at auction.
Film fanatics will be able to get their hands on a piece of Hollywood history as memorabilia from the world’s most famous movies goes under the hammer.
A medieval chess piece missing for almost 200 years has sold for £735,000 at auction.
Shop fittings dating back to the 19th Century will go under the hammer this week.
A RETIRED mechanic who once owned Scotland’s largest assortment of vintage tractors will auction off the last of his collection.
A set of antique sugar casters made in Aberdeen almost 300 years ago could fetch up to £15,000 at auction.
A silver brandy flask given to a first-class passenger shortly before he drowned on the Titanic is set to fetch up to £80,000 at auction.