Is this the REAL Frank James?
The photo hasn’t been authenticated but shows signs of an original piece from 1866. According to auction house owner, Andrew Turner, photos from this time were normally brushed up by the photographer, making it look almost like a painting.
Where the photo came from, is still a bit of a mystery...
Andrew Turner Auctions Sells Authentic Chairs from Old KCI Airport
'Robbery & Murder," and other Iron Cross propaganda
Military medals have been used as propaganda tools by the enemy. Case in point: the Iron Cross.
Auction House Returns KC Jazz Relics to Icon’s Grandson
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Items purchased at an estate sale in 2010 for Kansas City jazz legend — Oscar “Lucky” Wesley have turned up. The icon’s grandson is thankful he’s getting back a piece of family history…
Explore Auctions for Home Decor Treasures
Everyone loves a deal, and most everyone loves competition. Combine the two with local auctions, and it’s an all-American free for all where folks are trying to beat one another for a budget-friendly victory…
Military Trader Talks with Vonn Krueger, WWII Artifact Expert
Krueger’s interest in collecting began in high school. “We had a history teacher who encouraged us to bring war relics to school,” he said. “It was mainly stuff from the Civil War, WWI and WWII: Guns, bayonetts, swords – all that stuff.”
KCUR Speaks with Small Businesses About Coronavirus
Andrew Turner owns an auction house in the East Bottoms area of Kansas City, Missouri. He had to shut his business down two weeks ago after the city declared a state of emergency.
“It’s just kind of been a nightmare,” said Turner. “There’s been zero business, and it’s hard to manage with nothing coming in.”