NFT fever hit all-time highs with sales of $ 2.5 billion so far in 2021

It may interest you: 3 ways to earn money with NFT or non-fungible tokens. NFT's transaction volume has multiplied more than 25 times since December 2020, Cointelegraph reported in June. According to, which contemplates Ethereum-based NFT transactions, since the beginning of March they have counted between 10,000 and 20,000...
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Toyota Tacoma legacy: No. 1 million set for Mecum Auctions

Support independent journalism with a donation to The Weekly Driver. Well into its mid-20s, it’s time for a Toyota Tacoma celebration. One truck fan may get the biggest gift — the one-millionth unit of the iconic small pickup truck. It was assembled Oct. 4, 2019, in San Antonio, Texas, and has been driven only 158 miles.
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Vintage Remote Control Gets Bluetooth Upgrade

This swanky Magnavox remote is old enough to predate the use of infrared, and actually relies on ultrasound to communicate with the television. It’s a neat conversation starter, but not terribly useful today. Which is why [Chad Lawson] decided to gut the original electronics and replace it with a Adafruit Feather 32u4 Bluefruit LE that can actually talk to modern devices.

Trans Artist FEWOCiOUS Auctions Crypto Art Collection for $2.16M

Transgender digital artist FEWOCiOUS sold off a collection of physical and digital artworks this week. Fetching a total price of $2.16 million. The creator, whose real name is Victor Langlois, auctioned a series that included five unique non-fungible tokens (NFTs) with British auction house Christie’s. According to reports, over 20 collectors placed bids on the 18-year-old’s work. He is the youngest artist to have their work sold at Christie’s.

The secret to gleaming wooden furniture in five easy steps

The soft gleam of wooden furniture is one of the hallmarks of a well-cared-for house. In recent years, fashionable people have been rather sniffy about “brown furniture”, but what do they know? It is invariably sturdy, useful and – because of the aforementioned fashionables – often not terribly expensive in auctions, salerooms and online. It requires a little work to keep it looking at its very best, but less than you imagine. Here is what I do.
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7-03-21 America's Land Auctioneer

On this week’s episode we are joined by not one guest but four! Jim Sabe is one of those guests and he is a Regional Equipment Manager and Land Auction Associate for Pifer’s. Jim Sabe will highlight spring farm equipment auctions and the strong demand in the market for good farm equipment. This trend continues from late winter auctions into the early phases of summer and likely will continue through the year.

Porsche 356C Emerges from 44-Year Slumber and Heads to Auction

If you thought that all barns in Europe have been checked by now for the presence of some valuable sports car from the 1960s, clearly a few have been overlooked. Later this month, a 1965 Porsche 356C 1600 Super will head to auction in the UK—a car that had been off the road, reportedly in dry storage since the mid-1970s—giving it some actual time-warp cachet, complete with empty packs of period-correct Gitanes cigarettes inside.
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Downsizing: How stuff we own now can make a difference later

Like most good ideas, this one — a book about what to do with everything you own to leave the legacy you want — wasn’t mine. The idea belonged to a publisher I worked with years ago, who tracked me down. ‘Why me?” I asked, when he shared his vision...

Homes: Furniture Flip

I’ve flipped a lot of pieces of furniture over the years, but that didn’t stop me from being intimidated by a large dining room hutch that had obviously been pulled out of someone’s barn. This is a great time of year to score neglected finds, as people use the warmer months to clean out cluttered spaces and unearth some hidden gems.

Jason Becker’s Three Most Important Guitars Will Go Up For Auction

Dragonforce guitarist Herman Li has been spearheading a massive fundraising event for legendary guitarist Jason Becker since March featuring essentially every big name metal guitarist you could possibly think of (we’ll post the full list at the bottom of this post). The fundraiser has been remarkably successful, raising over $200,000 for Becker to date… and it’s not done!

A Guide to Café au Lait Bowls, Including Why They're Worth Collecting Today

Forget about the stimulating beverage inside! It's the cheery exteriors that make café au lait bowls a real pick-me-up. Cradle one filled with coffee and milk in the morning, and you can't help but start the day off right. The bowls and their sunny looks also appeal to collectors. Sitting jauntily on a flea market table, they seem to call: "Pick me up!" One enthusiast who has done just that is Living's former art director James Dunlinson. During the eight years he has been collecting, he has amassed dozens of café au lait bowls. Dunlinson finds the dishes' appeal easy to understand. "Lots of people are drawn to them because they're happy," he says. "And everyone needs bowls."

2015 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R With NFL Link Nets $147K At Auction

There’s no denying the spectacular driving experience delivered by the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R. It’s one of the best track-focused Mustangs ever built, with impressive handling upgrades plus a flat-plane Ford 5.2L Voodoo V8 that punches well above its weight. The Blue Oval produced 37 of these specialty cars in 2015 to commemorate the original 1965 Shelby GT350R, and one of them recently hit the auction block at Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas, netting a respectable $147K at the event, likely due to its history as a car once owned by Jon Gruden, the head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders.

Three solutions for a disrupted supply chain

Retailers are not responsible for the ongoing issues with the global supply chain, but they must act to mitigate them. The COVID-19 pandemic has severely impacted the efficiency and effectiveness of the supply chain. In addition, global shipping is still feeling the after-effects of the March Suez Canal blockage. Inevitably,...

Declaration of Independence copy found in Scotland, sells for $4.46M at auction

As the nation gets ready to celebrate its 245th birthday, a printed copy of the Declaration of Independence has gone on the auction block and sold for $4.46 million. The document was one of 201 that were created by William Stone in 1823 and commissioned by then-Secretary of State, and eventual president, John Quincy Adams. It is one of 52 that are known to have survived, the Philadelphia Voice reported.