Julien’s Auctions ‘Sports Legends & Music Icons’ Catalog Online, Event to be Held in Beverly Hills June 23rd-24th
Julien’s Auctions has published the online catalog for their upcoming sale – “Sports Legends and Music Icons”, which will be held at their Beverly Hills gallery on Saturday, June 23rd for Sports and Sunday, June 24th for Music. While focused on sports and music, included within is some film and television used material.
Prop Talk Podcast #017 – Jeff Pirtle, Director of Archives and Collections, NBCUniversal | Interview by The Original Prop Blog with Jason DeBord
Jeff Pirtle, special guest. This is the seventeenth ‘Prop Talk’ podcast by the Original Prop Blog. Mr. Jeff Pirtle is Director, Archives and Collections, NBCUniversal. NBCUniversal is celebrating their Centennial, and involved in a number of projects that give people glimpses of never-before-seen props, images and more from the NCBUniversal collection. Jeff Pirtle has been working on pulling key items to share on Universal’s Centennial Tumblr as well as for the Centennial celebration overall.
As per tradition, as Survivor: One World finished its season on CBS last night, Auction Cause launched an auction on eBay for original assets from the popular reality television series. With this round of auctions, also included is material from past seasons, under the banner of “Vintage Survivor“. As is the case with each season, 100% of the final sale price for the items will benefit charity, with this sale benefiting two organizations – Survivor Stand Up To Cancer and The Alliance for Children’s Rights.
PFC Auctions (Paul Fraser Collectibles) “World Class Art, Antiques, Collectibles” Online Auction May 24th
PFC Auctions by Paul Fraser Collectibles is holding an online auction event featuring artwork, autographed material, manuscripts, music and film memorabilia, political/public figure material, artifacts from space and aviation, sports memorabilia and more. The online auction runs through May 24th. Read more
Profiles in History Pledges More Transparency: Update & Response to “What We Are Currently Working On”
As a follow-up to the public dialogue last month between myself and Fong Sam, the General Manager for Profiles in History (see “Profiles in History Pledges More Transparency; Open Q&A On Website Regarding Provenance, Authenticity, Other Questions”), Fong has published a new response today on his Haxbee.com site (see “What We Are Currently Working On”). Though this was touched on as closing out one of many topics, I thought it would be productive to reply with further thoughts and opinions on my part. I am pleased to see that the topic is still under deliberations at Profiles and hope that it will eventually result in some kind of additional communications platform between them, their customers, and other interested parties. Read more