1912 Bronze Galvano, Edward Warren Sawyer

Rare Galvanos by Edward Warren Sawyer Sold at Auction

A collection of 18 Native American portrait galvanos sold for a total of $64,560 at Heritage Auction’s recent Long Beach Expo. The works are widely regarded as Edward Warren Sawyer’s most significant contributions to medallic art. Sawyer trained with Hermon Atkins MacNeil, who designed the Standing

Appointing the Next U.S. Supreme Court Justice

Appointing the Next U.S. Supreme Court Justice

Last November, during the Presidential election, was the time to express concern for the ideological makeup of the United States Supreme Court for this generation   Not now.  It is too late. When America voted for Donald Trump as President, they may or may not have

Can Equal Rights Amendment Rise From the Ashes?

Can the Equal Rights Amendment Rise from the Ashes?

Illinois is the latest state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. While this is certainly notable progress, it may not help the amendment become part of the U.S. Constitution. The Equal Rights Amendment, which was first presented to the states for ratification in 1972, contained

Leather-Bound Books

The Best Leather-Bound Books to Buy

Notwithstanding the popularity of e-books and recorded books, the death of paperback and hardcover books has been greatly exaggerated. Many people prefer books for Kindle and iPad.  Why not?  You can carry your entire library with you and electronic books take no space in your


How the World Changed in 1177BC

1177 BC:  The Year Civilization Collapsed, by Eric Cline, Princeton University Press 2014 What is the most important date in history?  Eric Cline selects the date, 1177 B.C. and shows how civilization collapsed.  He offers an intriguing look how the advances of civilization up to