DENVER, Pa. (AP) - In the world of petroliana and automobilia, Kyle D. Moore's name carries a kind of mystique.
DENVER, Pa. (AP) — In the world of petroliana and automobilia, Kyle D. Moore's name carries a kind of mystique.
The late cable entrepreneur's collection of vintage gasoline signs, gas-station pumps, gas globes, petroleum ads and other artifacts is widely regarded as the best of its kind.
Most collectors assumed it would wind up in a museum. Instead, it's coming up for auction in Pennsylvania and could bring up to $20 million.
The first of four auctions will be held Monday.
It's generating enormous buzz within the hobby and predictions of a possible feeding frenzy as deep-pocketed collectors vie for the rarest, most highly sought-after items.