The doors of Glendale’s historic Chazan Building opened again when the mayor of this southern California city, Frank Quintero, joined the great grandson of the original owner for a ribbon cutting ceremony this past June 18. Read More +
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Weschler’s Auctioneers & Appraisers began its 2009/2010 auction season Sept. 25 with heavy bidding attributable to property consigned by one of D.C.’s most exclusive neighborhoods: Kalorama. Read More +
LOS ANGELES — Bonhams & Butterfields has announced the Nov. 8, 2009, auction of The Estate of Elizabeth Colyear Vincent, Newport Beach, Calif. Read More +
LAMBERTVILLE, N.J. – Rago’s heralds the opening of the 2009-2010 season with a double-header auction of Roseville and Craftsman/early 20th century design. Read More +
ROSEVILLE, Calif. – They say that everything old is new again. With the vintage trend sweeping fashion, home décor and everything in between, the eco-conscious and penny-savvy are turning to their grandmothers’ pastime: antiquing. Read More +
Eighty-year-old Winifred Green (Winn, for short) has been selling antiques in Phoenix for 42 years. “It’s not really a long time when you’re having fun,” she said. Read More +
EUTAW, Ala. – The contents of the Kirkwood mansion – one of the most famous and stately privately-owned antebellum homes in the South – will be auctioned on Sept. 5 by Hal Hunt Auctions, which is based in Northport, Ala. Read More +
A Cedarburg (Wis.) Volunteer Fire Department tradition for more than 40 years, Maxwell Street Days is a large outdoor sale with more than 800 spaces filled with antiques, collectibles, crafters, produce and rummage plus food, beverages and music.
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How are antique shops and malls faring in the Northern U.S.? Eric Bradley and Kelly Krumsee team up to spotlight antiques businesses and let us know how they are doing.
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CEDAR FALLS, Iowa—Jackson’s International Auctioneers of Cedar Falls, Iowa, will offer the entire inventory of Katelman Antiques of Omaha, Neb., in a one-day, on-site sale to be held Aug. 15 beginning at 10 a.m. Read More +