For many people, a successful antique or collectible transaction is about price. However, it's not necessarily about haggling, but more about negotiate, explains Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan.
Old House Vintage Market is marking the start of autumn with a market event Sept. 17 in Golden, Colo.
Following the rules is the only cost of getting your free listings for antique shows and auctions in Antique Trader magazine and on antiquetrader.co
The new mobile app i20Junkin is helping create more robust antiquing excursions for collectors traveling through six southern states, and creating more engagement for antiques businesses located along the I-20 route.
Staying informed about upcoming auctions and shows is an integral step to amassing the collection you want, and making the most of today's collecting market.
In the latest On the Road feature, Antique Trader subscriber Jeremy Schneider shares an account of a weekend antiquing adventure that has him and his dad traveling hundreds of miles through Nebraska for the “Nebraska Junk Jaunt.”
The world is too complex to completely protect ourselves from financial fraud. However, there are some things we can do to minimize our risk of being defrauded. Wayne Jordan shares several tips in his most recent Behind the Gavel column.
Junk Bonanza Vintage Market returns to Shakopee, Minn. Sept. 24-26, featuring more than 150 juried vendors and several free, hands-on workshops and presentations.
Everyone has tales of treasures found and antiquing adventures enjoyed, and in her story of 'Springtime Blues' Sandy Erdman of Winona, Minn. talks about the 100-mile sale and a set of Liberty Blue dinnerware. Erdman's story is one example of the type of stories submitted to the 7th Annual Favorite Finds Contest.
In his latest Ask the Experts evaluations, Dr. Anthony J. Cavo provides a quick lesson about 3rd century Chinese scholars and poets in his assessment of a bowl.