Antique Trader has gone wild

AT042810.jpgAt least some of the features in our last issue have, anyway.

How’s this for a fresh, fantastic look for Antique Trader?

Eric Bradley put together a wonderful package exploring the diversity and popularity of American wildlife art in the April 28 (cover date) issue of Antique Trader.

Click on the links below to start your exploration of American wildlife art.

• Collectors set their sights on American wildlife art

• Decoy market educating hobby’s future collectors

• Wildlife Art Museum celebrates Bodmer studies

• Sporting goods memorabilia sales thriving online

You may also be interested in “Decoy prices remain strong at auction

As always, drop us a line and let us know what you think (at eric.bradley@fwmedia.com).

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