Wayne Jordan explains, in his latest Behind the Gavel column, how you keep track of your consignment revenue can make your overall financial performance harder to analyze ... and may even make your business worth less in the long run.
Heritage Auctions hosted a historic and magical auction April 5, during which the chair J.K. Rowling sat on while writing part of the "Harry Potter" series soared to $394,000 following a lively bidding battle.
In his latest column, Wayne Jordan explains how bricks-and-mortar retailers have an opportunity online sellers don’t: By making shopping memorable and pleasant, shopkeepers can build a trusting relationship and keep customers coming back — even if they don’t buy on the first visit.
In short order, the 43 acres, 10 tents and 12 buildings of the Marburger Farm Antique Show in Round Top, Texas, will be filled with scores of people looking for new items for collections, piece of decor for home or business, and a host of other antiques and collectibles treasures.
Discovered buried in a $10 box of sheet music purchased at an estate sale decades ago, an early map of Texas was auctioned for $10,000 recently in Dallas.
A 'Buy Now' feature recently added to the Invaluable site provides shoppers with the opportunity to buy items immediately, in addition to participating in auctions.
The Buck Stops Here columnist Melanie Thomas shares an entertaining account of what running a tight-quarters business with your spouse is like, along with providing hints for survival.
A truly one-of-a-kind chair owned and used by the prolific author J.K. Rowling, is coming to auction April 6, as part of Heritage Auctions’ Rare Books auction.
In his latest Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan provides real food for thought. In it he encourages all of us to take a closer look at the goal-setting techniques we often adhere to, in an effort to determine if they are effective and in line with personal values
CollectorCorkscrews.com is gearing up to present its next auction April 15-May 1. This follows a successful November auction that saw a 1876 Centenial (sic) corkscrew sell for $1,200.