For 24 years, the San Francisco Antiquarian Book Print and Paper Fair has drawn bibliophiles together to refine their collections. The fair was Feb. 4-5, 2012. The report from Fair exhibitors was positive. Rosemarie Rustico of San Francisco’s W C Antiques described the first day as “killer busy.” The second day was a bit...
More than 2,200 lots featuring 5,200 firearms will cross the auction block Feb. 18-19, 2012 in Rock Island Auction Co's regional firearms auction.
A rare Winchester Model 1892 rifle $6,750 and a collection of 61 Civil War stereoviews by Civil War photographer Alexander Gardner sold for $6,500 Dec. 10, 2011.
I received my first Stormy Kromer cap for Christmas this year and found another a week later in a 1923 hunting and fishing painting by William Harnden Foster. His oil on canvas "From Traps to Trout" depicts a woodsman spying a leaping trout as he sets a fresh trap. It sold Jan. 1-2, 2012...
More than 800 lots of rare and desirable vintage toys and collectibles will be sold without reserve in an Internet and catalog auction that concludes Jan. 6-7.
AntiqueTrader.com features select half- and full-page ads from the print magazine, extending our promise to help our customers find new customers. Nov. 30 – Dec. 20, 2011. In this space you’ll see fresh weekly updates to the latest antiques auctions, shows and events.
AntiqueTrader.com features half- and full-page ads from the print magazine, extending our promise to help our customers find new customers. Nov. 23 - Dec. 15, 2011
AntiqueTrader.com features half- and full-page ads from the print magazine, extending our promise to help our customers find new customers. Nov. 16-Nov. 30, 2011
More changes are coming to the Indy Antique Advertising Show beginning next year: a Friday afternoon preview/early buyers session followed by a one-day show on Saturday. Sundays have been dropped from the schedule. Promoters Bruce and Donna Weir, B&D Promotions, announced the change at the fall installment of the Indy Ad Show Sept. 24-25,...
Artist Clarence Boyce Monegar is one of Wisconsin's most beloved painters, executing landscape commissions for professionals and institutions. Monegar's watercolors could often be found in doctor's offices and bank lobbies. Since his death in 1968, his work has only increased in value and interest in his paintings has surfaced as far away as California.