John Adams-Graf, editor of Military Trader and Military Vehicles magazines, explains why it’s important to work on an inventory of your collection, which can be as simple or as complicated as you wish to make it.
Morphy Auctions continues its expansion efforts, with the recent acquisition of the Advertising, Toy, Doll Division of James D. Julia. The move allows Julia's the opportunity to grow other areas of their business, while ensuring their loyal consignors will be in good hands, explained James D. Julia.
The National Museum of American Illustration (NMAI) is celebrating 15th anniversary with a Gala Event and Benefit Auction on July 30. The celebration will include a fundraising auction with pieces from many legendary illustrators, with Norman Rockwell’s Portrait of John F. Kennedy expected to be a highlight of the bidding.
Whether you're in the market for items to enhance ambiance or accessories to define the style of your home decor, Scott Antique Market may have just what you need.
The Corning Museum of Glass recently opened “America’s Favorite Dish: Celebrating a Century of Pyrex.” The exhibition will be on view until March 17, 2016, in the Museum’s Rakow Research Library.
"It's Only Natural," is the theme of this year's New Orleans Antiques Forum, scheduled for July 30 through Aug. 2. This is the eighth annual forum.
In a recent Insider Interview, Pat Prince, editor of Goldmine Magazine, a sister publication of Antique Trader, chatted with Dave Thompson, author of the new edition of Goldmine Record Album Price Guide — the premiere guide to vinyl records.
Morphy Auctions is expanding once again, with the establishment of an Antique & Vintage Fishing Tackle, Baits & Ephemera department, headed by well-known collector and dealer, Joe Stagnitti.
For one day only, June 14, in celebration of Flag Day, Winterthur is placing on display the rare Commander-in-Chief Flag, which reportedly “accompanied General Washington everywhere he went.”
Skinner, Inc. is expanding its auction services by establishing a regional office in New York City. "Given our proximity to the city and the number of clients we serve there, our specialists are already highly familiar with the market," said Karen Keene, CEO of Skinner.