The Virginia Quilt Museum is preparing to offer a unique presentation, July 27-29, regarding World War I, as told through the textiles of the time.
The key to longevity in today's antiques business involves being able to expand one's global footprint. For Doris Leslie Blau Gallery, a firm specializing in antique carpets and custom rugs for the past 45 years, one way to do just that is through eBay Collective.
The heroes and outlaws of Western toys once garnered much attention and appreciation from youth and collectors alike. To regain that level of popularity, Western toys need a media makeover of sorts, suggests toy authority Mark Bellomo.
Did you know when shipping glass two boxes are always better than one? Or cotton gloves used when drying cut glass helps prevent dull finger prints? These tips can be found in this guest column by Vickie Matthews.
PBS darling "Antiques Roadshow" will embark on its 2017 summer tour in early June, and they are accepting applications for audience tickets until April 10.
Coins, comics, timepieces, fine art, and sports memorabilia are some of the categories at Heritage Auctions to finish 2016 with growth and forward momentum. Heritage Auction leaders share a look back at a year that produced sales of more than $850M.
Gentleman, lifelong student, revered authority of antique toys, and exemplary family man and friend are some common characteristics used to describe Rich Bertoia, who passed away Dec. 19. He was 62.
As some of the most popular products of the 2016 holiday season demonstrated, the interest in vintage video games and consoles is on the rise, both among collectors and gamers. In this article by Eric Bradley, as part of his book Picker's Pocket Guide -- Toys, the market for vintage video...
Long after the current election season is in the record books, political memorabilia including posters, buttons and flags, will join a rich legacy of political artifacts.