The memories of special holidays of the past often fill the minds of many this time of the year. In a recent letter, Antique Trader subscriber Sandy Erdman shared one of her favorite stories of holiday memories, involving her husband and sister-in-law.
During a recent antiquing excursion, a friend of Antique Trader's came across a fascinating item, a old yardstick. The new 'find' is focus of historic research.
Rochester, Michigan's Rush Antiques and Rush Appraisals recently added an e-commerce arm to its operation, making 18th, 19th and 20th century antiques available for purchase.
Six paintings by American artist N.C. Wyeth were recently recovered after being stolen more than two years ago in what the FBI calls one of the largest property thefts in Maine’s history. The artworks were returned to their home state and are now on view at the Portland Museum of Art.
The new website EstateFusion.com offers support and training for existing estate liquidation companies and those interested in getting into the business.
By penning the new book “Collecting Children’s Books,” authors Noah Fleisher and Lauren Zittle are aiding those dedicated to developing new generations of readers, as well as exploring children’s literature as a collectible genre.
As recent auction results demonstrate, Nippon hand-painted porcelain is an affordable way to expand a collection or incorporate ornate Japanese design into home decor.
Redeux marketplace in York, Pa. is gearing up for a celebration that is 100 years in the making. The celebration, in honor of Pyrex, is scheduled for Nov. 14.
More than 40 original works and printed Saturday Evening Post covers featuring those works are part of a new exhibition, America, Illustrated: Six Decades of Saturday Evening Post Covers, set to open at M.S. Rau Antiques, beginning Nov. 6, 2015.
In the latest On the Road feature, Antique Trader subscriber Jeremy Schneider shares an account of a weekend antiquing adventure that has him and his dad traveling hundreds of miles through Nebraska for the “Nebraska Junk Jaunt.”