By Kaitlyn Julian Pook & Pook, Inc., of Downingtown, Pennsylvania, is presenting its Online Only Coins & Jewelry auction on Wednesday, Nov. 7, beginning at 9 a.m. This online auction spans more than 500 lots and includes hundreds of collectible coins and many distinctive pieces of jewelry. The sale draws from...
A fresh-to-the-market oil painting by the French impressionist master Pierre Auguste Renoir (1841-1919), done around 1918 and titled Portrait of Gabrielle leaning on her hand, promises to be the centerpiece lot in an auction planned for fall or winter.
Recently the Antique Trader received a query from one of our subscribers asking why children did not smile in photographs during the nineteenth century. As a photograph collector, this is a question I have been asked many times throughout the years.
Kids who grew up in the 1960s and ’70s had the best of both worlds when it came to breakfast cereal. The breakfast food was tasty and sugar coated, but the best part was the cereal premiums.
Asheford Institute of Antiques graduate Edward Tindol performs an appraisal of a vintage desk and a sampler by Betcy Tucker for Antique Trader magazine.
Dr. George Marchelos gives an appraisal on a ladies bookcase desk and a decorative lamp, both of which were submitted by Antique Trader subscribers.
The personal notebooks and sketchbooks of costume designer John Mollo, the concept artist behind the Star Wars franchise, are to be offered in a December auction. Titled "Designing an Empire: The John Mollo Archive," the offering includes the original Star Wars designs created by Mollo.
Leslie Hindman Auctioneers (LHA) has announced the sale of property from the estate of adventurer Steve Fossett and Peggy Fossett.
Opal Ellison spent more than 50 years buying, selling, and collecting antiques she obtained from country auctions all over Central Missouri. She kept the best of the best, and the Nov. 1-3 estate auction offering her collection should be one for the record books.