Inspired by a story submission for the 2017 Nostalgic Treasures issue/contest, long-time Antique Trader reader B.C. shares his own appreciation for mail penned by servicewomen.
A word of advice from Ask the Experts evaluator Dr. Marchelos, never over look the historical or sentimental value of an object. Sometimes it's the greatest value an item possesses.
As 2018 gets underway, the 22nd season of Antiques Roadshow greets viewers of PBS' long-standing hit show. Ahead of the viewing of the Green Bay, Wis. tour stop you can enjoy a behind-the-scenes report, courtesy of Antique Trader.
Vintage jewelry is finding its way into the wardrobes of people of all ages, and online jewelry boutique Vintage Meet Modern is providing jewelry options and accessorizing advice.
Sometimes the best piece of advice is 'leave well enough alone,' or it may cause regret. That seems to be one lesson to glean from a recent Ask the Experts column.
In the course of evaluating an inquiry from a reader regarding vintage postcards from Asia, Antique Trader contributor Dr. Anthony J. Cavo saw the opportunity to explore the subject in more detail.
In this assessment of three Ask the Experts reader inquiries, Dr. G. Marchelos speaks about awareness and timing when it comes to the value an item may command.
Before digital communication a paper or cardboard poster with a simple message of a favorite band coming to town was all it took to spread the word. Today those same concert posters continue to generate excitement, especially among collectors.
Since the earliest of times, the rosary's obvious purpose was as an instrument of guidance during prayer. However, many other influences and inspirations are associated with these beads of meditation.