In this Ask the Experts column, Susan Mullikin addresses two inquiries with evaluations containing history about lighting used in a 'red light district,' and retro canisters with a 'merry' presence.
It's said helping others is a reward in itself. Dr. Anthony Cavo recounts a remarkable reward he received as a teenager, following a few years of helping a pair of homebound neighbors. The reward also prompted a case for Cavo to ponder.
Antique Trader magazine subscribers receive the benefit of complimentary antique appraisals. Dr. Anthony J. Cavo evaluates a historically significant Japanese sword with Marshall Islands provenance, as well as a Limoges porcelain ramekin.
From campaign banners and Torchlight memorabilia to parade flags and ferrotypes, the popularity of Civil War political memorabilia continues to be led by Lincoln.
It may not be an 'age-old question' per se, but whether souvenir ruby glass should be identified as flashed or stained is a topic of debate. One Dr. Anthony J. Cavo takes on.
How many times have you heard the adage, 'everything old is new again'? When it comes to paint-by-number it's a fitting description. It may be more than six decades since paint-by-number broke onto the hobby scene, but interest is growing.
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Dr. Anthony J. Cavo demonstrates the lasting value of evaluations beyond a single item while explaining hallmarks in his latest evaluation for the Ask the Experts.
It's may be hard to believe, but it has been 20 years since the adventures of Harry Potter and his magical pals cast a spell on the young and young at heart. A new book by author Eric Bradley takes a unique approach to Potter appreciation, through memorabilia and collectibles.