In a recent Things We Love column, Print Editor Karen Knapstein shares the process of locating, acquiring, and lovingly refurbishing a large cupboard with help from Chalk-tique.
Typewriters may be a thing of the past when it comes to business, but not when it comes to serious appreciation from collectors. In the latest 'Things We Love' column, Print Editor Karen Knapstein shares how the new Olivetti note cards demonstrate that fact.
It's not everyday a brand of snack remains a popular treat and source of collectible prizes after 120 years and counting. Cracker Jack is one such brand.
Startling Sleepers is a new Antique Trader column, the focus of which will be auction lots with surprise endings.
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In the latest Ten Things You Didn’t Know column, Print Editor Karen Knapstein shares entertaining facts about a man who helped spark global interest and fascination with the oddities of the world, believe it or not
Sometimes, for no other reason than to say “I’m thinking of you,” people send a card. Print Editor Karen Knapstein discusses how postcards fit the bill in the past, and how these vintage greetings can become special gifts today.
Paperweights are prime examples of miniature artwork. Meticulously crafted by glass makers for centuries, a selection of paperweights that recently sold at auction — through Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates, was featured in the April 27, 2016 edition of Antique Trader.
Following the rules is the only cost of getting your free listings for antique shows and auctions in Antique Trader magazine and on antiquetrader.co
This coming April 12 is the 155th anniversary of the start of the War Between the States. In the most current Ten Things You Didn't Know column, Karen Knapstein examines some of the lesser known facts and artifacts of the American Civil War.