Driving to work last week I was momentarily alarmed when, just in front of me, there yawned what seemed to be a great black chasm.
When the March 29-30 edition of the Atlantique City Antiques Show opens its doors at the Atlantic City Convention Center, among the familiar faces to show-goers will be that Alan “Mr. Mint” Rosen, the best-known name – and face – in the sports memorabilia business.
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This is the time of year that my mind turns to Manhattan. It’s cold there, surprisingly cold, maybe even snowy and often rainy. The buildings make each street a wind tunnel, so you can never get away from the icy blasts.
The sad saga of Russ Pritchard III continued in late December 2007 as the former Antiques Roadshow personality officially skipped town while awaiting arraignment in Bucks County, Penn., then subsequently turned himself in .
Americana Week in New York City is an experience unlike any other in the world of antiques. The shows are big and beautiful, and the attendee list is a veritable Who’s Who of American business, entertainment and art.
It’s hard not to have an opinion about PBS’s venerable Antiques Roadshow television program. It’s been around for more than a decade now, and has done more than any single thing – more than even eBay – to raise the profile of the antiques business.
Throughout 2008 Christie’s, over the course of several sales at its Rockefeller Center location – conspicuously not saying it was proud to announce – will auction off the estate of Mrs. Leona Helmsley, the Queen of Mean.
It was one of those stories that make me cringe.