Informal, elegant, fun and functional are words Antique Trader Co-Editor Karen Knapstein uses in describing the Olivetti Pattern Series notebook, in her latest 'Things We Love' review.
In Southwestern Wisconsin, at the highest point overlooking the Mississippi River, you'll find an uncommon and totally engrossing destination devoted to collectibles and nostalgia, at Elmer's Auto & Toy Museum.
A thank you letter three decades in the making, from a long-time fan to the incomparable, iconic, and heroic Wonder Woman.
Wonder Woman's wait to receive global appreciation and acknowledgement of the message she possesses is over. On the heels of the blockbuster film featuring the super heroine I chat with a couple experts and share my own insight about the influence and relevance of Wonder Woman.
Attorney General of Texas, Ken Paxton recently teamed up with numismatic experts, specifically Michael Fuljenz, whose expertise includes numismatic-related crimes, to provide valuable tips about collecting gold coins.
In the latest Behind the Spine column, Paul Kennedy talks Depression glass with Pam Meyer, chairperson of the National Depression Glass Association convention.
At one time, porcelain signs were the work horses of promotion for businesses and products. Today, those same signs are nearly as good as gold to collectors.
The heroes and outlaws of Western toys once garnered much attention and appreciation from youth and collectors alike. To regain that level of popularity, Western toys need a media makeover of sorts, suggests toy authority Mark Bellomo.
In his latest Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan turns a general inquiry from an online seller into a helpful instruction in proper consideration of trademarked terms within item descriptions
Many remember the day The Beatles arrived on U.S. soil, officially launching the start of Beatlemanaia, but as Noah Fleisher, author of "The Beatles: Fab Finds of the Fab Four" explains, Beatlemania continues to influence society.