Did you know that collectors of antiques and vintage items are truly rebel spirits? That may seem like an odd statement, but in the Oct. 28, 2015 edition of Antique Trader, Content Manager and Online Editor Antoinette Rahn explains this truth.
The team of Antique Trader doesn't subscribe to the idea that there comes a time when we no longer can benefit from learning new things. In the Sept. 30, 2015 edition demonstrates the diversity of things there are to learn about and benefit from knowing.
Every day, in every way, there is knowledge to be gained through experience,s and insights gleaned from observing and examining different points of reference. In the Sept. 16, 2015 edition, readers will find a tremendous number of reference points.
Time is running short to submit stories for the 7th Annual Antique Trader Favorite Finds Contest, for a chance to win a $500 auction credit from contest sponsor, Heritage Auctions.
Although lavishly illustrated, "Mangle Boards of Northern Europe" is no vanity picture book; it is an authoritative composition of substance and significance created by combining the author’s own analysis and observations with previous mangle board research.
The July 22 edition of Antique Trader is packed with antiques news and valuable information you can use, including a consignment guide, reports editor Antoinette Rahn
It seems the shopkeeper of our online store (KrauseBooks.com) isn't interested in waiting until November for Black Friday-type savings, as she's decided to launch her own Black Friday in July sale today!
In the latest installment of the Behind the Spine column, Paul Kennedy and friends share a bit about the evolution of America's longest-running price guide, Warman's Antiques & Collectibles.
For grown-ups who wish to instill a fondness for reading — and share adventures with young people — don't overlook the power of the comic book.
Sometimes first impressions go well, and sometimes not so much. However, it's in those first few moments of meeting someone, experiencing something new, that our vulnerability allows us to take it all in.