Grand Bazaar NYC is a staple of the city's Upper West Side. Every Sunday, rain or shine, more than 150 antiques dealers and thousands of shoppers flock to the Bazaar to shop and support local school children.
Collector and accomplished woodworker John Rexroad's acquisition of eclectic objects is one of his life passions, and come Dec. 13 Pook & Pook is giving bidders the chance to own some of these unique items.
A 12th century Chinese fresco featuring a Bodhisattva is among the headliners of Gianguan Auctions' Dec. 9 sale.
A Second Phase Navajo chief's blanket, 19th century portrait of Pawnee Bill, and unique London & North Western Railroad pass are among the 2,200+ lots in a Dec. 1-3 auction.
Chicago Pop Culture Con will bring a variety of comics, toys, gaming, sci-fi, LEGOs, TV/movie memorabilia, superheroes, Steampunk, action figures, and stars to fans in Chicago, Nov. 25-26.
Hundreds of lots of classic automobiles, automotive art and memorabilia, from the collection of the man known as the "King of Hershey," changed hands during an Oct. sale through Milestone Auctions.
Lonnie Mimms is transforming his interest in early technology, computers specifically, into a destination experience in the Computer Museum of America. Antique Trader contributor Greg Bates recently caught up with him to learn more.
In an effort to help business owners make the most of the marketing of antiques businesses, Wayne Jordan explores and evaluates Facebook's new Lookalike Audience feature.
The Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery will honor five innovative Americans during its second American Portrait Gala, Nov. 19.