In this Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan looks at the benefits of applying the importance of curb appeal to a commercial building and business.
The Antique Trader Show and Auction calendars transform events in the antiques and collectibles community into news you can use, and events you can plan to attend.
Pook & Pook, Inc. is bringing a diverse selection of fine art, folk art, and furniture to auction April 28, and among the headliners is a painted dower chest that dates to 1775.
The harrowing experience of Civil War Union soldier Capt. H.L. Estabrooks, the inspiration behind “Adrift in Dixie," as explained in a rough manuscript is coming to auction.
A prehistoric clay pot effigy of a human head is among the lots vying for bidder interest during Helm Auction, Inc.'s April 14 tribal auction.
Retail losses from theft equals about $50 billon dollars each year, reports Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan, citing a report by TIME. In an effort to combat some of this loss, Wayne shares some tips to hopefully thwart shoplifters.
Swann Auction Galleries is bringing a bevy of fine art selections to market April 5, including a striking a charcoal portrait entitled, "O'Freedom."
Attracting a new community of customers isn't solely about drawing them to your location, part of a sound marketing plan is thinking like consumers and being where they are; enter pop-up shops, explains Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan.
It's been nearly 140 years since an Ohio café/saloon owner came up with the idea that would become the cash register, but thanks to members of the Cash Register Collector Club these devices continue to be celebrated.