It's not every day you come across the words beautiful and rust-resistant antiques in the same sentence. Yet, when it comes to tinware known as toleware, it fits.
The desire to help drive traffic to her family's business and fellow Pennsylvania businesses, and raise monies for community needs, led Melissa Nordhoff to create a tour. Ten years in and word is out.
A 12th century Chinese fresco featuring a Bodhisattva is among the headliners of Gianguan Auctions' Dec. 9 sale.
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.
The Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery will honor five innovative Americans during its second American Portrait Gala, Nov. 19.
Did you know the word 'passport' first appears within the lexicon in the late 15th century? Esteemed passport collecting authority, Tom Topol, shares this and other fascinating facts about passports, as well as helpful tips to begin collecting these special items of history.
Science and technology will captivate bidder attention Nov. 4 when Heritage Auctions' brings 275 select lots, including dinosaur skeletons, crystalline gold specimens, and early technology devices to auction.
Craig Solomonson's appreciation for computer technology took shape as the public first became aware of computers, and that early interest provided countless opportunities to acquire many early systems and meet fascinating people with similar interests. Solomonson looks back on his collecting years.
Viktor Schreckengost is one of those people who lived his life to the fullest, and because of that, the rest of us are able to enjoy life even more. Learn more in this '10 Reasons' column by Print Editor Karen Knapstein.