Antique Trader editor takes new position It’s been a few weeks since we’ve connected. During this time, which we’ve taken to calling the ‘summer hiatus,’ a lot has gone on. One of the things to have occurred is a change in leadership of this celebrated antique and collectibles reference. After nearly...
Using these three fundamental, set-it-and-forget-it antiques marketing tactics can help antiques retailers meet their sales goals.
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In an effort to better inform the public of valuable qualification standards for appraisers, the American Society of Appraisers, Appraisers Association of America, and the International Society of Appraisers, have partnered in the "Circle of Trust" initiative.
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At $26 for 26 issues, Antique Trader is a smart investment for a magazine that’s packed with informative and entertaining information on antiques and collectibles.
Water Street Vintage offers a wide variety of antiques and collectibles at reasonable prices, including antique and vintage furniture, decor, antique glass and ceramics, sporting collectibles, stoneware, and upcycled art.
I love attending estate auctions. You never know what you will find. So many times, you don’t know you will like or want something until you see it. The latest auction I went to, I took it a step further and didn’t realize I wanted something until after I bought it!
Although auction houses are tight-lipped about the commissions they charge to sellers, their buyer’s premiums are publicly advertised, but you can be sure that whenever buyer’s premiums go up, the commissions received from sellers have gone down.
All the material goods in our lives, from safety pins to houses, can be divided into three value categories: the Transient, the Durable and Rubbish.