The U.S. Senate ID card of John F. Kennedy, signed in fountain pen and issued in 1952, sold for $20,000 during RR Auctions' May auction.
The innovative approach of architect Frank Lloyd Wright is represented in homes and business structures throughout America. In this Ten Things column we examine 10 of those locales.
Sometimes it's a phrase or even a simple quote that sets the scene and captivates your attention. Antoinette Rahn shares some of those scenes from the May 10, 2017 issue of Antique Trader.
A new exhibition at The Burchfield Penney Art Center on the SUNY Buffalo State campus reveals the process, precision and popularity involved in making paper weights.
It's that time of year again to celebrate postcards. If you've ever admired a postcards you know how much there is to celebrate. This year, why not join Antique Trader in celebrating National Postcard Week?
Did you know when shipping glass two boxes are always better than one? Or cotton gloves used when drying cut glass helps prevent dull finger prints? These tips can be found in this guest column by Vickie Matthews.
In this Classic Trader archive spotlight, Lou W. McCulloch discusses various romance and Valentine's related collectibles from the past.
The auction and collecting community lost an ambassador and authority recently, with the passing of Don Presley, owner of Don Presley Auctions.
Coverlets came into 'fashion' in the U.S. early 19th century, and at one point were more common than quilts in American homes. Check out the most recent Ten Things You Didn't Know column to learn more about jacquard coverlets.
It's funny how reading about an upcoming show or viewing an item coming to auction can trigger memories of early introductions to antiques and collectibles. Such was the case for Antoinette Rahn recently.