Living and learning has served one eBay seller well, as he resolves an issue with a buyer with help from local authorities.
Taking a few proven precautions and insurances can help sellers and buyers minimize the risk of scams and schemes on eBay, suggests a Antique Trader reader.
The Glass and China Collectors of Bakersfield know the importance of longevity, which they'll celebrate with their 42nd annual Collector's Showcase March 9-10.
Reader questions timing of the Santa Christmas postcard story.
A friend and former patient, who supplements her social security income by selling her departed husband’s collectibles on eBay was confiding in me about the troubles she recently had with Chinese buyers/schemers. She has been very happy otherwise with eBay and PayPal for the past 10 years, accumulating glowing buyers’ feedback's...
I have wondered if the temperature changes from cold winter to hot summer can affect carnival glass.
After reading Fred Taylor’s column in your Sept. 19 issue, I was prompted to do some research on a violin that has a Grand Rapids, Mich., background.
One collector shares a couple of his collectible forks, while another reader provides clarification on the history of Raggedy Ann and Andy.
One reader learns how to clean out old stock by using eBay, while another wonders how California's AB 391 will affect antiques and collectibles shops.: "I read Antique Trader from cover to cover the day it arrives and love it! I would like to comment on the Behind the Gavel article...