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...
From the editor: Amazon stands to change the antiques landscape; California's dreaded AB 391 passes; Editor steps down from Antique Trader.
Antique Trader readers get advice on how to remove rust from metal without damaging paint and share a problem with eBay's Buyers Protection program.
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Antique Trader subscribers write to say a recent column on the probate system is offensive, warn collectors about fake Lincoln briefs, cheer a column on Hannes Bok and bemoan the lack of security in most university rare book archives.
Readers share antiques they buy, sell and trade for free when the subscribe to Antique Trader magazine. Readers want to buy vintage police badges, Miss America travel decals, scale weights and more!
A reader wonders how to identify a Japanese Sumida Gawa bowl and another gets a free appraisal of an odd steel lock box with built-in alarm.
Readers respond to a letter complaining about dealers who brag about lucrative margins, but refute claims dealers rip off customers when making a profit.
Keeping your antiques shop clean and inviting really will perk up sales I just received my Jan. 4, 2012, Antique Trader and loved the cover story by Zac Bissonnette: “What dealers can do to sell items faster for more money.” I agree 100 percent with him about the appearances of antique...
A reader raises issues with eBay and another questions Goodwill.com's shipping practices. Another reader wonders why some dealers brag about how little they spend on their inventory within earshot of their customers.