The deadline for submitting stories about Nostalgic Treasures, for the 2016 contest and special edition of Antique Trader, is rapidly approaching (Sept. 30). Check out some inspiring examples of submissions received...
The Fall Junk Bonanza, presented by Ki Nassauer, will open its doors at Canterbury Park in Shakopee, Minn., Sept. 22-24.
"At the Earth's Core" comic art and "Action Comics #1" soared to record-setting sales during Heritage Auctions' recent summer Comics & Comic Art Auction.
The tenth year of the East Hampton Antiques Show, with a focus of vintage decorative items for the home and garden, will take place July 23-24.
Antique Trader is working on a handy directory and guide to assist anyone with an interest in fine art, or has come across a piece of art and wondered about its past and potential value. In addition to expert insight about those questions, the Antique Trader Fine Art Directory and Guide will contain direct...
A circa 1780 carved walnut sideboard table and set of 12 Federal carved mahogany chairs are among the Southern furnishings featured in Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates 30th Semi-Annual Americana and Fine Antiques Auction.
After nearly 40 years in the business, antiques dealer Sally Goodman is looking to create more space. In doing so, is offering a diverse inventory of items, with no reserve, during a Feb. 19 auction. Stephenson's is presenting the auction.
Anthony J. Cavo’s nostalgic book, “Yesterday’s Bride: Gowns, Weddings & Traditions 1850 to 1930,” is a wonderful compilation of charming historical wedding photos. Each photo is accompanied by analysis and discussion of the fashion of the period, historical facts putting the photos into historical context, and common (and sometimes uncommon) wedding traditions. It’s fascinating...
With one year drawing to a close and another arriving very soon, new opportunities to acquire treasures at auctions and shows abound. Check out select show and auction advertisements to learn more.
An uncommon gilded bronze sculpture, 'Flight of Europa' cast in 1925 by Paul Manship, finished ahead of its high estimate of $200,000, reaching $213,500, during Schwenke Auctioneers Fall Fine Estates Auction.