In this Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan examines the increase of 'added fees' becoming part of some business operations.
Paint job, tires, size and driver figure of a toy race car are clues to the age of the toy, but the conflicting information leads more questions than answers.
So often the naming conventions for items are about practicality. For example, in a response to a reader Furniture Detective Fred Taylor explains that a chest with a central compartment used to store bonnets and hats was referred to as a bonnet chest.
A change toward greater pricing transparency within the antiques and collectibles market is a departure from the norm, but can be useful, provided the information is accurate, says Wayne Jordan.
In his latest Furniture Detective column, Fred Taylor tackles reader questions about a Larkin side-by-side, fold beds, and diversity of mahogany wood.
"Ours is a business built on browsers," states Wayne Jordan in his latest Behind the Gavel column, about the importance of looking at sales management in statistics.
Compiled by Antoinette Rahn He’s “The Man of a Thousand Faces” and one of the most prolific performer of the silent-film era. Enjoy a few fascinating facts about Lon Chaney Sr. and a clip from “The Phantom of the Opera”…. Lon Chaney Sr. – Movie Maestro 1 Long before the advanced movie-making magic...
In a recent installment of Ask the Experts, Dr. Anthony J. Cavo shares some exciting news and praises a long-time doll owner for her care of a Madame Alexander Alice in Wonderland Doll.
In his latest column, Furniture Detective Fred Taylor provides an enlightening explanation of the dumbwaiter and its role in proper service of guests.
The theme of Wayne Jordan's latest Behind the Gavel column is 'retail will prevail', and as always he shares supporting statistics and practical insight.