If you're into making New Year's resolutions, why not set yourself up for success, and commit to making it to a show, shop, auction or market the first couple months of 2015? Then turn to Antique Trader to find out what's happening and where.
Its often not a matter of not having enough opportunities to locate items to add to our collections, but not having enough time. While we here at Antique Trader can't do a lot about adding more hours to the day, or revamping your schedule, we can keep you informed about the shows and auctions...
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A seldom-seen original one sheet poster for the 1925 horror classic “The Phantom of the Opera” rose to $203,105 in Heritage Auctions' Vintage Movie Poster auction.
Some of the best places to find the antique or collectible you're looking for, or something you didn't even know you were after, are auctions and shows. Check out some select advertisements from the Sept. 17, 2014 issue of Antique Trader to find an event you fancy.
Come Oct. 5 Phoenix's Musical Instrument Museum will be host to auction action as bidders vie for items from the collection of the late Waylon Jennings, a pioneer of outlaw country music, during a sale presented by Guernsey's.
Summer may be drawing to a close, but there is no shortage of events to satisfy your passion for antiques. Check out the latest selection of antiques auctions & shows ad from Antique Trader.
It's going to be a parade of bears at Norman C. Heckler & Co.'s Sept. 19 auction, with more than 1,100 toy bears, including 200 antique models up for grabs.
A seldom-seen complete collection of Coca-Cola calendars, including one dating back to 1896, may prompt bidding wars during Morphy Auction's Aug. 22-24 Coin-op & Advertising auction.
Of the 2,600 lots featured in the Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Auction being offered by James D. Julia Aug. 19-22, more than 1,300 are Chinese porcelain — including a 400-year-old porcelain bowl which features marks from the Li period, which ran from 1573 through 1619, on the base.