25 Years of Proven Pricing

What you'll find inside


Showcases nearly 10,000 listings
Features more than 5,00 stellar color photos
Contains five new categories of collectibles

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Lazy Susan Relish dish

A lot has changed in the antiques and collecting community since the arrival of the first edition of Antique Trader® Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide in 1984, and yet through it all this guide has continued to provide reliable pricing and accurate identification information.
  
antique trader antiques & collectibles price guideEvolving to meet the needs of today’s collectors, and accurately reflect the trends in the marketplace, this go-to guide is always ready with an answer to any collectibles questions. With coverage of everything from advertising items to souvenir novelties and lighting devices this book serves as a great general collectibles reference.
    
“As the world around us has changed and evolved, so has the world of collecting, and this is reflected quite well in the format and contents of our annual price guide,” writes the book’s editor Kyle Husfloen, in his prospective of this 25th edition.
    
Regardless of interest be it dealer, collector, historian, auctioneer, or merely one of the curious ones, the features of this book that leave readers flipping through time again include:
   
    • Extensive listings with thorough description of items, maker information, year of manufacture, size and current value
    • Detailed photographs for accurate identification of pieces
    • Color tabs identifying categories
    • New sections added each year

“This is America’s #1 selling price guide, and no wonder, it’s well edited, colorful and easy to use,” said noted reviewer Barbara Crews, in her About.com: Collectibles column. “
   
In honor of the 25th anniversary of the No. 1 selling antiques and collectibles price guide you can save 25% when you order 2 copies by October 20, 2008. Click here to order, or call 800-258-0929 and mention Coupon Code ATRBART228 when ordering.

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Governess Diamond Dyes Cabinet
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Cross-legged Boy Ceramic Reamer

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