Do You Have the Warman’s Advantage?

The new edition of Warman’s Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide not only demonstrates why it is America’s longest-running price guide, but it gives you the advantage of having up-to-date information to accurately assess collectibles, make the most of any type of collecting opportunity and keep current in today’s collecting marketplace. With more than 50 categories of antiques and collectibles, including ceramics, fine art, lamps and lighting, glass, toys, postcards, and salt and pepper shakers, there’s a lot to be gained from this guide.

In addition to the color-coded category tabs to help you find your area of interest, thorough descriptions which note key identifying details and values, and 2,000+ auction-quality photos, this 37th edition features many new elements as well. New to this edition:

Warman's Antiques & Collectibles 2010 Price Guide• Bonus DVD featuring a hands-on tutorial led by the author Mark F. Moran and Mary P. Manion, arts columnist for Antique Trader magazine sharing insight and instruction about how to spot fakes and reproductions and assessing value of genuine items

• Contact information for more than 70 auction houses around the country

• “Future of the Market” reports highlighting fine arts, folk art and Americana, vintage clothing, Modernism and Tiffany items

• New and expanded sections covering Modernism, autographs, vintage doorstops, fishing and hunting items, lighting, sports memorabilia and western/cowboy collectibles

You are sure to find your favorites, find your collecting niche and find success with this fresh, 21-century perspective to antiques and collectibles. From now until March 6 receive FREE SHIPPING* when you order your copy of this all-encompassing and beautifully illustrated reference. Be sure to mention code ATBART220 when ordering to receive your savings.

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