Long past its prime, but not yet faded into the mists of history, the drive-in movie theater marks its 80th anniversary June 6, 2013 - as Antique Trader contributor Jamie Brotherton casts the spotlight on this true American icon.
In an Antique Trader exclusive, Asian arts expert Melody Amsel-Arieli, takes you on an exploration of the popular and rarely seen late Qing Dynasty objets d'art.
Certified Appraiser Dr. G. Marchelos digs into the source of an Antique Trader subscriber's unique painting and uncovers the truth behind the 'Helen Keller' art.
It's been 68 years since the Lornita milk glass story began, and just as it did then, these hand-painted pieces charm generation after generation of collectors.
It's amazing what a 3 by 5 card, often with an image on the front, received in the mail, can mean. See if you know the facts about postcards.
A Belleek sugar bowl is high on the list of items a Florida couple is eager to add to their collection, and their seeking help from fellow pickers.
A diverse collection of Native American artifacts, ranging from a Navajo Chief's blanket (est. $400,000) to beaded moccasins ($800), is crossing the auction block at Cowan's Auctions April 5.
A Texas man is seeking help from fellow collectors in his hunt for Tom and Lance's lids and jars, in a PIcker's List request.
Get the "inside scoop" on the new just published Warman's Antiques & Collectibles 2014 directly from Noah Fleisher, editor of this top-selling antiques guide.
Southwestern artist Howard Schleeter's painting “Spur Line (Las Vegas, New Mexico-1938),” 24 inches by 30 inches, soared to $26,070 at auction — a world record for this artist.