Warman’s – It’s Got People Talking!!

There’s no doubt – it’s hip to be a collector these days! The History Channel’s fan favorites "Pawn Stars" and latest hit "American Pickers" are drawing new fans to the world of antiques and collecting. Meanwhile, greater-than-capacity crowds continue to flock to each destination on the Antiques Roadshow tour, bringing countless collectibles with the hope of hearing their items are more treasure than trash. ?

warman's antiques & collectibles price guideLong before these contemporary views to collecting arrived on the scene there was the classic of collecting, Warman’s Antiques & Collectibles price guide. Now in its 44th edition, Warman’s, as it’s affectionately known, does what it does better than any other guide — provide essential details and facts you need, as well as intriguing descriptions, insightful market trends and stunning photographs you’re sure to enjoy.

As America’s longest-running price guide, Warman’s evolves with the needs of collectors like you, while remaining true to its roots. In this edition you’ll find:

  • More than 100 categories, with everything from advertising items to ceramics made in the Mecca of ceramics, Zanesville
  • 6,000 listings
  • Updated values based on real-world auction results
  • "Future of the Market" reports from top antiques and collectibles experts including Catherine Saunders-Watson, Brent Frankenhoff, Caroline Ashleigh and Noah Fleisher
  • Most detailed descriptions of any collectibles price guide

Be among the first to get the new edition of the premiere collectible and save, save, save!

Preorder your copy of Warman’s Antiques & Collectibles 2011 Price Guide by March 8 at and in addition to saving 34% on the retail price you’ll also receive FREE SHIPPING* on your order. So, be sure to preorder this collectors’ favorite and whatever other great guides you find at – because its FREE SHIPPING thru 3/8.

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