In this Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan sheds light on the misconception of the 'Retail Apocalypse' of 2017, which he explains - with supporting evidence - is really a shift back to small business.
In a recent article Robert M. Shea, CPU, representative of the Fire Mark Circle of America, explains the purpose of fire marks and dispels the myriad of myths.
The desire to help drive traffic to her family's business and fellow Pennsylvania businesses, and raise monies for community needs, led Melissa Nordhoff to create a tour. Ten years in and word is out.
Vintage jewelry is finding its way into the wardrobes of people of all ages, and online jewelry boutique Vintage Meet Modern is providing jewelry options and accessorizing advice.
Sometimes the best piece of advice is 'leave well enough alone,' or it may cause regret. That seems to be one lesson to glean from a recent Ask the Experts column.
Following more than sixty years amassing and appreciating antiques and objects of Americana, Roland and Marilyn Kemble will present their collection for sale through Pook & Pook, Jan. 12-13.
More than eight decades after his passing, the estate of 19th artist-educator John Douglas Patrick, will come before bidders Jan. 15 in a no-reserve auction presented by KC Auction & Appraisal Co.
The topic of antique and vintage tobacco advertising and tobacciana interest is the subject of the Special Exhibition at this year's winter WADA show, Feb. 2-3.
As we prepare to bid 2017 adieu, two leading U.S. auction firms are coming together. Recently, James D. Julia, Inc. merged with Dan Morphy Auctions, becoming a division of the Morphy firm.