There's a lot to learn from the chairs we rest on, and in the latest installment of his Furniture Detective column, Fred Taylor reveals some truths about invalid and barber chairs.
You've heard the stories of 200 year-old bottles of whiskey opened for special occasions and valued for their taste and allure, but there is far more to the value of vintage liquors than just the taste; as one Dutch-based firm is demonstrating through its appraisal of old liquors.
An exciting selection of antique advertising, toys and dolls, from various private East Coast collections, including an Izannah Walker cloth doll that was rescued from the trash, made for an exceptional sale at James D. Julia.
A "George Washington" tin toy U.S. ocean liner rose to $3,450 in a 430-lot coin and toy auction at Thomaston Place Auction Galleries this past fall.
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The market for high-quality U.S. rare coins saw record-setting amounts paid and higher than average numbers of rare coins in the marketplace in 2013; which has collectors and dealers eager to see how rare coins fare in 2014.
Ninety-five years after making history, the Inverted Jenny stamp, or at least an alternate version, is making history again in a new U.S.P.S. campaign.
In his latest Behind the Gavel column Wayne Jordan explains why, with 70 million users and an endless array of virtual bulletin boards, Pinterest is ripe for antiques businesses and collectors.
The 'Bottle King' Mike Polak, author of the premiere book about bottles, has relaunched his online site, which now features an interactive blog.