There's something new to behold on Sunday's in Sandwich, Ill. - the new Sunday at Sandwich Antiques Show. Organized by a group of seasoned antiques dealers with a passion for offering quality antiques, collectibles and crafts, this show offers a little bit of something for just about everyone.
What better place to explore, examine and discuss exoticism in decorative arts and design than New Orleans' French Quarter? No where, that's why the sixth annual New Orleans Antiques Forum set for Aug. 1-4 promises to be an unbeatable experience.
A rare blue-green plantation bitters bottle, circa 1862-1872, may claim the top lot spot during American Bottle Auction's Internet sale, which is set for June 21-30.
With thousands of collectors expected to fill the floor at the Check the Oil Gas & Oil Show, and 450 lots set for sale during Matthews Auctions, LLC. June 22 auction, it's all systems go for petroliana and automobilia collectors.
They say, in order to know where you're going you need to know where you've been. In his most recent installment of Behind the Gavel, columnist Wayne Jordan offers up advice for using profit centers to track your business' past and plan the present.
The just announced Yard Sale Expo & Flea Market for June 29 has been cancelled. A future date has not yet been announced. Organizers include Dan and Laura Dotson of "Storage Wars" fame.
After a three-year hiatus, ‘Toys & Prices,’ the go-to guide for toy collectors, returns with renewed focus, new categories and a new attitude, thanks to toymaster Mark Bellomo.
Back-to-back fine glass and lamp auctions are on deck for June 19-20 as James D. Julia Auctioneers of Fairfield, Maine kicks off its summer auction season.
With summer show preparations underway at The Big Red Barn in Round Top, Texas, promoters and vendors alike are hoping to see a repeat of the type of success they enjoyed during the winter show.