For as many different objects there are in the world it's a wonder each item is often the focus of collecting efforts. Such is the case with cash register parts.
FORT MYERS, Fla. – Greg Schiek, proprietor of AntiqueDigger.com, restores American made fountain pens from the early 1920s to the late 1950s. Fountain Pen Restoration Work Fulfilling He says most of his restoration work is on Parker, Sheaffer and Waterman fountain pens. Restoring a fountain pen, in many cases, is meticulous...
Enjoy a compelling exploration of fine pen collecting, use, and restoration, courtesy of Print Editor Karen Knapstein. Memories of your experiences with fountain pens and early rollerball pens will flood your mind.
Sixty years is a long time. However, as we all know, some things definitely get better with time. Although not many sixty-year-old toys may still have the shine of newness, the nostalgia they evoke is timeless. Take these six toys turning 60...
In one of his most recent Behind the Gavel columns, Wayne Jordan discusses the methods and mindset to use when dealing with affluent customers.
Attorney General of Texas, Ken Paxton recently teamed up with numismatic experts, specifically Michael Fuljenz, whose expertise includes numismatic-related crimes, to provide valuable tips about collecting gold coins.
A 'lost' gouache painting believed executed by Jackson Pollock will cross the auction block at J. Levine Auction & Appraisal on June 20.
A 1907 Saint Gauden gold coin, first printing of Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven", and historic ceramics are among the items in Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates' upcoming 32nd Semi-Annual Americana and Fine Antiques Auction.
Inspired by an Ask the Experts inquiry, Print Editor Karen Knapstein explore the subject of repurposing a bed that's seen better days, and refashioning it into a one-of-a-kind bench.