For one week, every summer, for the past 40+ years the community of Bouckville, N.Y. transformers into a haven for antiques and collectibles aficionados. People come from far and wide to experience Antique Week, set for Aug. 11-17, and in a Q&A with John Mancino, president of Madison-Bouckville Promotions, we learn...
In his latest column, Furniture Detective Fred Taylor gives his professional opinion on must-have antique furniture resources for furniture buyers, sellers and scholars.
Making international sales is not the same thing as getting items delivered and paid for. Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan shares the facts on eBay’s Global Shipping Program, which may fit the bill for sellers when it comes to successfully completing international transactions.
Whether you're looking to find antiques and collectibles treasures at a show or during an auction (online or in person), the Antique Trader weekly auction and show ads are a helpful resource in planning your strategy.
A 48-inch landscape painting of Kansas, with a presale estimate of $60,000 to $90,000, may lead all lots in the Aug. 17-18 Auction in Santa Fe sale. A portion of the proceeds from the auction will benefit Bethany College.
A pair of fully articulated Dinictis feline (saber-toothed cat) skeletons is expected to fetch between $200,000 to $250,000 and make a run for top lot in I.M Chait's July 26 auction.
Rubbies, emeralds, pearls and more, set in brooches, necklaces and earrings will take center stage July 25-28 during the New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show.
In an exclusive excerpt from his book, the “Picker’s Bible,” Joe Willard shares his childhood picking experiences, which served as the impetus of becoming a full-time, professional picker.
Check out the inaugural installment of a new column, Postcard Ponderings, written by Antique Trader co-editor Karen Knapstein, as she explores her passion for postcards.