More than 16 presidential documents, including a document signed by President James Madison and then Secretary of State James Monroe which fetched $1,250, generated intense bidder interest June 1, at Direct Auction Galleries.
The combination of vintage advertising collectibles and coin-op machines made for an exciting auction June 1 at Morphy Auctions, when 547 lots realized $610,000.
In addition to announcing its Sept. 6-7 appraisal seminar, the Foundation for Appraisal Education recently established a scholarship program for student appraisers.
This installment of Ask the Experts proves that the most unassuming items can carry intriguing histories and surprising value. Case in point a folk art pig.
Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan discusses the importance of online marketing for the health of a business, and suggests a few simple steps to help you get started.
Ever wonder if your opinion counts, or if your interests or thoughts matter? When it comes to antiques and Antique Trader magazine, the answer is an emphatic 'Yes!' See for yourself how your voice can be heard through Antique Trader.
The Iowa Gas Show and Auctions is gearing up for its 27th annual collectors convention July 31 - Aug. 2 and bringing something new this year; with a double auction live at the show and online at Proxibid.
Every week there are auctions and antiques shows to take in, it's just a matter of knowing when and where they're located. Antique Trader is here to help.
More than 2,000 salt, pepper and sugar shakers including art glass, Victorian decorated, opalescent, and rare sets in frames, are set to sell July 27 through Jeffrey S. Evans.
Kaminski Auctions is expanding its 20th Century Decorative Arts & Modern Design Department with the addition of Kathryn Wilkins to its appraisal team.