Over 2,000 lots of investment-grade antiques and collectibles from over 100 consignors will change hands March 30 to April 1 in Showtime Auction Services’ spring sale. In addition to pedal cars and toys, the auction will feature banks, pottery, Wave Crest, trade signs, advertising signs, folk art, soda fountain, Coca-Cola, Western, Native American, country store, paintings, farm signs, match safes, tip trays, whiskey and breweriana. Read More +
Antiques collectors love old things and these new products make our collections and investments all the more valuable. From Orange Glo and Tech Stain Remover to Zippo lighters and retro-inspired signs, these are some of our favorite new products for our old collections. Read More +
“This is more of a ‘happening’ than just shopping experience,” said one visitor as she entered the DuPage County Fairgrounds for the First Annual Wheaton, Ill., Haunted Halloween All-Niter Market Oct. 29. Promoter
Bob Zurko pulled out all the stops as he offered a fairgrounds full of vendors with collectable goodies along with a varied schedule of attractions including a costume ball, live bands, hay rides, a beer garden, a pumpkin carving contest, a costume contest, an autograph table stocked with movie/TV stars and WWF wrestlers. Read More +
USA Theatres, which operates drive-in and outdoor theatres in Central Pennsylvania, is entering the world of antique toys in launching the American Antique Toy & Coin-Op Show., March 3, 2012. Read More +
A wide-ranging vintage advertising auction saw a rare United Motors Service oval neon sign bring $6,325 Oct. 14, 2011. Read More +
The diverse area of kitchenware/household objects offers a world of collecting opportunities. Your interests may lead you to antique rarities more than 100 years old or to items of more recent manufacture. Any and all territory should be considered fair … Read More +
Each week AntiqueTrader.com features all half-page and full page advertisements from the most recent edition of the print magazine, extending our commitment to help our customers find new customers. In this space you’ll see fresh updates to the latest advertisements featuring direct links to the advertisers’ websites. Read More +
“I’ve never been lost,” said Daniel Boone; “But I was once perplexed for a few days.” It’s said that Boone was a master at staying found. Making his way through the wilderness with nothing more than an incomplete map, a compass, and his own sensibilities, he blazed a trail that thousands would follow from Virginia to Kentucky.
From its inception in 1998, the Alameda Point Antiques and Collectibles Faire has lived up to its mission to encourage people to buy and sell treasures from the past. Allen Michaan, the fair’s founder and president, recognized a great opportunity for a wide-ranging antiques event when the Alameda Naval Air Station closed in 1997. Read More +
Each week AntiqueTrader.com features all half-page and full page advertisements from the most recent edition of the print magazine, extending our commitment to help our customers find new customers. In this space you’ll see fresh updates to the latest advertisements featuring direct links to the advertisers’ websites.
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