Phillip Weiss Auctions is kicking off a new year in a new locale, and a jam-packed calendar of auctions, starting with a comics, comic art, sports memorabilia and animation auction Jan. 18.
In the latest installment of Ask the Experts, a vintage florist's sign and hand-made blanket both carry interesting histories, and may bring their owners thousands, according Dr. G. Marchelos's.
With a record number of dealers and attendees, the Indy Antique Advertising Show was operating on all cylinders this fall, which marked the first (and definitely not the last) year of participation in the show, by members of the Road Map Collectors Association.
In an auction which saw $1.2 million in sales, an uncommon Popeye windup “Air-o-Plane” complete with its original box soared to $11,257 and a new home at a museum in the Orient, during a June 21 auction at James D. Julia Inc.
There are so many antiques, and only so little time to complete one's desired collections, which leads a long-time collector to ask for help in locating pieces.
Cookie jars have been used to peddle everything from pancakes and green beans to soft drinks and dog treats, among other things, and are popular collectibles.
Iowa's largest indoor antiques and collectibles show, the UNI-Dome Antique & Collectibles Show, will get underway March 22 and feature wares from 150 dealers.
In this space you’ll see fresh updates to the latest antiques auctions, shows and events in Antique Trader. Weekly Auction & Show Ads: Dec. 15, 2012-Feb. 27, 2013.
For Andy Warhol, art and business were separated only by a hyphen. In his 1975 book, “The Philosophy of Andy Warhol: From A to B & Back Again,” the artist speculated that art was a business, and that business was art. He later added, “Good business was the best art.”
Did you know artifacts show coin-operated machines existed as far back as the 1st century A.D.? Here's everything you want to know about coin-op antiques.