When celebrating 20 years, what's the traditional gift? Silver, paper, or if you are the Roscoe Antique Mall, expansion of the business.
In this Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan looks at the benefits of applying the importance of curb appeal to a commercial building and business.
In this Eye on Entrepreneur profile, Jeremy Schneider, owner of Lost and Found Collectibles, discusses cast iron cookware and more with Antique Trader contributor Sara Jordan-Heintz.
Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan discusses the concept of Dealer Dicker Days and how this type of event can bring a little 'sales sunshine,' to antique businesses.
Much of today's holiday shopping atmosphere is about sales - best deals. In this Behind the Gavel column Wayne Jordan warns sellers against markdown mania without first running the numbers.
During the latest 'Tiquing on a Tankful event, guest contributor Sandy Erdman recounts her autumn antiquing excursion along the border of Wisconsin and Minnesota.
A change toward greater pricing transparency within the antiques and collectibles market is a departure from the norm, but can be useful, provided the information is accurate, says Wayne Jordan.
After more than 40 years of operating Griffins & Gargoyles in a iconic brick building on Lawrence Ave. in Chicago, the father-daughter duo of Roy and Kelly Donovan are moving their antiques business strictly online.
There's no question nostalgia is at the center of many peoples' interest in antiques and collectibles, but, if you are selling antiques and collectibles Wayne Jordan urges you to consider if you are tapping into the emotion of nostalgia to truly market items.