It's that time of year again. The “Antique Trader Favorite Find” Contest, sponsored by Heritage Auctions, the world’s largest antiques and collectibles auctioneer, runs from July 1, 2015 until 11:59 PM ET on Sept. 30, 2015. Examine the official rules here.
With the holidays rapidly approaching there's no better time to add antiques auctions and shows to your list of must-do shopping excursions, as you're sure to find some special and spectacular pieces that would make great gifts. Check out our hand-selected auction and show advertisements for more information.
Everything from antiques, jewelry and Asian and European art to vampire-killing kits, from upscale So. Calif. estates, will cross the block Oct. 5. The sale, being presented by Don Presley Auctions, features more than 500 lots.
The team from History's hit show 'American Pickers' are planning a trip to the Carolinas, and they're looking for residents of that region with collections they're willing to sell.
Summer may be drawing to a close, but there is no shortage of events to satisfy your passion for antiques. Check out the latest selection of antiques auctions & shows ad from Antique Trader.
A new partnership between eBay and Invaluable will offer buyers the opportunity to participate in traditional live auctions, offered by auction houses around the globe, through real-time online bidding.
The Pawn Stars team is looking for the next awesome thing to come into their shop, and you may have it. The show is holding a casting call of sorts, for the chance to be part of the show and possibly sell your item.
A new player in the antiques and collectibles online marketplace, Lofty.com is working to serve people’s passions for fine antiques and art by providing access to a curated global marketplace and assistance in avoiding any potential difficulties in the journey.
A California riding outfit is among one of the big draws of the auction portion of this year's High Noon Western Americana Weekend, slated for Jan. 25-26. The saddle and related accessories garnered praise from "Antiques Roadshow" appraisers during a 2005 stop in Reno.
By their very nature volunteer fire departments were organized around protecting people and property, without a second thought about whether the property ablaze had an insurer’s fire mark. However, it’s long been the focus of myth that some are working to end.