A subscriber learns what she thought was a German schrank is really a New England step-back cupboard valued at about $3,000 while another learns a Victorian print featuring The Lord’s Prayer is worth $50. Read More +
HGTV’s Cash & Cari will be filming an open house from 3-6 p.m. Jan. 12, 2012 in Westland, Mich., where Cari Cucksey and Caroline Ashleigh, together with several other pros, will be offering free appraisals to help collectors and … Read More +
This article was originally published in Antique Trader >>Subscribe today for just $26! Q I recently inherited this stock certificate that was purchased by my great-grandfather in 1902 and I am having a hard time finding the collectible value of … Read More +
Antique Trader shows one reader that his attic find of a vintage View-Master and Junior Merchant tin bank, while colorful and interesting, have more value as display items than big-ticket collectibles. View-Masters have been in continuous production since 1939, when Sawyer’s of Portland, Ore., first introduced the View-Master at the New York World’s Fair. The earliest viewers (known as the Model A viewer) are marked "PAT.APPLD.FOR"; they are made from lightweight Kodak Tenite plastic and are prone to warping.
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