In this edition of the Ask the Experts antique appraisals, Asheford Institute of Antiques graduate Dr. G. Marchelos sheds light on an interesting oil painting.
An Antique Trader subscriber inquires: "We found this at the Salvation Army and loved it at first sight. This horse is hand-carved from wood. The wheels are wood wrapped in steel and it has a horsehair tail. ..."
Furniture Detective Fred Taylor answers Antique Trader readers' questions about wood care, furniture repair, history and restoration.
Antique Trader editor Eric Bradley appraises a pair of primitive New England scrub boards and an Aesthetic Period glass plate.
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 it. Thank you. — C., Texas, via email A The...
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...
This week we feature one subscriber’s request for the value of an unusual table decorated with a trio of daisies. JustAnswer appraiser Randeen M. Cummings Nelson shows us the table’s eclectic style is decidedly European ... and desirable.