Dr. G. Marchelos fields two intriguing inquiries in the latest Ask the Experts column, including one reader's fascination with the initial use for a wooden rack.
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 Ezekiel Airship Manufacturing...
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....
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.