Susan Mullikin, member of the Antique Trader Ask the Experts team, offers a quick history lesson about the switch from lead to manganese in glass making, in her response to a reader's inquiry.
A reader's inquiry about an 1893 Columbian Exposition postcard promoted Ask the Experts' Dr. Anthony J. Cavo to share some valuable advice about postcards, as well as a bit of World's Fair history.
An enchanting commemorative print of a still life "Fruit and Carafe", originally done in the 16th century done by Michelangelo Caravaggio Roman, is the subject of one inquiry fielded by Susan Mullikin in her Ask the Experts assessment.
In his latest assessments, Ask the Experts' Dr. G. Marchelos, expands on a reader's research regarding a rare silk embroidery military artifact.
During a salvage trip to an old cafe many years back, a Nebraska man came upon a wooden cash register, and in response to his inquiry to Ask the Experts about its possible value, we enjoy an enchanting story of its discovery.
In the latest edition of Ask the Experts, Dr. G. Marchelos provides answers to questions about drip pans, belt buckles and paperweights.
In the most recent Ask the Experts column, Dr. G. Marchelos expands on an Antique Trader reader's research into a 19th century lithograph with regional historic interest.
The mysteries one may find in a box of a parent's stuff is sometimes unimaginable, and such was the case with a curious Ask the Experts inquiry fielded by Anthony Cavo.
No one enjoys losing value on an investment, especially when it’s preventable. In a special feature, Ask the Experts columnist Dr. Anthony J. Cavo shares advice for avoiding lost value on art and antiques by protecting pieces against environmental hazards.
See what Dr. Anthony J. Cavo has to say, in the latest installment of Ask the Experts, about a reader’s 1965 Barbie Hostess Set; a complete set with all the dainty and delicate pieces Barbie needed to treat guests to an evening of fancy fun.