Dr. Anthony Cavo points to the lack of expected wear and tear, as an indication of a 'supposed' 400-year-old box being less-than-authentic, in his latest Ask the Experts column.
In his latest Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan illustrates how cooperating with eBay’s liberal refund policies may increase sales — but not necessarily profits.
In the latest Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan points out the troubles that can arise from lax record keeping when purchasing items for your collections. Should you ever sell, Uncle Sam will be expecting his share of the profit.
Making international sales is not the same thing as getting items delivered and paid for. Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan shares the facts on eBay’s Global Shipping Program, which may fit the bill for sellers when it comes to successfully completing international transactions.
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.
Things have changed since eBay first came on the scene, and in recent years many have questioned if there is a place for small sellers at eBay anymore. Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan discusses this hot topic...
Sin City Pickers Antiques & Collectibles Mall served as the site for thrifty eBay sellers to gather June 21 to talk antiques and more.
Living and learning has served one eBay seller well, as he resolves an issue with a buyer with help from local authorities.
Taking a few proven precautions and insurances can help sellers and buyers minimize the risk of scams and schemes on eBay, suggests a Antique Trader reader.
A friend and former patient, who supplements her social security income by selling her departed husband’s collectibles on eBay was confiding in me about the troubles she recently had with Chinese buyers/schemers. She has been very happy otherwise with eBay and PayPal for the past 10 years, accumulating glowing buyers’ feedback's and a 100...