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.
Alexander Calder's sculpture "Long Brass Tail" may command $600,000 during Leslie Hindman Auctioneers' Sept. 24-25 auction.
When you're in search of upcoming events, a good place to check is AntiqueTrader.com. Between the events calendars and the featured advertisements in the Weekly Antique Auction & Show round up, you will have a nice start in planning your next adventure.
A miniature shelf clock by Levenworth and a unique Munger "stove pipe" clock are among the lots heading to sale Sept. 25-26 at Cottone Auctions.
A 50 percent jump in the quantity of auctions, a nearly 70 percent increase in the number of unique bidders, 40 percent growth in gross merchandise sales, coupled with several technological advancements led to a record breaking second quarter of 2015 for Invaluable.
Looking ahead to July and a portion of August, the antique auction and show schedule looks promising in many areas of the U.S.
Check out upcoming antique auctions and show ads, before the schedule gets busier.
Skinner, Inc. is expanding its auction services by establishing a regional office in New York City. "Given our proximity to the city and the number of clients we serve there, our specialists are already highly familiar with the market," said Karen Keene, CEO of Skinner.
With summer nearly here, there are many opportunities to take in antique shows, spend the afternoon at flea markets and participate in auctions. Turn to Antique Trader for information about upcoming antiques and collectibles events.
Whether you're interested in taking a road trip to attend a winter antique show or looking to get in on auctions, live an in person or online, the weekly antiques show and auction ads are a great place to turn for inspiration and ideas.