BILLINGS, Mont. — When people wonder, “How do you get on Antiques Roadshow?”, the answer is the same as when someone asks for directions to Carnegie Hall: Practice, practice, practice.
Of course, like anything, it’s worth what someone is willing to pay. Right now, apparently the price tag is $14,667.89, the final price hammered in a 10-day eBay auction that ended last night, as 29 bidders battled it out racking up a whopping 62 bids before the auction ended. 100 percent...
You are about to read the worst act by an Antiques Roadshow appraiser you will ever read.
Long before he was the star of cable television’s No. 1 new show, Mike Wolfe built a career scouring America’s forgotten cachés to fuel the industrial style movement.
On Aug. 6, 2009, Antique Trader’s Karen Knapstein spoke with Rick Harrison of the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas and co-star of History’s Pawn Stars.
NEW YORK – Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz are once again searching the back roads, junkyards, and filled-to-the-brim barns in America for “rusty gold.” With an average of 3.8 million total viewers per episode in its first season, American Pickers, the No. 1 new cable series of 2010, returns for a...
Antique Trader readers discuss “Do you think the show American Pickers helps or hurts the antiques business?” among other "questions of the week."
Antique Trader readers discuss “Do you think the show American Pickers helps or hurts the antiques business?”
Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz are American pickers. The two have built a career cruising through back roads scouring barns, garages, people’s homes and, yes, even dumpsters, searching for strange, unusual and attractive antiques and collectibles.