Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., has announced the release of the book: “J. Howard Wert’s Gettysburg: A Collection of Relics from the Civil War Battle,” authored by Bruce E. Mowday.
The world of antiques has always been fertile ground for mystery writers. “A Killing in Antiques: A Lucy St. Elmo Mystery" stars an antiques dealer who heads to Brimfield.
When Mark Bellomo, an authority on contemporary collectible toys, met his first G.I. Joe 3 3/4” action figure, it was articulated love at first sight. Still an impassioned collector, Bellomo explains how a perfect storm of reasons are contributing to the skyrocketing prices of vintage 3 3/4” G.I. Joe product.
In an impressively and abundantly illustrated book, author and renowned toy expert Mark Bellomo creates an exhaustive reference to a childhood passion with “The Ultimate Guide to G.I. Joe, 1982-1994,” 3rd edition.
It's may be hard to believe, but it has been 20 years since the adventures of Harry Potter and his magical pals cast a spell on the young and young at heart. A new book by author Eric Bradley takes a unique approach to Potter appreciation, through memorabilia and collectibles.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately of Captain Costentenus, a wonderfully bizarre tattooed circus attraction of long ago. And of escape artist Harry Houdini. Even counterculture artist Robert Crumb fills my daydreams. You’ll meet these odd historic characters – and I do mean characters – in the newly released Antique Trader...
In her review of the new book "Edwardian Ladies Hat Fashions: Where Did You Get That Hat?," Print Editor Karen Knapstein discusses the uncommon, but informative fusion of facts and photos about antique fashions and some of the sacrifices made in the name of style.
Finding meaning and emotion in an appreciation for antique and collectible objects is easy and important, according to the editor of Warman's Antiques & Collectibles price guide.
Ryan Majeske knows a thing or two about Pokémon Cards. He also knows the importance of sharing what you know and striving to be connected to fellow collectors. It's part of why he penned a new book.
Informal, elegant, fun and functional are words Antique Trader Co-Editor Karen Knapstein uses in describing the Olivetti Pattern Series notebook, in her latest 'Things We Love' review.