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Smart Pickers Find Gold in Vintage Bikes (11/8/13)
Photo 1 Raleigh MK1 Pro Burner BMX bikePickers everywhere dream of finding collectible “gold” stashed away in a barn or an attic. It seems almost weekly that … More >>


When Dylan Went Electric: Historic Newport Stratocaster to be Auctioned by Christie’s (11/3/13)
DylanOn Dec. 6, 2013, Christie’s of New York will auction the 1964 Fender Stratocaster guitar that was played by Bob … More >>


Estate Executors’ Headaches: What to do with Upholstered Furniture (10/22/13)
Photo chairWriter Amy Gale, in her book “Shows, Shops, & Auctions: Essays on the Antiques Trade,” recounts a tale of London … More >>


D’Angelico and D’Aquisto: Masters of the Handmade Archtop Guitar (10/8/13)
photo 1 DHandmade stringed musical instruments are seldom average. They are usually found at the extremes of quality: they are either gawdawful … More >>


Estate Executors’ Headaches: Liquidating Tangible Personal Property (9/25/13)
auction signPop quiz for executors: what estate settlement task will take up most of your time, cause you the most aggravation, … More >>


I Inherited the Family Piano… Now What? (9/20/13)
photo 3 Mason & Hamlin consoleHow do you stop an elephant from charging? Take away his credit card. Why do elephants have trunks? Because they … More >>


Brunswick Panatrope Radio Phonograph was the First Multi-Disc Record Player (9/12/13)
Photo 4 Inside the Brunswick phonographI bought my first MP3 player last week. I know it’s old technology. Apple introduced the iPod in 2001 and … More >>


Estate Executors’ Headaches: Shelves and Shelves Full of Books (9/6/13)
1 books on shelvesFrom the time I was a college student, I’ve been a collector of books. Well, not a collector exactly; more … More >>


The Auction that Launched the Antiques Trade (9/3/13)
BlenheimPalaceThe antiques business began in July, 1886. At least, that’s the claim made by author Jonathan Gash in his book “Paid … More >>


Estate Executors’ Headaches: Hard-to-Sell Items (8/25/13)
OIt’s fun to think of estates as being filled with hidden treasures, waiting to be discovered and cashed in for … More >>


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