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Have an Ox-citing New Year (1/22/09)
Chinese New Year Ox by LladroBy Mark Jaffe While the economy may be dominated by talk of bulls and bears, when it comes to the Chinese … More >>


Auction Report: Dallas Auction Gallery (1/11/09)
Korean Koryo Dynasty vaseLocated in the most dynamic market in the Southwest, Dallas Auction Gallery holds regular auctions in a professional-viewing gallery and … More >>


‘Indiana’ Morgan: Hunting for Antiquities (12/30/08)
As a boy, when Indiana farmers did their spring plowing, Rob Morgan would do some harvesting—his crop, Indian arrow points, … More >>


Antiquities Trade and the Responsible Collector (12/16/08)
A looted pre-Columbian cemetery in PeruThe trade in New World antiquities today is as robust as it has ever been, thanks in part to—what until … More >>


Preserving a George Washington Centennial Ribbon (12/15/08)
7bd860ebd1d0b7d1ab03529834a95215Even at 132 years old, George Washington could be better preserved, at least as he appears on this wonderfully preserved … More >>


Ancient Illuminated Manuscripts (10/30/08)
A modern example (1912) from the poem, Morte DAncient Illuminated Manuscripts By Liz Holderman More >>


Aztecs (9/3/08)
the Aztecs I have on question have been in my possession for several years. I found them in an old store that has since closed up. I’ve enjoyed them, scanned them over a thousand times but also know that they are not to stay with me. Like most people, times are hard and needs must be met. More >>


Auctioning Shaker Items, Finding Roman Coins, Restoring a Folk-Art Landmark (8/2/08)
Arts and collectibles news is highlighted by a rare Shaker auction, unearthing Roman coins, controversy over a folk-art “village” and the sale of the Mount Rushmore of folk art. Rare public offering of Shaker items More >>


pottery (5/1/08)
Pottery from Mesa Verde…Utilitarian..Pueblo II time period…dated 950-1050 A.D. More >>


Rare Roman Coin and Other Antiques (3/30/08)
I have a Rare Imperial Roman Coin, Constantius II, 337-361 A.D. A real rare coin. I also have a 1914 Eastman Kodak Pocket Camera and leather holder in good condition. I have a Treasure Island printed 1922 in New York, my MacMillan Co. Robert Lewis Stevenson signed. More >>


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