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Auction Report: 19th-C. Half Tester Bed, Grandfather Clock Shine at Stevens Auction (7/26/13)
C Lee bedJACKSON, Tenn. – A mahogany half tester youth-size bed made around 1860 by C. Lee gaveled for $29,900, and a … More >>


Manatee Galleries’ July 27 Auction features Diplomat’s Chinese Porcelain Collection (7/15/13)
5 - RARE CHINESE TRANSITIONAL PERIOD `WUCAI Only rarely does a collection come to the auction marketplace that can match for quality and provenance the one Manatee … More >>


It’s All In The Marks: Dating Porcelain and Pottery (7/14/13)
klemmThe process of identifying any item examined by an appraiser is based on a number of identifiers. In the case … More >>


From Public Health Necessity to Collectibility: The History of the Beer Stein (7/9/13)
faience steinWhen the first beer steins were being produced, their future collectibility likely wasn’t being considered by those who produced them. … More >>


Treasures That Aren’t: The Most Faked Collectibles (6/27/13)
Beatles signed cut signatures found not to be authentic sold for $166In antiques and collectibles, you’ve got your share of frauds and scams. We’ve been shocked by stories of imposters who … More >>


Auction at Famed Madison County Mansion to Feature Furniture, Fine Art (6/24/13)
C Lee bedJACKSON, Tenn. — The contents of one of Jackson’s stateliest and most historic Victorian mansions, Green Gables—will be sold in … More >>


Complete Contents of West Stockbridge, Mass., English Country Estate to sell at Fontaine’s (6/12/13)
This carved R. J. Horner oak nine-tube grandfather clock, standing 120 inches tall, with movement by Westminster & Whittington, is expected to bring between $50,000 and $75,000 at a cataloged antique auction scheduled for Saturday, June 21, by Fontaine’s Auction Gallery.PITTSFIELD, Mass. – The entire contents of Somerset, an extraordinary English country estate manor located in West Stockbridge, Mass., will … More >>


America’s Early Antique Stores: When did the Industry begin in Earnest in the U.S.? (6/4/13)
Photo 4 Golden Gallery first floor 2Having lunch with friends from the U.K., we discussed our afternoon spent browsing through antique stores. “Why aren’t there more … More >>


Collecting the Royals: Kings, Queens and Pretenders to the Throne (5/15/13)
A greeting or special event card featuring the signature of Queen Beatrix and photo, $150There seems to be a lot of abdicating going around. First, Pope Benedict XVI stepped down as Supreme Pontiff (a … More >>


Collecting JFK: Reviewing the Dave Powers Kennedy Presidential Auction (5/9/13)
1960-j.F.K., Campaign PosterAs WorthPoint’s Worthologist for presidential, political and White House memorabilia, one of my first articles, written more than five years … More >>


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