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Properly Framing your documents, prints and maps (11/13/08)
Paul Revere Signed DocumentProperly Framing Your Documents, Prints and Maps By Rick Badwey More >>


Japanese auctions. (11/9/08)
Here are a couple of netsuke that are going up for auction at the Kogirekai auction house in Kyoto on the 15th. and 16th. of this month. The first one is 4.5 cm. tall. It is described as a Chinese or Korean boy that has a toy horse. It is made from ivory. The only defect is a chip on the hat. The minimum price is 430$ More >>


Ernest Montaut: A Collectible Automobilia Artist (10/1/08)
Not too many years ago the automobile was considered the work of madmen, determined to corrupt the morals of our society, not to mention upset the enterprise of the blacksmith, the horse breeder and the harness maker. (They weren’t far from the truth.) It is difficult for the current generation to understand how the automobile caught the world’s imagination. More >>


When Should I Restore an Antique or Fine Art Painting? (9/24/08)
7c3b2063f6395f9eb7303740751e7054When you’re considering buying an item or a painting that needs repair, as an antique dealer, you might ask yourself … More >>


Art, Antiques and Collectibles News Still Headlines Hirst (9/16/08)
Again topping the art, antiques and collectibles news is the Damien Hirst auction, which seems to be proving that weirdness sells. But let’s not overlook the rare Constable sketch coming out of the closet and finding collectibles in online thrift stores. More >>


Prosper d’Épinay (French, 1836-1914) (9/9/08)
Prosper d’Épinay (French, 1836-1914) was born to aristocratic parents who emigrated from France to More >>


Illustrator: Aubrey Vincent Beardsley 1872-1898 (9/8/08)
Aubrey Vincent Beardsley was born in Brighton on 21 August 1872 and early showed artistic ability, acting and playing in … More >>


Spelter, The Great Pretender (9/4/08)
Spelter figurines and busts of this type were produced in great numbers during the late 19th Century, most were based on Greek and Roman Classical works or originals of famous 19th Century sculptors. The spelter examples were made as an inexpensive option to the expensive bronze examples produced by noted artists such as Frederic Remington, Auguste Rodin, P.J. Mene and A.L. More >>


Clean Oil Paintings (8/23/08)
Source: http://www.iantiqueonline.com More >>


Vietnamese Antiques Take Big Euro Hit (8/19/08)
A strange mix of art, antiques and collectibles news leads off with a multimillion-dollar miscalculation by the Vietnamese when auctioning a sunken treasure, followed by a collector who didn’t like paying for his artwork and finally, a 1938 Alfa Romeo takes Best of Show. More >>


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