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Reversing the Effects of Time: What to do with Damaged Art and Antiques (7/13/09)
A painting udergoing restoration.Q – I have several old oil paintings that have been in my family for years. They have become discolored … More >>


Auction Report: Freeman’s Paintings and Prints Sale (2/9/09)
Ertés HeraWith more than 300 lots in the Feb. 13 paintings and print sale, Freeman’s presents a collection that covers American, … More >>


Great Finds: Just a Knock Away (2/3/09)
Rev. and Mrs. MacFarlanThere is a certain cachet applied to the antiques-and-collectibles world that sometimes mystifies even me. Some folks believe that people … More >>


Weekly News Roundup Feb. 2-Feb. 6, 2009 (2/2/09)
From The New York Times: Dear Amish Diary: After Floods, Made a Quilt An Ephrata, Pa., auction of Amish diaries brought in … More >>


Christie’s offering extra extraordinary art (1/26/09)
MassysChristie’s, the venerable auction house founded in 1766, is hosting sales of extraordinary art this week. The first, “The Scholar’s Eye: … More >>


WorthPoint Offers Valuable Consignment and Brokering Plans (1/22/09)
WorthPoint is in a unique position to be the major source for information for all manner of antiques and collectibles … More >>


Auction Report: Cowan’s Winter Sale (1/18/09)
M.S. OffordCowan’s Feb. 7 Winter Fine and Decorative Arts Sale has 668 lots going up comprised in part from the collections … More >>


Great Finds—A Nun’s Fragment (11/19/08)
Editor’s Note: Worthologist Christopher Kent, an antiques and collectibles generalist, mediated a family feud that resulted in a Great Find. More >>


Great Finds—A Nun’s Fragment (11/15/08)
Editor’s Note: Worthologist Christopher Kent, an antiques and collectibles generalist, mediated a family feud that resulted in a Great Find. 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 >>


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