Found articles matching "unloved antiques".
  • Aug 9 2016
  • 9 Aug 2016

WorthPoint Chats with Harry Rinker: An Importer’s Mark and Summer Reads

In the Aug. 10, 2016 episode of WorthPoint Chats with harry Rinker, Harry answers viewers’ questions about a set of china with an importer’s mark […]

  • Aug 8 2016
  • 8 Aug 2016

Rinker on Collectibles: Summer Reads for Antiques Enthusiasts Part I

I spent the past three weeks reading 14 mysteries in which antiques and collectibles play a primary or peripheral role. Each year, as I start […]

  • Aug 8 2016
  • 8 Aug 2016

Mark of the Week: Greenwood Pottery Ne Plus Ultra Ware

We are all fortunate to have an incredible resource for identifying marks right at our fingertips. WorthPoint’s MAPS (Marks, Autographs, Patterns and Symbols) database has […]

  • Aug 5 2016
  • 5 Aug 2016

Rinker on Collectibles: Red Flags for Collectors when Closing the Deal

A red flag is a situation or circumstance experienced by a collector that causes him/her to pause and think twice. There are dozens of red […]

  • Aug 4 2016
  • 4 Aug 2016

Postcard Time Machine: Collecting America’s Roadside Attractions

One of the best reasons to travel America’s highways and byways is to see things we can’t see anywhere else. Sometimes we’re driving long distances […]

  • Aug 4 2016
  • 4 Aug 2016

WorthPoint Makes Appearance at eBay Open Seller’s Conference

The eBay Open Seller’s Conference, held last month in Las Vegas, was a chance for sellers to talk to the people at the top, including […]

  • Aug 3 2016
  • 3 Aug 2016

The Stick Chair – Introduction to the Windsor

One type of chair that everyone is familiar with is the ever present Windsor chair. But why are there so many of them and what […]

  • Aug 2 2016
  • 2 Aug 2016

WorthPoint Chats with Harry Rinker: The Value of a Cattle Brand

In the Aug. 2, 2016 episode of WorthPoint Chats with harry Rinker, Harry answers viewers’ questions about the value of a cattle brand and a […]

  • Aug 2 2016
  • 2 Aug 2016

Succeeding in Your Business: The Fine Art of Managing ‘Misfits’

The future of eBay is becoming a little clearer. I was privileged both to attend and speak at last week’s “eBay Open” seller’s conference in […]

  • Aug 2 2016
  • 2 Aug 2016

Avoiding a Razing: Maryland Town Pays Ransom to Rebel Troops

By Gerald Tebben The citizens of Hagerstown, Md., knew no good would come from the column of 1,500 Confederate cavalry that rode into town early […]