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Vintage Paper Advertising, Memorabilia and Ephemera

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Vintage Paper Advertising, Memorabilia and Ephemera

Collectors of vintage advertising, memorabilia, ephemera, music, magazines, booklets, trade cards.

Website: http://antiquesinbethania.com/
Members: 138
Latest Activity: Jul 6

Meet Your Moderator Bev Hamel Of Antiques in Bethania


I was born a paper junkie and this was my very first collection - my father had a shop in Lahaska Pa for many years offering paper collectibles - so the trait was inherited. This stuff literally oozes out of every space imaginable in my office area - I cant bear to part with it or sell it!
Bev Hamel

Antiques in Bethania
http://antiquesinbethania.com/
http://bevsschlog.blogspot.com/

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Comment by MyVintageGeneration on April 14, 2009 at 6:16pm
For those who enjoy a cup of tea.
I just bought a new book called "Tea Art: A Modern Look at Vintage Tea Graphics with Price Guide." It's by Gregory Suriano and is chalk full of info on tea advertising and other paper items. Great graphics. A fun read as you sip.
Comment by J. T. Bkins on March 26, 2009 at 1:00am
My thanks to "The Paper Trail" for the shared advise on how to clip,mount and display paper collectibles. Seems that once you get involved with this business each and every thing that you can do along the way improves to ones growth. Thanks
Comment by J. T. Bkins on March 20, 2009 at 1:59am
Joined this comment wall as a re-seller who knows nothing about "Vintage Paper Advertising, Memorabilia and Ephemera". I came across a stack of 1963- 1978 magazines. These had some neat ads in them and thought that I could sell them either online or at my antique booth. The information that I seek is how to remove them and what presentation is best? What part of the magazine needs to remain with the ad for "collectors" and "buyers" to take notice of them? Or are we talking about just full page ads and not the smaller ad 1/4 1/2 page ?
How do you go about pricing and condition grades? Do you have a link to a grading scale such as might be found on grading old books?
Thank You for the much needed help. James T.Brookins
Comment by Country Joe on March 11, 2009 at 3:31pm
Looks like sometime to do with the Hotel Cheverny in Paris. An advertisement of some sort.

See ya, Country Joe
http://countryjoescollectiblestuff.com
Comment by MThoy on March 1, 2009 at 10:33pm
Wow,.. $13,250! That's what my property taxes are goin' be pretty soon! Even if I saw a house for that price, I think I would be a l-i-t-t-l-e weary buying it ( it would be like "The Money Pit")
Comment by Country Joe on March 1, 2009 at 7:47pm
Thought this was pretty neat.

Comment by MThoy on February 24, 2009 at 2:31am
I have a large amount of Victorian era ephemera, advertising, magazines, prints, lithographs,antique cigar labels acquired through the estate sales company I work for. I don't know much about them except that it's hard to find interested parties. It's a niche market. I will say one thing and that slowly and surely I am finding them harder to sell because I want To KEEP some if it, especially the magazine covers( Ladies Home, Metropolitan-there are 10 or so) that I took the time to find out the artist's name and other works. In some of the magazines they offered artwork( like the Tribune used to do ) and some of it is just STUNNING. I have listed some on GoAntiques and I have put the word out that I have A LOT of it. There is a 1913 Home Journal with a girl and a guy playing guitar for her, and that LOOK in her eye( I think it's Christy ) Wow! And a 1910 Housekeeper and the woman on that cover, it's illustration at it's best. I would love to list all of it, there are so many pieces, it's unbelievable! I have some many other things that I sell ( high end glass, furniture,primitives) that is priority.
If I had the time I would make a website just for the prints and mag. cover and the ad art. I am still thinking of getting my old tent out( I used to sell my prints at photography shows) and I might go that route or a flea market. I think these items might do well in that market also, someone would see them and say" I Gotta Have That!"
Comment by C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk on February 23, 2009 at 4:41pm
Welcome aboard Beverly as the co-moderator, Dianne
 

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