BRRRRRRRRRR It's really starting to get cold out now. I have a vintage cashmere coat that will keep you warm and toasty in style! I reduced the price and relisted it at Back Home Again
today. It's sure to please come Christmas morning...…
Added by LuAnn Smith on November 30, 2008 at 4:30pm —
Want to own one of a kind items? Looking to make some money? Then comic book collectibles might be the hobby for you. Comic books, and the passion for collecting them, has enormous popularity throughout the world. As a pop culture icon, comic books were introduced in the 1930's as a simple to read, highly artistic magazine or booklet targeted for the teen or adult market. The act of collecting them goes back as far as well. Comic book collectibles are cataloged and divide by ages. The golden,… Continue
Added by phxblckhawk on November 29, 2008 at 8:30am —
FREE SHIPPING ON HANDMADE ITEMS: From now until December 14th, Back Home Again
is offering free shipping to USA on all handmade items. I knew my freinds at I Antique Online would want to know about it! Check my blog
for other updates...…
Added by LuAnn Smith on November 28, 2008 at 7:51am —
I have an antique Chinese vase what my grandmother gave me long time ago.I'd like to know the actual value for the vase and get it certificated.Location is Sherman Oaks,Ca,if you'd know any place nearby.
Thank you for your help.
Added by Victor on November 25, 2008 at 10:21pm —
There's nothing more gratifying than rescuing and recycling vintage quilts, except maybe doing custom work for the quilts owner. I blogged about it today and I new my friends at I Antique would appreciate it.... http://backhomeagain.typepad.com…
Added by LuAnn Smith on November 24, 2008 at 8:12am —
I was given an antique silver coin and would like to know if anyone could establish it's worth.
Silver Dollar, 1922, Woman's head with "crown" on front, sitting eagle on back on rock with an olive branch and the word "peace" etched on the rock.
Added by Deborah Fabricant on November 22, 2008 at 4:51pm —
Hi, I'm new to group and on my way in the door, Dianne convinced me to start a group centered around my main passion, movie collectibles. Well, I've got that set up and await Dianne's announcement of it tomorrow, but in the process we had an interesting discussion which made me think I should begin the group's content with a quick clarification.
We decided to call it "Movie Cards, Collectibles and Memorabilia
Added by Cliff Aliperti on November 21, 2008 at 1:40am —
The ups and downs of the secondary market on Hallmark Keepsake Collectibles in the past has been like no other roller coaster ride! Today, even though the prices have stabilized, as always, I would say collect them - just because you love them. The ornaments are especially charming and a great treasure to pass down from generation to generation with all the memories of Christmas to give them meaning.
1973 Betsy Hallmark Keepsake Ornament -… Continue
Added by Ellene Meece on November 19, 2008 at 9:32pm —
The image of Santa was changed forever by the Coca Cola advertising campaigns of the 1930s – 1960s. Check out my big blog for more fun at Back Home Again.
Added by LuAnn Smith on November 19, 2008 at 6:11pm —
Collecting antique art is not a child’s play. After all, how many of us can boast of having a genuine antique collection of art? Thanks to the growing popularity of antique art all over the world, more and more people are showing interest in buying (and collecting) items that are ‘antique’ in the real sense. If we talk about antique art, the first term that comes to our mind is ‘antique paintings’. There are several web sites that deal in antique paintings from different parts of the world. You… Continue
Added by shashank on November 19, 2008 at 12:57pm —
E. HOWARD & CO. #61 FLOOR REGULATOR – THE SECOND ONE TO BE AUCTIONED BY FONTAINE'S IN FIVE MONTHS – REALIZES $189,750 AT NOV. 8 SALE HELD IN PITTSFIELD
(Pittsfield, Mass.) - The vintage clock world was buzzing this past June when a magnificent E. Howard & Co. #61 astronomical floor regulator realized $195,500 at a Spring Clock Auction held by Fontaine's. Lightning struck twice when another example, even nicer than the June clock, gaveled for $189,750 at Fontaine's Fall… Continue
Added by Bob Burke (Fontaine's Auction) on November 18, 2008 at 2:57pm —
An Invitation to Consign At Fontaine's Antique Auction Gallery's Upcoming, Antique Auction Series.
We are seeking quality consignments for our upcoming auction series, one piece to an entire collection. Either way, Fontaine's has the service & expertise to assist you. We can provide free estimates & arrange for pick-up & delivery worldwide. Call Fontaine's Auction Gallery at 413-448-8922 for more information about consigning your items. We also buy fine antiques… Continue
Added by Bob Burke (Fontaine's Auction) on November 18, 2008 at 10:30am —
The Internet has opened fantastic access to antiques and reclaimed furniture which otherwise would be out of reach, due to travel limitations. Browsing antiques at united kingdom websites such as antique furniture at Frome Reclamation
makes finding English heritage pieces easy, the hard part comes in buying what you think you are.
My advice comes in the following recommendations, ensure the company belongs to a code of… Continue
Added by David Jonson on November 18, 2008 at 10:26am —
If you're not familiar with Vintage Indie Magazine
, you've really been missing out. Gabreial Wyatt has an amazing eye for vintage and can snoop out the most amazing designers and dealers. You'll also find some great Swanky Swag Giveaways to have fun with. As a matter of fact, the retro apron that is up for grabs right now… Continue
Added by LuAnn Smith on November 18, 2008 at 3:04am —
I went on a Back Home Again treasure hunt and found some fun vintage items yesterday....
Added by LuAnn Smith on November 17, 2008 at 11:15am —
Here's a partial list of the North Adams MA Antiques Estate Auction I've started on eBay. Most start as $9.95 and under, and there are No Reserves.
Click here for the background story on this estate:
Click here to see the auctions
Added by Auctionwally on November 17, 2008 at 12:59am —
I'm having a vintage platter sale at 300 N. Mulberry St
, my sister store to Back Home Again
. Vintage Edwin Knowles, Mikasa and Metlox all at really great prices! You'll find a wonderful assortment of vintage goods for the holidays at my vintage store. I hope you enjoy browsing...…
Added by LuAnn Smith on November 15, 2008 at 12:00pm —
Prices Realized Auction No.: 81108
Auction Date: November 8, 2008
Fall Important Clock Auction
Lot No. Description Realized
1 ITHACA NO. 6 HANGING LIBRARY CALENDAR CLOCK. $2,588
2 J. C. BROWN "RIPPLE" BEEHIVE CLOCK. $2,875
3 ANSONIA ROYAL BONN "LA MINE" IN BLUE & TEAL. $690
4 LARGE E. N. WELCH INLAID WALL CLOCK. $460
5 RODNEY BRACE CARVED COLUMN & SPLAT WITH "TORRINGTON" MOVEMENT. $1,725
7 CLARKE GILBERT "HOLLOW COLUMN"… Continue
Added by Bob Burke (Fontaine's Auction) on November 14, 2008 at 5:06pm —
That's right we are having fantastic giveaways on Vintage Indie all month long. Check back daily for new giveaways and feel free to enter each one multiple times.
Nov. 10-12th Glittery Giveaway
2. Nov. 13-15th Holiday Gift Set Giveaway
3. Nov. 18th (super awesome apron giveaway)
More coming next week!
Head over to… Continue
Added by Gabreial - Vintage Indie on November 14, 2008 at 8:30am —
It's time to pull out the vintage coats... I have to admit I may have a little problem with vintage coats. I just love the way I feel when I wear one... I blogged
about it today and listed a great one in my store
Added by LuAnn Smith on November 12, 2008 at 3:26pm —