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November 2008 Blog Posts (39)

How to sell old coins?

It is really fun to collect antique products. It is a hobby for many people . Moreover this wonderful hobby can help you earn big bucks too. It is indeed a pleasant experience to collect old coins. It is more than fun . It makes you happy and rich as well. It is easy to sell antique old coins at very good rates. Nevertheless it is not easy to collect rare old coins. However you need to work hard to collect rare old coins. You should have very good contacts with people who deal in antiques… Continue

Added by hema latha on November 10, 2008 at 2:00am — 1 Comment

For I Antique Memebers Only

Folks,

At McClellan Elms Antiques, we are trying something new. We are posting advance offerings of fresh 18th and 19th Century antiques on our website BEHIND a SECRET LINK. We are doing this so that our members can get "First Shot" at offerings, before the general public. To access this inventory, go to our website at"



www.mcclellanelmsantiques.com



And Click on the RED TRIANGLE to the right of our Gallery Menu. Those items will be invisible to those that don't know… Continue

Added by Mike and Donna Perry on November 9, 2008 at 6:57am — 1 Comment

Ebay is becoming a dinosaur, and we all know what happened to the dinosaurs!

Hello all. For about a year of more I've been thinking of ways to distance myself from Ebay's ever increasing fees, mandates, and indifference toward their Sellers. I have all but stopped putting anythying of significance on Ebay, whereas, in the past, anything I had that was quality in nature would be listed on Ebay without hesitation. These days I have been using the network of contacts, mostly secured from past Ebays sales, to move some of my nicer inventory to former Customers I've gotten… Continue

Added by Timothy on November 8, 2008 at 10:17pm — 3 Comments

elvis presley collectibles

I was looking around on ebay yesterday for some Elvis Presley items to buy as a gift for my mother's birthday. Her birthday is exactly three weeks from now, so I decided to plan ahead. My mother absolutely adores Elvis because she grew up listening to his music and was around when his career was at his peak. When I went on ebay to look around, I found an old twenty-nine cent Elvis stamp from somewhere around the sixties. Not only was it a stamp, it also came with a free Elvis clock, all for… Continue

Added by Josh Roberts on November 8, 2008 at 12:21pm — 1 Comment

Watch your Figure...Figurines that is!

Figurines have become one of America’s favorite collectibles. So, a word of advice to those who pass them by in garage sales, flea markets and even retail stores like they are unwanted calories: watch your figure but don’t forsake those figurines! They could bring in great added value to your collection of treasures.



Whether made from wood, bronze, ceramic, spun glass, pewter, resin or porcelain, figurines can find a special place in your… Continue

Added by Ellene Meece on November 7, 2008 at 3:52pm — 2 Comments

Bob Burke (Fontaine's Auction) Our Important Clock Auction is Tomorrow! November 8th! Starting at 10am for our discovery auction.... our main auction of 275 antique clocks will start at 1pm! You can watch it LIVE from home!

Our Important Clock Auction is Tomorrow! November 8th! Starting at 10am for our discovery auction.... our main auction of 275 antique clocks will start at 1pm!



Auction Network will broadcast live streaming video of the auction and provide viewers with real-time, interactive bidding during the auction. Online viewers can watch the action unfold and join in to bid live against the auction's attendees and people around the world. Auction Network also delivers adrenaline-fueled… Continue

Added by Bob Burke (Fontaine's Auction) on November 7, 2008 at 3:21pm — No Comments

For Anyone who doesn't sleep much and has alot of creative ocd, this is just the tip of the iceberg-smile

I have been making shadowboxes since forever! Here are just two that I've done over the years. I really like to use the old wooden printers trays, they make the best ones. I currently have fifteen on my walls, and I am making one right now that is all animals. Next I'm going super hero's, which should be fun. It makes me sad when I think of all the people in the world that have alot of their past, in boxes, in dark closets, in drawers, never to see the light of day. Most of mine have stuff I… Continue

Added by Julia Carlson on November 7, 2008 at 5:55am — 1 Comment

About Antique Furniture

hi,i want to share antique furniture..first we know what is antique furniture?? Antique furniture is the term for collectible interior furnishings of considerable age; often its age, rarity, condition, utility, or other unique features makes the furniture desirable.Furniture can be made from many materials, including metal, plastic, and wood. Cabinetry and cabinet making are terms for the skill set used in the building of furniture.but Antique collecting can be enjoyed by people of all ages and… Continue

Added by bharathiraj balasubramanian on November 6, 2008 at 11:30pm — No Comments

I come for the antiques

I was just wondering, isn't this site for people who collect antiques and other collectables? I just checked my in box and everything in it pertained ti things that are very important, but nothing to do with way I joined this site. Antiques are my "little get-a-way". You know, to get away from all the crazyniess of the new world. I like to go back in time and appreciate the coolness of the past. I don't know. Maybe I'm wrong, but I take care of my issues with teen pregnancey, globel warming,… Continue

Added by Victoria Benson on November 6, 2008 at 6:10pm — 6 Comments

Antique Furniture



My grandfather was an Antique Furniture lover and he loves to collect considerable number of antique furniture. He had collected antique furniture like antique replica furniture, silver furniture, and antique reproduction furniture. These include antique frames, beds, chairs, trunks, replica daybed, replica chairs, etc. We are from India so all these are Indian Antique Furniture.



Design and texturing are the most important and… Continue

Added by Manoj Bind on November 6, 2008 at 1:09pm — No Comments

French Furniture

In 1804, Napoleon Bonaparte had himself anointed and crowned Emperor of France. The furniture style known as Empire is a style of majestic grandeur that Napoleon felt fitting to honor his glory. He considered himself the greatest world ruler since Julius Caesar. The Empire style is the last of the great French styles that widely influenced furniture design throughout the world. During his rule, Napoleon conquered Italy and Egypt. He was overwhelmed by his conquest of these countries. He brought… Continue

Added by Tanu Mircea on November 6, 2008 at 11:42am — No Comments

Antique Furniture

My love affair with historic furniture started seven years ago while I was a deck hand on a schooner in New Port Road Island. My job involved polishing the furniture inside the sail boat and I was impressed by the level of care I was trained to take when cleaning the peices.



Never before have I felt such a sense of pride about an object and I realized that there is more to this than just furniture. I started browsing the internet about my new found interest and happened upon the… Continue

Added by Quintin Du Plessis on November 6, 2008 at 11:30am — No Comments

Antique Furniture

Anybody can find antique furniture to fit any decor, from country to contemporary. Let the buyer beware: Reproductions abound in the furniture field. Do your homework to make sure you're purchasing the real deal



Step-a

Become familiar with terms like cabriole legs that you're going to come across in advertisements and auction catalogs. (By the way, cabriole legs curve out like a cowboy's after too long in the saddle.)

Step-b

Study the names (there can be… Continue

Added by Sunil on November 6, 2008 at 11:10am — No Comments

Vintage Living in Northwest Colorado!

In this world of antiques and collectibles we do a lot of looking, buying and selling, exchanging, researching, and talking about it. But, what if we invited others to "experience" it? Last month, I decided to open up the 1950's guest cottage, located on our little ranch in Northwest Colorado, to anyone who would like to experience vintage living. I don't have it completely decorated yet, so there are not so many photos of vintage interior but what I do have is some comfortable living space in… Continue

Added by Ellene Meece on November 4, 2008 at 8:30pm — 6 Comments

NEED INFO PLEASE

I have a antique wagon with wooden wheels. There is an inscription of
No.33 Lt Gould & Co. Chicago Illinois. I am trying to fine out more info on this wagon. I think it was build in the late 1800's to early 1900's
Jan

Added by janet paxton on November 4, 2008 at 3:35pm — 6 Comments

Antique Furniture

Antique furniture can add elegance to any decor, and is a wonderful investment for any collector. I found myself getting into antique furniture collecting after watching a few of my previous collections start to lose value. I have always been on the look out for any potential collecting while also providing me a return on my investments, and I found that antique furniture is a great way to do so. The furniture pieces can help tie any room together, is a conversation piece, and is also a piece… Continue

Added by John Beckitt on November 3, 2008 at 9:55pm — 1 Comment

Bob Burke (Fontaine's Auction) REVERSE SERPENTINE MAHOGANY CHIPPENDALE CHEST BRINGS $34,500 AT FONTAINE'S AUCTION HELD OCTOBER 18th THAT GROSSES OVER $1 MILLION

REVERSE SERPENTINE MAHOGANY CHIPPENDALE CHEST BRINGS $34,500 AT FONTAINE'S AUCTION HELD OCTOBER 18th THAT GROSSES OVER $1 MILLION



(Pittsfield, Mass.) - A gorgeous reverse serpentine mahogany four-drawer ball-and-claw foot Chippendale chest, measuring 39-1/2 inches wide by 34-1/2 inches tall by 23-1/2 inches deep, sold for $34,500 at a two-session, multi-estate sale held Oct. 18 by Fontaine's Auction Gallery. The chest was the top lot in a sale that saw around 500 lots change hands… Continue

Added by Bob Burke (Fontaine's Auction) on November 3, 2008 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Clear Glass Canister Set made in Italy

My Daughter has a clear glass canister set and on top of the lid it has 'Hermetic" and the bottom "MADE IN ITALY" on it . On the back "TOSCANA 1861". I think the front side has a figure of a chicken with three little chicks, and a barn. One side has a hillside with a building, trees and a small duck in a pond with a larger one behind it. The other side has a figure of a barn or shed building, trees, a flower and one chicken like figure. Does anyone know anything about these?

Added by Carol on November 3, 2008 at 1:30pm — 2 Comments

Antique Rifles

There are so many different varieties of goods to hold on to now a days. Collecting items is something that truly long ago was not on the to do list to most of us, until it is showing they are worth something, and often quite a lot. I have seen many items, I remember having long ago and kick myself in the rear for getting rid of! There are so many items worth alot today and one of those items are Antique Rifles.

There are so many gorgeous Rifles… Continue

Added by Vampy on November 2, 2008 at 10:43am — No Comments

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