The Goth movement
, with bizarre black clothes, creepy spiders
and strange creatures has caused many to take a second glance. Many say WHAT WERE THEY THINKING? When you think about it and take a peek back in time at the 19th century… Continue
Added by Jill Miller on June 30, 2009 at 9:46am —
With the tourist season started in Canada, we were pleased to have a Blog Posted about our market.
If I do this right this should be the link above. Carson's Moncton Flea Market is developing into one of Moncton's newest tourist attractions. More about that in another blog.
Added by Moncton Flea Market on June 25, 2009 at 7:48pm —
I purchased three Louis Icart. They are signed and dated 1926 to 1934. they have two seals. One with his name and the other Paris. One has 301/1000 , 332/1000 (dated 1929, and the other 201/1000 (copyright 1934 with signature. Can you tell me the value of these. I do not know what they say on the back because I am afraid I might ruin it.
Added by MICHELE WESTIN on June 25, 2009 at 5:05pm —
Does anybody know the value of Louis Icart copyright 1924, sealed by Louis Icart and another seal Paris with 301/1000. Also signed?
Added by MICHELE WESTIN on June 25, 2009 at 5:02pm —
Hi, my shop Michelle's Antiques is located in the oldest and largest Antique Mall in Mesa Arizona The Antique Plaza 114 West Main Street.. With over 25,000 sq. feet located in the old Newberry building, we have two floors filled with Antiques and Collectibles. You can also find me in our Antique Annex 2 doors down 120 West Main Street, this shop is 5,000 sq. feet loaded with furniture, paintings, deocrater items, and cases filled with wonderful Victorian to Mid Century items.
We are… Continue
Added by Michelle's Antiques on June 25, 2009 at 1:30am —
Anyone familiar with Chinese antique vases?
Added by Emily Papageorge on June 24, 2009 at 9:12am —
in need some info on a book i recently bought. I have a pic just not loaded to the computer yet, however the title of the book is Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott Published by Ginn and company in Boston 1886 complete with notes and glossary. It is fairly bad condition it was a public school library book. I have tried to contact the school and the are no longer a school. I would just like to know if it is an antique and if it is is it worth anything in its current condition?
Added by Chrystal Jackson on June 24, 2009 at 3:57am —
I have six (6) 1950 minks that I would like to sell. I have no idea the worth.
Added by Jenni Richardson on June 23, 2009 at 4:11pm —
We recently purchased this rare piece as part of a life long collection of Antique Haviland Limoges china in the Meadow Visitors pattern. Must admit that this piece sent us in the research direction. Our time was well spent since we found our answer.…
Added by Holly Lane Antiques on June 22, 2009 at 8:45am —
If you own a cylinder phonograph you need to look at this article @ http://blog.rubylane.com/node/929
Added by Ogee's Antiques on Ruby Lane on June 22, 2009 at 1:04am —
Art Buyers, antique DEALERS, MID Century MODERN BUYERS/ DESIGNERS... LOOKING FOR Dealers..?? I handle TONS of MERCHANDISE. and I AM ALWAYS trying to find BUYERS !!! I am FAIR and HONEST..Looking for the same. I work at a FLORIDA Antiques Gallery...and I am ALWAYS searching to buy and sell GREAT merchandise.
Email me what you need or have...and LETS SEE WHAT WE CAN DO...??
Added by Amy Antiques Sarasota FL on June 22, 2009 at 12:28am —
Some of these incredible works were never attainable until now. Visit www.adrevival.net . How wonderfull to be able to own a print worthy of major metropolitain museum collections. Perhaps you are looking for Hand-painted original oils done in a European style. Visit www.theoxfordgallery.com. Fine art at fine prices. All major credit cards accepted. Be sure to visit our links page for more incredible galleries to come.
Added by Colten Rowland on June 21, 2009 at 4:00am —
Walt Disney Records
The Little Engine that could. 1964
50 years of Disney favories 1973
Winnie the Pooh and the honey tree 1965
Sleeping Beauty 1958
Sesame Street Records
CTW-22068 Bert and Ernie - Sing -a- Long 1975
CWT-22076 Bert and Ernie - Let your fellings show 1977
CWT-22059 Big Bird Sings 1974
CWT-22083 Arnt you glad you are you 1977
KID STUFF… Continue
Added by DM Pelkey on June 20, 2009 at 11:08am —
I have been ridiculously derelict in my on-line duties, including IAO, and for that I apologize. My husband and I are on the road with the rv. We don't subscribe to a wireless internet service, preferring instead to only have internet when staying at a campground that offers it. And a lot of this trip has been spent in national and state parks and forests - so no wi-fi. And that's a good thing sometimes. We've spent a lot of traveling time looking at property and a lot of time doing my favorite… Continue
Added by Colleen Smith on June 19, 2009 at 11:30pm —
Link to the bells which by the way have an exquisite chime: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=170346307487
Thanks for any comments on my description and or questions which may help describe it in more detail. I am not expert here! M
Added by Margo Giroux on June 19, 2009 at 8:51am —
I recently bought a collection of R95 8x10 linen-textured premium photos from a gentleman who contacted me by phone--the pics were slid into corner mounts inside an old album, a pretty hefty scrapbook with every page filled with treasures.
After it arrived I paged through and was excited to see several of these premiums which I'd never seen before--I've been cataloging them
for the past 5-6 years… Continue
Added by Cliff Aliperti on June 18, 2009 at 11:00pm —
OVER 500 LOTS OF CIVIL WAR ITEMS, FIREARMS AND MILITARIA – INCLUDING TWO GATLING GUNS AND SEVERAL CANNONS – WILL BE SOLD BY FONTAINE’S AUG. 15th
(PITTSFIELD, Mass.) – More than 500 lots of important Civil War items, rare and vintage firearms and all manner
of militaria will cross the block in an auction slated for Saturday, Aug. 15, by… Continue
Added by Bob Burke (Fontaine's Auction) on June 18, 2009 at 11:12am —
Ep 68 of the Auctionwally show airs at 8pm ET. I'm excited as tonight's guest hosts a website that has a FREE price guide on almost any collectibles genre!
To find out more listen in at: http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/25106
If you miss this show as it airs live, first, shame on you! Second, no worry, you can get it, or any past episode at:… Continue
Added by Auctionwally on June 16, 2009 at 7:27pm —
I'm seeing customers.
This past weekend I was set up at the Tinnicum Antique Show. It seemed like we did far more in sales, and attendance was higher, than last year.
Well, between unloading the van on Monday, attending 2 auctions on Tuesday, and Jury Duty (Zzzzzz) yesterday, this morning was my first chance to sit down with the books.
Wowie zowie... sales nearly 3 times above last year.
Given the fact that the location was the same, the weather was close enough to being the… Continue
Added by Les Beyer on June 11, 2009 at 11:31am —
Allow me to revise my previous question...I have obtained several/many NASCAR trading cards and collectibles. Most are in mint condition in protective sleeves. Some are complete sets from mid 90's. One particular set is a 20 count set of 1994 embossed metal cards of Dale Earnhardt with a Certificate of Authenticity in a metal tin. They are stunning!! There is also a "#3 Plus"die cast Dale Earnhardt car in excellent condition. Unsure of the size...It has an "Action" key on the bottom of it that… Continue
Added by Erika Kress on June 9, 2009 at 11:00am —