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Antiques Manhattan Revived, Helps Fill Pier Void
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Antiques Manhattan, an antiques show that was last seen in New York City in 2003, will return this January, according to show promoter Barry Cohen of b4rTime, Inc. An e-mail to the trade from Cohen reads, "The cancellation of the Americana at the Piers show for 2008 has left a ... (Read More)

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Rare Rolhfs Chair Stars at Cottone's First Auction in Own House
by Fran Kramer

by Fran KramerTwo auctioneers in the Cottone family: son Matt (left) and father, Sam.Sam Cottone selling the chair. He is looking down at a left bid."No balloons or ribbons for our opening!" That's what Sam Cottone said at the end of his final sale inside Peter's Party House in Mt. ... (Read More)

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Stella's Antiques at the Armory Show Will Be Held
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Word from the Stella Show Management Company is that Antiques at the Armory, the January 18-20 antiques show at the 69th Regiment Armory in New York City, will be held. Because the 69th Regiment National Guard unit will be deployed to Afghanistan, Stella’s use of the building was in doubt. For more ... (Read More)

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Salander-O'Reilly Galleries Padlocked, Art and Library Pledged, Big Show Canceled
by David Hewett

by ... (Read More)

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In the Trade: Samuel Herrup of Sheffield, Massachusetts
by Frank Donegan

by Frank DoneganOne thing you can say about Samuel Herrup: he's an optimist. Here's a guy who has been in the business for 35 years, and he waits until now—when everyone is telling you this is the worst antiques market in decades—to open his first shop.Herrup, who has long been ... (Read More)

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Logan Estate Sold by Choice, Choice, and Choice Again
by David Hewett

Iroquois Auctions, Cape Vincent, New Yorkinby David HewettOne of the more unusual on-site estate auctions we've covered took place in Cape Vincent, New York, over the three days of July 6-8. Iroquois Auctions of Brewerton, New York, conducted the sale of the John and Jane Logan estate under tents on ... (Read More)

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Auction Law and Ethics: Maybe...Maybe Not
by Steve Proffitt

by Steve ProffittQ I have a question concerning auctions that allow bidding over the Internet, by telephone, and by absentee bid. Many auctioneers use terms that are totally inconsistent with these forms of bidding. For example, one auction house states: "Everything will be sold as is, where is, with all ... (Read More)

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Mid-Week in Manchester Antiques Show: Frank Gaglio's "Michelangelo"
by Jeanne Schinto

by Jeanne SchintoIt was, admittedly, a faux pas. "Don't you do one of the New Hampshire shows?" this reporter asked a well-known American folk art dealer after approaching him at an auction in July. "I'm doing the show," he testily replied, meaning the one that was about to celebrate its ... (Read More)

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Rumors Don't Hurt Northeast's August Americana Sale
by David Hewett

Northeast Auctions, Manchester, New Hampshire ... (Read More)

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Fiftieth NHADA Show a Smash Hit, Just Like the Others
by David Hewett

by David Hewett"It's just like the old days!" marveled Judith Milne, as she watched the crowds surge into her booth and claim pieces on and off the wall and the floor. It really was. A few minutes earlier, just seconds after the doors opened, the initial flow of prospective customers ... (Read More)
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