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Price Information On Line
by John P. Reid

Computer Column #232by John P. Reid, [email protected] and dealers are always looking for price information. They need an idea of prices for items comparable to items they wish to buy or sell. A few years ago, the idea of looking for prices on the Internet was new. Now it is ... (Read More)

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Decoys Double Thomas Day
by Pete Prunkl

Mebane Antique Auction Gallery, Mebane, North CarolinaDecoys Double Dayby Pete PrunklFor the December 14, 2007, Americana sale at Mebane Antique Auction Gallery in Mebane, North Carolina, Jon Lambert assembled an impressive collection of furniture by or from the school of Thomas Day (1801-1861). The most dramatic was a combination wardrobe ... (Read More)


Americana in Virginia
by Walter C. Newman

Ken Farmer Auctions & Appraisals, LLC, Radford, Virginiaby Walter C. NewmanKen Farmer's January 26 and 27 estate and collectors auction continued the firm's tendency toward presenting an extremely wide variety of antiques and collectibles from a large number of consignors. The two-day sale offered 1300 cataloged lots in three sessions ... (Read More)


The Firearms Column
by Robert Kyle

by Robert KyleWith the recent sale of yet another fabled firearms company, Marlin, on the heels of the Winchester collapse two years ago, it's a good time to see just who owns what these days.Starting with the most recent acquisition, Marlin was purchased by Remington in January. The deal also ... (Read More)


Southern Decorative Arts from Folk to Fine Furniture
by Pete Prunkl

Brunk Auctions, Asheville, North Carolinaby Pete PrunklBrunk Auctions' winter sale on January 5 and 6 was neatly divided between furniture from the South, ceramics, clocks, art, and autographs the first day and jewelry and British and Continental furniture the second. Taken together, the two days produced some exciting moments, a ... (Read More)

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Spink Acquires Smythe

Spink, auctioneers of coins, stamps, medals, banknotes, bonds, and share certificates, based in London and established in 1666, has acquired R.M. Smythe & Company, specialists in antique stocks and bonds, banknotes, coins, and autographs, based in New York City and established in 1880.John Herzog, owner of R.M. Smythe & Company ... (Read More)


The Ceramics Fair: The Fauchon of Americana Week
by Lita Solis-Cohen

New York Cityby Lita Solis-CohenThe New York Ceramics Fair at the National Academy Museum is like a pastry shop for collectors. The loan exhibit, Delicious Dipped Ware: Chocolate, Cinnamon, Caramel, Butterscotch, Blueberry, Peach, and Toffee, the colors of pleasure, demonstrated how slip is used like frosting to decorate everyday jugs, ... (Read More)


Americana Sale Helps Relieve Cabin Fever
by Don Johnson

Davies Auctions, Lafayette, Indianaby Don JohnsonThis one could have been on the moon. People still would have come. The February 2 sale in Lafayette, Indiana, by Davies Auctions drew a standing-room-only crowd that arrived early and stayed late.They came in large part for a strong selection of Americana, with all ... (Read More)


Top New York Antique Toy Shop Closes after Nearly 40 Years
by Henry I. Kurtz

by Henry I. KurtzAfter nearly 40 years of serving the needs of old-toy collectors from all over the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia, one of New York City's premier antique toy emporiums closed its doors for the last time on February 29.Appropriately named Second Childhood, the shop, which was ... (Read More)


The Unveiling
by Lita Solis-Cohen

by Lita Solis-Cohen"The Unveiling" was advertised on a postcard with a picture of a maple Savery armchair "veiled" behind a piece of mauve satin, only its leg and arm showing. The card was an invitation from two Chester County, Pennsylvania, dealers—Van Tassel/Baumann and H.L. Chalfant—to "Please Join Us at a ... (Read More)
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