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Antique TraderAntique Trader

Antique Trader September 11, 2019

Whether you're looking for a trusted place to bid in auctions, buy or sell, Antique Trader is the top resource to find online auction sites, auction houses, and expert advice about antique furniture, jewelry and collectibles. Thousands of antiques and collectibles are for sale in each issue as well as hard to find items to buy, sell, or trade. Antique Trader also contains the most current and comprehensive information on antique shows and stores and earns best-selling honors year after year by providing precise descriptions and current pricing.

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English
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Active Interest Media
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antique trader

GENERAL MANAGER Peter Miller GROUP PUBLISHER Ray Chelstowski PUBLISHER Corinne Zielke EDITORS Paul Kennedy, Kristine Manty CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Wayne Jordan, Mary Manion, Michael Polak, Fred Taylor, Melanie C. Thomas, and Dr. Anthony J. Cavo GRAPHIC DESIGNER Sandi Carpenter ADVERTISING SALES Tim Baldwin TBaldwin@aimmedia.com Direct Number: 1-248-837-9293 SALES ASSISTANT Julie Dillon JDillon@aimmedia.com VP, ADVERTISING SALES Kevin D. Smith NEWSSTAND SALES NPS Media Group PRESIDENT & CEO Andrew W. Clurman SENIOR VP, CFO, COO, & TREASURER Michael Henry CHIEF INNOVATION OFFICER Jonathan Dorn VP OF AUDIENCE DEVELOPMENT Tom Masterson VP, PRODUCTION & MANUFACTURING Barbara Van Sickle VP, PEOPLE & PLACES JoAnn Thomas VP, DIGITAL PRODUCTS & PLATFORMS Katie Herrell VP, IT Nelson Saenz AIM BOARD CHAIR Efrem Zimbalist III…

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ask the experts

Premiums sought by kids of all ages during 1950s Q I read Antique Trader all the time and see people asking about their items and finally decided to see if you may be able to solve the mystery of this club card and pin for me. It appeared to have that 1950s appeal to me and was probably why I had purchased it for just a (well-spent) dollar. I picked this up at an old-collector show probably about 10 years ago. I haven’t come across much information about it since and have never seen another like it. I was hoping you may be able to tell me more about it. Many thanks for your time, Tom DePina A One highlight of a child’s life during the 1940s-1960s was the discovery of premiums. Many…

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‘american pickers’ looking for cool stuff in wisconsin this fall

Wisconsinites: If you have a private collection of cool or historic stuff, you could end up on TV. Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz of “American Pickers” are heading to Wisconsin to do some picking. They announced on the show’s Facebook page that they’ll be in the state in October and are only interested in items from private collections; no stores will be considered. If you think you have the right stuff, or know someone who does, email americanpickers@cineflix.com or call (855) OLD-RUST. Debuting on the History channel in 2010, “American Pickers” is one of cable TV’s top-rated unscripted shows and follows Wolfe and Fritz’s adventures across the country, as they buy offbeat, collectible and historic items either for resale at Wolfe’s Iowa-based store or for themselves. This summer, the pair have been…

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tear gas leads to museum trustee’s resignation

NEW YORK (AP) – The vice chairman of New York’s Whitney Museum of American Art resigned recently after eight artists asked to withdraw their work from a biennial exhibition over his ownership of a company that makes tear gas. “It is with great sadness and disappointment that I inform you of my decision to resign from the Board of Trustees of the Whitney Museum, effective immediately,” Warren Kanders said in letter to the board. Kanders, who had served on the Whitney’s board since 2006, decried the “politicized and oftentimes toxic environment in which we find ourselves across all spheres of public discourse, including the art community.” Kanders’ company, the Safariland Group, sells body armor for police officers, as well as tear gas. Critics say the tear gas has been used against migrants at…

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museum showcases artifacts from closed college

LAWRENCEVILLE, Va. (AP) – “Challenge by choice” was the motto of Saint Paul’s College, which closed in 2013 because of financial problems and declining student enrollment. Now the citizens of Lawrenceville are living up to that motto – by taking up the challenge of collecting and preserving artifacts documenting the 125-year history of the historically black college. Lawrenceville residents and other supporters of Saint Paul’s College have opened a museum to showcase the memorabilia – including an original copy of “Adventure in Faith,” an autobiography written by the Rev. James Solomon Russell, who was born enslaved, became an Episcopal priest and founded the school in 1888. The year-old museum has been such a success that it is ready to expand to a new location. “We’re trying to create a place that could be a…

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fireboard is star lot at skinner’s auction

MARLBOROUGH, Mass. — A piece of Americana sold for more than twice its high pre-sale estimate at Skinner’s Americana sale in August. The unsigned paint-decorated pine fireboard painted for the Amos Blazo house in North Parsonsfield, Maine, circa 1815-20, sold for $86,000 and was the top lot. The single panel with two large trees and several smaller ones sold to a phone bidder for more than twice the estimate of $20,000-$40,000. The 39-inch x 54-inch piece had remained in the house until 1984 and featured provenance to Stephen Score. In general, color sold well with paint-decorated wood and tin bringing strong prices. The sale brought in more than $2.25 million and consisted of over 420 lots featuring The Americana collection of Robert Cooney, selections from the Ronnie Newman Textile Collection, rare pieces…

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