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Antique TraderAntique Trader

Antique Trader September 25, 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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24 Numéros


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showman’s rifle hits bullseye

CLAREMORE, Okla. – A rifle once owned and inscribed by a legendary Wild West showman hit the top-lot bullseye at a recent Holabird firearms auction. The 1864 J.M. Stevens & Co. presentation rifle engraved “from Buffalo Bill to Night-Hawk & Broncho Bill” scored $18,125 to be the star lot. The Buffalo Bill Cody rifle was one of J.M. Davis’ prized possessions in his private collection. It was on display at the Mason Hotel in Claremore until about 1968-1969. It never made it into the huge public display of more than 20,000 guns at the J.M. Davis Firearms Museum over its 50-year lifespan. As such, it was unknown to most modern antique firearm experts and was truly a fresh-to-the-market rifle, said Holabird. About 2,400 antique firearms from Davis’ private collection – part of…

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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 Direct Number: 1-248-837-9293 SALES ASSISTANT Julie Dillon VP, ADVERTISING SALES Kevin D. Smith NEWSSTAND SALES NPS Media Group PRESIDENT & CEO Andrew W. ClurmanSENIOR VP, CFO, COO, & TREASURER Michael HenryCHIEF INNOVATION OFFICER Jonathan DornVP OF AUDIENCE DEVELOPMENT Tom MastersonVP, PRODUCTION & MANUFACTURING Barbara Van SickleVP, PEOPLE & PLACES JoAnn ThomasVP, DIGITAL PRODUCTS & PLATFORMS Katie HerrellVP, IT Nelson SaenzAIM BOARD CHAIR Efrem Zimbalist III…

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a thrifty kind of guy

Eric Bradley is a self-proclaimed thrift store junkie. And it’s easy to see why. Thrift shops offer a menagerie of treasures. Of course, as Eric illustrates in his cover story starting on page 41, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. It’s true, one person’s throwaway butterfly arrangement encased in a Lucite shadowbox is another’s cherished find. Thrift stores offer collectors the opportunity to express their personality in ways that other shopping seldom does. Part of the attraction is the variety. It’s almost unlimited. The other is price tag. Make an error in judgment on a $5 item and, well, it’s easy to laugh that off. Which is exactly what Eric did when he sent me a French Can-Can Dancer teapot he found while thrifting. He paid $5 and had a good…

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longtime antiques dealer fulfills lifelong dream

At the age when most people are well into their retirement years, Frances Veillette was fulfilling her lifelong dream at 86 of opening her own antiques store. After more than 50 years of collecting antiques, the now 87-year-old antiques dealer joined forces with her daughter, Jeanne Veillette Bowerman, and Jody Sauca, owner of another antiques store, Crow Cottage, to open Olde 1811 Antique Shoppe & Crow Cottage in Chatham, New York, last year. They are housed in Chatham’s oldest building, which was erected in 1811 as a tavern that was frequented by a US president. The robust shop is full of antique furniture, primitives, jewelry, scented candles, crocks, jewelry crafted from vintage silverware, one-of-a-kind gifts, and other treasures for homes and designers alike. Customers who step foot in Olde 1811 step back…

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center announces new board of directors member

LYME, N.H. - The Center for Preservation of Painted Walls announces the appointment of Tim Cook of Lyme, NH, to the CPWP board of directors. From 1980-1995, Cook was employed by Recreate Inc., a construction company primarily working on historic restorations. According to Cook, “We built a few new houses using parts of historic houses that had been dismantled and then were reconstructed.” In 1980, Cook and his wife Lynn purchased the Moses Kent Farm in Lyme. Built between 1811 and 1814, the Moses Kent House from the early Federal period is noteworthy for two reasons: Rufus Porter painted murals still in excellent original condition on the walls and were miraculously never covered with a layer of wallpaper; and secondly, due to a series of fortuitous events, the house has been little…

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foundation presenting southern-style seminar

NEW ORLEANS, La. – The 7th annual educational seminar of the Foundation for Appraisal Education (FAE) will be Friday and Saturday, Oct. 4-5, in the gallery of Neal Auction Company in the historic Garden District of New Orleans. The International Society of Appraisers (ISA) will give professional development credits for those who fully participate. Each year, the FAE selects a destination city and a diverse group of presenters on topics that provide both antiques, furnishings and decorative arts and fine art appraisers with learning opportunities and professional development credits. The seminar is open to ISA, AAA and ASA appraisers and professionals, as well as individuals interested in the field of topics presented. The registration fee is $395 for both days or $200 for one day. To register and to learn more…