Archive for February, 2009

Kovels Top 20 Collectors Searches for January 2009

. February 28, 2009

Kovels.com, the Web’s largest free price guide for antiques and collectibles, today released its list of the top 20 searches for January 2009. Cleveland, Ohio, February 23, 2009 — Kovels.com today released its latest list of the most searched-for antiques and collectibles. See what fellow collectors were looking for in January 2009. Occupied Japan remains […]

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Tom’s 26th Annual Antiques & Collectibles Auction

Tom’s 26th Annual Antiques & Collectibles Auction

. February 23, 2009

More than 400 fresh-to-the-market lots, drawn from prominent area estates, will be sold at auction Saturday, Mar. 7, by auctioneers Tom Perry and Jay Bradshaw of Tom’s Auctions & Appraisals, beginning at 9 a.m. The sale will be held in a former schoolhouse building now used for community activities, located at 8420 Bell Avenue in […]

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Tim’s, Inc. Cabin Fever Auction

Tim’s, Inc. Cabin Fever Auction

. February 22, 2009

Tim’s will hold its 17th annual Cabin Fever Auction on Saturday, March 28, at the Litchfield Firehouse on Route 202 in Litchfield, beginning at 11:30 a.m. “We call it the Cabin Fever Auction because folks need a good reason to come out of their homes at the end of winter,” Tim Chapulis said, “and we […]

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Stevens to Auction Ken Wadginski Collection

Stevens to Auction Ken Wadginski Collection

. February 21, 2009

The lifetime collection of the late Ken Wadginski – a decorated war veteran who retired to the forgotten rural town of Hollow Rock, Tenn., and ended up buying many of the stores and buildings there – will be sold on Saturday, Mar. 28, by Stevens Auction Company. The auction will start at 10 a.m., at […]

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I M Chait Asia Week Auction Mar 17

. February 21, 2009

When I.M. Chait opens the doors of its annual temporary headquarters at 267 Fifth Avenue on March 17, it will unveil one of the finest collections of Asian Works of Art Isadore Chait has seen in his firm’s 40-year history. From the catalogue cover lot—a superb 18th Century Jade Mountain formerly in the Summer Palace—to […]

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