Archive for March, 2009

New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show

. March 30, 2009

dmg world media has announced that the third annual New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show will take place July 24-27, 2009 at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City. This four-day show, opening two days prior to the JA New York Summer Show, will bring together more than 100 of the finest antique jewelry […]

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Antique Trader Announces Production of 1st Annual Industry Directory

. March 29, 2009

Free advertising opportunity offered in the Antique Trader 1st Annual Antiques and Collectibles Industry Directory IOLA, Wis.—Antique Trader, the national antiques publication delivering news, commentary, and advertising for the antiques market, has announced it will produce a stand-alone Antiques and Collectibles Industry Directory in 2009, which will be distributed to more than 40,000 Antique Trader […]

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Matthews and Gavin Pope to Auction Vintage Toys, Motorcycles, Advertising Items and More

Matthews and Gavin Pope to Auction Vintage Toys, Motorcycles, Advertising Items and More

. March 29, 2009

A spectacular lifetime single-owner collection, comprising over 700 lots of vintage toy trucks, cast-iron and tin motorcycle toys, full-size antique motorcycles and bicycles, advertising signs and displays, petroliana, coin-op machines and even a big-rig 1954 Mack LTH semi truck, will be sold at auction May 2-3 by Matthews Auctions, LLC, and Gavin Pope Auction Co. […]

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Kaminski Fine Art and Antiques Auction Apr 4-5

. March 28, 2009

Kaminski Auctions has announced its Spring Fine Art and Estates Auction. The auction features antiques, fine art and collectibles from estates in Massachusetts, California and beyond. The auction takes place Saturday and Sunday April 4-5 at Woodman’s Function Hall, 127 R. Main St., Essex, MA. Bidding commences at 10am each day and preview periods are […]

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Red Baron Antiques Auction Atlanta Mar 28-29

Red Baron Antiques Auction Atlanta Mar 28-29

. March 27, 2009

Mark Twain and Red Baron Antiques have something in common: reports of their demise were greatly exaggerated. In the case of Red Baron’s – the Atlanta-based auction house known for its thrice-annual themed extravaganzas – falsely reported rumors of its closing proved to be premature. A ‘Grand Finale’ sale was held late last year, after […]

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