Archive for March, 2010

Antique Writing Desk Website launched

. March 31, 2010

AntiqueWritingDesk.org is site that is created specifically to provide everyone with the right information they would need to assist them in their purchase of writing desk. The site will post useful tips, advices and guidelines to make life easier for antique lovers and those that want to engage in this kind of business. For this […]

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Asselmeier & May Antique Estate Auction

. March 31, 2010

On Saturday, April 10th @ 9:30am (Preview @ 8am) at VFW Hall, 200 Veterans Dr., Rt. 158, Millstadt, IL (20 Minutes From St. Louis, MO) 618-473-2273 Beautiful Antique Victorian, Period, Country & Oak Furniture: Fancy Walnut Victorian 2 Piece Cylinder Roll Secretary With Glass Door Bookcase Top, Beautiful Walnut Victorian Marble Top Deep Well Dressers […]

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Latique.com Launches Social Media Site for Antique Dealers

. March 31, 2010

Latique.com, a Dallas, TX, start-up, announces the launch of the first product based social media site for buyers of traditional antiques and fine period art. According to Julie Garrett VanDolen, www.Latique.com co-founder, more than 400 traditional antiques and decorative items were listed at launch in early March 2010. It currently showcases nearly 700 antiques from […]

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Americana and Advertising Collectables for Noel Barrett Auction

. March 31, 2010

Noel Barrett has spent the last several months preparing a spring treat to boost the spirits of winter-weary collectors. His May 1-2 auction, comprised of 1,200 choice lots of early toys and other compatible categories of antiques, is led by the renowned Americana and advertising collection of the late Gordon Stark of Kansas City. Other […]

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Sotheby’s New York Fine European Furniture Sale Highlights

. March 31, 2010

Among the leading works in the spring sale of Fine European Furniture Including Tapestries, Silver, Ceramics and Carpets Lodewijk van Schoor (est. $120/150,000). The tapestry features the arms of Don Zenón de Somodevilla y Bengoechea (1702-1781), a self-made statesman of the Enlightenment who rose through the ranks of the Spanish Navy and was appointed Prime […]

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