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A Nip of Fall in the Air

By Sandy Dale      It’s hard to imagine that the holidays are just around the corner. That is good news to some and dreadful news to others. I personally can’t wait. My holiday season officially starts with Halloween. I’m fond of scaring little children out of their wits with my screaming witch cackle and then giving them a piece of […]

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The Appraiser’s Diary: Adult Trick or Treat Street on Antique Row

The Appraiser’s Diary: Adult Trick or Treat Street on Antique Row

By Rachel Hoffman      How long has it been since you went trick or treating? It’s probably been awhile! Do you have fun memories of trick or treating in your neighborhood when you were a child? I would like to invite you to come out to Denver’s Antique Row for our second annual “Adult Trick or Treating” event. The antique […]

by · October 6, 2017 · 0 comments · Appraiser's Diary, Feature Article
Antique Detective: Children’s Early-Made Clothing a Hot Collectible

Antique Detective: Children’s Early-Made Clothing a Hot Collectible

By Anne Gilbert      Do you know that children’s clothing has a long and fascinating history dating back to the 16th century? Boys and girls wore gowns, robes or tunics. Totally sexless. Fast forward to your own early childhood! What did you wear when you were from six to ten years old? Maybe its’ collectible.    Clothing made for babies. little […]

by · October 6, 2017 · 0 comments · Antique Detective, Feature Article
Train Collection Auctions – Thousands of Items – Gigantic Railroad Auction Oct. 28, Nov. 4 at Family Estate Auctions in Lakewood

Train Collection Auctions – Thousands of Items – Gigantic Railroad Auction Oct. 28, Nov. 4 at Family Estate Auctions in Lakewood

   Family Estate Auctions is hosting a GIGANTIC Railroad Auction on October 28 and November 4 featuring a gigantic railroad estate assembled from a single collector. The estate has thousands of unique and original items including:    Lanterns, Lamps, Signs, Badges, Tin Ware, Signals, Switches, Oil cans, Tools, Containers, Books, Magazines, Epherma, Ledgers, Original Documents, Railroad China, Locks and Keys, Rail […]

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Antique Detective: Antique Portrait Busts Have Long History

Antique Detective: Antique Portrait Busts Have Long History

By Anne Gilbert      There has always been a fascination for portrait busts, that continues. When they come up for auction prices are varied, depending on many factors. Age and subject are the most important. The sculpted heads of Egyptian and Roman rulers have never gone out of fashion. After all who wouldn’t like to display a sculpture supposedly dating […]

by · October 6, 2017 · 0 comments · Antique Detective, Feature Article