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Be sure to check out the new July 2016 issue of The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles online at http://journalofantiques.com
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Our Annual Show Directory is an invaluable year-long resource for dealers, collectors, and enthusiasts
For $30 your show information will be: 
 – Distributed nationwide in our pull-out insert in the January issue of The Journal of Antiques & Collectibles
 – Available online – all year long –  in a readable PDF on our web site
 – Listed on our monthly online Antiques Events Calendar page
 – Listed the month of your event in the magazine’s monthly Show Calendar
AND you can promote your weekly flea market – online and in the magazine each month – for only $99!
Deadline: November 17th
NEW THIS YEAR: Post and pay for your Show Listings online

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http://guidetobrimfield.com 2015 Brimfield Antiques & Collectibles Shows: May 12-17; July 14-19; September 8-13
Three times a year the Town of Brimfield, Massachusetts plays host to what has become known as the largest outdoor antiques & collectibles show in the country.  This six-day event, held annually in May, July, and September, comprises 21 fields and show venues along an extended stretch of Route 20, and attracts over 5,000 dealers and vendors and over 30,000 collectors and enthusiasts from around the country.
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Results of Recent Auctions From Around the World by Ken Hall A Pour Le Merite (Blue Max) medal, awarded during World War I to German fighter pilot Max Immelman, who brought down eight enemy aircraft, sold for $28,800 at an auction held May 31 by Kaminski…

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If you are the creative type and like to work with your hands, there are many websites to find creative ideas.  The images below are repurposed sports equipment from Pinterest and other sites. If you would like to share your repurposed or upcycled ideas,…

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Results of Recent Auctions From Around the World by Ken Hall A circa-1910 Voltamp No. 2116 “Edna” interurban toy tram, 161/2 inches long and an early version, with an olive green painted body and a wood floor, sold for $21,240 at a Toys, Trains & Banks…

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Results of Recent Auctions From Around the World by Ken Hall A Jupiter Robot in the original box and retaining its original sky blue plastic remote control sold for $36,000 at a Toy Auction held May 30-31 by Morphy Auctions in Denver, Pa. Also, a Tippco…

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By Michael Osacky Pricing vintage sports collectibles is very similar to other categories of antiques. It’s all about condition, condition, condition. Vintage baseball, football, and basketball cards (1870-1970) typically hold the most value. Two things…
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