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Bronzes and original comic art headlining upcoming auctions
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Greetings from the Past: Identifying and dating timeless postcards
Understanding the history of postcards can aid in efforts to amass an impressive collection in the present, explains Dr. Anthony J. Cavo, in this special feature.

In this postcard primer, Dr. Cavo explains the different eras of postcards, as well as the presence of logos, design, and imagery.

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Original Spider-Man #100 cover art may bring $300K
The Amazing Spider-Man cover art
Original cover art for 1971's The Amazing Spider-Man#100 will come before bidders for the first time during Heritage Auctions' Feb. 22-24 Comics & Comic Art auction.

This cover was done during the peak period of John Romita, Sr.s artwork, at a time when Spider-Mans popularity was extremely high, Heritage Auctions Senior Vice President for Fine & Decorative Arts Ed Jaster said, regarding the original art shown here.

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Examining furniture with creature features
Creature Feature Furniture Example
I can't put my finger on it exactly, but, there is something enchanting about the 'animalistic' elements that appear in various forms of furniture. In his latest column, Furniture Detective Fred Taylor discusses creature features like those featured in this image of a chair.

Ancient civilizations took the creature feature to a higher level. This is apparent in examples of in the home of three-dimensional forms incorporated into furniture, Taylor states.

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WANTED: Museum and roadside attraction advice
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Experience has taught us the Antique Trader audience is an excellent source of recommendations to help all of us enjoy antiquing even more.

This time around we're looking for recommendations regarding the most original and delightful museum and roadside attraction you've seen or hope to one day see.

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Red Carpet auction to benefit community Feb. 21
Bronze Art Deco statuette
Two unique bronze statuettes, the Art Deco designed female perched on the moon and pictured here, and a Japanese eagle sculpture are among the featured lots in the benefit-focused Red Carpet Auction, Feb. 21.

The bronzes are two of 501 lots featured in the sale presented by The Benefit Shop Foundation. Profits from the monthly Red Carpet auctions go to support community organizations.

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President's Day Sale
Can you imagine seeing your face every time you picked up a coin or a form of currency? I'm almost certain the U.S. Presidents at the center of yesterday's holiday couldn't have imagined that either. However, 219 and 153 years, respectively, after their deaths, they are among the most recognizable faces in U.S. money.
If you're looking for a unique way to explore the history and imagery of Presidents Washington and Lincoln, coin and currency collecting may be the way to go. To help you get started, the shopkeeper of our online booksstore ( is holding a sale on coin and currency references.

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