Tag Archives: NYC

NYC Big Flea Forced to Relocate During Antique Week

The Armory Show NYC Big Flea Antiques has been moved from the Lexington Avenue Armory to the Hammerstein Ballroom at Manhattan Center, 311 W. 34th St. at Eighth Avenue. The recent change in location was caused by recently discovered lead

Gavels ‘n’ Paddles: Marilyn Monroe dress, $4.81 million, Julien’s

Results of Recent Auctions From Near and Far by Ken Hall Marilyn Monroe’s iconic, form-fitting “Happy Birthday Mr. President” dress from JFK’s birthday celebration at Madison Square Garden in New York City sold for $4.81 million at a sale of

Tool Blocks

Tool Blocks

Every profession has its tools, which evolve and refine to keep pace with technology and the changing needs of the trade. Here are examples of four different vocations and the museums that showcase the collections that tell their story. Medical

The September, 2016 Brooklyn Antiquarian Book Fair To Offer The Finest Antique Books

The September, 2016 Brooklyn Antiquarian Book Fair To Offer The Finest Antique Books and Ephemera To Ever Bridge The Brooklyn Borough The third annual Brooklyn Antiquarian Book Fair features almost 100 dealers as well as a jam-packed agenda of special

Antique Books and Fine Ephemera Take Center Stage In New York City on Saturday, April 9th, 2016!

This year’s New York City Book and Ephemera Fair, a satellite event to the prestigious New York Antiquarian Book Fair, features over 60 top-tier dealers and offers free round trip shuttle service from the Park Avenue Armory, the hub of

Museum Highlights: March 2016

Museum Highlights: March 2016

By Erica Lome The Luxury of Time: European Clocks and Watches On Exhibit through March 27, 2016 Metropolitan Museum of Art New York, NY The Metropolitan Museum of Art is currently showing “The Luxury of Time: European Clocks and Watches”,

Publisher’s Corner: August 2015

Maxine Carter-Lome - Publisher

Thank You, Mickey! When I was selling off my grandfather’s autographs, by far the most popular items – in terms of interest and value – came from his sports collection of signed photos, programs, letters, signature cuts, and baseball cards.

Archives International Auctions to offer the Historic Family Archives of Rudolph P. Laubenheimer, Thursday, June 25th

Auction to be held at the Collector’s Club in New York City, starting at 10:30 a.m. Eastern time. Ft. Lee, NJ… “The appearance on the market of the family archive of German-born master engraver and die sinker, Rudolph Philipp Laubenheimer

Am I an antique, too?

Funny how life works

Am I an antique, too? by Maxine Carter-Lome, Publisher Our oldest daughter is pursuing a Masters in Decorative Arts & Material Culture at Bard Graduate Center in New York City. I tell you this not to brag (well, maybe a

Gavels ‘n’ Paddles: Samuel Robb Indian, $40,625, Doyle New York

Gavels 'n' Paddles: Samuel Robb Indian, $40,625, Doyle New York

Gavels ‘n’ Paddles: Samuel Robb Indian, $40,625, Doyle New York Recent Auction Results From Near & Far By Ken Hall A 19th century carved, painted cigar store Indian maiden attributed to Samuel Anderson Robb (1851-1928), 56 inches tall, sold for