Monthly Archives: September 2002

Hearth to Hearth: Mechanical Roasting on the Hearth

Hearth to Hearth: Mechanical Roasting on the Hearth – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – September 2002 (reprinted in March 2004) By Alice Ross Good roasts have always been the centerpieces of good meals. However, they have not always been easily available to all. To have them required the availability of good cuts from well-raised animals of […]

Antique Clocks: Time to Buy? …Tips & Trends for Dealers & Collectors

Antique Clocks: time to Buy? Tips and Trends for Dealers and Collectors – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – September 2002 By Jeff Savage A sea of pretty faces, many accompanied by striking figures, greeted me as I entered the convention hall. They all promised a good time, but I was wary. If I […]

The Real Bottom Line – Armory Antiques

The Real Bottom Line, The Business of Doing Business in Antiques, The Journal of Arts and Collectibles –  September 2002 I bought this antique helmet at auction for $900 plus $90 buyer’s premium. However, $990 is not the total amount of money I have invested. I first saw the helmet a week before the auction. […]