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The Best of Ed Welch: Money Making Techniques

The Best of Ed Welch: Money Making Techniques By Ed Welch As many of you are aware, our friend Ed Welch passed away in October, 2012. His wisdom and entrepreneurial spirit will be greatly missed. At the request of many of our loyal readers we’ve decided to publish some of their favorite columns from past […]

The Business of Doing Business: The Best of Ed Welch

The Business of Doing Business in Antiques The Best of Ed Welch By Ed Welch As many of you are aware, our friend Ed Welch passed away in October, 2012. His wisdom and entrepreneurial spirit will be greatly missed. At the request of many of our loyal readers we’ve decided to publish some of their […]

The Business of Doing Business: Selling the Things That Sell

A rare pair of Nuremburg Spectacles with original case.

The Business of Doing Business in Antiques Selling the Things That Sell By Ed Welch In the real world, most businesses sell the things that are easy to sell. Look around your hometown, count the number of fast food restaurants, count the number of high-end expensive restaurants-cheap wins every time regardless of the income level […]

The Business of Doing Business: The Price Structure of the Antiques Trade

The Business of Doing Business: The Price Structure of the Antiques Trade

The Business of Doing Business in Antiques By Ed Welch The price structure of the antiques trade. The antiques trade, as a whole, can be divided into ten levels based on selling price. Most people will agree that a Queen Anne table is an item of high value.  Such an item would be out of […]