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Old fishing Lures & Tackle

by Carl F. Luckey

The long-awaited 8th edition of Old Fishing Lures & Tackle—"the bible for lures collectors"—has been thoroughly updated, combining the time-honored research of the late Carl F. Luckey with essential updates...


The Art Nouveau Style: A Comprehensive Guide with 264 Illustrations

by Stephan Tschudi Madsen

Absorbing, exceptionally detailed study examines early trends, posters, and book illustrations, stylistic influences in architecture; furniture, jewelry, and other applied arts; plus perceptive discussions of...


The Official eBay Guide to Buying, Selling, and Collecting Just About Anything

by Michael Kaiser, Laura Fisher Kaiser & Pierre Omidyar

HAPPY HUNTING™ ON eBay

Aunt Fannie's cameo pin collection...the cartoon-character lunch boxes you had in third grade...that cast-iron doorstop you bought for $2 but is really worth $200....Whether you're a busy...


Antiques Roadshow Behind the Scenes

by Marsha Bemko & Mark L. Walberg

An all-access pass to America's first (and favorite) reality television program -- boasting over ten million viewers each week -- Antiques Roadshow!

If you're a fan of PBS's top-rated Antiques Roadshow, you've...


Liquidating an Estate

by Martin Codina

"What do I do with all this stuff?"

Whether it's due to the loss of a loved one, downsizing, or moving by choice or necessity, an increasing number of people are dealing with this burning question.Striking a...


Money and Exchange in Canada to 1900

by A.B. McCullough

A clear, concise and intriguing explanation of the various coins and currencies used in Canada between 1600 and 1900.


The Wonderful World of Netsuke: With One Hundred Masterpieces of Miniature Sculpture in Color

by Raymond Bushell

Japanese netsuke—miniature carvings—are profiled in this wonderful Japanese arts book.

These tiny masterpieces of sculpture (mostly in ivory and wood), of lacquer, and of metalwork captivated collectors with...


Buying & Selling Antiques & Collectibles: For Fun & Profit

by Don Bingham & Joan Bingham

Written for both beginners and experienced collectors, this antiques guide provides descriptions of some of the more prized antiques and collectibles, and explains how to find them and how to resell them.

How...


Picker's Bible: How To Pick Antiques Like the Pros

by Joe Willard

The Science of Scrounging

Whether readers are dumpster divers, estate sale addicts or modern archaeologists, this easy-to-use and informative guide to "picking" is guaranteed to improve their antiquing skills....


Digging for Treasure

by Ron Dale

Digging for Treasure could possibly have been titled Memoirs of a Dump Digger, as although it is a practical book packed with know-how gained by the author over a number of years, all the information passed...


The Life of a Morris Minor Named Moggy

by Gerald Griffiths

This is the story of a Morris Minor 1000 Saloon. The date of its first registration was April 24, 1964, and its engine cylinder capacity is 1,098. It is now classed as a historical vehicle. The first owner was...


Conversations with a Curator

by Alda G. Kaye

If youve ever been handed down an old piece of clothing or discovered such a treasure in an attic or closet, youve probably had a variation of this thought: What is one to do with an interesting textile or an...


Haematology Made Easy

by Adias & Erhabor

This basic text is intended to trigger the interest of students as well as optimise the training and practice of Haematology in developing countries particularly in sub- Saharan Africa. It is aimed at improving...


Essentials of Blood Transfusion Science

by Dr. Erhabor & Dr. Adias

Blood transfusion is a field where there have been, and continues to be, significant advances in science, technology and most particularly governance. This book aims to provide you with a comprehensive overview...


Colorado Warbird Survivors 2001

by Harold A. Skaarup

The purpose of this handbook is to provide aviation enthusiasts with a simple checklist on where to find the surviving retired military aircraft that are preserved in the state of Colorado.

The majority of the...


Hidden Treasures

by Harriet Baskas

While there are more than 15,000 museums in our country, visitors get to see only about  five percent of any institution’s collections. Most museums simply don’t have room to display everything they’ve...


Masterpieces of Furniture in Photographs and Measured Drawings

by Verna Cook Salomonsky

This well-known reference work has been consulted by generations of collectors, curators, dealers, historians, and craftsmen, and it remains in use decades after its initial publication. Photographs and measured...


Archivists, Collectors, Dealers, and Replevin: Case Studies on Private Ownership of Public Documents

by Elizabeth H. Dow

Today, governmental archivists and manuscript collectors—both private collectors and collecting repositories—are in conflict and competition for government documents that come out of private hands and onto...


Celebrating Canada

by Peter E. Baker & John A. Fleming

A visual journey showcasing how history can make a house a home.

Inspired by the 150th anniversary of Canadian confederation — the same year recognizing 375 years of settlement in Montreal — Quebec author...


Check Points on How to Buy Oriental Rugs

by Charles Jacobsen

This classic oriental rug guide is still the most comprehensive and authoritative book for buying or selling rugs—essential reading for any collector.

Author, Charles W. Jacobsen was a world renowened authority...