IOLA, Wis. — Antique Trader Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide 2014 — America’s No. 1 selling fine art and collectibles price guide four years running — is now on sale with new collecting categories, market analysis and special features.
This year marks the 30th anniversary for the price guide, and it is fully updated with more than 4,500 color photographs, descriptions and real-time market values. At 816 pages, it explains and illustrates a broad range of antiques and collectibles, from art glass to Wild West memorabilia. Once again at the helm is Eric Bradley, public relations associate with Heritage Auctions and former editor of Antique Trader magazine.
“For this very special 30th-anniversary edition of the Antique Trader Price Guide, we chart the dramatic changes taking place in how people collect, where dealers source inventory and why auction houses set records year after year,” Bradley said. “What we found may surprise longtime collectors: several categories are enjoying a renaissance and fascinating discoveries taking place every year are inspiring new collectors. Each entry is guaranteed to be illustrated with a full-color photo so collectors can enjoy the form and function of more than 4,500 antiques and collectibles.”
“We work to make the Antique Trader Price Guide dependable but never predictable, and this very special 30th-anniversary year’s edition is more than just a valuable identification guide to the wide world of fine art and collectibles,” Bradley said. “It’s also an entertaining read that will teach everyone something new about the precious objects they love.”
New categories of this edition include:
• Circus Collectibles
• Antique and Vintage Firearms
• Salesman’s Samples
• Science & Technology
• Transistor Radios
• Western Art
Antique Trader Antiques & Collectibles 2014 Price Guide retails for $22.99 and is available at booksellers nationwide, local antiques shops, and directly from the publisher (Krause Publications) online at www.KrauseBooks.com or by calling 855-864-2579 (M-F 8a.m. – 5 p.m.)
For more information about this new book visit http://bit.ly/AT-AT2014PG.
About the Author:
Eric Bradley works in public relations for Heritage Auctions, the largest auction house founded in the United States and the world’s third largest. A lifelong student of antiques, Bradley served as editor of Antique Trader magazine, AntiqueTrader.com and the Antique Trader Blog. In addition to writing hundreds of articles on antiques, collecting and the trade, Bradley has made several media appearances as an expert on the antiques and collectibles market. His work has received press from The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. Bradley is an avid collector of American art pottery, folk art, and WWII homefront collectibles.
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