When someone famous—or royal—passes away, collectibles, autographs and items related to their lives rise in value. The passing last week of Prince Philip at age 99 caused us to look at royal collectibles related to Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, and Queen Elizabeth II.
Everyday life, people captured in antique silhouettes. Silhouettes were popular from 1790 to 1840 and are back in style. Collectors are paying high prices for antique silhouettes like this portrait of the Crawford Family. See some others and read about these detailed pieces of history.
Kovels Antiques, Inc., was founded by Ralph and Terry Kovel. Hailed as “the duke and duchess of the antiques world,” they have written more than 100 books and special reports about collecting. Their bylined column is the longest-running syndicated weekly column in the country, distributed to more than 150 newspapers. Their guides include the annual Kovels’ Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide, which has sold over 4 million copies since its first edition.
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