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Enjoy today’s editor picks. Five antiques that represent iconic items that are hot, what collectors are looking for or just something unusual. What makes it unusual? To our editors it’s a perfect example, or a very rare one or an antique that is just plain weird. Each antique or collectible is chosen from thousands pictured in Kovel’s price books. To see more Register now for FREE access.

Today's Featured Antiques
  • Cover

    Comic Art
    Coloring Book, 3 Stooges, Various Outfits, Lowe, Frame,1960, 17 x 21 In. illustrated
  • Stand

    Furniture
    Plant, 5 Steps, Scrolled, Green Paint, New England, 1800s, 51 x 41 In. illustrated
  • Bank Building

    Banks
    Home Bank, Red, White & Blue Paint, Crack In Roof, 5 In. Illustrated
  • Platter

    Majolica
    Blooming Pond Lily, Handles, c.1890, 13 In., Illustrated
  • Jacquard

    Coverlets
    4 Color, Floral, Geometric Border, 2 Piece, Lancaster,1848, 80 x 96 In. Illustrated
Today's Featured Premium Article
  • Midcentury Storage Furniture Is a Great Fit

    Midcentury modern storage furniture fits into today's lifestyles. Buyers look for modular pieces and known designers. This 1950s lacquered Masonite storage unit by Charles & Ray Eames was auctioned in Chicago. With three drawers and a shelf, it's a versatile piece for a bedroom or living room. See more photos and how much cash it takes to stash your stuff.          
  • Fritz, the Winter Bear

    Fritz, the Winter Bear

    Q: I have a Herrington teddy bear named “Fritz the Winter Bear.” He’s 18 inches high and his arms, legs, and head rotate. His jacket has a Mercedes-Benz logo on the front and another on the back in glittery silver. I found out that 300 were made and it sold out on the first day. What’s the value of the bear?
  • Etagere, Meeks

    Victorian Furniture Prices Climb

    Intricate carvings and dark wood drew collectors to a sale in Alabama where the top bids exceeded 0,000. This monumental étagère by well-known maker J. & J.W. Meeks was the "greatest buy" in the sale. Find out why.          
  • Coffee Tables Short N’ Sweet

    Collectors pay high prices for original versions of the low tables known as coffee or cocktail tables. Midcentury designs used materials in new ways as on this lacquered wood and glass table by Isamu Noguchi. In this sale, you didn't need to pay a "latte" for a table. See more prices and more photos.          
  • Muggsy cookie jar

    "Muggsy" Cookie Jar

    Cookie jar collecting became enormously popular in the late 1980s. But beware of reproductions.

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