FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CLEVELAND – November 1, 2011 – Kovels on Antiques and Collectibles November 2011 issue is now available in print and online.
A jug smothered in snakes sold for $80,500 at an Illinois auction. See pictures and prices of some of Anna Pottery's unusual and shocking output in Kovels' November newsletter. Take a look at the Kovels' sale report on Navajo and other Southwest Indian jewelry that sold for a wide range of prices at recent auctions in Cincinnati and Santa Fe., where prices for the best pieces by known artists were in the thousands. And see pictures and prices of items that were used by doctors 100 or more years ago to treat patients, from a simple mortar and pestle to a surgeon's kit, that were auctioned this fall in Ohio—all in the November issue of Kovels on Antiques and Collectibles.
Regular monthly features—the Dictionary of Marks, featuring American "Belleek," the popular illustrated Collector’s Gallery with answers to readers' questions, and the Buyer’s Price Guide of recent prices—are also included.
With its mixture of expert advice and reports on what’s hot in the market, the newsletter has something to offer for both beginning and experienced collectors. To subscribe to the print version of Kovels on Antiques and Collectibles, go to www.kovels.com/e?subscribe. Subscribe to the downloadable digital version at www.kovels.com/e?digital.
Terry Kovel has written 100 books about collecting, including the best-selling annual price book, Kovels' Antiques and Collectibles Price Guide. The 2012 guide is now available. Terry publishes a subscription newsletter and writes a syndicated newspaper column that appears in more than 150 newspapers and digital publications. She and Ralph starred in the weekly HGTV program, "Flea Market Finds with the Kovels." The Kovels website, Kovels.com, offers 800,000 free prices and other information for collectors, including books, special reports, a weekly emailed letter to collectors, marks and an archive of other informative material. Since Ralph's death in 2008, the Kovel brand has been continued by Terry Kovel and her daughter, Kim Kovel.
Kovels' Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide
To see this press release as a PDF click here.