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Pop Up Gallery at Antique Helper Launches
The other day, we took a look around us and we said to ourselves—Look at all of this fabulous merchandise! And then we thought, wouldn’t it be nice if we could make it as easy as possible for folks to get what they wanted for Christmas this year; things that are real and genuine, gifts as personal as your own thumbprint?
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Viking Oak in the spotlight
A Hoosier favorite, the Romweber Company in Batesville, Indiana first manufactured Viking Oak in the 1930s. Production continued through the 1980s. Inspired by Scandinavian folk art, the inviting design of this sturdy, classic line is as at home in a lodge retreat as it is in a well-loved family room.
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Walt Otto and Lucian Lupinski: Two Saturday Evening Post artists take the spotlight on October 13
One of the wonderful things about putting together an auction is that sometimes we get to discover unexpected connections between seemingly unrelated offerings. This time around, while digging around to learn a little more about illustrators Walt Otto and Lucian Lupinski, we were pleased to learn that both artists’ work had appeared in The Saturday Evening Post.
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1913 Indianapolis Motor Speedway Treasure
Eighth Place Driver Trophy from the Third Annual Indianapolis 500 Mile Sweepstakes coming your way on October 13
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Rare Polasek Bronze Remington Arms Centennial Trophy to be offered at Antique Helper Auctions
We are pleased to offer a rare bronze figure by noted 20th Century sculptor Albin Polasek in our October 13 Art & Antiques Auction. The sculpture, produced in 1916 to celebrate the Remington Arms Company’s Centennial Celebration, represents the company’s founder, Eliphalet Remington II.
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Fundraising Antique Helper Style
Being the forward thinking auction-minded, benevolent types that we are, we have often wondered what would happen if you turned a traditional fund raiser into an auction event, Antique Helper style, where, thanks to our ability to host live online auction, the merchandise is offered to a larger, even global audience. The possibilities are endless.
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August 11 Art and Antiques Auction Wrap Up
Miss Joni is dishing about the August 11 art and antiques auction—and her consequent case of buyer’s remorse.
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Little Orphant Annie comes home
Tiffany design with Riley connection to sell at Antique Helper Auctions: Historic stained glass window design celebrating Hoosier Poet James Whitcomb Riley’s Little Orphant Annie to be offered on August 11
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Collecting Vintage Posters
Vintage posters and advertising are front and center in our August 11 Art & Antiques Auction. These colorful finds inspire and appeal to a very diverse audience of collectors. Whether you’re attracted to the large scale lithos or screen prints and stylized imaging that are hallmarks from this age of advertising, or you’re drawn to them for their subject matter, product or message, the attraction is universal.
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How we market your collections
“Our business, the auction business, does not set prices. The market sets prices. Therefore, our business is marketing.” –Dan Ripley
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