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Fresh-to-the Market Indy 500 Memorabilia from Clarence Cagle Estate March 24
It is not every day that we get to offer fresh-to-the market Indy 500 Memorabilia. It is also not every day that you can say that the items offered once belonged to Clarence Cagle.
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Antique Helper at the Pier Antiques Show in New York City this Weekend
Visit Antique Helper staff March 17 & 18 at the Pier Antiques Show and browse premier items selected especially for you.
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Important work by Impressionist Richard Miller to be offered at Indianapolis Art & Antiques Show
Among the impressive array of paintings available at this weekend's Indianapolis Art & Antiques Show, Antique Helper is pleased to offer an important work by American Impressionist Richard E. Miller.
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How Our Trip to 20th Century Cincinnati went from Browsing to Buying
Loving many things modern, and preparing for our upcoming Modern Auction in May, we recently traveled across the state border to visit 20th Century Cincinnati, the 18th installment of "the Queen City's annual retrospective of vintage and modern design".
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Important work by Impressionist Richard Miller to be offered at Indianapolis Art & Antiques Show
Among the impressive array of paintings available at this weekend's Indianapolis Art & Antiques Show, Antique Helper is pleased to offer an important work by American Impressionist Richard E. Miller.
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Repurposed with purpose
Every Express Auction is packed with gems worth a second glance. When you start to look at items with repurposing in mind, the possibilities you can find at auction are endless. You may never see auctions the same way again.
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Townsend Collection Part I Breaks Auction Records; Part II Scheduled for June 23
“I am intensely proud of my team. We utilized all of our resources to produce the sale that Antique Helper was built to handle. In the end, the Sunset was glorious on this day,” said Dan Ripley in a poetic closing statement.
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Sell It With A Flourish
Some folks like to do things in a big way. They enjoy the spotlight, and blossom with a little extra attention. We are sort of that way, too, so we understand. Even when it comes to selling an antique or collectible, we think it it always more fun to make a splash. Why do anything the conventional way when you can make it fun?
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Wille Faust Painting Controversy Hits Close to Home
On November 28th, Wille Faust's painting at the Indianapolis airport was removed to be replaced with an LED screen. Antique Helper is lucky to debut a brand new collection of Wille Faust's work amidst the controversy.
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November Art & Design Preview; Chicago, Indy, New York
Ed Ruscha. Rehab Pump Doctors. $2.5-3.5 m. What a difference a month makes. Last month I was struggling to find highlights. This month I could almost close my eyes, throw a dart and land on something great to talk about. The big guns are certainly coming out in New York and it is reflected in […]
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