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The Warman's Advantage
As the longest-running price guide and the most trusted name in antique and collectibles, the 44th edition of Warman's Guide to Antiques & Collectibles features more than 1,500 images and 6,000 listings. It brings a fresh, 21st century- perspective that honestly assesses the market and looks at the best categories for investment-everything from fine art and ceramics to space memorabilia and couture. Future of the Market reports share what's hot, what's not and where the experts are putting their money.
Top names in the trade weigh in on key categories:
Writer/editor Catherine Saunders-Watson looks at antique toys.
Auctioneer Dan Murphy explores mechanical banks.
Appraiser/author Caroline Ashleigh asses the market for western wear and memorabilia.
Writer Noah Fleisher presents all-new categories on space memorabilia and illustrator art.
Author Kathy Flood updates the chapter on fine and costume/jewelry.
Values are based on real-world results thanks to dozens of contributing auctions houses from coast to coast.
The longest-running guide to antiques and collectibles just got a whole lot better. The 44th edition of Warman's Antiques & Collectibles 2011 Price Guide provides a fresh 21st-century perspective that honestly assesses the market and looks to the best categories for investment. Insightful Future of the Market reports help determine what's hot, what's not and where the experts are putting their money. Values are based on real-world auction results from dozens of auctions houses from coast to coast. This spectacularly visual guide breaks new ground with up-to-date information on space memorabilia, tribal art, jewelry, photography, illustrator art and toys. Going well beyond the standard picture-price guide approach, Warman's features discerning commentary from the leading authorities in the trade. Besides being informative, it's a great read from cover to cover.