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  • Sterling trinket box

    Sterling trinket box, late 19th century, background various hallmarks

  • Getty Museum pottery

    Chinese blue and white porcelain, early 18th century, Getty Museum

  • 1910 Bureau of printing and engraving

    1910 Bureau of printing and engraving

  • antique jewelry

    French aigrette, chrysoberyl, silver, Dame Evans collection 1750-60

  • Furniture

    Baroque arm chair, circa 1670, Victoria and Albert Museum

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No antique is as rare, old, or valuable as it seems-unless your neighbor owns it. 
- Murphy's first law of antiques

The best tag sales always have the least parking. 
- Shelly's Rule

"Everyone who wants to know what will happen ought to examine what has happened: everything in this world in any epoch has their replicas in antiquity."
— Niccolò Machiavelli 

"Our admiration of the antique is not admiration of the old, but of the natural."
- Ralph  Waldo Emerson

"I collect antiques. Why? Because they're beautiful."
—Broderick Crawford