Read my tips and values for the three most popular President Kennedy related collectibles. Plus, I reveal the best time to sell and buy for the biggest profit. JFK and Kennedy family related record albums, campaign memorabilia, vases, and magazines are collectible.Read More »
Don’t Use eBay as a Price Guide
Everybody does it and you are making big mistakes and losing tens of thousands of dollars by incorrectly valuing items. Here are real stories told to me by fans like just like you. Read my three reasons why you should not use eBay as a substitute for an appraisal. The online auction site does not reflect true values.Read More »
Violin from The Titanic sells $1.6M
Did you hear that a violin played on the Titanic sold for $1.6 Million dollars? Sure, the sale of a piece of Titanic memorabilia is exciting and everybody loves a good story, but for some unknown reason, everybody thinks that their old violin is only valuable object in the family. Before you bring your violin to one of my events or send photos for my review, read my three points on this news story, violins, and the Stradivarius mark.Read More »
Are Antiques Values too High?
Have you ever heard somebody who claims to be an antiques appraiser say that antiques are way overvalued and there is too much old stuff around? Ph.D. Antiques Appraiser Dr. Lori dispels this myth with three easy points including tips on how to avoid the traps that resellers try to set when buying and selling antiques.Read More »