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Antique

A product or other item that is old but still desirable to a collector or an investor because of its rarity or quality. There is no set age that renders an item an antique. A car might be considered an antique after 50 years, but a coin after 100.
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Whether someone is collecting antiques for a hobby or buying for resale, an antique auction provides tons of opportunities to find unique items at reasonable prices," said Deb Weidenhamer, CEO of Auction Systems Auctioneers & Appraisers Inc.
Briggs & Oliver, based at Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth, is among the contenders in the category for antiques shop of the year in the Homes & Antiques Magazine Awards 2013.
Bowman Antiques Fairs (01274 588505) is holding an antiques fair at Staffordshire County Showground, Weston Road, Stafford, 10am-5pm.
We've teamed up with Antiques for Everyone to offer every reader two free tickets to see the country's finest examples of art and antiques.
Alongside the hundreds of art and antiques dealers at the fair, Judith Miller and Mark Hill from BBC Antiques Roadshow, will be holding intimate talks every day highlighting their favourite pieces from the fair, sharing expert advice and answering questions.
Ian Sharp, who has runs Ian Sharp Antiques shop on Tynemouth's Front Street for 25 years, is closing the store to instead sell his wares over the internet.
After receiving a tip-off that two people were trying to sell antiques worth millions, the police sent a decoy customer to them.
Mark and Kathryn are the presenters of BBC's Cracking Antiques.
Summary: Internationally acclaimed art fair organisers, Haughton International Fairs, have partnered with Dubai Ladies Club to host a special art and antiques showing exclusively for women during the 'Art Antiques Design Dubai' fair, scheduled to run in February 2009.
Antiques for Everyone, Britain's premier dedicated antiques and fine art event, is returning to the NEC for four days.
Millers has become the antiques industry bible that provides practical and specialist information to antique enthusiasts and experts.