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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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The further two episodes will be screened in the spring of 2020 and will feature antiques experts David Harper and Louise Gostelow.
* Perkins and Menson Antiques, Ashby, Massachusetts
Simon said that as well as enjoying the quality antiques, Margie was particularly interested in the ghostly goings-on.
The one aspect of Russian antiques that separate it from the rest of the world is that they use more color than anywhere.
2016 marks the 39th year of production for the Antiques Roadshow, which remains one of BBC One's most watched factual titles, boasting an average of six million viewers each Sunday.
Sherman specialist Val Hammond will present her latest finds, while formal jewellery is always in abundance in the booth of Atlantis Antiques of Burlington.
However, it is the Carmarthen Antiques Fair's reputation for its abundance of quirky, unexpected bygones including vintage accessories and clothes, toys and dolls, post cards, nautical items, militaria, linens and Welsh blankets and coins (including this time a collection of Welsh Industrial tokens) which keep antiques enthusiasts returning time and again to this popular, friendly fair.
Antique Forum (01782 393660) is holding an antiques and collectors' fair at Uttoxeter Racecourse, Wood Lane, Uttoxeter, 10am-5pm.
New Delhi, June 29 -- Wallrocks, a renowned antique shop has recently announced the introduction of delivery services of their products across the world.
The UK's largest quality antiques fair, Antiques for Everyone returns to the NEC from Thursday April 12 to Sunday April 15 and YOU could be there.
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.