News-Antique.com - Nov 30,-0001 - When I was actively hunting for desirable clocks, watches and scientific instruments for my shop in NYC or for my clients in many parts of the world, it was hardly possible to stay abreast of all the upcoming auctions fairs and flea markets where I might locate some treasure. A few years ago I started assembling a set of tools that would help collectors and dealers to do just that. I started a web
site called The Internet Antiques Guide. Firstly I added links to dealer’s websites, listed by their specialty if they had one. I then added a calendar that could be searched by keywords for items that visitors might be looking for. This calendar sometimes contains upwards of a thousand antiques events a month. Say you are looking
for “Tiffany Studios” just type that in the search box and you will be shown any listed Tiffany Studios items that are to be offered in the next few weeks. At the moment the search covers all auctions and fairs that submit their catalog in the US as well as specialty auctions being held overseas. The latest update of the site has forums where you can communicate with others who have similar interests. You can publish information or articles that you have found or created and offer to buy or sell antiques in our classified section. Visitors to the site are asked to inform producers of events that we are not yet aware of to add there information to the site.
> Please visit The Internet Antique Guide www.iantiquesguide.com and add your web site or event.
> Jack Krugman has run a shop specializing in the sale and restoration of fine antique timepieces in NYC. He has found many fine and unusual clocks and watches for his clients and he has managed the restorations for many prominent American collectors and institutions.