News-Antique.com - Jan 26,2011 - CLEVELAND – Kovels on Antiques and Collectibles February 2011 issue is now available in print and online. This month's news includes:
Vintage Cufflinks are back in style. Cufflinks sold at a recent auction for bargain prices when compared to new ones. Prices and pictures explain what's good or best.
Vintage Coin-Operated Vending Machines selling gum, peanuts or candy sold recently at auction with expected prices.
Antique Glass Scent Bottles that once held smelling salts for a quick pick-me-up are rarely found. Pictures and selling prices at auction are included in Kovels' February newsletter.
Federal or later Federal-style furniture is a good value. Prices are low. Kovels' February newsletter reports on examples that sold recently at a New York auction.
Old Miniature Toy Kitchen Furnishings are collector favorites. Kovels' February newsletter features photos and prices of some doll-sized cast iron kitchen furnishings from a recent New Jersey auction.
Royal Bayreuth Figural Pitchers and Creamers were made more than 100 years ago at the Royal Bayreuth porcelain factory in Bavaria. These amusing and inexpensive collectibles always sell well at auction. See prices and more in the February Kovels' newsletter.
Regular monthly features, such as the popular Collector’s Gallery with answers to readers' questions, and the Buyer’s Price Guide of recent sales prices are also included.
With its mixture of expert advice and reports on what’s hot in the market, the 12-page, color-illustrated Kovels on Antiques and Collectibles newsletter has something for both beginning and experienced collectors. Subscribe to the print version at www.kovels.com/e?subscribe. Subscribe to the downloadable digital version at www.kovels.com/e?digital.
Terry Kovel, known from her books and TV shows, will discuss the content of this release or any other antiques and collectibles topics with accredited media. Photographs are available. Contact email@example.com.
Terry Kovel has written more than 99 books about collecting, including the best-selling annual price book, Kovels' Antiques and Collectibles Price Guide. The 2011 guide is now in stores. Terry publishes a subscription newsletter and writes a syndicated newspaper column that appears in more than 150 newspapers and digital publications. She and Ralph starred in the weekly HGTV program, "Flea Market Finds with the Kovels." The Kovels website, Kovels.com, offers 800,000 free prices and other information for collectors, including books, special reports, a weekly emailed letter to collectors, marks and an archive of other informative material. Since Ralph's death, the Kovel brand has been continued by Terry Kovel and her daughter, Kim Kovel.