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Antiques Dealers' Association of America. Antiques & Fine At ...

Dealer Spotlight. Antiques & Art In The News. © 2014 Antiques Dealers' Association of America PO Box 529, Newtown, CT 06470-0529 • (203)364-9913  ...

The National Art and Antique Dealers Association of America - Home

Organization of fine and decorative art and antique dealers in America. Includes membership information.

Maine Antique Dealers Association

The members of the Maine Antiques Dealers Association (MADA) are enthusiastic and knowledgeable professionals who are committed to the promotion and ...

New Hampshire Antiques Dealers Association

The New Hampshire Antiques Dealers Association (NHADA) is the one of the largest antiques organizations of its kind, with nearly 300 in-state and out-of-state  ...

Welcome to the Hudson Antiques Dealers Association

he Hudson Antiques Dealers Association (HADA) represents over 60 businesses in the City of Hudson, including a wide range of antiques, decorative objects, ...

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The Art and Antique Dealers League of America

Non-profit membership organization comprising 90 dealers of fine art and antiques devoted to the best interests of dealers and collectors of antiques and works ...

Minnesota Antiques Dealers Association: MADA

MADA was founded in 1973 as an association of individual dealers to promote the knowledge of antiques through special educational events and our annual ...

The International Fine Art and Antique Dealers Show - Haughton ...

The International Fine Art & Antique Dealers Show, founded in 1989, was New York's first vetted fair and remains one of the world's most prestigious art and ...

Vermont Antiques Dealers' Association

The Vermont Antiques Dealers' Association is the official association of antique dealers in Vermont.

Antique - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

They are bought at antique shops, estate sales, auction houses, online auctions, and other venues, or estate inherited. Antique dealers often belong to national ...

Antiques Dealers Association of California


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The most extensive collection of important and rare antiques, fine art and jewelry. Antiques dealer specializing in 18th & 19th-century European & American rare ...

Buying Antiques Online for Antique Dealers

Antique dealers have never had so many resources as they do today. Buying and selling antiques is easy with the Internet, eBay, Craigslist, online classifieds, and chat groups all catering to dealers of antiques. Although some antique dealers still love the quest through yard sales and estate sales, many dealers today save time and gasoline by searching for treasures online.

Try these tips in your hunt for antiques:
  1. Try easy-to-use online auctions to find antiques for sale as a replacement for expensive and time consuming live auctions.
  2. When shopping for antiques online, make sure you know what you’re buying, ask antique sellers plenty of questions, and ask for more photos.
  3. When you join a community of antique dealers, request a link exchange to increase customer flow to your website and display your antiques for sale.

Navigate through the Internet to find antique dealers online

The Internet, with its vast connection to millions of people around the world, is a boon for antique dealers. You can find local antique dealers or dealers from other countries. Another advantage of the Internet is that you can search through numerous linked sites for a particular item, dealer, event, or location. For instance, if you're looking for antique toy dealers, you can narrow your search to toy dealers on the West coast, or even more specifically to one antique doll dealer in Oregon.

Check the credentials of antique dealers

Antique appraisal is a skilled profession. With the advent of the Internet, it's easier to buy and sell, which might make fraud easier to perpetrate. To protect yourself and your investment, research online antique dealers before making a large purchase. When working with an antique furniture dealer, for example, look for certified and accredited appraisers. These skilled people can also help you with damage and loss claims, auction representation, and equitable settlements and disposition.

Join a trade association for antique sellers and buyers

Trade associations are available to help both the antique dealer and the buyer. They offer information, reference material, and publications about various kinds of antiques. They can help you make contacts with appraisers and restoration services, and set you up with auctions, exhibits, and museums. Associations can also help protect you against fraud and counterfeit. You can join a national association for general information and services, a state association that helps promote local shops and events, or a specialized group, such as for antique tool dealers, antique gun dealers, or antique glass dealers.
  • Antique dealers should be cautious when using online appraisal services, as it is difficult to accurately appraise the condition of an item through photos.
  • Use a search service to find rare and out of print books from antique book dealers.
  • The Internet helps antique collectible dealers find estate liquidators, flea markets, hand-made items, and dealers in specific items.

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