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Johnson Hall Museum | Here in New England

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A word from our editor Mel Allen: When you have written about New Englanders for over 35 years... Read More »

Ken Gloss, Antiquarian Bookseller, Boston, Massachusetts

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Family lore has it that Ken Gloss’s first spoken word was “book.” How could it be otherwise? His... Read More »

Make a Postcard Lampshade | Inspired Ideas

Make a Postcard Lampshade | Inspired Ideas

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I love poking through antiques shops and flea markets in search of old postcards, fabrics, and lamps–they’re great... Read More »

Make-Dos | Antiques & Collectibles

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One generation’s recycling is another’s treasure. My dad wasn’t the world’s first recycler, just an early adopter of... Read More »

Memory House: Display Memorabilia at Home

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When Don DiMugno moved into his house in Kensington, Connecticut, he went straight to work creating space to... Read More »

Opening Day at the Brimfield Antiques Show

Opening Day at the Brimfield Antiques Show

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Brimfield might be a small town in south-central Massachusetts with a 2010 census population of just 3,609, but... Read More »

Passamaquoddy Life Preserved in Birch Bark

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It has been said that art is the signature of a civilization. Like all signatures, it is unique... Read More »

Pettengill Farm’s Vintage Bazaar

I am always on the hunt for something to finish up a room or reinvent a space.  It... Read More »

PHOTOS: Early Red Sox and Fenway

3 votes, 4.67 avg. rating (89% score)

Red Sox collectibles can demand a premium price, especially in the New England market. In April 2007, Skinner... Read More »

PHOTOS: Vintage Baseball Cards

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As early as the late 1800s, baseball collectibles were the brainchild of savvy marketers who gave away baseball... Read More »

Silhouettes | Antiques & Collectibles

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As a fashion statement, the chic and classic all-black look has been around for a long time; it... Read More »

The Connecticut Antiques Trail

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The broad, mile-long Main Street of Woodbury, Connecticut, is lined with remarkable historic homes built since the town’s... Read More »

The Man Who Invented Nostalgia

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If necessity is the mother of invention, what gives birth to reinvention? Is it dire necessity? A quest... Read More »

Tips for Antiques and Collections

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See details of Sandy’s home in New Hampshire. Finding Good Stuff Sandy Wells likes to frequent the York... Read More »

VIDEO: Brimfield Fair

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Route 20 in Brimfield, Massachusetts, is best known for the annual three-part fairs, Brimfield Antique and Flea Market... Read More »

Vintage Board Games | Antiques and Collectibles

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To stoic Yankee stock, I’m that most unnatural of New Englanders: a person who wears her heart on... Read More »

Wallace Nutting Furniture

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Wallace Nutting is best known for his hand-colored photographs depicting bucolic settings and scenes of early American life,... Read More »

Waltham Pocket Watches | Antiques & Collectibles

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If you ask someone for the time these days, you’ll likely find that instead of checking his wrist,... Read More »



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