Kovels On Antiques & Collectibles Newsletter March 2022 Now Available
Kovels’ March newsletter features farm toys, vintage chairs, phonographs, diving gear, Dutch pottery and Tinworth figurines, all with photos and prices.
CLEVELAND, OHIO, USA, March 4, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Replica farm vehicle toys from one owner’s collection sold at auction in South Dakota featured in report of sales in the March 2022 issue of Kovels On Antiques & Collectibles bulletin. Most were in excellent condition, many in their original boxes, and some had remarkably high prices. Kovels’ newsletter features the best-selling starter set of five New Holland farm vehicles that fetched over $10,000, plus John Deere, Farmall and Ford tractors that ranged from $40 to $8,800 $.
Great vintage modern style chairs can be found at flea markets, auctions and door-to-door sales and knowing the designers and makers is important to their value. An auction in Chicago offered many examples of “modern” chairs sought after by both collectors and owners. Enjoy the design and high prices of chairs by George Nakashima, Pierre Jeanneret, Gio Ponti and other mid-century designers in Kovels’ March newsletter.
A recent auction in Illinois offered a collection of antique phonographs and related items. Kovels’ latest issue features a turn-of-the-century gramophone, a “talking machine” twin-horn record phonograph, as well as an early 5-inch record, a replacement spearhead horn, and a Charlie Chaplin dancing phonograph. with prices rising from $1,000 to $57,000.
An auction in London featured two hard-to-find collectibles among the bids: glazed stoneware figurines by George Tinworth and Dutch art pottery. Tinworth was an English ceramic artist who worked for the Doulton factory in Lambeth, England, from 1867 until his death in 1913. Collectors love his whimsical mouse figurines and examples of Kovels’ March images that stand out. are priced from $950 to $5,000. Kovels also depicts vases and a plate made by early 20th century artists in pottery factories in the Netherlands. Most had art nouveau decor and fetched between $500 and $1,200.
And finally, scuba gear is a popular subset of maritime collectibles. A recent Kansas auction offered old scuba gear and vintage photo examples of Kovels used by US Navy divers. Check out the older Mark V diving helmet that sold for over $20,000 plus newer Mark 12 diving helmet, wetsuit, boots and other related gear in the March newsletter.
The Kovels take a look at the antique and vintage fishing lure market and list a few manufacturers to look out for. Take advantage of Terry Kovel’s advice on smart flea market shopping. The March Marks Dictionary lists marks found on costume jewelry, while the Collectors Gallery answers readers’ questions about a Cloisonne Vase, 19th Century Dry Sink, Elephant Perfume Medallion and Decorative Decanter in pottery used to cool drinks. And over 70 antiques and collectibles are listed in the March 2022 Buyer’s Price Guide.
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Terry Kovel and Kim Kovel provide collectors and researchers with up-to-date and informed information on antiques and collectibles. The company was founded in 1953 by Terry and her late husband, Ralph. The Kovels have written more than 100 books, including their annual Kovels Antiques and Collectibles Price Guide, now in its 54th edition, as well as dozens of pamphlets and three television antiques series.
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