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March Chicago International Poster and Print Fair Postponed

Chicago International Poster Fair Postponed

Chicago International Poster Fair Postponed

Promoter Flamingo Events sent out a notice today indicated the Chicago International Vintage Poster & Print Fair scheduled for March has been postponed. The notice reads as follows: “We’re very sorry to inform you that the International Vintage Poster & Print Fair in Chicago (March 27th through the 29th) has been postponed. We are working

Art Resale Law Debated in Court Again

Artists trying to get a piece of the action when their work is resold had another day in a California court recently. Artists used a 1976 law as a basis for a lawsuit in 2011 to try to get auction houses and ebay to collect a five percent royalty when a work is resold, but

If You Needed More Discouragement

An article in the Wall Street Journal can provide it. The value of antiques, specifically brown furniture, continues its decline. Here are some stinging highlights… That American Colonial George III table? It would fetch less on the market than a twill love seat at Crate and Barrel. Most people with money to spend on furniture

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