After trains, mechanical antique banks are perhaps the most avidly pursued of all the antique toys collected. The most collectible remain those antique banks that where produced in cast iron from...More Details »
Antique barometers and vintage barometers are enjoying a rapid rise in popularity because of their usefulness as well as decorative appeal. Whether mercury or aneroid, Victorian or Deco, English or...More Details »
The celebration of Christmas dates back to Roman times. Several customs associated with modern Christmas celebrations are traced back to early pagan rituals, including Father Christmas in 7th...More Details »
Atlanta Antique GalleryÃ¢â�¬â�¢s antique clocks are the finishing touch to your elegant home. Visitors always admire fine clocks and your family will admire their practical timekeeping...More Details »
Erotica / Erotic (from the Greek Eros - "desire") -- refers to works of art, including literature, photography, film, sculpture and painting, that deal substantively with erotically stimulating or...More Details »
In French, the word "factice" means fake or dummy. When perfume manufacturers were ready to launch a new fragrance, they often manufactured a giant bottle to be used as a display. These bottles,...More Details »
Today, most antique games from the 19th century are rare and highly collectible, primarily because of their spectacular lithography. W. & S.B. Ives Company produced many board and card games in the...More Details »
Handcrafted with hours and hours of labor intensive detail work, these true-to-life replicas of sailboats, ships, chinese junks, sea transports, airplanes, trolley cars, and other modes of...More Details »
Throughout history, knives have been essential for survival, as well as for providing food and shelter. From its earliest form, the knife developed out of necessity, and its evolution may be...More Details »
These Russian Boxes are created by skilled artisans residing in four villages located 300 kilometers from Moscow ( Fedoskino,Palekh,Kholui and Mstera). They represent the highest level of...More Details »
Two substantial metals used in a number of decorative and utilitarian fashions. The use of these metals dates from pre-Victorian to today in forms such as picture frames, candle sticks, dresser...More Details »
A microphone is a device for converting acoustic power into electric power, which has essentially similar characteristics. Microphones convert sound waves into electrical voltages that are...More Details »
Antique music boxes consist of three basic types: cylinder, disk and automaton. They can be made of wood, metal, or porcelain. Birds, human figures and architecture were common subject matter for...More Details »
Orientalia is the name given to an exotic genre of art that began in China and Japan in the 17th century, born of a fascination for all things oriental, and continued to develop through the 18th...More Details »
Antique photographs are distinguished in several ways: Daguerreotypes are one-of-a-kind images on silver-coated copper plate, circa 1839-1860; Ambrotypes are one-of-a-kind images on glass plate,...More Details »
Atlanta Antique Gallery offers a large variety of antique radios and vintage radios. The selection includes antique console radios, antique chairside radios, antique tombstone and cathederal...More Details »
Once upon a time, smoking was considered a chic and sophisticated mannerism. The wide-spread use of tobacco products, fostered by the glamour, mystery, and romance evinced in spectacular films,...More Details »
The appeal of collectible antique thermometers and vintage thermometers is growing rapidly and for good reason...they're still affordable; they're small; they're useful; and they go with every...More Details »
Toby Jugs and Mugs have been around since the early 18th century. They were revived by Doulton in the 19th century, who developed the idea into a range of character jugs. Today their popularity...More Details »
A weapon is any tool or object that is used to increase the range and power of a human. From the earliest traces of mankind up to our modern civilization, weapons have been a facet of human...More Details »
Description: Signed Donn Clendenon Baseball. Also signed "New York Mets 1969 World Champions". Ball was signed in 1973-74, and given to a colleague at the Scripto Lighter Company Atlanta by Mr Clendenon.
Ball box included. No formal authentication.
Description: "Temple Buddah" and two attendants housed in wooden case
14 1/2" tall
with engraved brass decorationand hinges.
One attendent missing forearm other wise good condition
C. late 1800's
Description: 1902 New York Tribune Bound Sunday Supplements - 26 sixteen page supplements. Rated in fair to average condition. Missing cover, and a few pages. Many pages are excellent.
Many excellent...More Details »