The rates for classified ads are $1.00 per word. For 25 words or fewer, the cost is $25.00 minimum charge. Photographs or illustrations are $10 extra. (They may be furnished in any size, but will not exceed 1½” in publication.) Count all words, numbers, and standard abbreviations (etc., St., Ave., state abbreviations, ppd., Dept., ZIP, and so on) of text and address. Payment in advance, please, for classifieds. Tear sheets of classifieds are not sent. MAINE ANTIQUE DIGEST, PO Box 1429, Waldoboro, ME 04572 oremail [email protected].
FINE ART SERVICES. Conservation and restoration of paintings and painted objects. Free consultation, exceptional service. Elizabeth Caton Pardoe, BFA, member AIC. Warren, ME. (207) 273-1375, <[email protected]>.
RARE SOUTHERN HUNT BOARD Late 17th-early 18th century. 42” high x 18” deep x 51” wide. (256) 714-1483.
RARE NEWSPAPERS – The New Collectible! Authentic originals, all historic events, 1600s-20th Century. Revolutionary War, Civil War, Old West, Harper’s Weekly, (www.RareNewspapers.com) (570) 326-1045 ([email protected]).
MAINE PRE-1930 PHOTOGRAPHS, photo albums, diaries, ledgers, scrapbooks, broadsides, books, pamphlets, posters, and brochures. Contact: (207) 443-2092 or john_ [email protected].
ALASKA: Old photos, books, paintings, stereoviews, postcards, ephemera. Anything old Alaska- Yukon-Klondike. Wood, Box 22165, Juneau, AK 98802 <[email protected]t> (907) 789-8450.
AUTOGRAPHS, banners, political pins, leathers, baseball cards, silks, pennants, baseball pins, sports memorabilia wanted. Highest prices paid. Stan Block, 128 Cynthia Road, Newton, MA 02159.
WANTED: Antique cast-iron painted curtain drapery hardware and figural iron. Cast-iron or brass items made by the Judd Co. We buy single items or collections. Contact us (617) 387-2506 or [email protected].
POLITICAL CAMPAIGN ITEMS. Collector will buy buttons, ribbons, posters, canes, hats, china/glass, candidate flags/bandannas, etc. Also suffrage (votes for women) advertising, prohibition items. Call Bob, (978) 346-8150.
WANTED: ANTIQUE GARDEN ORNAMENT Cast iron urns, bird baths, benches and chairs, hitching posts, sundials, finials, cast-iron jockeys, etc. Contact: Aileen Minor, Box 410, Centreville, MD 21617, (410) 758-1489, [email protected].
KNIVES AND AXES by Ruana, Scagel, and Marbles, MSA. Gordon White, PO Box 181, Cuthbert, GA 39840. (229) 732-6982.
MIKADO BANK-WANTED IN ANY CONDITION. Banks, bell toys, and tin toys, mechanical and still, cast-iron and tin. Wanted in any condition. Collector and broker. Dr. “Z,” (248) 561-2314 EST, 1350 Kirts #160, Troy, MI 48084-4800.
WANTED: OLD MOTORCYCLES American, Japanese, British: 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s. Any condition, running or not, especially projects for restoration. Website: (www.wantedoldmotorcycles.com) Phone: 1-800-220-9683 Email: [email protected].
KLOPFER COLLECTION SEEKING RARE NUTMEG GRATERS. Include price & photo to NutmegGraters.com; (860) 763-2675 / <[email protected] com>. Educational website: (www.NutmegGraters.com/index.html).
ANTIQUE SCRIMSHAW from the 19th century, including teeth, crimpers, boxes, tools, swifts, clock towers, etc. Please, please antique pieces only. Contact John Rinaldi, Box 765, Kennebunkport, ME 04046. (207) 967-3218, Fax (207) 967-2918, <[email protected]>, (www.johnrinaldinautical.com).
19th C. WHALEMAN SCRIMSHAW Whale teeth, pie crimpers, boxes, swifts, harpoons, tools, etc. Contact: Rafael Osona, PO Box 2607, Nantucket, MA. 02584, (508) 228-3942. <[email protected]>, (www.rafaelosonaauction.com), Lic. 366.
NANTUCKET ART, BASKETS AND ARTIFACTS Anne Congdon, Frank Swift Chase, Wendall Macy, George Inness, Eastman Johnson, Hayley Lever, John Austin, Ralph Cahoon, James Walter Folger, Andrew Shunney. For comprehensive list, visit (www.rafaelosonaauction.com). Contact: Rafael Osona, (508) 228-3942 <[email protected]>, Lic. 366.
MOVIE POSTERS WANTED. Lobby cards, 1-sheets, window cards, glass slides. Highest prices paid. Dwight Cleveland, PO Box 10922, Chicago, IL 60610-0922. (773) 525-9152. Fax (773) 525-2969. E-mail: <[email protected]>.
Originally published in the October 2022 issue of Maine Antique Digest. © 2022 Maine Antique Digest