Classified Ads

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 $10.00 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, P.O. Box 1429, Waldoboro, ME 04572. <ads@maineantiquedigest.com>

FOR SALE

DAVISTOWN MUSEUM: sale of paintings, prints, and pottery 2018-19 fund-raising drive. Contact curator at (www.davistownmuseum.org) or call 1-888-405-2007 (leave message). Catalog on request.

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 <guy@rarenewspapers.com>

ART GALLERY INVENTORY AND RAIL HANGING SYSTEM, over 1000 vintage European and American prints with website. Original oil paintings, sculpture pedestals, and misc. gallery equipment. Valued over $60,000, asking $10,000 OBO. Pick it up from Denver, CO. (720) 940-5963.

RAILROAD MEMORABILIA, cast-iron signs, baggage carts, misc. signs. Bruce Springstein LLC program, assorted antiques, and much more. (732) 431-1776, (732) 915-3699, Freehold, NJ.

SERVICES

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, <ecpardoe@yahoo.com>.

MICA SHEET SUPPLY AND LAMPSHADES, Repairs, Mica Sheet, and Art Lampshades. For free sample, send e-mail <merrittes@sbcglobal.net> or write T.E. Merritte, PO Box 101, Grover Beach, CA 93483. (626) 564-9100.

REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE: HISTORIC ELIZABETH PIERCE HOUSE WITH ATTACHED BARN bordering President Franklin Pierce Museum, Rt. 9, Hillsborough, NH. Formerly noted auctioneer Richard Withington’s antique shop. $199,000. Manning Williams (603) 478-3500.

WANTED

BANKS, BELL TOYS, and tin toys, mechanical and still, cast iron and tin. Collector and broker. Dr. “Z,” (248) 642-8129, 1350 Kirts #160, Troy, MI 48084-4800. (http://www.drzzeezzi.com).

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. <john@jfrinaldi.com> or (www.johnrinaldinautical.com)

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.

SEMINOLE INDIAN ITEMS: clothing, beadwork, weapons, photographs, silverwork, bandolier bags, etc. Keith Reeves, Box 1210, Winter Park, FL 32790. E-mail: <ISKR5@aol.com>. (407) 647-1706.

ANYTHING Aviation, women’s suffrage, prohibition, canceled checks and passports signed by famous people, outlaws, lawmen, gangsters, business, jail and hotel ledgers, and autographs of anyone in any profession. Tal Kanigher, 1847 No. Fairview St., Burbank, CA 91505

MOVIE POSTERS WANTED. Lobby cards, 1-sheets, window cards, glass slides. Highest prices paid. Dwight Cleveland, P.O. Box 10922, Chicago, IL 60610-0922. (773) 525-9152. Fax (773) 525-2969. E-mail: <posterboss@aol.com>

KLOPFER COLLECTION SEEKING RARE NUTMEG GRATERS. Include price & photo to NutmegGraters.Com, PO Box 777, East Longmeadow, MA 01028-0777; (860) 763-2675 / <jeklopfer@hotmail.com>. Educational website: (www.NutmegGraters.com/index.html).

WORLD’S FAIR AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION SOUVENIRS from all fairs 1851 thru 1964. Send pictures and descriptions to <sell@worldsfairauction.com> or call Andy (904) 825-1723.

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, (800) 575-8150.


Originally published in the October 2018 issue of Maine Antique Digest. © 2018 Maine Antique Digest