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Antique Trader is a long-running weekly newspaper about antiques and collectibles. Published in Iola, Wisconsin, the publication includes articles on general antiques topics, auction reviews and antique-show reports.
Founded in 1957 by Babka Publishing Co., Antique Trader was solely an advertising newspaper connecting buyers and sellers of antique and collectible items. In 1972, under the editorial direction of antiques expert Kyle Husfloen, the publication added antique industry and collecting news. It later spun off a book line, including the annual Antique Trader Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide.
In 1992, Babka Publishing sold Antique Trader and its related entities to Landmark Communications, which, in turn, resold the titles to Krause Publications in 1999. The magazine took on the F+W Publications Inc. label after that company obtained Krause in 2002. F+W also operates the affiliated Atlantique City collectibles show, held twice annually in Atlantic City, N.J.
The publication includes regular columns from current editor Catherine Saunders-Watson and antique market specialists Husfloen, Sherry Minton, Jeff Vaughn, Mark Chervenka, Karla Klein Albertson, and former FBI prosecutor Attorney Robert E. Goldman.
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