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- Thieves steal seven post boxes in 10 days from remote and rural areas of Suffolk
Seven post boxes have been stolen from remote and rural areas of Suffolk in around 10 days - with police believing they could be viewed as attractive for their resale value as antiques.
Sky News. Wednesday, 19 Jan 2022.
- Antique light bulb collectors: A brilliant obsession
Chad Shapiro will go to any length to obtain original examples of artificial lighting, including those created by Thomas Edison in the late 19th century. ...
CBS News. Sunday, 16 Jan 2022.
- Princeton Antiques Bookshop boasts 5 decades of rare books
From photographs and antiques
to stacks of books, the owners of Princeton Antiques
Bookshop curating a special collection of rare finds.
ABC News. Friday, 14 Jan 2022.
- VOA Asia - For some Chinese, Canada is home
Many find reasons to leave China. Afghan sheep herders. Currency changes and antique
timepieces. Slow moving supply chain. Unfolding space views. Top Oscar nominees. Jim Stevenson hosts VOA Asia.
Voice of America. Sunday, 2 Jan 2022.
- Met museum exhibit captures genius, influences of Walt Disney
At the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, scenes from "Beauty and the Beast" play next to antiques
that inspired some of Disney movies' most iconic scenes.
ABC News. Wednesday, 15 Dec 2021.
- Urban explorer finds abandoned Yorkshire farm full of 'left behind' antiques
Daniel Sims, 32, from Huddersfield, found the seemingly abandoned Yorkshire farm (pictured) filled with scattered ornaments and antiques, as well as everyday items left as they were.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 1 Dec 2021.
- Antique rifle thief gets a day in jail decades on from his museum heists
Thomas Gavin apologised "for all this trouble" from his antique
robberies in the 60s and 70s.
BBC News. Wednesday, 24 Nov 2021.
- Jesus College which accepted cash from a Beijing tech giant is accused of 'woke-washing'
Last month, in an apparent bid to 'right wrongs', the college returned an antique
'Benin bronze' to Nigeria that was looted more than 120 years ago by British forces.
Daily Mail. Sunday, 7 Nov 2021.
- 'Bittersweet outcome': Fugitive who stole antiques worth £100,000 sentenced in his absence
A fugitive has been sentenced for stealing £100,000 in antique
coins and artefacts - despite the fact that police are still looking for him.
Sky News. Tuesday, 26 Oct 2021.
- Which Historical Doll Will Be Crowned the Creepiest?
A Minnesota museum's third annual contest invites the public to vote on which of nine antique
toys is the most unsettling
Smithsonian. Wednesday, 20 Oct 2021.
- 1stDibs And RH Are Going To Square Off In The Lucrative Market For Antiques
In RH's most recent earnings call, Gary Friedman announced the pending launch of RH Antiques
& Artifacts. RH will be entering a market where 1stDibs has a 21-year running head start.
Forbes. Sunday, 19 Sep 2021.
- Only One Factory in North America Still Makes Washboards, and They Are Flying Off of Shelves
Sales of the antique
tools have boosted since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, with people wanting to avoid a trip to the laundromat
Smithsonian. Wednesday, 11 Nov 2020.
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