This E-Book provides the information you need to start dealing in antiques.
Here is an exert from the opening paragraph.
Are you aware of all the money being made on eBay and other sites selling
antiques and collectibles? You can't help but notice. And maybe you were a
little envious or frustrated because they knew something you didn’t. Well
I'm here to tell you that these people were not born with any special
intrinsically knowledge of the antique and collectible trade. It's learned
behaviour as they say.
Go ask any person in the antique and collectible business if they have ever
been burned buying a reproduction (repro) and the first thing you'll notice
is a sheepish little grin start to emerge. Then ask them if they have ever
sold a reproduction and that grin will turn to an uncomfortable swallow.
Reproductions are the bane of the industry. Some are obvious fakes, others
are so good they can and do fool the experts. I thought it best to start
with this subject for a couple of reasons, to keep you from getting burned
and to keep you from inadvertently burning someone else.
Question: If these reproductions can fool even the experts how can a novice
have a chance? Ah, I'm glad you asked that question, grasshopper. The simple
answer is they are not all good reproductions. Only the most expensive items
in the trade are worthy of the time and effort it takes to make a good
reproduction. The rest of them are for the most part made in China and you
can tell it with a few exceptions.
If a person trades in the bread and butter items of the industry, he can,
using common sense and a basic understanding of a few things and avoid most
problems. This e-book will show you how.
Price only £2.99