150 episodes

Antique Auction Forum, A Free Audio Podcast Show Bringing you audio interviews focusing on the full range of collecting antiques, art, decorative art as well as auctions and the history of it all. We will be talking with Auctioneers, Antique Dealers, Appraisers, Artists, Experts and Specialists, Historians, Curators, Avid Collectors, Show Promoters and more. We hope to provide information touching on all segments of the industry. We hope you find us entertaining and informational.

Antique Auction Forum Martin Willis

    • Arts
    • 4.7 • 21 Ratings

Antique Auction Forum, A Free Audio Podcast Show Bringing you audio interviews focusing on the full range of collecting antiques, art, decorative art as well as auctions and the history of it all. We will be talking with Auctioneers, Antique Dealers, Appraisers, Artists, Experts and Specialists, Historians, Curators, Avid Collectors, Show Promoters and more. We hope to provide information touching on all segments of the industry. We hope you find us entertaining and informational.

    197. Dan Carlin (replay)

    197. Dan Carlin (replay)

    2010 interview with HARDCORE HISTORY’S Dan Carlin, a fascinating guest who’s podcast still holds up after 11 years. Dan talks about prep for his shows, the predictable things that happen when you reflect on history and much more.…

    • 35 min
    196. Art Guard Bill Anderson

    196. Art Guard Bill Anderson

    Founder of Art Guard, Bill Anderson discusses the art theft market, as well as Art Guard’s system which is dedicated to protecting anything that’s valuable and portable. A system that is always on, operating discreetly in the background, managed from anywhere on a mobile device.…

    • 28 min
    195. Adam Zimmerman, New York Antiques Dealer

    195. Adam Zimmerman, New York Antiques Dealer

    Adam discusses the antiques business today in the New York City surroundings, an area of exodus, the merchandise available and how to handle things as a buyer and seller in a COVID restricted environment. Check out his website: Syl-Lee Antiques…

    • 23 min
    194. Stephen Schofield on Coins & Stamps

    194. Stephen Schofield on Coins & Stamps

    Martin Willis interviews longtime friend Stephen Schofield on coins and stamps, and how rare are rare coins? What about collecting stamps? What to do for more information about what dad or grandad may have stashed away. Who to trust and what the importance is of condition and care for these historic pieces passing through our lives. For images and info check out his auction website: http://www.centennialauctions.com/…

    • 52 min
    193. Maine Artist, David Vickery

    193. Maine Artist, David Vickery

    One of Maine’s noted artists, David Vickery discusses his path on becoming an artist by first looking through a camera lens, what challenges him and what inspires him. Check out his Varieties of Maine Realism at: http://www.dvickery.com/

    https://www.dowlingwalsh.com/artists/david-vickery…

    • 32 min
    192. Brimfield ONLINE

    192. Brimfield ONLINE

    Martin Willis speaks with Mike Lord & Justin Nash who decided that they were not going to let one of the country’s largest antiques shows not happen during the virus, so they created an online event to rival the experience of being there. Gates open May 12, 10:00 AM EDT.

    #Feelthebrim

    https://feelthebrim.com/

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/BrimfieldOnline/…

    • 25 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

DaveIsNotHere ,

Antiques! New guests/ topics each week.

It’s a worthwhile podcast if you love or even have an interest in antiques. Very informative and good guests make for an entertaining time. I have listened to many more then once...

CharlieHustle16 ,

Awesome

I found Martin on his other podcast while fixing and working on antique furniture while living in Nashville in 2013. Now I’m back home in CA and about to open my first antique booth. Keep it up Martin, you’re good, man.

lovethepddcast ,

Great!!

Love the podcast!! Glad to see you back! Keep up the good work!