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Antique dealer Carol Hageness of Sunshine Treasures holds an 8 1/2-inch repousse style sterling bowl with gold wash, circa 1860s, that carries a price tag of $2,250. Photo by Karen Knapstein.

Enid Liess with the painting she purchased for $12.50 in the early 1960s, The Statesman, by Roy Lichtenstein. The artwork was auctioned on Dec. 4, 2010 for $128,700 at Quinn's Auction Galleries in Falls Church, Virginia. Image courtesy of Quinn's Auction Galleries.

If you cherished and maintained the same car for 63 years and you changed your own oil every 3,000 miles, how much money would you save? [A lot.] Margaret Dunning, a 102-year-old Michigan woman has been making headlines after her energetic appearance at a classic car show in Canton, Ohio. Dunning attended the show with her baby: a 1930 Packard 740 Roadster that she purchased in 1949 and restored to mint condition...

Ken Farmer (left) and Paul Quinn, partners in the new Charlottesville, Va.-based business known as Quinn & Farmer Auctions.

Marie Butchen, co-owner of Butchen Boys, Wantagh, N.Y., proudly displays a hardwood plane, perhaps lime oak, circa 1870, that was recently acquired in France. Such early tools were the lifeblood of French carpenters, thus the owner of this one had put his initials "C.Q.” in brass inlay.

Left to right: Audrey Slade, YIP chair; Patty Green, owner of Sisters Antiques; and Nate Perea, director of membership for the Issaquah Chamber. Credit Jeanne Gustafson

Munchi, right, and Dinsha Shroff are owners and founders of antique stores including the Royal Treasures Gallery in Dubai and the Ancestry in Mumbai. Courtesy Munchi and Dinsha Shroff

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Angela Greenberg owner of Cottage Garden Antiques of Gainesville, Ga., and her mother help one another at various antique shows. Angela defies the stereotype of the “dusty old man” antiques dealer.

Jerry Miller, a renowned decorator, has opened Golden Clam Antiques on the corner of Broadway and Mulberry streets in Lebanon.

Abby Michael, 8, and her grandmother, Lynn Cox, look over the thousands of antiques and collectables for sale at the Heart of Ohio Antique Mall. According to the two shoppers they try to visit Heart of Ohio every weekend.

Randolph Street Market Festival's Chicago Antique Market

Marc Ball, owner of The Gilded Lily in downtown Wenatchee, Wash.

Small fry shopper Cecil Hunt, 8 helps his brother Quinn, 4, ride a 1950s Davy Crocket horse offered by dealer Tom Svast of Griffith, Ind. The lads, from Taylorville, Ill., were chaperoned at the market by their father Brandon Hunt.

3rd Sunday Market in Bloomington, Ill.

3rd Sunday Market in Bloomington, Ill.

Auctioneer Leigh Keno with the Salem, Mass., card table, $347,200 ($50/100,000), that is attributed to Boston's foremost Federal cabinetmaker, Thomas Seymour. The painted decoration is thought to be by Joshua Holden working in the John Ritto Penniman shop. The table is from a suite of furniture that includes four chairs, one at Winterthur and one on loan to the New York State Museum. Inscribed "Eleanor Maria Doane 1841,” the Hamblin-Prior school portrait soared to $142,600 ($25/35,000).

This carved, joined and painted oak chest was discovered in an upstate New York house not far from where auctioneer Leigh Keno grew up. Attributed to the Deacon John Moore shop tradition of Windsor, Conn., it was made between 1675 and 1690. Estimated at $100/250,000, it sold by phone for $632,400.

Mariam Cameron, owner of Mariam's Memories at 10 S.W. Third St., chats with Raymore resident Bill Welborn, who stopped Wednesday to shop and swap stories.

Antiques Roadshow gets ready for the 2012 series of stopovers.

Collector Bill Triplett takes a breather in one of the garages housing some of his antiques. Triplett was featured last month in an episode of "American Pickers," a reality show on the History Channel that features people hunting down valuable items in garages and barns.

On Monday night's "Antiques Roadshow," the second of three Eugene,Ore., episodes, a guest brings in an early 20th-century Russian presentation sword, set with diamonds and engraved with the Cyrillic monogram of Czar Nicholas II.

Nell Key, co-owner of Dovetail Antiques in Liberty, winds the shop’s grandfather clocks. The store, which is located on the city’s Courthouse Square, features booths of antiques and collectibles from numerous dealers. Furniture, clocks, coins, old tools, glassware and jewelry are among the store’s merchandise.