A “true antique” is one that has been worn for a certain amount of time and is still being used.
“You want to make sure that the headboard has a high degree of wear, because if the headboards have been sitting around for a long time, you’re not going to be able to restore it and it won’t look like the original,” said the auction house’s founder and president, Mark Hulme.
There are three major types of headboards in the world: antique, retro and modern.
The most common type of headboard is the “antique” headboard, which has an original design and was made in the 1920s or 1930s.
It can be a great piece to keep on your mantelpiece, but if it’s not a classic piece, you’ll be able do better with a modern one.
If you can’t find a true antique headboard that has worn over time, there are a few other options.
Modern headboards are much more durable than an antique one, but they may not be as functional.
Hulme suggests finding one that’s as simple as possible.
He recommends going to the local antique shop and asking about a few of their items and how much they’re going to cost.
Once you find one that you like, you can go ahead and buy it.
However, it’s a good idea to make an appointment to have it inspected.
For a retro piece, there’s a lot of history behind it.
“I’ve got a lot more information on the head board than a lot on the actual piece itself,” Hulmes said.
When you go to the auction site, you don’t have to worry about how much it’s going to sell for.
You’ll only be able tell how much you’re paying for the head.
After you’ve done your research, you need to go to your local antique store and see if they have any that are up to date.
They should have an older, more functional, older style of head board available.
While they may be a bit pricier, you may be able pay a bit more than the current prices to get a piece that you really love.
Check out the next section for more advice about buying an antique or retro headboard.