How to find antiques for sale at auction

By DAVID BELLER Associated PressAn antique refrigerator is seen on display in this photo illustration taken on February 16, 2020, in Los Angeles.

Antiques dealers in Los Angels are hoping to sell a vast cache of items that date from the 1880s and 1890s that are worth more than $1 billion.

Antiques dealers and collectors said the auction is an opportunity to turn a profit by offering a rare, often unsold item.

Antiques and collectibles dealers say that if they get the money, they could be the first to sell the items.

“We are getting a lot of calls from people who have a great interest in the history of the United States, who are not aware of it or know little about it,” said Rick Lohmann, owner of the California Antiques and Collectibles Center.

“This is going to be a huge market opportunity for us.”

Lohmann said he has been selling items since 1990.

He and others say they plan to sell up to 30 items, some of them antique furniture.

They will use a variety of methods to sell these items.

The auction could take place in a warehouse or a warehouse space.

Lohman said he plans to auction some of his antique items in Los Angles on Saturday, April 19, 2020.

Luhmann said the auctions will be held at a warehouse on the west side of the city.

“It’s like a little town.

It’s just one of those places that’s not as crowded,” he said.

Lihmann said that in the early 1900s, he was a small-time dealer, and that he had to use a lot to make a living.

He said he made a couple hundred dollars a year.

But in the late ’80s and early ’90s, Lohman’s interest in antique furniture began to wane.

His interest in antiques began to die away.

He said he is still trying to sell his antiques.

“I am just trying to keep it in the family.

My wife and kids are very happy with them,” Lohmen said.

“I am hoping to get a few of them back.”

Lohnmann said his family is extremely appreciative of his interest in restoring his family home.

Lohnman said the items are mostly items he has owned for years.

“Some of them are in great condition.

A lot of them were bought in the ’80th century and have a lot more life to them than anything I have ever had,” Lohnman added.

Lillerman said he expects to sell several items, including a chair, a piano, a desk and a book.

Lily Dutton, owner and operator of the Los Angeles Antiques, Collectibles and Restoration Center, said she plans to sell one of her antique items.

She said her collection of antiques includes furniture, clocks, clocks and jewelry.

Lilly Dutton said she will auction off a few items of her own, including her old chair, but she said she does not plan to take her items off the auction block.

Lilley Dutton will sell her old, worn out chair, said Dutton.

Lacey F. Tippetts, owner-operator of the Lillie Dutton Antiques & Collectibles Museum, said her collections include pieces from the 1820s to the 1930s.

She said her museum has a collection of more than 600 pieces of antique furniture and an extensive collection of vintage antiques including porcelain plates, porcelains, clocks.

The Lillies are looking for donations for their antiques and antiques restoration work.

Lacey F Tippets said she is not taking her collection off the market.

The museum said the collection is worth about $1 million.

Littles Antiques in Orange County, which is located about 20 miles (32 kilometers) northwest of Los Angeles, plans to hold a private auction for the items on Monday, April 14.

The museum is offering a $250 donation per item.