Garden City, New York (PressExposure) July 11, 2009 -- See what fellow collectors were looking for in May 2009. Kovels.com today released its latest list of the most searched-for antiques and collectibles. Occupied Japan remains on top, proving that Kovels.com is one of the web's best sources for Occupied Japan collectibles prices.
Hundreds of thousands of searches take place each month on Kovels.com. With 700,000+ antiques and collectibles in its online price guide, Kovels.com is the Web's largest price guide for antiques and collectibles.
1. Occupied Japan 2. Jewelry 3. Silver Plate 4. Capo-Di-Monte 5. Furniture 6. Stove 7. Josef Originals 8. Coca-Cola 9. Lladro 10. Bossons - new to list 11. Royal Bayreuth 12. McCoy 13. Milk Glass 14. Royal Copley 15. Copeland Spode 16. Lighter 17. Bavaria 18. World War II 19. Cookie Jar 20. Bicycle
New to the Kovels' Top Twenty list this month is Bossons. W.H. Bossons, Ltd., operated in Congleton, England from 1946 to 1996. Collectors have been on the hunt for information and prices on their character wall masks (heads), plaques, figurines and other decorative pieces.
People use price guides for a number of reasons, usually to determine the value of an item that they own. If an item isn't listed in the top 20, it doesn't mean it is unpopular or that there isn't a demand for it. It only means that in May there was less interest in finding prices for that item.
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Terry Kovel, with her husband Ralph, has written for collectors for five decades. The New York Times wrote, "The Kovels published guides to antiques and collectibles are considered the bibles of the fieldâ¦they focused overwhelmingly on ordinary things for ordinary collectors, the artifactsâ¦of everyday American life." The Kovels are authors of more than 98 books about collecting, including the annual "Kovels' Antiques and Collectibles Price Guide." It has 2,500 color pictures and 42,000 prices. The book is available at Kovels.com, bookstores, and Black Dog and Leventhal Publishers. The syndicated newspaper column is featured in over 150 print newspapers and many online sites. They appeared in almost 100 weekly episodes of their HGTV program "Flea Market Finds with the Kovels." Since Ralph's death in 2008, Terry has continued to write, research, and publish with her daughter, Kim Kovel. Their website, Kovels.com, gives free access to over 700,000 prices, a FREE weekly ezine and blog with the latest news, and much other information for collectors.