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As we discover informative articles about the ins and outs of collecting R Lalique, we'll publish or link to them here. These articles are intended to better educate a collector of R Lalique by providing information not readily available, or by pointing out information an R Lalique collector might not have considered. Some of these articles will be of general interest to all collectors of antiques, vintage items and collectibles, as well as to all auction buyers. We'll point to any additions to this page with posts in the Articles of Interest to Collectors category of tne Blog, where you can respond to article posts with your comments.

Fooled By Fakes: Buyer Beware! Rene Lalique Art Glass By Anita Stratos

Fake Lalique Car MascotThe Antiques & Auction News Newspaper, "The Most Widely Read Collector's Newspaper In The East", is doing a series of articles on fakes in various collecting fields. They are now running a great article by freelance author Anita Stratos in their October 16th, 2009 edition surveying the subject of R Lalique fakes and other problematic pieces being sold to collectors. This article is very informative and uses as reference material information from our site and from one of our Rene Lalique experts. Here is a link to the article: Fooled By Fakes: Buyer Beware! Rene Lalique Art Glass. This article is Copyright 2009 by the author Anita Stratos and is reprinted with her kind and generous permission.

 

Federal Trade Commission Establishes Buying Guidelines for Antiques

On April 30, 2008 the FTC published a consumer alert concerning buying Antiques. Most of the information is of a general nature, but is a good start to help you protect and educate yourself. and to avoid some of the problems that can come up with items you purchase. Here is a link to a PDF file of the Alert which you can save on your own computer, and also a link to the Alert on the FTC web site.

Auction Law and Ethics: Goliath Meets King Kong

Goliath For Bid Rigging ArticleKing Kong For RLalique Bid Rigging ArticleThe Maine Antique Digest is running a series on bid rigging at auctions written by Mr. Steve Proffitt, a lawyer knowledgeable in auction law who writes a regular column for them on Auction Law and Ethics. This series is very informative and anyone that bids on, or sells items at auctions might want to take a look at the articles in the series. Here is a link to the first article in the bid rigging series, the June 2008 article, titled Auction Law and Ethics: Goliath Meets King Kong. It's our intention to reprint all of these articles as they become available, so please check back for future installments. All articles in this series on Auction Law and Ethics are 2008 Copyright Maine Antique Digest and are reprinted with the assistance of the Maine Antique Digest and the generous permission of the author, Steve Proffitt.

 

Auction Law and Ethics: Call It What It Is

This is the second in a series of bid rigging articles written by Mr. Steve Proffitt, a lawyer knowledgeable in auction law, and who writes a regular column on Auction Law and Ethics for the Maine Antique Digest. Here is a link to this very informative July 2008 article titled Auction Law and Ethics: Call It What It Is. It's our intention to reprint all of these articles as they become available, so please check back for future installments. All articles in this series on Auction Law and Ethics are 2008 Copyright Maine Antique Digest and are reprinted with the assistance of of the Maine Antique Digest and the generous permission of the author, Steve Proffitt

Auction Law and Ethics: The Five W's For Stopping Bid Rigging

5 W's Graphic For Stopping Bid RiggingThis is the third in a series of bid rigging articles written by Mr. Steve Proffitt, a lawyer knowledgeable in auction law, and who writes a regular column on Auction Law and Ethics for the Maine Antique Digest. Here is a link to this very informative August 2008 article titled Auction Law and Ethics: The Five W's For Stopping Bid Rigging. It's our intention to reprint all of these articles as they become available, so please check back for future installments. All articles in this series on Auction Law and Ethics are 2008 Copyright Maine Antique Digest and are reprinted with the assistance of the Maine Antique Digest and the generous permission of the author, Steve Proffitt

Auction Law and Ethics: Sleep Well

This is a follow to the three part series on bid rigging articles written by Mr. Steve Proffitt, a lawyer knowledgeable in auction law, and who writes a regular column on Auction Law and Ethics for the Maine Antique Digest. Here is a link to this very informative September 2008 article titled Auction Law and Ethics: Sleep Well. It's our intention to reprint further articles as they become available, so please check back for future installments. All articles in this series on Auction Law and Ethics are 2008 Copyright Maine Antique Digest and are reprinted with the assistance of the Maine Antique Digest and the generous permission of the author, Steve Proffitt

Auction Law and Ethics: The $64,000 Question

64000_ticket_r_laliqueArticle number 5 in a series on bid rigging written by Mr. Steve Proffitt, a lawyer knowledgeable in auction law, and who writes a regular column on Auction Law and Ethics for the Maine Antique Digest. Here is a link to this very informative October 2008 article titled Auction Law and Ethics: The $64,000 Questionl. It's our intention to reprint further articles as they become available, so please check back for future installments. All articles in this series on Auction Law and Ethics are 2008 Copyright Maine Antique Digest and are reprinted with the assistance of the Maine Antique Digest and the generous permission of the author, Steve Proffitt


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