How to open and operate a home-based antiques business: an unabridged guide
Antiques are hotter than ever among people with discretionary income, and this book provides all the necessary information for people wanting to sell to those who buy. Updates to this edition include a new section on cleaning and polishing antiques -- from removing liquid rings on furniture to cleaning paintings -- and many new sidebars, with hints throughout the text.
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