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Double Your Money in Antiques

by George Grotz

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Grotz, makes this seem so easy, when in fact it is work, even when its a hobby. So, you have to really love hunting for old things, because if you don't , you'll run into the shady types with bad attitudes and really uptight. However as a side line business it can most definately be profitable, fun and if you gain a little knowledge you'll be light years away from the crowd.

Double Your Money is a good starter book, but make sure you read other publications and seek the advice of some who have been in the field for a while
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Popular antiques expert George Grotz reveals how to make real money in the antiques trade--must reading for every collector, auction-goer, and flea-market fanatic.

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