Carter’s published a 32-year price guide on 20th century art, antiques, collectibles, and design, including items dating back to 1500 BC. C. Until now, the price is between US$5 and more than US$1 million. The last price guide printed was produced in 2010, and since that year Carter switched to digital publishing on the Internet. Their online price guide contains more than 300,000 products, which is approximately 25 times the printed price guide. Carter’s guide price is based on the actual sales price. Keep in mind that due to various factors, the prices of antiques and collectibles can vary greatly. Remember, this website is a price guide, not an online antiques and collectibles market. Before being published on this website, the items it contains will be photographed within a month to a few years.
Why are the prices of Carter’s two similar products different?
Unlike supermarkets, the pricing of antiques or collectibles is not accurate, and the prices of two similar products are often different. Prices are affected by many factors, such as the location where the item is bought and sold (privately, through auction, import, etc.), the merchant or auctioneer’s knowledge of the goods being sold, and the geographic area where the merchant or seller is located. The location of the auctioneer and the type of merchandise that the merchant or auctioneer is good at. The price displayed when the product is added to Carter’s database is correct, but since their database covers many years, the price displayed on the product may be different from the current price.
Can Carter’s website provide an estimate of an item?
Sorry, Carter can’t provide an estimate, they can only estimate the value of the product they already know deeply. They cannot reply to emails that require feedback. If you have an item that needs to be valued, we recommend that you contact a dealer or auction house in your area.
What did Carter’s Biedermeier mention?
The Biedermeier referred to by Carter was a period between 1815 and 1848, between war and revolution. This period is not named after royal figures, nor is it a genius designer or a genius personal furniture manufacturer. The name was created after that period passed. Although there was almost no melancholy of personal freedom or freedom of speech during Biedermeier’s time, the bourgeois interiors were rich in color. Therefore, Biedermeier antiques actually refer to antiques produced during that period.
How much does it cost to subscribe to Carter’s newsletter?
Carter’s newsletter subscription is charged in Australian dollars, where applicable, your credit card provider will convert it to your local currency at the current exchange rate and include it on your credit card statement in your local currency . They will not renew automatically, but will contact you before the expiration date, and you can choose to renew as needed.
Does Carter’s have a specialty store?
Yes. Carter’s now has specials. You can enjoy the most discounts with coupons. Discounts provide people with a great opportunity to get what they want at a favorable price. It’s worth it. At the same time, their products are of high quality and practicality. You will never regret buying them!
Can I combine Carter’s coupons?
No, although Carter Coupon cannot be stacked, the price is different. The price of the product you ultimately buy determines the strength of the discount code. The higher the price, the more discounts you get, and the cartel will always understand your consumer psychology.
Why don’t Carter coupons work?
Under normal circumstances, the reason that the coupon is not useful is that the time period that can be used is exceeded, that is, the coupon code has expired. You can find out by checking Carter’s coupon usage rules.