Well of Course You Do…
(By the way this Antique Trade Sign sold for $2,808.00 By Northeast Auctions)
We are having a contest and giving away a one month subscription to Prices 4 Antiques.Com
Of course there is a little catch. In order to qualify for our contest we would so like for you to sign up for our Fine Estate Sales Newsletter. It’s easy, it’s fun, and well – it’s also highly informative.
There is really very little on the web that compares to this site. I ain’t really trying to sell you anything here. I mean sure, I do have stuff to sell, and I do sell products, but you don’t have to buy anything to visit here.
We are going to be, like the Crown of Estate Sales and Antiques Websites…
(Antique Silver Torah Sold By Skinner’s for $65,174.00)
I write as many as 3 articles about estate sales, antiques and collectibles, or about some fascinating Antique or Vintage kind of person each week. Every one of my articles contains links to various resources, most of which are free, that will immeasurably add to to your understanding of the topic our article is covering.
This site is interactive…
It’s not like a lot of other estate sales sites – Dead Ends. It’s not like Antiques and Collectibles sites where you have to be a member in order to comment, or add a link that will track back to your site. You do not have to be a member here, you don’t have to subscribe, you don’t have to do anything to enjoy this site – just visit, point and click and enjoy…
Our newsletter is just a semi weekly reminder that we are here, that there has been some fresh content added to our site. You will see from the Newsletter what exactly has been added and you will visit us here only if the article link seems interesting to you.
Currier and Ives Litho Offered By Early American History Auctions Est. $1,500 – $2,000.00)
I won’t bombard you, or take you hostage with useless information or promotions we are having. The newsletter will only ever contain links to the article we publish. Never, Never, Never will we share your info with anyone, and never will we send more than one Newsletter a week. It just won’t happen.
That’s my promise, because, I like you, already feel a bit overwhelmed from time to time with how many emails I get.
The Beauty of Our Newsletter
Is first the content and the visuals, but also it’s that it is an opt-in, or opt-out system.
Don’t like it, don’t want it, or if we ever bore you to tears, you can easily and almost effortlessly drop us like a basket full of yesterday’s Beanie Babies.
Back to the Contest
On November 30th 2009 we will draw a name like a Magician Pulls a Rabbit out of a Hat
(This John Rogers Group Sold by Swann Galleries for $6,500.00)
That lucky some one will then be able to have complete access to the Prices 4 Antiques.Com data base, the rest of you will still have the benefit of this Fine Estate sales and Estate Liquidation site, with all that that entails…
OK Martin, I get it, how do I add my name to the Magician’s Bunny Hat…?
(President Ulysses Grants Top Hat Sold By Heritage Auction Galleries for $20,315.00)
Well that’s easy, all you have to do is add a comment on the Newsletter Confirmation Page.
Here’s the complete procedure:
- Go to the Fine Estate Sale Newsletter Page.
- Enter your name and email address.
- Because our newsletter is an opt-in system, once you do this you will get a confirmation email.
- In the email will be a link, click on the link and this will confirm that you wanted to be added to our Newsletter List.
- Once you click on that link, you will automatically be redirected back to our site where we will say Thank You.
- It is on that thank you page, which we call our Newsletter Confirmation Page, that you can leave a comment.
Please leave a comment on that confirmation page, because only people who leave a comment there, will be eligible to be part of our contest.
And then on November 30th, 2009 I will draw a name out of a far simpler, and less expensive, but none the less magical hat.
OH, and by the way…
Maybe you don’t want to wait to see if you are our big winner. Maybe you want to test drive Prices 4 Antiques.Com’s research capabilities now, but you’re thinking, you would do so, but not at full price…
Well You’re in Luck…
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