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Love art and antiques? The August Maine Antique Digest includes : 2016 Antiques Week at a Glance—Get ready for New Hampshire Antiques Week with our special section. D-Day Flag Brings $514,000—Collector buys an important symbol of freedom. Minnesota Dealer Pleads Guilty in Ivory Case—Smuggled ivory in and out of country. The GSA Goes after Another Painting—Ad Reinhardt artwork in private collection for 20 years pursued by GSA. Notre Dame Sued over Purportedly Stolen Collection—Leff heir seeks artworks back. The Collection of Joan Rivers—Exuberant buying for impeccable jewelry. The 60th Anniversary of the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum—Winter Antiques Show exhibit planned to jumpstart the celebration. The Scranton Sale—Prized antiques in a stunning setting. Shaker Sale—Carefully collected and preserved Shaker at Skinner. Randolph Street Market Festival: Opening Weekend 2016—Join the fun: Eat, browse, and buy in Chicago. The 2016 Brandywine Show—Rooted in tradition, this show blooms with change. Gold Rush and Beyond—Transitioning the Old West Show into something even better. Thumbs-up at Rhinebeck Show—This show should catch your eye. Betsey Telford-Goodwin, Rocky Mountain Quilts, York, Maine—Top-quality quilts, service, and expertise deliver the goods for quilt collectors. Letter from London—Beauty and brawn carved in marble and bronze, a red-haired girl, and a Meissen hot chocolate pot from a famed service. And much, much more.

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