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A Design Historian's Take on Why You Should Be Buying Antiques Now (Hint: Your Wallet Will Thank You)

There's been a lot of press about antiques lately, but not the stories we're so used to reading. It's not been news about record-setting prices or celebrity auctions; it's been articles about millennials' lack of interest in collecting. While dealers try to engage young collectors and museums court a youth that's interested in contemporary art, baby boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964) are left wondering what to do with all the belongings they've amassed, none of which the kids want (well, most kids, at least).
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