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MEDIUMS FOR THE SALE OF ANTIQUES The following auction galleries specialize in the sale of antiques: NEW YORK: 1 Kende Galleries (Gimbel Brothers), 119-121 West 57th Street 2 Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc, 980 Madison Avenue 3 Plaza Art and Auction Galleries, 9 East 59th St. 4 Savoy Art and Auction Galleries, 15 East 59th St. 5 Tobias Fischer and Company, 71 West 45th St. BOSTON: 6 Charles F. Hale and Son, Inc., 855 Commonwealth Ave. 7 N. M. Hatch, 163 Columbus Avenue Louis Joseph, Inc., 840 Commonwealth Avenue PHILADELPHIA: 8 Samuel T. Freeman and Company, 1808 Chestnut St. Philadelphia Art Gallery and Auction Rooms, 1924 Chestnut Street CHICAGO: [[checkmark]] Ostrander Galleries, 319 South Wabash Avenue Chicago Art Galleries, 52350 North Broadway The following collector's magazines provide information and accept advertising: The Magazine Antiques: 40 East 49th St., New York 17, N. Y. Cumulative indices are available in libraries where the magazine is filed. HOBBIES: 1006 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois American Antiques Journal: [[strikethrough]] Guide Publishing Co., 44 Public Square, Mt. Vernon, Ohio [[/strikethrough]] Westfield, New York The Spinning Wheel: Taneytown, Maryland
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